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Both neural and endocrine in structure or function.‘neuroendocrine cells’‘the neuroendocrine system’
- ‘Further studies may provide insight into the precise role of this receptor in neuroendocrine cells.’
- ‘The authors propose that aspirin may work by blocking the output of the hypothalamus, which in turn affects the neuroendocrine and autonomic responses important in the perception of fatigue.’
- ‘For example, stress has been shown to affect major physiological systems - autonomic, neuroendocrine, and immune.’
- ‘It is unusual for a neuroendocrine tumour to secrete more than one hormone, so we considered whether the patient could have heterophilic antibodies.’
- ‘Stress mediated responses in the neuroendocrine and immune systems have been considered possible mechanisms for the effects of racism on health.’
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