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grey matter

the greyish tissue of the brain and spinal cord, containing nerve cell bodies, dendrites, and bare (unmyelinated) axons
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Survivors showed a significantly decreased volume of grey matter in the brain, he said.
Eisma said Grey Matter Industries is a company engaged in the manufacture of PET bottles, plastic films and other plastic products, and has already sent the SBMA a letter of intent on April 29.
Those with a BMI of 30 or more (making them obese) and a high waist-to-hip ratio had a significantly lower average grey matter volume than those of healthy weight, but obese people without a high waistto-hip ratio showed fewer signs of brain shrinkage, suggesting body fat around the middle is a factor.
[USA], Jan 10 ( ANI ): Excess belly fat can probably shrink the grey matter volume in your brain, a new study finds.
They also showed increased grey matter volume in key brain regions.
Images of grey matter were obtained by removing the first 10 time points, correction of time layer, head motion correction, space standardization, segmentation, tuning, and data smoothing with half height and full width 6mm, which represented the grey matter volume.
25 May 2018 - US-based healthcare technology solutions provider Saviance Technologies has acquired the Grey Matter Platform, the company said.
As these boys entered adulthood, their growing desire to copulate coupled with pre-existing psychiatric conditions like depression, anxiety and aggression caused a spike in grey matter volume.
Young adults in their twenties were asked to play logic and puzzle 3D video games on platforms like Nintendo 64 and findings showed that the grey matter in their hippocampus increased after training.
Episodic memory in detoxified alcoholics: Contribution of grey matter microstructure alteration.