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Human neuron transplants treat spinal cord injury in mice.

Recent mouse studies have demonstrated that transplants of neurons may be effective treatments for neuropathic pain, epilepsy, and even Parkinson’s disease. The new study – published Sept. 22, 2016, in Cell Stem Cell – is the first to successfully transplant human neurons as a treatment for symptoms of spinal cord injury.

/…/ While untreated mice with spinal cord injuries developed hypersensitivity to touch and painful stimuli as well as abnormal scratching and grooming, mice with new human inhibitory neurons showed significantly fewer of all these signs of neuropathic pain by three to six months after transplantation.

read the full article.. medicalxpress.com/news/2016-09-human-neuron-transplants-spinal-cord.html


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Youthful DNA in old age.

The DNA of young people is regulated to express the right genes at the right time. With the passing of years, the regulation of the DNA gradually gets disrupted, which is an important cause of aging. A study of over 3,000 people shows that this is not true for everyone: there are people whose DNA appears youthful despite their advanced years. These are the findings of 34 researchers from six collaborating institutes led by Dr Bas Heijmans from the Leiden University Medical Center (the Netherlands), reported in Genome Biology.

read the article.. www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/09/160922085359.htm


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Oxytocin may intensify spiritual beliefs.

Lead author Patty Van Cappellen, associate director of the Interdisciplinary and Behavioral Research Center at Duke University in Durham, NC, and colleagues found that men given oxytocin nasal spray reported a greater sense of spirituality than those who did not receive the hormone. Additionally, men who received oxytocin reported experiencing more positive emotions during meditation. Van Cappellen and team recently published their findings in the journal Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.

read the article.. www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/313055.php


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how does our brain decide whether a situation is pleasant or not?

Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences in Leipzig and the University of Haifa, Israel, have identified neural mechanisms that help us understand whether a difficult and complex social situation is emotionally positive or negative. “When someone offends you while smiling, should your brain interpret it as a smile or an offense? The mechanism we found includes two areas in the brain that act almost as ‘remote controls’ that together determine what value to attribute to a situation, and accordingly which other brain areas should be on and which should be off,” explains Dr. Hadas Okon-Singer of the University of Haifa, one of the leaders of the study.

read the full article.. www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/09/160922093406.htm


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Stimulating neurons could protect against brain damage.

A breakthrough in understanding how brain damage spreads — and how it could potentially be limited — has been made through a collaboration between neuroscientists and engineers at the Universities of Dundee and Strathclyde.

They have uncovered a previously unknown mechanism in the brain that allows networks of neurons to protect against the kind of spreading secondary damage seen in cases of strokes and traumatic brain injuries.

read the article.. www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/09/160921084545.htm


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