Tag: "neural" at medical news
Exercise helps sustain mental activity as we age, may prevent dementia-like illnesses
..."Aerobically trained older adults showed increased neural
activities in certain parts of the brain that involved attention and reduced activity in other parts of the brain that are sensitive to behavioral conflict," said Kramer. Animal studies also provide support for the aging benefits of physical activi...
JCI table of contents: August 10, 2006
...min GAP-related domain rescues endothelial but not neural
crest development in Nf1-/- mice AUTHOR CONTACT: Fraz A. Ismat The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Phone: (267) 426-7937; Fax: (215) 590-5825; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org . View the PDF of this article at: ...
Breastfed babies cope better with stress in later life than bottle fed babies
...e may influence the development of the offspring's neural
and hormonal pathways that are involved in the stress response. Babies with more of the type of contact experienced during breast feeding coped better with stress when older. Breastfeeding may also affect the quality of the bonding between mother ...
Deployment to Iraq war associated with increased risk for adverse neuropsychological effects
...rn and remember new information may reflect subtle neural
dysfunction, lead to problems in day-to-day life, and negatively affect performance in high-pressure contexts such as subsequent war-zone participation," the authors write. (JAMA. 2006;296:519-529. Available pre-embargo to the media at www.jamamedia...
Malignant melanoma cells secrete protein required for embryo formation
...tic of multiple cell types, including endothelial, neural
and stem cells. The Hendrix lab has long hypothesized that the plastic nature of malignant melanoma cells serves as an advantage by enhancing the cells' ability to migrate, invade and metastasize virtually undetected by the immune system. In this ...
Penn researchers calculate how much the eye tells the brain
... of scientific questioning points to ways in which neural
systems compare to artificial ones, and can ultima...he brain that has grown into the eye and processes neural
signals when it detects light. Ganglion cells carry information from the retina to the higher brain ...
Hopkins scientists show hallucinogen in mushrooms creates universal 'mystical' experience
... consciousnessis a function of the ebb and flow of neural
impulses in various regions of the brain-the very substrate that drugs such as psilocybin act upon," Schuster says. "Understanding what mediates these effects is clearly within the realm of neuroscience and deserves investigation." "A vast gap exis...
Proteins spur diabetic mice models to grow blood vessels, nerves
...aid. Netrins are one of four major classes of neural
guidance cues, which induce axons or nerve fibers to extend in specific directions during development. In 2004, Li and his colleagues showed in laboratory cultures that in addition to promoting nerve growth, Netrin-1 also induced formation of blood v...
Alzheimer's pathology related to episodic memory in those without dementia
... evidence in support of the idea that some type of neural
reserve can allow a large number of older persons to tolerate a significant amount of Alzheimer's pathology without manifesting obvious dementia," said study author David A. Bennett, MD, of the Rush Alzheimer's Disease Center in Chicago. Scores on th...
Device effective in zapping the pain out of migraines
...he brain, before they lead to headaches. Auras are neural
disturbances that signal the onset of migraine headaches. People who suffer from migraine headaches often describe "seeing" showers of shooting stars, zigzagging lines and flashing lights, and experiencing loss of vision, weakness, tingling or confus...
Hopkins scientists use embryonic stem cells, new cues to awaken latent motor nerve repair
...NF, the researchers relied on injected fetal mouse neural
stem cells, a known source of the molecule. Of some 4,100 new motor neurons created in the spinal cord, roughly 200 exited the cord and 120 reached skeletal muscle, forming typical nerve-muscle junctions, with appropriate, typical chemical marke...
Early puberty may mean anxiety, abnormal eating behaviors later
...me in the development of the brain, when important neural
pathways essential for behavioral and cognitive fu...ime in the development of the brain when important neural
pathways essential for behavioral and cognitive functions are formed. It also is a time when teenage...
UCI epilepsy researcher receives nation's top neuroscience prize
...ered the world's leading investigator of the basic neural
mechanisms involved in childhood febrile seizures -- seizures caused by high fever -- and how prolonged febrile seizures might lead to the onset of adult epilepsy. "Dr. Baram has richly earned this award for her innovative epilepsy research, which i...
Stem cells found in adult skin can be transplanted and function in mouse models of disease
...that stem cells derived from adult skin can create neural
cell types that can be transplanted into and funct...ition to generating the peripheral nervous system, neural
crest stem cells generate other tissues such as bone, cartilage, some types of muscle, and even part...
The brain, hormones and behavior focus of briefings at international meeting June 19-22
...me in the development of the brain, when important neural
pathways essential for behavioral and cognitive functions are formed. It's also when most kids are likely to try marijuana. According to animal research, such exposure can have negative and long-lasting effects on the brain. Meanwhile, a Michigan Sta...
Erotic images elicit strong response from brain
...se emerged very quickly, suggesting that different neural
circuits may be involved in the processing of erot...rimates recorded the electrical activity of single neural
cells within the brain and have shown that the frontal cortex contains neurons that can discriminate...
Hebrew University scientists develop potential new epilepsy drug
...f epilepsy patients and those suffering from other neural
disorders have been developed by researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem School of Pharmacy. For their groundbreaking work, Professors Meir Bialer and Boris Yagen of the Department of Pharmaceutics and Medicinal Chemistry and Natural Produc...
New mechanism explains glucose effect on wakefulness
One of the body's basic survival mechanisms is the neural
machinery that triggers the hungry brain to the alertness needed for seeking food. That same machinery swings the other way after a hearty meal, as exemplified by the long and honored custom of the siesta. However, scientists have understood little a...
Different forms of amyloid beta in Alzheimer's disease harm neurons in different ways
...shown that different forms of amyloid beta lead to neural
damage in different ways, leading to an increasing...a, or oligomers, that may decisively contribute to neural
degeneration. The experiments conducted at UCI showed that the soluble forms of amyloid beta are mu...
ST. John's Wort relieves bladder pain in animal models
...logical Association. Prior studies have found that neural
control of the lower urinary tract is controlled by serotonin- and norepinephrine-emitting neurons, similar neurons to those that play a role in depression and anxiety. Researchers also have found that agonists and antagonists of serotonin and norepi...
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