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neurocrine

 [noor´o-krīn]
1. denoting an endocrine influence on or by the nerves.
2. pertaining to neurosecretion.

neurocrine

(nū′rō-krĭn) [″ + krinein, to secrete]
1. Indicating an endocrine influence on nerves or the influence of nerves on endocrine tissue.
2. A chemical transmitter.
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Based on the Company's current operating plan, the Company continues to anticipate full-year 2019 operating expenses to range between $130 million and $140 million, before accounting for amounts reimbursable under the Neurocrine Biosciences collaboration, and anticipates cash, cash equivalents and marketable debt securities at year end of approximately $280 million to $290 million.
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