alexa Small GTP-binding Proteins for Treatment of Cognitive Disorders

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Small GTP-binding Proteins for Treatment of Cognitive Disorders

Recent findings indicate that early brain overgrowth could be a key factor in the patho-biology of autism and other disorder with learning disabilites, and that anomalous neuronal wiring might play a role when is affecting brain regions involved in cognition. Thus, precise synaptic connectivity is crucial for normal brain function and a common anatomical pathology associated with autism and cognitive disability is an alteration of that connectivity due to an irregular morphology of the dendritic spines in the neurons.

Citation: Tejada-Simon (2014) Small GTP-binding Proteins: A Future for the Treatment of Cognitive Disorders?. Brain Disord Ther 3:114.

 
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