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Neuroscience

The nervous system is made up of neurons and non-neuronal cells, glial cells. Neurons are highly specialized cells for the processing and transmission of cellular signals and are key components of the brain and spinal cord. The structure of a typical neuron consists of a cell body called soma, a long thin axon which is covered by the myelin sheath, and around the cell body there are branching dendritic trees that receive signals from other neurons. QIAGEN provides PCR arrays to profile different neurotransmitters, neurotrophins, ion channels, neurogenesis processes, etc. See details here.

Recommended Pathways For Neuroscience
Aging
Alzheimer’s Disease
Amino Acid Metabolism I
Amino Acid Metabolism II
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Autophagy
Brain Cancer
Cell Junction PathwayFinder
Cell Lineage Identification
Circadian Rhythms
Dopamine & Serotonin Pathway
Embryonic Stem Cell
GABA & Glutamate
Gap Junctions
Glucocorticoid Signaling
Homeobox (HOX) Genes
Huntington's Disease
Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells
Mental Disorders
Mitochondrial Energy Metabolism
Multiple Sclerosis
Neurogenesis
Neurological Development & Disease
Neuronal Ion Channels
Neurotransmitter Receptors
Neurotrophins & Receptors
Notch Signaling Pathway
Pain: Neuropathic & Inflammatory
Parkinson's Disease
Primary Cilia
Schizophrenia
Signal Transduction PathwayFinder
Stem Cell
Stem Cell Transcription Factors
Synaptic Plasticity