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Inhibitor /antagonist

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Inhibitor /antagonist: antagonist is any agent which blocks, inhibits, or attenuates the pharmacological action of another agent; can be indexed with other agent or receptor terms to cover specific antagonist types when a specific precoordinated term is not available.
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