Neuroscience

Signal Transducer and Activator of Transcription STAT6: More than a Player in Allergic Inflammation

The Gut-Brain Axis Effects in Autism Spectrum Disorders

Learn about different signaling pathways associated with autism spectrum disorder, a neurodevelopmental condition that affects how people learn, communicate and interact with others.

By Michalina Hanzel, PhD

Inhibiting incretin GIP hormone activity in mouse and monkey models to combat obesity

The release of insulin from pancreas beta-cells is controlled by glucose levels, Vagus nerve input, and GLP-1 from the intestines.

By Jamshed Arslan, Pharm. D., PhD.

Insulin signaling in brain’s subfornical organ is crucial for regulating cardiometabolic profile

Gut-brain axis: microbiota influence behavior and mental well-being

Astrocytes: Diversity in type and function

In the CNS astrocytes have different functions including modulation of synaptic activity and synaptogenesis, communication with other astrocytes, oligodendrocytes and microglia, as well as modulation of the blood brain barrier.

By Michalina Hanzel, PhD

Increased wild type FUS levels in ALS patients lead to a toxic microenvironment and motor neuron neurodegeneration

Neurovascular signaling for repair enhances brain metastasis

Role of GFAP in astrocytes: Lessons from induced pluripotent stem cells in Alexander disease patients

Antibody treatment can generate microglia-like cells from bone marrow

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