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By inserting genes into the brain to increase or decrease neuron excitability, the researchers learned that the most excited neurons in the area will become part of the engram.
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The reflex excitability is lowered and the sensibility diminished.
A STATISTICAL INQUIRY INTO THE NATURE AND TREATMENT OF EPILEPSYALEXANDER HUGHES BENNETT
It had been a brilliant brain, and that very excitability that had lent its brilliance was fatal to it now.
SIX WOMENVICTORIA CROSS
Here we may see the universal transition from sensibility to acute excitability which is a source of many quarrels.
CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGYHANS GROSS
The climate of Florida is also of peculiar advantage in all diseases attended by nervous excitability.
PALMETTO-LEAVESHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
Whether they recognize each other by touch or by their mutual excitability I do not know.
APPLETONS' POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY, FEBRUARY 1900VARIOUS
Too great excitability, irresponsibility and supersensitiveness, are the weakest points of this type.
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Acts principally by reducing excitability of gray matter of brain.
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The effect of continued light on Mimosa is an enhancement of excitability.
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They prove conclusively the diurnal variation of excitability in Mimosa.
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