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Seeing through entire organisms

23.08.2016 - Ali Ertürk and his team developed novel technology that allows making entire organs and organisms transparent. The new method provides the basis to map neuronal, glial, and vascular connections in the entire lab animals and in human brains. The work was published in Nature Methods and highlighted by Nature Press. [mehr...]

 

Role of the gut microbiome in stroke

11.08.2016 - A recent study by ISD researchers reveals a bidirectional interaction between the brain and gut microbiome after experimental stroke. Post-stroke dysbiosis induces a neurotoxic immune response. The study was published in the Journal of Neuroscience and was featured by various media reports [mehr...]

 

Tract-specific WMH and network function in AD

08.08.2016 - A study by Michael Ewers and team published in Alzheimer's and Dementia shows that age-related white matter hyperintensities (WMH) in specific vulnerable WM tracts are associated with impaired network function in patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD). [mehr...]

 

Cell diversity revealed by single cell RNAseq

15.07.2016 - In an article published in Cell Reports Ozgun Gokce and colleagues reveal unexpected diversity of striatal cells using scRNAseq. They also describe continuous expression gradients within individual cell types. [mehr...]

 

New Program on Stroke and Dementia

09.05.2016 - The new EU-funded project CoSTREAM targets targets common mechanisms and pathways in stroke and Alzheimer’s disease to improve disease prevention and treatment, by combining clinical, genetic, epide... [mehr...]

Role of Vascular Factors in Migraine

22.06.2016 - A Genome-wide association study with involvement of ISD investigators has identified 38 susceptibility loci for migraine including 28 novel loci. The results lend further weight to a vascular etiolo... [mehr...]

 

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