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In previous experiments, we demonstrated that 5HT stimulates the Mercenaria gill to synthesize NO, and that the gas, in turn, potentiates 5HT-induced contractions of the branchial muscles (Gainey and Greenberg, 2003).
Alkaline refluxate can potentiate acidic damage, and it can cause its own damage to the esophagus and airway.
The mechanism by which carbachol potentiates the secretory response to cAMP agonists is not fully understood.
CEL-1000, when used as a single adjuvant (enhancer of a vaccine) or in combination with other adjuvants, potentiates Th1 (cellular) and innate (earliest stage) immune responses and protects animals from viral and parasitic challenge.
An array of positioned nucleosomes potentiates thyroid hormone receptor action in vivo.
2]-macroglobulin potentiates limulin-mediated hemolysis with the same efficiency as thiol-reacted LAM.
The study demonstrated good in vivo anti-tumor activity against ovarian and lung cancer human xenograft tumor models by PX-866, and showed the agent significantly potentiates the antitumor activity of cancer therapeutics and other treatment modalities.
Interfering with methylation greatly potentiates the reactivation of HIV," said Kauder.
Diethyldithiocarbamate potentiates the neurotoxicity of in vivo 1-methyl-4 phenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridine and of in vitro 1-methyl-4-phenylpyridinium.
Tesmilifene is well ahead of other competing technologies, and if approved, it will not require oncologists to alter their existing treatment regimens because the compound potentiates existing chemotherapy drugs.
Acrylonitrile produces transient cochlear function loss and potentiates permanent noise-induced hearing loss.
Charles Morgan, President and CEO of InNexus said, "This Sublicense Agreement with IMM enables the combination of an antibody, with tremendous therapeutic potential for incurable diseases, together with a technology that potentiates antibody activity and increases the probability of an antibody completing clinical development and gaining product approval.