• significantly
  • Densities of tachykinin NK(1) receptor-binding sites were significantly increased in the cerebral cortex following repeated electroconvulsive shock compared to sham treated animals. (ox.ac.uk)
  • effect
  • the therapeutic head, the acoustic pulse will be converted to the exact ballistic shock wave , have a good therapeutic effect for musculoskeletal disorder and other. (autochinanet.com)
  • single
  • Neither single nor repeated electroconvulsive shock altered tachykinin NK(1) receptor mRNA in the brain regions examined. (ox.ac.uk)
  • brain
  • In a sense the unexpected shock blows a fuse in the brain which causes a stress response in an associated organ which we know as cancer. (totalhealthinstitute.com)
  • Here, the effects of electroconvulsive shock on tachykinin NK(1) receptor gene expression in the rat brain was investigated. (ox.ac.uk)