Geon Research Papers

 

 

  1. Wireless Communication in the Brain: I. Evidence from Long Range Synchronization
  2. The Role of Microtubules and Tau Proteins in Neuronal Excitability
  3. mTOR, Tau and Neurodegeneration
  4. Neurodegeneration: From BDNF to Hyperexcitability
  5. Neurodegeneration: The Sites of Onset Predicted by Wireless Communication Model
  6. Neurodegeneration: From Hyperexcitability to Pathologic Tau, TDP-43 and α-Synuclein
  7. Alzheimer's Disease: The Role of AICD and Aβ in Excitability
  8. Modeling Alzheimer's Disease: The Artifact of APP and Presenilin Overexpression
  9. Alzheimer's Disease: The Effects of APP, Presenilin and ApoE4
  10. Alzheimer's Disease: The Role of Tau's Phosphatase-Activating Domain in Pathology Spreading
  11. Alzheimer's Disease: Prevention and Therapy
  12. Wireless Communication in the Brain: II. Evidence from Ultrasound Stimulation
  13. Wireless Communication in the Brain: III. Evidence from Traumatic Brain Injury
  14. Wireless Communication in the Brain: IV. Evidence from Seizure Progression
  15. The Role of Tubulin and CRMP2 in Neuronal Excitability
  16. The Role of CaMKII in Synaptic Strength: Focus on T305/306 Phosphorylation

 

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