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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Infection Inhibitor

Inhibitors are used to temporary stall the infection rate during exposure. Depending on the inhibitor type, they do not reduce or cure existing infections. The ▷Zone Division uses strong infection inhibitors during incubation time in the event of a primary infection. If applied quickly, chances are that the virus can be eliminated from the host's body before it can bind permanently. If the virus has fused with a host's nervous system irreversibly, inhibitors are still widely used to contain temporary infection peaks. (e.g, a secondary infection, crossing contaminated areas, weak immune system). Since all inhibitor products contain radioactive substances surpressing the virus' activity, they need to be consumed with additional medications against ARS (acute radiation syndrome) and to minimize long term damage.

The following inhibitors can be aquired.

1 comment:

  1. Cool. Your concept is pretty in-depth and well thought out; I'm looking forward to reading more about it.