... a disease which, through disabling the immune system and changing the chemical
balance of the nervous system , makes the brain react as if there were an ... diseases first disable the immune system before proceeding to change the chemical
makeup in different parts of the nervous system , making the ...
... , or treatment of a condition. Osmotherapy usually consists of creating a chemical
gradient against the tissue to be treated, to assist with chemical
For example, osmotherapy can be used to treat a patient who ...
Depolarization-induced suppression of inhibition
... of the target cell. This messenger then diffused "backwards" to the pre-synaptic cell, where it caused a reduction in neurotransmitter release.
messengers presumed to be responsible for mediating DSI was discovered by three separate groups in 2001. Wilson & Nicoll (2001) published their ...
Disease causative agent
... causative agent usually refers to a biological pathogen that causes a disease. Technically, the term can also refer to a toxin or toxic chemical
that causes illness, however.
... clinical pathologist.
Sub-specialties within clinical pathology include the following:
Clinical chemistry (A board-certifiable subspecialty, chemical
pathology , in the U.S.)
Hematology and Flow cytometry (Part of a board-certifiable subspecialty, hematology , in the U.S.)
Blood banking / ...
... at community pharmacies ( chemists' shops or drugstores ) and at hospital pharmacies and hospitals .
Some pharmaconomists work within the chemical
industry , the pharmaceutical industry and in medical or clinical laboratories .
Other pharmaconomists teach pharmacy students and ...