Neuroscience

New studies on Long COVID: Insights into the complex brain reactions
New studies on Long-COVID: Insights into the complex brain reactions From indirect inflammatory reactions to long-term brain injuries: How COVID-19 can affect the brain Recently, two landmark studies have shed new...
Non-invasive Brain Stimulation Opens Blood-Brain Barrier
Non-invasive Brain Stimulation Opens Blood-Brain Barrier US scientists demonstrate how ultrasound can deliver drugs to the brain Researchers at the...
Long-COVID: New Research Results and Possible Therapy Options
Long-COVID: New Research Results and Possible Treatment Options Research into causes progresses, brain stimulation methods discussed as treatment There is...
Cell Census Network (BICCN): Over 3,000 cell types active in the human brain
Cell Census Network (BICCN): Over 3,000 Cell Types Active in the Human Brain Mammoth scientific project presents new brain...
“Brain Fog” in Long-Covid: Oxford University finds possible causes
"Brain Fog" in Long-Covid: Oxford University Finds Possible CausesInflammatory markers CRP and blood clotting factor I lead to...
Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation procedures: Increasingly Essential for Healthcare
Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation procedures: Increasingly Essential for Healthcare New Fraunhofer white paper: recommended actions for development and implementation of "Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation" (NIBS) therapies elaborated Technical...
Connections between the skull and the brain surface (SMCs) confirmed
Connections between skull and brain surface (SMCs) confirmed Skull a gateway to potential treatment for brain diseases such as Alzheimer's Alzheimer's disease, stroke, and multiple sclerosis...
Common Genetic Defects in ALS and Frontotemporal Dementia
Common Genetic Defects in ALS and Frontotemporal Dementia New insights into Neurodegeneration Some patients with either amyotrophic lateral sclerosis/motor neurone disease (MND) or frontotemporal dementia (FTD)...
Cognitive Flexibility: How the Brain Learns New Rules
Cognitive Flexibility: How the Brain Learns New Rules Special Class of Neurons in the Prefrontal Cortex enables Flexible behaviour An international team of neuroscientists has discovered...
Long-COVID: New Study Provides Insights into Basic Mechanisms
Long-COVID research: new study provides insights into basic mechanisms SARS-CoV-2 spike protein: accumulation in the craniocerebral axis The prevalence of long-COVID is difficult to ascertain. Current...
Air Pollution Increases the Risk of Dementia
Air pollution increases dementia risk Metastudy shows links between particulate matter pollution and dementia Air pollution has long been suspected of increasing the risk of dementia....
Hidden Structures in the Circuit Diagram of the Brain
Hidden structures in the brain's wiring diagram. Researchers discover order in supposedly random connections between nerve cells. Our perception is formed in the brain through a...
Long-Covid and Post-Covid: Changes in the Brain Studied
Long-Covid and Post-Covid: Changes in the brain studied. Depositions can cause disorders of the nervous system. A study by the University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover (TiHo)...
Progress in Decoding the Brain Code for Depression
Advances in deciphering the brain code for depression New study advances fundamental understanding of neural circuitry in depression A new study published in the journal Biological...
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