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5] value from the Mooney scorch when evaluating an inhibited coagent versus its standard counterpart.
Given the metal concentrations at which Ape1 activity is inhibited (excluding localized accumulation) and the selective inactivation seen in cell extracts (Figure 5), it seems reasonable to conclude that Cd(II), Fe(II), and Pb(II) may promote their harmful effects through inhibition of Ape1 repair function.
In contrast, VEGF-, estrogen- or stress-induced eNOS activation could be inhibited by tyrosine kinase inhibitors (Ayajiki et al.
In essence, stress responses cause the inhibited rats to age prematurely, the researchers conclude in an upcoming Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
An inhibited temperament may be the prime reason for previous reports of heightened amygdala activity in people diagnosed with social phobia, a condition marked by constant fear and avoidance of unfamiliar people.
3+] inhibited vasorelaxation induced by SNP to a lesser extent (Figure 4A) than the vasorelaxation induced by acetylcholine.
Further, based on the observed variability among the study volunteers, the team calculates a 95% probability that uptake will be inhibited by less than 9.
Low doses of genistein, isolated from the waste, inhibited the formation of adducts, but higher doses fostered adducts.
The actions of both pPfTx and ATP to induce c-fos luciferase were inhibited by the purinogenic receptor antagonist pyridoxalphosphate-6-azophenyl-2', 4'-disulfonic acid (PPADS).
Developmental investigations suggest that some babies exhibit a genetically inspired shyness that leads to an inhibited personality style later in life, whereas other infants display signs of an inborn sociability that heralds an outgoing nature.
The in vivo studies in each case show that GRN163L inhibited tumor growth at doses which had no apparent toxic effects on the mice.