A new study provides evidence for how the frontal cortex exerts control over thought and action.
Researchers use big data analysis and large scale neural recordings to explore how the brain remembers and recalls negative social interactions.
According to researchers, suppressing the activity of a specific serotonin receptor can help reduce autism relevant behaviors in mouse models.
Researchers report they have identified neurons in the visual cortex that selectively respond to an intermediate color, not just primary colors.
Researchers have created a new tool that could revolutionize optogenetics research.
According to researchers, the brain uses similar calculations to measure the speed and direction of objects in motion whether they are visually perceived or touched.
Researchers report neurons in the cerebellum send out their electrical signals either as a constant hum or in sudden bursts, depending on the voltage that crosses their cell membranes.
A new study reports amyloid beta induces a strong inflammatory response, destroying the blood-CSF barrier.
According to a new study, the hormone Adiponectin can reverse the negative effects of obesity on offspring when infused into the placenta of obese, pregnant mice.
According to a new study major urinary protein, or MUP, could provide a genetic kinship marker to avoid inbreeding with close relatives in mice.
According to researchers, young mice exposed to malaria while in the uterus had memory impairments and expressed depressive behaviors.