excitability


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excessive sensitivity of an organ or body part

being easily excited

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Peripheral sensory stimuli increase motor cortex excitability (71).
This work demonstrated that EOLs and its main constituent thymol (percentage: ~66% of oil sample) are effective depressors of neuronal excitability.
Study co-author Stephen Jackson, the professor of cognitive neuroscience, the University of Nottingham, added: "If we can understand how alterations in cortical excitability give rise to neural disorders we can potentially reverse them.
Echophenomena can also be seen in a wide range of clinical conditions linked to increased cortical excitability and/or decreased physiological inhibition such as epilespsy, dementia, autism and Tourette syndrome.
Intermittent TBS (iTBS) in which a 2 sec train of stimulation (10 bursts) is followed by 8 sec pause significantly increases the motor cortex excitability, when applied to the ipsilesional hemisphere.
A study published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition has shown that oral ATP administration prevents exercise-induced declines in ATP while enhancing peak power and muscular excitability (the ratio of power output to muscle activation).
Spotlighting on translational biomarkers, Dr Koltzenberg will provide exclusive updates into nerve excitability profiling (NEP) and its use in studying ion, potassium and different subtypes of sodium channels in rodents and primates, including humans in vivo and in vitro.
CONS: Large doses may cause abdominal cramps, diarrhoea, rash, sleep disorders, irritability, confusion, nausea, stomach upset, behaviour changes, skin reactions, seizures, gas, excitability and other side effects.
His topics include nervous systems and brains, chemistry and life, genes and the history of molecular biology, how neurons generate signals, neuroanatomy and excitability, psychoactive drugs, neural development and neuroplasticity, sensory perception, tongue and taste, eyes and vision, imaging the brain, memory, and emotion.
sup][10],[11],[12] Calcium homeostasis is a critical factor that governs neuronal excitability and sensitivity of seizures.
Studies of brain cells revealed that rats on the long-term high-fat diet showed reduced excitability in nerve cells from the hippocampus, the same detrimental effects seen in rats on the short-term high-fat diet.
Primary periodic paralysis is a rare autosomal dominant disorder of ion-channel dysfunction, manifested by episodic flaccid paresis secondary to abnormal sarcolemma excitability.
The trial will evaluate the potential of the drug, Retigabine, which has a unique mechanism of action and can calm the excitability of nerve cells that are thought to cause seizures.
He added: " The neurological symptoms can include increased excitability and tremors in fingers, eyelids and lips, which may progress to long- term shaking of hands and feet.
In times past, supernormality often has been invoked to explain unexpected excitability or conductivity in cardiac tissue.