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The Prevalence of Suicidal Behaviour in Fibromyalgia Patients.

Hartej Gill, Carlos D Perez, Barjot Gill, Sabine El-Halabi, Yena Lee, Orly Lipsitz, Caroline Park, Rodrigo B Mansur, Nelson B Rodrigues, Roger S McIntyre, Joshua D Rosenblat,

OBJECTIVE:Fibromyalgia (FM) is a condition associated with chronic pain in muscles and soft tissues. Extant literature has demonstrated an association between FM, mood symptoms and suicidal behaviour. This systematic review aims to synthesize available literature assessing the prevalence of suicidality in FM populations and qualitatively review the included articles. METHODS:PsycINFO, ... Read more >>

Prog. Neuropsychopharmacol. Biol. Psychiatry (Progress in neuro-psychopharmacology & biological psychiatry)
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Methylome-wide association study of first-episode schizophrenia reveals a hypermethylated CpG site in the promoter region of the TNIK susceptibility gene.

Fa-Yi Nie, Miao-Ran Zhang, Shan-Shan Shang, Qiao-Xia Zhang, Rui Zhang, Peng Chen, Jie Ma,

Accumulating evidence suggests that epigenetics plays an important role in the etiology of schizophrenia. Here, we performed a methylome-wide association study (MWAS) of first-onset schizophrenia patients and controls from the Han Chinese population using microarray technology. The DNA methylation profiles revealed 4494 differentially methylated CpG sites. Gene ontology (GO) analysis ... Read more >>

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[2020, :110081]

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Opioid-sparing effects of cannabinoids: Myth or reality?

Bernard Le Foll,

A converging line of evidence is indicating that cannabinoids may have an opioid-sparing effect. This property, well validated in preclinical studies, allow when both drugs are co-administered to reduce the dose of opioids without loss of analgesic effects. A meta-analysis of pre-clinical studies indicated in 2017 that the median effective ... Read more >>

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Oscillatory potentials abnormalities in regular cannabis users: Amacrine cells dysfunction as a marker of central dopaminergic modulation.

Ludovic Polli, Raymund Schwan, Eliane Albuisson, Laura Malbos, Karine Angioi-Duprez, Vincent Laprevote, Thomas Schwitzer,

BACKGROUND:Cannabis is a neuromodulating substance that acts on central synaptic transmission. Regular cannabis use induces a decreased capacity for dopamine synthesis in the brain. The retina is considered an easy means of investigating dysfunctions of synaptic transmission in the brain. We have previously studied the impact of regular cannabis use ... Read more >>

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[2020, :110083]

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Propranolol failed to prevent severe stress-induced long-term behavioral changes in male rats.

Mariella Bodemeier Loayza Careaga, Carlos Eduardo Neves Girardi, Deborah Suchecki,

Memories of adverse events can be maladaptive when they lead to exaggerated fear, as observed in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Fear conditioning and fear sensitization are learning processes thought to play a role in fear-related disorders, and only few animal studies have evaluated the relationship between the associative and non-associative ... Read more >>

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The neurobiology of human aggressive behavior: Neuroimaging, genetic, and neurochemical aspects.

Francesca A Cupaioli, Fabio A Zucca, Cinzia Caporale, Klaus-Peter Lesch, Luca Passamonti, Luigi Zecca,

In modern societies, there is a strive to improve the quality of life related to risk of crimes which inevitably requires a better understanding of brain determinants and mediators of aggression. Neurobiology provides powerful tools to achieve this end. Pre-clinical and clinical studies show that changes in regional volumes, metabolism-function ... Read more >>

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[2020, :110059]

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Disrupted rich-club network organization and individualized identification of patients with major depressive disorder.

