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  • Original Article | December 31, 2022

    ·Blocking of mGluR5 suppress TA-LTD induction
    ·D1 and D2 receptors are important for modulation of plasticity of TA-CA1 synapses
    ·D1 pathway mediates K+ current mediated E-S potentiation of TA-CA1 synapses

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    ·Blocking of mGluR5 suppress TA-LTD induction
    ·D1 and D2 receptors are important for modulation of plasticity of TA-CA1 synapses
    ·D1 pathway mediates K+ current mediated E-S potentiation of TA-CA1 synapses
    Hye-Hyun Kim, Suk-Ho Lee, Won-Kyung Ho and Kisang Eom
  • Original Article | December 31, 2022

    This study shows that somatostatin-expressing neurons in the dorsal lateral septum are activated by diverse stressors and that norepinephrine may play a role in this process.

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    This study shows that somatostatin-expressing neurons in the dorsal lateral septum are activated by diverse stressors and that norepinephrine may play a role in this process.
    Myungmo An, Hyun-Kyung Kim, Hoyong Park et al.
  • Original Article | December 31, 2022

    We developed a primate model of the METH-induced conditional preference test with which we confirmed that an increase in claustral MeCP2 reduced the METH place preference.

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    We developed a primate model of the METH-induced conditional preference test with which we confirmed that an increase in claustral MeCP2 reduced the METH place preference.
    Jinhee Bae, Sujin Ahn, Doo-Wan Cho et al.
  • Short Communication | December 31, 2022

    Increased amyloid uptake and maintained glucose metabolism in the striatum of early onset AD suggests that EOAD mimics some pathophysiological changes noted in autosomal dominant AD.

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    Increased amyloid uptake and maintained glucose metabolism in the striatum of early onset AD suggests that EOAD mimics some pathophysiological changes noted in autosomal dominant AD.
    Ji Eun Kim, Dong-Kyun Lee, Ji Hye Hwang et al.
  • Original Article | December 31, 2022

    Application of the custom-built CT-MRI compatible stereotaxic frame. (A) Picture of a monkey anesthetized and immobilized within a stereotaxic frame for XperCT scanning using the flat detector C-arm. (B) Representative XperCT image showing the accuracy and precision of the injection into the cisterna magna target region. (C) Representative MRI images obtained after the CSF tracer injection into the cisterna magna. The CSF tracer used is a gadolinium-based MR contrast agent.

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    Application of the custom-built CT-MRI compatible stereotaxic frame. (A) Picture of a monkey anesthetized and immobilized within a stereotaxic frame for XperCT scanning using the flat detector C-arm. (B) Representative XperCT image showing the accuracy and precision of the injection into the cisterna magna target region. (C) Representative MRI images obtained after the CSF tracer injection into the cisterna magna. The CSF tracer used is a gadolinium-based MR contrast agent.
    Junghyung Park, Jinyoung Won, Chang-Yeop Jeon et al.
  • Original Article | December 31, 2022

    Application of placental extract helped in the recovery of facial nerve injury by stimulating Schwann cells, which accelerated the recovery of the facial nerve.

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    Application of placental extract helped in the recovery of facial nerve injury by stimulating Schwann cells, which accelerated the recovery of the facial nerve.
    Gyeong Min Lim, Gwang-Won Cho, Chitra Devi Ganesan et al.
Vol.31 No.6 | December 31, 2022

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The cover art shows that somatostatin-expressing neurons in the dorsal lateral septum (LSdSst) are activated by diverse stressors and that norepinephrine may play a role in this process. This finding is depicted by showing the signaling pathway in which diverse stressors induce the activation of the LSdSst neurons possibly via the norepinephrine (NE) release from the LCNE neurons. Since we have not directly examined the functional connectivity between LCNE and LSdSst in this study, we drew the signaling pathways related to LCNE as dotted lines to represent the weak connectivity. In addition, we drew more dotted arrows toward the LSdSst neurons to display the additional noradrenergic input region candidates.