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neuroactive

[Gr. neuron, nerve, sinew + active]
Capable of modifying the activities of nerves or the behavior of organisms. The term is used to describe the actions of many chemicals, drugs, foods, or toxins.
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Neuroactive steroids: receptor interactions and responses.
Based on KEGG pathway analysis, neuroactive ligand-receptor interaction was the most significant pathway in the present study.
Purpose: The present study investigated the neuroactive properties of selected lichen compounds (atranorin, perlatolic acid, physodic acid and usnic acid), for their neurotrophic, neurogenic and acetylcholine esterase (AChE) activities.
Although there is no uniform definition of NAS nationwide, West Virginia defines it as when a baby has prenatal exposure to any neuroactive substances and then exhibits withdrawal symptoms regardless of whether or not treatment is needed.
Cryan calls microbes in the gut "little factories for producing lots of different neuroactive substances.
With regard to the other measured peripheral marker, that is, platelet MAO-B (p-MAO-B), it is the sole type in human platelets and the primary type in the human brain (80-95% of total MAO), playing a pivotal role in the catabolism of various neuroactive and vasoactive amines, that is, neurotransmitters (including dopamine), being located in CNS, as well as many peripheral tissues.
23E-05 04080 Neuroactive ligand-receptor interaction 7.
They discuss animal models; the relationship between depression, pain, and inflammation, including neuroinflammatory mechanisms; the role of cytokines in neuropathic pain and associated depression; the role of biogenic amines and the amino acids GABA and glutamate in pain and depression; the role of supraspinal transient receptor potential subfamily V member 1 (TRPV1) in pain and psychiatric disorders; the involvement of neuroactive steroids in pain, depression, and anxiety; visceral pain and psychiatric disorders; the role of genetic and epigenetic mechanisms; emotional and cognitive influences on pain experience; and generalized anxiety disorder and pain.
silico affinity profiling of neuroactive polyphenols for post-traumatic calpain inactivation: A molecular docking and atomistic simulation sensitivity analysis.
We plan to develop new caged neuroactive amino acids based on Laport symmetry-allowed aminoquinoline constructs with large two-photon cross-sections, high water solubility and minimal pharmacological interference.
Progesterone as a neuroactive neurosteroid, with special reference to the effect of progesterone on myelination.