neuromimetic

neu·ro·mi·met·ic

(nū'rō-mi-met'ik),
Relating to the action of a drug that mimics the response of an effector organ to nerve impulses.

neuromimetic

/neu·ro·mi·met·ic/ (noor″o-mĭ-met´ik)
1. eliciting a response in effector organs that simulates that elicited by nervous impulses.
2. an agent that elicits such a response.
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