1566  Deep spatial profiling of human COVID-19 brains reveals neuroinflammation with distinct microanatomical microglia-T-cell interactions.

1565  Modeling links softening of myelin and spectrin scaffolds of axons after a concussion to increased vulnerability to repeated injuries.

1564  A hindbrain dopaminergic neural circuit prevents weight gain by reinforcing food satiation.

1563  Lipid activation or sensitization of TRPC5 channels induces spontaneous and tactile pain in mice after injury.

1562  CXCR4/CXCL12-mediated entrapment of axons at the injury site compromises optic nerve regeneration.

1561  Reducing acetylated tau is neuroprotective in brain injury.

1560  A brain–computer interface enables rapid communication through neural decoding of attempted handwriting movements in a person with paralysis.

1559  Cholinergic neurons constitutively engage the ISR for dopamine modulation and skill learning in mice.

1558  A high-throughput method characterizing cell interactions elucidates microglia-astrocyte communication in the brain.

1557  4E-BP2–dependent translation in parvalbumin neurons controls epileptic seizure threshold.

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