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This study demonstrates a reliable and novel protocol for obtaining SBP and HR from freely moving rats using the tail-cuff method, suitable for deducing both small and substantial changes in blood...

Understanding the connection between brain circuits involved in smell and memory has practical importance, but only if the response patterns are understood. Cinnamon scrolls anyone? 

The aim of this study was to test the performance of a novel shape-memory alloy surgical clip, designed to be delivered by injection though a fine gauge needle.

Researchers discover that simple associative learning is possible during sleep in humans.   

This study investigates cerebral blood flow regulation in professional boxers and finds that repetitive sub-concussive head impact may explain the progressive nature of associated brain injury....

Findings of this study suggest that there is greater flexibility in hypertrophy-specific repetition load ranges than commonly advocated.

Gandolini et al (2012) investigated whether changing running technique or wearing sports shoes might lower the forces exerted on feet and legs during foot-strike. 

In biomedical research human diseases are commonly modeled in rodents such as mice. Their small size, however, poses technical challenges for physiological recordings. This study proposes a new...

If you regularly take time to enjoy the outdoors then chances are you’ll benefit in a number of ways both mentally and physically. This study explores some of the mechanisms responsible for this in a...

Internal anal sphincter muscle tissue was engineered from human smooth muscle cells with a view to investigating viable replacement sphincter tissue for patients with incontinence. 

Cognitive enhancing drugs offer symptomatic relief from mental fatigue and cognitive decline in early-stage brain diseases. This study shows the how a novel cognitive enhancing drug, ST101, exerts...

This study reports on findings that lead-toxicity causes Parkinsonian-like symptoms, which were partly explained through changes in  neuronal firing patterns in a part of the brain called the...

This study investigated whether EEMD-matched filter signal analysis techniques, applied to visual-evoked potentials, would yield improved information transfer rates that would more easily allow a...

Behavioral mimicry is an important element of human social interaction – but what drives it? This study shows that perceived reward has a powerful influence on how we mimic facial expressions in...

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