Local gyrification index, which measures cortical folding in the brain, could be a novel neuroimaging marker for major depressive disorder.
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US researchers studying the brain’s auditory lexicon find implications for stroke survivors and others with brain disorders.
A form of MRI is a better alternative to many existing imaging technologies when looking at how COVID-19 can change the human brain.
According to US researchers, brain maturation follows a sequence that renders youth sensitive to environmental impacts through adolescence.
Ultra-powerful 7T MRI scanners could be used to help identify those patients with Parkinson’s disease and similar conditions most likely to benefit from new treatments for previously untreatable symptoms.
A recent paper highlights how tiny robots with living parts can be designed to effectively deliver drugs to body tissues.
Researchers have developed a new imaging approach that can capture blood vessel images at different spatial scales.
A range of imaging and computational techniques were used by researchers to discover the structure of the PH domain of PLEKHA7.
A new study has used several imaging techniques to characterise C. diff toxins, which could help to design drugs to combat infections from the bacteria.
Researchers have created a tool that would help detect Alzheimer’s disease in its most incipient stages...
Aortic atherosclerotic plaque inflammation may contribute to the progression of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease to liver fibrosis...
Researchers have identified a link between a neurotransmitter imbalance and brain connectivity between regions of the brain that play a role in social communication and language.
A test of contrast-enhanced subharmonic imaging has shown promise in detecting prostate cancers that were not identified by MRI...
For the first time, researchers have used MRIs to show that babies with the neurodevelopmental condition fragile X syndrome had less-developed white matter compared to infants that did not develop the condition...