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Intermittent subthalamic nucleus deep brain stimulation induces risk-aversive behavior in human subjects
Shaun R Patel et al.
Deep brain stimulation can selectively modify neural activity within the subthalamic nucleus to modify decisions under uncertainty in human subjects.
Rapid whole brain imaging of neural activity in freely behaving larval zebrafish (
Lin Cong et al.
The integration of a novel high spatiotemporal resolution volume imaging technique and a fast 3D tracking system allows capturing whole brain neural activities in a freely behaving larval zebrafish.
A novel perivascular cell population in the zebrafish brain
Marina Venero Galanternik et al.
A new brain perivascular cell type in the zebrafish related to mammalian Fluorescent Granular Perithelial (FGP) cells emerges directly from endothelium during early development.
Transverse sinus injections drive robust whole-brain expression of transgenes
Ali S Hamodi et al.
A new viral injection method targets the transverse sinuses to achieve robust whole-brain delivery of single or multiple genes in multiple mammalian species early in development.
Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine
Adult axolotls can regenerate original neuronal diversity in response to brain injury
Ryoji Amamoto et al.
Upon injury, the regeneration of the adult axolotl brain rebuilds neuronal diversity, but alters the original long-distance circuitry and tissue architecture.
Immunology and Inflammation
Internalization and presentation of myelin antigens by the brain endothelium guides antigen-specific T cell migration
Melissa A Lopes Pinheiro et al.
Antigen-specific control of CD4+ T cell trans-migration by brain endothelial cells via presentation of CNS-derived antigens in MHC-II molecules.
Delivery of circulating lipoproteins to specific neurons in the Drosophila brain regulates systemic insulin signaling
Marko Brankatschk et al.
Yeast specific lipids promote the transport of lipid transfer protein (LTP) across the blood brain barrier to the neurons that regulate systemic insulin signaling.
GABA, not BOLD, reveals dissociable learning-dependent plasticity mechanisms in the human brain
Polytimi Frangou et al.
Combining GABA with fMRI measurements in the human brain uncovers distinct suppression mechanisms that optimize perceptual decisions through learning and experience-dependent plasticity in the visual cortex.
Brain tumours repurpose endogenous neuron to microglia signalling mechanisms to promote their own proliferation
Kelda Chia et al.
P2ry12-mediated microglial interactions stimulate the proliferation of brain tumour initiating cells.
Suppression of transcytosis regulates zebrafish blood-brain barrier function
Natasha M O'Brown et al.
The zebrafish has been established as a genetic and molecular model for the blood-brain barrier.
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