neuronal neuronal


  • (adj) of or relating to neurons



  1. These are sticky substances involved in a process known as neuronal cell adhesion.
  2. To fix the problem, researchers injected the mice's brains with neuronal stem cells, a kind of parent cell that can generate any cell type in the central nervous system.


  • Clinton chamber raises money for local nonprofit

    CLINTON — Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau has presented a check to Mabel’s Able, a local nonprofit named for Mabel Larson, 2, who has diagnosed Neuronal Ceroid Lipofucsinosis (NCL).
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Pantagraph


  1. "In addition to the remyelinating activity as previously reported, GRNOPC1 produces growth factors that can improve the survival and extension of neuronal circuitry in the spinal cord," said Thomas Okarma, Geron's chief executive officer.
    on Jan 17, 2007 By: Thomas Okarma Source: Reuters

  2. "There are many important obstacles before our team," Prof Hwang said in London yesterday. "We have to find the exact mechanism to differentiate them into specific cell types, for instance for neuronal diseases, and cells for diabetes and...
    on May 19, 2005 By: Hwang Woo-suk Source:

  3. "These findings suggest that Down syndrome dementia and possibly Alzheimer's disease may begin when neuronal damage in the temporal cortex region reaches the point where increased metabolism can no longer compensate," Haier said. "But to...
    on Dec 23, 2003 By: Richard J. Haier Source: Science Daily (press release)

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