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Neuronal Cell Types

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There are diverse ranges of neurons, which are defined by their structural, functional, connectional and molecular properties. For example, some type of neurons includes sensory, sympathetic, and motor neurons. Discover the latest research on neuronal cell types here.

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bioRxiv

A Connectome of the Adult Drosophila Central Brain

bioRxivJanuary 21, 2020
C. Shan XuStephen M. Plaza
Cell

Cell-Surface Proteomic Profiling in the Fly Brain Uncovers Wiring Regulators

CellJanuary 21, 2020
Jiefu LiLiqun Luo
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Nature Neuroscience

Cell-type-specific drug-inducible protein synthesis inhibition demonstrates that memory consolidation requires rapid neuronal translation

Nature NeuroscienceJanuary 22, 2020
Prerana ShresthaEric Klann
PLoS Biology

A role for triglyceride lipase brummer in the regulation of sex differences in Drosophila fat storage and breakdown

PLoS BiologyJanuary 22, 2020
Lianna W WatElizabeth J Rideout
Seminars in Neurology

Autoimmune Vestibulocerebellar Syndromes

Seminars in NeurologyJanuary 21, 2020
Ram N NarayanTerry D Fife
The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society for Neuroscience

Age-dependent remarkable regenerative potential of the dentate gyrus provided by intrinsic stem cells

The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society for NeuroscienceJanuary 22, 2020
Tamar LichtEli Keshet
Trends in Neurosciences

Ion Channel Functions in Early Brain Development

Trends in NeurosciencesJanuary 22, 2020
Richard S Smith, Christopher A Walsh
Journal of Molecular Biology

Autophagy as a cellular stress response mechanism in the nervous system

Journal of Molecular BiologyJanuary 22, 2020
Nesibe Peker, Devrim Gozuacik
Autism Research : Official Journal of the International Society for Autism Research

Generation of a Novel Rat Model of Angelman Syndrome with a Complete Ube3a Gene Deletion

Autism Research : Official Journal of the International Society for Autism ResearchJanuary 22, 2020
Andie DodgeKevin R Nash
bioRxiv

Connectomics analysis reveals first, second, and third order thermosensory and hygrosensory neurons in the adult Drosophila brain

bioRxivJanuary 21, 2020
Elizabeth C. MarinGregory S. X. E. Jefferis
Communications Biology

CRISPR-mediated gene correction links the ATP7A M1311V mutations with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis pathogenesis in one individual

Communications BiologyJanuary 22, 2020
Yeomin YunYoon Ha
The European Journal of Neuroscience

Characterization of a Parkinson's disease rat model using an upgraded paraquat exposure paradigm

The European Journal of NeuroscienceJanuary 21, 2020
Ana Clara CristóvãoYoon-Seong Kim
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Stem Cell Reports

Force and Calcium Transients Analysis in Human Engineered Heart Tissues Reveals Positive Force-Frequency Relation at Physiological Frequency

Stem Cell ReportsJanuary 21, 2020
Umber SaleemArne Hansen
Journal of Neurochemistry

Monitoring the glycosylation of AMPA (α-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methyl-4-isoxazole-propionate )-type glutamate receptors using specific antibodies reveals a novel regulatory mechanism of N-glycosylation occupancy by molecular chaperones in Mice

Journal of NeurochemistryJanuary 21, 2020
Ryosuke MidorikawaKogo Takamiya
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The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society for Neuroscience

Neural mechanisms underlying high frequency vestibulocollic reflexes in humans and monkeys

The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society for NeuroscienceJanuary 22, 2020
Patrick A ForbesJean-Sébastien Blouin
FASEB Journal : Official Publication of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology

Heterochromatin protein 1γ deficiency decreases histone H3K27 methylation in mouse neurosphere neuronal genes

FASEB Journal : Official Publication of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental BiologyJanuary 22, 2020
Chie NaruseMasahide Asano
The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society for Neuroscience

Reorganization of the Primate Dorsal Horn in Response to a Deafferentation Lesion Affecting Hand Function

The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society for NeuroscienceJanuary 22, 2020
Karen M FisherCorinna Darian-Smith
Translational Neurodegeneration

Deep brain stimulation for Tourette's syndrome

Translational NeurodegenerationJanuary 21, 2020
Wenying XuBomin Sun
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The Journals of Gerontology. Series A, Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences

Aging Blunts Sympathetic Neuron Regulation of Motoneuron Synaptic Vesicle Release Mediated by β1- and α2B-Adrenergic Receptors in Geriatric Mice

The Journals of Gerontology. Series A, Biological Sciences and Medical SciencesJanuary 21, 2020
Zhong-Min WangOsvaldo Delbono
Journal of Proteome Research

Quantitative Characterization of the Neuropeptide Level Changes in Dorsal Horn and Dorsal Root Ganglia Regions of the Murine Itch Models

Journal of Proteome ResearchJanuary 21, 2020
Emily G TillmaandJonathan V Sweedler
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