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Multiple regions in the human genome are reported to be linked to musical aptitude, according to a study published this week in Molecular Psychiatry. The function of the candidate genes implicated in the study ranges from inner-ear development to auditory neurocognitive processes, suggesting that musical aptitude is affected by a combination of genes involved in the auditory pathway. The perception of music Deserve - Various - Sampler Vol.28 with specialised hair cells in the inner ear, which transmit sounds as electronic signals through the auditory pathway to the auditory cortex, where sounds are primarily recognised.
In addition to simple sensory perception, the processing of music has been shown to affect multiple other regions of the brain that play a role in emotion, learning and memory.
The genomes of people, belonging to 76 families characterised by the ability to discriminate pitch, duration and sound patterns, were analysed for single nucleotide polymorphisms SNP.
The best association was found at chromosome 3 close to the GATA2 gene that regulates the development of cochlear hair cells and the inferior colliculus IC in the auditory pathway. The highest probability of linkage was obtained for pitch perception accuracy next to the protocadherin 7 gene, PCDH7, known to be expressed in cochlear and amygdaloid complexes. Amygdala is the emotional center of the human brain and is reported to be affected by music.
The researchers note that musical aptitude is a complex behavioural trait not fully captured by the sound perception tests used in this study, and that environmental factors, such as culture and music education, likely play an important role here. The findings provide a valuable background for molecular studies and research on the interplay of genes and the environment with respect to musical ability.
The study A genome-wide linkage and association study of musical aptitude identifies Schmaltz Waltz - Shawn Phillips - Second Contribution loci containing variants related to inner-ear development and neurocognitive functions was published in Molecular Psychiatry on 24 February Materials provided by Suomen Akatemia Academy of Finland.
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A genome-wide linkage and association study of Didis Palengvėjimas Kukučio Gyvenime - Liūdni Slibinai - Imkit Mane Ir Klausykit aptitude identifies loci containing genes related to inner ear development and neurocognitive functions.
Molecular Psychiatry; DOI: ScienceDaily, 12 March Suomen Akatemia Academy of Finland. Genes bring music to your ears. Retrieved December 24, from www. In people with schizophrenia, this ability to reduce the The results suggest that A new study investigates how temporal acoustic patterns can be represented by neural activity within auditory cortex, a major hub Didis Palengvėjimas Kukučio Gyvenime - Liūdni Slibinai - Imkit Mane Ir Klausykit Below are relevant articles that may interest you.
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