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Year Number of Results
1938 1
1944 4
1945 313
1946 1208
1947 1300
1948 1384
1949 1716
1950 2243
1951 2627
1952 2960
1953 3476
1954 3655
1955 3720
1956 3669
1957 3598
1958 3392
1959 3609
1960 3730
1961 4372
1962 4195
1963 5152
1964 6357
1965 5150
1966 4730
1967 5477
1968 5920
1969 6108
1970 6298
1971 6785
1972 7484
1973 7673
1974 8068
1975 8322
1976 8287
1977 8857
1978 9476
1979 9735
1980 10127
1981 10507
1982 10826
1983 11349
1984 11722
1985 12215
1986 13140
1987 13634
1988 14373
1989 14772
1990 15604
1991 15291
1992 15743
1993 16704
1994 17022
1995 16886
1996 17709
1997 17900
1998 18281
1999 18643
2000 19665
2001 19486
2002 19581
2003 20521
2004 21840
2005 24100
2006 25923
2007 26473
2008 27454
2009 28422
2010 29643
2011 31443
2012 32827
2013 34778
2014 35684
2015 36275
2016 34170
2017 33895
2018 31355
2019 12054
2020 149
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Glia as architects of central nervous system formation and function.
Allen NJ and Lyons DA. Science 2018 - Review. PMID 30309945 Free PMC article.
Glia constitute roughly half of the cells of the central nervous system (CNS) but were long-considered to be static bystanders to its formation and function. Here we provide an overview of how the diverse and dynamic functions of glial cells orchestrate essentially all aspects of nervous system formation and function. ...
Glia constitute roughly half of the cells of the central nervous system (CNS) but were long-considered to be static bys …
Central Nervous System Responses to Simulated Galactic Cosmic Rays.
Cekanaviciute E, et al. Int J Mol Sci 2018 - Review. PMID 30463349 Free PMC article.
It remains unclear how these stressors individually or in combination impact the central nervous system (CNS), presenting potential obstacles for astronauts engaged in deep space travel. ...
It remains unclear how these stressors individually or in combination impact the central nervous system (CNS), presenti …
Central Nervous System Multiparameter Optimization Desirability: Application in Drug Discovery.
Wager TT, et al. ACS Chem Neurosci 2016. PMID 26991242
Significant progress has been made in prospectively designing molecules using the central nervous system multiparameter optimization (CNS MPO) desirability tool, as evidenced by the analysis reported herein of a second wave of drug candidates that originated after the development and implementation of this tool. ...
Significant progress has been made in prospectively designing molecules using the central nervous system multiparameter …
Basics of neuroanatomy and neurophysiology
Barha CK, et al. Handb Clin Neurol 2016 - Review. PMID 27637952
This chapter presents an overview of the anatomy and functioning of the central nervous system. We begin the discussion by first examining the cellular basis of neural transmission. ...Where appropriate, we have supplied information pertaining to pathologic and functional outcomes of damage to the central nervous system. ...
This chapter presents an overview of the anatomy and functioning of the central nervous system. We begin the discussion …
Role of Wnt Signaling in Central Nervous System Injury.
Lambert C, et al. Mol Neurobiol 2016 - Review. PMID 25976365
The central nervous system (CNS) is highly sensitive to external mechanical damage, presenting a limited capacity for regeneration explained in part by its inability to restore either damaged neurons or the synaptic network. ...
The central nervous system (CNS) is highly sensitive to external mechanical damage, presenting a limited capacity for r …
Electronic Dura Mater Meddling in the Central Nervous System.
Bloch J, et al. JAMA Neurol 2017 - Review. PMID 28241158
IMPORTANCE: A growing number of neurologic treatments rely on neural implants capable of delivering electrical and chemical stimulation to targeted regions of the central nervous system for extended periods. ...
IMPORTANCE: A growing number of neurologic treatments rely on neural implants capable of delivering electrical and chemical stimulation to t …
Definition and Consensus Diagnostic Criteria for Neurosarcoidosis: From the Neurosarcoidosis Consortium Consensus Group
Stern BJ, et al. JAMA Neurol 2018. PMID 30167654
The proposed consensus diagnostic criteria, which reflect current knowledge, provide definitions for possible, probable, and definite central and peripheral nervous system sarcoidosis. ...
The proposed consensus diagnostic criteria, which reflect current knowledge, provide definitions for possible, probable, and definite cen
Innate antiviral signalling in the central nervous system.
Carty M, et al. Trends Immunol 2014 - Review. PMID 24316012
The innate immune system mediates protection against neurotropic viruses capable of infecting the central nervous system (CNS). ...
The innate immune system mediates protection against neurotropic viruses capable of infecting the central nervous sy
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