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August 10, 2014

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4:03 PM | Pregnancy and Antibacterial Soap a Potentially Dangerous Combination
My wife likes to sanitize everything with bleach. I don’t really approve, but I bite my tongue because it makes her feel better. Germs are everywhere and honestly there is […]

Pycke BF, Geer LA, Dalloul M, Abulafia O, Jenck AM & Halden RU (2014). Human biomonitoring of prenatal exposure to triclosan and triclocarban in a multiethnic urban population from Brooklyn, New York, Environmental Science & Technology , 8831-8838. Other:

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9:00 AM | Canine Science Forum 2014 - we come full circle!
Aw - it's Us @ CSF2014! Thanks Tamás Faragó :)Dear Julie,while you've been off enjoying the fjords of Norway and I've been recovering from six legs of long haul flying with a three year old as hand luggage, I thought I'd put up a quick post to recap the wonderful week in Lincoln, UK that was the (Feline and) Canine Science Forum 2014.Such a fun, stimulating, inspiring week comprising the Feline Science day (Monday), public lecture by James Serpell (rhymes with […]

Hecht J. (2014). Tribute to Tinbergen: Public Engagement in Ethology, Ethology, 120 (3) 207-214. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/eth.12199

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August 09, 2014

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5:45 PM | Marijuana and the Developing Brain
You can’t get away from it, the big marijuana debate here in the US. Is it good? Is it bad? What are other countries doing? There are also a lot […]

Giedd JN, Blumenthal J, Jeffries NO, Rajapakse JC, Vaituzis AC, Liu H, Berry YC, Tobin M, Nelson J & Castellanos FX & (1999). Development of the human corpus callosum during childhood and adolescence: a longitudinal MRI study., Progress in neuro-psychopharmacology & biological psychiatry, 23 (4) 571-88. PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10390717

Giedd, J. N (2004). Structural magnetic resonance imaging of the adolescent brain, Adolescent Brain Development: Vulnerabilities and Opportunities,

Giedd, J. N., J. Blumenthal, et al (1999). Brain development during childhood and adolescence: A longitudinal MRI study, Nature Neuroscience,

Friese B & Grube JW (2013). Legalization of medical marijuana and marijuana use among youths., Drugs (Abingdon, England), 20 (1) 33-39. PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23641127

Chadwick B, Miller ML & Hurd YL (2013). Cannabis Use during Adolescent Development: Susceptibility to Psychiatric Illness., Frontiers in psychiatry, 4 129. PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24133461

Lisdahl, K., Wright, N., Medina-Kirchner, C., Maple, K. & Shollenbarger, S. (2014). Considering Cannabis: The Effects of Regular Cannabis Use on Neurocognition in Adolescents and Young Adults, Current Addiction Reports, 1 (2) 144-156. DOI: 10.1007/s40429-014-0019-6

Choo EK, Benz M, Zaller N, Warren O, Rising KL & McConnell KJ (2014). The impact of state medical marijuana legislation on adolescent marijuana use., The Journal of adolescent health : official publication of the Society for Adolescent Medicine, 55 (2) 160-6. PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24742758

Joffe A, American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Substance Abuse & American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Adolescence (2004). Legalization of marijuana: potential impact on youth., Pediatrics, 113 (6) 1825-6. PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15173518

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4:46 PM | Terminal Lucidity: Myth, Mystery or Miracle?
Can sick people gain mental clarity just before they die? University of Virginia researchers Michael Nahm and Bruce Greyson explore this issue in a gripping (if macabre) paper published in the journal Omega: The death of Anna Katharina Ehmer: a case study in terminal lucidity.The authors discuss the case of Anna Katharina Ehmer, a German […]The post Terminal Lucidity: Myth, Mystery or Miracle? appeared first on Neuroskeptic.

