Neuroscience is the scientific field that studies the brain and nervous system, including the interactions between nerve cells and neurons, the structure and function of the nervous system, as well as the workings of the brain and mind. The formation of the nervous system includes important processes such as neuronal fate determination, morphogenesis, synapse formation, and pruning. Utilize biophysical techniques and in-depth research on the formation and plasticity of neural circuits to promote understanding of the pathogenic mechanisms of developmental neurological diseases and provide a theoretical basis for the development of new drugs and treatments.

CD BioSciences, with its specialized microscopy and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology platforms, is deeply involved in neuroscience research on neurotransmitters, synaptic plasticity, neural activity, and neuromorphology, providing a better understanding of neurological disorders, such as Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease.


Neurotransmitter Release

Neurotransmitters mainly exist between neurons and neurons or effector cells and are mainly used to transmit information between cells. Currently, advanced biophysical techniques can elucidate the molecular mechanism of neurotransmitter release and further reveal the pathogenesis of neurodegenerative diseases. In addition, combined with advanced computer modeling technology, the synaptic release process can also be simulated and detected.

Synaptic Plasticity

Synaptic plasticity is closely related to higher-level functions of the nervous system—learning and memory. According to the duration, synaptic plasticity is divided into short-term and long-term. Combining biophysical analysis and imaging technology can visualize synaptic plasticity, provide research directions for the mechanisms of the occurrence and development of neurodegenerative diseases, and explore targets for the prevention and treatment of neurodegenerative diseases.

Neural Activity

The basic processes and laws of neural activity mainly include nerve conduction, excitation, inhibition, and integration. Optical microscopy, electron microscopy, and positron emission tomography (PET) can reveal the morphological structure of neurons, the connection patterns of neural networks, and the spatial distribution of neural activity. In addition, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can provide high resolution. Direct imaging will open new avenues in brain science by providing a deeper understanding of the functional organization of the brain.


The main function of neurons is to conduct nerve impulses, and they are the smallest nerve cells in the nervous system. If the morphology of neurons is damaged, neurological dysfunction may result. Super-resolution light microscopy visualization of neurons reveals new insights into neuron-glia interactions.

CD BioSciences is committed to applying the most professional biophysical analysis technology to neuroscience research. Reveal the activity, morphology, and function of nerves through microscopes and magnetic resonance imaging platforms, thereby advancing the study of neurological diseases. If you are interested in our services, please feel free to contact us.

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