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Cilia make connections
Cilia make connections
Axo-ciliary synapses that enable rapid signalling to the nucleus are identified in the mouse hippocampus.
The neural bases for timing of durations
The neural bases for timing of durations
Durations are defined by a beginning and an end, and a major distinction is drawn between durations that start in the pres...
A frequency location to remember
A frequency location to remember
Neuromodulation with specific frequencies at specific brain locations selectively enhances either working memory or long-t...
Untangling neurodegeneration
Untangling neurodegeneration
Combining high-throughput fluorescence-activated cell sorting and single-cell RNA sequencing, neurons with and without neu...
Striatal shaping of hypothalamic control
Striatal shaping of hypothalamic control
A study in male mice finds that neurons in the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis shape hypothalamic neural representatio...
Neuronal neighbours tune microglial identity
Neuronal neighbours tune microglial identity
Subtypes of pyramidal neurons influence the transcriptomic states of nearby microglia in the mouse somatosensory cortex.
Olfactory coding in mosquitoes
Olfactory coding in mosquitoes
A new study shows that many olfactory sensory neurons in Aedes aegypti mosquitoes express more than one type of chemosenso...
CaMKII: a central molecular organizer of synaptic plasticity, learning and memory
CaMKII: a central molecular organizer of synaptic plasticity, learning and memory
Calcium–calmodulin (CaM)-dependent protein kinase II (CaMKII) is the most abundant protein in excitatory synapses an...
Reply to ‘Towards a cross-cultural framework for predictive coding of music’
Vuust, P., Heggli, O. A., Friston, K. J. & Kringelbach, M. L. Music in the brain. Nat. Rev. Neurosci. 23, 287–305 (202...
Towards a cross-cultural framework for predictive coding of music
Vuust, P., Heggli, O. A., Friston, K. J. & Kringelbach, M. L. Music in the brain. Nat. Rev. Neurosci. 23, 287–305 (202...
Replay, the default mode network and the cascaded memory systems model
Replay, the default mode network and the cascaded memory systems model
The spontaneous replay of patterns of activity related to past experiences and memories is a striking feature of brain act...
A universal network
A universal network
Core features of the language network in the brain are consistent across languages and language families.
Ontogenetic rules for the molecular diversification of hypothalamic neurons
Ontogenetic rules for the molecular diversification of hypothalamic neurons
The hypothalamus is an evolutionarily conserved endocrine interface that, among other roles, links central homeostatic con...
Tracking ingestion
Tracking ingestion
A study in mice finds that different dopamine neuron subsystems in the midbrain track food and fluid ingestion at differen...
Dynamin prime
Dynamin prime
Dynamin mediates vesicle scission during endocytosis, and here is shown to exist with syndapin 1 in biomolecular condensat...
The neural basis of sugar preference
The neural basis of sugar preference
When it comes to food, one tempting substance is sugar. Although sweetness is detected by the tongue, the desire to consum...
Sleeping away the stress
Sleeping away the stress
A subpopulation of GABAergic neurons in the mouse VTA drives restorative sleep in response to social defeat stress.
Dynamic influences on the neural encoding of social valence
Dynamic influences on the neural encoding of social valence
Social signals can serve as potent emotional triggers with powerful impacts on processes from cognition to valence process...
TRP channels: a journey towards a molecular understanding of pain
TRP channels: a journey towards a molecular understanding of pain
The perception of nociceptive signals, which are translated into pain, plays a fundamental role in the survival of organis...
Processing α-synuclein interactions
Processing α-synuclein interactions
A new study shows that α-synuclein can interact with protein components of membraneless organelles involved in mRNA m...
Linking human behaviour to brain structure: further challenges and possible solutions
Linking human behaviour to brain structure: further challenges and possible solutions
The authors received funding from the Wellcome Trust (209192/Z/17/Z to C.S.), H2020 MSCA COFUND (663830-CU119 to C.S.), th...
Growth mechanics
Growth mechanics
Dendritic arbors are shaped by adhesion-molecule interactions between developing dendrites and the extracellular environme...
Disconnect to quit
Disconnect to quit
Brain lesions in individuals who subsequently show remission of smoking addiction share a common connectivity profile.
Freezing revisited: coordinated autonomic and central optimization of threat coping
Freezing revisited: coordinated autonomic and central optimization of threat coping
Animals have sophisticated mechanisms for coping with danger. Freezing is a unique state that, upon threat detection, allo...
Why public engagement is important for neuroscientists
What’s the point of public engagement? Why can’t we just be neuroscience researchers? In this Comment I will a...
Coordinating sickness behaviour
Coordinating sickness behaviour
A population of fever-generating neurons in the hypothalamus coordinates diverse sickness behaviours in mice.
The structures and functions of correlations in neural population codes
The structures and functions of correlations in neural population codes
The collective activity of a population of neurons, beyond the properties of individual cells, is crucial for many brain f...
Restoring the aged brain with CSF
Restoring the aged brain with CSF
In mice, infusions of young cerebrospinal fluid into the brains of aged animals promote oligodendrogenesis and improve mem...
Null models in network neuroscience
Null models in network neuroscience
Recent advances in imaging and tracing technology provide increasingly detailed reconstructions of brain connectomes. Conc...
The role of inhibitory circuits in hippocampal memory processing
The role of inhibitory circuits in hippocampal memory processing
GABAergic inhibitory circuits play an essential role in coordinating various hippocampal functions. Several decades of wor...