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neurotransmitting

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  • verb Present participle of neurotransmit.

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Examples

  • The compound is believed to affect perception and cognition by acting on the same receptors in the brain that respond to serotonin, a neurotransmitting chemical tied to mood.

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  • The coating is made from dopamine, a molecule more commonly known for it neurotransmitting abilities.

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  • Acetylcholinesterase has absolute specificity for biotransforming the neurotransmitting chemical, acetylcholine.

    Biotransformation

  • The major difference is that the neurotransmitting chemical between a neuron and muscle cell is acetylcholine whereas there are several other types of neurotransmitters involved between neurons, depending on where in the nervous system the synapse is located.

    Neurotoxicity

  • It seems that LAC mimics the neurotransmitting effects of acetylcholine, improving memory function and at the same time acting as an antioxidant to prevent further damage to brain cells.

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  • PET scans, investigators have begun to figure out exactly what goes wrong in the brain of an addict--which neurotransmitting chemicals are out of balance and what regions of the brain are affected.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • Armed with an array of increasingly sophisticated technology, including fMRIs and PET scans, investigators have begun to figure out exactly what goes wrong in the brain of an addict -- which neurotransmitting chemicals are out of balance and what regions of the brain are affected.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • PET scans, investigators have begun to figure out exactly what goes wrong in the brain of an addict--which neurotransmitting chemicals are out of balance and what regions of the brain are affected.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • PET scans, investigators have begun to figure out exactly what goes wrong in the brain of an addict--which neurotransmitting chemicals are out of balance and what regions of the brain are affected.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • Armed with an array of increasingly sophisticated technology, including fMRIs and PET scans, investigators have begun to figure out exactly what goes wrong in the brain of an addict -- which neurotransmitting chemicals are out of balance and what regions of the brain are affected.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

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