Nahm M & Greyson B (2013). The death of Anna Katharina Ehmer: a case study in terminal lucidity., Omega, 68 (1) 77-87. PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24547666

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August 08, 2014

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10:00 PM | Psychiatry and inflammation (again)
I'd like to bring two papers to your attention in today's very quick post."The Death Star plans are not in the main computer"First up is the article by Kahn & Sommer [1] (open-access) titled: 'The neurobiology and treatment of first-episode schizophrenia'. It's about as good a read as we have so far on the topic of "brain changes in the first phase of schizophrenia" and the various management options for first-episode schizophrenia. Outside of the very important fact that "It is highly […]

Kahn RS & Sommer IE (2014). The neurobiology and treatment of first-episode schizophrenia., Molecular psychiatry, PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25048005

Friedrich MJ (2014). Research on Psychiatric Disorders Targets Inflammation., JAMA : the journal of the American Medical Association, PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25054339

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7:36 PM | The Self Assembling Brain
Let’s face it, if the brain were a lego set I would still be staring at the box wondering what I got myself into. So I guess we can just […]

Lorenzo I. Finci et. al (2014). The Crystal Structure of Netrin-1 in Complex with DCC Reveals the Bifunctionality of Netrin-1 As a Guidance Cue, Neuron, Other:

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6:14 PM | La matematica delle lacrime
Un gruppo di fisici che studiano la meccanica dei fluidi ha iniziato una proficua collaborazione con Kara Maki riguardo lo studio dinamico delle "pellicole" di lacrime. Il modello, sviluppato in tre articoli che hanno preceduto il lavoro conclusivo, soprattutto sperimentale, è così descritto: all'interno della pellicola lacrimale, le dinamiche del fluido sono governate dalle equazioni incomprimibili di Navier-Stokes insieme con la conservazione di massa ed energia. Alla superficie […]

Miller A., Carchman R., Long R. & Denslow S.A. La Crosse viral infection in hospitalized pediatric patients in Western North Carolina., Hospital pediatrics, (26) PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24313031

Maki K.L., Braun R.J., Henshaw W.D. & King-Smith P.E. (2010). Tear film dynamics on an eye-shaped domain I: pressure boundary conditions., Mathematical medicine and biology : a journal of the IMA, 27 (3) 227-254. PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20064825

Maki K.L., Braun R.J., Ucciferro P., Henshaw W.D. & King-Smith P.E. (2010). Tear film dynamics on an eye-shaped domain. Part 2. Flux boundary conditions, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 647 361-390. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/s002211200999382x

Maki K.L., Braun R.J. & P. E. King-Smith (2008). An overset grid method for the study of reflex tearing, Mathematical Medicine and Biology, 25 (3) 187-214. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/imammb/dqn013

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2:27 PM | It Only Takes Six Generations to Turn a Brown Butterfly Purple
Evolution can seem like a slow way to get things done. It took more than a billion years for Earth’s life forms to try having more than one cell. In the famous March of Progress illustration showing an ape becoming an upright human, you can almost hear the stoop-shouldered cave guy in the middle groaning, “Hurry […]The post It Only Takes Six Generations to Turn a Brown Butterfly Purple appeared first on Inkfish.

Wasik, B., Liew, S., Lilien, D., Dinwiddie, A., Noh, H., Cao, H. & Monteiro, A. (2014). Artificial selection for structural color on butterfly wings and comparison with natural evolution, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1402770111

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1:52 PM | Know your brain: Corpus callosum
Corpus callosum (in red).CC image courtesy of Life Science Databases(LSDB). Where is it?The corpus callosum is a large, C-shaped nerve fiber bundle found beneath the cerebral cortex. It stretches across the midline of the brain, connecting the left and right cerebral hemispheres. It makes up the largest collection of white matter tissue found in the brain.What is it and what does it do?To understand the role of the corpus callosum, it is first important to remember that the […]

Gazzaniga MS (2005). Forty-five years of split-brain research and still going strong., Nature reviews. Neuroscience, 6 (8) 653-9. PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16062172

