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  • noun biochemistry, neuroscience A neuroactive steroid.

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Examples

  • On the other hand, the differences in nicotinic currents in male and female rodents may result from sex differences in cortical neurosteroid levels either directly or through differential nuclear translocation of steroid receptors.

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  • Increasing neurosteroid levels has reduced PTSD symptoms.

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  • Marx is researching treatment for people with traumatic brain injuries using the same kind of brain chemical, and early results show that increasing a person's neurosteroid level decreases his PTSD symptoms.

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  • Ganaxolone is the only neurosteroid in clinical development and is a unique GABA modulator that will expand the armamentarium of drugs available to treat epilepsy.

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  • Previous animal studies showed that blood neurosteroid levels correlated to brain neurosteroid levels, so Marx measured the blood neurosteroid levels of 90 male Iraq and Afghanistan veterans.

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  • She found that the neurosteroid levels correlated to symptom severity in PTSD, depression and pain issues, and that those levels might be used to predict how a person reacts to therapy as well as to help develop new therapies.

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  • Ganaxolone is a synthetic neurosteroid and a derivative of the naturally occurring neuromodulator, allopregnanolone.

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  • Ganaxolone is the only neurosteroid in clinical development and is a unique GABA modulator that will expand the armamentarium of drugs available to treat epilepsy.

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  • Ganaxolone is a synthetic neurosteroid and derivative of the naturally occurring neuromodulator, allopregnanolone.

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  • Ganaxolone is a synthetic neurosteroid and a derivative of the naturally occurring neuromodulator, allopregnanolone.

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