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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Gene expression in aminergic and peptidergic cells during aggression and defeat: relevance to violence, depression and drug abuse.
To determine if ziram is also toxic to DA neurons in vivo, we utilized a VMAT2:GFP ZF line that expresses GFP driven by the VMAT2 promoter to monitor aminergic neuronal integrity as previously described (Fitzmaurice et al.
The ascending reticular activating system--from aminergic neurons to nitric oxide.
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).
Age related changes in aminergic system and behavior following lead exposure: Protection with essential metal supplements.
Aminergic neurons in the brain of blowflies and Drosophila: dopamine- and tyrosine hydroxylase-immunoreactive neurons and their relationship with putative histaminergic neurons.
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.