Researchers have made a significant breakthrough in restoring the ability to form lasting memories in older or damaged brains.
Researchers have identified a neurobiological basis for the processing and reactivation of spatial information in rodents.
Researchers generate microglia from stem cells derived from the skin. They believe their findings could help advance the understanding of the role microglia plays in Alzheimer's.
The hippocampus and amygdala directly exchange signals in order to recognize emotional stimuli and encode them into memories, researchers report.
Researchers successfully used electroacupuncture to increase the gene expression of enkephalins and reduce blood pressure for three days.