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  • Perspective   
    Psychiatric disorders in molecular and cellular mechanisms of cognitive function
    Author(s): Kevin Scott and John Harris*

    Recent research on the molecular and cellular foundation of learning and memory has gotten us closer than ever to figuring out how synaptic plasticity works and how it relates to memory formation. Because the same mutant mice may be analysed using molecular, cellular, circuit, and behavioural tools, genetic approaches have played a key role in these recent findings. As a result, the findings can be utilised to build models that span multiple levels of analytical complexity, bridging the gap between the the biochemistry of the cha- -nged protein and the behaviour of mutant mice. These discoveries not only improve our understanding of learning and memory, but they also help us Many cognitive and emotional functions in humans are expected to be influenced by mechanisms driving long-term alterations in synapse function. As a result, molecular and cellular insights into learning and memory.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37532/puljcpcs.22.6(4).41- 42

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