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Comments Off on Vacation Notice 2021: July 5-9 and Aug 30-Sept 6

We will be closed for vacation July 5 - July 9 and August 30 - September 6.→ Read more

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Comments Off on Neural correlates of mating system diversity: oxytocin and vasopressin receptor distributions in monogamous and non-monogamous Eulemur

Contemporary theory that emphasizes the roles of oxytocin and vasopressin in mammalian sociality has been shaped by seminal vole research that revealed interspecific variation in neuroendocrine circuitry by mating system.→ Read more

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Comments Off on Fluorescence-guided resection of tumors in mouse models of oral cancer

Complete removal and negative margins are the goal of any surgical resection of primary oral cavity carcinoma.→ Read more

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Comments Off on Of Mice and Monkeys: Neuroprotective Efficacy of the p38 Inhibitor BIRB 796 Depends on Model Duration in Experimental Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a group of optic neuropathies associated with aging and sensitivity to intraocular pressure (IOP). Early progression involves retinal ganglion cell (RGC) axon dysfunction that precedes frank degeneration.→ Read more

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Comments Off on 3-D-Printed Registration Phantom for Combined Ultrasound and Optical Imaging of Biological Tissues

Efforts to develop quantitative ultrasound biomarkers would benefit from comparisons between ultrasound data and higher-resolution images of the tissue microstructure, such as from optical microscopy.→ Read more

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Comments Off on Striated myocyte structural integrity: Automated analysis of sarcomeric z-discs

As sarcomeres produce the force necessary for contraction, assessment of sarcomere order is paramount in evaluation of cardiac and skeletal myocytes. The uniaxial force produced by sarcomeres is ideally perpendicular to their z-lines, which couple parallel myofibrils and give cardiac and skeletal myocytes their distinct striated appearance.→ Read more

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Comments Off on Regional elevations in microglial activation and cerebral glucose utilization in frontal white matter tracts of rhesus monkeys following prolonged cocaine self-administration

It has been shown that exposure to cocaine can result in neuroinflammatory responses. Microglia, the resident CNS immune cells, undergo a transition to an activated state when challenged. In rodents, and possibly humans, cocaine exposure activates microglia.→ Read more

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Comments Off on The Value of In Vitro Binding as Predictor of In Vivo Results: A Case for [18F]FDDNP PET

Caution is warranted when in vitro results of biomarkers labeled with tritium were perfunctorily used to criticize in vivo data and conclusions derived with the same tracers labeled with positron emitters and positron emission tomography (PET).→ Read more

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Comments Off on The neural response properties and cortical organization of a rapidly adapting muscle sensory group response that overlaps with the frequencies that elicit the kinesthetic illusion.

Kinesthesia is the sense of limb movement. It is fundamental to efficient motor control, yet its neurophysiological components remain poorly understood.→ Read more

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Comments Off on Increasing acetyl-CoA metabolism attenuates injury and alters spinal cord lipid content in mice subjected to experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis

Acetate supplementation increases brain acetyl-CoA metabolism, alters histone and non-histone protein acetylation, increases brain energy reserves, and is anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective in rat models of neuroinflammation and neuroborreliosis.→ Read more