An international team of researchers have compiled the largest dataset to date that details differences between healthy brains and those with Alzheimer's disease. The researchers have released the data online and is free to use.
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.
According to researchers, a drug approved by the FDA may reverse some of the symptoms associated with Fragile X syndrome. The drug can reverse hyper-excitability that leads to sensory hypersensitivity.
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 report within the first weeks of life, deaf cats have reduced connections between the anterior ectosylvian sulcus and the superior colliculus. However, deaf cats have increased connections from other auditory areas to the superior colliculus.
A new study reveals the neurological mechanisms at work during ketamine anesthesia.
According to a new study, researchers use optogenetic technology to manipulate neural circuitry and leave mice unable to sense rough or smooth surfaces.