neuromodulator

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neu·ro·mod·u·la·tor

 (no͝or′ō-mŏj′ə-lā′tər, nyo͝or′-)
n.
A chemical substance or medical device that affects synaptic transmission in nerve cells.
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a biotechnology company developing neuromodulators for use in treating aesthetic and underserved therapeutic conditions, announced results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2017.
The company said, ""As a company, our goal is to be innovative pioneers in neuromodulators.
founder and medical director of Gold Skin Care Center of Nashville and cosmetic dermatology thought leader, will present updates on fillers and neuromodulators on Saturday afternoon at NFCM.
Learning and Memory: A Comprehensive Reference, Second Edition is updated to provide an authoritative reference on all facets of learning and memory and expands coverage of sleep and memory, neuromodulators in memory processing, neurogenesis, epigenetics and working memory.
The top cosmetic treatments in 2015 were laser, light and energy-based procedures, neuromodulators (injectable wrinkle-relaxers), soft-tissue fillers, chemical peels and body sculpting treatments.
Neuromodulators are compounds such as for example, adrenalin, which plays a decisive role in our waking up every morning.
However, in the final review of the article abstracts and using the key words, four papers were identified as relevant to the programming of neuromodulators for OAB.
There are facial neuromodulators that can reduce these dynamic wrinkles.
To calculate the market size, we consider revenue generated from the sales of cochlear implants and neuromodulators.
In part II, techniques relevant to the post-operative period are presented, including scar reduction or camouflage by steroid injection, dermabrasion, laser treatment, neuromodulators, bulk fillers, and topical or intralesional therapies.
A big part of the reason for this is that in significant situations chemicals called neuromodulators are released, and they enhance the memory storage process.
The next part moves down to the molecular level with a detailed investigation of receptors such as AMPA and NMDA, specific mediating proteins, neurotransmitters and neuromodulators such as catecholamines and steroids.