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Title: Neurotransmitter fingerprint of 15 different excitatory, inhibitory and modulatory receptors in eight language-related areas compared to 18 other brain regions.      
dateReleased:
06-17-2016
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dateCreated:
06-03-2016
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doi:10.5281/ZENODO.54684
creators:
Zilles, Carl
Bacha-Trams, Maraike
Palomero-Gallagher, Nicola
Amunts, Katrin
Friederici, Angela
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species : Homo sapiens sex : male and female age : 75 - 79 years  Since neurotransmitter receptors are key molecules of information processing, we hypothesized that cortical areas which are part of the same functional language network may show highly similar multireceptor expression pattern (“receptor fingerprint”), whereas those that are not part of this network should have different fingerprints. Here we demonstrate that the relation between the densities of 15 different excitatory, inhibitory and modulatory receptors in eight language- related areas are highly similar and differ considerably from those of 18 other brain regions not directly involved in language processing. We provide with color coded autoradiograph showing the laminar distribution of a receptor, course of the receptor density from the pial surface to the border between layer IV and the white matter (in fmol/mg protein) and Multireceptor fingerprints.    
accessURL: https://doi.org/10.5281/ZENODO.54684
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homePage: https://zenodo.org/
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