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denervated

Neurology Nervelessness; loss of neural connections. See Chemical denervation.
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Li et al., "miRNA targeted signaling pathway in the early stage of denervated fast and slow muscle atrophy," Neural Regeneration Research, vol.
The maximum [f.sub.H] values following injection of DA and 5-HT in denervated settled animals were similar to those in the control animals [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 6 OMITTED], but they were not maintained at the maximum levels as they were in the controls.
Collateral reinnervation and expansive regenerative reinnervation by sensory axons into "foreign" denervated skin: an immunohistochemical study in the rat.
Following nerve injury, the regenerated muscle and motoneuron were functionally disturbed, such as denervated amyotrophy and myoceptor degeneration [11].
As described earlier, the right forelimb did not influence this measurement because it was denervated.
The motor unit size increases because of reinnervation of adjacent denervated muscle fibers.
[55-57] Currently, fibrous retraction of the vocalis muscle is thought to be the cause of the intermediate or lateral VC position in completely denervated larynges, occurring after several months.
The lateral patellar retinaculum was released under radio frequency, and the circumpatella was denervated [Figure 2] and [Figure 3].
Previous studies have focused on dopamine restoration in the neurotransmitter-depleted and denervated striatum [8, 9] by introducing essential enzymes for dopamine production, such as tyrosine hydroxylase (TH) [10-14], aromatic L-amino acid decarboxylase (AADC) [15, 16], and guanosine triphosphate (GTP) cyclohydrolase I (GTPC-I) [1,17].