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

Are there silent parts in the brain

university of Wales Swansea

Silent brain infarcts

neurologically silent, but.. not really silent

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

Silencing

macro scopic

functional level, thalamus, filter, gatekeeper, Brain as "Spam filter", Disturbances in this system may lead to neuropsychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia

cellular

silent synapses

silenced by activity?

dichotomy between excitation and inhibition

tagamets and horowitz 2001, Local circuits of excitatory and inhibitory neurons, Excitatory and inhibitory afferents, balance

molecular

Dual mechanism of repression via the NRSF-NRSE interaction, roopra et al 2001, mol intervent

Insufficient silencing can be a cause of disease

Meeting notes by

Paul de Roos

www.twitter.com/paulderoos

www.paulderoos.com

Mindmap hosted on

www.neurologytraining.eu, Twitter:, www.twitter.com/trainneurology

Meeting

Controversies in Neurology, Linkt to website

Plenary session overview, Link to mindmap

summary

during development

eg apoptosis, silent synapses

under pathological conditions

eg neurodegeneration, inflammation, stroke, tumours

physiologically

silence

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

can be observed in several levels

inducable and reversible