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Reflex antenatal DNA screening for Down's syndrome

25-Jul-2015 | Nicholas J. Wald, Wayne J. Huttly, Jonathan P. Bestwick, Joe Aquilina, Elisabeth Peregrine, Prenatal Diagnosis, 2015

What's already known about this topic? Modelling has shown the efficacy of reflex DNA screening for Down syndrome The DNA test can be triggered (ie. reflexed) by a risk estimate from a conventional test such as the Combined test using a plasma sample collected at the same time as the ...

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Double‐blind, placebo‐controlled pilot study of adjunctive quetiapine SR in the treatment of PMS/PMDD

20-Jul-2015 | Christine Jackson, Brenda Pearson, Susan Girdler, Jacqueline Johnson, Robert M. Hamer, Susan Killenberg, Samantha Me ..., Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental, 2015

Objective Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), a more severe form of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), afflicts 5–8% of reproductive age women and results in significant functional impairment. We conducted a double‐blind, placebo‐controlled trial of adjunctive quetiapine in patients with ...

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NPY‐Y1 coexpressed with NPY‐Y5 receptors modulate anxiety but not mild social stress response in mice

14-Jul-2015 | Angela Longo, Alessandra Oberto, Paolo Mele, Luigi Mattiello, Maria Giuseppina Pisu, Paola Palanza, Mariangela Serra ..., Genes, Brain and Behavior, 2015

Abstract The Y1 and Y5 receptors for neuropeptide Y have overlapping functions in regulating anxiety. We previously demonstrated that conditional removal of the Y1 receptor in the Y5 receptor expressing neurons in juvenile Npy1rY5R‐/‐ mice leads to higher anxiety but no changes in ...

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Long-Range Neural Synchrony in Behavior

08-Jul-2015 | Alexander Z. Harris; Joshua A. Gordon, Annual Review of Neuroscience, 2015

Long-range synchrony between distant brain regions accompanies multiple forms of behavior. This review compares and contrasts the methods by which long-range synchrony is evaluated in both humans and model animals. Three examples of behaviorally relevant long-range synchrony are discussed in ...

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Engaging novice researchers in the process and culture of science using a “Pass‐the‐Problem” case strategy

07-Jul-2015 | Harold B. White, David C. Usher, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 2015

Abstract Undergraduates having their first research experience frequently have little idea of what to expect. Institutions offering summer research experiences attempt to address this issue through programs that introduce students to the process and culture of science. However, didactic ...

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Associations of pain and depression with marital status in patients diagnosed with Parkinson's disease

03-Jul-2015 | A. Q. Rana, A. R. M. Qureshi, A. Mumtaz, I. Abdullah, A. Jesudasan, K. K. Hafez, M. A. Rana, Acta Neurologica Scandinavica, 2015

Background Depression and pain are significant clinical problems that are comorbid with Parkinson's disease (PD). However, the relationship of these variables with the marital status of patients with PD has not been explored in previous studies. Therefore, the goal of this study was to assess ...

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[Book Review] Facing our fears

03-Jul-2015 | Stephen Maren, Science , 2015

In Anxious, renowned neuroscientist Joseph LeDoux tackles the neural origins of fear and anxiety with an eye to developing empirically informed treatments for anxiety disorders. In a significant departure from his earlier views on the neural underpinnings of fear, LeDoux carves the emotional ...

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Inferences of Others' Competence Reduces Anticipation of Pain When under Threat

23-Jun-2015 | Ellen Tedeschi; Jochen Weber; Charlotte Prévost; Walter Mischel; Dean Mobbs, Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 2015

On a daily basis, we place our lives into the hands of strangers. From dentists to pilots, we make inferences about their competence to perform their jobs and consequently to keep us from harm. Here we explore whether the perceived competence of others can alter one's anticipation of pain. In two ...

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Neurodevelopmental variability in three young girls with a rare chromosomal disorder, 48, XXXX

18-Jun-2015 | Carole Samango‐Sprouse, Colleen Keen, Francie Mitchell, Teresa Sadeghin, Andrea Gropman, American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A, 2015

Fourty eight, XXXX is a rare chromosomal aneuploidy associated with neurocognitive deficits, speech and language disorders and executive dysfunction but the scarcity and variability of reported cases limit our understanding of the 48, XXXX phenotype. To our knowledge, this is the first study to ...

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On the role of NOS1 ex1f‐VNTR in ADHD—allelic, subgroup, and meta‐analysis

18-Jun-2015 | Heike Weber, Sarah Kittel‐Schneider, Julia Heupel, Lena Weißflog, Lindsey Kent, Florian Freudenberg, Aet Alttoa, Ant ..., American Journal of Medical Genetics Part B: Neuropsychiatric Genetics, 2015

Attention deficit/ hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a heritable neurodevelopmental disorder featuring complex genetics with common and rare variants contributing to disease risk. In a high proportion of cases, ADHD does not remit during adolescence but persists into adulthood. Several studies ...

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