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Evolutionary modifications in human brain connectivity associated with schizophrenia.
van den Heuvel MP, Scholtens LH, de Lange SC, Pijnenburg R, Cahn W, van Haren NEM, Sommer IE, Bozzali M, Koch K, Boks MP, Repple J, Pievani M, Li L, Preuss TM, Rilling JK. van den Heuvel MP, et al. Brain. 2019 Dec 1;142(12):3991-4002. doi: 10.1093/brain/awz330. Brain. 2019. PMID: 31724729 Free PMC article.
We contrasted the connectome layout between the chimpanzee and human brain and compared differences with the pattern of schizophrenia-related changes in brain connectivity as observed in patients. ...Taken together, our findings suggest that human-specific features …
We contrasted the connectome layout between the chimpanzee and human brain and compared differences with the pattern of schizophrenia …
Brain-first versus body-first Parkinson's disease: a multimodal imaging case-control study.
Horsager J, Andersen KB, Knudsen K, Skjærbæk C, Fedorova TD, Okkels N, Schaeffer E, Bonkat SK, Geday J, Otto M, Sommerauer M, Danielsen EH, Bech E, Kraft J, Munk OL, Hansen SD, Pavese N, Göder R, Brooks DJ, Berg D, Borghammer P. Horsager J, et al. Brain. 2020 Oct 1;143(10):3077-3088. doi: 10.1093/brain/awaa238. Brain. 2020. PMID: 32830221
We have hypothesized that Parkinson's disease comprises two subtypes. A brain-first (top-down) type, where alpha-synuclein pathology initially arises in the brain with secondary spreading to the peripheral autonomic nervous system; and a body-first (bottom-up) type, …
We have hypothesized that Parkinson's disease comprises two subtypes. A brain-first (top-down) type, where alpha-synuclein pathology …
Deep brain stimulation induced normalization of the human functional connectome in Parkinson's disease.
Horn A, Wenzel G, Irmen F, Huebl J, Li N, Neumann WJ, Krause P, Bohner G, Scheel M, Kühn AA. Horn A, et al. Brain. 2019 Oct 1;142(10):3129-3143. doi: 10.1093/brain/awz239. Brain. 2019. PMID: 31412106
Neuroimaging has seen a paradigm shift away from a formal description of local activity patterns towards studying distributed brain networks. The recently defined framework of the 'human connectome' enables global analysis of parts of the brain and their interconnec …
Neuroimaging has seen a paradigm shift away from a formal description of local activity patterns towards studying distributed brain n …
The emerging spectrum of COVID-19 neurology: clinical, radiological and laboratory findings.
Paterson RW, Brown RL, Benjamin L, Nortley R, Wiethoff S, Bharucha T, Jayaseelan DL, Kumar G, Raftopoulos RE, Zambreanu L, Vivekanandam V, Khoo A, Geraldes R, Chinthapalli K, Boyd E, Tuzlali H, Price G, Christofi G, Morrow J, McNamara P, McLoughlin B, Lim ST, Mehta PR, Levee V, Keddie S, Yong W, Trip SA, Foulkes AJM, Hotton G, Miller TD, Everitt AD, Carswell C, Davies NWS, Yoong M, Attwell D, Sreedharan J, Silber E, Schott JM, Chandratheva A, Perry RJ, Simister R, Checkley A, Longley N, Farmer SF, Carletti F, Houlihan C, Thom M, Lunn MP, Spillane J, Howard R, Vincent A, Werring DJ, Hoskote C, Jäger HR, Manji H, Zandi MS. Paterson RW, et al. Brain. 2020 Oct 1;143(10):3104-3120. doi: 10.1093/brain/awaa240. Brain. 2020. PMID: 32637987 Free PMC article.
Brain structural covariance networks in obsessive-compulsive disorder: a graph analysis from the ENIGMA Consortium.
Yun JY, Boedhoe PSW, Vriend C, Jahanshad N, Abe Y, Ameis SH, Anticevic A, Arnold PD, Batistuzzo MC, Benedetti F, Beucke JC, Bollettini I, Bose A, Brem S, Calvo A, Cheng Y, Cho KIK, Ciullo V, Dallaspezia S, Denys D, Feusner JD, Fouche JP, Giménez M, Gruner P, Hibar DP, Hoexter MQ, Hu H, Huyser C, Ikari K, Kathmann N, Kaufmann C, Koch K, Lazaro L, Lochner C, Marques P, Marsh R, Martínez-Zalacaín I, Mataix-Cols D, Menchón JM, Minuzzi L, Morgado P, Moreira P, Nakamae T, Nakao T, Narayanaswamy JC, Nurmi EL, O'Neill J, Piacentini J, Piras F, Piras F, Reddy YCJ, Sato JR, Simpson HB, Soreni N, Soriano-Mas C, Spalletta G, Stevens MC, Szeszko PR, Tolin DF, Venkatasubramanian G, Walitza S, Wang Z, van Wingen GA, Xu J, Xu X, Zhao Q; ENIGMA-OCD working group, Thompson PM, Stein DJ, van den Heuvel OA, Kwon JS. Yun JY, et al. Brain. 2020 Feb 1;143(2):684-700. doi: 10.1093/brain/awaa001. Brain. 2020. PMID: 32040561 Free PMC article.
