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“Virtual navigation in healthy aging: Activation during learning and deactivation during retrieval predicts successful memory for spatial locations” (2022) Neuropsychologia Virtual navigation in healthy aging: Activation during learning and deactivation during retrieval predicts successful memory for spatial locations(2022) Neuropsychologia, 173, art. no. 108298, .  Richmond, L.L.a b , Sargent, J.Q.c , Zacks, J.M.a a Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Washington University in St […]

Early to serve as interim CRE2 director

Gerald Early, PhD, the Merle King Professor of Modern Letters in Arts & Sciences, will serve as interim director of the Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity & Equity (CRE2) at Washington University in St. Louis, effective July 1. The center provides programs and partnerships for Danforth and Medical campus faculty researching issues related to race […]

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"A novel algorithm for multiplicative speckle noise reduction in ex vivo human brain OCT images" (2022) NeuroImage A novel algorithm for multiplicative speckle noise reduction in ex vivo human brain OCT images(2022) NeuroImage, 257, art. no. 119304, .  Varadarajan, D.a b , Magnain, C.a b , Fogarty, M.c d , Boas, D.A.f , Fischl, B.a b e , Wang, H.a b a Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Massachusetts General Hospital, […]

Goldbach installed as Masters and Johnson Distinguished Professor in Sexual Health and Education

Jeremy Goldbach, PhD, an expert on LGBTQ mental health, has been installed as the inaugural Masters and Johnson Distinguished Professor in Sexual Health and Education. An installation ceremony took place May 11 in Hillman Hall. “Professor Goldbach has an outstanding record of scholarship and a passion for his research involving the relationship between minority stress […]

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“Donor activation focused rehabilitation approach to hand closing nerve transfer surgery in individuals with cervical level spinal cord injury” (2022) Spinal Cord Series and Cases Donor activation focused rehabilitation approach to hand closing nerve transfer surgery in individuals with cervical level spinal cord injury(2022) Spinal Cord Series and Cases, 8 (1), art. no. 47, .  Kahn, L.C.a , Evans, A.G.b c , Hill, E.J.R.c , […]

Parents’ mental health was worse during pandemic, study finds

While having a child attend a private school or school with above-average instructional quality was associated with better mental health of parents during the COVID-19 pandemic, hybrid school was associated with worse parental mental health, as was working from home, finds a new study from the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis. The study is […]

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“Shared and unique brain network features predict cognitive, personality, and mental health scores in the ABCD study” (2022) Nature Communications Shared and unique brain network features predict cognitive, personality, and mental health scores in the ABCD study(2022) Nature Communications, 13 (1), art. no. 2217, .  Chen, J.a b c d , Tam, A.a b c d , Kebets, V.a b c d , Orban, C.a b c d , Ooi, L.Q.R.a b c d e , Asplund, C.L.b c d f g h , Marek, S.i , Dosenbach, N.U.F.j k l m , […]

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"Naturalistic driving measures of route selection associate with resting state networks in older adults" (2022) Scientific Reports Naturalistic driving measures of route selection associate with resting state networks in older adults(2022) Scientific Reports, 12 (1), art. no. 6486, .  Wisch, J.K.a , Roe, C.M.a , Babulal, G.M.a d e , Metcalf, N.a , Johnson, A.M.f , Murphy, S.a , Hicks, J.a , Doherty, J.M.a , Morris, J.C.a c , Ances, B.M.a b c a Department of Neurology, […]

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“VCP suppresses proteopathic seeding in neurons” (2022) Molecular Neurodegeneration VCP suppresses proteopathic seeding in neurons(2022) Molecular Neurodegeneration, 17 (1), art. no. 30, .  Zhu, J.a , Pittman, S.a , Dhavale, D.a , French, R.b , Patterson, J.N.a , Kaleelurrrahuman, M.S.a , Sun, Y.c , Vaquer-Alicea, J.d , Maggiore, G.d , Clemen, C.S.e f , Buscher, W.J.g , Bieschke, J.c , Kotzbauer, P.a , Ayala, Y.b , Diamond, M.I.d , Davis, A.A.a , Weihl, C.a a Department of Neurology, Hope Center for […]

