Inhibitor

Molecule capable of preventing an enzyme working, frequently by binding in or near the catalytic site and blocking the usual interaction with substrate

inhibitor

an additive used to retard undesirable chemical action in a product. It is added in small quantities to gasolines to prevent oxidation and gum formation, to lubricating oils to stop color change, and to corrosive environments to decrease corrosive action.

inhibitor

[n] - a substance that retards or stops an activity
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inhibitor

A substance that retards the rate of a chemical reaction.
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inhibitor

A substance which is added to another substance to prevent an unwanted chemical reaction from occurring.
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inhibitor

A substance that is added to another to prevent or slow down an unwanted reaction or change.
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inhibitor

A chemical substance or combination of substances that, when present in the environment, prevents or reduces corrosion without significant reaction with the components of the environment.
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Inhibitor

A substance added to the electrolyte to prevent or slow down an unwanted electrochemical process. Used to prevent corrosion of the electrodes or the formation of dendrites.
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Inhibitor

In·hib'i·tor noun [ New Latin ] That which causes inhibitory action; esp., an inhibitory nerve.
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inhibitor

<chemistry, pharmacology> A molecule which represses or prevents another molecule from engaging in a reaction. ... See: inhibition. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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inhibitor

(in-hib´ĭ-tәr) any substance that interferes with a chemical reaction, growth, or other biologic activity. a chemical substance that inhibits or checks the action of a tissue organizer or the growth of microorganisms. an effector that reduces the catalytic activity of an enzyme.
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Inhibitor

• (n.) That which causes inhibitory action; esp., an inhibitory nerve.
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inhibitor

(from the article `catalysis`) Cases are also known in which the addition of a foreign substance, called an inhibitor, decreases the rate of a chemical reaction. This phenomenon, ...
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Inhibitor

any substance that slows or prevents such chemical reactions as corrosion or oxidation.
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inhibitor

a substance used in small proportion to suppress a chemical reaction
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inhibitor

A substance bonded, taped, or dip-dried onto a solid propellant to restrict the burning surface and give direction to the burning.
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inhibitor

Type: Term Pronunciation: in-hib′i-tŏr, -tōr Definitions: 1. An agent that restrains or retards physiologic, chemical, or enzymatic action. 2. A nervous system structure, stimulation of which represses activity.
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inhibitor

Material such as primer used to retard rusting or corrosion.
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Inhibitor

Chemical substance that blocks or suppress the activity of a given enzyme.
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inhibitor

Material such as primer used to retard rusting or corrosion.
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inhibitor

A drug that interferes with aromatase to prevent the conversion of the male hormone testosterone to the female hormone estradiol. Aromatase inhibitors are used as a type of hormone therapy for postmenopausal women who have hormone-dependent breast cancer.
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inhibitor

an agent that inhibits or blocks an activity.
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Inhibitor

Material such as primer used to retard rusting or corrosion.
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inhibitor

A chemical substance which prevents a growth process.
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