neurogenesis


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neurogenesis

[¦nu̇r·ō′jen·ə·səs]
(embryology)
The formation of nerves.
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This is the first time tandospirone has be shown to reverse the deficit in brain neurogenesis induced by heavy alcohol consumption
Treatments for these mood disorders may work in part by stimulating neurogenesis in the brain.
Bifunctional Hydrogels Containing the Laminin Motif IKVAV Promote Neurogenesis," Stem Cell Reports, 2017; DOI: 10.
How neurogenesis is switched on and off is still not well understood, but researchers at the UNC School of Medicine have just discovered a major clue.
The Neurogenesis Diet & Lifestyle combines a holistic approach to increase the creation of new brain cells with the latest neuroscience research on enhancing brain health and cognitive function.
The level of stress response was found to be inversely related to the level of neurogenesis in the hippocampus.
However, it is not known how these effects observed early in life might affect neurogenesis processes in adulthood, and no previous study has investigated the potential moderating effect of prenatal exposure to neurotoxicants, such as methylmercury, on the positive relationship between aerobic fitness and cognitive functions.
Science, 2014) and that neurogenesis is a continuous process in the human striatum throughout adulthood (Ernst et al.
Previous studies demonstrated that antidepressants increase neuronal cell proliferation in vitro (3-8) and enhance hippocampal neurogenesis in human and animal models (5-7).
The neurogenesis hypothesis of depression proposes that depression is accompanied by a loss of new granule neurons, and that renewal of the same cells can reverse depression symptomatology.