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  • v. Present participle of innervate.

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Examples

  • Sorry if it wasn't tough-minded or innervating enough for you.

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  • It is also possible to identify the object of perception in pain with the activation of nociceptors innervating the damaged or irritated tissue.

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  • The sun was already hot in June, but the breeze was cool, the smell of the sea innervating, and the water a blue so intense it made your teeth hurt.

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  • And it was in typically innervating fashion that Goldman chief Lloyd Blankfein

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  • Hamburger published an article [3] on the effects of wing bud estirpation on the development of the brachial spinal motor segment and sensory dorsal root ganglia innervating the wing.

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  • In the chick embryo, it was mainly confined to the study of the effects called forth by estirpation of limb primordia or implantation of additional wing or leg buds on their innervating motor and sensory nerve centers.

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  • This condition, in turn, resulted in a slight but consistent volume increase of these ganglia as compared to that of homologous ganglia innervating the wing of the contralateral side.

    Nobel Lecture The Nerve Growth Factor: Thirty-Five Years Later

  • The subsequent demonstration that labelled NGF is taken up by the nerve endings of sympathetic [38] or sensory fibers [39] and is retrogradely transported to the cell perikarya, lent strong support to the concept of NGF as a strophic messenger, conveyed through nerve fibers from peripheral cells to the innervating neurons.

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  • The replacement, in 1934 by Viktor Hamburger, of the chick embryo with that of the amphibian larva as object of choice for the analysis of the effects of limb bud estirpation on spinal motor neurons and sensory nerve cells innervating the limbs [3], signed the beginning of a long series of investigations centered on the analysis of this and related experimental systems in avian embryos.

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  • In this physiologizing inherit - ance of Cartesian natural science, the animal-spirits in particular were soon to have a privileged role, namely, as the innervating substance believed to engender and sustain the higher functions of the brain.

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