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“The CSF in neurosarcoidosis contains consistent clonal expansion of CD8 T cells, but not CD4 T cells” (2022) Journal of Neuroimmunology The CSF in neurosarcoidosis contains consistent clonal expansion of CD8 T cells, but not CD4 T cells(2022) Journal of Neuroimmunology, 367, art. no. 577860, .  Paley, M.A.a , Baker, B.J.b , Dunham, S.R.b , Linskey, N.a , Cantoni, C.b , Lee, K.b , Hassman, L.M.c , […]

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“A transgenic mouse embryonic stem cell line for puromycin selection of V0V interneurons from heterogenous induced cultures” (2022) Stem Cell Research and Therapy A transgenic mouse embryonic stem cell line for puromycin selection of V0V interneurons from heterogenous induced cultures(2022) Stem Cell Research and Therapy, 13 (1), art. no. 131, .  Pardieck, J.a b , Harb, M.a , Sakiyama-Elbert, S.E.a a Department of Biomedical Engineering, […]

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“Open surgery or laser interstitial thermal therapy for low-grade epilepsy-associated tumors of the temporal lobe: A single-institution consecutive series” (2022) Epilepsy and Behavior Open surgery or laser interstitial thermal therapy for low-grade epilepsy-associated tumors of the temporal lobe: A single-institution consecutive series(2022) Epilepsy and Behavior, 130, art. no. 108659, .  Hedaya, A.A.a , Hewitt, K.C.b , Hu, R.c , Epstein, C.M.b , Gross, R.E.a b , […]

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“Domain-general cognitive motivation: Evidence from economic decision-making – Final Registered Report” (2022) Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications Domain-general cognitive motivation: Evidence from economic decision-making – Final Registered Report(2022) Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 7 (1), art. no. 23, .  Crawford, J.L.a , Eisenstein, S.A.b c , Peelle, J.E.d , Braver, T.S.a a Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Washington University in St. Louis, 1 Brookings Dr, […]

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“Nonmedical use of gabapentin and opioid agonist medications in treatment-seeking individuals with opioid use disorder” (2022) Drug and Alcohol Dependence Nonmedical use of gabapentin and opioid agonist medications in treatment-seeking individuals with opioid use disorder(2022) Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 234, art. no. 109400, .  Ellis, M.S.a , Buttram, M.E.b , Kasper, Z.A.a a Washington University in St. Louis, School of Medicine. Department of […]

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“Beta-amyloid moderates the relationship between cortical thickness and attentional control in middle- and older-aged adults” (2022) Neurobiology of Aging Beta-amyloid moderates the relationship between cortical thickness and attentional control in middle- and older-aged adults(2022) Neurobiology of Aging, 112, pp. 181-190.  McKay, N.S.a b , Dincer, A.a b , Mehrotra, V.e , Aschenbrenner, A.J.b c , Balota, D.b d , Hornbeck, R.C.a b , Hassenstab, J.b c d , Morris, J.C.b c , Benzinger, T.L.S.a b , Gordon, B.A.a b d […]

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"Are children with unilateral hearing loss more tired?" (2022) International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology Are children with unilateral hearing loss more tired?(2022) International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 155, art. no. 111075, .  Carpenter, D.a , Dougherty, W.b , Sindhar, S.c , Friesen, T.-N.c , Lieu, J.c , Kesser, B.W.a a Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, University of Virginia School of Medicine, P.O. Box 800713, Charlottesville, […]

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“Anatomical variability, multi-modal coordinate systems, and precision targeting in the marmoset brain” (2022) NeuroImage Anatomical variability, multi-modal coordinate systems, and precision targeting in the marmoset brain(2022) NeuroImage, 250, art. no. 118965, .  Ose, T.a b , Autio, J.A.a , Ohno, M.a , Frey, S.c , Uematsu, A.a , Kawasaki, A.a , Takeda, C.a , Hori, Y.a d , Nishigori, K.a e , Nakako, T.a e , Yokoyama, C.a f , Nagata, H.e , Yamamori, T.g , Van Essen, […]

