inhibition index

inhibition index

[‚in·ə′bish·ən ‚in‚deks]
(biochemistry)
The amount of antimetabolite that will overcome the biological effect of a unit weight of metabolite.
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When measured in patients with hyperthyroidism, third-generation TRAb [also known as TSH binding inhibition index (TBII)] assays have excellent diagnostic sensitivity (97%) and specificity (99%).
1, according to Vilela & Du Pasquier (1968); Inhibition index ([I.
H] inhibition index of the natural fiber reached a slightly higher value.
The compounds inhibition index was determined by using normal alkenes series and based on quads method.
This inhibition index has been validated by scores from two mother-report questionnaires on approach/withdrawal and shy behavior at 4 and 30 months of age.