BMS604 - CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR NEUROSCIENCE AMC Center for...

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CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR NEUROSCIENCE ) SUNY-SPH Dept. of BioMedical Sciences - BMS 604 (3 Credits ) SPRING 2011 Course Director: Richard Keller (262-4979) Meets Tue and Thur @ 3:00 - 4:30 in MS-518 at AMC CLASS SCHEDULE December 21, 2010 I. INTRODUCTION TO NEUROSCIENCE (3 lectures) 1/20, 1/25, 1/27 Overview of integrated nervous system Keller, Lindsley structure/function of neurons and glia, cytoskeleton and axonal transport, blood-brain barrier, organelle trafficking II. ELECTRICAL SIGNALING WITHIN CELLS (2 lectures) 2/1, 2/3 Electrical signaling within cells I and II Shin ion gradients, ion pumps, membrane potential, electrical properties of neurons ion channels, patch clamp, action potential, nerve conduction III. SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION (6 lectures) 2/8 Introduction to synaptic transmission Keller electrical vs. chemical transmission, gap junctions, integration 2/10 Release of Neurotransmitters Mazurkiewicz 2/15 Inactivation of transmission - degradation and reuptake Keller 2/17 EXAM 1 2/22, 2/24 NO CLASS - SUNY Winter Break Postsynaptic/Receptor transduction mechanisms : 3/1 G protein-coupled receptors Herrick-Davis 3/3 Tyrosine kinase receptors Teitler 3/8 Ligand-Gated Ion Channels
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