Neuronal Networks in Brain Function, CNS Disorders, and Therapeutics

Neuronal Networks in Brain Function, CNS Disorders, and Therapeutics

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Neuronal Networks in Brain Function, CNS Disorders, and Therapeutics, edited by two leaders in the field, offers a current and complete review of what we know about neural networks. How the brain accomplishes many of its more complex tasks can only be understood via study of neuronal network control and network interactions. Large networks can undergo major functional changes, resulting in substantially different brain function and affecting everything from learning to the potential for epilepsy.

With chapters authored by experts in each topic, this book advances the understanding of:



How the brain carries out important tasks via networks
How these networks interact in normal brain function
Major mechanisms that control network function
The interaction of the normal networks to produce more complex behaviors
How brain disorders can result from abnormal interactions
How therapy of disorders can be advanced through this network approach

This book will benefit neuroscience researchers and graduate students with an interest in networks, as well as clinicians in neuroscience, pharmacology, and psychiatry dealing with neurobiological disorders.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 512 pages
  • 220 x 276 x 32mm | 1,739.97g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • black & white tables, figures
  • 0124158048
  • 9780124158047
  • 1,762,504

Table of contents

1. Introduction to Neuronal Networks of the Brain
2. Network Computer Modeling
3. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Epilepsy: Methods and Applications Using Awake Animals
4. Network Experimental Approaches: Inactivation, Microinjection, Neuronal Stimulation, and Recording
5. Network Experimental Approaches - ex vivo and ex vivo Networks
6. Network Imaging and Neuronal Firing
7. Network Control Mechanisms - Neuroactive Substances and Cellular Inputs
8. Network Control Mechanisms - Volume Transmission
9. Bursting in the Brain - From Cells to Networks
10. Network Control Mechanisms - Cellular Milieu
11. Neuronal Network Mechanisms - Sex and Development
12. Astrocytic Regulation of Synapses, Neuronal Networks and Behavior
13. The Fear Memory Network
14. Orchestration of the Circadian Clock Network by the Suprachiasmatic Nucleus
15. mTOR Signaling in Cortical Network Development
16. Network Control Mechanisms - Synaptogenesis and Epilepsy Development
17. The Brain and Spinal Cord Networks Controlling Locomotion
18. The Brainstem Respiratory Network
19. Visual Network
20. Auditory Neuronal Networks and Chronic Tinnitus
21. Consciousness and Subcortical Arousal Systems
22. Networks of Normal and Disordered Sleep
23. Networks for the Modulation of Acute and Chronic Pain
24. Networks in Mood and Anxiety Disorders
25. Neuronal Networks and Therapeutics in Neurodegenerative Disorders
26. Neuronal Networks in Epilepsy: Comparative Audiogenic Seizure Networks
27. Physiological and Pathophysiological Expansion of Neuronal Networks
28. Neuronal Network Plasticity and Network Interactions are Critically Dependent on Conditional Multireceptive (CMR) Brain Regions
29. Neuronal Network Interactions in the Startle Reflex, Learning Mechanisms, and CNS Disorders, Including Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy
30. Emergent Properties of Neuronal Networks
31. Neuronal Network Involvement in Stimulation Therapies for CNS Disorders
32. Neuronal Network Effects of Drug Therapies for CNS Disorders
33. Future Trends in Neuronal Networks - Selective and Combined Targeting of Network Hubs
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"The book is a welcome and scholarly recognition of the growing importance of networks in neuroscience and neurological care." "Students and practitioners of Neuroscience, Neurology, Psychiatry, Pharmacology and Information Science as applied to the brain will find this to be a useful summary of systems data and a new conceptual framework." - Robert S. Fisher, MD, PhD, Professor of Neurology and Director, Comprehensive Epilepsy Center, Department of Neurology and Neurological Sciences, Stanford University Medical Center.

"This volume, edited by Carl Faingold and Hal Blumenfeld, focuses on neural networks - what they are, how we study them, and why they are important for understanding normal brain function and treating neuropathologies. The topic is timely and important. Indeed, there is a wealth of information (and a large number of ongoing studies) that deals with the identification and understanding of brain networks, and this volume attempts to bring much of that information together in a coherent package. Of particular importance is the concept of "emergent properties" of a network - characteristics of a network's function that are not observed in the member elements and may not be predictable simply by looking at the members of the network.research on network modulation/disruption will contribute powerful new tools to our therapeutic armamentarium." - Philip A. Schwartzkroin, Ph.D., Professor emeritus, Department of Neurological Surgery University of California, Davis

"Many of the chapters provide outstanding thoughtful, timely, and information-packed reviews of interesting topics.this book will be useful and important to anyone interested in mammalian systems neurobiology, and especially to those to whom basic science/clinical implications matter deeply." - Roger D. Traub, M.D., Dept. Physical Sciences, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY
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"The book is a welcome and scholarly recognition of the growing importance of networks in neuroscience and neurological care." "Students and practitioners of Neuroscience, Neurology, Psychiatry, Pharmacology and Information Science as applied to the brain will find this to be a useful summary of systems data and a new conceptual framework." - Robert S. Fisher, MD, PhD, Professor of Neurology and Director, Comprehensive Epilepsy Center, Department of Neurology and Neurological Sciences, Stanford University Medical Center.

"This volume, edited by Carl Faingold and Hal Blumenfeld, focuses on neural networks - what they are, how we study them, and why they are important for understanding normal brain function and treating neuropathologies. The topic is timely and important. Indeed, there is a wealth of information (and a large number of ongoing studies) that deals with the identification and understanding of brain networks, and this volume attempts to bring much of that information together in a coherent package. Of particular importance is the concept of "emergent properties" of a network - characteristics of a network's function that are not observed in the member elements and may not be predictable simply by looking at the members of the network...research on network modulation/disruption will contribute powerful new tools to our therapeutic armamentarium." - Philip A. Schwartzkroin, Ph.D., Professor emeritus, Department of Neurological Surgery University of California, Davis

"Many of the chapters provide outstanding thoughtful, timely, and information-packed reviews of interesting topics...this book will be useful and important to anyone interested in mammalian systems neurobiology, and especially to those to whom basic science/clinical implications matter deeply." - Roger D. Traub, M.D., Dept. Physical Sciences, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY
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