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Evolution: A life LINE for large viruses | eLife
Viruses with double-stranded DNA genomes have been stealing genes from their hosts for billions of years. In fact, these acquisitions represent the major force in viral evolution, with some anci... [Read More]
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Insights and Tracking of Pollution Awareness Using Google Trends | Journal of Health and Pollution
Background. Although pollution is the largest environmental cause of disease and premature death in the world today, it does n... [Read More]
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Rats Demand Social Contact
There is some evidence that rats benefit from social housing and from some forms of environmental enrichment, such as platforms and shelters. It is less clear whether they benefit from more spac... [Read More]
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Predicting the loss of responsiveness when falling asleep in humans
Falling asleep is a dynamical process that is poorly defined. The period preceding sleep, characterized by the progressive alteration of behavioral responses to the environment, which may last s... [Read More]
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The role of dopamine oxidation in mitochondrial dysfunction: implications for Parkinson’s disease | SpringerLink
The etiology of sporadic Parkinson’s disease (PD) is unknown, although mitochondrial dysfunction and oxidative stress have been implicated in the mechanisms associated with PD pathogenesis. Dopa... [Read More]
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A longitudinal human phantom reliability study of multi-center T1-weighted, DTI, and resting state fMRI data
Multi-center MRI studies can enhance power, generalizability, and discovery for clinical neuroimaging research in brain disorders. Here, we sought to establish the utility of a clustering algori... [Read More]
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EEG predicts the attention level of elderly measured by RBANS Emerald Insight
AbstractPurposeThis study aims to investigate the correlation between neural indexes of attention and behavioral indexes of attention and detect the most informative period of brain activity in which ... [Read More]
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Longitudinal Changes in Sleep, Biological Rhythms, and Light Exposure From Late Pregnancy to Postpartum and Their Impact on Peripartum Mood and Anxiety | Psychiatrist.com
The impact of biological rhythms on mood or anxiety during the peripartum period is largely unknown. This study examined changes in sleep and biological rhythms, melatonin levels, and light exposure f... [Read More]
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ponent mixtures tInteractions between Ginkgo biloba L. and Scutellaria baicalensis Georgi in multicomowards cholinesterase inhibition and ROS scavenging
Highlights•First evaluation on synergism/antagonism of G. biloba and S. baicalensis mixtures.•Mostly, mixtures were antagonist for cholinesterase inhibition and H2O2 scavenging.•A food supplement with... [Read More]
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How similar is similar enough? A sufficient similarity case study with Ginkgo biloba extract
How similar is similar enough? A sufficient similarity case study with Ginkgo biloba extractAuthor links open overlay panelNatasha R.Catlina1Bradley J.CollinsaScott S.AuerbachaStephen S.FergusonaJames... [Read More]
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Relationship between Dopamine and Serotonin on the Effect of Ginkgo biloba Extract in the Treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder in Rodents
Relationship between Dopamine and Serotonin on the Effect of Ginkgo biloba Extract in the Treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder in Rodents, J. Chimakurthy*, T. E. G. K. Murthy [Read More]
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What the success of brain imaging implies about the neural code | eLife
The success of fMRI places constraints on the nature of the neural code. The fact that researchers can infer similarities between neural representations, despite fMRI’s limitations, implies that... [Read More]
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The influence of age on the association between cholesterol and cognitive function
The influence of age on the association between cholesterol and cognitive function... [Read More]
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Glucose regulation, cognition, and brain MRI in type 2 diabetes: a systematic review
Type 2 diabetes is associated with cognitive dysfunction and structural brain changes. Abnormalities in glucose regulation are involved in several complications related to type 2 diabetes, b... [Read More]