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Proteomic atlas of the human brain in Alzheimer's disease.

The brain represents one of the most divergent and critical organs in the human body. Yet, it can be afflicted by a variety of neurodegenerative diseases specifically linked to aging, about which we lack a full biomolecular understanding of onset and progression, such as Alzheimer's Disease (AD). Here we provide a proteomic resource comprising nine functionally distinct sections from three individuals clinically diagnosed with AD, across a spectrum of disease progression. Using state-of-the-art mass spectro...

Analyzing Cerebrospinal Fluid Proteomes to Characterize Central Nervous System Disorders: A Highly Automated Mass Spectrometry-Based Pipeline for Biomarker Discovery.

Over the past decade, liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry (LC MS/MS)-based workflows become standard for biomarker discovery in proteomics. These medium- to high-throughput (in terms of protein content) profiling approaches have been applied to clinical research. As a result, human proteomes have been characterized to a greater extent than ever before. However, proteomics in clinical research and biomarker discovery studies has generally been performed with small cohorts of subjects (or pooled sa...

Scoping review of clinical rehabilitation research pertaining to traumatic brain injury: 1990-2016.

Understanding the impact of disease on function and improving functional outcomes is an important goal of rehabilitation. This scoping review provides analyzes 25 years of published traumatic brain injury (TBI) clinical rehabilitation research (CRR) to determine the frequency with which function is a research goal.

A Neuroethics Backbone for the Evolving Canadian Brain Research Strategy.

Building on Canada's strong traditions in neuroscience and ethics, neuroethics provides a backbone for the evolving Canadian Brain Research Strategy (CBRS) that, from the outset, incorporates ethically responsible discoveries in brain science into clinical, societal, educational, and commercial innovation.

The NIH BRAIN Initiative: Integrating Neuroethics and Neuroscience.

The NIH Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative is focused on developing new tools and neurotechnologies to transform our understanding of the brain, and neuroethics is an essential component of this research effort. Coordination with other brain projects around the world will help maximize success.

From Analysis of Ischemic Mouse Brain Proteome to Identification of Human Serum Clusterin as a Potential Biomarker for Severity of Acute Ischemic Stroke.

Ischemic stroke is a devastating neurological disease that can cause permanent brain damage, but to date, few biomarkers are available to reliably assess the severity of injury during acute onset. In this study, quantitative proteomic analysis of ischemic mouse brain detected the increase in expression levels of clusterin (CLU) and cystatin C (CST3). Since CLU is a secretary protein, serum samples (n = 70) were obtained from acute ischemic stroke (AIS) patients within 24 h of stroke onset and together ...

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The neural response to deep brain stimulation of the anterior nucleus of the thalamus: a MEMRI and c-Fos study.

Deep brain stimulation (DBS) refers to the delivery of electric current to specific deep brain structures through implanted electrodes. Recently approved for use in United States, DBS to the anterior nucleus of thalamus (ANT) is a safe and effective alternative treatment for medically refractory seizures. Despite the anti-seizure effects of ANT DBS, preclinical and clinical studies have failed to demonstrate it actions at a whole brain level.

Brains for Dementia Research: Evolution in a Longitudinal Brain Donation Cohort to Maximize Current and Future Value.

Brain banking has a long and distinguished past, contributing greatly to our understanding of human neurological and psychiatric conditions. Brain banks have been operationally diverse, collecting primarily end stage disease, with variable quality clinical data available, yet it is now recognized the most informative brain donations are from those in longitudinally studied cohorts. The Brains for Dementia Research (BDR) cohort and program was for planned brain donation across five UK brain banks and one don...

Evaluating cellularity and structural connectivity on whole brain slides using a custom-made digital pathology pipeline.

In brain research, the histopathological examination of coronar whole-brain slides provides important insights into spatial disease characteristics. Regarding brain tumor research, this enables visualization of tumor heterogeneity, infiltration patterns and the relationship with the surrounding brain parenchyma. The precise correlation between radiological imaging and post-mortem brains is of special interest.

Neuroprotective effect of grape seed extract on brain ischemia: a proteomic approach.

Stroke is one of the leading causes of long-lasting disability in human and oxidative stress an important underlying cause. Molecular insights into pathophysiology of ischemic stroke are still obscure, and the present study investigated the protective effect of high dosage Grape Seed Extract (GSE 2.5 g/kg) on brain ischemia-reperfusion (I/R) injury using a proteomic approach. Ischemia was realized by occlusion of the common carotid arteries for 30 min followed by 1 h reperfusion on control or GSE pre-tre...

Magnetic resonance imaging in Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairment.

Research utilizing magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has been crucial to the understanding of the neuropathological mechanisms behind and clinical identification of Alzheimer's disease (AD) and mild cognitive impairment (MCI). MRI modalities show patterns of brain damage that discriminate AD from other brain illnesses and brain abnormalities that are associated with risk of conversion to AD from MCI and other behavioural outcomes. This review discusses the application of various MRI techniques to and their c...

7-Tesla MRI of the brain in a research subject with bilateral, total knee replacement implants: Case report and proposed safety guidelines.

