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Any Neuron and Cell Structure Relating Data for Brain Functions?

Any Neuron and Cell Structure Relating Data for Brain Functions?

Any Neuron and Cell Structure Relating Data for Brain Functions?

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Wondering if Nanotech is touching cell and neuron structures - even if it is years in the making?

Any references recommended that are populated with numerical data?

The spreadsheet displays potential relations between cell specific and neuron unique structural components, that exist in the neuron.

If any relations contribute to neural stabilization between these structural components, data could be investigated and mathematical models composed for revealing how neurons are regulated internally.

Therefore, much effort is being placed into obtaining data for relations in green cells (see attached) for a math project involving Kalman Filtration Matrices, Partial Differential Equations (PDEs), and eventually Nash Equilibrium Game Theory optimization.

I know this is a crazy, but wishing to use these potential relations for Nano-tech that may one day alleviate any degenerative brain disorders/diseases involving the function misalignment of neurons.

This is for my severely autistic brother who is 26 years young.

Looking forward to any advice. Thankyou.

Spreadsheet to come.

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