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1946 1977
1947 2140
1948 2104
1949 2497
1950 3547
1951 4084
1952 4464
1953 5132
1954 5263
1955 5323
1956 5254
1957 5214
1958 4855
1959 5018
1960 5190
1961 6230
1962 6101
1963 7744
1964 9743
1965 7915
1966 7414
1967 8410
1968 9106
1969 9508
1970 9669
1971 10331
1972 11218
1973 11611
1974 12157
1975 12446
1976 12558
1977 13370
1978 14049
1979 14539
1980 14953
1981 15397
1982 15967
1983 16606
1984 17035
1985 17839
1986 19131
1987 19997
1988 21318
1989 21967
1990 23001
1991 22768
1992 23194
1993 24661
1994 25022
1995 25225
1996 26144
1997 26294
1998 27363
1999 27536
2000 29159
2001 28696
2002 28839
2003 30387
2004 32018
2005 35008
2006 37618
2007 38864
2008 40116
2009 41359
2010 43053
2011 45596
2012 47262
2013 49511
2014 49887
2015 50515
2016 48040
2017 47697
2018 44388
2019 16934
2020 186
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Evolution of the Human Nervous System Function, Structure, and Development.
Sousa AMM, et al. Cell 2017 - Review. PMID 28708995 Free PMC article.
The nervous system-in particular, the brain and its cognitive abilities-is among humans' most distinctive and impressive attributes. How the nervous system has changed in the human lineage and how it differs from that of closely related primates is not well understood. ...
The nervous system-in particular, the brain and its cognitive abilities-is among humans' most distinctive and impressive attri …
Microglia: Architects of the Developing Nervous System.
Frost JL and Schafer DP. Trends Cell Biol 2016 - Review. PMID 27004698 Free PMC article.
Microglia are resident macrophages of the central nervous system (CNS), representing 5-10% of total CNS cells. Recent findings reveal that microglia enter the embryonic brain, take up residence before the differentiation of other CNS cell types, and become critical regulators of CNS development. ...
Microglia are resident macrophages of the central nervous system (CNS), representing 5-10% of total CNS cells. Recent findings …
The glia of the adult Drosophila nervous system.
Kremer MC, et al. Glia 2017. PMID 28133822 Free PMC article.
Glia play crucial roles in the development and homeostasis of the nervous system. While the GLIA in the Drosophila embryo have been well characterized, their study in the adult nervous system has been limited. ...We find that glia make up ∼10% of the cells in the nervous system and envelop all compartments of neurons (soma, dendrites, axons) as well as the nervous system as a whole. ...
Glia play crucial roles in the development and homeostasis of the nervous system. While the GLIA in the Drosophila embryo have …
Innate Immunity Cells and the Neurovascular Unit
Presta I, et al. Int J Mol Sci 2018 - Review. PMID 30513991 Free PMC article.
The latter, in turn, is able to influence not only the entry of the cells of the immune system into the nervous tissue, but also their own activation. Interestingly, these two components and their interactions play a role of great importance not only in infectious diseases, but in almost all the pathologies of the central nervous system. ...
The latter, in turn, is able to influence not only the entry of the cells of the immune system into the nervous tissue, but al …
Lipids in the nervous system: from biochemistry and molecular biology to patho-physiology.
Cermenati G, et al. Biochim Biophys Acta 2015 - Review. PMID 25150974
Lipids in the nervous system accomplish a great number of key functions, from synaptogenesis to impulse conduction, and more. ...In more recent years, the growing advances in large-scale technologies and genetically modified animal models have provided valuable insights into the role of lipids in the nervous system. ...
Lipids in the nervous system accomplish a great number of key functions, from synaptogenesis to impulse conduction, and more. …
Cell-cell fusion in the nervous system: Alternative mechanisms of development, injury, and repair.
Giordano-Santini R, et al. Semin Cell Dev Biol 2016 - Review. PMID 27375226 Free article.
This view overturned the idea that the nervous system was a reticulum of fibers, a rete diffusa nervosa, as proposed and defined by Camillo Golgi. ...This concept adds a substantial layer to our view of the nervous system and how it functions. Here, we bring together past and more recent discoveries on multiple aspects of neuronal fusion, discussing how this cellular event is generated, and what consequences it has for our understanding of nervous system development, disease, injury, and repair....
This view overturned the idea that the nervous system was a reticulum of fibers, a rete diffusa nervosa, as proposed and defin …
Mechanisms of Long Non-coding RNAs in Mammalian Nervous System Development, Plasticity, Disease, and Evolution.
Briggs JA, et al. Neuron 2015 - Review. PMID 26637795 Free article.
Here we canvass a growing number of mechanistic studies that have elucidated central roles for lncRNAs in the regulation of nervous system development and function. ...
Here we canvass a growing number of mechanistic studies that have elucidated central roles for lncRNAs in the regulation of nervous
A Pipeline for Volume Electron Microscopy of the Caenorhabditis elegans Nervous System.
Mulcahy B, et al. Front Neural Circuits 2018. PMID 30524248 Free PMC article.
The "connectome," a comprehensive wiring diagram of synaptic connectivity, is achieved through volume electron microscopy (vEM) analysis of an entire nervous system and all associated non-neuronal tissues. ...Here we describe our current vEM pipeline and projected improvements for the study of the C. elegans nervous system and beyond....
The "connectome," a comprehensive wiring diagram of synaptic connectivity, is achieved through volume electron microscopy (vEM) analysis of …
Imaging nervous system activity.
Fields RD and O'Donovan MJ. Curr Protoc Neurosci 2001 - Review. PMID 18428458
This unit describes protocols for the use of calcium-sensitive dyes and voltage-dependent dyes for studies of neuronal activity in culture, tissue slices, and en-bloc preparations of the central nervous system....
This unit describes protocols for the use of calcium-sensitive dyes and voltage-dependent dyes for studies of neuronal activity in culture, …
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