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stimulatory

/stim·u·la·to·ry/ (-lah-tor″e) capable of stimulating or causing stimulation.
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Stimulatory responses are not always beneficial, and some may be harmful.
most of the suppressor macrophages underwent apoptosis, or cellular suicide, while the stimulatory ones survived unaffected.
In order to do the same, dendritic cells need TLR2, since zymosan also activates another receptor called dectin-1, which sends out stimulatory signals.
Most of the Ya-hom recipes are composed of both cardiovascular stimulatory and inhibitory herbal medicines.
From my discussions here I am aware that Japan is considering a further stimulatory package and there are questions about the nature of that stimulatory package,'' he said.
Meanwhile, the other discoverer, Giorgio Trinchieri of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in Philadelphia, had dubbed it "natural killer cell stimulatory factor.
The risk of further deterioration, coupled with lower export commodity prices and benign inflation means 'it remains appropriate for monetary policy to remain stimulatory, with the OCR being held at 2.
AiG chief executive Heather Ridout said that while the result was "encouraging", the big question going forward "whether these improvements will be sustained once [fiscal] stimulatory forces have abated.
PKC inhibitor (bisindolylmaleimide) blocked the stimulatory effects of NT, EGF and 5-HETE on DNA synthesis.
The OCR has now been reduced 525 basis points in little more than six months, taking interest rates to very stimulatory levels.
The report said: "As inflationary pressures appear to have contributed to the eroding of Ireland's competitiveness, the Government needs to ensure that it does not add to the problem through an overly stimulatory use of the public finances.
Both stimulatory and suppressive effects of corticosteroids on the immune system, metabolism, and other hormones have been described (29).