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neuromodulatory

Definitions

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  • noun Of or pertaining to neuromodulation

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Examples

  • According to Dr. Narda Robinson, writing for Veterinary Practice News, a study published in 2011 concludes: "Expanding experimental evidence indicates that music modulates both cardiac and neurologic function, squelching stress through both biochemical and neuromodulatory means."

    Dr. Karen Becker: Stress Busters for Kitties

  • According to Dr. Narda Robinson, writing for Veterinary Practice News, a study published in 2011 concludes: "Expanding experimental evidence indicates that music modulates both cardiac and neurologic function, squelching stress through both biochemical and neuromodulatory means."

    Dr. Karen Becker: Stress Busters for Kitties

  • According to Dr. Narda Robinson, writing for Veterinary Practice News, a study published in 2011 concludes: "Expanding experimental evidence indicates that music modulates both cardiac and neurologic function, squelching stress through both biochemical and neuromodulatory means."

    Dr. Karen Becker: Stress Busters for Kitties

  • Caffeine works on a system in the brain and spinal cord (the adenosine neuromodulatory system) that is heavily involved in pain processing, says University of Illinois kinesiology and community health professor Robert Motl.

    Thor's Day

  • Some prefer terms like “system” or “circuitry,” partly because they convey more clearly that modules are usually distributed throughout the brain, and involve both areas of activation and neuromodulatory chemicals.

    Mind Wide Open

  • Some prefer terms like “system” or “circuitry,” partly because they convey more clearly that modules are usually distributed throughout the brain, and involve both areas of activation and neuromodulatory chemicals.

    Mind Wide Open

  • Some prefer terms like “system” or “circuitry,” partly because they convey more clearly that modules are usually distributed throughout the brain, and involve both areas of activation and neuromodulatory chemicals.

    Mind Wide Open

  • Some prefer terms like “system” or “circuitry,” partly because they convey more clearly that modules are usually distributed throughout the brain, and involve both areas of activation and neuromodulatory chemicals.

    Mind Wide Open

  • These slow modulations of fast activity are, we presume, mediated by neuromodulatory effects at a synaptic level.

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  • The signature of the neuromodulatory effect of ghrelin on GHRH neurons was further investigated with the perforated patch-clamp technique

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

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