Important clues about the causes of MS could be found in gray matter, a new study suggests.
Researchers pinpoint the role of the Arl13b gene in the formation and proper placement of neurons during brain development.
Researchers discover significant sex-based brain anatomy differences between males and females with dyslexia.
Future research into the underlying causes of neurological disorders such as autism, epilepsy and schizophrenia, should greatly benefit from a first-of-its-kind atlas of gene-enhancers in the cerebrum (telencephalon). This new atlas identifies and locates thousands of gene-regulating elements in a region of the brain that is of critical importance for cognition, motor functions and emotion.