Arun Senapati

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The peptides substance P, calcitonin gene-related peptide and somatostatin are present in nerve fibres in mammalian, including human, skin. There is evidence that in addition to having a putative neurotransmitter role, they may be trophic agents: a study was therefore undertaken of peptide changes during wound healing in rat skin. A significant depletion of(More)
Schizophrenia patients exhibit dysfunctional gamma oscillations in response to simple auditory stimuli or more complex cognitive tasks, a phenomenon explained by reduced NMDA transmission within inhibitory/excitatory cortical networks. Indeed, a simple steady-state auditory click stimulation paradigm at gamma frequency (~40 Hz) has been reproducibly shown(More)
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