Xinyi Liu, Cancan He, Dandan Fan, Yao Zhu, Feifei Zang, Qing Wang, Haisan Zhang, Zhijun Zhang, Hongxing Zhang, Chunming Xie,

BACKGROUND:Altered structural and functional brain networks have been extensively studied in major depressive disorder (MDD) patients. However, whether the differential connectivity patterns in the rich-club organization, assessed from structural brain network analyses, and the associated connections of these regions are particularly susceptible to depression remain unclear. METHODS:We acquired resting-state functional ... Read more >>

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[2020, :110074]

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Differential alteration in gut microbiome profiles during acquisition, extinction and reinstatement of morphine-induced CPP.

Jianbo Zhang, Cuola Deji, Jingna Fan, Liao Chang, Xinyao Miao, Yifan Xiao, Yongsheng Zhu, Shengbin Li,

Substance addiction is a chronic and complicated disease involving genetic and environmental factors. Coregulated by the above factors, perturbations of the gut microbiome have been shown to have an essential role in the development of many neuropsychiatric disorders, including addiction. However, shifts in the gut microbiome during different stages of ... Read more >>

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Reduced emission of alarm 22-kHz ultrasonic vocalizations during fear conditioning in rats lacking the serotonin transporter.

Maria Willadsen, Metin Uengoer, Rainer K W Schwarting, Judith R Homberg, Markus Wöhr,

Rats display a rich social behavioral repertoire. An important component of this repertoire is the emission of whistle-like calls in the ultrasonic range, so-called ultrasonic vocalizations (USV). Long low-frequency 22-kHz USV occur in aversive situations, including aggressive interactions, predator exposure, and electric shocks during fear conditioning. They are believed to ... Read more >>

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[2020, :110072]

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Neurodevelopmental insights into circuit dysconnectivity in schizophrenia.

Moushumi Nath, Tak Pan Wong, Lalit K Srivastava,

Schizophrenia is increasingly being recognized as a disorder of brain circuits of developmental origin. Animal models, however, have been technically limited in exploring the effects of early developmental circuit abnormalities on the maturation of the brain and associated behavioural outputs. This review discusses evidence of the developmental emergence of circuit ... Read more >>

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[2021, 104:110047]

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Cerebro-cerebellar white matter connectivity in bipolar disorder and associated polarity subphenotypes.

Georgios D Argyropoulos, Foteini Christidi, Efstratios Karavasilis, Georgios Velonakis, Anastasia Antoniou, Peter Bede, Ioannis Seimenis, Nikolaos Kelekis, Athanasios Douzenis, Olympia Papakonstantinou, Efstathios Efstathopoulos, Panagiotis Ferentinos,

BACKGROUND:The cerebellum has a crucial role in mood regulation. While cerebellar grey matter (GM) alterations have been previously reported in bipolar disorder (BD), cerebro-cerebellar white matter (WM) connectivity alterations and cerebellar GM profiles have not been characterised in the context of predominant polarity (PP) and onset polarity (OP) subphenotypes of ... Read more >>

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[2021, 104:110034]

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Identification of first-episode unmedicated major depressive disorder using pretreatment features of dominant coactivation patterns.

Zhenghua Hou, Youyong Kong, Yingying Yin, Yuqun Zhang, Yonggui Yuan,

Identifying neuroimaging features to diagnose major depressive disorder (MDD) and predict treatment response remains challenging. Using the pretreatment dominant coactivation pattern (dCAP) analysis approach, we aimed to identify patients with MDD and predict antidepressant efficacy. Seventy-seven first-episode unmedicated MDD patients and forty-two age- and sex-matched healthy controls (HCs) were recruited ... Read more >>

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[2021, 104:110038]

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The effect of sleep medications on prospective and retrospective memory: a population-based study.

Vinícius Dokkedal-Silva, Maria Gabriela Menezes Oliveira, José Carlos Fernandes Galduróz, Sergio Tufik, Monica Levy Andersen,

Sleep medications, especially benzodiazepines, are known to cause motor and cognitive impairments as side-effects from their use. However, an evaluation of the effects of sleep medications in general on prospective and retrospective memory remains to be seen. Thus, the effects of the different types of sleep medicines were assessed using ... Read more >>

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[2021, 104:110043]

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Selective deletion of Caspase-3 gene in the dopaminergic system exhibits autistic-like behaviour.