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“Constitutive activation of canonical Wnt signaling disrupts choroid plexus epithelial fate” (2022) Nature Communications Constitutive activation of canonical Wnt signaling disrupts choroid plexus epithelial fate(2022) Nature Communications, 13 (1), art. no. 633, .  Parichha, A.a , Suresh, V.a , Chatterjee, M.a g , Kshirsagar, A.b , Ben-Reuven, L.b , Olender, T.b , Taketo, M.M.c , Radosevic, V.d e , Bobic-Rasonja, M.d e , Trnski, S.d , Holtzman, M.J.f , Jovanov-Milosevic, N.d e , Reiner, O.b , Tole, S.a […]

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“Hierarchical and nonhierarchical features of the mouse visual cortical network” (2022) Nature Communications Hierarchical and nonhierarchical features of the mouse visual cortical network(2022) Nature Communications, 13 (1), art. no. 503, .  D’Souza, R.D.a , Wang, Q.a b , Ji, W.a , Meier, A.M.a , Kennedy, H.c d , Knoblauch, K.c e , Burkhalter, A.a a Department of Neuroscience, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO 63110, United Statesb Allen Institute for […]

Cabassa appointed to NIH advisory council

Leopoldo J. Cabassa, PhD, professor at the Brown School, co-director of the Center for Mental Health Services Research and director of the PhD program in social work, all at Washington University in St. Louis, has been appointed to the Advisory Council of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Center for Scientific Review (CSR). The CSR Advisory Council was established in 2011 to advise […]

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“Murine roseolovirus does not accelerate amyloid-β pathology and human roseoloviruses are not over-represented in Alzheimer disease brains” (2022) Molecular Neurodegeneration Murine roseolovirus does not accelerate amyloid-β pathology and human roseoloviruses are not over-represented in Alzheimer disease brains(2022) Molecular Neurodegeneration, 17 (1), art. no. 10, .  Bigley, T.M.a , Xiong, M.b c d , Ali, M.f , Chen, Y.b c e , Wang, C.b , Serrano, J.R.b , Eteleeb, A.f g , Harari, O.b f g , […]

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“Plasma MCP-1 and changes on cognitive function in community-dwelling older adults” (2022) Alzheimer’s Research and Therapy Plasma MCP-1 and changes on cognitive function in community-dwelling older adults(2022) Alzheimer’s Research and Therapy, 14 (1), art. no. 5, .  Sanchez-Sanchez, J.L.a b , Giudici, K.V.a , Guyonnet, S.a c , Delrieu, J.a c , Li, Y.d e , Bateman, R.J.d e f g , Parini, A.h , Vellas, B.a c , de Souto Barreto, P.a c , Vellas, B.i , Guyonnet, S.i , Carrié, […]

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“Constitutively active SARM1 variants that induce neuropathy are enriched in ALS patients” (2022) Molecular Neurodegeneration Constitutively active SARM1 variants that induce neuropathy are enriched in ALS patients(2022) Molecular Neurodegeneration, 17 (1), art. no. 1, .  Bloom, A.J.a , Mao, X.a , Strickland, A.a , Sasaki, Y.a , Milbrandt, J.a , DiAntonio, A.b a Needleman Center for Neurometabolism and Axonal Therapeutics and Department of Genetics, Washington University School […]

Racial equity in Alzheimer’s research focus of $7 million in grants

The burden of Alzheimer’s disease doesn’t fall on all communities equally. Black Americans face about double the risk of developing the devastating neurodegenerative disease than non-Hispanic white Americans do. The factors that place Black people at elevated risk remain poorly understood, partly because Black people historically and systematically have been underrepresented in Alzheimer’s studies. Without […]

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“Electroconvulsive therapy in treatment resistant depression” (2022) Journal of the Neurological Sciences Electroconvulsive therapy in treatment resistant depression(2022) Journal of the Neurological Sciences, 434, art. no. 120095, .  Subramanian, S.a b , Lopez, R.a b , Zorumski, C.F.a b , Cristancho, P.a b a Department of Psychiatry, Washington University in St Louis School of Medicine, St Louis, MO, United Statesb Department of Psychiatry, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley […]

