Category Archives: neuronal firing

bioelectric signals and membrane ion channels

Posted comment on ´Bioelectrical Signals and Ion Channels in the Modelling of Multicellular Patterns and Cancer Biophysics` by J. Cervera, A. Alcaraz and S. Mafe published online in Nature Science Reports February 4th 2016 6:20403 doi 10.1038/srep20403 SUMMARY Cervera, Alcaraz … Continue reading

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lithium in drinking water and dementia incidence

Posted comment on ´Association of Lithium in Drinking Water with the Incidence of Dementia` by L.V. Kessing, T.A. Gerds, N.N. Knudsen, L.F. Jorgensen, S.M. Kristiansen, D. Voutchkova, V. Ernsten, J. Schulllehner, B. Hansen, P.K. Andersen and A.K. Ersboll and published … Continue reading

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network reorganisation of procedural memory during sleep

Posted comment on ´Network-wide reorganisation of procedural memory during NREM sleep revealed by fMRI` by S. Vahdat, S. Fogel, H. Benali and J. Dovon and published in eLife 2017;6:e24987 doi 10.7554/eLife.2498 SUMMARY Vahdat and colleagues described in their article their … Continue reading

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event related potentials show primary visual consciousness

Posted comment on ´Cortical Neural Synchronisation Underlies Primary Visual Consciousness of Qualia: Evidence from Event-Related Potentials` by C.Babiloni, N. Marzona, A. Soricelli, S. Cordone, J.C. Millan-Calenti, C. Del Percio and A. Bujan and published in Front.Hum. Neurosci. 30th June 2016, … Continue reading

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adenosine receptors and neuronal firing

Posted comment on ´Adenosine receptors: expression, function and regulation` by S. Sheth, R. Brito, D. Mukherjea, L.P: Rybak and V. Ramkumar and published in International Journal of Molecular Science 2014 15(2) 2024-2052 doi.org/10.3390/ijms15022024 pmcid:pmc3958836 SUMMARY Adenosine receptors (ARs) are G-protein … Continue reading

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GABA B receptor related synaptic inhibition mechanism in the hippocampus

Posted comment on ´Neuronal chloride regulation via KCC2 is modulated through a GABA B receptor protein complex`  by R. Wright, S.E. Newey, A. Ilie, W. Wefelmeyer, J.V. Raimondo, R. Ginham, R.A. J. Mcllhinney and C.J. Akerman and published in Journal … Continue reading

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prefrontal cortex short-term potentiation model for working memory

Posted comment on ´A Spiking Working Memory Model Based on Hebbian Short-Term Potentiation` by F. Fiebig and A. Lansner and published in Journal of Neuroscience 37(1) p. 83: doi.org/10.1523/JNEUROSCI.1989-16.2016 SUMMARY Researchers hypothesize that the encoding and maintenance of informational items … Continue reading

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