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Antonyms for cholinergic

releasing or activated by acetylcholine or a related compound

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Finally difference of contraction force after administration of atropine as muscarinic cholinergic antagonist was seen in both groups.
The second key challenge, he said, is the need for constant exposure to cholinergic neurons that comprise the nucleus basalis of Meynert (NBM) while avoiding exposure to untargeted neuronal populations.
Interestingly in rats, sleep deprivation-induced memory impairment can be reversed by administration of the cholinergic agonist pilocarpine (12).
With the introduction of the neurotrophin nerve growth factor (NGF), PC12 cells gradually exit the mitotic cycle and differentiate into cells with distinct neuronal phenotypes, possessing axonal projections, electrical excitability, cholinesterase and cholinergic receptors (Fujita et al.
Both alcohol and AD substantially affect the cholinergic system, and thus it is plausible that alcohol use could be linked to AD through their common effects on this system.
May have synergistic effects with neuromuscular-blocking medications, such as succinylcholine (Anectine, Quelicin), or with cholinergic agonists, like bethanechol (Urecholine, various generic).
Neurons that produce acetylcholine reportedly degenerate in the brains of Alzheimer's patients; this cholinergic loss has been linked to cognitive impairment and density of amyloid plaques, according to the drug's labeling.
Normally, aging monkeys lose about 28% of cholinergic neurons, believed to play a role in memory and other mental functions.
An important feature of Alzheimer's disease is the progressive loss of cholinergic nerve cells, leading to a decline of critical chemical signals in the brain.
In the first, Hoau-Yan Wang noted that many scientists believe that beta-amyloid directly kills certain nerve cells, so-called cholinergic neurons, but they can't yet explain how.
For example, indomethacin inhibits a variety of cholinergic responses; cholinergic deficits are characteristic of Alzheimer's disease.
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The presented study was aimed at verifying the participation of cholinergic pathways (muscarinic and nicotine receptors) in [alpha]-hederin-induced contraction.
Increased activity in cholinergic sympathetic fibers stimulates sweat glands and leads to an increased skin electrical conductance (3).