Neurons are the basic cells of the nervous system. They are responsible for transmitting information throughout the body. Propofol is a widely used anesthetic that alters the function of neurons. It is thought to do this by affecting the neurotransmitters that neurons use to communicate with each other. This can lead to changes in the way the nervous system works. Propofol is often used to help people with epilepsy. It can also be used to help people who are having surgery.
A new study published in the journal Nature Communications has found that the anesthetic propofol alters the function of neurons. Propofol is a widely used anesthetic and is commonly used in surgery. The new study found that propofol alters the excitability of neurons and how they communicate with each other. This could have implications for how propofol affects the brain and the body.