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Dynamics of Cyclic Nucleotide Signaling in Neurons

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Dynamics of Cyclic Nucleotide Signaling in Neurons
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Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
ISBN-13: 9782889196463
Number of pages: 94

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Cyclic nucleotides control a number of neuronal properties including neuronal differentiation, pathfinding, regulation of excitability and synaptic transmission, and control of gene expression. Signaling events mediated by cAMP or cGMP are transient and take place within the complex 3-dimensional structure of the neuronal cell.

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