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Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine

, Volume 135, Issue 2, pp 107–113 | Cite as

Genome of Brain Neurons in Organization of Systemic Mechanisms of Behavior

  • K. V. Anokhin
  • K. V. Sudakov
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Abstract

Here we review the mechanisms underlying systemic regulation of the genome in brain nerve cells. Expression of early and late behavioral genes is regulated by systemic processes in dominant functional systems. The main elements of this molecular and genetic cascade are similar during learning and development.

genes brain behavior learning functional systems 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Russian Academy of Medical SciencesP. K. Anokhin Institute of Normal PhysiologyMoscow

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