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transmitting impulses from sense organs to nerve centers

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a nerve that passes impulses from receptors toward or to the central nervous system

of nerves and nerve impulses

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This interaction consists of 3 stages depending on the period between peripheral nerve stimulation and TMS: short afferent inhibition (SAI), afferent facilitation (AF), and late afferent inhibition (LAI) (45,46,47,48,49,50,51) (Figure 2).
Those are endogenous opiates (enkephalins, endorphins) of the middle brain which decrease neurotransmitter release in afferent path of pain through the downstream paths, directly or indirectly, over serotonin to distal part of the first neurone of afferent path of pain, by presynaptic inhibition over ^ and partly kappa receptors.
Merck, an international developer, manufacturer and distributor of pharmaceuticals, has agreed to acquire Afferent Pharmaceuticals, a clinical stage biotechnology company, it was reported on Friday.
Afferent Pharmaceuticals is in the development of therapeutic candidates targeting the P2X3 receptor for the treatment of common, poorly-managed, neurogenic conditions.
Increased NGF has been demonstrated in the bladder, dorsal root ganglia, and spinal cord following SCI, and administration of exogenous NGF to the bladder or spinal cord can in animals induce detrusor overactivity and increase bladder afferent neuron excitability [4, 13].
This report provides comprehensive information on the current therapeutic developmental pipeline of Afferent Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
This occurs because part of the afferent parasympathetic visual pathway from the affected eye has been completely disrupted.
6-8) It is well known that ECM nourishment can sequester and modulate stem cell niches along with synbiotic protein peptide formats to modulate stem cell niches and that afferent neurons can accomplish some astounding feats of regeneration and neurogenesis.
18) This decrease in spindle responsive following a hold-long history alters afferent inflow to the central nervous system and changes the biasing of spinal cord excitability.
Product Pipeline Review - 2013" provides data on the Afferent Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
The steps that are the same are: 55-60 cm ileum used, scissor detubularization of the ileum, sewn pouch construction, equal cross folding, externalized and direct ureteral stenting, globular shape and the presence of an afferent limb.
The final diagnosis was afferent loop obstruction in a patient following recent partial gastrectomy and Roux-en-Y anastomosis, as well as a prior fundoplication.
In the first experiment, they recorded afferent responses to a variety of frequencies in rhesus macaques, whose tactile nervous system closely resembles humans.
As the "first sight" moniker suggests, most of the book is about afferent psi (telepathy, precognition, presentience, and remote viewing), and it deals in a less detailed fashion with PK.
buds, afferent fibers carrying the information to the first CNS relay,