Objective: Intracellular signaling mechanism is an important biological function, as scholars continue to seek new ways of improving social memory. Researchers have conducted several studies on the role of synapsin I in intracellular signaling mechanism. This study assessed the empirical evidence that shows the role of synapsin I in intracellular signaling mechanism with the aim of achieving exercise-induced improvement in social memory. Methods: Nine previously conducted researches were reviewed in this paper. The included studies were controlled laboratory experiments involving mice as the subjects. Results: Although the studies included were done in different timelines, the researchers agreed in unison that synapsin I plays a crucial role in cell signaling. The outcome of the practical studies was vital in understanding function and physiology of human cells, which is fundamental in science and human anatomy. Conclusion: In particular, the findings shows how exercise can improve social memory by triggering the intracellular signaling mechanism. The limited number of studies addressing the topic of intracellular cell signaling suggests that more study is needed to provide more evidence on the issue.
|Number of pages||4|
|Journal||Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2017|
- Intracellular signaling
- Social memory
- Synapsin I