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|Vol. 26, No. 1||Hard to Swallow: Oral bacteria as a biomarker of dysphagia in Parkinson’s disease; Gut matters – in context of
Alzheimer’s diseases and other neurodegenerative diseases
|Vol. 25, No. 2||BreEStim: An Innovative Neuromodulation Technique for Management of Neuropathic Pain; The Role of Mitochondrial Dysfunction in the Neurobiological Basis of Bipolar Disorder; Supplemental Material|
|Vol. 25, No. 1||The Gut’s Microbiome –A Frontier for the Discovery of New Stroke Therapies; Mesenchymal Stem Cell Therapy for Parkinson’s Disease|
|Vol. 24, No. 2||Molecular Basis of Alzheimer’s Disease: New Research Perspectives; New Approaches to Treating Alzheimer’s Disease at McGovern Medical School|
|Vol. 24, No. 1||Monet and Melanopsin; Seeing Night and Day|
|Vol. 23, No. 2||The Eyes Have It: Orienting in Autism Spectrum Disorders; A Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics Perspective on Autism Spectrum Disorder|
|Vol. 23, No. 1||Translational Research in Schizophrenia: Role of Neuregulin 1; Cortical Rhythms: Developing Better Tools for Understanding Underlying Mechanisms|
|Vol. 22, No. 1||Daily Rhythms in Neural Circuits; Studying Stress in Health and Disease|
|Vol. 21, No. 2||Mapping out brain circuits for feeding and glucose homeostasis; The connectome of the rabbit retina|
|Vol. 21, No. 1||Gene expression and regulation in the central nervous system; Treating spinal cord injury using human iPSC derived neural progenitor populations|
|Vol. 20, No. 1||Functional recovery of upper limb movements after spinal cord injury; Techniques for ensuring active engagement in robotic therapy of upper limb function|
|Vol. 19, No. 2||Neuroscience research with bioinformatics approaches in the post-genomic era; How bioinformatics is shaping and influencing neuroscience research: development of bioinformatics in clinical research|
|Vol. 19, No. 1||A view of brain degenerative diseases from the lens of Huntington’s; Studying synapse development and function in fruit flies|