NeurocytoChemistry

Track 21: Neurocytochemistry

Daily activities like generating movement, ability to concentrate, think and speak and to control the body systems is permitted by union of chemical messaging in the brain. Neurochemistry is the study of neurochemicals together with neurotransmitters and those that alternates the functioning of neurons in the brain. Due to imbalances of reliable neurotransmitters in the brain, Several neurological conditions, like movement disorders, depression and Parkinson disease occurs.

Recent innovations in neurochemistry are using Novel combination of ion channels inhibitor in treatment of Neurotrauma. Also, neurocytochemical features in Weaver Syndrome were studied. Weaver Syndrome is a genetic disease of purebred and crossbred Brown Swiss cattle characterized by ataxia, leg weakness and dysmetria.

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