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efferent

[′ef·ə·rənt]
(physiology)
Carrying or conducting away, as the duct of an exocrine gland or a nerve.
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efferent nerves) directly contact PVN-projecting neurons in these regions, consistent with functional interconnections (Cullinan et al.
Nucleus tractus solitarii: Afferent and efferent neuronal connections in relation to the baroreceptor reflex arc.
Embryonic wisdom dictates that both afferent and efferent neurons need polar lipids and ECM nutrient support to fully restore inner physician function.
When afferent neurons are unable to control the motility and mobility of the gastroduodenal juncture, we store rather than excrete toxins, staying locked in the efferent cholinergic anti-inflammatory pathway.
Dysbiosis causes persistent efferent inflammation and opportunistic infections that favor pathogenesis.