Illig Neurobiology Spring 2013

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Neurobiology lectures, taught by Kurt R. Illig, PhD. Spring, 2013. This podcast is intended for use by current students enrolled in the course, but all are welcome to subscribe. Please send me an email if to let me know you're listening!

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This podcast includes lectures from a course in molecular, cellular and systems neurobiology, taught at the University of St. Thomas, Saint Paul, MN USA by Kurt R. Illig, PhD. Spring, 2013.
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🇬🇧 English
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2013-02-04 23:10
last episode published
2017-04-14 16:56
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Episodes

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14.04.2017

Lecture 34: Visual System II

Finishing up the retinal circuit and mechanisms for lateral inhibition.
14.04.2017

Lecture 32: Upper Motor Circuits II

We look at the cortical and subcortical structures that coordinate movement.
14.04.2017

Lecture 30: Somatosensory Circuits

We look at the somatosensory neurons and discuss their function.
14.04.2017

Lecture 29: Myotatic and Reverse Myotatic Reflex

We continue our discussion of sensorimotor circuitry with a look at the myotatic (stretch) and reverse myotatic reflexes.
14.04.2017

Lecture 28: Lower Sensory and Motor Systems

We begin our discussion of sensorimotor circuitry with a discussion of the alpha motor neuron and the motor unit.
14.04.2017

Lecture 27: Article Sets

We discuss the metabotropic function of the NMDA receptor and the homing behavior of desert ants.
14.04.2017

Lecture 25: Neural Development III

We conclude our discussion of neuronal development by examining sexual differentiation of the brain.
14.04.2017

Lecture 24: Neural Development II

We continue our discussion of neuronal development by examining sexual differentiation of the brain.
14.04.2017

Lecture 23: Neural Development

We begin our discussion of neuronal development.
14.04.2017

Lecture 22: LTD and Dendrites

We wrap up our discussion of synaptic plasticity with a discussion of LTD and dendritic spines.
14.04.2017

Lecture 21: LTP and LTD

Continued look at LTP and introduction to LTD.
14.04.2017

Lecture 20: Neurotransmitters III

Continued look at neurotransmission, NMDA and LTP.
14.04.2017

Lecture 19: Neurotransmitters II

Continued look at neurotransmission.
14.04.2017

Lecture 18: Neurotransmitters I

Mid-semester wrap-up and introduction to neurotransmitters.
14.04.2017

Lecture 17: Synapse Part D

We finish our discussion of indirect synaptic transmission.
14.04.2017

Lecture 16: Synapse IV

Reversal potentials, Ionotropic and Metabotropic Receptors.
14.04.2017

Lecture 15: Synapse III

Reversal potentials and integration of postsynaptic potentials.
14.04.2017

Lecture 14: Synapse II

Reversal potentials and postsynaptic potentials.
14.04.2017

Lecture 13: Synapse II

Neuromuscular junction and quantum release.
14.04.2017

Lecture 12: Synapse II

We continue discussion of the synapse.
14.04.2017

Lecture 11: Passive electrical properties of the Neuron II and the Synapse

We continue discussion of the cable properties of axons, and begin discussion of the synapse.
14.04.2017

Lecture 10: Passive electrical properties of the Neuron

We begin section two of the course with a description of the cable properties of axons.
14.04.2017

Lecture 9: Article discussion and exam details

We discuss the article, "The evolutionary origins of beneficial alleles tduring the repeated adaptation of garter snakes to deadly prey."
14.04.2017

Lecture 8: Ionic basis for the action potential II and exam review

We finish our discussion of the ion currents associated with the action potential, and go through some example exam questions for review.
14.04.2017

Lecture 7: Ionic basis for the action potential

We discuss the ionic currents associated with the action potential, and their physical origin in the opening of voltage-gated channels.
14.04.2017

Lecture 6: Ionic basis for the RMP (part two) and voltage clamp

We finish our look at the resting membrane potential, then begin to understand the voltage clamp method on our way to exploring the ionic currents associated with the action potential.
14.04.2017

Lecture 5: Ionic basis for the resting membrane potential (first pass)

Wrapping up the molecular structure of ion channels, then a first look at how ions set the resting membrane potential.
14.04.2017

Lecture 4: Ion Channel Structure

Continuation of our discussion of the molecular structure of ion channels.
14.04.2017

Lecture 3: Ionic Current, Equilibrium and introduction to channel structure

Today we discuss the factors that influence ion current, talk more in detail about the Nernst Equation, and begin our discussion of the molecular structure of ion channels.
14.04.2017

Lecture 2: Patch Clamp and Ionic Current

Today we discuss the various patch clamp configurations, how to evaluate patch clamp data, and factors that influence ion current.
14.04.2017

Lecture 1: Intro and Ions

In this lecture, we discuss the history and diversity of neuroscience, and begin discussion of the ions responsible for electrical charge in the neuron.
14.04.2017

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