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- adj. Alternative spelling of homeostatic.
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This is a particular challenge in the light of the vast array of reported changes, which include morphological changes like synaptic and perhaps cell loss, alteration in membrane composition and the resultant changes in function of membrane proteins, modulation of the hypothalamo-pituitary axis, impaired calcium homoeostatic mechanisms, alteration in enzyme function and decreased neurotransmitter release.
They discovered that in the human and Rhesus monkey, the homoeostatic response (T cell activation) was a lot higher than in the Sooty mangabeys and Mandrills.
Regulation in any homoeostatic system (including that of affect)
PER3 VNTR polymorphism was not associated with individual differences in neurobehavioral responses to PSD, although it was related to one marker of sleep homoeostatic response.