cholinolytic

cholinolytic

[koh-luh-nl-it-ik]
adjective Biochemistry, Pharmacology.
1.
capable of blocking the action of acetylcholine and related compounds.
noun
2.
a drug or other substance that has cholinolytic properties.

Origin:
1955–60; choline + -o- + -lytic

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cholinolytic cho·li·no·lyt·ic (kō'lə-nō-lĭt'ĭk)
adj.
Preventing the action of acetylcholine.

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