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Probing the reaching–grasping network in humans through multivoxel pattern decoding

Probing the reaching–grasping network in humans through multivoxel pattern decoding

Introduction: The quest for a putative human homolog of the reaching–grasping network identified in monkeys has been the focus of many neuropsychological and neuroimaging...

Full article   Brain and Behavior Issue: 5/2015

Specialization: Neurology
Depletion of neural stem cells from the subventricular zone of adult mouse brain using cytosine b-Arabinofuranoside

Depletion of neural stem cells from the subventricular zone of adult mouse brain using cytosine b-Arabinofuranoside

Introduction: Neural stem cells (NSCs) reside along the ventricular axis of the mammalian brain. They divide infrequently to maintain themselves and the down-stream progenitors...

Full article   Brain and Behavior Issue: 5/2015

Specialization: Neurology
Brain white matter integrity in heroin addicts during methadone maintenance treatment is related to relapse propensity

Brain white matter integrity in heroin addicts during methadone maintenance treatment is related to relapse propensity

Introduction: Cognitive deficits caused by heroin-induced white matter (WM) impairments hinder addicts' engagement in and benefit from treatment. The predictive value of WM...

Full article   Brain and Behavior Issue: 2/2016

Specialization: Neurology
Quantifying brain volumes for Multiple Sclerosis patients follow-up in clinical practice – comparison of 1.5 and 3 Tesla magnetic resonance imaging

Quantifying brain volumes for Multiple Sclerosis patients follow-up in clinical practice – comparison of 1.5 and 3 Tesla magnetic resonance imaging

Introduction: There is emerging evidence that brain atrophy is a part of the pathophysiology of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and correlates with several clinical outcomes of the...

Full article   Brain and Behavior Issue: 2/2016

Specialization: Neurology