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- From Molecules to Networks - An introduction to cellular and molecular neuroscience
In this section topics of interest include, but are not limited to, neurotransmitters, neurotransmission, gliotransmission, synaptic transmission, neuropsychopharmacology, cell signaling, neurophysiology, neurogenetics and neurogenomics.
We will only briefly depict developmental disorders that result from perturbations of these cellular or molecular mechanisms, and the most common perinatal brain injuries that could disturb normal brain development. Human brain development starts with neurulation from the ectoderm of the embryo and it takes, on average, 20 to 25 years to mature. This protracted process is presented as both physical and experience-based maturation. Building this most complex and highly organized organ involves the generation of a wide variety of specialized neural and non-neural cell types that must be produced in the correct numbers, at appropriate locations and with the right timing.
An understanding of the nervous system at virtually any level of analysis requires an understanding of its basic building block, the neuron. The third edition of From Molecules to Networks provides the solid foundation of the morphological, biochemical, and biophysical properties of nerve cells. In keeping with previous editions, the unique content focus on cellular and molecular neurobiology and related computational neuroscience is maintained and enhanced.
All chapters have been thoroughly revised for this third edition to reflect the significant advances of the past five years. The new edition expands on the network aspects of cellular neurobiology by adding new coverage of specific research methods e. Written and edited by leading experts in the field, the third edition completely and comprehensively updates all chapters of this unique textbook and insures that all references to primary research represent the latest results.
Byrne is an internationally acclaimed Neuroscientist. Heidelberger is an accomplished cellular neurophysiologist specializing in mechanisms of neurotransmitter release. She received her doctoral training under the guidance of Gary Matthews and her postdoctoral training under the direction of Nobel Laureate Erwin Neher.
Heidelberger is a former president and executive board member of the Biophysical Society's Subgroup on Exocytosis and Endocytosis and serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Neurophysiology. She has directed and taught graduate-level courses in cellular neurophysiology and membrane biophysics for more than a decade.
He has developed and directed graduate-level courses in cellular and molecular neurobiology for more than two decades. He is at once a first class experimentalist, bringing to bear a variety of cellular, molecular and imaging approaches to study the mechanisms of learning and memory storage.
Here his work has led to a number of penetrating insights, including the first demonstration of operant conditioning in Aplysia. This has led to his finding a series of paradigms for enhancing memory storage that are quite remarkable. Conveying the integrated story to readers coherently is a major task.
This third edition of the now classic From Molecules to Networks text accomplishes all of this with elegance, even better than the preceding two volumes.
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From molecules to networks : an introduction to cellular and molecular neuroscience
Molecular neuroscience is a branch of neuroscience that observes concepts in molecular biology applied to the nervous systems of animals. The scope of this subject covers topics such as molecular neuroanatomy , mechanisms of molecular signaling in the nervous system , the effects of genetics and epigenetics on neuronal development, and the molecular basis for neuroplasticity and neurodegenerative diseases. In molecular biology , communication between neurons typically occurs by chemical transmission across gaps between the cells called synapses. The transmitted chemicals, known as neurotransmitters , regulate a significant fraction of vital body functions. It is possible to chemically identify certain neurotransmitters such as catecholamines by fixing neural tissue sections with formaldehyde. This can give rise to formaldehyde-induced fluorescence when exposed to ultraviolet light.
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An understanding of the nervous system at virtually any level of analysis requires an understanding of its basic building block, the neuron. The third edition of From Molecules to Networks provides the solid foundation of the morphological, biochemical, and biophysical properties of nerve cells. In keeping with previous editions, the unique content focus on cellular and molecular neurobiology and related computational neuroscience is maintained and enhanced. All chapters have been thoroughly revised for this third edition to reflect the significant advances of the past five years. The new edition expands on the network aspects of cellular neurobiology by adding new coverage of specific research methods e. Written and edited by leading experts in the field, the third edition completely and comprehensively updates all chapters of this unique textbook and insures that all references to primary research represent the latest results.
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From Molecules to Networks - An introduction to cellular and molecular neuroscience
This work is principally being conducted along two empirical fronts: genetics — quantitative and molecular — and brain imaging. Fundamentals of Neuroscience is a three-course series that explores the structure and function of the nervous system—from the inner workings of a single nerve cell to the staggering complexity of the brain and the social interactions they enable. Journal published studies of the brain and language, and language function and learning from a cognitive neuroscience perspective.
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