How to use Brain-cells in a sentence

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  • Amongst those which lessen excitability of the brain-cells are opium, morphine, hyoscyamus, chloral, sulphonal, trional, paraldehyde, chloralamide, chloralose, hop and many others.

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  • Alzheimer's disease is caused by the destruction of certain brain cells leading to the loss of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine.

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  • In brains affected by PD, proteins that are not broken down properly clump together inside brains affected by PD, proteins that are not broken down properly clump together inside brain cells.

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  • Cells isolated from the umbilical cord of the newborn injected into rats repaired brain injuries by becoming brain cells [7] .

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  • The scientists managed to stimulate single brain cells in the rat cortex.

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  • Bandolier hopes that transmission disequilibrium tests that are free of bias due to population stratification can wait till brain cells have a good day.

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  • For example, we do not want our brain cells to make liver enzymes or skin cells to manufacture blood.

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  • It acts by blocking a messenger chemical called glutamate which is produced by the brain cells damaged by the disease.

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  • They also showed in lab experiments that EPO blunted the toxic effects of the drug haloperidol on brain cells.

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  • Herculean task for his four remaining brain cells.

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  • Studies in animals have suggested that lack of the B vitamin niacin can damage brain cells.

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  • Researchers have already devised relatively noninvasive means of extracting such brain cells from patients.

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  • Whatever the cause, some brain cells die from oxygen starvation.

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  • The idea of replacing old, damaged brain cells with spanking new ones is not original.

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  • The tau protein is one such scaffold protein in brain cells.

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  • Serotonin allows for communication between brain cells and also helps to regulate breathing and blood pressure.

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  • The only way to diagnose rabies is to send brain cells for examination.

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  • Under the right circumstances, brain cells may be able to form new connections, essentially restoring some lost functionality.

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  • Iron is needed to boost energy, maintain the immune system, and help brain cells properly function.

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  • Learning new skills such as playing a musical instrument or practicing a new language help older people keep brain cells alive.

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  • He identified this fatal brain disorder and its destruction of brain cells.

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  • As Alzheimer's disease attacks certain brain areas, the associated functions become impaired as the brain cells die off.

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  • As scientists have since learned, motor and cognitive skills deteriorate as brain cells and connections between nerve cells die.

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  • As Alzheimer's disease progresses, the functions of these brain structures will be impaired as brain cells die.For example, another symptom of the disease is a change in social behavior.

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  • If blood flow is hindered for longer than a few seconds, brain cells may die and leave behind permanent damage.

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  • Tiny bubbles begin to form in the brain cells in the thalamus - the part of the brain that controls sleep.

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  • Francis Crick and Graeme Mitchison, two former researchers at the Salk Institute in California proposed that the purpose of dreaming is to remove undesirable interactions in the networks in the brain cells.

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  • The body parts controlled by those damaged brain cells lose their ability to function.

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  • Under normal circumstances, information is transmitted in the brain by means of electrical discharges from brain cells.

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  • Fetal tissue transplantation-A method of treating Parkinson's and other neurological diseases by grafting brain cells from human fetuses onto the basal ganglia.

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  • Human adults cannot grow new brain cells but developing fetuses can.

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  • Grafting fetal tissue stimulates the growth of new brain cells in affected adult brains.

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  • The number of brain cells decreases, and abnormal deposits and structural arrangements occur.

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  • These disorders are associated with imbalances in certain chemicals that carry signals between brain cells (neurotransmitters).

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  • CoQ10 also plays an important role in protecting the brain cells from oxidative stress.

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  • A little at a time, people lose brain cells.

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  • Mitochondria are components in cells that create energy, and some theorize that mitochondria dysfunction in brain cells may lead to the symptoms of autism.

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  • Researchers are trying to find out how to nudge the stem cells into the right direction to form functioning brain cells.

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  • A combination of the two kinds of remedy is sometimes useful, and chloral sometimes succeeds when other things fail, because it depresses the circulation as well as lessens the activity of the brain-cells.

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