Neural Activity

Neural Activity

The basic processes and laws of neural activity mainly include nerve conduction, excitation, inhibition, and integration. Besides. the higher neural activity is the activity of the cerebral cortex, which is manifested in language, thinking, and practical activities. Biophysical analysis plays a vital role in the study of neural activity by using advanced technology to advance the study of the structure and function of neurons, neural circuits, and the nervous system, which in turn helps to reveal the pathogenesis of various neurological disorders.

CD BioSciences, which boasts outstanding biophysicists and advanced technology platforms, is dedicated to helping researchers systematically analyze neural activity and thereby unravel the pathogenesis of neural-related diseases.

Neural Activity

Neuroelectrophysiological Testing

Neuroelectrophysiology is a method of recording or measuring membrane potential changes, conduction velocity, and ion channel activity in whole animals or isolated organ tissues, nerves, and cellular ion channels using electrophysiological instruments, microelectrodes, voltage clamps, and membrane clamp techniques. By recording and analyzing the electrical activity of neurons, such as action potentials and synaptic potentials, the transmission and processing of nerve signals are revealed. These techniques include electroencephalography (EEG), electromyography (EMG), and local field potential recordings, which are important for studying the normal function of the nervous system and the mechanisms of neurological diseases.

Neuroimaging Techniques

Neuroimaging refers to the ability to directly or indirectly image the function, structure, and pharmacological properties of the nervous system (mainly the brain), and includes techniques such as optical microscopy, electron microscopy, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), and positron emission tomography (PET). By observing the morphological structure of neurons, the connectivity patterns of neural networks, and the spatial distribution of neural activity, not only helps to understand the basic organizing principles of the nervous system but also can be used to study the integration and regulation of neural activity at different levels.

Neural Computational Modeling

Utilizing computational modeling of the nervous system using biophysical principles and mathematical methods can help to study how macroscopic spatiotemporal patterns of neural activity are generated by the interplay of anatomical connectivity structures, intrinsic neural dynamics, and external perturbations (sensory, cognitive, pharmacological, electromagnetic, etc.). In addition, the technique can simulate and predict the dynamic behavior of neural activity. These models will not only help researchers understand the complexity of the nervous system but also provide new ideas and methods for the diagnosis of neurodegenerative diseases.


Neuro-biomechanics is the study of the normal and pathological range of motion of the nervous system. By studying the mechanical properties of neural tissues, such as the elasticity of nerve fibers and the shape of neurons, helps to reveal the effects of neural activity on the structure and function of neural tissues. In addition, the study is important for the development and regeneration of the nervous system as well as the mechanism of neurological diseases.

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