Apr 30, 2012

Neurodevelopmental Disorders


Neurodevelop mental Disorders: How Human Cells 'Hold Hands'

ScienceDaily (Apr. 30, 2012) —
Reconstructions of single wildtype (left) and gamma-protocadherin mutant (right) cortical neurons are superimposed upon a low magnification view of fluorescently-labeled neurons in the corresponding animals. (Credit: Image courtesy of University of Iowa Health Care)

 University of Iowa biologists have advanced the knowledge of human neurodevelopmental disorders by finding that a lack of a particular group of cell adhesion molecules in the cerebral cortex -- the outermost layer of the brain where language, thought and other higher functions take place -- disrupts the formation of neural circuitry.

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ScienceDaily (Apr. 30, 2012) —

A New Drug to Manage Resistant Chronic Pain

Neuropathic pain, caused by nerve or tissue damage, is the culprit behind many cases of chronic pain. It can be the result of an accident or caused by a variety of medical conditions and diseases such as tumors, lupus, and diabetes. Typically resistant to common types of pain management including ibuprofen and even morphine, neuropathic pain can lead to lifelong disability for many sufferers.Read more






















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