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10th International Conference on Neuroscience and Neurochemistry, will be organized around the theme ““Revitalizing the electrochemical signals for the imminent neuroscience””
NeuroChemistry 2017 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in NeuroChemistry 2017
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It elucidates the neural network operations and their metabolic activity of different organic forms in the nervous system. It mainly stresses on the effective measures to control the morbidity and mortality with affluence of Schizophrenia, phenylketonuria, meningitis and other psychiatric disorders.It takes an oath of ensuring health care to acclimatizing the FDA status of each drug or device intended for use in their clinical practice.
Neurochemicals are which introduced into the Photo switchable ligands into ion channels stirrups the possible ways of diverse roles of neurotransmitters and receptors in the nervous system.
Innovations and excellence in this field exposes the emeritus professionals to the new journey of Neurosciences as their contribution is critical to the whole new world as death rates were on the running track with admittance of the neurodegenerative diseases.
- Track 1-1Neurons
- Track 1-2Synapsis
- Track 1-3Sensory Tracks
- Track 1-4Motor Tracks
- Track 1-5Neuropeptides
- Track 1-6Neurochemicals
- Track 1-7Neural circuits and system
- Track 1-8Neuromodulators
It studies the Neuro biology concepts at the molecular level with the application of knowledge on the animal models as they serve as the mosaic pattern for the research. It especially stress on the effects of genetics and epigenetics on neuronal development as they are laid down the platform for the evolution and inheritance.
It emphasis on understanding the causes and treatments for diverse childhood disorders, such as autism,Rett syndrome, holoprosencephaly, spina bifida, adrenoleukodystrophy, cerebral palsy and learning disabilities.
- Track 2-1Proteomics
- Track 2-2Gene expression of Neurons
- Track 2-3Neurological disorders Mechanisms
- Track 2-4Neurogenetics
- Track 2-5Human genome studies
- Track 2-6Diagnosis of Psychiatric Disorders
- Track 2-7Hypothyroidism
These are the sole bearers in regulating the cell signalling mechanisms for the effective metabolic activities of the nervous system including both motion and sensing whose assets are the amino acid residues which desires for the effective Bio Synthetic Steps for their regulation. These include Acetylcholine, Norepinephrine, Dopamine, Serotonin, endogenous morphine which renders specialized functions in Hypothalamus.
- Track 3-1NeuroSensors
- Track 3-2NeuroReceptors
- Track 3-3Neurotransducers
- Track 3-4Synaptic complex
- Track 3-5CREB(cAMP response element-binding protein)
- Track 3-6Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent protein kinases
- Track 3-7Upstream Regulatory genes
- Track 3-8Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome
It coordinates the activities of all the organisms and sends the signals in the form of electrochemical waves that traverse along the Axons, Dendrites, and Synaptic Complexes. It does by impinging the stimulus by external or internal means and regulates the responses for locomotion and sensing.
MultipleScelerosis is the common disease which produces detrimental effect with impairment of Central Nervous System
- Track 4-1Action Potentials
- Track 4-2Voltage Gated Channels
- Track 4-3Peripheral Ganglions
- Track 4-4Brachial plexus
- Track 4-5Sacral plexopathy
Neurogenesis is the birth of new neurons from neural stem or progenitor cells in the brain. It was long considered that the number of neurons was fixed and they did not replicate after maturity of the brain. It wasn’t until the 1990’s that neurogenesis was observed in the brains of humans, other primates and a number of other species that led to its widespread scientific acceptance.
The term neurogenesis is made up of the words “neuro” meaning “relating to nerves” and “genesis” meaning the formation of something. The term therefore refers to the growth and development of neurons. This process is most active while a baby is developing in the womb and is responsible for the pr The development of new neurons continues during adulthood in two regions of the brain. Neurogenesis takes place in the subventricular zone (SVZ) that forms the lining of the lateral ventricles and the subgranular zone that forms part of the dentate gyrus of the hippocampus area. The SVZ is the site where neuroblasts are formed, which migrate via the rostral migratory stream to the olfactory bulb. Many of these neuroblasts die shortly after they are generated. However, some go on to be functional in the tissue of the brain.oduction of the brain’s neurons.
