- n. Plural form of neurotransmitter.
“If schizophrenia can be explained (and controlled) by the presence or absence of certain neurotransmitters, then we don't bother talking about demons possessing schizophrenics.”
“Baclofen works by blocking overstimulated neurotransmitters from the brain to the spinal cord.”
“Sibutramine limits the uptake of chemicals called neurotransmitters like norepinephrine, serotonin, and dopamine into nerve endings—a mechanism similar to that of many medications used to treat depression.”
“To stay sharp with age, you have to help your all-important brain chemicals, called neurotransmitters, remain in abundance.”
“Drugs such as Ritalin and Concerta are considered stimulants and appear to boost and balance brain chemicals called neurotransmitters, which helps address symptoms of inattention and hyperactivity.”
“Most medications prescribed for depression belong to a newer class of drugs called second-generation antidepressants SGA, which inhibit chemicals called neurotransmitters.”
“All of these organs respond not only to sex hormones fitting into their own hormone receptors directly, but to proteins called neurotransmitters, such as serotonin, dopamine, and acetylcholine.”
“• In order to work properly, the brain must have the right balance of chemicals called neurotransmitters.”
“It was later discovered that there is a synapse, a space between nerve endings where chemicals called neurotransmitters help to convey the signal between one nerve cell and another.”
“These age-related changes in mental function are caused by a slowdown in the production of key chemicals in the brain, called neurotransmitters, which are involved in learning and memory.”
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