Computational domains of synaptic exocytosis
The computational modeling of synaptic dopamine exocytosis provides a experimental framework for studying the dynamics of exocytosis on human consciousness. In specific, the existence of quantum-like computational domains in dopaminergic interneurons could explain how synaptic hypercomputation evolved as a epigenetic change of neuronal synchronicity in the CNS. In addition, the role of synaptic exocytosis in the transcriptional activity of dopamine is poorly understood. Synaptic exocytosis may have strong influence on RNA-guided neurotransmission and neuronal synchronicity.
Role of quasicrystals in RNA-guided dopamine neurotransmission
The role and existence of quantum-like quasicrytals in dopamine neurons is not documented.
Neuromodulation of excitatory synaptogenesis in striatal development.
Subcellular neuronal quasicrystals: Implications for consciousness.