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17th international conference on Brain Edema and Cellular Injury.

Jerome Badaut, John Zhang,

J. Neurosci. Res. (Journal of neuroscience research)
[2020, 98(1):5-8]

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Climbing with Mike.

Howard Casey Cromwell,

J. Neurosci. Res. (Journal of neuroscience research)
[2019, 97(12):1750]

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Michael S. Levine: Research pioneer of basal ganglia function and dysfunction. A small tribute on the occasion of his 75th birthday anniversary.

Carlos Cepeda, Christopher Scott Colwell,

J. Neurosci. Res. (Journal of neuroscience research)
[2019, 97(12):1487-1490]

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The pathophysiology of Michael Levine.

Edward A Stern,

J. Neurosci. Res. (Journal of neuroscience research)
[2019, 97(12):1746-1747]

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My years at UCLA.

Edgar Garcia-Rill,

J. Neurosci. Res. (Journal of neuroscience research)
[2019, 97(12):1749]

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Reflections on my longtime friendship with Mike Levine.

Scott H Chandler,

J. Neurosci. Res. (Journal of neuroscience research)
[2019, 97(12):1742-1743]

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Happy birthday to Mike-75 years young!

David Sibley,

J. Neurosci. Res. (Journal of neuroscience research)
[2019, 97(12):1744-1745]

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A short note for Mike.

Leslie M Thompson,

J. Neurosci. Res. (Journal of neuroscience research)
[2019, 97(12):1748]

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Emotional behavior in aquatic organisms? Lessons from crayfish and zebrafish.

Murilo S de Abreu, Caio Maximino, Filipe Banha, Pedro M Anastácio, Konstantin A Demin, Allan V Kalueff, Marta C Soares,

Experimental animal models are a valuable tool to study the neurobiology of emotional behavior and mechanisms underlying human affective disorders. Mounting evidence suggests that various aquatic organisms, including both vertebrate (e.g., zebrafish) and invertebrate (e.g., crayfish) species, may be relevant to study animal emotional response and its deficits. Ideally, model ... Read more >>

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The emerging role of Hippo signaling in neurodegeneration.

Manas Ranjan Sahu, Amal Chandra Mondal,

Neurodegeneration refers to the complex process of progressive degeneration or neuronal apoptosis leading to a set of incurable and debilitating conditions. Physiologically, apoptosis is important in proper growth and development. However, aberrant and unrestricted apoptosis can lead to a variety of degenerative conditions including neurodegenerative diseases. Although dysregulated apoptosis has ... Read more >>

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Blockade of dopamine D1 receptors in male rats disrupts morphine reward in pain naïve but not in chronic pain states.

Patrick Grenier, Madison C Mailhiot, Catherine M Cahill, Mary C Olmstead,

The rewarding effect of opiates is mediated through dissociable neural systems in drug naïve and drug-dependent states. Neuroadaptations associated with chronic drug use are similar to those produced by chronic pain, suggesting that opiate reward could also involve distinct mechanisms in chronic pain and pain-naïve states. We tested this hypothesis ... Read more >>

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Neural substrates of habit.

Melissa Malvaez,

Active reward pursuit is supported by the balance between the cognitive and habitual control of behavior. The cognitive, goal-directed strategy relies on the prospective evaluation of anticipated consequences, which allows behavior to readily adapt when circumstances change. Repetition of successful actions promotes less cognitively taxing habits, in which behavior is ... Read more >>

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Hemodynamic responses are abnormal in isolated cervical dystonia.

Brian D Berman, Christopher L Groth, Erica Shelton, Stefan H Sillau, Brianne Sutton, Kristina T Legget, Jason R Tregellas,

Neuroimaging studies using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), which measures brain activity by detecting the changes in blood oxygenation levels, are advancing our understanding of the pathophysiology of dystonia. Neurobiological disturbances in dystonia, however, may affect neurovascular coupling and impact the interpretability of fMRI studies. We evaluated here whether the ... Read more >>

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Differential deletion of GDNF in the auditory system leads to altered sound responsiveness.

Csaba Harasztosi, Steffen Wolter, Katja Gutsche, María Beatriz Durán-Alonso, Iris López-Hernández, Alberto Pascual, José López-Barneo, Marlies Knipper, Lukas Rüttiger, Thomas Schimmang,

Glial-derived neurotrophic factor (GDNF) has been proposed as a potent neurotrophic factor with the potential to cure neurodegenerative diseases. In the cochlea, GDNF has been detected in auditory neurons and sensory receptor cells and its expression is upregulated upon trauma. Moreover, the application of GDNF in different animal models of ... Read more >>

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Improved trafficking and expression of luminopsins for more efficient optical and pharmacological control of neuronal activity.

James Y Zhang, Jack K Tung, Zuhui Wang, Shan Ping Yu, Robert E Gross, Ling Wei, Ken Berglund,

Luminopsins (LMOs) are chimeric proteins consisting of a luciferase fused to an opsin that provide control of neuronal activity, allowing for less cumbersome and less invasive optogenetic manipulation. It was previously shown that both an external light source and the luciferase substrate, coelenterazine (CTZ), could modulate activity of LMO-expressing neurons, ... Read more >>

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Connecting endoplasmic reticulum and oxidative stress to retinal degeneration, TBI, and traumatic optic neuropathy.