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1:13 PM | Translational Findings: How fruit fly research has already contributed to human health
In my previous post, I described how Drosophila melanogaster serves as an important and relevant model organism for biological research.  But how is fruit fly research actually helping us to better understand ourselves?  In my future “Translational Findings” posts, I will talk about how fruit flies are furthering our understanding of a specific human-related issue. These […]

Morgan TH (1910). SEX LIMITED INHERITANCE IN DROSOPHILA., Science (New York, N.Y.), 32 (812) 120-2. PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17759620

Muller HJ (1927). ARTIFICIAL TRANSMUTATION OF THE GENE., Science (New York, N.Y.), 66 (1699) 84-7. PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17802387

Nüsslein-Volhard C & Wieschaus E (1980). Mutations affecting segment number and polarity in Drosophila., Nature, 287 (5785) 795-801. PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6776413

Lemaitre B, Nicolas E, Michaut L, Reichhart JM & Hoffmann JA (1996). The dorsoventral regulatory gene cassette spätzle/Toll/cactus controls the potent antifungal response in Drosophila adults., Cell, 86 (6) 973-83. PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8808632

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12:00 PM | Researchers Uncover Stem Cell Behaviour of Human Bowel
For the first time, researchers say they have uncovered new information on how stem cells in the human bowel behave, revealing vital clues about the earliest stages in bowel cancer development and how we may begin to prevent it.The research, led by Queen May University of London (QMUL) and published yesterday the journal Cell Reports, discovered how many stem cells exist within the human bowel and how they behave and evolve over time.Read More

Quantification of Crypt and Stem Cell Evolution in the Normal and Neoplastic Human Colon (2014). Ann-Marie Baker, Biancastella Cereser, Samuel Melton, Alexander G. Fletcher, Manuel Rodriguez-Justo, Paul J. Tadrous, Adam Humphries, George Elia, Stuart A.C. McDonald, Nicholas A. Wright, Benjamin D. Simons, Marnix Jansen, Trevor A. Graham., Cell Reports, Other:

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12:00 AM | Do Narcissists Know They’re Narcissists?
According to a provocative paper just published, it’s possible to accurately determine how narcissistic someone is by asking them just one thing. Here’s the question in full: To what extent do you agree with this statement: I am a narcissist? (Note: The word ‘narcissist’ means egotistical, self-focused, and vain.) Answer on a scale from 1 […]The post Do Narcissists Know They’re Narcissists? appeared first on Neuroskeptic.

Konrath S, Meier BP & Bushman BJ (2014). Development and Validation of the Single Item Narcissism Scale (SINS)., PLoS ONE, 9 (8) PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25093508

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August 07, 2014

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6:11 PM | Nerve Regeneration: Another Piece of the Stem Cell Puzzle
Almost everyone regenerates nerves, but you! Sure, yesterday we talked about how other animals in the kingdom regenerate damaged nerves and how we got left in the dust. But we […]

Lu, P., Woodruff, G., Wang, Y., Graham, L., Hunt, M., Wu, D., Boehle, E., Ahmad, R., Poplawski, G., Brock, J. & Goldstein, L. (2014). Long-Distance Axonal Growth from Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells after Spinal Cord Injury, Neuron, DOI: 10.1016/j.neuron.2014.07.014

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5:04 PM | Researchers Grow Human Gastrointestinal Cells Using Epithelial Stem Cells
Kelli L. VanDussen, PhD, and Matthew A. CiorbaA method of growing human cells from tissue removed from a patient's gastrointestinal (GI) tract may one day help scientists develop tailor-made therapies for inflammatory bowel disease and other GI-related conditions.Reporting online recently in the journal Gut, researchers from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis said they have made cell lines from individual patients in as little as two weeks.They have created more than 65 […]

