4 edition of Intrinsic determinants of neuronal form and function found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||editors, Raymond J. Lasek, Mark M. Black.|
|Series||Neurology and neurobiology ;, v. 37|
|Contributions||Lasek, Raymond J., Black, Mark M.|
|LC Classifications||QP361 .M4 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 591 p. :|
|Number of Pages||591|
|LC Control Number||87026088|
Nonsynaptic plasticity is a form of neuroplasticity that involves modification of ion channel function in the axon, dendrites, and cell body that results in specific changes in the integration of excitatory postsynaptic potentials (EPSPs) and inhibitory postsynaptic potentials (IPSPs). Nonsynaptic plasticity is a modification of the intrinsic excitability of the neuron. Apr 22, · During resting and sleeping states, slow fluctuations (Cited by:
This suggests an essential interdependence between neuronal form and function, on the one hand, and the overall architecture and operation of biological neural nets, on the other. Therefore reverse-engineering the circuits of the brain appears likely to reveal . the intrinsic dynamics of large networks of neurons. Using both a semianalytic model based on mean ﬁring rate dynamics and simula-tions with large neuronal networks, we found that the dynamics, and thus the ﬁring patterns, are controlled largely by one parameter, the fraction of endogenously active cells. When no endogenously activeCited by:
Jan 05, · Modulation of the intrinsic neuronal excitability by multifunctional liposomes tailored for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease Anna Binda,1 Alice Panariti,1 Andrea Barbuti,2 Carmen Murano,1 Roberta Dal Magro,1 Massimo Masserini,1,3,4 Francesca Re,1,3,4 Ilaria Rivolta1,3,4 1School of Medicine and Surgery, University of Milano-Bicocca, Monza, Italy; 2Department of Biosciences, The Cited by: 2. Jun 06, · Neuronal Group Selection Theory A framework for understanding and treating disordered motor behavior in children The neurons neighboring a lesioned and thus reduced primary neuronal repertoire change function and become incorporated into the affected repertoire. Recovery of the lesion affected function occurs in the form of a less reduced.
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Feb 01, · Intrinsic Determinants of Neuronal Form and Function (Proceedings of a Meeting on Intrinsic Determinants of Neuronal Form and Function held at the Bio‐architectonics Center, School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, May 12–14, )Author: Irvine G.
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Lasek and M. Black, Alan R. Liss, US$ (xvii + pages) ISBN 0 XCited by: Lmx1a Is an Intrinsic Determinant of Midbrain DA Neurons. Neuronal-subtype specification has been extensively studied in the ventral spinal cord (Jessell, ).
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Author(s): Lasek,Raymond J; Black,Mark M; Meeting on Intrinsic Determinants of Neuronal Form and Function,( Bio-architectonics Center) Title(s): Intrinsic determinants of neuronal form and function: proceedings of a Meeting on Intrinsic Determinants of Neuronal Form and Function, held at the Bio-architectonics Center, School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland.
This paper attempts to view the autistic syndrome in the context of a disorder of brain development. The authors review some of the known or suspected causes of the autistic syndrome: maternal rubella, metabolic diseases, and heredity.
Some basic principles of cellular neuroanatomy and chemical neurotransmission are sketched. The stages of human brain development from neurulation through Cited by: Book Reviews.
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Spatial and temporal arrangement of neuronal intrinsic and extrinsic mechanisms controlling axon regeneration. form functional synapses with appropriate targets and remyelinate to enable transduction of electrical impulses [11 pharmacological and genetic manipulations of Cited by: An important issue in neuronal differentiation concerns the mechanisms by which the microtubule array of the axon is elaborated.
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Intrinsic Determinants of Neurotoxic Aggregate Formation by the Amyloid β Peptide Article in Biophysical Journal 98(8) · April with 51 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Feb 10, · These results demonstrate the importance of intrinsic determinants in structural plasticity and provide an experimental approach to study its role in nervous system function.
Intrinsic Neuronal Determinants Locally Regulate Extrasynaptic and Synaptic Growth at the Adult Neuromuscular Junction | Cited by: Other articles where Intrinsic neuron is discussed: human nervous system: Enteric nervous system: Three functional classes of intrinsic enteric neurons are recognized: sensory neurons, interneurons, and motor neurons.
Sensory neurons, activated by either mechanical or chemical stimulation of the innermost surface of the gut, transmit information to interneurons located within the Auerbach and. protein Ngn2 and neuronal differentiation. Importantly,expressionofLmx1ainembry-onic stem cells results in a robust genera-tion of dopamine neurons with a ‘‘correct’’ midbrain identity.
These data establish that Lmx1a and Msx1 are critical intrinsic dopamine-neuron determinants in. put, however, is also influenced by the intrinsic properties (e.g., ion channels) of the component neurons, which could change over development.
Here, we use patch clamp recordings to show cell-type-specific changes in the intrinsic physiology of HVC projection neurons as a function of vocal development.Dec 10, · Intrinsic plasticity is the persistent modification of a neuron’s intrinsic electrical properties by neuronal or synaptic activity.
It is mediated by changes in the expression level or biophysical properties of ion channels in the membrane, and can affect such diverse processes as synaptic integration, subthreshold signal propagation, spike generation, spike backpropagation, and meta .Dec 12, · At the cellular level, computational neuroanatomy is based on the quantitative description of the structure of individual neurons, the density of neuronal elements within specific brain areas, and their interconnectivity.
An important goal in computational neuroanatomy is to relate the structure to the function, at both the single cell and.