aminergic

am·in·er·gic

(a'mi-nār'jik),
Relating to nerve cells or fibers.

aminergic

/am·in·er·gic/ (am″ĭ-ner´jik) activated by, characteristic of, or secreting one of the biogenic amines.

am·in·er·gic

(a'mi-něr'jik)
Relating to nerve cells or fibers.
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A decrease in cholinergic activity and an increase in aminergic activity are two main factors in the REM sleep suppression mechanism of antidepressant drugs (Costa e Silva 2006).
Post says: "I wonder about [their] mechanistic properties such as blockade of sodium channels and decreased release of glutamate, decreased calcium influx through the NMDA receptor, increases in potassium efflux, as well as a variety of aminergic effects and effects on gene expression.
Not illustrated but germane to the course of alcohol addiction are modifying aminergic (dopamine and norepinephrine), cholinergic, serotonergic, peptidergic, and hormonal influences on the various structures.
In view of the importance of aminergic neurotransmitters in the regulation of various crustacean neurohormones, an attempt has been made to elucidate the modulatory effect of serotonin on moulting in the Indian freshwater field crab Oziotelphusa senex senex (Fabricius).
The paraventricular nucleus (PVN) and other brain nuclei were micro-dissected, and the concentrations of aminergic neurotransmitters and their metabolites were measured using high-performance liquid chromatography with electrochemical detection.
Scope Introduction to the Chapter Emerging Bioinformatics Approaches in the GPCRs Space: Predicting Ligands for Orphan GPCRs Pairwise Sequence Searches Profile Methods Support Vector Machines Agglomerative Clustering Methods Motif-based Classifiers Alignment-independent Approaches to GPCR Classification Computational Approaches to Interrogate Aminergic GPCRs The Approach Emerging G-Protein Coupled Receptor Assay Technologies What can be Measured?
Behavioral responses were examined and manipulated using aminergic neurotransmitters/modulators, serotonin and octopamine.
Zweig RM, Ross CA, Hedreen JC et al: The neuropathology of aminergic nuclei in Alzheimer's disease.
The brain's chemical system that mediates our waking state is called the aminergic system.
Hyperforin is known to inhibit the uptake of aminergic transmitters such as serotonin and noradrenaline into synaptic nerve endings (Kumar et al.
Distribution of catalase in rat brain: Aminergic neurons as possible targets for ethanol effects.