VanDussen, K., Marinshaw, J., Shaikh, N., Miyoshi, H., Moon, C., Tarr, P., Ciorba, M. & Stappenbeck, T. (2014). Development of an enhanced human gastrointestinal epithelial culture system to facilitate patient-based assays, Gut, DOI: 10.1136/gutjnl-2013-306651

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4:52 PM | Harvard Researchers Identify New Potential Treatment for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
This image depicts graduate student Sophie De Boer, (left), and Prof. Kevin Eggan (right) discussing their latest work.Credit: B. D. Colen/Harvard UniversityAbout eight years ago, researchers at the Harvard Stem Cell Institute (HSCI) begun a series of studies that led to a report published today which may be a major step forward in thequest to developing real treatments for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).The findings by Harvard professor of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology (HSCRB) Kevin […]

de Boer, A., Koszka, K., Kiskinis, E., Suzuki, N., Davis-Dusenbery, B. & Eggan, K. (2014). Genetic validation of a therapeutic target in a mouse model of ALS, Science Translational Medicine, 6 (248) 248-248. DOI: 10.1126/scitranslmed.3009351

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7:42 AM | Vitamin D and schizophrenia meta-analysed
It's been a few weeks since I last talked about vitamin D on this blog and some finding or other talking about a deficiency of the stuff. Indeed, the last occasion was the publication of the Eva Kočovská study (see here) talking about issues with vitamin D being present across quite a few people on the autism spectrum, continuing a research trend (see here).So as to remedy this vitamin D blogging deficiency, today I'm talking about the systematic review and meta-analysis […]

Valipour G, Saneei P & Esmaillzadeh A (2014). Serum Vitamin D Levels in Relation to Schizophrenia: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Observational Studies., The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism, PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25050991

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August 06, 2014

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11:13 PM | Wait before you stamp out your next cigarette! Scientists use cigarette filters in advanced energy storage materials
Who knew smoking was good for the environment! Well, maybe that’s not the right way to put this…rather, if people must smoke (which they undoubtedly will for the foreseeable future), can’t we find something useful to do with all the … Continue reading →

Lee, M., Kim, G., Don Song, H., Park, S. & Yi, J. (2014). Preparation of energy storage material derived from a used cigarette filter for a supercapacitor electrode, Nanotechnology, 25 (34) 345601. DOI: 10.1088/0957-4484/25/34/345601

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5:29 PM | Nerve Regeneration: Everyone does it, but you
Dogs do it, frogs do it, and even whales do it! No this isn’t everyone poops. I’m talking about regrowing nerves after an injury and sadly, we don’t do it… yet. […]

Vilar M, Sung TC, Chen Z, García-Carpio I, Fernandez EM, Xu J, Riek R & Lee KF (2014). Heterodimerization of p45-p75 Modulates p75 Signaling: Structural Basis and Mechanism of Action., PLoS biology, 12 (8) PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25093680

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5:18 PM | How your smartphone can tell you if meat is tainted
Digging around in the back of your fridge can sometimes uncover a cornucopia of forgotten tasty nuggets (like cheese that has had extra time to ‘mature’ or even actual nuggets), but sometimes you’ll come across a potential dilemma: the Russian-roulette meat. You bought it on impulse while it was on special offer at the supermarket,…

Liang P.S., Park T.S. & Yoon J.Y. (2014). Rapid and reagentless detection of microbial contamination within meat utilizing a smartphone-based biosensor., Scientific reports, 4 PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25092261

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1:36 PM | Video Tip of the Week: Biodalliance browser with HiSeq X-Ten data
Drama surrounding the $1000 genome erupts every so often, and earlier this year when the HiSeq X Ten setup was unveiled there was a lot of chatter–and questions: Is the $1,000 genome for real? And some push-back on the cost analysis: That “$1000 genome” is going to cost you $72M. A piece that offers nice […]

Down T.A. & T. J. P. Hubbard (2011). Dalliance: interactive genome viewing on the web, Bioinformatics, 27 (6) 889-890. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/bioinformatics/btr020

