Synonyms for agonistically or Related words with agonistically

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Examples of "agonistically"
Zenazocine (INN; WIN-42,964) is an opioid analgesic of the benzomorphan family which made it to phase II clinical trials before development was ultimately halted and it was never marketed. It acts as a partial agonist of the μ- and δ-opioid receptors, with less intrinsic activity at the former receptor and more at the latter receptor (hence, it behaves more antagonistically at the former and more agonistically at the latter), and produces antinociceptive effects in animal studies.
A very common iatrogenic effect is caused by "drug interaction", i.e., when pharmacotherapists fail to check for all medications a patient is taking and prescribe new ones that interact agonistically or antagonistically (potentiate or attenuate the intended therapeutic effect). Such situations can cause significant morbidity and mortality. Adverse reactions, such as allergic reactions to drugs, even when unexpected by pharmacotherapists, are also classified as iatrogenic.
He first acted in the National Theatre and succeeded Aimilios Veakis, Karoussos moved and substantially entered agonistically for a democratic idea. He switched almost to the modern Greek work and first starred in many Greek movies ("I zavoliara", "Orgi", "Antigone", "Anthropos yia oles tis doulies", "Faidra", etc.) His tole which made hin the Shylock in "The Merchant of Venice" by Shakespeare, he later finished his acting careed due to the dictatorship, he last appeared at the Piraeus Public Theatre. He left for Paris, where he remained until his death at age 64 in 1969.
Much of the distinctive look of "Shivering Isles" is credited to concept artist Adam Adamowicz (1968-2012). The landscape of the Isles is divided into two main areas: "Mania" and "Dementia". The land of Mania is characterized by vivid colour and fantastical flora, while Dementia is filled with bogs and agonistically twisted trees and roots. Adamowicz had a major influence on the style of other Bethesda Softworks game titles such as "Fallout 3" and "". The portal to the Shivering Isles was also designed by Adamowicz, and bears his signature style.
InstallFree MiniBridge produces light weight executables, that upon activation bootstrap a virtual application by downloading/streaming all the components from a central location. The InstallFree MiniBridge executables can be distributed using existing Electronic Software Distribution (ESD) utilities such as Microsoft's System Center Configuration Manager and other MSI based software distribution platforms. InstallFree MiniBridge can be used only from within a Domain, eliminating piracy concerns associated with competing solutions. It works agonistically with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Terminal Server, Systancia AppliDis Fusion and Citrix XenApp without re-packaging or configuring the application for each system.
Adverse effects may also be caused by drug interaction. This often occurs when patients fail to inform their physician and pharmacist of all the medications they are taking, including herbal and dietary supplements. The new medication may interact agonistically or antagonistically (potentiate or decrease the intended therapeutic effect), causing significant morbidity and mortality around the world. Drug-drug and food-drug interactions may occur, and so-called "natural drugs" used in alternative medicine can have dangerous adverse effects. For example, extracts of St John's wort ("Hypericum perforatum"), a phytotherapic used for treating mild depression are known to cause an increase in the cytochrome P450 enzymes responsible for the metabolism and elimination of many drugs, so patients taking it are likely to experience a reduction in blood levels of drugs they are taking for other purposes, such as cancer chemotherapeutic drugs, protease inhibitors for HIV and hormonal contraceptives.