Working with fruit flies, researchers identify a mechanism which helps explain how neurons which make up the visual system are generated.
A new paper describes the scientific motivations for studying neural activity, along with a class of machine learning, called dimensionality reduction, for interpreting the activity.
Researching crayfish, scientists report the immune system can produce cells from stem cells. These cells can create neurons.
Researchers present evidence that the alternative splicing process frequently works differently in different types of neurons.
Researchers created 3D brain-like tissue which functions like, and has similar structural features to, tissue in rat brains.
Researchers have developed a method to measure the response of an individual neuron to transcranial magnetic stimulation.
A new study shows how a particular neuron creates its own space.
Researchers find new clues about neural malfunctions which contribute to intellectual disability.
A new study reports on how neurons equalize between excitation and inhibition.
Some retinal nerve cells shed mitochondria so that neighboring astrocytes can break them down.
Researchers develop a highly accurate representation of how neurons behave when performing complex movements.
New research suggest diversity of inhibiting neurons allows for more complex information processing.
Researchers demonstrate immunotherapy with specifically targeted antibodies could block the development and spread of Parkinson's disease pathology in the brain.
Depending on their circumstances, fruit flies can deploy two escape behaviors, a new study reports.
Transplanted dopamine neurons from fetal tissues remained healthy in the brains of people with Parkinson's disease for 14 years.