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diameter of inhibition zone
(17 times)
Biology
(4 times)
MIC (15 times)
MBC (6 times)
ATCE (2 times)
2011 Cooperative antimicrobial activity of CdTe quantum dots with rocephin and fluorescence monitoring for Escherichia coli.
diazepam
(8 times)
Psychiatry
(3 times)
APZ (3 times)
BDZs (2 times)
5-HIAA (1 time)
1987 Pharmacology of the benzodiazepines; with special emphasis on alprazolam.
dizocilpine
(6 times)
Behavioral Sciences
(3 times)
AD (4 times)
H3R (4 times)
DOZ (3 times)
1999 Modulation of NMDA receptor by huperzine A in rat cerebral cortex.
diazoxide
(4 times)
Neurology
(3 times)
GABA (2 times)
HI (2 times)
KATP (2 times)
2002 Activation of mitochondrial ATP-sensitive potassium channels prevents neuronal cell death after ischemia in neonatal rats.
diameter zone of inhibition
(1 time)
Carbohydrates
(1 time)
CS (1 time)
QAC (1 time)
2016 Enhanced water-solubility, antibacterial activity and biocompatibility upon introducing sulfobetaine and quaternary ammonium to chitosan.
diazinon
(1 time)
Biology
(1 time)
AB29 (1 time)
AZP (1 time)
CPF (1 time)
2020 A rapid and simple method for the removal of dyes and organophosphorus pesticides from water and soil samples using deep eutectic solvent embedded sponge.
diclazuril
(1 time)
Biomedical Engineering
(1 time)
GPC (1 time)
MRLs (1 time)
TOZ (1 time)
2011 Determination of diclazuril, toltrazuril and its two metabolites in poultry tissues and eggs by gel permeation chromatography-liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry.
distance of inhibition zone
(1 time)
Antineoplastic Agents
(1 time)
--- 2004 Protein binding and antimicrobial activity of ceftriaxone: comparative assessments by gradient plate technique and time-kill study.