neuromodulator


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neuromodulator

[‚nu̇r·ō′mäj·ə‚lād·ər]
(neuroscience)
A chemical agent that is released by a neurosecretory cell and acts on other neurons in a local region of the central nervous system by modulating their response to neurotransmitters.
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Global neuromodulator sales today are estimated at $4 billion and forecasted to grow steadily, exceeding $7 billion by 2024".
Researchers showed that limiting the supply or the function of the neuromodulator adenosine in a brain structure called the auditory thalamus preserved the ability of adult mice to learn from passive exposure to sound much as young children learn from the soundscape of their world.
Women with OAB who are refractory to first- and second-line treatments are eligible for third-line treatments, such as a trial placement of a neuromodulator (Noblett & Cadish, 2014).
As a result, newer products such as light-based devices, fillers, and neuromodulators have been incorporated into treatment regimens.
Identification of SLURP-1 as an epidermal neuromodulator explains the clinical phenotype of Mal de Meleda.
2] (APGW-amide) acts as a neurotransmitter or neuromodulator in many mollusc species, including Lymnaea stagnalis (Croll & Van Minnen 1992, De Boer et al.
Allergan develops and commercializes products in the eye care, neuromodulator, skin care and other specialty markets that deliver value to its customers, satisfy unmet medical needs, and improve patients' lives.
They noted that hydrogen sulfide affects brain neurochemistry as a direct gaseous neuromodulator that potentially affects mood states and the psychological stress response.
However, the relationship between neuromodulator treatment and overall crustacean behavior is not simple, with responses varying with the stimuli presented and the aminergic manipulations performed (4, 5).
DALLAS - Older women with urge incontinence can experience significant improvement with implantation of a sacral neuromodulator, Dr.
Demonstration of neuroactive substances (hormones, peptides and neuromodulator substances) in food.
As we announced today, we are not only pursuing development and commercialization of our premium, long-acting RT002 neuromodulator, we are also leveraging our capabilities to produce a biosimilar to BOTOX in collaboration with Mylan.