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21:12 EST 10th December 2016 | BioPortfolio

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Smell and Taste Abnormalities

Smell and taste are intricately linked - as demonstrated by a bad cold, where the sense of smell is lost, but also the taste of foods is much diminished. Both are gradually lost with aging, but ther...

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Fluid Management of the Neurological Patient

This review evaluates current evidence regarding the fluid management of critically ill patients with brain injuries. Critical Care

With a "brain in a dish," researchers take on neurological disorders

Max Salick reaches into an incubator in his lab and pulls out a dish with small, grayish blobs floating in a deep pink fluid. He places the dish gently under a microscope and turns on a camera. One of...

New methods to examine the brain and spinal fluid could lead to early detection of Alzheimer's disease

New methods to examine the brain and spinal fluid heighten the chance of early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease. Results from a large European study, led by researchers at the Karolinska Institutet, a...

What happens when the brain is artificially stimulated?

Stimulating the brain via electricity or other means may help ease symptoms of various neurological and psychiatric disorders, with the method already used to treat conditions from epilepsy to depress...

Brain modulyzer provides interactive window into the brain

(DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) A new tool developed at Berkeley Lab allows researchers to interactively explore the hierarchical processes that happen in the brain when it is resting or p...

NIH welcomes new researchers to third annual BRAIN Initiative meeting

(NIH/National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke) The NIH will host a meeting of nearly 1,000 people who are part of the Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAI...

Injectable Wires for Fixing the Brain

Novel treatments for neurological diseases might be possible with a flexible mesh that can prod individual brain cells.

New study describes what happens when the brain is artificially stimulated

Stimulating the brain via electricity or other means may help to ease the symptoms of various neurological and psychiatric disorders, with the method already being used to treat conditions from epilep...

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Neuronal vs glial glutamate uptake: Resolving the conundrum.

Neither normal brain function nor the pathological processes involved in neurological diseases can be adequately understood without knowledge of the release, uptake and metabolism of glutamate. The re...

Modeling and Simulations of Olfactory Drug Delivery with Passive and Active Controls of Nasally Inhaled Pharmaceutical Aerosols.

There are many advantages of direct nose-to-brain drug delivery in the treatment of neurological disorders. However, its application is limited by the extremely low delivery efficiency (< 1%) to the o...

Nitric Oxide-induced Activation of the Type 1 Ryanodine Receptor Is Critical for Epileptic Seizure-induced Neuronal Cell Death.

Status epilepticus (SE) is a life-threatening emergency that can cause neurodegeneration with debilitating neurological disorders. However, the mechanism by which convulsive SE results in neurodegener...

Nested polymerase chain reaction in cerebrospinal fluid for diagnosing spinal cord schistosomiasis: A promising method.

Spinal cord schistosomiasis is a neglected, disabling neurological disease commonly identified in patients from northeast Brazil. The methods currently available for its diagnosis need improvement. PC...

Specificity and impact of adrenergic projections to the midbrain dopamine system.

Dopamine (DA) is a neuromodulator that regulates different brain circuits involved in cognitive functions, motor coordination, and emotions. Dysregulation of DA is associated with many neurological an...

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