neuronal plasticity

neuronal plasticity

Neurophysiology
1. The ability of neurons to stabilize or alter synapses.
2. The malleability of cortical representations of sensory and motor innervation, which has a range of 10-14 mm in the somatosensory cortex in animal models that have undergone long-term loss of sensory nerves in the forelimbs. See Long-term potentiation, Synaptic plasticity.
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BDNF and schizophrenia: from neurodevelopment to neuronal plasticity, learning, and memory.
Examination of the animals' brains revealed that boosting [NAD.sup.+] restored neuronal plasticity to cells in the brain's main memory bank, the hippocampus.
[7] It has unique neurotrophic activity that enhances neurogenesis, neuronal survival, provides neuromodulatory action, increases neuronal plasticity and neuronal repair and has neuro-immunotrophic actions.
GABAB receptors can affect the regulation of memory related neuronal plasticity and they are also known to be associated with the mechanism of epileptogenesis (Iqbal and Gillani, 2016).
Frischknecht, "Neuronal plasticity in the juvenile and adult brain regulated by the extracellular matrix," in Composition and Function of the Extracellular Matrix in the Human Body, F Travascio, Ed., INTECH, Rijeka, Croatia, 2016.
It plays an important role in various aspects of neuronal plasticity, such as neurogenesis, learning and memory, long-term potentiation (LTP), and mood changes.
"Sleep enables neuronal plasticity processes, which are required for stroke recovery."
Thus, hyperoxia-triggered changes in neuronal plasticity gene expression were significantly ameliorated by single Epo treatment.
The organization of receptor placement creates different wave properties that are relevant to the formation of neuronal plasticity. Uptake of Ca2+ is by energy-dependent ER calcium ATPase pumps or SERCA, a family of pumps expressed in patterns relevant to the needs of the cell and brain region.
Antidepressantlike effects of 3,6'-disinapoyl sucrose on hippocampal neuronal plasticity and neurotrophic signal pathway in chronically mild stressed rats.

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