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Early life adversity decreases pre-adolescent fear expression by accelerating amygdala PV cell development
Gabriela Manzano Nieves et al.
Early life adversity (ELA) accelerated PV+ interneuron development in BLA and delayed the ability of pre-adolescent mice to express, but not form, an auditory conditioned fear memory in childhood.
Keratinocytes contribute to normal cold and heat sensation
Katelyn E Sadler et al.
Purinergic keratinocyte-to-sensory neuron signaling is a ubiquitous amplification mechanism that is required for normal mechanical, cold, and heat sensation in vivo.
Sensory restoration by epidural stimulation of the lateral spinal cord in upper-limb amputees
Santosh Chandrasekaran et al.
Cervical spinal cord stimulation evokes sensory percepts in the missing hand and arm of people with upper-limb amputation, regardless of amputation level or time post-amputation.
Stretching the skin immediately enhances perceived stiffness and gradually enhances the predictive control of grip force
Mor Farajian et al.
Elucidating the contribution of augmented artificial skin-stretch stimulation to the fingertips to the immediate illusion of a higher stiffness and to an increased predictive grip force control.
First Paper as PI: Claire Le Pichon
An experience in industry can provide a new perspective on how to run a lab as a group leader.
Damage to the right insula disrupts the perception of affective touch
Louise P Kirsch et al.
Lesion analyses in right hemisphere stroke patients reveal the crucial role of the right anterior and posterior insula in the perception of affective touch.
Optimal searching behaviour generated intrinsically by the central pattern generator for locomotion
David W Sims et al.
The nervous system circuitry that controls locomotion has evolved to intrinsically generate an optimal search pattern for resources.
Stereotyped transcriptomic transformation of somatosensory neurons in response to injury
Minh Q Nguyen et al.
Peripheral injury induces a programmed but reversible transformation of gene expression in somatosensory neurons providing a mechanism to regulate sensory input during wound healing.
MRGPRX4 is a bile acid receptor for human cholestatic itch
Huasheng Yu et al.
Bile acid and it's receptor MRGPRX4, but not TGR5, is one of the ligand-receptor pairs for chronic itch in patients with liver diseases.
Computational and Systems Biology
Characterizing functional pathways of the human olfactory system
Guangyu Zhou et al.
Human primary olfactory cortical regions can be parcellated into anatomically distinct areas based on whole-brain functional connectivity profiles, suggesting distinct, parallel functional pathways in the human olfactory system.
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