Debate: Are there silent parts in the brain, Yes! J. Thome, Germany

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1. Are there silent parts in the brain

1.1. university of Wales Swansea

2. Silent brain infarcts

2.1. neurologically silent, but.. not really silent

3. Visualisation of disturbed informtion processing in schizophrenia (braus et al 2002)

4. Silencing

4.1. macro scopic

4.1.1. functional level

4.1.1.1. thalamus

4.1.1.1.1. filter

4.1.1.1.2. gatekeeper

4.1.1.2. Brain as "Spam filter"

4.1.1.3. Disturbances in this system may lead to neuropsychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia

4.2. cellular

4.2.1. silent synapses

4.2.2. silenced by activity?

4.2.3. dichotomy between excitation and inhibition

4.2.4. tagamets and horowitz 2001

4.2.4.1. Local circuits of excitatory and inhibitory neurons

4.2.4.2. Excitatory and inhibitory afferents

4.2.4.2.1. balance

4.3. molecular

4.3.1. Dual mechanism of repression via the NRSF-NRSE interaction

4.3.1.1. roopra et al 2001, mol intervent

4.3.2. Insufficient silencing can be a cause of disease

5. Meeting notes by

5.1. Paul de Roos

5.1.1. www.twitter.com/paulderoos

5.1.2. www.paulderoos.com

5.2. Mindmap hosted on

5.2.1. www.neurologytraining.eu

5.2.1.1. Twitter:

5.2.1.1.1. www.twitter.com/trainneurology

5.3. Meeting

5.3.1. Controversies in Neurology

5.3.1.1. Linkt to website

5.3.2. Plenary session overview

5.3.2.1. Link to mindmap

6. summary

6.1. during development

6.1.1. eg apoptosis, silent synapses

6.2. under pathological conditions

6.2.1. eg neurodegeneration, inflammation, stroke, tumours

6.3. physiologically

6.4. silence

6.4.1. is a possible state of neuron populations, necessary for brain functioning

6.4.2. can be observed in several levels

6.4.3. inducable and reversible