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increase the effect of or act synergistically with (a drug or a physiological or biochemical phenomenon)

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While the names may look familiar to the trained eye, each ingredient contained in this formulation has been carefully selected for its purity and ability to potentiate with all the other ingredients.
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In this article I will focus on how hypnosis has been effectively utilized to enhance performance of functional ability, increase self-esteem, and potentiate brief psychotherapy for adjustment difficulties to injuries and disabilities through the use of case examples.
However, only few studies have investigated antibodies as potential EP-blocking-agents that may potentiate antimicrobial sensitivity in XDR bacteria.
Researchers from University Hospital Gentofte in Copenhagen, Manchester University, Brighton and Sussex Medical School and Dundee University hypothesised that weakening of the physical barrier in FLG-deficient individuals may potentiate the effect of environmental exposures relating to the development of eczema.
As a result, GD showed >90% cell growth reduction at the concentration of 240lg/mL--GD presented even greater effect when combined with vitamin C, reconfirming the fact that vitamin C would act synergistically with this fraction to potentiate its bioactivity.
2]S fast enough, and in a sufficient concentration, to potentiate 5HT-induced muscle contraction; these experiments were carried out in aerated ASW, again at 10[degrees]C.
Copper is also thought to potentiate anti-inflammatory activity in the body.
Given together, aspirin and the low-molecular-weight heparin appear to potentiate each other.
Intestinal mucosal compromise may potentiate translocation of C.
PG490-88Na appeared in those preclinical studies to have direct anti-cancer effects, and to potentiate effects of commonly prescribed chemotherapy drugs such as 5-FU, Camptosar (irinotecan) and Taxol (paclitaxel).
Alkaline refluxate can potentiate acidic damage, and it can cause its own damage to the esophagus and airway.
Effects of CCh pretreatment on CT-induced secretion in rat ileal mucosa: Initial studies suggested that CCh was unable to potentiate any CT response in the rat intestine in vitro.