venerdì 13 giugno 2014

Science 13 June 2014: Neuroscience

This Week in Science Neuroscience Research.
Science 13 June 2014Vol. 344 no. 6189.


Random Sample Science 13 June 2014: 1208-1210.
The estimated costs for the White House's BRAIN project to map the human brain have skyrocketed. And a new exhibit of mummies at the British Museum in London uses CT scans to delve into the lives of eight mummified individuals—without unwrapping a single bandage.

Asynchronous therapy restores motor control by rewiring of the rat corticospinal tract after stroke
A. S. Wahl, W. Omlor, J. C. Rubio, J. L. Chen, H. Zheng, A. Schröter, M. Gullo, O. Weinmann, K. Kobayashi, F. Helmchen,B. Ommer, and M. E. Schwab.
Science 13 June 2014: 1250-1255.

A rat model of stroke shows that the rebuilding of spinal circuits in response to training is time-sensitive.

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