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BNA Interview Series: A Closer Look at Autism Spectrum Disorder With Professor Uta Frith

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At the British Neuroscience Association (BNA)’s Festival of Neuroscience , we sat down with some influential neuroscientists to discuss their work. Here, we interview University College London Professor Uta Frith on her pioneering work into the neurodevelopmental condition autism spectrum disorder.

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DIA vs DDA in Proteomics

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Download this infographic to learn more about LC-MS/MS, the processes involved in an experiment using a DIA approach and how DIA produces a higher number of quantified proteins in a shorter analysis period than DDA.

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Frozen tissue slide preparation and processing

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Check out our step-by-step video to learn how to prepare frozen tissue samples for immunohistochemistry assays.

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Principles of Isothermal Titration Calorimetry (ITC)

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Introduction to the principles of isothermal titration calorimetry & MicroCal's ITC microcalorimeter.

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Foot Painters' Toes Mapped Like Fingers in the Brain

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Using your feet like hands can cause organised ‘hand-like’ maps of the toes in the brain, never before documented in people, finds a new UCL-led study of two professional foot painters.

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Transplanted Brain Stem Cells Survive in Mice Without Anti-rejection Drugs
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In experiments in mice, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers have developed a way to successfully transplant certain protective brain cells without the need for lifelong anti-rejection drugs.

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Have a Cuppa While You Mull It Over
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Regular tea drinkers have better organised brain regions – and this is associated with healthy cognitive function – compared to non-tea drinkers.

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Diabetes Drug Promotes Brain Repair – But It Only Works in Females
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A new study by U of T scientists shows that a female sex hormone plays a key role in promoting brain repair and opens the door to the development of more effective treatments.

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Lipidomics – A Niche but Rapidly Growing Field

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Although researchers have been working on lipid biochemistry for many decades, lipidomics is a more recent, newly emerging discipline – with potential applications for diagnosing and preventing disease.

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Anti-inflammatory Drugs Resurrected To Fight Chronic Pain
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Failed drugs often are left on the shelf to gather dust. But sometimes, drugs can be dusted down and repurposed. That’s exactly the route that Katexco Pharmaceuticals has taken with its new immune system-targeting compounds, part of a new life sciences company that aims to target everything from multiple sclerosis to chronic pain.

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Why Neuralink's Implants Are an Essential Step in MedTech Innovation
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Elon Musk has never been afraid to push the envelope when working towards a more innovative future. One of Musk's latest projects, called Neuralink, wants to help people interact with computers by using their minds. Here, we take a look at Musk's claims that Neuralink will bring brain-machine interfaces to the public.

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Could a New Project Expose Predatory Conferences?
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The rise of predatory conferences jeopardises the future of legitimate research events. But could conference IDs be the solution?

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