If we consider the beta-minus decay of a radioisotope, we produce an electron and an antineutrino, and a neutron which is converted to a proton.
Say we take this same isotope and shoot an antineutrino at it. By inverse beta decay, the proton (or one of the protons in the nucleus) should be converted into a neutron.
In essence, is IBD a mechanism we can use to "reverse" a beta decay event? By this nature, can a stable product of a decay be made unstable again?