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Neuroscience Letters

Print ISSN
0304-3940
Electronic ISSN
1872-7972
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2.055
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Sciencedirect
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http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/03043940
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297
Article count
28455
Free count
171
Free percentage
0.00600949
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  1. Acupuncture for sleep quality, BDNF levels and immunosenescence: A randomized controlled study

    Neuroscience Letters 587:35 (2015)

    • Acupuncture was highly effective in improving the sleep quality in the elderly. • Acupuncture was effective in attenuating psychological distress in the elderly....
  2. Migraine is associated with altered levels of neurotrophins

    Neuroscience Letters 587:6 (2015)

    Our findings suggest that NT4/5 and BDNF are involved in migraine pathogenesis....
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    Neuroscience Letters 582:iii (2014)

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    Neuroscience Letters 569:CO4 (2014)

  5. The potential role of CAMSAP1L1 in symptomatic epilepsy.

    Neuroscience Letters 556:146 (2013) PMID 24148305

    We report that rs2292096 genotypes tended to associate with expression of CAMSAP1L1 RNA in the temporal lobe (p=0.054) and hippocampus (p=0.20) of epilepsy surgery patients, with expression tending to increase with the G allele. CAMSAP1L1 and β-tubulin double immunofluorescence exhibited partial ove...
  6. Small-worldness and modularity of the resting-state functional brain network decrease with aging.

    Neuroscience Letters 556:104 (2013) PMID 24157850

    The human brain is a complex network that is known to be affected by normal aging. Graph-based analysis has been used to estimate functional brain network efficiency and effects of normal aging on small-worldness have been reported. This relationship is further investigated here along with network m...
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    Neuroscience Letters 529(1):iii (2012)

  8. Spinocerebellar ataxia type 27 (SCA27) is an uncommon cause of dominant ataxia among Chinese Han population.

    Neuroscience Letters 520(1):16 (2012) PMID 22579694

    We performed molecular genetic analysis in 67 unrelated familial ataxia cases and 500 normal controls by denaturing high-performance liquid chromatography (DHPLC) and DNA direct sequencing. Interestingly, we found a pair of siblings carried the same heterozygous variation (c.-10delC) characterized b...
  9. The characterization of gene expression during mouse neural stem cell differentiation in vitro.

    Neuroscience Letters 506(1):50 (2012) PMID 22044874

    We identified gene networks that were associated with BMP and TGF-beta2 signaling pathways using Ingenuity Pathway Analysis. Our results suggest that the differentiation of E15 NSCs into astrocytes is based on a combinatorial network of various signaling pathways, including cell cycle, BMP and TGF-b...
  10. Increased cutaneous NGF and CGRP-labelled trkA-positive intra-epidermal nerve fibres in rat diabetic skin.

    Neuroscience Letters 506(1):59 (2012) PMID 22044876

    We have determined the amount of Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) and the innervation density of the glabrous hindpaw skin of diabetic rats (n=4) and controls (n=3). The proportion of intra-epidermal nerve fibres (IENF) expressing the high affinity NGF receptor (trkA) and calcitonin gene-related peptide (C...