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  • noun neurology The transfer of impulses between neurons.


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  • The research focused on a basic characteristic of nerve cells called neurotransmission, in which they use chemicals to signal each other.

    Media Newswire 2010

  • VAChT is a key element in acetylcholine neurotransmission which is commonly expressed throughout the sensory lineage of the PNS

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles Moran Valensi-Kurtz et al. 2010

  • The brilliant, beautiful photos along with images, captured a few years later, of chemical activity at the synapse did not prove the principle of chemical neurotransmission, and a few dead-enders held out until the end of the 1960s.


  • He repeated the experiment on the accelerator nerve, with the same result, and by 5:00 a.m. on Easter Monday had proved the principle of chemical neurotransmission.


  • Murphy, DD, et al. Estradiol increases dendritio spine density by reducing GABA neurotransmission in hippocampal neurons.

    T.S. Wiley: Estrogen Dilemma: There Is No Dilemma When You Know the Details T.S. Wiley 2010

  • Chronic exposure to cannabinoids during adolescence but not during adulthood impairs emotional behaviour and monoaminergic neurotransmission via PubMed

    Paul Armentano: 'Reefer Mad' Mainstream Media Does It Again 2009

  • NMDA neurotransmission as a critical mediator of borderline personality disorder.

    The UltraMind Solution M.D. Mark Hyman 2009

  • Addiction, headaches, insomnia, Tourette's-like symptoms, heart attack Aniracetam Seems to boost release of glutamate, speeding neurotransmission and improving memory.

    Give Your Intellect a Boost — Just Say Yes to Doing the Right Drugs! 2008

  • There are four basic steps involved in neurotransmission at the synapse:

    Neurotoxicity 2008

  • Exposure to environmental chemicals that can perturb neurotransmission is a very important area of toxicology.

    Neurotoxicity 2008


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