Myelomonocytic cells, a type of immune cell, can both harm and help the brain following injury.
Artificial intelligence technology redesigned a bacterial protein that helps researchers track serotonin in the brain in real time.
Researchers have isolated a set of antibodies from a llama which show promise for the treatment of COVID-19. The NIH-CoVnB-112 nanoantibody bound to ACE2 receptors up to ten times stronger than other lab-produced antibodies. The nanoantibody stuck directly to the ACE2 receptor binding portion of the SARS_CoV-2 spike protein. The protein could be effective in preventing coronavirus infection.
An area of the superior temporal sulcus is critical for visual processing and making decisions about visual information.
Researchers discovered how a group of high-frequency brain waves help us to unconsciously set expectation of the world around us and realize something is different by comparing past memories with current situations.
Researchers were able to ascertain the colors people were seeing by looking at their brain activity. The study reveals we have unique brain activity associated with specific colors.
IgA cells that originate in the gut play a role appear to have neuroprotective properties against diseases associated with neuroinflammation, such as meningitis.
Study reveals one in four women experience symptoms of depression up to three years after giving birth. The risks are greater for women with a history of mood disorders and gestational diabetes.
Study implicates the PIEZO2 gene in experiencing the urge to urinate. The gene helps at least two cell types in the brain to identify when the bladder is full and needs emptying.
The retrieval of mitochondria via a feedback loop is vital to sustaining synaptic transmission.