Mutation links bipolar disorder to mitochondrial disease


ANT1 mutations that found in bipolar disease affect the mitochondria lead to hyperexcitable serotonergic neuronal activity in the brain.

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Mutation links bipolar disorder to mitochondrial disease


ANT1 mutations that found in bipolar disease affect the mitochondria lead to hyperexcitable serotonergic neuronal activity in the brain.

In living color: imaging the brain with synthetic bioluminescence


A new way to image the brain from outside the head using bioluminescence.

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Scientists show that the moss Funaria hygrometrica can remove harmful lead from water when in the protonema stage of development.

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Skipping fatty acids could be recipe for schizophrenia


Prenatal lack of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids linked to epigenetic changes that lead to schizophrenic symptoms in mice.

New rice fights off drought


Researchers have created drought resistant transgenic rice using a gene from a small Eurasian flowering plant

Eve Marder: freeing knowledge, crashing neurons


None of us would get on a plane that had its parts changed in mid-air, says Eve Marder, who has spent her career probing a very specific cluster of crustacean nerve cells. Yet we are all walking around undergoing a constant turnover of cellular parts, and so are the lobsters and crabs Marder studies.

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Mutation links bipolar disorder to mitochondrial disease


ANT1 mutations that found in bipolar disease affect the mitochondria lead to hyperexcitable serotonergic neuronal activity in the brain.

Clean and green: a moss that removes lead (Pb) from water


Scientists show that the moss Funaria hygrometrica can remove harmful lead from water when in the protonema stage of development.

Skipping fatty acids could be recipe for schizophrenia


Prenatal lack of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids linked to epigenetic changes that lead to schizophrenic symptoms in mice.

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