UC Riverside-led research could have applications in fight against memory related disorders, including post-traumatic stress disorder, and neurodegenerative diseases, such as Parkinson's and Huntington’s.
In a study, scientists report that the emergence of specific brain cells during brain tumor progression in a mouse model marked the onset of seizures and brain tumor invasion.
Multitaper spectral analysis provides clinicians with a powerful tool for quickly visualizing brain activity during sleep.
Study suggests newborn neurons rewire existing circuits.
Researchers report they have discovered how two problem proteins known to cause Parkinson’s disease are chemically linked, suggesting that someday, both could be neutralized by a single drug designed to target the link.
New gene-delivery therapy restores partial hearing, balance in deaf mice.
Researchers have identified a molecular signaling pathway that, when blocked, promotes sensory neuron growth and prevents or reverses peripheral neuropathy in cell and rodent models of type 1 and 2 diabetes, chemotherapy-induced neuropathy and HIV.