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Brain Research

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0006-8993
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0006-8993
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54459
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    Brain Research 1568:i (2014)

  2. Resveratrol Downregulates Glutamate-1 Transporter Expression and Microglia Activation in the Hippocampus following Cerebral Ischemia Reperfu...

    Brain Research (2011)

    Our findings demonstrate prevention by RSV of ischemia-induced reduction of GLT-1 expression in the vulnerable CA1 layer 7 days following global ischemia, which was accompanied by the polyphenol’s inhibition of post ischemic increase in CD11b/c and GFAP expression. RSV also conferred significant CA1...
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    Brain Research 1362:0 (2010)

  4. WITHDRAWN: Transplantation of bone mesenchymal stem cells containing the nerve growth factor gene in adult rat brain with Fimbria Fornix les...

    Brain Research (2009) PMID 19401170

    We examined whether nerve growth factor (NGF) improve BMSCs viability in the brain with Fimbria-Fornix lesion (FF). After transduction of NGF gene via recombinant retroviral vectors, the rat BMSCs were transformed into the NGF-GFP positive BMSCs, nearly 100% of cells expressed NGF. After transplante...
  5. The notion of the motion: The neurocognition of motion lines in visual narratives

    Brain Research 1601:73 (2015)

    We directly examine the cognition of motion lines by comparing images in comic strips that depicted normal motion lines with those that either had no lines or anomalous, reversed lines. In Experiment 1, shorter viewing times appeared to images with normal lines than those with no lines, which were s...
  6. Effects of risperidone treatment on the expression of hypothalamic neuropeptide in appetite regulation in Wistar rats.

    Brain research 1596:146 (2015) PMID 25449893

    We investigated the circulating levels of hypothalamic neurohormones, which are related to appetite regulation; neuropeptide Y (NPY); alpha melanocyte stimulating hormone (α-MSH); cocaine and amphetamine regulated transcript (CART); agouti-related peptide (AgRP); and leptin in male Wistar rats, whic...
  7. Characterisation of multiple regulatory domains spanning the major transcriptional start site of the FUS gene, a candidate gene for motor ne...

    Brain research 1595:1 (2015) PMID 25451114

    Our analysis indicated in addition to regulatory domains 5' of the transcriptional start site an important regulatory domain resides in intron 1 of the gene itself. This intronic domain functioned both in cell lines and in vivo in the neural tube of the chick embryo including developing motor neuron...
  8. Baincalein alleviates early brain injury after experimental subarachnoid hemorrhage in rats: possible involvement of TLR4/NF-κB-mediated inf...

    Brain research 1594:245 (2015) PMID 25451085

    Our study showed that treatment with baicalein (30 mg/kg) significantly improved neurological function at 24h after SAH and reduced brain edema at both 24h and 72 h after SAH. Baicalein also significantly reduced neural cell death, BBB permeability. These changes were associated with the remarkable...
  9. Modulation of functional connectivity following visual adaptation: homeostasis in V1.

    Brain research 1594:136 (2015) PMID 25451112

    We used visual adaptation to change the preferred orientation selectivity in V1 neurons. Cortical circuits are dominated by complex and intricate connections between neurons. Cross-correlation of cellular spike-trains discloses the putative functional connection between two neurons. We sought to inv...
  10. A change in hippocampal protocadherin gamma expression in a learned helpless rat.

    Brain research 1593:55 (2014) PMID 25446008

    We selected one of these genes, a member of the γ-protocadherins for further study to determine the basis for the change in expression. Helpless animals demonstrated an increased expression primarily in CA1 neurons. Protocadherins have been implicated in synapse development and these results suggest...