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po·ten·ti·a·tor

(pō-ten'shē-ā-tŏr, -tōr),
In chemotherapy, a drug used in combination with other drugs to produce deliberate potentiation.
Any factor that amplifies another factor—e.g., stress, chronic illness, etc.—and lowers the threshold for suicide completion
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RPL554-induced CFTR activity was further increased by the CFTR potentiator Kalydeco (ivacaftor, VX770) suggesting additional potential benefit by the drug combination.
A CFTR potentiator in patients with cystic fibrosis and the G551D mutation.
Synereca's lead program will combine a potentiator with Colistin (polymyxin E, colistimethate sodium) for the treatment of serious hospital-associated infections caused by resistant Gram-Negative bacteria, a $2.
Potentiator GLPG1837 is expected to start Phase 1 in 2014.
Ivacaftor, known as a CFTR potentiator, keeps the CFTR protein channels on the cell surface open longer to increase the flow of salt and water into and out of the cell.
Alcohol itself is a known potentiator of iron absorption (Olynyk 2005) though to what extent this relationship exists is unknown.
The Vertex drug, taken orally twice a day, is a CFTR potentiator.
PCR targets included a 16S rDNA segment and a macrophage infectivity potentiator (mip) gene fragment of L.
The most accurate identification of species can be obtained by sequence analysis of the macrophage infectivity potentiator (mip) gene (14).
VX-770: Phase 3 Registration Program Ongoing Three trials of the novel CFTR potentiator VX-770 are ongoing as part of a global Phase 3 registration program focused on patients with the G551D mutation.
Humans have been using soy in conjunction with traditional chemotherapy for some time as a chemo potentiator," said Suter.
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