EAA

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AcronymDefinition
EAAExperimental Aircraft Association
EAAEast African Airlines (Uganda)
EAAEssex Air Ambulance (est. 1997; UK)
EAAÉcole d'Arts Appliqués (French: School of Applied Arts; various locations)
EAAEuropean Acoustics Association
EAAExport Administration Act
EAAEuropean Academy of Andrology (est. 1992)
EAAEuropean Accounting Association (est. 1977)
EAAEuropean Aluminium Association (Brussels, Belgium)
EAAEstate Agents Authority (Hong Kong)
EAAEssential Amino Acid
EAAEmergence of Advertising in America (Duke University; North Carolina)
EAAÉcole d'Application de l'Artillerie (French: Artillery Application School)
EAAEthylene Acrylic Acid
EAAEncyclopedia of Astronomy and Astrophysics
EAAExtra Actuals Access
EAAEuropean Aquatic Association (Italy)
EAAEuropean Association of Archaeologists
EAAEverglades Agricultural Area
EAAExcitatory Amino Acid
EAAEuropean Athletic Association
EAAEdwards Aquifer Authority (Texas)
EAAEuropean Accessibility Act (EU)
EAAEducation Accountability Act (various locations)
EAAEnvironmental Assessment Association
EAAExtrinsic Allergic Alveolitis
EAAEnterprise Application Architecture
EAAEducational Audiology Association
EAAEuropean Anglers Alliance (Brussels, Belgium)
EAAEngineers and Architects Association
EAAEuropean Academy of Anaesthesiology
EAAEqual Access Act of 1984
EAAElettronica Applicata All'Automazione (Italian electronics company)
EAAEurope-American Aviation (Florida)
EAAErotic Authors Association (est. 2000)
EAAEcotourism Association of Australia
EAAEmployment Agencies Act
EAAEntretiens Annuels d'Activité (French: Annual Performance Activity)
EAAEnergy Assessment Agency
EAAExport Achievement Award
EAAEuropean American Armory Corporation
EAAEagan Athletic Association (Eagan, Minnesota)
EAAEastern Agency on Aging
EAAEdge Anti-Aliasing
EAAEurope Africa & Asia
EAAEnterprise Active Archive (software)
EAAExclusive Area Agreement (aviation security)
EAAExpertise Audit Associés (French accounting company)
EAAEnemies and Allies (roleplaying games, Dungeons & Dragons)
EAAElite American Assassins (gaming group)
EAAEarly Adolescence - Adolescence (teaching licensure)
EAAEnd Article Application
EAAEvacuee Assembly Area
EAAEmployee Activity Association, Inc.
EAAEducation Access Africa
EAAEconomic Analysis Application
EAAEquipment Approval Authority
EAAExclusive Agency Agreement (commercial real estate)
EAAEarliest Available Agent (Sprint)
EAAeBusiness Application Automation
EAAEngineer's Degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics
EAAExtended Alternating Automata
EAAEligible and Allocated
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[sup][27] Cerebral damage induced by oxidative stress during DHCA attracts lots of attention, and excitatory amino acids were observed to increase significantly after DHCA.
Rutherford, "Selective antinociceptive effect of excitatory amino acid antagonists in intact and acute spinal rats," Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, vol.
(9) reported that Mephenesin might be an antagonist of excitatory amino acids and might have NMDA-blocking activity and proposed that the NMDA-blocking activity of Mephenesin might be relevant to its muscle relaxing activity.
Grillner, "Excitatory amino acids and synaptic transmission: the evidence for a physiological function," Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, vol.
After traumatic brain injury the release of the excitatory amino acid glutamate (Glu) and aspartate (Asp), measured in interstitial fluid of the brain and in CSF, was strongly correlated with increased ICP, secondary brain injury, and poor outcome [32-34].
For example, in one study, the investigators injected a damage-triggering excitatory amino acid into rats and measured the amount of injury it created in a brain region called the hypothalamus.
Effects of ovarian steroids on gonadotropin response to N-methyl-D-aspartate and on hypothalamic excitatory amino acid levels during sexual maturation in female rats.
Ischemia of intact dorsal root ganglia (DRG) in situ leads to massive neuron death due to ischemia-triggered secondary events, such as massive release of excitatory amino acids from the neurons, their excessive accumulation and activation of neuron NMDA and other receptors, acidification, and loss of calcium homeostasis.
These findings suggest that increased plasma levels of the excitatory amino acid may be a risk factor for alcohol-induced brain atrophy, said Dr.
on a treatment for hyperparathyroidism (HPT); its calcilytics (for osteoporosis) program with with SmithKline Beecham PLC; its work on excitatory amino acid receptor antagonists with Eli Lilly and Co.; its partnership with Janssen Pharmaceutica Inc.
The excitatory amino acid receptors: their classes, pharmacology, and distinct properties in the function of the central nervous system.
Excitatory amino acids cause the death of neurons with toxicity, introduced via the aspartate receptor (aspartate is an excitatory amino acid).
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