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Synonyms for inhibition

Synonyms for inhibition

Synonyms for inhibition

(psychology) the conscious exclusion of unacceptable thoughts or desires

the quality of being inhibited

(physiology) the process whereby nerves can retard or prevent the functioning of an organ or part

the action of prohibiting or inhibiting or forbidding (or an instance thereof)

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The percentage inhibitions were calculated from the following formula:
Keywords: Pd(II) complexes, Benzohydrazides, Structure elucidation, Spectroscopy, Enzyme inhibition, Protein glycation
The diameter of the inhibition zone (mm) was measured.
From overall result, the inhibition zone of extracts against Gram-negative bacteria which are E.
caninum antibodies in humans, we used an inhibition ELI SA and analyzed the frequency distribution of the percentage inhibitions.
2, containing Tween 20 (PBS/Tween) with an inhibition ELISA developed in our laboratory and previously validated in cattle and dogs (6).
The second goal of my work is to report both the results of my long-term study of the neurophysiological basis of internal inhibition and certain literature data directly concerning these studies in order to provide experimental and theoretical evidence of the hyperpolarization theory of internal inhibition.
In our work, we pursued three lines of investigation: (a) studying the neurophysiological basis of internal inhibition by synchronous recording of slow potential oscillations (SPO), single-neuron activity and behavior of conscious animals during defensive conditioning and during elaboration of all types of internal inhibition, pointed out by I.
We calculated inhibitions as described above and defined the working range of the assay as the concentration of brevetoxins inhibiting between 20% and 80% of the signal.
Plotting the percent inhibition (100%-% B/Bo) generated inhibition curves against the log of the free brevetoxin concentration.
Wine dissolves behavioral inhibitions, but a biochemical inhibition may underlie some of red wine's benefits to the heart.
3% at mean inhibitions of TSH binding of 30%, 42%,and 71%,respectively (n = 28), and interassay CVs were 6.
Nothing is mentioned about the growing attacks on real or imagined Victorian inhibitions, as they developed around 1900.
Acetylcholinesterase and neuropathy target esterase inhibitions in neuroblastoma cells to distinguish organophosphorus compounds causing acute and delayed neurotoxicity.
com/research/0c5c99/enzyme_inhibition) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new report "Enzyme Inhibition in Drug Discovery and Development: The Good and the Bad" to their offering.
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