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Fampridine-SR closes the exposed channels, and enables the nerve fiber to transmit nerve impulses again.
Petering notes, for example, that most of the basic understanding of how nerve impulses are conducted arose from studies of the large nerve axon of the squid.
Babor Mimical Control stops the nerve impulses that cause muscle contractions which may lead to wrinkling, executives at the Palm Beach, FL-based company said.
In small controlled quantities it interrupts nerve impulses and paralyses muscles and can be used to smooth fine lines and wrinkles on the face.
The wingbeat cycle of the fruitfly lasts just five milliseconds - too fast to be wholly controlled by nerve impulses.
Human retinal nerve impulses and eye movement can be faster than one-twenty-fifth of a second.
The brain communicates with the body by sending out nerve impulses that flow down the spinal cord and its nerve roots, and a millisecond later, these impulses travel back up again to the brain.
Scientists have found that by placing small sensors on the throat, they can capture the nerve impulses that result from sub-vocal speech--the nearly silent speech that results when you talk to yourself.
The auditory nerve is stimulated by these electric currents and transmits nerve impulses to the brain, where they are understood as sounds.
The cilia are full of very sensitive nerves that change that fluid motion into nerve impulses that travel through your auditory nerve to your brain, and your brain then senses Emme & Emme with an amplified subwoofer thump.
It can be epilepsy, caused by disorganised nerve impulses in the brain, but there are many other causes.
Dopamine is involved with transmission of nerve impulses throughout the brain, and is the precursor to norepinephrine, thought to be essential in regulating impulse control, organization and attention.