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Neuron by passing the cell body
A typical neuron contains four distinct regions with differing functions: the cell body, the dendrites, the axon, and the axon terminals. Scientists have found a new kind of excitatory neuron in hippocampus which skips the cell body as axons branch out of dendrites rather than directly from cell body. They don't know the function of these neurons yet but initial data confirms their response to glutamate. 
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#NewNeuron #neurons #brain #axons
Article: Strange New Type of Brain Cell Discovered 

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Neuroscientists have discovered a new shape of brain cell that sends signals by bypassing the cell body altogether. The cells seem to be especially efficient responders, but their purpose remains a mystery.
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Curiosity boosts memory!!!
There is an old saying “curiosity killed the cat” but in humans curiosity boosts the memory. According to a recent study, higher activity was observed in memory and learning associated areas of brain when participants were curious to answer some trivial questions or looking at familiar images. People were able to recall more details about events when they were in state of curiosity. Can curiosity be used to help people with memory problem in disorders like Alzheimer’s?
Stay Curious and Stay Sharp!!!
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#Curiosity #brain #memory #health #Alzheimer’s

Article: Being Curious Can Boost Your Memory 
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Everyone knows it's easier to learn about a topic you're curious about. Now, a new study reveals what's going on in the brain during that process.
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Morphed images of #Hollywood #celebrities reveal how #neurons make up your #mind

1. #AngelinaJolie + #HalleBerry were morphed for the study.
2. #ArnoldSchwarzenegger + #SylvesterStallone were morphed for the study.
3. #UmaThurman + #NicoleKidman were morphed for the study.

Study reveals individual neurons in the human brain are triggered by the subject’s conscious perception, rather than by the visual stimulus

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“We all have our time machines. Some take us back, they're called memories. Some take us forward, they're called dreams.”

·Jeremy Irons

#memoryquotes   #quotes   #time   #dreams   #jeremyirons  
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#Brain ‘can classify words during #sleep

The brain is still active while we are asleep, say scientists, who found people were able to classify words during their slumber.

Researchers from Cambridge and Paris introduced participants to a word test while awake and found they continued to respond correctly while asleep.

The sleeping brain can perform complex tasks, particularly if the task is automated, the study says.

Further research will now focus on how to take advantage of our sleeping time.

Writing in the journal Current Biology, the research team set out to study the brain’s behaviour while awake and during sleep.

Using an electroencephalogram (EEG), they recorded the brain activity of participants while they were asked to classify spoken words as either animals or objects by pressing a button.

Read more: http://blog.covex.com/index.php/brain-can-classify-words-during-sleep/
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Source: reuters.com Wearable brain scanners and lasers that can turn hundreds of cells on and off were among 58 projects awarded $46 million in federal
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Neuron by passing the cell body
A typical neuron contains four distinct regions with differing functions: the cell body, the dendrites, the axon, and the axon terminals. Scientists have found a new kind of excitatory neuron in hippocampus which skips the cell body as axons branch out of dendrites rather than directly from cell body. They don't know the function of these neurons yet but initial data confirms their response to glutamate. 
(Source: LiveScience)
#NewNeuron #neurons #brain #axons
Article: Strange New Type of Brain Cell Discovered 

http://ow.ly/3s0Dix
Neuroscientists have discovered a new shape of brain cell that sends signals by bypassing the cell body altogether. The cells seem to be especially efficient responders, but their purpose remains a mystery.
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#Nobel Prize for the #brain ’s GPS discovery

The Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine has been awarded to three scientists who discovered the brain’s “GPS system”.

UK-based researcher Prof John O’Keefe as well as May-Britt Moser and EdvardMoser share the award.

They discovered how the brain knows where we are and is able to navigate from one place to another.

Their findings may help explain why #Alzheimer ’s disease patients cannot recognise their surroundings.

“The discoveries have solved a problem that has occupied philosophers and scientists for centuries,” the Nobel Assembly said.

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"The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go."

·Dr. Seuss

#memoryquotes   #quotes   #drseuss   #read   #learn  
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Vinpocetine facilitates cerebral metabolism, increasing glucose and oxygen utilization by neurons and neurotransmitters involved in the process of memory
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Visit our new website!!!!   #vinpocetine  

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Covex is a chemical and pharmaceutical company, leader in the production of Vinca Alkaloids, such as Vinpocetine, Vincamine and Vinburnine
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