A recent study has opened up a method to reliably study neurological diseases utilizing human brain organoid models.
Researchers have recently found that the brains of children with severe epilepsy can be compensated by rewiring regions of the visual cortex after surgery.
A recent study has determined a connection between reduced redundant synapses of autism spectrum disorder mouse brains and exercise. This could offer a possibility of reversing behavioral defects seen in autism spectrum disorder.
Researchers have revealed that treatment with magnetic therapy could reverse symptoms of mild traumatic brain injury in rodents, potentially leading to novel treatment methods for individuals with concussion in the future.
In a recent study, researchers have discovered a possible link between high LDL cholesterol and early-onset Alzheimer’s disease.
For the first time, researchers have revealed that autism could result from mutations in the noncoding regions of the human genome.
Researchers have identified that the N-terminal fragment of galanin is involved in promoting anhedonia and could therefore be a potential therapeutic target for the treatment of depression.
Researchers from the University of Oregon (OR, USA) suggest that noninvasive EEG readings could present as easily detectable biomarkers to help diagnose and improve treatment for Parkinson’s and other motor disorders.
Enrollment in all ongoing Depatux-M studies has been halted for newly diagnosed glioblastoma due to lack of survival benefit.
Researchers have reported that individuals undergoing CAR T-cell therapy for blood cancers are at risk of neurological side effects; categorizing and understanding these side effects could be important in future diagnosis and treatment.