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Definition: (of a person) unable to express what one really feels
Sentences Containing 'inhibited'
"Aspergillus niger" growth occurred on the aluminium coupons; growth was inhibited on and around copper coupons.
(But not, for instance, in Bern or Lucerne—or, in Germany, Frankfurt—where a stronger aristocracy seems to have inhibited such a development.)
(producing lactate and hydrogen ions) are favored, and "M. elsdenii" and "S. ruminantium" are inhibited, tending to result in a considerable rise of lactate and hydrogen ion concentrations in the rumen fluid.
Additionally, the initiation of new rounds of replication is inhibited and the cell cycle arrests until nutrient conditions improve.
Aspergillus nuclease S1 is known to be inhibited somewhat by 50 μM ATP and nearly completely by 1 mM ATP.
CaV1.2 is inhibited by the action of STIM1.
CCK also has stimulatory effects on the vagus nerve, effects that can be inhibited by capsaicin.
Dominique is the daughter of Guy Francon, a highly successful but creatively inhibited architect. She is a thorn in the flesh of her father and causes him much distress for her works criticizing the architectural profession's mediocrity.
During delta wave sleep, neurons are globally inhibited by gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA).
FNIP1 was phosphorylated by AMPK and its phosphorylation was inhibited in a dose-dependent manner by an AMPK inhibitor, resulting in reduced FNIP1 expression.
Furthermore, Kovel sees the form of neo-liberal globalization as "a return to the pure logic of capital" that "has effectively swept away measures which had inhibited capital’s aggressivity, replacing them with naked exploitation of humanity and nature"; for Kovel, this "tearing down of boundaries", which was "a deliberate response to a serious accumulation crisis" in the 1970s, has become the definition of modern 'globalization'.
He was possibly the first archivist to research systematically the process of nitrate film decomposition, and consequently to show that it can be inhibited by storage in a cool and dry atmosphere.
However, since some enzyme is always inhibited from converting the substrate to product, the effective enzyme concentration is lowered.
In 1976, Lippman and Pugsley reported that viloxazine, like imipramine, inhibited norepinephrine reuptake in the hearts of rats and mice; unlike imipramine, (or desipramine or amitriptyline, for that matter) it did not block reuptake of norepinephrine in either the medullae or the hypothalami of rats.
In alpha 1-antitrypsin deficiency, the important neutrophil enzyme elastase is not adequately inhibited by alpha 1-antitrypsin, leading to excessive tissue damage in the presence of inflammation – the most prominent one being pulmonary emphysema.
In the presence of this tetrasaccharide, notch signals strongly when it interacts with the Delta ligand, but has markedly inhibited signaling when interacting with the Jagged ligand.
It is stated that such children are deprived of human associations and are too strongly conditioned with animal behaviours, such that the human development are permanently inhibited and the animal inhibitions are never lost throughout life.
Low clouds in the morning and thunderstorms in the afternoon inhibited air operations by both sides.
Mechanistically, they differ significantly; the finger flexor reflex is a simple monosynaptic spinal reflex involving the flexor digitorum profundus that is normally fully inhibited by upper motor neurons.
MyoD is inhibited by cyclin dependent kinases (CDKs).
Notch signaling promotes proliferative signaling during neurogenesis and its activity is inhibited by Numb to promote neural differentiation.
Over the next two days as the system moved towards the southwest further development of the depression was inhibited by strong vertical windshear, before during January 11, the vertical windshear decreased and the system started to rapidly develop further.
Poor weather and lack of time inhibited training but some rehearsals were possible, using personnel as instructors; the 34th Division managed to rehearse infiltration tactics on 28 November.
The main restriction on this type of diagnosis is that depending on the OP the degree to which either AChE or BuChE are inhibited differs; therefore, measure of metabolites in blood and urine do not specify for a certain OP.
The prior appropriation system has in many ways inhibited these calls for change.
The protein encoded by this gene binds to and is inhibited by dihydropyridine.
The release of CCK is also inhibited by somatostatin.
The Sixth Army commanders had also been reluctant to encourage the British to change their plans, if they detected a thinning of the front line and inhibited by the extent of British air reconnaissance, which observed new field works and promptly directed artillery fire on them.
The thought process is non-logical and often bizarre, sensation and perception is vivid but created internally by the brain, and the body's movements are inhibited.
There is considerable discussion in the scientific community about whether scientists should embrace the model and exactly how Science 2.0 might work, as well as several reports that many scientists are slow to embrace collaborative methods and are somewhat "inhibited and slow to adopt a lot of online tools."
This happens because the corticospinal pathways that run from the brain down the spinal cord are not fully myelinated at this age, so the reflex is not inhibited by the cerebral cortex.
Though it had long been supposed that the religious aversion to secular music inhibited instrumental folk music in New England, recent research by Barbara Lambert, focused on the Boston area, shows otherwise.
Transport by the encoded protein is inhibited by four loop diuretics, nateglinide, thiazides, probenecid, and glibenclamide.
Two other pro-inflammatory mediators causing oxidative stress that are inhibited by Troxipide include the formyl-methionyl-leucyl-phenylalanine (fMLP) and the Platelet Activating Factor (PAF).
Vegeholm Castle is still owned and inhibited by the von Geijer family.
When the chorda tympani is damaged, its inhibitory function is disrupted, leading to less inhibited activity in the other nerves.
While working on this subject, he discovered a family of peptides present in the venom of a Brazilian snake, "Bothrops jararaca", which inhibited kininase activity and strongly potentiated the effects of bradykinin "in vivo" and "in vitro".
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