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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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Neuroscience: Breathe in to boost brain-fluid flow

An inwards breath drives the flow of fluid that bathes the human brain.Cerebrospinal fluid cushions the brain, flushes out waste and in rodents seems to be controlled by pulsating blood flow. To find ...

Neuroscience: Injury blunts brain waste disposal

Fluid channels in the brain that help to remove waste could be impaired after traumatic injury, promoting cell death.After injury, brain cells release a protein called tau, which accumulates as tangle...

Clues to 'Brain Fog' in Chronic Fatigue Patients Found in Spinal Fluid

TUESDAY, March 31, 2015 -- People with chronic fatigue syndrome show a distinct pattern of immune system proteins in their spinal fluid -- a finding that could shed light on the "brain fog" that marks...

Immune markers in fluid in the brain and spine give clues into symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome – and have implications for rheumatoid arthritis

Scientists have discovered a unique pattern of immune molecules in fluid in the brain and spine of people with chronic fatigue syndrome and ME. The findings provide insights into the basis for cogniti...

Glimpse into the regulation of water exchange in the brain

The mechanism that regulates the flow of water in brain cells has been discovered by researchers. The human brain is 80 percent water, which makes the constant regulation of the amount of fluid in the...

Oxytocin levels in blood, cerebrospinal fluid are linked, study finds

For years, scientists have debated how best to assess brain levels of oxytocin, a hormone implicated in social behaviors. Now, researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have found the ...

Medical News Today: Brain network vulnerable to Alzheimer's and schizophrenia identified

A specific brain network within grey matter develops later than the rest of the brain and degenerates first in older age, says new study, shedding light on neurological disorders.

Medical News Today: Brain network found that is vulnerable to Alzheimer's and schizophrenia

A specific brain network within grey matter develops later than the rest of the brain and degenerates first in older age, says new study, shedding light on neurological disorders.

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Optimising nutrition to improve growth and reduce neurodisabilities in neonates at risk of neurological impairment, and children with suspected or confirmed cerebral palsy.

Neurological impairment is a common sequelae of perinatal brain injury. Plasticity of the developing brain is due to a rich substrate of developing neurones, synaptic elements and extracellular matrix...

Identification of a Biomarker in Cerebrospinal Fluid for Neuronopathic Forms of Gaucher Disease.

Gaucher disease, a recessive inherited metabolic disorder caused by defects in the gene encoding glucosylceramidase (GlcCerase), can be divided into three subtypes according to the appearance of sympt...

The Neurotechnological Revolution : Unlocking the brain?s secrets to develop innovative technologies as well as treatments for neurological diseases.

The brain contains all that makes us human, but its complexity is the source of both inspiration and frailty. The world?s scientific community is working hard to unravel the secrets of the brain?s com...

Hepatitis B virus compartmentalization in the cerebrospinal fluid of HIV-infected patients.

We detected hepatitis B virus (HBV) DNA in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) of 26 adolescents co-infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and hepatitis B virus (HBV) with neurological disease and...

The role of glutamate transporter-1 in the acquisition of brain ischaemic tolerance in rats induced by electro-acupuncture pre-treatment.

Abstract Objective: To investigate whether electro-acupuncture can serve as a method of inducing brain ischaemic tolerance (BIT) by encouraging the expression of glutamate transporter-1 (GLT-1) and su...

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