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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.

Top 20 most recent papers
May 22, 2020
Open Access

Osteoblasts are inherently programmed to repel sensory innervation

Bone Research
Luís LeitãoMeriem Lamghari
May 23, 2020
ReviewOpen Access

Frontotemporal Dementia: Neuropathology, Genetics, Neuroimaging, and Treatments

The Psychiatric Clinics of North America
Kyan Younes, Bruce L Miller
May 24, 2020

Gestational alcohol exposure disrupts cognitive function and striatal circuits in adult offspring

Nature Communications
Verginia C Cuzon CarlsonDavid M Lovinger
May 21, 2020

MK-801 exposure during adolescence elicits enduring disruption of prefrontal E-I balance and its control of fear extinction behavior

The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society for Neuroscience
Eden Flores-BarreraKuei Y Tseng
May 21, 2020

18 F-FDG PET, cortical thickness, and white matter graph network abnormalities in ALS-FTD patient brains suggest early neuronopathy rather than axonopathy

European Journal of Neurology : the Official Journal of the European Federation of Neurological Societies
Venkateswaran Rajagopalan, Erik P Pioro
May 24, 2020
Review

Facial nerve palsy: Clinical Practice and Cognitive Errors

The American Journal of Medicine
Elizabeth GeorgeChristine M Glastonbury
May 23, 2020

A Circuit Encoding Absolute Cold Temperature in Drosophila

Current Biology : CB
Michael H AlpertMarco Gallio
May 21, 2020

Identification of genomic enhancers through spatial integration of single-cell transcriptomics and epigenomics

Molecular Systems Biology
Carmen Bravo González-BlasStein Aerts

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