revulsant

revulsant

(rĭ-vŭl′sănt) [L. revulsio, pulling back]
1. Causing transfer of disease or blood from one part of the body to another.
2. A counterirritant that increases blood flow to an inflamed part.

revulsant

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The medium was then removed and 150 [micro]l DMEM containing FBS was added to the TGF-[beta]l revulsant (final concentration adjusted to 6 ng/ml) with increasing stepwise concentrations of PR (50, 100, 200 nM), TGF-[beta]I specific inhibitor SB-431542 (100 nM) (Sigma, USA) and a blank control.