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Hi, my name is Milla, I'm from Brazil and I would like to join this group because I study neuroscience in focus in Parkinson´s disease in the research on "behavior and motor learning". So, I want to share with you guys some articles about neuroplasticity that I've studied, and I hope you like.
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Ethan Perlstein
Hello All, I'm new to Mendeley so forgive my inexperience. Yesterday I posted my lab's recent paper using yeast as a model for the neurotrophic hypothesis of depression. How do I catalyze discussion on my paper on Mendeley? Thanks!
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Considering all forms of neural plasticity, short and long term, synaptic and intrinsic. Neuromodulation of plasticity (via neurotransmitters like dopamine, acethylcholine, serotonin, noradrenaline, neuropeptides and hormones). Role of brain rhythms (delta, theta, gamma) and cross-frequency coupling (e.g, nested theta-gamma) in plasticity induction. Physiological plasticity in functional learning and pathological plasticity in brain diseases (like Parkinson, dystonia, different forms of depression, etc)

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