D.J. MacGregor

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The nematode nervous system employs many of the same neurotransmitters as are found in higher animals. The inactivation of neurotransmitters is absolutely essential for the correct functioning of the nervous system. In this article we discuss the various mechanisms used generally in animal nervous systems for synaptic inactivation of neurotransmitters and(More)
The task of the vasopressin system is homeostasis, a type of process which is fundamental to the brain's regulation of the body, exists in many different systems, and is vital to health and survival. Many illnesses are related to the dysfunction of homeostatic systems, including high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes. Beyond the vasopressin system's own(More)
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