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ACHAutomated Clearing House
ACHAlcohol
ACHArkansas Children's Hospital (Little Rock, AR)
ACHAir Changes per Hour (ventilation)
ACHAcetylcholine
ACHAssociation for Computers and the Humanities
ACHAdult Care Home
ACHAnything Can Happen (various meanings)
ACHAnalysis of Competing Hypotheses (intelligence analysis)
ACHAchondroplasia
ACHAll Children's Hospital (St. Petersburg, FL)
ACHAuthentic Custom Homes
ACHAccess Feedback Channel
ACHAuckland City Hospital (New Zealand)
ACHAluminium Chlorohydrate (salts)
ACHAutomotive Components Holdings (various locations)
ACHAdvanced Combat Helmet
ACHAcute Care Hospital (various locations)
ACHAccess Channel
ACHAcademic Credit Hours
ACHAllen County Hospital (Iola, KS)
ACHArmy Community Hospital
ACHAircraft Hangar (USAF bare base deployable aircraft shelter)
ACHAngeles Crest Highway (California SR2)
ACHAssociation of Children's Hospices (UK)
ACHArea Combined Headquarters
ACHArmada de Chile (Spanish: Chilean Navy)
ACHA Concentrated High (coagulant)
ACHAdrenal Cortical Hormone
ACHAlice Cook House (Cornell University; New York)
ACHAmerican College of Heraldry
ACHAutomated Charge
ACHAttempts per Circuit per Hour
ACHAssociation Coopération Humanitaire (French: Humanitarian Cooperation Association; est. 1992)
ACHAgent Charge (freight forwarding)
ACHAmerican Clearinghouse
ACHAbove Counter Height (construction blueprints)
ACHAssault Craft Helmet (Gentex)
ACHAntenna Selection Reference Signal Channel
ACHAdler-Coppersmith-Hasner (algorithm)
ACHACCS Common Hardware
ACHAverage Call Handle (time; call center metric)
ACHAlpha-Cellulose Hydrolysis
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In a recent review of several trials in Alzheimer's patients, treatments that boost acetylcholine are associated with more than 20% lower overall mortality.
This effect has been suggested to imply an anticholinergic as well as cholinergic activity due to their efficacy in increasing the release of acetylcholine.
Not only will it aid in preventing the destruction of acetylcholine but it will also help keep your blood sugar in good order.
Acetylcholine was infused down the pressure wire in 151 subjects diagnosed with angina with no obstructive coronary artery diseases before they left the catheter lab.
By being able to see acetylcholine and other neurotransmitters in action in fluorescent color, doctors will be able to establish a baseline for good health and then work to restore that in patients with neurological diseases.
Acetylcholine level was dramatically higher in WAS group than the sham control, which is consistent with the previous study [12] and indicates that acetylcholine may be released in the inflammatory or non-inflammatory algesia models and mediate the antinociceptive effect.
Parsons, "Demonstration of a receptor in Torpedo synaptic vesicles for the acetylcholine storage blocker L-trans-2-(4-phenyl[3,4-3H]-piperidino)cyclohexanol," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
Subsequently, the tissue was exposed to acetylcholine (100 [micro]M) and recordings were obtained at 0.5, 1.0, 1.5 and 2.0 min.
The scientists suspect the benefit resulted from the impact of increased levels of acetylcholine directly on neurons and their supportive cells in that region.
Prolongation of acetylcholine (ACh) release into the neuronal synaptic cleft has been targeted as a means of increasing cholinergic functions in AD, which can be achieved by blocking enzymatic hydrolysis of acetylcholine by AChE [5].
Results: The percent responses with acetylcholine, serotonin and paroxetine were 100, 158.7 and 6.45 percent respectively indicating that acetylcholine and serotonin causes an increase in contractility of isolated ileal smooth muscle in comparison to paroxetine which has a depressant effect on motility.
Thirty minutes after the restoration of basal tension (see Preparation of aortic rings), [10.sup.-9]-[10.sup.-5] M amfepramone and [10.sup.-9]-[10.sup.-5] M acetylcholine, a positive control of vasorelaxation, were cumulatively added to intact rat aortic rings.