Human Cognition Epigenetics

Epigenetic mechanisms of pathological process have been implicated in several Central nervous system diseases, containing neurodevelopmental disorders of cognition where interruption in learning and memory are the primary clinical abnormality. Cognition generally refers to the mental processes comprising the gain of knowledge and the ability to comprehend the same. There are about 86 billion neurons in the human brain, which are from sets of large and small scale synaptic networks. These networks form structures that function as networks for learning and cognition.

  • Cognitive neuroepigenetics
  • Epigenetic code
  • Role of MAPK signaling in regulating epigenetic changes
  • Epigenetic interventions

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