endorphinergic

en·dor·phin·er·gic

(en'dōr-fin-ĕr'jik),
Relating to nerve cells or fibers that use an endorphin as their neurotransmitter.
[endorphin + G. ergon, work]

en·dor·phin·er·gic

(en-dōr'fin-ĕr'jik)
Relating to nerve cells or fibers that employ an endorphin as their neurotransmitter.
[endorphin + G. ergon, work]
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Genetic variables could include serotonergic genes (serotonergic receptors [5HT2a]; serotonin transporter 5HTlPR); endorphinergic genes (mu OPRM1 gene; proenkephalin [PENK, PENK polymorphic 3' UTR dinucleotide (CA) repeats]; GABergic gene (GABRB3), and dopaminergic genes (ANKKI Taq A; DRD2 C957T, DRD4 7R, COMT Val/met substation; MAO-A uVNTR; and SLC6A3 9 or 10R).
These studies hint that activity generated mood changes are mediated, at least in part, through endorphinergic mechanisms.
It is also known that deficiencies in endorphinergic pathways influence one's immune response, which induces abnormalities in a number of aproimetric parameters (Li et al.