H3 acetylation of basal neural precursor cells may have been an important factor in the evolution of the human neocortex.
Exercise has a two-fold effect on those with depression. Physical activity reduces symptoms of depression and increases the brain's ability to change, researchers report.
At the site of injury, nerves release a protein called CXCL12 which attracts growing nerve fibers and keeps them trapped in place. This prevents the nerve fibers from growing in the correct direction to bridge the injury site.
An increase in theta oscillations in the hippocampus help make learning and subsequent memory more efficient.
Objects are not only represented in one form of short term memory but in several forms simultaneously.
Receptor potentiation was observed when the antagonists bind to receptors that consist of different subunits, where it acts as a subunit.