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BrainHub Scientists Visualize Critical Part of Basal Ganglia Pathways

Certain diseases, like Parkinson’s and Huntingdon’s disease, are associated with damage to the pathways between the brain’s basal ganglia regions. The basal ganglia sits at the base of the brain...

Scientists visualize critical part of basal ganglia pathways

Certain diseases, like Parkinson's and Huntingdon's disease, are associated with damage to the pathways between the brain's basal ganglia regions. The basal ganglia sits at the base of the brain and i...

Carnegie Mellon BrainHub scientists visualize critical part of basal ganglia pathways

(Carnegie Mellon University) Certain diseases, like Parkinson's and Huntingdon's disease, are associated with damage to the pathways between the brain's basal ganglia regions. For the first time, Carn...

Newly discovered brain pathway overturns anatomy, could solve antipsychotic mystery

It's been "known" for decades: Sensory, motor and cognitive signals come in from the brain's cortex and are processed in the basal ganglia. The basal ganglia then send out signals that get routed thro...

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It’s been “known” for decades: Sensory, motor and cognitive signals come in from the brain’s cortex and are processed in the basal ganglia. The basal ganglia then send out signals that get rou...

A direct GABAergic output from the basal ganglia to frontal cortex

The basal ganglia are phylogenetically conserved subcortical nuclei necessary for coordinated motor action and reward learning. Current models postulate that the basal ganglia modulate cerebral cortex...

Biotin-responsive basal ganglia disease: a case diagnosed by whole exome sequencing

Aberrant white matter networks mediate cognitive impairment in patients with silent lacunar infarcts in basal ganglia territory

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A spiking neural network based on the basal ganglia functional anatomy.

We introduce a spiking neural network of the basal ganglia capable of learning stimulus-action associations. We model learning in the three major basal ganglia pathways, direct, indirect and hyperdire...

The basal ganglia downstream control of brainstem motor centres-an evolutionarily conserved strategy.

The basal ganglia plays a crucial role in decision-making and control of motion. The output of the basal ganglia consists of tonically active GABAergic neurons, a proportion of which project to differ...

Clinical interpretation of residual uptake in (11)C-methionine positron emission tomography after treatment of basal ganglia germ cell tumors: report of 3 cases.

Although (11)C-methionine (MET)-PET has been used to diagnose intracranial germ cell tumors (GCTs) arising in the basal ganglia, whether this imaging technique is useful in assessing treatment respons...

Identification of a direct GABAergic pallidocortical pathway in rodents.

Interaction between the basal ganglia and the cortex plays a critical role in a range of behaviors. Output from the basal ganglia to the cortex is thought to be relayed through the thalamus, but an in...

Long-term increase in coherence between the basal ganglia and motor cortex after asphyxial cardiac arrest and resuscitation in developing rats.

The basal ganglia are vulnerable to injury during cardiac arrest. Movement disorders are a common morbidity in survivors. Yet, neuronal motor network changes post-arrest remain poorly understood.

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