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Dec 4, 2015------News ArchiveLatest research covered daily, archived weekly

Working memory is more complex than we thought
Rhythmic interaction of brain waves in the hippocampus are key to our memories. Two brain states must vibrate rhythmically in order for information to be retained.

Dec 3, 2015------News ArchiveLatest research covered daily, archived weekly

The silence of the genes
Within each of our cells, we have two copies of each gene we inherited, one from our mother and one from our father. If one of those two genes is 'turned off', or silenced, it can affect health.

Dec 2, 2015------News ArchiveLatest research covered daily, archived weekly

Cells 'reach out' to build trachea
Mipp1 protein helps cells sprout 'fingers' for gripping nearby cells and pulling them into making a new tissue structure. Do some of our cells do the same?

Dec 1, 2015
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How cells in the developing ear 'practice' hearing
Before the fluid of the middle ear drains and sound waves penetrate those cells for the first time, inner ear cells of newborn rodents practice for their big debut.


Nov 30, 2015
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Correcting gene error in mice restores brain function
Gene duplications are a common cause of intellectual disabilities. Correcting gene duplication by targeting excess duplicated genes in critical brain regions, may have potential for treatment of intellectual disorders.




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