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antagonistic

adjective Referring to any combination of two or more drugs which results in a therapeutic effect that is less than the sum of each drug’s effect.

antagonistic

adjective Referring to any combination of 2 or more drugs, which results in a therapeutic effect that is less than the sum of each drug's effect. Cf Additive, Synergism.
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Where m and n are the numbers of tested lichen samples and actinobacterial isolates with antagonistic activity, respectively; Tn is the number of target microorganisms to which the actinobacterial isolate is antagonistic.
Spore suspensions of antagonistic fungi were prepared by subculture each fungus on PDA then incubated for 15 days at 25+-2 oC in the dark then adding 5 ml of sterilized distilled water and 2 drops of tween 20 to each plate and scrap the surface with sterilized spatula to harvest the spores.
The midcostal region of the left hemidiaphragm with the phrenic nerve attached was removed and prepared for in vitro measurement of the antagonistic actions of neostigmine.
To protect plant from disease ones may directly apply antagonistic bacteria to soil (Gajbhiye et al.
Dual culture of non-phytopathogenic and phytopathogenic fungi was done to determine antagonistic relationship of fungi co occurring in crown rot of guava fruits.
One strain of each of the following Gramfoodborne pathogens was used for the evaluation of the antagonistic activity of LAB: VTEC O26 (VT1 producer), VTEC O157:H7 (VT1 + VT2 producer), Salmonella spp.
In whatever version, the basic idea of the doctrine is that although defendants indicted jointly for the same criminal transaction normally will be tried jointly, the trial court must try them separately if their defenses are so antagonistic that one or more defendant would suffer prejudice from a joint trial.
Since L-carnosine is mainly synthesized in the skeletal muscles of mammals, it is not unreasonable to postulate that L-carnosine is an endogenous factor controlling the blood pressure in a manner possibly antagonistic to the obesity-associated hypertensive effect of leptin.
absolutely" necessary that all stakeholders unite behind the national goal for STEM higher education) and are antagonistic to education research.
It entails a hard surface cleaning composition that contains a multiple emulsion system that is oil-in-water-in-oil type or water-in-oil-in-water type and at least two mutually incompatible or antagonistic active ingredients separated in the system by an oily or aqueous phase.
Washington, Aug 17 (ANI): Here's a reason for aggressive people to calm down - a new study has found that antagonistic people are at an increased risk of experiencing heart attack or stroke.
When it is known that protesters have weapon in their hands, engagement of citizens into alternative antagonistic mass events should be avoided, human rights activists and the Association of Civil Society Support Centers concluded.