Increased oxidation of iron, RNA and dystrophic microglia in the brains of older male marmosets
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A little monkey that helps to better understand the aging of humans
Human life expectancy is gradually increasing while healthy life expectancy tends to stagnate. Aging is accompanied by a multitude of impairments of brain functions such as attention, memory and all the executive functions that guarantee the person’s cognitive autonomy.
A model explains how the early development of depth perception depends on our environment.
is our sensory perception innate or acquired ? In order to better understand how the neural mechanisms underlying our visual perception, and in particular depth perception, are established from birth, a team of researchers from the Cerco laboratory (Tushar Chauhan, Timothée Masquelier, Alexandre Montlibert and Benoit Cottereau) has used computer models based on artificial neural networks.
Waves in the brain
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