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in·hib·i·tor·y

(in-hib'i-tōr'ē),
Restraining; tending to inhibit.

inhibitory

/in·hib·i·to·ry/ (-tor″e) restraining or arresting any process; effecting a stay or arrest, partial or complete.

inhibitory

[inhib′itôr′ē]
Etymology: L, inhibere, to restrain
tending to stop or slow a process, such as a neuron that suppresses the intensity of a nerve impulse. Compare induce.

in·hib·i·tor·y

(in-hib'i-tōr-ē)
Restraining; tending to inhibit.

inhibitory

emanating from or pertaining to inhibition.

inhibitory factor growth hormone
a hypothalamic hormone released into the hypophyseal portal system.
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At least one reason for the anti- HIV effect of Rosa damascena extract might be its [alpha]-glucosidase inhibitory action.
They also found that erbin is only in these inhibitory neurons, called interneurons.
The digested samples were assayed for the inhibitory activity of angiotensin-converting enzyme and for changes in the systolic blood pressure caused in spontaneously hypertensive rats after gastric intubation.
However, glycyrrhizin and isoliquiritigenin at the non-cytotoxic concentrations failed to show any inhibitory effect.
Such data demonstrates inhibitory effects of 1-docosanol on an unrelated fat-containing virus known as respiratory syncytial virus in addition to the two different types of herpesviruses.
In another encouraging step, UCSF researchers reported May 2 that they found a way to reliably generate human MGE-like cells in the laboratory, and that, when transplanted into healthy mice, the cells similarly spun off functional inhibitory nerve cells.
Peumus boldus extract exhibited pronounced inhibitory activities on [alpha]-glucosidase (80% inhibition at 100 [micro]g/ml, [IC.
In the study of the Gladstone Institutes which was conducted in collaboration with researchers at UC San Francisco and published in the Journal of Neuroscience, scientists transplanted inhibitory neuron progenitors -- early-stage brain cells that have the capacity to develop into mature inhibitory neurons -- into two mouse models of Alzheimer's disease, apoE4 or apoE4 with accumulation of amyloid beta, another major contributor to Alzheimer's.
Researchers at Wayne State University have conducted preliminary research that suggests grape skin extract (GSE) may yield an inhibitory effect on hyperglycemia.
Massimo Scanziani, PhD said that neurons in our brain drive by pushing the brake and the accelerator at the same time, so this means that there is no stimulus that you can apply that will activate purely excitatory neurons or purely inhibitory ones.
We investigated the in vivo growth inhibitory effects of apigenin on androgen-sensitive human prostate carcinoma 22Rv1 tumor xenograft subcutaneously implanted in athymic male nude mice.