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  • noun

Synonyms for excitability

Synonyms for excitability

excessive sensitivity of an organ or body part

being easily excited

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The reduced excitability of neurons exposed to a constant magnetic field manifests as an increase in the excitation threshold.
The effect of transcutaneous electrical stimulation on spinal motor neuron excitability in people without known neuromuscular diseases: the roles of stimulus intensity and location.
The Food Standards Agency acknowledges energy drinks "could potentially lead to short-term effects, such as increased excitability, irritability, nervousness or anxiety".
Agency officials added the energy drinks can cause short-term side effects like anxiety, irritability and increased excitability.
We analyzed brain oscillations that reflect fluctuations in excitability of a local brain region; in other words, how difficult or easy it is for a neuron to respond to an input," Daitch said.
b] occurs with increased excitability in immobilized moose (Franzmann et al.
Whatever the reason for her excitability, it is very important that she is always adequately restrained in the car for your, and her, safety; using a doggy seat belt is best.
Using an extracellular recording technique, we demonstrated that estragole blocks the excitability of rat sciatic nerve (16).
He said an effort needs to be made to appreciate that excitability, decibel intensity and verbosity do not add to the strength of the argument or the dignity of the legislature.
Symptoms include a high temperature, aggression and muscle pains, as well as an extreme exaggerated expected effect of the drug such as hallucinations and excitability which would be very alarming and unpleasant to the person experiencing them.
In contrast, TA organic extracts caused interruption of excitability and arrhythmias without consistent inotropic action.
The proposed mechanism involves activation of AMPK by metformin, with resultant inhibition of the mTOR (mammalian 'target of rapamycin) pathway leading to reduced sensory neuron excitability and decreased chronic neuropathic pain (Nat.