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inducing or aiding in facilitating neural activity

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"We repeat, we are playing a facilitatory role and would continue to do that.
Further, earlier evidence has demonstrated changes in gamma-aminobutyric acid and glutamate mediated inhibitory and facilitatory intracortical circuits in response to acute muscle pain, as assessed by paired-pulse TMS paradigms of hand musculature [14, 32].
Can inhibitory and facilitatory kinesiotaping techniques affect motor neuron excitability?
Evidence for the existence of dopamine D2-oxytocin receptor heteromers in the ventral and dorsal striatum with facilitatory receptor-receptor interactions.
Facilitatory and inhibitory effects of Kinesio tape: fact or fad?
Five studies used iTBS (facilitatory on the ipsilesional hemisphere) and cTBS (inhibitory on the contralesional hemisphere), three studies used iTBS alone in the ipsilesional hemisphere, and three studies used cTBS alone in the contralesional hemisphere.
Facilitatory role of central dopamine in the osmotic release of vasopressin.
Release of oxytocin and vasopressin by magnocellular nuclei in vitro: Specific facilitatory effect of oxytocin on its own release.
The second key finding presented in this study delineates the facilitatory role of HO-1 in cellular ferritin levels.
Activating the Wnt/[beta]-catenin pathway with LiCl or BIO attenuated the facilitatory effect of hypoxia on differentiation, as evidenced by a decreased percentage of E-cadherin and CK18-positive cells among LiCl- or BIO-treated cells.
In consistent with their facilitatory role in lipid degradation [14], circRNA_ 0046367-induced normalization of both CPT2 and ACBD3 resultantly attenuated the hepatic steatosis by statistical downregulation of TG content.
Moreover, increased activity of peripheral nociception caused spinal sensitization and enhanced sensory information arriving at PAG and RVM, resulting in activation of descending facilitatory pathway [5-8].
Previous researchers have found the significant role of synchronization in the organization of distributed cortical activities, and the cortical control of movements involves complex facilitatory and inhibitory cortical interactions [7].
Prostaglandins in the midbrain periaqueductal gray (PAG) matter exert tonic facilitatory control that targets C-rather than A-fiber-mediated spinal nociception [18].
When the applied TMS stimulation method has a facilitatory effect on the nonlesional hemisphere, rehabilitation should include more tasks that require movements of both hands rather than being limited to the paretic limb only.
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