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  1. Brain Facts: Glossary (Society for Neuroscience)  
    Brain Diseases/Reference Desk ... Brain Diseases ... Society for Neuroscience
  2. KCNK9 imprinting syndrome is a rare condition characterized by weak muscle tone (hypotonia) from birth. As a result, affected infants have a lack of energy ( ...
  3. The SCN9A gene belongs to a family of genes that provide instructions for making sodium channels. These channels, which transport positively charged sodium ...
  4. The SCN1A gene belongs to a family of genes that provide instructions for making sodium channels. These channels, which transport positively charged sodium ...
  5. The KCNK9 gene provides instructions for making a protein called TASK3, which functions as a potassium channel. Potassium channels transport positively charged ...
  6. The CLCN1 gene provides instructions for making a type of protein called a chloride channel. These channels, which transport negatively charged chlorine ...
  7. ... Each muscle fiber that contracts will produce an action potential. The presence, size, and shape of the wave form of the action potential produced on the oscilloscope, provides information about the ...
  8. ... Rippling muscle disease may be caused by "silent" action potentials in the tubular system of skeletal muscle fibers. ...
  9. Kennedy's Disease Association (Kennedy's Disease Association)  
    ... lack of full understanding of their mechanisms of action, potential off-target effects, and unfavorable pharmacokinetic profiles limits ...
  10. Warning Signs of Mental Illnesses (American Psychiatric Association) - PDF  
    Mental Disorders/Start Here ... Mental Disorders ... American Psychiatric Association ... PDF ... Learn about the early warning signs of mental illness, symptoms, and how ...
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