Irene García-Domínguez, Irene Suárez-Pereira, Marti Santiago, Eva M Pérez-Villegas, Lidia Bravo, Carolina López-Martín, María Angustias Roca-Ceballos, Juan García-Revilla, Ana M Espinosa-Oliva, José A Rodríguez-Gómez, Bertrand Joseph, Esther Berrocoso, José Ángel Armengol, José L Venero, Rocío Ruiz, Rocío M de Pablos,

Apoptotic caspases are thought to play critical roles in elimination of excessive and non-functional synapses and removal of extra cells during early developmental stages. Hence, an impairment of this process may thus constitute a basis for numerous neurological and psychiatric diseases. This view is especially relevant for dopamine due to ... Read more >>

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Psychiatric autoimmune conditions in children and adolescents: Is catatonia a severity marker?

Vladimir Ferrafiat, Elise Riquin, Elena Freri, Tiziana Granata, Nardo Nardocci, François Medjkane, Claire Corfiotti, Alessandra Tozzo, Huges Pellerin, Xavier Benarous, Julien Haroche, Zahir Amoura, Philippe Duverger, Renaud Jardri, Priscille Gerardin, David Cohen, Angèle Consoli, Marie Raffin,

OBJECTIVES:Patients with autoimmune encephalitis (AE) are likely to exhibit an acute onset of severe psychiatric features, including psychosis and/or catatonia. Based on the high prevalence of catatonia in AE and our clinical experience, we hypothesized that catatonia might be a marker of severity requiring more aggressive treatment approaches. METHODS:To reach ... Read more >>

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Both CRF1 and CRF2 receptors in the bed nucleus of stria terminalis are involved in baroreflex impairment evoked by chronic stress in rats.

Leandro A Oliveira, Lucas Gomes-de-Souza, Ricardo Benini, Susan K Wood, Carlos C Crestani,

Chronic exposure to adverse events has been proposed as a prominent factor involved in etiology and progression of cardiovascular dysfunctions in humans and animals. However, the neurobiological mechanisms involved are still poorly understood. In this sense, chronic stress has been reported to evoke neuroplasticity in corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF) neurotransmission in ... Read more >>

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Genetic underpinnings of schizophrenia-related electroencephalographical intermediate phenotypes: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Jure Hederih, Jasper O Nuninga, Kristel van Eijk, Edwin van Dellen, Dirk J A Smit, Bob Oranje, Jurjen J Luykx,

Although substantial research into genetics of psychotic disorders has been conducted, a large proportion of their genetic architecture has remained unresolved. Electroencephalographical intermediate phenotypes (EIP) have the potential to constitute a valuable tool when studying genetic risk loci for schizophrenia, in particular P3b amplitude, P50 suppression, mismatch negativity (MMN) and ... Read more >>

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Brain stimulation rewarding experience attenuates neonatal clomipramine-induced adulthood anxiety by reversal of pathological changes in the amygdala.

Suwarna Chakraborty, Sunil Jamuna Tripathi, T R Raju, B S Shankaranarayana Rao,

Major depressive disorder (MDD) is associated with enhanced anxiety and reduced reward processing leading to impaired cognitive flexibility. These pathological changes during depression are accompanied by dysfunctional hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis and its impaired regulation by the amygdala. Notably, the electrical stimulation of brain reward areas produces an antidepressant effect in ... Read more >>

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The role of glutamate mGlu5 and adenosine A2a receptor interactions in regulating working memory performance and persistent cocaine seeking in rats.

Peter U Hámor, Christina M Gobin, Marek Schwendt,

Cocaine use disorder (CUD) is associated with neurobehavioral deficits that are resistant to current treatments. While craving and high rates of relapse are prominent features of CUD, persistent cognitive impairments are common and linked to poorer treatment outcomes. Here we sought to develop an animal model to study post-cocaine changes ... Read more >>

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[2020, 103:109979]

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A review of studies exploring fetal alcohol spectrum disorders through eye tracking measures.

