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Neural “signature” may reflect how we respond to feelings of social isolation his holiday season will be a lonely one for many people as social distancing due to COVID-19 continues, and it is important to...
Using rabies virus injected into the stomach of rats, researchers trace the nerves back to the brain and find distinct ‘fight or flight’ and ‘rest and digest’ circuits. These results explain how mental states can affect the gut, and present new ways to treat gastrointestinal problems.
Response of dozens of pain-promotion centers is dampened by single OFF switch.
Researchers also found preliminary evidence that ovarian hormones may modulate the differential response in women and may be related to different levels of estrogen.
Veteran players of ‘Mozak’ are pitted against Allen Institute researchers — well-versed in neuroscience but new to the online game — in a work-and-game-at-home challenge.
Switch in chemical messaging is key prelude to motor skill acquisition according to research
Improvement of separate clusters of depressive symptoms is linked to therapeutic stimulation of distinct brain circuitry epression is the leading cause of disability worldwide, striking as many as one in...
A key target for treating stress-related disorders such as panic disorder and PTSD is what this neural circuit could become.
Study finds involuntary movements caused by dopamine replacement therapy can be alleviated through suppression of RasGRP1.
Neurobiologists at KU Leuven have discovered how the signalling molecule Neuromedin U plays a crucial role in our learning process. The protein allows the brain to recall negative memories and, as such, learn from the past. The findings of their study on roundworms have been published in the journal Nature Communications.