Check Hayden E. (2014). Is the $1,000 genome for real?, Nature, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nature.2014.14530

Dunham I., Shelley F. Aldred, Patrick J. Collins, Carrie A. Davis, Francis Doyle, Charles B. Epstein, Seth Frietze, Jennifer Harrow, Rajinder Kaul & Jainab Khatun & (2012). An integrated encyclopedia of DNA elements in the human genome, Nature, 489 (7414) 57-74. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nature11247

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12:30 PM | Is it Important to Attend Puppy Class?
Is a one-off puppy party a suitable alternative to a six-week puppy class? Research says you can’t skip the socialization if you want a well-rounded adult dog.Photo: Zuzule / ShutterstockA study by Ai Kutsumi et al (2013) of the Azabu University Graduate School of Veterinary Science compares four groups of dogs: those who attended a six-week puppy class, those who went to a one-hour puppy party, those who attended a six-week adult dog training class, and those who didn’t […]

KUTSUMI, A., NAGASAWA, M., OHTA, M. & OHTANI, N. (2013). Importance of Puppy Training for Future Behavior of the Dog, Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 75 (2) 141-149. DOI: 10.1292/jvms.12-0008

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12:00 PM | Fall Leaves And Orange Flamingos
Biology concepts – pigment, carotenoids, flamingos, cyanobacteria, bacteriophage, trophic cascade effect, spirulina, algaThese are the two species of Old World flamingos, the greater (upper left) and the lesser (bottom right). Their ranges are included, pointed out by the convenient arrows. Even though the pictures don’t show it because I couldn’t get them to stand next to one another, the greater is twice the height of the lesser, hence the names. Notice the color variation […]

Anderson MJ & Williams SA (2010). Why do flamingos stand on one leg?, Zoo biology, 29 (3) 365-74. PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19637281

Peduzzi P, Gruber M, Gruber M, Schagerl M. (2014). The virus's tooth: cyanophages affect an African flamingo population in a bottom-up cascade., ISME J. , 8 (6) 1346-1351. Other:

Kotut K, Ballot A & Krienitz L (2006). Toxic cyanobacteria and their toxins in standing waters of Kenya: implications for water resource use., Journal of water and health, 4 (2) 233-45. PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16813016

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8:39 AM | Gastrointestinal response to A1 vs A2 milk
I want to talk about the findings from Ho and colleagues [1] today, and in particular their observation of: "differences in gastrointestinal responses in some adult humans consuming milk containing beta-casein of either the A1 or the A2 beta-casein type". If you're wondering why such a paper finds it's way on to a blog predominantly about autism research, well stay with me on this rather long blogging entry...Start your engines... @ Wikipedia Before progressing, I am going to put a […]

Ho, S., Woodford, K., Kukuljan, S. & Pal, S. (2014). Comparative effects of A1 versus A2 beta-casein on gastrointestinal measures: a blinded randomised cross-over pilot study, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, DOI: 10.1038/ejcn.2014.127

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August 05, 2014

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5:28 PM | Weight loss Stalled? Kick those Hunger Cravings!
Trying to drop the weight, but find yourself picking up more of it? Is your diet failing because you are so hungry you could eat a horse?  Well a new […]

Li SS, Kendall CW, de Souza RJ, Jayalath VH, Cozma AI, Ha V, Mirrahimi A, Chiavaroli L, Augustin LS, Blanco Mejia S & Leiter LA (2014). Dietary pulses, satiety and food intake: A systematic review and meta-analysis of acute feeding trials., Obesity (Silver Spring, Md.), 22 (8) 1773-80. PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24820437

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2:51 PM | Kids Name the Darnedest Animals
Here’s an experiment that’s easy to do on your own. Grab the nearest elementary- or middle-school-age kid, sit her down in a quiet place, and ask her to name everything she can think of that’s alive. The results might tell you a lot about your young subject’s life. The wilder the animals, the more domestic […]The post Kids Name the Darnedest Animals appeared first on Inkfish.

