Receptors in the Evolution and Development of the Brain



Receptors in the Evolution and Development of the Brain Matter into Mind presents the key role of receptors and their cognate ligands in wiring the mammalian brain from an evolutionary developmental biology perspective It examines receptor function in the evolution and development of the nervous system in the large vertebrate brain, and discusses rapid eye movement sleep and apoptosis as mechanisms to destroy miswired neurons Possible links between trophic deficits and connectional diseases including Alzheimer s, Parkinson s, and ALS are also discussed This book is extremely useful to those with an interest in the molecular and cellular neurosciences, including those in cognitive and clinical branches of this subject, and anyone interested in how the incredibly complex human brain can build itself.Provides an understanding of the key role receptors play in brain development and the selection process necessary to construct a large brainTraces the evolution of receptors from the most primitive organisms to humansEmphasizes the roles that REM sleep and apoptosis play in this selection via trophic factors and receptorsDescribes the role that trophic factor receptor interactions play throughout life and how trophic deficits can lead to connectional diseases, including Alzheimer s, Parkinson s and ALSProvides a potential mechanism whereby neuronal stem cells can cure these diseases Free Read [ Receptors in the Evolution and Development of the Brain ] author [ Richard E Fine ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – tiffanydaniels.co.ukReceptors in the Evolution and Development of the Brain

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  • Paperback
  • 300 pages
  • Receptors in the Evolution and Development of the Brain
  • Richard E Fine
  • 17 March 2018
  • 0128110120

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