paraxon

par·ax·on

(par-ak'son),
A collateral branch of an axon.
[para- + G. axōn, axis]
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par·ax·on

(par-ak'son)
A collateral branch of an axon.
[para- + G. axōn, axis]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

paraxon

(păr-ăk′sŏn) [″ + axon, axis]
A collateral branch of an axon.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Thiodemeton, Ditionsystox, Paraxon, BSI, Demeton (E 600), Mevin Phos, ISD: EPN, Schradan, Metacide, Methyl Parathion, Monocrotophos, Dicrotophos.
For example, parathion has to be metabolized to paraxon in the body so as to actively inhibit AChE [26].
'And McKesson's strong showing with Paraxon has made them a leading solution for community hospitals."