- Track 5-1 Neural Stem cell
- Track 5-2Neonatal stage
- Track 5-3Adult Neurogenesis
- Track 5-4Progenitor Cells
- Track 5-5Competent and Committed cells
Signal Transducers regulate the whole process which are secreted by the small neurons which diffuses into the large part of the nervous system which bring the impact on the multiple neurons especially on the Brain as they finally ends up in the Cerebral Spinal Fluid.
Major Signal Transducers include serotonin, acetylcholine, histamine, and norepinephrine.
- Track 6-1Deep Brain Stimulations
- Track 6-2Spinal cord Stimulations
- Track 6-3GABA
- Track 6-4Oxytocin
- Track 6-5Cochlear Implants
Neurochemical biomarkers are meant for diagnosing the detrimental causes and their prophylaxis for the dreadful Neurological disorders like alzheimer disease (ad), Dementias.They aids for desigining the life saving drugs.
It ensures the global monitoring of the brain energy metabolism with an account of neurochemical sequencing patterns yielding overall outcomes of a patient with an advent of technologies like eeg, ecg etc. It desires to undergo novel approaches to deliver new molecular probes and new molecular imaging protocols for the exploration of brain proteins with exploration into the early diagnosis by designing animal models.
- Track 7-1Ecotoxicology
- Track 7-2Diagnosis of subarachnoid haemorrhage
- Track 7-3Neuropathology
- Track 7-4Frontotemporal lobar degeneration (ftld) biomarkers
- Track 7-5Neuroimaging and Radiopharmaceuticals
- Track 7-6Traumatic Brain Injury
It deals the way which drugs corresponds to the nerve functioning with the effect at cellular level and their mechanisms and their influence behaviour which contributes to the studies of neural cells at different level from the root of administration to the exit channel.
This research depends upon state of the art techniques including optogenetics, DREADD, patch-clamp, TEVC and extracellular electrophysiology, fluorescence-based methods, and sophisticated animal models for impulsive and compulsive disorders.
- Track 8-1Neurohormones
- Track 8-2G protein-coupled receptor
- Track 8-3Secondary Messengers
- Track 8-4Co Transporters
- Track 8-5Physiological Disorders
- Track 8-6Neurodegenerative Diseases
Psychopharmacology focuses on the study of the positive and negative impacts on the human brain with the drug interaction to the nervous system especially it impinges on the Addiction and Alcohol abuse
It focuses on the accumulated alcohol in the hepatocytes and their affect on the nervous tissues.
- Track 9-1Molecular Neuropharmacology
- Track 9-2Sodium-potassium pumps
- Track 9-3Cascade signalling pathways like MAPK/ERK pathway
- Track 9-4Neuropsychopharmacology
- Track 9-5Nucleusaccumbens
- Track 9-6Neuropsychedelia
It augments the studies on the nervous system and the endocrine system which reflects the studies on hormonal responses at the ganglions and their sources in cerebrospinal fluids pituitary glands.
It employs a Wide range of neuroscience methodologies ranging from molecular biology and genetically-manipulated rodent models to electrophysiological, ontogenetic, morphological, cell imaging and whole animal approaches to get the facts how the brain reinforcing hormone levels and how hormones in response control brain function.
- Track 10-1Neuroendocrine cells
- Track 10-2Pituitary gland hormones
- Track 10-3Hormones of Anterior Pituitary gland
- Track 10-4Adrenal gland
- Track 10-5Neurohypophysis
- Track 10-6Transthyretin
- Track 10-7Hypo gonadotrophic hypogonadism
These are the healthy regulators of the Synaptic Plasticity and Memory relative functions rich in glutamate or D – Serine residues found in Nerve cells.
The NMDA receptor is one of three pharmacologically distinct subtypes of inotropic receptor channels that are sensitive to the endogenous excitatory amino acids which are far essential for the development of the central nervous system (CNS) generation of rhythms for breathing and locomotion.
