Neuronal Signaling Mechanisms Recommendations
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- » Calcium (stores, binding, release)
- » Endocytosis
- » Intracellular signaling pathways (incl. second messengers, G-proteins)
- » Ligand-gated channels
- » Localization, cytoskeleton interaction and traffic of signal components
- » Molecular mechanisms of exocytosis
- » Neuropharmacology mechanisms (not behavior)
- » Neurotransmitters/neuromodulators
- » Neurotrophic/growth factor signaling
- » Receptor signaling
- » Signaling-related diseases/disorders (e.g. channelopathies)
- » Synaptic structure/function (incl. LTP and other adaptive mechanisms)
- » Transporters
- » Voltage-gated channels
In many brain circuits, neurons co-express slow-acting neuropeptides and fast amino acid neurotransmitters. The impact of endogenous neuropeptide signalling on the electrical activity of target neurons, and the respective roles of neuropeptidergic and amino-acidergic neurotransmission...
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