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  • Review Article | December 31, 2020

    The gut communicates with the brain via many pathways. The gut microbiome is involved in various behaviors. Gut dysbiosis is highly correlated with many mental disorders.

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    The gut communicates with the brain via many pathways. The gut microbiome is involved in various behaviors. Gut dysbiosis is highly correlated with many mental disorders.
    Tae-Yong Choi, Young Pyo Choi and Ja Wook Koo
  • Short Communication | December 31, 2020

    Notch-regulated proliferation of olig2+ radial glia and parenchymal OPCs is responsible for oligodendrocyte regeneration in the injured telencephalon of adult zebrafish.

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    Notch-regulated proliferation of olig2+ radial glia and parenchymal OPCs is responsible for oligodendrocyte regeneration in the injured telencephalon of adult zebrafish.
    Hwan-Ki Kim, Dong-won Lee, Eunmi Kim et al.
  • Short Communication | December 31, 2020

    A majority of S1 L2/3 neurons have discriminative but weighted responses to distinct vibrotactile stimuli. These results suggest that vibrotactile information driven by excitation of distinct submodalities are converged on the S1 cortex.

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    A majority of S1 L2/3 neurons have discriminative but weighted responses to distinct vibrotactile stimuli. These results suggest that vibrotactile information driven by excitation of distinct submodalities are converged on the S1 cortex.
    Yoo Rim Kim, Chang-Eop Kim, Heera Yoon et al.
  • Original Article | December 31, 2020

    MCH intranasal administration ameliorated anxiety- and depression-like behaviors in stressed rats and mice. These effects were associated with mTOR signaling and synaptic plasticity in the prefrontal cortex. MCH may be a potential therapy for stress-related disorders.

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    MCH intranasal administration ameliorated anxiety- and depression-like behaviors in stressed rats and mice. These effects were associated with mTOR signaling and synaptic plasticity in the prefrontal cortex. MCH may be a potential therapy for stress-related disorders.
    Ju-Young Oh, Quan Feng Liu, Cai Hua et al.
Vol.29 No.6 | December 31, 2020

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Communication between the gut and the brain and the relationship of gut dysbiosis and mental disorders

The gut communicates with the brain and vice versa via many pathways such as nervous, circulation and immune systems. The gut microbiome builds a unique ecosystem inside the gut to maintain host’s homeostasis and compositional changes in the gut microbiome are highly correlated with several mental disorders including major depressive disorder, anxiety disorder, autism spectrum disorder, addiction, and Alzheimer’s disease described in this review. Recent studies suggest that probiotics can prevent or treat mental disorders by correcting gut dysbiosis or producing beneficial molecules.