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“Filtering respiratory motion artifact from resting state fMRI data in infant and toddler populations” (2022) NeuroImage Filtering respiratory motion artifact from resting state fMRI data in infant and toddler populations(2022) NeuroImage, 247, art. no. 118838, .  Kaplan, S.a , Meyer, D.a , Miranda-Dominguez, O.g h , Perrone, A.f j , Earl, E.h j , Alexopoulos, D.a , Barch, D.M.b d e , Day, T.K.M.f , Dust, J.a , Eggebrecht, A.T.b , Feczko, E.g h , Kardan, O.k , […]

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“Psychometric properties of the Peceived Benefits of Thinness Scale in college-aged women” (2022) Body Image Psychometric properties of the Peceived Benefits of Thinness Scale in college-aged women(2022) Body Image, 40, pp. 103-109.  Flatt, R.E.a , Karam, A.M.b , Fitzsimmons-Craft, E.E.b , Balantekin, K.N.c , Graham, A.K.d , Eichen, D.M.e , Monterubio, G.E.b , Goel, N.J.f , Fowler, L.A.b , Sadeh-Sharvit, S.g h i , Wilfley, D.b , Mazina, V.j k , Taylor, C.B.g h , Trockel, […]

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“Automated sleep state classification of wide-field calcium imaging data via multiplex visibility graphs and deep learning” (2022) Journal of Neuroscience Methods Automated sleep state classification of wide-field calcium imaging data via multiplex visibility graphs and deep learning(2022) Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 366, art. no. 109421, .  Zhang, X.a , Landsness, E.C.b , Chen, W.b , Miao, H.b , Tang, M.b , Brier, L.M.c , Culver, J.P.c d e f , Lee, […]

Paola Cepeda named Director of Postdoctoral Affairs

Dear Colleagues, I am pleased to announce that, after a nationwide search, Paola Cepeda, PhD, has been named Director of Postdoctoral Affairs in the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, effective January 4, 2022. Paola currently serves as the Program Manager for Graduate and Postdoctoral Professional Development at Stony Brook University. In the role […]

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“Levetiracetam Prophylaxis for Children Admitted With Traumatic Brain Injury” (2022) Pediatric Neurology Levetiracetam Prophylaxis for Children Admitted With Traumatic Brain Injury (2022) Pediatric Neurology, 126, pp. 114-119.  Surtees, T.-L.a , Kumar, I.b , Garton, H.J.L.c , Rivas-Rodriguez, F.d , Parmar, H.d , McCaffery, H.b , Riebe-Rodgers, J.b , Shellhaas, R.A.b a Department of Neurology, Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, United Statesb Departments […]

Minton appointed vice chancellor for technology and chief information officer

Jessie Minton, vice provost and chief information officer at the University of Oregon, has been appointed vice chancellor for technology and chief information officer at Washington University in St. Louis, effective April 15, according to Shantay Bolton, executive vice chancellor and chief administrative officer. Minton will succeed Stephanie L. Reel, who has served as interim chief […]

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“Multi-scale semi-supervised clustering of brain images: Deriving disease subtypes” (2022) Medical Image Analysis Multi-scale semi-supervised clustering of brain images: Deriving disease subtypes(2022) Medical Image Analysis, 75, art. no. 102304, .  Wen, J.a , Varol, E.b , Sotiras, A.c , Yang, Z.a , Chand, G.B.d , Erus, G.a , Shou, H.a e , Abdulkadir, A.a , Hwang, G.a , Dwyer, D.B.f , Pigoni, A.g , Dazzan, P.h , Kahn, R.S.i , Schnack, H.G.j , Zanetti, M.V.k , […]

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“Personalized networks of social anxiety disorder and depression and implications for treatment” (2022) Journal of Affective Disorders Personalized networks of social anxiety disorder and depression and implications for treatment(2022) Journal of Affective Disorders, 298, pp. 262-276.  Piccirillo, M.L., Rodebaugh, T.L. Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO 63130, United States AbstractIntroduction: Social […]

