alleviative


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Synonyms for alleviative

moderating pain or sorrow by making it easier to bear

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NLRP3 was the first reported inflammasome to protect against microbion-driven colitis, and NLRP3-deficient mice had increased susceptibility to experimental colitis, whereas in another study, mice lacking NLRP3 exhibited alleviative colitis severity [111].
Alleviative effect of quercetin on germ cells intoxicated by 3-methyl-4-nitrophenol from diesel exhaust particles.
Developing countries are looking for ways to make their law responsive to and alleviative of poverty, inequality, and past injustices of exclusion from economic life.
"Allay is a product range that uses the naturally alleviative properties of the marijuana root to relieve persistent symptoms of stress, sickness, and pain.
However, exogenous application of all the (0, 100 mgL-1 and 200 mgL-1) concentrations of salicylic acid and ascorbic acid applied by either mode had a significant drought stress alleviative effects and increased the values of all the attributes, whereas, non significant increase was noted for phosphorus contents.
Negative relation of secondary metabolites with H2O2 and membrane permeability indicated their alleviative role against
Moreover drought stress alleviative effects due to salicylic acid were higher compared to ascorbic acid.
Therefore, some neural plasticity induced by chronic treatment under stressful conditions may be involved in the alleviative effects of yokukansan found in the present study.
He was also advised to use preventively aseptic and antiseptic preparations in daily mouth hygiene (0.12% chlorhexidine-gluconate solution) as well as alleviative and protective preparations (lukewarm herbal infusions made of mallow, flaxseed, and chamomile).