Changeux

Chan·geux

(shahn-zhew'),
Jean-Pierre, 20th-century French biochemist. See: Monod-Wyman-Changeux model.
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The emergence of molecular biological and omics approaches confirmed that neurotransmitter receptors do, in fact, belong to large superfamilies that share common structural and functional properties (see Hille, 1989; Walker et al., 1996; Changeux, 2012).
Jean-Pierre Changeux believes that "artistic and scientific creation are part of an individual history which itself stems from an anterior historical evolution" ("Creation" 4).
Changeux, "Neural mechanisms for access to consciousness," in The Cognitive Neurosciences III, M.
The Monod, Wyman and Changeux theory (MWC) focuses on a particular regulation of biochemical activity, allosteric regulation or, as they themselves call it, the "allosteric mechanism" (Monod, Wyman and Changeux 1965, p.
Al menos asi lo expresa claramente los titulos de las obras de Jean-Pierre Changeux, El hombre neuronal, o de Joseph Leroux, El yo sinaptico.
Changeux, "Nicotine and serotonin in immune regulation and inflammatory processes: a perspective," Journal of Leukocyte Biology, vol.
Changeux, "A neurocomputational hypothesis for nicotine addiction," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.