Computer modeling identifies first molecule to inhibit OLIG2 activation in mouse models, shrinking glioblastoma tumors by half.
Researchers have identified that strokes in young people who utilize marijuana are more likely to be caused by stenosis than strokes in non-users.
The Joint Committee for Traceability in Laboratory Medicine have announced a new international standart for the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease.
Findings from a recent study suggest that young girls who suffer a concussive hit to the head during their childhood are more likely to exhibit alcohol dependency later on in life.
BRCA1 expression has been defined as a predictive biomarker of overall survival in patients with glioblastoma multiforme and also highlighted as a potential therapeutic target.
A new wireless system measuring fluctuations in the production of neurotransmitters could provide a way to automatically adjust stimulation patterns in real-time, according to patients’ responses.
Posters presented at Neuroscience 2015 examine long-term consequences and differences between gender and age groups.