residual inhibition

re·sid·u·al in·hi·bi·tion

the temporary inhibition or suppression of tinnitus by use of a sound-generating device (residual inhibitor) that masks the sounds of tinnitus and produces a residual sound-inhibiting effect when the device is turned off.
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Addition of specific "PCR enhancers" or "PCR inhibition suppressor" reagents such as bovine serum albumin (BSA) or betaine can also help overcome any residual inhibition downstream of extraction.
This is due to the fact that the residual inhibition of the distractor must be overcome before the relevant response can be produced.
AM500 and 500I provide residual inhibition of microorganisms responsible for odor, deterioration, and discoloration.