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Nature Neuroscience May 16
Nature Neuroscience editor Shari Wiseman is at the Society for Biological Psychiatry meeting in Chicago this week!
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Nature Neuroscience May 15
defects contribute to pathogenesis in a new mouse model of C9ORF72-related amyotrophic lateral sclerosis () and frontotemporal dementia ()
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Nature Neuroscience May 14
Proneural factors Ascl1 and Neurog2 bind to largely non-overlapping sites in the genome, establishing distinct chromatin landscapes that shape the activity of downstream factors during neuronal fate specification
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Nature Neuroscience May 13
Magnetization transfer (MT) MRI shows that brain-wide, -related microstructure grows from adolescence to adulthood, and this growth is reduced in the presence of compulsivity and impulsivity traits
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MicroJo May 10
Behind the scenes at Nature journals. Dr Leonie Welburg of is at Leicester Uni talking about getting a paper published with Nature.
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Nature Neuroscience May 8
A previously unknown regulator of protein quality control, L3MBTL1, is involved in proteotoxicity associated with and
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BrainPost May 7
This week in by and colleagues: Inflammation Triggers Somatic Bassoon Protein Accumulation in Multiple Sclerosis 's scientific summary by
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Nature Neuroscience May 7
Replying to @NatureNeuro
Also check out the News & Views, "Checking macrophages at the border"
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Nature Neuroscience May 7
The diversity of brain , including border-associated macrophages (BAMs) from the dura mater, subdural meninges, and choroid plexus, revealed with single-cell RNA sequencing, high-dimensional cytometry, and fate-mapping
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Nature Neuroscience May 6
Nature Neuroscience editor Rebecca Wright is at the meeting on Understanding and Targeting 's Disease in Denmark this week!
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Nature Neuroscience May 6
Evidence that the visual system specifically straightens natural videos, offering a solution for tasks that rely on prediction
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NatureReviewsCancer May 3
Macrophage manipulation: 3 papers in & examine metabolic reprogramming of tumour-associated macrophages, and how this affects tumour progression and therapeutic response & resistance.
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Nature Neuroscience May 3
A corticothalamic circuit through the thalamic reticular nucleus (TRN) that controls flight in response to fear
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Nature Neuroscience May 2
Chief Editor from wrote an excellent research highlight of our recent paper from Reinhart & Nguyen about boosting working memory in older adults. Read the highlight here:
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Nature Neuroscience May 2
Posterior parietal cortex (PPC) circuits play a causal role in decision-making during stimulus categorization
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Nature Neuroscience May 1
Recurrent circuits in the primate ventral stream are critical for rapid object identification
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Nature Research Apr 30
In researchers report the use of direct optogenetic stimulation of the brain to create a fully artificial odour memory in mice. The mice preferred or avoided an odour they had never smelled before, depending on the pattern of stimulation.
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Nature Neuroscience Apr 30
Cerebellar climbing fiber inputs to Purkinje neurons signal reward expectation, delivery, and omission
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Nature Neuroscience Apr 29
Replying to @markgbaxter
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Nature Neuroscience Apr 29
. and used optogenetic stimulation to engineer a fully artificial olfactory fear memory in mice
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