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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Supply of implantable Electrography monitors, pacemakers, pacing electrodes and neuromodulators sacred roots, for the period from 01.
7) Botulinum neuromodulators aid this process by paralyzing the areas near the scar and eliminating the repetitive tensile forces on the scar, leading to a reduction in fibroblast proliferation.
Neuromodulators indirectly affect the excitation or inhibition of neurons by changing the way in which neurons react to neurotransmitters.
reports that the output of this circuit is influenced by many different neurotransmitters and other substances, called neuromodulators, present in the group of nerve cells.
Since 2001, she has trained more than 3,000 physicians, physician assistants, and nurses in techniques for dermal fillers and neuromodulators and is recognized as a leader in the aesthetic injecting community.
To calculate the market size, we consider revenue generated from the sales of cochlear implants and neuromodulators.
This includes mandibular repositioning devices, which are cheaper than CPAP devices and more effective than tongue retaining devices; neuromodulators that are being developed with increasingly smaller footprints resulting in small incisions.
Neuromodulators such as dopamine are implicated in various neurological disorders such as Schizophrenia and addiction.
In introducing this collection of 11 chapters, Levine (for whom no background information is given) notes that: "The explosion of research activity in the field of neuropeptides has led to the identification of numerous naturally occurring endogenous peptides which act as neurotransmitters, neuromodulators, or trophic factors, to mediate nervous system functions.
Almost all neurotransmitters and neuromodulators found anywhere in the nervous system are present in the striatum.
This report provides a deep and detailed analysis of: implants, dermal fillers, neuromodulators, and lasers, light-based systems, and other energy-based devices.
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