Shelby M Cansler, Nathan K Evanson,

Traumatic optic neuropathy (TON) is commonly associated with head trauma, and thus is a known comorbidity of traumatic brain injury (TBI). TON has not received much attention in basic research despite being associated with permanent vision loss, color blindness, and loss of visual fields. This mini-review discusses the importance of ... Read more >>

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Fractionating the all-or-nothing definition of goal-directed and habitual decision-making.

Drew C Schreiner, Rafael Renteria, Christina M Gremel,

Goal-directed and habitual decision-making are fundamental processes that support the ongoing adaptive behavior. There is a growing interest in examining their disruption in psychiatric disease, often with a focus on a disease shifting control from one process to the other, usually a shift from goal-directed to habitual control. However, several ... Read more >>

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Development of barium-based low viscosity contrast agents for micro CT vascular casting: Application to 3D visualization of the adult mouse cerebrovasculature.

Sung-Ha Hong, Alexander M Herman, Jessica M Stephenson, Ting Wu, Ali N Bahadur, Alan R Burns, Sean P Marrelli, Joshua D Wythe,

Recent advances in three-dimensional (3D) fluorescence microscopy offer the ability to image the entire vascular network in entire organs, or even whole animals. However, these imaging modalities rely on either endogenous fluorescent reporters or involved immunohistochemistry protocols, as well as optical clearing of the tissue and refractive index matching. Conversely, ... Read more >>

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Oxidative stress differentially induces tau dissociation from neuronal microtubules in neurites of neurons cultured from different regions of the embryonic Gallus domesticus brain.

Erika Beyrent, George Gomez,

Abnormal phosphorylation of microtubule-associated proteins such as tau has been shown to play a role in neurodegenerative disorders. It is hypothesized that oxidative stress-induced aggregates of hyperphosphorylated tau could lead to the microtubule network degradation commonly associated with neurodegeneration. We investigated whether oxidative stress induced tau hyperphosphorylation and focused on ... Read more >>

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Peripheral nerve injury and myelination: Potential therapeutic strategies.

Max Modrak, M A Hassan Talukder, Khatuna Gurgenashvili, Mark Noble, John C Elfar,

Traumatic peripheral nerve injury represents a major clinical and public health problem that often leads to significant functional impairment and permanent disability. Despite modern diagnostic procedures and advanced microsurgical techniques, functional recovery after peripheral nerve repair is often unsatisfactory. Therefore, there is an unmet need for new therapeutic or adjunctive ... Read more >>

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Biological models in multiple sclerosis.

Alfredo Sanabria-Castro, Marietta Flores-Díaz, Alberto Alape-Girón,

Considering the etiology of multiple sclerosis (MS) is still unknown, experimental models resembling specific aspects of this immune-mediated demyelinating human disease have been developed to increase the understanding of processes related to pathogenesis, disease evolution, evaluation of therapeutic interventions, and demyelination and remyelination mechanisms. Based on the nature of the ... Read more >>

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The interplay between aging-associated loss of protein homeostasis and extracellular vesicles in neurodegeneration.

Francesc X Guix,

The finding of an effective cure or treatment for neurodegenerative diseases is one of the biggest challenges for this century. Although these diseases show different clinical manifestations, the presence of toxic protein aggregates in the brain of patients is a common feature to all of them, suggesting a loss of ... Read more >>

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Auditory temporal acuity improves with age in the male mouse auditory thalamus: A role for perineuronal nets?

Shmma Quraishe, Tracey Newman, Lucy Anderson,

The ability to perceive and interpret environmental sound accurately is conserved across many species and is fundamental for understanding communication via vocalizations. Auditory acuity and temporally controlled neuronal firing underpin this ability. Deterioration in neuronal firing precision likely contributes to poorer hearing performance, yet the role of neural processing by ... Read more >>

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Greater neurodegeneration and behavioral deficits after single closed head traumatic brain injury in adolescent versus adult male mice.

Fernanda Guilhaume-Correa, Shelby M Cansler, Emily M Shalosky, Michael D Goodman, Nathan K Evanson,

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a major public health concern affecting 2.8 million people per year in the United States, of whom about 1 million are children under 19 years old. Animal models of TBI have been developed and used in multiple ages of animals, but direct comparisons of adult and adolescent populations ... Read more >>

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Effects of sleep disruption on stress, nigrostriatal markers, and behavior in a chronic/progressive MPTP male mouse model of parkinsonism.

Mo Xu, Jerry K Bohlen, Cynthia Moore, Michelle A Nipper, Deborah A Finn, Carolyn E Jones, Miranda M Lim, Charles K Meshul,

Sleep complaints are an early clinical symptom of neurodegenerative disorders. Patients with Parkinson's disease (PD) experience sleep disruption (SD). The objective of this study was to determine if preexisting, chronic SD leads to a greater loss of tyrosine hydroxylase (TH) within the striatum and the substantia nigra following chronic/progressive exposure ... Read more >>

J. Neurosci. Res. (Journal of neuroscience research)
[2019, 97(12):1706-1719]

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