Infectious disease initiative launches

The Brown School, the Institute for Public Health’s Center for Dissemination and Implementation and the School of Medicine’s Infectious Disease Division at Washington University in St. Louis have launched the Infectious Disease Dissemination and Implementation Science (IDDI) Initiative. Led by Virginia McKay, PhD, research assistant professor at the Brown School, the initiative is designed to cultivate local […]

Lodge to depart Washington University

Jennifer K. Lodge, PhD, vice chancellor for research at Washington University in St. Louis and the David T. Blasingame Professor, will leave the university at the end of the year. Lodge will be joining Duke University as vice president for research and innovation in January. “Dr. Lodge has served Washington University during extraordinary times, providing […]

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“Semaphorin-Plexin Signaling: From Axonal Guidance to a New X-Linked Intellectual Disability Syndrome” (2022) Pediatric Neurology Semaphorin-Plexin Signaling: From Axonal Guidance to a New X-Linked Intellectual Disability Syndrome(2022) Pediatric Neurology, 126, pp. 65-73.  Steele, J.L.a , Morrow, M.M.b , Sarnat, H.B.c , Alkhunaizi, E.d , Brandt, T.b , Chitayat, D.A.d , DeFilippo, C.P.e , Douglas, G.V.b , Dubbs, H.A.f , Elloumi, H.Z.b , Glassford, M.R.g , Hannibal, M.C.g , Héron, B.h , Kim, […]

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“Contribution of animal models toward understanding resting state functional connectivity” (2021) NeuroImage Contribution of animal models toward understanding resting state functional connectivity(2021) NeuroImage, 245, art. no. 118630, .  Pais-Roldán, P.a , Mateo, C.b , Pan, W.-J.c , Acland, B.d , Kleinfeld, D.b e , Snyder, L.H.d , Yu, X.f , Keilholz, S.c a Medical Imaging Physics, Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine 4, Forschungszentrum Jülich52425, Germanyb Department of Physics, University of […]

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“The relationship between diffusion heterogeneity and microstructural changes in high-grade gliomas using Monte Carlo simulations” (2022) Magnetic Resonance Imaging The relationship between diffusion heterogeneity and microstructural changes in high-grade gliomas using Monte Carlo simulations(2022) Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 85, pp. 108-120.  Lee, C.-Y.a , Bennett, K.M.b , Debbins, J.P.c , Choi, I.-Y.a d e f , Lee, P.a e f a Hoglund Biomedical Imaging Center, University of Kansas Medical Center, […]

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“Equivalent learning, but unequal participation: Male bumble bees learn comparably to females, but participate in cognitive assessments at lower rates” (2021) Behavioural Processes Equivalent learning, but unequal participation: Male bumble bees learn comparably to females, but participate in cognitive assessments at lower rates (2021) Behavioural Processes, 193, art. no. 104528, . Manning, T.H.a b , Austin, M.W.a b c , MuseMorris, K.a , Dunlap, A.S.a b  a Department […]

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“Circadian neurons in the paraventricular nucleus entrain and sustain daily rhythms in glucocorticoids” (2021) Nature Communications Circadian neurons in the paraventricular nucleus entrain and sustain daily rhythms in glucocorticoids (2021) Nature Communications, 12 (1), art. no. 5763, .  Jones, J.R.a b , Chaturvedi, S.a , Granados-Fuentes, D.a , Herzog, E.D.a a Department of Biology, Washington University, St. Louis, St. Louis, MO, United States b Department of Biology, Texas […]

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“Spectral signature of attentional reorienting in the human brain” (2021) NeuroImage Spectral signature of attentional reorienting in the human brain (2021) NeuroImage, 244, art. no. 118616, .  Spadone, S.a , Betti, V.b c , Sestieri, C.a , Pizzella, V.a , Corbetta, M.d e f , Della Penna, S.a a Department of Neuroscience, Imaging and Clinical Sciences – and ITAB, Institute for Advanced Biomedical Technologies, G. d’Annunzio University of Chieti-Pescara, […]

