cholinergic

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cholinergic

[¦kō·lə¦nər·jik]
(physiology)
Liberating, activated by, or resembling the physiologic action of acetylcholine.
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Preliminary localization studies involving synthetic cholinergic agents and immunofluroescent techniques will be used to determine the specificity of the muscarinic [M.
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