Medical Definition of Enzyme inhibition theory of narcosis

1. That narcotics inhibit respiratory enzymes by suppression of the formation of high energy phosphate bonds within the cell. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enzyme Inhibition Theory Of Narcosis

enzyme-substrate complex
enzyme activation
enzyme analog
enzyme antagonist
enzyme defect
enzyme derepression
enzyme electrode
enzyme immobilisation
enzyme inactivation
enzyme induction
enzyme inhibition theory of narcosis (current term)
enzyme inhibitor
enzyme inhibitors
enzyme precursor
enzyme reactivator
enzyme regulation
enzyme replacement therapy
enzyme repression
enzyme stabilisation
enzyme stability
enzymeless
enzymelike
enzymes
enzymic
enzymic process

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