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Neurochemical Basis Of Learning And Memory

Author(s): M Parle, D Dhingra, S. K Kulkarni

Learning is a continual process and our brain keeps track of events taking place in our lives, consciously or subconsciously. The capacities of learning, understanding and memory are all crucial for one's growth. Scientists are trying their level best to find out the root cause of Alzheimer's disease. We have endeavored to throw light on neurochemical mechanisms of learning and memory. The implication of cholinergic system, adrenergic system, dopaminergic system, serotonergic system, GABA-ergic system, benzodiazepine-receptors, NMDA, neuropeptides, histamine, insulin, estrogens, nitric oxide, oxygen free-radicals and platelet activating factor have all been discussed in the updated review article. Future drugs and new strategies for prevention of Alzheimer's disease have also been incorporated at the end.


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