Dr. Thomas Südhof, Professor in the School of Medicine at Stanford University, discusses function of neurexins and their ligands, which are essential for synapse function and determine the properties and nature of synapses. Mutations in these molecules have been associated with autism, schizophrenia and intellectual disability, suggesting that the functions of these molecules are relevant for insight into these devastating disorders.
Part of the Inaugural Symposium of Stanford Neurosciences Institute recorded on October 9 & 10, 2014.
Tagged under: Neurology,Neurobiology,Neurosurgery,Interdisciplinary,Molecular & Cellular Neurosciences,Circuits & Systems Engineering,Human Brain Imaging,Neuroscience Policy,Neuroscience & Law
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