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“A limited number of slices yields comparable results to all slices in foot intrinsic muscle deterioration ratio on computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging” (2021) Journal of Biomechanics A limited number of slices yields comparable results to all slices in foot intrinsic muscle deterioration ratio on computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging (2021) Journal of Biomechanics, 129, art. […]

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“A limited number of slices yields comparable results to all slices in foot intrinsic muscle deterioration ratio on computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging” (2021) Journal of Biomechanics A limited number of slices yields comparable results to all slices in foot intrinsic muscle deterioration ratio on computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging (2021) Journal of Biomechanics, 129, art. […]

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“Is comprehensiveness critical? Comparing short and long format cognitive assessments in preclinical Alzheimer disease” (2021) Alzheimer’s Research and Therapy Is comprehensiveness critical? Comparing short and long format cognitive assessments in preclinical Alzheimer disease (2021) Alzheimer’s Research and Therapy, 13 (1), art. no. 153, .  Hassenstab, J.a b , Nicosia, J.a , LaRose, M.a , Aschenbrenner, A.J.a , Gordon, B.A.b c , Benzinger, T.L.S.c , Xiong, C.a d , Morris, J.C.a a Charles F. and […]

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“Striatal oxidative damages and neuroinflammation correlate with progression and survival of Lewy body and Alzheimer diseases” (2022) Neural Regeneration Research Striatal oxidative damages and neuroinflammation correlate with progression and survival of Lewy body and Alzheimer diseases (2022) Neural Regeneration Research, 17 (4), pp. 867-874.  Li, H., Knight, W., Xu, J. Department of Radiology, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, […]

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“The mechanism of Annexin A1 to modulate TRPV1 and nociception in dorsal root ganglion neurons” (2021) Cell and Bioscience The mechanism of Annexin A1 to modulate TRPV1 and nociception in dorsal root ganglion neurons (2021) Cell and Bioscience, 11 (1), art. no. 167, .  Zhang, Y.a b f , Ma, S.a b , Ke, X.a b , Yi, Y.a b , Yu, H.a b , Yu, D.a b , Li, Q.c , Shang, Y.b d , Lu, […]

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"A machine learning approach for the factorization of psychometric data with application to the Delis Kaplan Executive Function System" (2021) Scientific Reports A machine learning approach for the factorization of psychometric data with application to the Delis Kaplan Executive Function System(2021) Scientific Reports, 11 (1), art. no. 16896, .  Camilleri, J.A.a b , Eickhoff, S.B.a b , Weis, S.a b , Chen, J.a b c , Amunts, J.a b , Sotiras, A.d , […]

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“Basal ganglia shape features differentiate schizoaffective disorder from schizophrenia” (2021) Psychiatry Research – Neuroimaging Basal ganglia shape features differentiate schizoaffective disorder from schizophrenia (2021) Psychiatry Research – Neuroimaging, 317, art. no. 111352, .  Cobia, D.a e , Rich, C.b , Smith, M.J.c , Mamah, D.d , Csernansky, J.G.e , Wang, L.e f g a Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Center, Brigham Young University, 1036 KMBL, Provo, UT 84602, United […]

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“Long range synchronization within the enteric nervous system underlies propulsion along the large intestine in mice” (2021) Communications Biology Long range synchronization within the enteric nervous system underlies propulsion along the large intestine in mice (2021) Communications Biology, 4 (1), art. no. 955, .  Spencer, N.J.a , Travis, L.a , Wiklendt, L.b , Costa, M.a , Hibberd, T.J.a , Brookes, S.J.a , Dinning, P.b , Hu, H.c , Wattchow, […]

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"Chronic neuroleptic treatment combined with a high fat diet elevated (3H) flunitrazepam binding in the cerebellum (2022) Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry Chronic neuroleptic treatment combined with a high fat diet elevated [3H] flunitrazepam binding in the cerebellum(2022) Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry, 112, art. no. 110407, .  Richardson, B.a b , Swenson, S.a , Hamilton, J.a b , Leonard, K.c , Delis, F.d , […]