Summary: Studying axolotl, the Mexican Salamander, researchers discover the key to regeneration lies within the immune system.
Source: MDI Biological Laboratory.
The answer to regenerative medicine’s most c […]
Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Infection in Pregnant Pigs Leads to Antisocial Piglets, on the site Neuroscience News 12 hours, 18 minutes ago
Summary: Recent studies have reported on a link between maternal infection and subsequent higher risk of autism in offspring. A new study from ACES reports similar findings in pigs. Mother pigs who develop […]
Summary: The neurological benefits experienced by those with epilepsy who follow ketogenic diets may be a result of the low carb diet lowering brain inflammation, researchers report.
Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Better Think Twice About Spice: Synthetic Cannabis’ Impact on Brain Health, on the site Neuroscience News 14 hours, 36 minutes ago
Summary: A new study reports on the dangers of using synthetic cannabis products on a person’s brain and general health.
Source: University of Tsukuba.
Marijuana is the most commonly abused drug in the […]
Summary: Researchers discover post stroke neurogenesis in the hippocampus is linked to worse performance in hippocampal memory tasks.
Neurogenesis is a complex biological process by which […]
Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Study Combines Music and Brain Stimulation to Improve Memory, on the site Neuroscience News 14 hours, 46 minutes ago
Summary: Combining non-invasive brain stimulation with a person’s favorite music from the past may help to activate old memories and improve mood for older patients with MCI, a new study reports.
Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Multi-Gene Test Predicts Alzheimer’s Better Than ApoE4 Alone, on the site Neuroscience News 14 hours, 49 minutes ago
Summary: UCSF researchers have developed a new genetic risk factor test that takes into account more than 24 genetic variants, each of which are associated with a small risk of Alzheimer’s disease. The researchers […]
Summary: While it is widely believed social cues can accelerate puberty, previous studies have found it difficult to clearly identify the most crucial signals responsible for the change. A new study in PLOS […]
Neuroscience News wrote a new post, You Can ‘Pick Up’ a Good or Bad Mood From Your Friends, on the site Neuroscience News 16 hours, 13 minutes ago
Summary: A new study reveals how the mood of one friend can impact the moods of others in their social circle.
Source: University of Warwick.
Study suggests that depression doesn’t have the same e […]
Summary: Targeting a protein called neuroligin 3 helps stop the growth of high grade gliomas in mice, a new study reports.
New research conducted in mice provides evidence that highly […]
Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Gene Immunotherapy Protects Against Multiple Sclerosis: Mouse Study, on the site Neuroscience News 1 day, 11 hours ago
Summary: A new study in Molecular Therapy reveals gene immunotherapy is able to reverse symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis, and even prevent the disease from appearing in mice.
Source: Cell Press.
A potent and […]
Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Higher Manganese Levels in Children Correlate With Lower IQ Scores, on the site Neuroscience News 1 day, 12 hours ago
Summary: Higher levels of manganese in blood and hair samples has been linked to slower working memory and lower IQ in children, a new study reports. Researchers report children who live in areas with high […]
Summary: Researchers from Max Planck Institute have identified a neural connectivity pattern in the medial entorhinal cortex that appears to assist with navigation.
Source: Max Planck Institute.
Summary: MIT researchers report children as young as 15 months try harder to complete a task if they witness an adult struggling to succeed than those who witness a task completed effortlessly.
Summary: UCL researchers report 24 percent of girls aged 14 report feeling symptoms of depression. Only 9 percent of young teenage males reported feeling depressed.
New research shows a quarter […]
Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Your Neurons Register Familiar Faces, Whether You Notice Them or Not, on the site Neuroscience News 1 day, 13 hours ago
Summary: Whether we are consciously aware of seeing a familiar face and object or not, our brains actively notice. A new study sheds light on the nature of conscious perception.
Source: Cell Press.
Summary: Much like other animals, the upside-down jellyfish enters into sleep. However, unlike other animals, the jellyfish has no central nervous system. Researchers believe the need to sleep evolved before the […]
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