Presentation 2003/12/1
Neuroinformatics, what it's good for.
Hiroyoshi MIYAKAWA,
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Abstract(in English) A nervous system is complex. To understand how it works, we need to understand how neurons, the building blocks of the nervous system, work. Even, neurons are complex with complex morphology, various types of ion channels, receptors, cytoskeltons, and molecules related to intracellular signaling. Therefore a nervous system is extremely complex. To understand such complex systems, we need to 1) collect and integrate knowledge, 2) propose and test new hypotheses or ideas about the system, and 3) share knowledge and ideas. Neuroinformatics provides an infrastructure for to do so. Here we show how neuroinformatics would help neuroscience at the cellular level.
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Keyword(in English) Neuroinformatics / Model sharing / Data sharing
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Title (in English) Neuroinformatics, what it's good for.
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Keyword(1) Neuroinformatics
Keyword(2) Model sharing
Keyword(3) Data sharing
1st Author's Name Hiroyoshi MIYAKAWA
1st Author's Affiliation Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Science, School of Life Science()
Date 2003/12/1
Paper # NC2003-107,MBE2003-111
Volume (vol) vol.103
Number (no) 490
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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