inhibitor

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  • noun

Antonyms for inhibitor

a substance that retards or stops an activity

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Sexual dysfunction and anorgasmia are rarely observed due to carbonic anhydrase inhibitors (5,7,8).
Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors reduce IOP by decreasing aqueous production.
In primary cough headache, treatment strategies include drugs such as indomethacin, carbonic anhydrase inhibitors and procedures that may lower intracranial pressure.
Generic carbonic anhydrase inhibitors became available from October 2008 80
Sales of TRUSOPT, the first carbonic anhydrase inhibitor made in a topical (eyedrop) formulation, have proceeded at a strong pace since it was first introduced in the United States in May 1995.
Sales of TRUSOPT (R), the first carbonic anhydrase inhibitor made in a topical (eyedrop) formulation, have proceeded at a strong pace since it was first introduced in the United States in May 1995.
TRUSOPT, the first carbonic anhydrase inhibitor made in a topical (eyedrop) formulation, now is the most widely prescribed anti-glaucoma medicine in the United States.
Merck introduced Trusopt (R), the first carbonic anhydrase inhibitor made in a topical (eyedrop) formulation, in the United States in May 1995.
Merck launched Trusopt (R), the first carbonic anhydrase inhibitor made in a topical (eyedrop) formulation, in the United States in mid-May.
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