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Synonyms for serotonin

a neurotransmitter involved in e

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Components of the 5-HT system may provide novel targets for the development of pharmacological treatments for psychostimulant dependence is associated with significant aberrations in DA neurotransmission (Bubar and Cunningham, 2008).
The fluorescence staining of GABA and 5-HT in cerebral ganglia mainly occurred in separate cells, but were colocalized in some cells (Fig.
Decreased 5-HT transporter mRNA in neurons of the dorsal raphe nucleus and behavioral depression in the obese leptin-deficient ob/ob mouse.
The potential importance of monitoring indoleamines is illustrated by the results from patients with severe sepsis and septic shock who underwent extracorporeal immunoadsorption, showing that removal of LPS, IL6, and C5a both beneficially influenced the overall progress of the study patients (22) and restored Trp and 5-HT concentrations within five days of treatment.
26,27) Findings from this study dshow that there is little exocytotic activity of insulin + 5-HT at the basal glucose level, but increasing sugar concentration results in increased insulin release from perfused beta cells.
The above-injury allodynia is harder to explain, although it may be relevant that transplantation of embryonic raphe cells that release 5-HT into the thoracic injury zone has been shown to reverse allodynia at both forelimb and hindlimb levels [46].
An in vitro study suggests a useful role for the extract due to its enhancement of neurotransmitter pathways, specifically 5-HT.
We are also very active in the field of 5-HT receptor active compounds in our R&D operations.
2004) showed that CPF administered during GD9-12 up-regulated serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine; 5-HT) receptors (5-HT-1 and 5-HT-2) and interfered with the 5-HT protein transporter from the neural tube stage through to adulthood.
From animal studies there is robust evidence that lithium augmentation increases serotonin (5-HT) neurotransmission, possibly by a synergistic action of lithium and the antidepressant on brain 5-HT pathways.
5-HT is involved in a variety o[ physiological processes, including smooth muscle contraction, blood pressure regulation, body temperature regulation, pain sensitivity, mood control, sleep onset, and both peripheral and central nervous system neuro-transmission.
Frovatriptan is a selective 5-HT receptor agonist that has been shown to be effective at low doses (2.
This study was designed to explore the effect of 5-HT on the morphology of calf pulmonary artery ECs.