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potentiate

(pə-tĕn′shē-āt′)
tr.v. potenti·ated, potenti·ating, potenti·ates
To make (something, especially a drug or a metabolic or chemical reaction) effective or more effective.

po·ten′ti·a′tion n.

potentiate

[pōten′shē·āt]
to increase the strength or degree of activity of something.

potentiate

(pō-tĕn′shē-āt)
To increase the potency or action.
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Enzyme potentiated hyposensitization III: Control by sugars and diols of the immunological effect of beta-glucuronidase in mice and patients with hay fever.
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Enzyme potentiated hyposensitization V: Five case reports of patients with acute food allergy.
A double-blind controlled trial of enzyme potentiated hyposensitization for the treatment of ulcerative colitis.
Preliminary studies with enzyme potentiated desensitization in canine atopic dermatitis.
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These in vitro results were consistent with in vivo results in which arsenite potentiated the hypertensive effect of phenylephrine.
As shown in Figure 2, treatment with arsenate (pentavalent inorganic arsenic) also potentiated phenylephrine-induced contraction, whereas MM[A.
2+] increase in aortic strips revealed that arsenite potentiated the magnitude of contraction without concomitant increase in [Ca.
In our in vivo study, arsenite treatment potentiated the hypertensive effect of phenylephrine in rats.
In adults the effects of PQ are potentiated by MB at least partly through a toxicokinetic interaction in which the levels of PQ in brain are increased and the rate of elimination from brain is decreased by co-administration with MB, effects that may be related to an inhibition of efflux transport of PQ by MB (Barlow et al.
This research also found that Maxamine and IL-2 strongly potentiated the inhibition of prostate cancer growth induced by local irradiation.