Neuroscience Research

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By SfN Staff
July 21, 2022

The authors show that voltage-gated sodium channels in vomeronasal sensory neurons undergo slow inactivation and this can contribute to the spike adaption caused by repeated stimuli.

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By SfN Staff
July 7, 2022

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By SfN Staff
June 2, 2022

This image shows the developing central nervous system in a Drosophila embryo.

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By SfN Staff
May 26, 2022

The authors show that people use two distinct strategies when choosing between multiple options with an uncertain outcome.

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By SfN Staff
May 12, 2022

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a 10 µm thickness section, stained for myelin basic protein (MBP) (green) which demonstrates the severity of demyelination that has occurred in this animal.
By SfN Staff
May 5, 2022

This image shows the demyelinating optic nerve of a mouse model with impaired visual function.

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By SfN Staff
April 7, 2022

The authors target an important question in the field of neurobiology of obesity and their results suggest a dimorphic response to female animals.

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By SfN Staff
March 31, 2022

How can we define responsible science in the present state of society? Christophe Bernard examines this question in his latest editorial. Share your thoughts in this discussion post.

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By SfN Staff
March 3, 2022

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By SfN Staff
January 13, 2022

Part of the juvenile cerebellar cortex of a mouse at postnatal day 21.