chemical inhibitor

chemical inhibitor

[′kem·i·kəl in′hib·əd·ər]
(chemistry)
A substance capable of stopping or retarding a chemical reaction.
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They found that they were able to use a chemical inhibitor to block the movement of some tumour cells.
Gleevec[R] is a chemical inhibitor of the Bcr/Ab1 tyrosine kinase, a dysregulated enzyme that is believed to cause leukemia.
PA) a biotechnology company focused on cannabinoid therapy development and commercialization, provided today an update on its P62-ZZ Chemical Inhibitor and Therapeutic Potential for Multiple Myeloma patent application for shareholders and other interested parties.
The team also found the same results when they used a chemical inhibitor to block the Kv12.
Within about 24 hours, the chemical inhibitor coats the damaged area and hinders the corrosion process, Shchukin says.
In this study they used a chemical inhibitor and antibodies directed against TNF to block the p38 alpha MAPK activity specifically in stem cells, thus producing more stem cells.
Andrew MacDonald, Strategic Account Manager for Clariant Oil Services UK, will co-chair the Tuesday, May 13 Technical Session 3: Chemical Inhibitor Treatments, from 9 - 10:30 a.
King began working with scientists at Eli Lilly to design a chemical inhibitor for the PKC-beta isoform.
In 1999, Quark first described this concept in the publication Science in a paper entitled "A Chemical Inhibitor of p53 That Protects Mice From the Side Effects of Cancer Therapy" (Science 1999, Sept 10; 285).
Pembroke addressed the issue by introducing a chemical inhibitor that coats the insides of the pipes providing a protective film.
While testing a chemical inhibitor of S1P activity, Espenshade says, he and his team added the chemical to hamster cells and were surprised to find that SCAP disappeared from the cells.

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