neuropharmacology

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neuropharmacology

[¦nu̇r·ō‚fär·mə′käl·ə·jē]
(medicine)
The science dealing with the action of drugs on the nervous system.
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The FDA's division of neuropharmacologic drug products told this newspaper that it has received about 250 suicide reports from Mr.
Rats trained to self-administer alcohol during withdrawal show neurochemical and neuropharmacologic changes indicative of alterations in GABAergic, dopaminergic, and serotonergic function in specific components of the extended amygdala.
Yet, several potential psychosocial and neuropharmacologic causal mechanisms promote tobacco's gateway drug function.
Crosby's work with neuropharmacologic pain management culminated in the development and patenting of a serotonergic combination product used to control severe intractable chronic pain in terminal cancer patients that had developed tolerance to narcotics.
The neuropharmacologic reasons for antipsychotics' abuse potential are difficult to quantify.
KEY WORDS: Huntington's disease therapy, neural sympathetic activity, central serotonergic activity, central dopaminergic activity, neuropharmacologic therapy
a neurologist and medical reviewer in the FDA's division of neuropharmacologic drug products, Rockville, Md.
The FDA's division of neuropharmacologic drug products told this newspaper that it has received about 250 suicide reports from Finkelstein and that it is evaluating those, "as well as other cases in our system.
Robert Levin, who is a reviewer in the FDA's division of neuropharmacologic drug products.
Robert Levin, a reviewer in the FDA's division of neuropharmacologic drug products.
In recent years, drugs for neuropharmacologic diseases have taken the longest to develop and bring to market.
This research was possible because the neurochemical laboratory at the Instituto de Medicina Experimental, Faculty of Medicine at the Universidad Central de Venezuela has the capability to assess all circulating neurotransmitters, and this is where those parameters were routinely tested before and after the administration of many neuropharmacologic agents, (2-7) as well as during supine-resting plus orthostasis plus exercise and several pharmacologic challenges.