GUMC Hosts Talk on Brain Circuitry for Application to Parkinson’s Disease

GUMC Hosts Talk on Brain Circuitry for Application to Parkinson’s Disease

Publication date: Feb 22, 2024

Evans hypothesized, based on existing literature, that stimulating the SNr would inhibit movement while stimulating the GPe would increase movement but found the opposite. One is, Do these two structures of the basal ganglia inhibit different parts of the PPN anatomically? The SNr increased movement while the GPe inhibited movement. Its not our second hypothesis, that they might do the same thing because theyre both inhibiting the same structure, Evans said. In addition, the basal ganglia is associated with Parkinsons disease. Evans said at the event.

Concepts Keywords
Biochemistry Basal
Glutamatergic Brain
Parkinsons Brainstem
Seminar Connections
Weekly Evans
Ganglia
Gpe
Motor
Movement
Neurons
Parkinsons
Ppn
Snr
Stimulation
Team

Semantics

Type Source Name
drug DRUGBANK Glypromate
disease MESH Parkinson’s Disease

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