Neural plasticity and network remodeling: From concepts to pathology

Alberto Granato, Erez James Cohen, Eros Quarta, Riccardo Bravi, Diego Minciacchi

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Neuroplasticity has been subject to a great deal of research in the last century. Recently, significant emphasis has been placed on the global effect of localized plastic changes throughout the central nervous system, and on how these changes integrate in a pathological context. Specifically, alterations of network functionality have been described in various pathological contexts to which corresponding structural alterations have been proposed. However, considering the amount of literature and the different pathological contexts, an integration of this information is still lacking. In this paper we will review the concepts of neural plasticity as well as their repercussions on network remodeling and provide a possible explanation to how these two concepts relate to each other. We will further examine how alterations in different pathological contexts may relate to each other and will discuss the concept of plasticity diseases, its models and implications.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)326-345
Numero di pagine20
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2017


  • Neuroscience (all)
  • functional plasticity
  • maladaptive plasticity
  • neural oscillations
  • plasticity disease
  • structural plasticity
  • synaptic plasticity


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