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Neuromediator, Neuromodulator, Neurotransmitter?
Of these three words, perhaps Neurotransmitter is the most obvious. I took a look at Wikipedia page for Neuromodulation and found that this is pretty similar to Neurotransmitter too. I guess ...
Aug 13 '13 at 8:11
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