Pierre Maurage, Zoé Bollen, Nicolas Masson, Fabien D'Hondt,

The widespread cognitive and cerebral consequences of prenatal alcohol exposure have been established during the last decades, through the exploration of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) using neuropsychological and neuroscience tools. This research field has recently benefited from the emergence of innovative measures, among which eye tracking, allowing a precise ... Read more >>

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Effects of antipsychotics on rumination in patients with first-episode psychosis.

Youngmin Lee, Nam-In Kang, Keon-Hak Lee, YanHong Piao, Yin Cui, Sung-Wan Kim, Bong Ju Lee, Jung Jin Kim, Je-Chun Yu, Kyu Young Lee, Seung-Hee Won, Seung-Hwan Lee, Seung-Hyun Kim, Shi Hyun Kang, Euitae Kim, Saebom Kim, Young-Chul Chung,

BACKGROUND:Rumination is a well-known risk factor for depression. It is also associated with negative and positive symptoms and suicidality in patients suffering from psychosis. However, no studies have addressed the effect of antipsychotics on rumination. METHODS:Using the Brooding Scale (BS), we investigated the effect of antipsychotics on rumination at the ... Read more >>

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Vortioxetine reduces pain hypersensitivity and associated depression-like behavior in mice with oxaliplatin-induced neuropathy.

Ana M Micov, Maja A Tomić, Marija B Todorović, Milja J Vuković, Uroš B Pecikoza, Nebojsa I Jasnic, Jelena D Djordjevic, Radica M Stepanović-Petrović,

Chronic pain and depression commonly occur together so dual-acting agents might be particularly useful. The population of patients with chemotherapy-induced neuropathy is increasing in parallel with the increase of population of cancer survivors and there is a compelling need for satisfactory treatment of symptoms of neuropathy and concomitant depression. We ... Read more >>

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Betel quid dependence mechanism and potential cessation therapy.

Albert Min-Shan Ko, Chien-Hung Lee, Allen Min-Jen Ko, Ying-Chin Ko,

BACKGROUND:Global reports estimate the number of betel quid (BQ) chewers up to 600 million. The proportion of betel quid dependence (BQD) is 20%-90% among current users. BQD mechanisms are not fully understood, and no pharmacological solution exists for its cessation therapy. METHODS:We present a systematic review on BQD mechanisms and ... Read more >>

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Riemannian classifier enhances the accuracy of machine-learning-based diagnosis of PTSD using resting EEG.

Yong-Wook Kim, Sungkean Kim, Miseon Shim, Min Jin Jin, Hyeonjin Jeon, Seung-Hwan Lee, Chang-Hwan Im,

Recently, objective and automated methods for the diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have attracted increasing attention. However, previous studies on machine-learning-based diagnosis of PTSD with resting-state electroencephalogram (EEG) have reported poor accuracies of as low as 60%. Here, a Riemannian geometry-based classifier, the Fisher geodesic minimum distance to the ... Read more >>

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[2020, 102:109960]

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Insights into serotonergic and antioxidant mechanisms involved in antidepressant-like action of 2-phenyl-3-(phenylselanyl)benzofuran in mice.

Jéssica Iara Gall, Amália Gonçalves Alves, Luiz Roberto Carraro Júnior, Taís da Silva Teixeira Rech, José Sebastião Dos Santos Neto, Diego Alves, Mayara Sandrielly Pereira Soares, Luiza Spohr, Rosélia Maria Spanevello, César Augusto Brüning, Cristiani Folharini Bortolatto,

Monoaminergic and oxidative dysfunctions have been reported to play a role in depression. The present study investigated the antioxidant potential as well as the antidepressant-like action of 2-phenyl-3-(phenylselanyl)benzofuran (SeBZF1) in male Swiss mice. Time and dose-response curves were analyzed with the forced swim (FST) and tail suspension (TST) tests, in ... Read more >>

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