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Online seminar: CKAP2 is the most potent microtubule growth factor in mitotic spindles

17Apr202011:00
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M3655 promenade Sir William Osler, Montreal, QC, H3G 1Y6, CA/physiologyCategory: Dept. of Physiology Physiology Friday Seminar Series

SEMINAR CANCELLED

3Apr202011:00
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This seminar has been cancelled.M3655 promenade Sir William Osler, Montreal, QC, H3G 1Y6, CA/physiologyCategory: Dept. of Physiology Physiology Friday Seminar Series

Dr. Robert Gereau - seminar cancelled

13Mar202011:00
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This seminar has been cancelled....

Seminar - Molecular and cellular strategies for the patterning of neurons into circuits

7Feb202011:00
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In the developing nervous system, an enormous number and diversity of neurons are precisely organized into neural circuits. How can such a vast set of neural connections be wired using limited cues...

Seminar - Genetic Engineering and Neural-behavioral Phenotyping of a Macaque Model of ASD

6Mar202011:00
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Mutation or disruption of the SHANK3 (SH3 domain and ankyrin repeat) gene at the 22q13.3 locus represents a highly penetrant, monogenic risk-factor for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and is a...

Seminar - Fructose and the Hungry Brain

14Feb202011:00
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Fructose is a simple sugar found in fruit and honey, but it is also used as sweeteners via added sugars, syrups, or high fructose corn syrup in processed foods or beverages.M3655 promenade Sir...

Seminar - The role of the voltage gated sodium channel Nav1.7 in human pain and pleasure

24Jan202011:00
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There has been significant progress over the last decade in understanding the molecular basis by which sensory neurons transduce and subsequently transmit noxious (ie. tissue damaging) stimuli...

Seminar - Astroglial modulation of neuronal firing pattern in cortical and rhythmogenic brainstem sensorimotor circuits

17Jan202011:00
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Several functions, motor or sensory, rely on the ability of neurons to modify their discharge pattern to faithfully encode the characteristics of a sensory stimulus or to reflect a rhythmic motor...

Seminar - How we feel: molecular sensors and neuronal networks for the sensation of pain

10Jan202011:00
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M3655 promenade Sir William Osler, Montreal, QC, H3G 1Y6, CA/physiologyCategory: Medicine and Health Sciences Dept. of Physiology Physiology Friday Seminar Series

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