Signal Transduction and CNS

Transduction may be defined as the method that converts a sensory signal to an electrical signal to be processed in a specialized area in the brain.

The brain has it specific processing regions that are dedicated to processing the information which has previously passed through the thalamus for both motor and sensory signals. Growth Factor and Cytokine receptors plays very important role in the activation of the signal transduction.

  • Neurophysiology
  • Cell Signaling and Signal Transduction Pathways
  • CNS Inflammation

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