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  • Special Topic | February 28, 2021

    This review highlights unexplored various roles of NETs linking COVID-19 and ischemic stroke.

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    This review highlights unexplored various roles of NETs linking COVID-19 and ischemic stroke.
    Tjokorda Istri Pramitasuri, Anak Agung Ayu Putri Laksmidewi, Ida Bagus Kusuma Putra and Felix Adrian Dalimartha
  • Original Article | February 28, 2021

    During fear conditioning, a pair-exposed condition that socially interacted with each other compared to a single-exposed condition was reduced fear-related behavior and showed a decrease in pyramidal neuronal activity of the medial prefrontal cortex. Moreover, the oxytocin-mediated decrease in neuronal activity in the medial prefrontal cortex could facilitate social buffering.

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    During fear conditioning, a pair-exposed condition that socially interacted with each other compared to a single-exposed condition was reduced fear-related behavior and showed a decrease in pyramidal neuronal activity of the medial prefrontal cortex. Moreover, the oxytocin-mediated decrease in neuronal activity in the medial prefrontal cortex could facilitate social buffering.
    Taesub Jung, Minji Jang and Jihyun Noh
  • Original Article | February 28, 2021

    A total of 303 proteins were differentially expressed in GF mice compared with SPF mice. Of which, 124 were significantly restored following gut microbiota colonization. These significant proteins were primarily related to the disturbances in the glucocorticoid receptor signaling pathway and inflammation-related pathways.

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    A total of 303 proteins were differentially expressed in GF mice compared with SPF mice. Of which, 124 were significantly restored following gut microbiota colonization. These significant proteins were primarily related to the disturbances in the glucocorticoid receptor signaling pathway and inflammation-related pathways.
    Xuechen Rao, Lanxiang Liu, Haiyang Wang et al.
  • Original Article | February 28, 2021

    The pharmacological manipulation to increase maternal cortisol during pregnancy results in ADHD-like behaviors in postnatal rats, which may be a potent animal model of ADHD, a developmental brain disorder.

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    The pharmacological manipulation to increase maternal cortisol during pregnancy results in ADHD-like behaviors in postnatal rats, which may be a potent animal model of ADHD, a developmental brain disorder.
    Sang-Chan Jeon, Hye-Ji Kim, Eun-A Ko and Sung-Cherl Jung
Vol.30 No.1 | February 28, 2021

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Neutrophil Extracellular Traps in Coronavirus Disease-19-Associated Ischemic Stroke: A Novel Avenue in Neuroscience

This review highlights unexplored various roles of NETs linking COVID-19 and ischemic stroke.