May 9, 2021

Visualization of trigeminal ganglion sensory neuronal signaling regulated by Cdk5

<p>The mechanisms underlying facial and oral pain are still incompletely understood, posing major therapeutic challenges. Cyclin-dependent kinase 5 (Cdk5) is a key neuronal kinase involved in pain signaling. However, the …

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Tools for efficient analysis of neurons in a 3D reference atlas of whole mouse spinal cord

<p>Spinal neurons are highly heterogeneous in location, transcriptional identity and function. To understand their contributions to sensorimotor circuits, it is essential to map the positions of identified subsets of neurons …

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Ongoing neural oscillations predict the post-stimulus outcome of closed loop auditory stimulation during slow-wave sleep.

<p>The large slow oscillation (SO, 0.5-2Hz) that characterises slow-wave sleep is crucial to memory consolidation and other physiological functions. Manipulating slow oscillations can enhance sleep and memory, as well as …

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Role of hypocretin in the medial preoptic area in the regulation of sleep, maternal behavior and body temperature of lactating rats.

<p>The hypocretins (HCRT), also known as orexin, includes two neuroexcitatory peptides, HCRT-1 and HCRT-2 (orexin A y B, respectively), synthesized by neurons located in the postero-lateral hypothalamus, whose projections and …

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Physical, Digital, and Audiobooks Compared: Which Should You Read?

<p>It’s a glorious time to be a reader. From the public domain books on <a href=”https://www.gutenberg.org/”>Project Gutenberg</a> to the free digital and audiobook downloads from your local library, books are …

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Unilateral Resection of Both Cortical Visual Pathways Alters Action but not Perception

<p>The human cortical visual system consists of two major pathways, a ventral pathway that subserves perception and a dorsal pathway that subserves visuomotor control. These pathways follow dissociable developmental trajectories, …

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Independent dynamics of slow, intermediate, and fast intracranial EEG spectral activities during human memory formation

<p>A wide spectrum of brain rhythms are engaged throughout the human cortex in cognitive functions. How the rhythms of various low and high frequencies are spatiotemporally coordinated across the human …

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Subpopulations of neurons in lOFC encode previous and current rewards at time of choice

<p>Studies of neural dynamics in lateral orbitofrontal cortex (lOFC) have shown that subsets of neurons that encode distinct aspects of behavior, such as value, may project to common downstream targets. …

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The influence of the respiratory cycle on reaction times in sensory-cognitive paradigms

<p>Behavioural and electrophysiological studies point to widespread influence of the state of respiration on brain activity and cognitive performance. Still, the prevalence and relevance of such respiratory-behavioural relations in typical …

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Capturing the nature of events and event context using Hierarchical Event Descriptors (HED)

<p>Because of the central role that event-related data analysis plays in EEG and MEG (MEEG) experiments, choices about which events to report and how to annotate their full natures can …

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