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Smell is the sense that is concerned with the odor of things. It is perceived by receptors in the olfactory apparatus in the roof of ones nose. Signals here are transmitted along the Olfactory Nerve...

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A nose for smells? Practice makes perfect!

The human brain has the ability to recognise and process a very wide range of sensory stimuli, from which it builds a mental representation. But do these representations change over time? Can we learn...

A nose for smells? Practice makes perfect!

(Université de Genève) Neuroscientists have succeeded in identifying the complementary role played by two distinct kinds of neurons in processing olfactory information and the different brain re-org...

Brain Circuits May Stimulate Production of Specific Neuron Subtypes

Long-distance connections in the adult brain may dial up stem-cell niches and order the delivery of particular types of neurons. Of all the brain’s stem-cell niches, the largest is the ventricular...

LSD Helps Explain How Brain Makes Meaning – PsychCentral.com

Counsel & HealLSD Helps Explain How Brain Makes MeaningPsychCentral.comEmerging research with the psychedelic drug LSD has led to breakthroughs on our understanding of how the brain assigns meanin...

Disrupted brain pathway, altered stress hormones key to TBI impact differences in men, women

The brains of men and women are wired differently, and when it comes to traumatic brain injuries (TBI), women are more likely to develop subsequent neuropsychiatric disorders, like anxiety, depression...

Pitt researchers identify new brain pathway that controls hand movements

(University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences) Neuroscientists have discovered a new brain pathway that could underlie our ability to make the coordinated hand movements needed to reach out...

Distant brain regions selectively recruit stem cells

Stem cells persist in the adult mammalian brain and generate new neurons throughout life. A research group at the Biozentrum of the University of Basel reports in the current issue of Science that lon...

New brain network model could explain differences in brain injuries

Considering the brain's network of activity, rather than just individual regions, could help us understand why some brain injuries are much worse than others, according to a study published PLOS Compu...

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Evidence of nose-to-brain delivery of nanoemulsions: cargoes but not vehicles.

The nose-to-brain pathway has been proven to be a shortcut for direct drug delivery to the brain. However, whether and to what extent nanoparticles can be delivered through this passage is still await...

A Prospective Analysis of Olfactory Impairment Recovery After Severe Traumatic Brain Injury.

To investigate the natural progression of olfactory impairment (OI) in individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) at 6 months postinjury.

GnRH-mediated olfactory and visual inputs promote mating-like behaviors in male zebrafish.

The engagement of sexual behaviors is regulated by a number of factors which include gene expression, hormone circulation, and multi-sensory information integration. In zebrafish, when a male and a fe...

Olfactory impairment in Parkinson's disease is a consequence of central nervous system decline.

Early diagnosis and timely treatment of Parkinson's disease are essential factors to provide these patients with a longer period of a better quality of life. Olfactory loss is among the first non-moto...

Prenatal Alcohol Exposure Affects Progenitor Cell Numbers in Olfactory Bulbs and Dentate Gyrus of Vervet Monkeys.

Fetal alcohol exposure (FAE) alters hippocampal cell numbers in rodents and primates, and this may be due, in part, to a reduction in the number or migration of neuronal progenitor cells. The olfactor...

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