Researchers report oligodendrocytes may be critical to the remyelination process.
Researchers provide new evidence of brain plasticity. A new study reveals visual cortex neurons sprout new axons and shed some old ones as animals improve at perceptual learning tasks.
Researchers report polarized phosphorylation of shootin 1 within growth cones is required for the directional axon guidance induced by netrin-1 gradients.
Researchers have successfully restored the ability to walk in mice paralyzed as a result of spinal cord injuries with the help of a small molecular compound.
Researchers have successfully mapped brain networks that are responsible for perception and movements linked to touch. The findings may provide new insights into the connection between movement and touch.
Researchers have developed a new gel infused with molecules that stimulates blood vessel growth and suppresses inflammation following a stroke. The study reveals after treatment, mice also regenerated brain tissue and showed improvements in motor behavior.
Researchers have successfully mapped brain to spinal cord neural connections that help drive voluntary movement. The map could be beneficial in developing new strategies to treat spinal cord damage.
Researchers have created a revolutionary new tool to help shed light on living cells. By combining two existing imaging technologies, researchers were able to image living cells in 3D.