Posts Tagged: neuroscience

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Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s – conquering the complexities of neuroscience

In recent years, research into the nervous system has advanced greatly, thanks to progress in areas like molecular biology, electrophysiology, biochemistry, high-resolution microscopy, computational neuroscience and nanotechnology. We can even understand some complex processes occurring in within a neuron. So nowadays, scientists can study several aspects of the nervous system including how it works, its… Read article →




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See the brain through a single cell

In our new monthly series, “Single Cell Insights,” we explore how single cell genomic and transcriptomic analysis can enable us to make new strides in different research fields. This month, we will delve into the field of brain and neurology research. In brain and nervous system research, understanding cell function and signaling pathways relies on… Read article →


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Multiple sclerosis: hunting for new RNA markers in blood

Multiple sclerosis (MS), a rare and chronic central nervous system disorder resulting from autoimmunity, occasionally steps into the public eye when it strikes a well-known person (such as in 1999, when talk show host Montel Williams revealed his diagnosis). In neuroscience and immunology laboratories, however, the disease is always a major topic of investigation. Researchers… Read article →