Researchers have identified that some physical diseases tend to occur more frequently in young people who have previously suffered from certain mental disorders.
Researchers discover both the structure of specific brain areas and memory are linked to genetic activity that also play important roles in immune system function.
A new study reports long distance neural connections can target pools of stem cells in their niche and stimulate them to produce subtypes of olfactory bulb neurons.
Researchers have designed two proteins that are able to stabilize cell scaffolding linking to muscle fibers, restoring muscle structure and function. The two proteins also were able to significantly prolong survival in animal models of muscular dystrophy.
Researchers have identified how our brains are so good at perceiving contours and edges. The study, published in Nature, reports neurons are most likely to connect if they react to edges that lie on a common axis and the structure of the world around us is mirrored in the pattern of synapses.
Researchers have identified a number of variable locations in the genome that influence hippocampal gene activity and may contribute to brain disorders.
University of Basel researchers reveal the volume of the anterior insula, a brain area associated with emotion and empathy, is larger in boys who express higher levels of callous-unemotional traits.
University of Basel bioethicists have outlined a new biosecurity framework for neurotechnology. They call for regulations to protect the mental privacy and integrity of those the technologies are used on.
Using neuroimaging and mathematical graph theory, researchers discover it is possible to detect those at risk of developing psychosis by examining cortical folding.