Geon Research Papers



  1. Wireless Communication in the Brain: I. Evidence from Long Range Synchronization
  2. The Roles of Microtubules and Tau Protein in Neuronal Excitability
  3. mTOR, Tau and Neurodegeneration
  4. Neurodegeneration: From BDNF Deficiency to Hyperexcitability
  5. Neurodegeneration: The Neurons Exhibiting Earliest Hyperexcitability
  6. From Hyperexcitability to Pathological Tau, Aβ, α-Synuclein and TDP-43
  7. Alzheimer's Disease: The Role of AICD and Aβ in Excitability
  8. Modeling Alzheimer's Disease: The Artifact of APP and Presenilin Overexpression
  9. Alzheimer's Disease: The Effects of APP, Presenilin and ApoE4
  10. Alzheimer's Disease: The Role of Tau's Phosphatase-Activating Domain in Pathology Spreading
  11. Alzheimer's Disease: Prevention and Therapy
  12. Wireless Communication in the Brain: II. Quantum Information Processing
  13. Wireless Communication in the Brain: III. Where is Working Memory Located?
  14. Wireless Communication in the Brain: IV. Seek Pleasure, Avoid Pain
  15. The Roles of Tubulin and CRMP2 in Neuronal Excitability
  16. Short Term Potentiation: Translocation of CABT into Spines
  17. Anchoring of Calcineurin to GluN2B Differentiates Its Contributions to LTD from GluN2A
  18. The Maintenance of LTP by PKMζ
  19. Memory Extinction and Retrieval: An Overview
  20. Memory Extinction and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
  21. Dendritic Filopodia: the "Tags" for the Formation of Enduring Memory
  22. The Role of CRMP2 in Mossy Fiber Sprouting
  23. The Mechanism of Memory Consolidation During Slow Wave Sleep
  24. Structural Insights into the Regulation of NMDA Receptors by CRMP2
  25. The CABT Hypothesis of Schizophrenia
  26. The Roles of 5-HT2A Receptors and mGluR2 in Schizophrenia
  27. The Role of Actin Dynamics in Schizophrenia
  28. Signaling Via G-Protein-Coupled Receptors



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