Neuron releases cellular atlas of trigeminal ganglia, promising to reveal therapeutic targets for migraine
Time of Update: 2022-04-23
Recently, researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital mapped the cells of the human and mouse trigeminal ganglia, analyzing the genes expressed by each TG cell type at single-cell resolution .
Neuron: Neurotransmitter "generously" transmits itch information
Time of Update: 2022-01-26
In situ hybridization experiments found that MrgprA3-positive neurons in the DRG region were enriched to express type 2 vesicular glutamate transporter (Vglut2) and neuromedin B (NMB, Figure 1).
Google releases the strongest human brain "map" in history, online visual 3D neuron "forest"
Time of Update: 2021-06-11
A few days ago, Google released the H01 human brain imaging data set, 130 million synapses, tens of thousands of neurons, the largest sample in history!
Neurons regulate vascular integrity in the brain by releasing exosomes containing miR-132
Time of Update: 2020-09-05
the study found that neurons regulate cerebrovascular integrity by releasing exosomes to transport highly expressed miR-132 neurons into cerebrovascular endotrote cells, and then by targeting eef2k to maintain high expression of VE-cadherin.
The role of mGluR2, a neuro receptacle that controls the release of the neurotransmitter glutamate, in the course of cocaine addiction.
Time of Update: 2020-08-28
Researchers at the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) found that removing a nerve receptacle in mice that controls the release of the neurotransmitter glutamate could reduce the effectiveness of cocaine, increasing its chances of quitting cocaine addiction.
models) causes mitochondrial RNA release and neuronal inherent immune activation.
Time of Update: 2020-07-28
Huntington's disease is divided into five levels () that show no neuropathological abnormallevels showing the loss of striatum neurons and the level of striatum neurons lost. In addition to the number of lost striatum glial cells in neurons
Neuron. "Decision Tree" at the neurotransmitter release site
Time of Update: 2020-07-21
Responsible . . . Synaptic transmission is the most basic way of communication between neurons. . Its core function is to convert electrical signals (action potentials) into chemical signals (neurotransmitters) and act on the next