Recently, the first 7-T MR system was approved for clinical use in the United States. Unfortunately, relatively few metallic implants have undergone testing to determine if they are acceptable or pose hazards to research subjects and patients at this ultra-high-field strength. Therefore, in lieu of not performing a research or clinical MRI exam at 7-T, the supervising physician may make a decision to scan the individual with an untested metallic implant based on an analysis of the risks vs. the benefits. We...

Imaging the migrainous brain: the present and the future.

In the last 20 years, we observed significant improvements in the use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for the evaluation of patients affected by migraine. Before these technological advances, knowledge of the pathogenesis of migraine was particularly based on clinical assessment. Complementary to clinical evaluation, conventional MRI provides both specific information for differential diagnosis (particularly if cortical or subcortical lesions are detected in the migrainous brain) and unsurpassable oppo...

The New Face of the Lipid Droplet: Lipid Droplet Proteins.

The lipid droplet (LD) is an organelle with vital functions found in nearly all organisms. LD proteomic research has provided fundamentally important insights into this organelle's functions. The review provides a summary of LD proteomic studies conducted across diverse organisms and cell and tissue types. The accumulated proteomic data are reviewed for evidence of a protein targeting mechanism for the organelle. We provide hypotheses for several specific localization mechanisms based on what is known about...

Quantitative proteomic analysis of intracerebral hemorrhage in rats with a focus on brain energy metabolism.

Intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) is a lethal cerebrovascular disorder with a high mortality and morbidity. The pathophysiological mechanisms underlying ICH-induced secondary injury remain unclear.

The Gut-Brain Axis and the Microbiome: Mechanisms and Clinical Implications.

Based largely on results from preclinical studies, the concept of a brain gut microbiome axis has been established, mediating bidirectional communication between the gut, its microbiome and the nervous system. Limited data obtained in humans suggests that alterations in these interactions may play a role in several brain gut disorders.

HIV-1 Nef and host proteome analysis: Current perspective.

Proteome represents the set of proteins being produced by an organism at a given time. Comparative proteomic profiling of a healthy and diseased state is likely to reflect the dynamics of a disease process. Proteomic techniques are widely used to discover novel biomarkers and decipher mechanisms of HIV-1 pathogenesis. Proteomics is thus emerging as an indispensable tool of monitoring a disease process and intense interactions between HIV-1 and host. Nef is known to regulate various functions in the host to ...

Brain Imaging-Guided Analysis Reveals DNA Methylation Profiles Correlated with Insular Surface Area and Alcohol Use Disorder.

Alcohol use disorder (AUD) is a wide-spread, heritable brain disease, but few studies have linked genetic variants or epigenetic factors to brain structures related to AUD in humans, due to many factors including the high-dimensional nature of imaging and genomic data.

Clinical utility and prospective of TMS-EEG.

Concurrent transcranial magnetic stimulation and electroencephalography (TMS-EEG) has emerged as a powerful tool to non-invasively probe brain circuits in humans, allowing for the assessment of several cortical properties such as excitability and connectivity. Over the past decade, this technique has been applied to various clinical populations, enabling the characterization and development of potential TMS-EEG predictors and markers of treatments and of the pathophysiology of brain disorders. The objective...

Central Slab versus Whole Brain to Measure Brain Atrophy in Multiple Sclerosis.

Structural Image Evaluation using Normalization of Atrophy (SIENA) is used to measure brain atrophy in multiple sclerosis (MS). However, brain extraction is prone to artefacts in the upper and lower parts of the brain. To overcome these shortcomings, some pivotal MS trials used a central slab instead of the whole brain as input for SIENA. The aim of this study was to compare the internal consistency and statistical dispersion of atrophy measures, associations with clinical outcomes and required sample sizes...

Working together to deliver stratified medicine research effectively.

Stratified medicine is an important area of research across all clinical specialties, with far reaching impact in many spheres. Despite recently formulated global policy and research programmes, major challenges for delivering stratified medicine studies persist. Across the globe, clinical research infrastructures have been setup to facilitate high quality clinical research.

Whitepaper: Defining and investigating cognitive reserve, brain reserve, and brain maintenance.

Several concepts, which in the aggregate get might be used to account for "resilience" against age- and disease-related changes, have been the subject of much research. These include brain reserve, cognitive reserve, and brain maintenance. However, different investigators have use these terms in different ways, and there has never been an attempt to arrive at consensus on the definition of these concepts. Furthermore, there has been confusion regarding the measurement of these constructs and the appropriate...

The Human Brain Project: Responsible Brain Research for the Benefit of Society.

Recognizing that its research may raise various ethical, social, and philosophical issues, the HBP has made the identification, examination, and management of those issues a top priority. The Ethics and Society subproject is part of the core research project.

A comparison study of anxiety in children undergoing brain MRI vs adults undergoing brain MRI vs children undergoing an electroencephalogram.

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brain in children and adolescents is a well-established method in both clinical practice and in neuroscientific research. This practice is sometimes viewed critically, as MRI scans might expose minors (e.g. through scan-associated fears) to more than the legally permissible "minimal burden". While there is evidence that a significant portion of adults undergoing brain MRI scans experience anxiety, data on anxiety in children and adolescents undergoing brain MRI scans ...

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