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in·hib·it

(in-hib'it),
To curb or restrain.

inhibit

(ĭn-hĭb′ĭt)
v.
1. To hold back; restrain.
2. To suppress or restrain a behavioral process, an impulse, or a desire consciously or unconsciously.
3. To decrease, limit, or block the action or function of something in the body, as an enzyme or organ.

in·hib′i·to′ry (-tôr′ē) adj.

INHIBIT

Cardiology A clinical trial–INtimal Hyperplasia Inhibition with Beta In-stent Trial

in·hib·it

(in-hib'it)
To curb or restrain.
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We further determined whether or not the Cu- and V-induced activation of ERK1/2 and p38 was inhibitable by losartan.
The induction of a neural-specific gene, SCG10, by NGF in PC12 cells is transcriptional, protein synthesis dependent, and glucocorticoid inhibitable. Dev Biol 1988;127:316-25.
Semmling et al., "Steady-state cross-presentation of OVA is mannose receptor-dependent but inhibitable by collagen fragments," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
As can be seen in Figure 2(c), both [NAD.sup.+]- and [FAD.sup.+]-linked respiratory activities were completely inhibitable by oligomycin (complex V), rotenone (complex I), and Antimycin A (complex III) which demonstrate the presence of viable mitochondria within the prepared synaptosomes.
ESBL E- test (CAZ/CAZ+clav) (AB Biodisk, Sweden) was also performed according to manufacturer's instructions to confirm the presence of clavulanic acid inhibitable ESBLs (16).
Although our hypothesis proposes that inhibitable NOS activity is involved in regulating metamorphosis in competent larvae of C.
Sher, "The microbicidal activity of interferon-y-treated macrophages against Trypanosoma cruzi involves an Larginine-dependent, nitrogen oxide-mediated mechanism inhibitable by interleukin-10 and transforming growth factor-[beta]," European Journal of Immunology, vol.
Cytokine production by residual oil fly ash--stimulated macrophages was inhibitable by antioxidant, suggesting that oxidant production and cytokine production were related (Goldsmith et al.
The percentage of inhibition of [Na.sup.+],[K.sup.+]-ATPase activity represents the proportion of ouabain-sensitive ATPase activity that is inhibitable by either OLF or Dh-OLF.