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in·hib·i·tor·y

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

in·hib·i·tor·y

(in-hib'i-tōr-ē)
Restraining; tending to inhibit.
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They were also positive for GABA and other markers of specialized subclasses of inhibitory interneurons, which was the goal.
Ribic likens inhibitory neurons to a dial controlling when brain plasticity can occur.
Conrod found the evidence of a neurotoxic effect of cannabis use on inhibitory control to be of particular concern because in earlier studies she established that impaired inhibitory control is a strong independent risk factor for subsequent substance use disorders.
Table 2 Inhibitory zone interpretation by Clinical Laboratory and Standards Institute.
Caption: A cross-section of a mouse spinal cord, stained two different ways, showing increased expression of KCC2 in inhibitory neurons.
The probiotic strain count, physicochemical parameters such as pH, color and taste and angiotensin-I-converting enzyme inhibitory activity during fermentation were measured.
(1) Inhibitory activity The degree to which a compound binds to a protein thought to cause a specific disease indication and inhibits the function of the protein.
You can think of inhibitory interneurons as orchestra conductors.
To date, no data have been published on the inhibitory effects of MR extract and its constituents on rat lens AR (RLAR), AGEs, and 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) radical scavenging regulation.
Objectives: The aim of this study was to investigate the immediate effects of facilitatory and inhibitory kinesiotaping on motor neuron excitability.