Taverna, A., Moscoloni, N., Peralta, O., Medin, D. & Waxman, S. (2014). Naming the Living Things: Linguistic, Experiential and Cultural Factors in Wichí and Spanish Speaking Children, Journal of Cognition and Culture, 14 (3-4) 213-233. DOI: 10.1163/15685373-12342122

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9:29 AM | Play music and you’ll see more
  Check out the video. It is a short demonstration of the so-called attentional blink. Whenever you try to spot the two letters in the rapid sequence you’ll miss the second one. This effect is so robust that generations of Psychology undergraduates learned about it. And then came music and changed everything. Test your own […]

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Olivers, C. & Nieuwenhuis, S. (2005). The Beneficial Effect of Concurrent Task-Irrelevant Mental Activity on Temporal Attention, Psychological Science, 16 (4) 265-269. DOI: 10.1111/j.0956-7976.2005.01526.x

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8:05 AM | Bipolar disorder is frequent in adult Asperger syndrome
"BD [bipolar disorder] in AS [Asperger syndrome] patients is frequent, usually it onsets during adolescence and is often characterized by atypical presentation, making its correct identification particularly difficult".Maybe I'm better suited as a brunette? @ WikipediaThat was the primary finding reported by Vannucchi and colleagues [1] based on their systematic review of the relevant peer-reviewed research literature in this area. They found that the prevalence of BD ranged […]

Vannucchi G, Masi G, Toni C, Dell׳Osso L, Erfurth A & Perugi G (2014). Bipolar disorder in adults with Asperger׳s Syndrome: A systematic review., Journal of affective disorders, 168C 151-160. PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25046741

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August 04, 2014

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10:05 PM | Do Sciences and Humanities Students’ Brains Differ?
Scholars on both sides of the science-humanities divide have been known to feel that their counterparts just don’t think in the same way. But could it be that their brains are actually different? Yes, it could, say Japanese neuroscientists Hikaru Takeuchi and colleagues, who have just published a paper about Brain structures in the sciences […]The post Do Sciences and Humanities Students’ Brains Differ? appeared first on Neuroskeptic.

Takeuchi H, Taki Y, Sekiguchi A, Nouchi R, Kotozaki Y, Nakagawa S, Miyauchi CM, Iizuka K, Yokoyama R, Shinada T & Yamamoto Y (2014). Brain structures in the sciences and humanities., Brain structure & function, PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25079346

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6:22 PM | La congettura di Rota
Attenzione: i contenuti sono abbastanza avanzati, più del solito. Forse anche la semplificazione non è così... semplice. Ad ogni modo, spero ci proviate lo stesso a leggerlo tutto, o almeno solo un pochino!Uno degli aspetti più interessanti dei matematici moderni, soprattutto di quelli di qualità, è la loro capacità di cogliere gli aspetti in comune tra branche apparentemente distanti tra loro. E' in effetti il caso della storia dietro la […]

Whitney H. (1931). Non-Separable and Planar Graphs., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 17 (2) 125-127. PMID: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16587624

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Jim Geelen, Bert Gerards & Geoff Whittle (2014). Solving Rota's Conjecture, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 61 (07) 736-743. DOI: 10.1090/noti1139

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6:02 PM | Want a Larger Brain: How About an Implant?
Feel like you could use some extra grey matter? Maybe get a dash of genius added to all those cobwebs in the brain? Well then science might just have the […]

Hemmer, K., Zhang, M., van Wüllen, T., Sakalem, M., Tapia, N., Baumuratov, A., Kaltschmidt, C., Kaltschmidt, B., Schöler, H., Zhang, W. & Schwamborn, J. (2014). Induced Neural Stem Cells Achieve Long-Term Survival and Functional Integration in the Adult Mouse Brain, Stem Cell Reports, DOI: 10.1016/j.stemcr.2014.06.017

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