A new study reports sensory stimulation during the first two weeks of life is critical for establishing brain networks that help map sensation.
Researchers have been able to obtain images of the NMDA receptor in different states.
Familial hemiplegic migraine type 2 (FHM2) causes a malfunction of astrocytes in the cingulate cortex. Manipulating astrocytes in the cingulate cortex reversed the disfunction, preventing an increase in migraine-like symptoms in mice carrying the FHM2 defect.
A new study looks at the role glutamate plays in neuromuscular development.
Multisensory integration is an important skill for the developing brain because it helps shape how effectively we make sense of our surroundings, a new study reports.