Neurochemistry

Neurochemistry deals with the amazing chemistry that occurs in the brain, nervous system and the nerve cell with which it communicates. The phenomenon of chemistry that generates electrical signals which propagate along nerve cells and the chemistry at the synapse by neurotransmitters are the prime locations.

Robust research work on brain and its impact on behavior and cognitive functions will portray the neurochemical behavior and illness due to chemical imbalance which will explore the possibilities of advances in the field of neurosciences and disorders.

Clinical Neurochemistry illustrates the chemistry involved in the brain and nervous system function, and also how it influences the internal chemical environment. It is essential for a wide research in clinical neurochemistry as it plays part in understanding and treating neurological and psychiatric disorders.

The peculiar function of the Blood Brain Barrier is selective permeability that hinders transport of molecules through it. This distinct function also inhibits the passage of the drugs across it. To overcome the blood-brain barrier, methods and developments of nanotechnology are assuring to deliver drugs across it by carry out multiple tasks in a predefined sequence.

Significant amount of research in nanotechnology in neurochemistry is required to explore the methods to deliver across the blood brain barrier.

Neurogenesis produces the neurons by neural stem cells. In all animals during embryogenesis, neurons of the organism are produced by neurogenesis. On the other side communication between two neurons is processed by neurotransmission.  Both the process plays a major role in producing neurons and communication between them.