Tag: central nervous system

Biology

Longitudinal connections and the organization of the temporal cortex in macaques, great apes, and humans

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by Lea Roumazeilles, Nicole Eichert, Katherine L. Bryant, Davide Folloni, Jerome Sallet, Suhas Vijayakumar, Sean Foxley, Benjamin C. Tendler, Saad Jbabdi, Colin Reveley, Lennart Verhagen,...
Neurology

Higher doses of omega-3 supplements may be needed for averting cognitive decline

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For years, a scientific puzzle has bedeviled researchers aiming to fight Alzheimer’s disease, a common and incurable form of dementia. Source link...
Biology

Rest-task modulation of fMRI-derived global signal topography is mediated by transient coactivation patterns

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by Jianfeng Zhang, Zirui Huang, Shankar Tumati, Georg Northoff Recent resting-state functional MRI (fMRI) studies have revealed that the global signal (GS) exhibits a nonuniform...
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New vitamin K-based drug eliminates medication-resistant epileptic seizures in mice

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In the cover article of the June 11 issue of the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, a team of researchers at the Medical University of South...
Biology

Resting-state brain and spinal cord networks in humans are functionally integrated

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by Shahabeddin Vahdat, Ali Khatibi, Ovidiu Lungu, Jürgen Finsterbusch, Christian Büchel, Julien Cohen-Adad, Veronique Marchand-Pauvert, Julien Doyon In the absence of any task, both the...
Gastroenterology

Irritable bowel disease heightens the risk of dementia

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Scientists have long explored the link between the gut and the brain. Now, a new study shows that older adults with chronic inflammation of the...
Gastroenterology

Irritable bowel syndrome heightens the risk of dementia

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Scientists have long explored the link between the gut and the brain. Now, a new study shows that older adults with chronic inflammation of the...
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Creating the first 3D neural map of a heart

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News-Medical spoke to Dr. Vadigepalli and Dr. Schwaber about their groundbreaking research in which they managed to map the neurons in the heart. Source link...
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GMU researchers studying effect of cannabidiol on exosome release

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Fatah Kashanchi, Professor, Laboratory of Molecular Virology, School of Systems Biology, and Lance Liotta, Co-Director, Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine, are working to mitigate virally...
Neurology

How COVID-19 affects the nervous system

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A new paper published in the journal JAMA Neurology in May 2020 discusses the presentation and complications of COVID-19 with respect to the nervous system....
Biology

Dilp-2–mediated PI3-kinase activation coordinates reactivation of quiescent neuroblasts with growth of their glial stem cell niche

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by Xin Yuan, Conor W. Sipe, Miyuki Suzawa, Michelle L. Bland, Sarah E. Siegrist Dietary nutrients provide macromolecules necessary for organism growth and development. In...
Biology

Behavioral flexibility is associated with changes in structure and function distributed across a frontal cortical network in macaques

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by Jérôme Sallet, MaryAnn P. Noonan, Adam Thomas, Jill X. O’Reilly, Jesper Anderson, Georgios K. Papageorgiou, Franz X. Neubert, Bashir Ahmed, Jackson Smith, Andrew H....
Biology

BigBrain 3D atlas of cortical layers: Cortical and laminar thickness gradients diverge in sensory and motor cortices

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by Konrad Wagstyl, Stéphanie Larocque, Guillem Cucurull, Claude Lepage, Joseph Paul Cohen, Sebastian Bludau, Nicola Palomero-Gallagher, Lindsay B. Lewis, Thomas Funck, Hannah Spitzer, Timo Dickscheid,...
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Newly developed laboratory model helps reveal how HIV infection affects the brain

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Though many negative repercussions of human immunodeficiency virus infection can be mitigated with the use of antiretroviral therapy, one area where medical advances haven’t made...
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Cryo-electron microscopy helps visualize ball-and-chain inactivation of ion channels

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Ion channels, which allow potassium and sodium ions to flow in and out of cells, are crucial in neuronal ‘firing’ in the central nervous system...
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Lack of the MHC class II chaperone H2-O causes susceptibility to autoimmune diseases

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by Robin A. Welsh, Nianbin Song, Catherine A. Foss, Tatiana Boronina, Robert N. Cole, Scheherazade Sadegh-Nasseri DO (HLA-DO, in human; murine H2-O) is a highly...

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