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Neuroimaging – News and Features

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Complexities in Age-Related Memory Decline

Researchers from The University of Texas at Dallas Center for Vital Longevity (CVL) have discovered that brain correlates of age-related memory decline are more complicated than previously believed.
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AI Image Analysis Detects 90% of Lymphomas

Researchers have developed a computer model that can successfully find signs of lymph node cancer in 90 percent of cases in one of the largest studies to date of lymphoma.
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Scientists Identify World’s First Unconventional Superconductor Also Found in Nature

Researchers have identified the first unconventional superconductor with a chemical composition also found in nature – miassite.
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“Dramatic” Brain Cancer Regression in Early Results of Cell Therapy Trial

Just days after a single treatment of a new cell therapy, three glioblastoma patients experienced dramatic reductions in their tumors.
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Veterans with Blast Injuries Show Spinal Fluid Changes Similar to Alzheimer's

US veterans of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq who suffered mild traumatic brain injury from exposure to explosive blasts were found to have changes in cerebrospinal fluid proteins that are typically seen in people who develop Alzheimer’s disease.
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Interacting with Dogs Boosts Brain Waves and Reduces Stress

Spending quality time with dogs reduces stress and increases the power of brain waves associated with relaxation and concentration, according to a study.
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Targeting Dual Proteins Shows Promise in Reducing Tumor Growth

Targeting two brain tumor-associated proteins—rather than one—with CAR T cell therapy shows promise as a strategy for reducing solid tumor growth in patients with recurrent glioblastoma (GBM), an aggressive form of brain cancer.
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How ADHD Symptoms Tie to Atypical Brain Interactions

Researchers have discovered that symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are tied to atypical interactions between the brain’s frontal cortex and information processing centers deep in the brain.
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New Approach to Provoking Seizures Helps Guide Epilepsy Surgery

Researchers have developed a new method for triggering and imaging seizures in epilepsy patients, offering physicians the ability to collect real-time data to tailor epilepsy surgery.
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Lack of Focus Is Proof of an Intricate Brain

A new study provides some of the most detailed insights yet into the brain mechanisms that help people pay attention amid distraction, as well as what’s happening when they can’t focus.