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Suppress

To stop something or someone; to prevent, prohibit, or subdue.

To suppress evidence is to keep it from being admitted at trial by showing either that it was illegally obtained or that it is irrelevant.

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1997) and suppresses both VEGF-and PDGF-BB-stimulated neovascularization of the choroidal capillary in normal rats (Kobayashi et al.
From the observation made in this study with tetrandrine, it seems likely that STSM blocks proliferation of the endothelial cells through the action of tetrandrine and thus suppresses over-production of the neovascularization of retinal and choroidal capillaries in culture.
Mono-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate suppresses estradiol production independent of FSH-cAMP stimulation in rat granulosa calls.
The new data indicate that some benefits of the antioxidant depletion may trace to its boosting of a gene, NM23H1, that normally suppresses cancer's spread.
Because the cells continue to perform immune functions while CAF suppresses the virus, Levy sees hope for a therapeutic strategy against HIV.
Scientist know that chloroquine, the most commonly prescribed antimalaria drug, suppresses the immune system, says William K.
The experimental therapy features oral doses of etidronate, a drug that suppresses bone-eating cells called osteoclasts.
CR1 strongly suppresses complement activation in vitro, Douglas T.
Hailed as a breakthrough in organ transplantation, the drug cyclosporine suppresses the immune system, reducing the chances of transplant rejection.
Taking advantage of this resistance,Kresina's group created hybridomas by fusing a strain of cancer cells with spleen cells from resistant animals, thereby making a cell line that multiplies indefinitely (thanks to the cancer cells) and suppresses collagen-induced arthritis.
The virus, Strayer suggests, activates the natural suppression of the immune system, causing the 7-day cells to produce and secrete a substnace that suppresses the immune response.