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The DNA modification N6-methyldeoxyadenosine (m6dA) regulates experience-dependent gene expression and the formation of fear extinction memory
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Nature Research Feb 16
A new study, published in , offers an explanation for the decreased blood flow in the brain of people with Alzheimer's: white blood cells stuck to the inside of capillaries.
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Nature Neuroscience Feb 19
Variability is a ubiquitous aspect of neural recordings. In an influential paper, Churchland et al. (2010) compiled data from many cortical areas to demonstrate that variability generally decreases upon presentation of a stimulus.
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Nature Research Feb 17
Research published in finds that the spinal cord is able to process and control complex functions, like the positioning of the hand in external space.
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Nature Neuroscience Feb 18
Reduced mitochondrial fusion and Huntingtin levels contribute to impaired dendritic maturation and behavioral deficits in Fmr1 mutant mice
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Nature Neuroscience Feb 15
Spinal stretch reflexes support efficient hand control
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Nature Neuroscience Feb 14
is impaired in 's disease (AD) patient hippocampus, -derived human AD neurons, and in animal AD models. Stimulation of mitophagy reverses cognitive deficits in worm and mouse models of AD.
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Nature Neuroscience Feb 13
Stalled blood flow in cortical capillaries of 's disease model mice is largely due to stuck , and reducing their adhesion rapidly increased blood flow and improved memory performance
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Nature Neuroscience Feb 12
A subpopulation of dorsolateral septum -expressing (SST-INs) serve as hippocampal relays that govern mobility to calibrate adaptive fear responses
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Nature Neuroscience Feb 11
Items in visual working memory can invoke multiple, item-specific, action plans that can be accessed together with the visual representations that guide them – affording fast and precise memory guided behavior
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Nature Research Feb 8
Hundreds of genes have been newly linked to depression, shedding light on the origins of the condition and highlighting personality types that could be at risk. The findings are published in .
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Nature Neuroscience Feb 8
Differentiation of human (but not mouse) pluripotent stem cells into neurons or cortical requires transcriptional co-regulation by UTX and 53BP1
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Nature Research Feb 7
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Nature Neuroscience Feb 7
Coverage of our genome-wide meta-analysis of . Check out the full paper here:
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Nature Neuroscience Feb 7
Increased -mediated synapse pruning in patient-derived neural cultures
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Nature Neuroscience Feb 6
Genome-wide meta-analysis of identifies 102 independent variants and highlights several potential drug repositioning opportunities and the importance of prefrontal cortex
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Nature Neuroscience Feb 5
A genetic strategy combining a recombinase-based intersectional labeling method and rabies viral monosynaptic tracing enables subtype-specific visualization of cortical (IN) ensembles sending inputs to defined principal neuron (PN) subtypes
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Eric Topol Feb 4
And back to the and > 100 new loci identified to associate with by and collaborators
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Nature Neuroscience Feb 4
Nature Neuroscience editor Rebecca Wright is at the EMBO Molecular neuroscience: From genes to circuits in health and disease workshop in Bangalore this week!
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Nature Neuroscience Feb 4
A new knock-in mouse for activity-dependent genetic labeling (TRAP2) is used to show that neuronal ensembles for remote fear memory in cortex undergo dynamic changes during the first 14 days after learning
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