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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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One of the most fascinating aspects of the microbiome is that certain strains of bacteria can actually manufacture and secrete numerous neuroactive substances.
Glycyrrhizin regulated calcium signaling and T cell receptor signaling pathways, silymarin affected the insulin signaling pathway, and ursodeoxycholic acid affected neuroactive ligand-receptor interaction, tight junction, long-term depression, and extracellular matrix-receptor interaction.
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.
The infant's exposure to a neuroactive substance results in withdrawal.
33) investigated the effects of the neuroactive drugs, memantine and gabapentin, on idiopathic and sensory IN.
Anti-inflammatory and neuroactive properties of selected fruit extracts.
Building on the established knowledge that TSPO ligands can reduce inflammation-shielding nerve cells from injury and increasing the production of neuroactive hormones in the brain-the team will study which of these actions is the most significant in fighting Alzheimer's disease so they can develop newer TSPO ligands accordingly.
Gene Ontology and KEGG pathway of the candidate genes showing evidence for selection signatures Candidate GO term KEGG pathway gene DPH5 Peptidyl-diphthamide - biosynthetic process from peptidyl-histidine(GO:0017183) S1PR1 Angiogenesis (GO:0001525), Neuroactive cell adhesion (GO:0007155), ligand-receptor G-protein coupled receptor interaction protein signaling pathway (GO:0007186), inhibition of adenylate cyclase activity by G-protein signaling pathway (GO:0007193), brain development (GO:0007420) OLFM3 Eye photoreceptor cell - development (GO:0042462) LRRN1 Integral to membrane (GO:0016021) - CRBN Negative regulation of protein - homooligomerization (GO:0032463), negative regulation of ion transmembrane transport (GO:0034766) Table 3.
Both alcohol and stress increase plasma and brain concentrations of neuroactive steroids in rodents (Barbaccia et al.
There were distinct differences between males and females in the number and type of affected genes in the hippocampus and amygdala, and in neural pathways such as mitogen-activated protein kinase signaling, neuroactive ligand-receptor interaction, axon guidance, long-term potentiation, and gonadotropin-releasing hormone signaling.
Among specific topics are why the choice of progestin matters in neuroprotection, neuroactive steroids and peripheral neuropathy, somatostatin and neuroprotection in the retina, thyroid hormone action on glioma cells, and the obligatory functions of gonadotropins and progestogens during early embryogenesis and their role in adults.