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Genetic influence alters the brain synchronism in perception and timing

By Victor Marinho, Thomaz Oliveira, Juliete Bandeira, Giovanny R. Pinto, Anderson Gomes, Valéria Lima, Francisco Magalhães, Kaline Rocha, Carla Ayres, Valécia Carvalho, Bruna Velasques, Pedro Ribeiro, Marco Orsini, Victor Hugo Bastos, Daya Gupta and Silmar Teixeira

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Abstract Background Studies at the molecular level aim to integrate genetic and neurobiological data to provide an increasingly detailed understanding of phenotypes related to the ability in time perception. Main Text This study suggests that the polymorphisms genetic SLC6A4 5-HTTLPR, 5HTR2A T102C, DRD2/ANKK1-Taq1A, SLC6A3 3’-UTR VNTR, COMT Val158Met, CLOCK genes and GABRB2 A/C as modification factor at neurochemical levels associated with several neurofunctional aspects, modifying the circadian rhythm and built-in cognitive functions in the timing. We conducted a literature review with 102 studies that met inclusion criteria to synthesize findings on genetic polymorphisms and their influence on the timing. Conclusion The findings suggest an association of genetic polymorphisms on behavioral aspects related in timing. However, order to confirm the paradigm of association in the timing as a function of the molecular level, still need to be addressed future research

Topics: Time perception, Genetic polymorphisms, Serotonin, Dopamine, Circadian rhythm, GABA, Medicine, R
Publisher: BMC
Year: 2018
DOI identifier: 10.1186/s12929-018-0463-z
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:5cb8632d4c514efcb92cd6b3e7838652
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