serotonergic


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Related to serotonergic: serotonergic drugs, Serotonergic syndrome

se·ro·to·ner·gic

 (sĕr′ə-tn-ûr′jĭk) also se·ro·to·ni·ner·gic (-tō′nə-nûr′jĭk)
adj.
Activated by or capable of liberating serotonin, especially in transmitting nerve impulses: serotonergic neurons; serotonergic drugs.

serotonergic

(ˌsɛrətəˈnɜːdʒɪk) or

serotoninergic

adj
(of a nerve ending) activating or activated by serotonin
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The bodies of serotonergic neurons are located in the CNS structures called the raphe nuclei.
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