Kunjumon Vadakkan, Ph.D, M.D

Affiliations: 
Neurosearch Center, Toronto 
Area:
Neurology
Website:
http://semblancehypothesis.org/
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Vadakkan KI. (2020) A derived mechanism of nervous system functions explains aging-related neurodegeneration as a gradual loss of an evolutionary adaptation Current Aging Science
Vadakkan KI. (2019) From cells to sensations: A window to the physics of mind Physics of Life Reviews. 31: 44-78
Vadakkan KI. (2018) A potential mechanism for first-person internal sensation of memory provides evidence for the relationship between learning and LTP induction Behavioural Brain Research. 360: 16-35
Vadakkan KI. (2016) Substantive nature of sleep in updating the temporal conditions necessary for inducing units of internal sensations. Sleep Science (SãO Paulo, Brazil). 9: 60-4
Vadakkan KI. (2016) Neurodegenerative disorders share common features of "loss of function" states of a proposed mechanism of nervous system functions. Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy = Biomedecine & Pharmacotherapie. 83: 412-430
Vadakkan KI. (2016) Rapid chain generation of interpostsynaptic functional LINKs can trigger seizure generation: Evidence for potential interconnections from pathology to behavior. Epilepsy & Behavior : E&B. 59: 28-41
Vadakkan KI. (2016) Corrigendum to: The functional role of all postsynaptic potentials examined from a first-person frame of reference. Reviews in the Neurosciences
Vadakkan KI. (2015) A framework for the first-person internal sensation of visual perception in mammals and a comparable circuitry for olfactory perception in Drosophila. Springerplus. 4: 833
Vadakkan KI. (2015) The functional role of all postsynaptic potentials examined from a first-person frame of reference. Reviews in the Neurosciences
Vadakkan KI. (2015) A pressure-reversible cellular mechanism of general anesthetics capable of altering a possible mechanism for consciousness. Springerplus. 4: 485
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