What is dissociated?

  • (adj): Having had the relation broken.
    Synonyms: unconnected

Some articles on dissociated:

Multielectrode Array - Applications - In Vitro
... The nature of dissociated neuronal networks does not seem to change or diminish the character of its pharmacological response when compared to in vivo models, suggesting that MEAs can be used to study pharmacological ... A number of pharmacological studies using MEAs on dissociated neuronal networks, e.g ... phenomena usually studied at the behavioral level to the dissociated cortical network level ...
Dissociated Sensory Loss
... Dissociated sensory loss is a pattern of neurological damage caused by a lesion to a single tract in the spinal cord which involves selective loss of fine touch and ... Dissociated sensory loss always suggests a focal lesion within the spinal cord or brainstem ... Other causes of dissociated sensory loss include Diabetes mellitus Syringomyelia Brown-Séquard syndrome Lateral medullary syndrome aka Wallenberg's syndrome Anterior spinal artery thrombosis Tangier ...
Speciation Of Ions
... be deduced from this expression that when the acid is 1% dissociated, that is, when / = 100, pH = pKa − 2 when the acid is 50% dissociated, that is ... An acid with pKa = −2 would be 99% dissociated at pH 0, that is, in a 1 M HCl solution ... Strong acids are said to be fully dissociated ...
Multielectrode Array - Theory
... An MEA can be used to perform electrophysiological experiments on tissue slices or dissociated cell cultures ... and plating are more or less preserved, while the intercellular connections in dissociated cultures are destroyed prior to plating ... With dissociated neuronal cultures, the neurons spontaneously form networks ...
Hypnosis - The State Versus Non-state Debate - Mind-dissociation
... types of dissociation that may occur the subject's imagination is dissociated and sends the imagined content back to the sensory cortex resulting in dreams or hallucinations some ...