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Inhibition of striatonigral autophagy as a link between cannabinoid intoxication and impairment of motor coordination
Cristina Blázquez et al.
-Tetrahydrocannabinol impairs motor coordination in mice by inhibiting autophagy in the striatonigral pathway, thus defining a new conceptual view of how cannabis acts in the brain.
Learning steers the ontogeny of an efficient hunting sequence in zebrafish larvae
Konstantinos Lagogiannis et al.
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.
Different theta frameworks coexist in the rat hippocampus and are coordinated during memory-guided and novelty tasks
Víctor J López-Madrona et al.
Integration and segregation of information of memory and sensory in the hippocampus could be achieved by the coordination of distinct theta-gamma coding frameworks.
Altered functional connectivity during speech perception in congenital amusia
Kyle Jasmin et al.
Stem cell regionalization during olfactory bulb neurogenesis depends on regulatory interactions between
Nathalie Coré et al.
Temporal selectivity declines in the aging human auditory cortex
Julia Erb et al.
The aged human auditory cortex shows preserved tonotopy, but temporal modulations are represented with a markedly broader tuning, highlighting decreased temporal selectivity as a hallmark of the aging auditory cortex.
The cytokine GDF15 signals through a population of brainstem cholecystokinin neurons to mediate anorectic signalling
Amy A Worth et al.
The GDF15 receptor, GFRAL,is expressed on a unique population of brainstem CCK neurons and mediates pathophysiological anorexia.
A machine-vision approach for automated pain measurement at millisecond timescales
Jessica M Jones et al.
Rapid stimulus-driven modulation of slow ocular position drifts
Tatiana Malevich et al.
On the origin of fly species
Hui Gong, Lucia Prieto-Godino
Human Biology and Medicine
Excitation, inhibition and autism
Charlotte M Pretzsch, Dorothea L Floris
Neurogenesis in the adult brain
The University of Texas at Austin, United States
Weill Cornell Medicine, United States
University College London, United Kingdom
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