Neuroscience Research

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By SfN Staff
May 23, 2024

Removing inhibition in the hippocampus increases epileptic seizures, but not as severely or as long-lasting as neuroscientists may predict.

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By SfN Staff
May 16, 2024

See the most-shared articles published in March and April 2024.

By SfN Staff
May 9, 2024

Reconstructed 3-dimensional whole brain distribution of orexin receptor expression visualized using the branched hybridization chain reaction method.

By SfN Staff
May 9, 2024

Felix Schneider discusses his open source tools and methods paper about neuron replating in an episode of the webinar series SfN Journals: In Conversation. Here is a teaser for the episode available to watch on-demand.

By SfN Staff
May 2, 2024

Looking back at ten years of eNeuro papers, this post features two papers published in 2016.

By SfN Staff
May 2, 2024

Dr. Naoki Shigematsu talks about how his research interests led him to Dr. Takaichi Fukuda’s lab where he investigated the under-explored anterolateral barrel subfield and discusses the findings of his paper.

By SfN Staff
April 25, 2024

Two images of tree shrew retina captured with in vivo optical coherence tomography and ex vivo confocal imaging reveal densely packed, vertically elongated, and stratified axon bundles that are more like axon bundles in humans than in mice.

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By SfN Staff
April 18, 2024

New genetic mouse model sheds light on the relationship between genetic predisposition and environmental triggers for OCD-like behaviors and paves the way for novel treatment strategies.

By SfN Staff
April 4, 2024

Looking back at ten years of eNeuro papers, this post features two papers published in 2015.

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By SfN Staff
March 28, 2024

Prelimbic and infralimbic cortices balance their activity to regulate safety learning during a novel behavioral task that uses ethologically-relevant stimuli.