Telomerase in Brain and its Implications in Neurodegenerative Diseases

Telomerase is an enzyme that stretches and protects the ends of chromosomes, known as telomeres. This reverse transcriptase function is essential for dividing cells whose telomeres are constantly shortening. TERT (Telomerase Reverse Transcriptase)…

Determining the Relationship between Intracranial Pressure Increase and Volume of Brain Compression

The physiological backdrop for an increase in intracranial pressure (ICP) during brain compression is currently unknown. The current understanding of the relationship between ICP and brain compression volume is based on animal trials,…

Study on General Neurolinguistics and the Comprehension Ability

General Neurolinguistics is meant to correspond to the major revision of General Semantics that Alfred Korzybski predicted would happen within 25 years of his death (1950), and that naturally emerges when the mental…

Magnetic Resonance Brain Imaging in Late-Onset Wilson’s Disease: Clinical Features and Review of Literature

Wilson’s illness is a hereditary ailment that causes copper buildup in numerous tissues all over the world. Wilson’s disease is now divided into early-onset and late-onset Wilson’s disease based on the start of…