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5-HT

 
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5-HT

Abbreviation for 5-hydroxytryptamine.
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5-HT

Abbreviation for 5-hydroxytryptamine.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

5-HT

Abbreviation for 5-hydroxytryptamine.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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In contrast, a 1-hour application of [10.sup.-5] mol [1.sup.-1] 5-HTP, which is a 5-HT synthesis precursor, significantly enhanced the number of larvae reaching the upper chamber (Fig.
We previously reported that the pharmacologic inhibition of 5-HT synthesis does not affect the acute anorexic effects of liraglutide in mice [2].
As we published before [10, 51, 57], intraspinally grafted 5-HT neurons survive the grafting procedure and their axons grow into the distal part of the host spinal cord, spreading caudally for a considerable distance below the total transection.
Injection of LPS reduced (p<0.05) 5-HT concentrations in the pineal tissue of animals from the SN (196 [+ or -] 59 pg/mg of tissue) photoperiod compared with levels in control ewes (419 [+ or -] 45 pg/mg of tissue).
(60) The rigid control over the discharge rate determines that receptor 5-H[T.sub.1A] controls the liberation of 5-HT in the brain cortex and the limbic system from the neuronal soma.
Furthermore, we characterized their combined effects on extracellular levels of DA and 5-HT in the mouse NAc shell.
Previous studies from our laboratory have suggested that administration of TRP, the dietary precursor of 5-HT, increases brain 5-HT levels and improves memory functions [11].
Inflammation, sleep disruption and decreased levels of acetylcholine (ACh) and serotonin (5-HT) neurotransmitters have been associated with postoperative cognitive dysfunction.