Inhibitor

Inhibitor or inhibition may refer to:

  • Corrosion inhibitor, a substance that decreases the rate of metal oxidation
  • Enzyme inhibitor, a substance that binds to an enzyme and decreases the enzyme's activity
  • Reuptake inhibitor, a substance that increases neurotransmission by blocking the reuptake of a neurotransmitter
  • Inhibition of return, a feature of attention
  • Inhibition Theory, a theory pertaining to the performance of a mental task
  • Inhibitors (Revelation Space), machines in Alastair Reynolds's Revelation Space novels
  • Latent inhibition, a term used in classical conditioning
  • Lateral inhibition, a neural mechanism that increases contrast between active and (neighbouring) inactive neurons
  • Memory inhibition, processes that suppress or interfere with specific memories
  • Reaction inhibitor, a substance that prevents or decreases the rate of a chemical reaction
  • Sexual inhibition, reservations relating to sexual practices
  • Social inhibition, a conditioned fear reaction to social marginalization or isolation
  • "Inhibitions", a 2008 single by Swedish band Alcazar
  • Inhibitory postsynaptic potential, a synaptic potential that decreases the firing of a neuron

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