Brain structural covariance networks reflect covariation in morphology of different brain areas and are thought to reflect common trajectories in brain development and maturation. ...In summary, the findings of this study, the largest brain structural
Brain structural covariance networks reflect covariation in morphology of different brain areas and are thought to reflect com
Decreased microglial Wnt/beta-catenin signalling drives microglial pro-inflammatory activation in the developing brain.
Van Steenwinckel J, Schang AL, Krishnan ML, Degos V, Delahaye-Duriez A, Bokobza C, Csaba Z, Verdonk F, Montané A, Sigaut S, Hennebert O, Lebon S, Schwendimann L, Le Charpentier T, Hassan-Abdi R, Ball G, Aljabar P, Saxena A, Holloway RK, Birchmeier W, Baud O, Rowitch D, Miron V, Chretien F, Leconte C, Besson VC, Petretto EG, Edwards AD, Hagberg H, Soussi-Yanicostas N, Fleiss B, Gressens P. Van Steenwinckel J, et al. Brain. 2019 Dec 1;142(12):3806-3833. doi: 10.1093/brain/awz319. Brain. 2019. PMID: 31665242 Free PMC article.
Microglia of the developing brain have unique functional properties but how their activation states are regulated is poorly understood. Inflammatory activation of microglia in the still-developing brain of preterm-born infants is associated with permanent neurologic …
Microglia of the developing brain have unique functional properties but how their activation states are regulated is poorly understoo …
Bidirectional gut-to-brain and brain-to-gut propagation of synucleinopathy in non-human primates.
Arotcarena ML, Dovero S, Prigent A, Bourdenx M, Camus S, Porras G, Thiolat ML, Tasselli M, Aubert P, Kruse N, Mollenhauer B, Trigo Damas I, Estrada C, Garcia-Carrillo N, Vaikath NN, El-Agnaf OMA, Herrero MT, Vila M, Obeso JA, Derkinderen P, Dehay B, Bezard E. Arotcarena ML, et al. Brain. 2020 May 1;143(5):1462-1475. doi: 10.1093/brain/awaa096. Brain. 2020. PMID: 32380543
Taken together, our study provides invaluable primate data exploring the role of the gut-brain axis in the initiation and propagation of Parkinson's disease pathology and should open the door to the development and testing of new therapeutic approaches aimed at interfering …
Taken together, our study provides invaluable primate data exploring the role of the gut-brain axis in the initiation and propagation …
Slow blood-to-brain transport underlies enduring barrier dysfunction in American football players.
Veksler R, Vazana U, Serlin Y, Prager O, Ofer J, Shemen N, Fisher AM, Minaeva O, Hua N, Saar-Ashkenazy R, Benou I, Riklin-Raviv T, Parker E, Mumby G, Kamintsky L, Beyea S, Bowen CV, Shelef I, O'Keeffe E, Campbell M, Kaufer D, Goldstein LE, Friedman A. Veksler R, et al. Brain. 2020 Jun 1;143(6):1826-1842. doi: 10.1093/brain/awaa140. Brain. 2020. PMID: 32464655 Free PMC article.
While the mechanisms underlying repetitive mild traumatic brain injury-induced neurodegeneration are unknown and antemortem diagnostic tests are not available, neuropathology studies suggest a pathogenic role for microvascular injury, specifically blood-brain barrie …
While the mechanisms underlying repetitive mild traumatic brain injury-induced neurodegeneration are unknown and antemortem diagnosti …
Mapping migraine to a common brain network.
Burke MJ, Joutsa J, Cohen AL, Soussand L, Cooke D, Burstein R, Fox MD. Burke MJ, et al. Brain. 2020 Feb 1;143(2):541-553. doi: 10.1093/brain/awz405. Brain. 2020. PMID: 31919494 Free PMC article.
Inconsistent findings from migraine neuroimaging studies have limited attempts to localize migraine symptomatology. Novel brain network mapping techniques offer a new approach for linking neuroimaging findings to a common neuroanatomical substrate and localizing therapeuti …
Inconsistent findings from migraine neuroimaging studies have limited attempts to localize migraine symptomatology. Novel brain netwo …
Looking beyond the face area: lesion network mapping of prosopagnosia.
Cohen AL, Soussand L, Corrow SL, Martinaud O, Barton JJS, Fox MD. Cohen AL, et al. Brain. 2019 Dec 1;142(12):3975-3990. doi: 10.1093/brain/awz332. Brain. 2019. PMID: 31740940 Free PMC article. Review.
Damage to the right fusiform face area can disrupt the ability to recognize faces, a classic example of how damage to a specialized brain region can disrupt a specialized brain function. However, similar symptoms can arise from damage to other brain regions, …
Damage to the right fusiform face area can disrupt the ability to recognize faces, a classic example of how damage to a specialized brain
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