Drinking Soda Could be Harmful for Your Brain

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Research from the University of Boston suggests that excess sugar, especially the fructose in sugary drinks, might damage your brain.

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Target C3 Complement in Astrocytes

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Biolegend have a range of C3 complement antibodies suitable for identifying an A1 astrocyte phenotype for investigating neurodegeneration and inflammation in the CNS.

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Marching for Science in London

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Hear from the organisers, speakers, and protesters at London's March for Science.

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Animal Model For Rare Brain Disease H-ABC Found

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Professor Ian Duncan describes his 29-year quest to understand the root-cause of a brain disease he identified in rats, and in doing so has found the link to a fatal and rare childhood brain disease in humans, H-ABC. Meaning the development of a cure is now possible.

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Quiz: 7 Days in Science -28th April 2017

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From Whales to Marches to Super-Charged Booze.

Test your knowledge of what's been happening in the scientific world over the past seven days.

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Representation of Multiple Body Parts in the Missing-Hand Brain Area Smashes Dogma

Representation of Multiple Body Parts in the Missing-Hand Brain Area Smashes Dogma

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UCL neuroscientists scan brains of congenital one-handers and discover sensorimotor reorganization of the missing-hand territory, suggesting our current teaching on hard-wired brain organization may be wrong.

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New Technique Can Diagnose Glaucoma Earlier
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The new test could mean patients are diagnosed up to ten years earlier than currently possible, resulting in earlier treatment before sight loss begins.

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Antidepressants Unlock Blood-Brain Barrier Aiding CNS Drug Entry
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NIH researchers find pairing CNS drugs with amitriptyline enhances their delivery to the brain.

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Stem Cells Aid Understanding of Angelman Syndrome
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University of Connecticut researchers are using stem cells to learn more about Angelman syndrome and identify possible therapeutic strategies.

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