- Track 11-1Agonists
- Track 11-2Antagonists
- Track 11-3AMPA receptor
- Track 11-4Long-term potentiation and depression
- Track 11-5Anti-glutamate receptor antibodies
- Track 11-6Psychoactive drugs
- Track 11-7Anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis
- Track 11-8Hippocampal long-term potentiation
It imparts the electrical properties of biological cells and tissues in the medicinal fields with the following disciplines Electrotheraphy and electrophysiological (EEG, Electromyography).It contributes a lot in the Neuroimaging fields.
Clinical Electrophysiology will embrace all aspects of the epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment of dreadful diseases like cardiac arrhythmias with the aid of nature of electro grams.
- Track 12-1Peripheral Neuro Anatomy
- Track 12-2Sensory level stimulation
- Track 12-3Sub Sensory Level Stimulation
- Track 12-4Motor Level Stimulation
- Track 12-5High pass filtering
- Track 12-6Digital sampling
- Track 12-7Electro Analgesia
- Track 12-8Genitourinary Dysfunction
Neuroplasticity is also called brain plasticity or brain malleability in which neurons has the potential to generate new neural connections throughout life allows the neurons in the brain to reimburse for injury and adjust their activity in response to new situations or changes in their environment.
PET and MRI brain scanning technology made a major contribution in this field to generate the cells which have a longer shelf life which is contrary to the conventional belief that the brain's inability to regenerate new nerve cells.
With the survey conducted in different areas it is surmised that it plays a vital role in the Brain science improve learning and memory, and solve problems with anxiety and depression.
- Track 13-1Injury Induced Plasticity: Plasticity and Brain Repair
- Track 13-2Plasticity of Learning and Memory
- Track 13-3Recovery from brain damage
- Track 13-4Brain-machine interface (BMI)
- Track 13-5Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Track 13-6Human echolocation
- Track 13-7Synaptic Pruning
It especially links with the effects of neurotransmitters and similarly-functioning chemicals on neurons themselves mainly focus on the oxidative stress, Ferroptosis and Hypomyelination.
It mainly illuminates the Brain iron homeostasis as it serves as the credible source for the development of drug therapies for aging-related disorders with the aid of potential reserve such as Iron as it plays a crucial role in maintaining normal physiological functions in the brain through its participation in many cellular functions such as mitochondrial respiration, myelin synthesis, and neurotransmitter synthesis and metabolism.
- Track 14-1Studies at cellular and molecular level
- Track 14-2Neuro degenerative diseases and their models
- Track 14-3Phenylalanine hydroxylase (PAH) pathway
- Track 14-4Trans-sulfuration pathway
- Track 14-5Trans-sulfuration pathway
- Track 14-6Apoptosis
- Track 14-7Autophagy
It is the first line cell defence mechanism executed on pathological species which counteracts at the nerve terminals. This includes the roles of CNS immune mediators (such as microglia and astrocytes, and their expressed cytokines and chemokine) and its delirious affects.
Studies revealed that low dose regime of MPTP or METH neurotoxicity and a paradigm which causes selective degeneration of striatal dopaminergic nerve terminals without affecting the cell body in the substantial nigra.
Clinical depression had a 30 % increase in brain inflammation, also referred to as Neuroinflammation.
- Track 15-1Hyper Sensitivity Reactions and its Deliberate Effects
- Track 15-2Peripheral Immune Response
- Track 15-3Chronic stress
- Track 15-4Traumatic brain injury
- Track 15-5Immune dysregulation of the brain
- Track 15-6Antidepressant Supplements
- Track 15-7Long term potentiation
- Track 15-8NSAID’s and glucocorticoids
Employs engineered materials or devices (nanomaterial’s) with the smallest efficient organization on the nanometre scale (1–100 nm) that are able to interact with biological systems at the molecular level as they directly corresponds and interact with target regions to induce physiological responses with minimal side effects.
Neural Nanotechnologies will result in the important insights on the brain mechanisms as they dug into the details of neuromicrocircuits and their degeneration using different animal models
- Track 16-1Implantable Elements
- Track 16-2Methods of preparation of Nano species
- Track 16-3Efficient Delivery Systems to cross Barriers
- Track 16-4Hybrid molecules of Neural Networks
- Track 16-5Molecular imaging technologies
- Track 16-6Biomolecules Structure Visualization Techniques
- Track 16-7NanoToxicology
- Track 16-8Tissue Engineering