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Researchers explore why COVID-19 is more deadly compared to the flu and other viruses.
Findings support the theory that impaired prefrontal control of the dopamine system is a key mechanism for the development of schizophrenia.
A patient who tested positive for COVID-19 developed acute necrotizing encephalitis (ANE) as a result of the coronavirus infection. An MRI scan revealed the patient had lesions in the thalamus and temporal lobes, areas of the brain implicated in consci…
Based on data from COVID-19 patients from Wuhan, China, that died as a result of the infection, researchers have identified many symptom commonalities the patients shared.
Performing in utero surgery on babies to repair spina bifida related defects between 23 and 26 weeks of gestation triggered the restoration of normal brain structure.
Structural mapping of both SARS and SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, reveals an almost identical site on both coronaviruses to which the CR3022 antibody binds. This suggests a functionally important and vulnerable site for this family of cor…
Using chemogenetic methods, researchers activated neurons in the anterior insular and increased prosocial behavior in rodent models of opioid addiction.
SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19, can linger for days in sewage and water systems and remain infectious. Researchers call for new studies to determine if current water treatment methods are efficient and effective at killing SARS-CoV-2.
Endocranial imprints of Australopithecus afarensis revealed they had an ape-like brain organization. Evidence was also found of protracted brain growth, which suggests infants may have had a longer dependence on caregivers, just like humans.
Wearing face masks significantly reduced the amounts of airborne virus particles expelled from infected patients. Findings suggest surgical-style face masks could slow the transmission of coronavirus and influenza viruses.