Journal of Neuroscience & Clinical Research

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Molecular and cellular neuroscience explores the genes and proteins

Homer proteins mediate molecular rearrangements leading to changes in spine morphology. This points to a role of Homer in learning and memory. Homer 1c features both the ligand binding domain and a coiled– coiled domain for self-multimerization. Cellular and molecular neuroscience is one of the newest and fastest growing subdisciplines in neuroscience. By investigating the influences of genes, signaling molecules, and cellular morphology, researchers in this field uncover crucial insights into normal brain development and function, as well as the root causes of many pathological conditions. Neuroscience is inherently interdisciplinary in its quest to explain the brain

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