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neuropharmacological

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  • adj. Relating to neuropharmacology.

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Examples

  • "We are working on the labeling changes that we want to get to the companies," Russell Katz, director the FDA's neuropharmacological drug division, said in an interview.

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  • Cocaine and other addictive drugs, however, produce a momentary increase in dopamine through neuropharmacological mechanisms, thereby continuing to drive learning, forcing the brain to over-select choices which lead to getting drugs.

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  • Even in the present mood, nuclear weapons and nuclear power, ballistic missiles, biological and chemical warfare agents, replacement of human body parts, and neuropharmacological drugs cannot be freely developed or traded internationally.

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  • This was probably the first explicit statement of the potential use of neuropharmacological intervention in the treatment of abnormal drinking behavior in the human alcoholic.

    Alcohol and The Addictive Brain

  • Through biogenetic and neuropharmacological research we are slowly moving toward solutions to this complex problem, learning what causes the deficiencies and imbalances and how they can be detected.

    Alcohol and The Addictive Brain

  • Just like ritalin has indirect dopamine agonist properties so in one neuropharmacological aspect, they have similarities.

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  • Still, from a neuropharmacological standpoint it makes this study less cleanly interpretable than otherwise.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • "That's always the risk one takes in these neuropharmacological matters.

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  • Dr. Krishna Menon, Chief Scientific Officer of Cellceutix commenting on the results, stated, "Previous required testing on the respiratory and central nervous systems showed no significant neuropharmacological or biologically relevant effects.

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