welcome to neuroscience

The neuroscience is a very promising and potential discipline of life sciences and it comes to encompass a growing number and diversity of special research areas involving brains and the related central and peripheral tissues. The key topics of research and studies to understand and to unfold the mystry of brains and brain related functions are neurochemistry, neurophysiology, neurobiochemistry, developmental neurobiology, neuropharmacology, neurotoxicology, neuroimmunology, neuroendocrinolgy, neuroanatomy, organizational and chemical complexities of nervous system, nerve impulse conduction and transmission, neurotransmitters, neuromodulators, neurotransmitters-mediating enzymes, their purifications, characterizations and genetics and molecular biology and chromozomal studies.
Other important neurochemical research areas on brains are: to understand the processes of memory and learning, artificial intelligence, thinking, dreams, sleep, sex, mood, neurobehavior, emotion of higher animals including the humans. The details of neurochemical, biochemical, genetics and molecular biology studies and treatment aspects are not yet clearly understood of most of the brain diseases, like, Parkinson’s disease, Wilson disease, Huntington disease, schizophrenia, Shy-Drager Syndrome, Perioral Dyskenesia, Manic Depressive Illness. The visual processes, listening, pains, love, affection, sex, cardiovascular regulation, muscle contraction- relaxation, mood, behavior, mania, tremors of hands-legs-bones, feelings of hot and cold, annoyingness, temperature control of body, feelings of touches, excitement, and thousands other functions are controlled and performed by the various parts of brains, but the exact mechanisms of these processes are not yet known.