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neonatal

of or relating to newborn children, esp in the first week of life and up to four weeks old
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neonatal

[¦nē·ə′nād·əl]
(medicine)
Pertaining to a newborn infant.
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The neonatally sound-exposed subjects have in effect received 2 "treatments," that is, the early sound exposure, and the 90 min period of 2 kHz tone bursts.
Openshaw, "The role of T cells in the enhancement of respiratory syncytial virus infection severity during adult reinfection of neonatally sensitized mice," Journal of Virology, vol.
Isa, "Formation of descending pathways mediating cortical command to forelimb motoneurons in neonatally hemidecorticated rats," Journal of Neurophysiology, vol.
Fetal and neonatally detected metabolic disorders of genetic basis with polyglucosan bodies (PGBs) are extremely rare and are nonreported in relation to CNS involvement.
Lubics et al., "Development of neurological reflexes and motor coordination in rats neonatally treated with monosodium glutamate," Neurotoxicity Research, vol.
Therefore, capsaicin can deplete SP and CGRP from the corneal nerve fibers in the animals treated neonatally [4].
Female mice treated neonatally with genistein showed multi-oocyte follicles, lacked regular estrous cyclicity and showed implantation failure, although ovulated oocytes were developmentally competent (Jefferson et al., 2009).
Neonatally measured immunoglobulins and risk of autism.
Reglodi, Changes in open-field activity and novelty-seeking behavior in periadolescent rats neonatally treated with monosodium glutamate, Neurotox.