neuraxon


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neu·rax·on

, neuraxone (nū-rak'son, -sōn),
Obsolete term for axon.
[neur- + G. axōn, axis]

neuraxon

, neuraxone (nū-răks′ōn)
A term formerly used for an axon.
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NeurAxon is designing and developing pain medicines targeting neuronal nitric oxide synthase (nNOS).
The terms of the grant provide for NeurAxon to receive the funds as the research is performed over an expected period of one year.
Ferrer commercial director Paul Simpson says the company feels that cognition will emerge as a significant segment of the vitamin and nutrition category and high-quality products like NeurAxon will come to dominate the market.
NeurAxon contains a neurotransmitter precursor (citicoline) that clinical studies have shown is important to normal brain function.
"Our market research tells us that consumers are increasingly demanding clinically backed products and we're upgrading our web site to reflect the strength that NeurAxon has in that area," Simpson says.
Quality supplements like NeurAxon that are manufactured to the Food and Drug Administration's current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) standards are profitable for retailers and bring value and credibility to the supplements category, he says.
One study has shown that NeurAxon can improve memory function in adults in as little as a month of daily use.
The company points out that, unlike other supplements targeting mental acuity, NeurAxon is a neurotransmitter precursor that is readily used by the body to support brain cell function.
NeurAxon is now available for distribution in food, drug and discount channels and has just completed an exclusivity period within CVS/pharmacy drug stores.
The company asserts that high-quality supplements such as NeurAxon that provide a product manufactured to the Food and Drug Administration's current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) standards bring value and credibility to the dietary supplement marketplace.