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For example, a 2017 study demonstrated that nerve signals could be used for precise control of prosthetic limbs.
For example, at least half a dozen studies have found that stimulating the limb area acupoint can suppress systemic inflammation, partially through the vagus nerve.
From remembering facts or conversations to improving musical or athletic skills, learning alters connections between nerve cells called synapses.
The toxin, known by the initials TTX, stops nerve cells from sending signals that tell muscles to move.
Contradictory evidence means that no one knows whether SARS-CoV-2 can infect nerve cells in the brain directly, and if so, whether the virus’s route to the brain can sometimes start in the nose.
RAS is a hormone system that regulates blood pressure, electrolytes or minerals within the body that help regulate muscle and nerve function, and cardiovascular function.
Such minerals keep nerves, muscle and other tissues healthy.
The bee did not have the nerve network it needed to perform the simple task.
This activity comes from the brain’s nerve cells, called neurons.
An opioid is any chemical that binds to opioid receptors on nerve cells, thereby blocking pain signals.

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