synergistic action


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synergistic action

The ability of a drug or muscle to aid or enhance the action or effect of another drug or muscle; opposite of antagonistic action.
See also: action
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Thus it can be seen that there is a synergistic action of PANI-DBSA and MWNT, and PANI-DBSA can make MWNT be exfoliated easily and improve its dispersion in PP/PANI/MWNT composites.
This multi-center, double-blinded, randomized controlled clinical trial, giving aspirin as the basic treatment, were designed to investigate the synergistic action of aspirin combined with sanchitongshu capsule in the treatment of patients with light and moderate ischemic stroke of anterior cerebral circulation in acute and subacute stages.
The compound is a novel tetrahydrofuran that exhibits high affinity and selectivity to sigma-1 receptors and synergistic action with muscarinic receptors.
Chief Scientific Officer of Excelimmune, added, "Excelimmune's HRPA technology is designed to fill the gap between monoclonal antibodies and IVIG therapeutics by harnessing the synergistic action of multiple antibodies using a production process that overcomes the inherent supply and safety limitations of blood-derived immunoglobulin products.
ANAVEX 2-73 is a novel tetrahydrofuran that exhibits high affinity and selectivity to sigma-1 receptors and synergistic action with muscarinic receptors.
This study reports disease progression as probably being due to the synergistic action of highly intricate networks; and procaine's neuroprotective effect is probably the result of the synergistic effect on different mechanisms of action at the same time.
The objective of this study was to investigate the neurophar-macological effect of the extracts from Suanzaoren and Danshen and compare the effect of different extract combinations in mice, in order to identify the active fraction(s), as well as determine the synergistic action of the different extracts and their preferable combination(s).
The results of the mouse study were unexpected and surprising, pointing to a synergistic action when multiple natural molecules are employed.
Therefore, Cell Pathways researchers reasoned that the combination of exisulind with other chemoprevention agents or standard cytotoxic chemotherapy agents that increased growth inhibition should have an additive or synergistic action.
24 indicating a more pronounced synergistic action between 7-MJ and INH versus 7-MJ and RMP.