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Researchers report altered brain functional connectivity in ASD

News 2 months ago

A new study by Dr. Joshi and colleagues in adolescent and young adult males with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) showed significant differences in the functional architecture and interactivity of the default mode network (DMN)–brain regions linked to social-cognitive impairment in […]

Nutritional intervention for Alzheimer’s

News 3 months ago

E.U. research consortium LipiDiDiet tries to find a a way to impact Alzheimer’s Disease before it’s too late. The pioneering clinical trial is part of a large EU funded project and involved 311 patients across 11 sites in four countries […]

Hersenomvang mede bepaald door de mTOR signaalroute

News 3 months ago

Hoofdauteur M.F.R. Reijnders van het Radboudumc en collega’s in Maastricht, Rotterdam, Groningen en Durham (Verenigde Staten) zagen dat de hersenomvang mede wordt bepaald door een grote groep samenwerkende genen die bekend staat als de mTOR signaalroute. Mutaties in die groep […]

ANESTHESIOLOGY 2017: Ketamine may help treat migraine pain

News 3 months ago

Ketamine, a medication commonly used for pain relief and increasingly used for depression, may help alleviate migraine pain in patients who have not been helped by other treatments, suggests a study being presented at the ANESTHESIOLOGY® 2017 annual meeting. The […]

Alzheimer’s gene poses both risk and benefits

News 3 months ago

Scientists drilling down to the molecular roots of Alzheimer’s disease have encountered a good news/bad news scenario. A major player is a gene called TREM2, mutations of which can substantially raise a person’s risk of the disease. The bad news […]