antiderivative

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antiderivative

[¦an·tē·di¦riv·əd·iv]
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125) The anticlassification principle is also known as the "antidiscrimination" principle, see supra note 122; see also Paul Brest, supra note 122, at 1 (defining the antidiscrimination principle as "the general principle disfavoring classifications and other decisions and practices that depend on the race (or ethnic origin) [or other forbidden traits] of the parties affected"), or the "antidifferentiation" principle, see Sunstein, supra note 122, at 2439-40 (asserting that "[t]he anticaste principle was transformed into an antidifferentiation principle," shifting the focus from "the elimination of second-class citizenship" to "whether people who were similarly situated had been treated similarly").
Curcumin exerts antidifferentiation effect through AMPKalpha-PPAR-gamma in 3T3-L1 adipocytes and antiproliferatory effect through AMPKalpha-COX-2 in cancer cells.
1003, 1003 (1986) (advocating a move from antidifferentiation to antisubordination as the framework for equality law); Owen M.