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  • noun Plural form of neuron.

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Examples

  • Litt et al state "Found throughout the plant and animal kingdoms, their distribution in neurons is wholly unexceptional".

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  • The electrical activity in neurons is the result of the movement of charged particles, specifically sodium ions, in and out of special pores.

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  • The electrical activity in neurons is the result of the movement of charged particles, specifically sodium ions, in and out of special pores.

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  • There is little doubt that the positive effects of enhanced BDNF production on brain neurons is at least part of the reason why those consuming curcumin are so resistant to this brain disorder.

    David Perlmutter, M.D.: Neurogenesis: How to Change Your Brain

  • There is little doubt that the positive effects of enhanced BDNF production on brain neurons is at least part of the reason why those consuming curcumin are so resistant to this brain disorder.

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  • The striking implication of mirror neurons is that the same brain region that controls action also supports perception, writes Günther Knoblich, Rutgers University, in the June 2006 Current Directions in Psychological Science.

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  • There is little doubt that the positive effects of enhanced BDNF production on brain neurons is at least part of the reason why those consuming curcumin are so resistant to this brain disorder.

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  • There is little doubt that the positive effects of enhanced BDNF production on brain neurons is at least part of the reason why those consuming curcumin are so resistant to this brain disorder.

    David Perlmutter, M.D.: Neurogenesis: How to Change Your Brain

  • This long-held tenet, first proposed by Professor Cajal, held that brain neurons were unique because they lacked the ability to regenerate.

    Neurogenesis: How to Change Your Brain

  • This long-held tenet, first proposed by Professor Cajal, held that brain neurons were unique because they lacked the ability to regenerate.

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