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Aujourd'hui @lemondefr publie pas 1 mais 3 articles sous la plume de @pascale_santi dont celui infra, qui est le plus long.
Faut-il se réjouir de cet apparent regain d'intérêt pour ces malades que les autorités préfèrent invisibiliser ?
Malheureusement non
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Si d'aucun, comme @m_gasnier, #psychiatre à l'@Hopital_Bicetre y voient un article "très clair et didactique ... qui évoque entre autres [les] travaux sur les aspects psys de cette pathologie" auquel il a collaboré, je dénonce au contraire le fait que la journaliste ait remis
une pièce dans la machine avec la #polémiqueJAMA déclenchée au printemps 2021 suite à la publication dans cette revue d'une étude de cohorte évaluant les symptômes résiduels chez 478 patients 4 mois après leur hospitalisation pour #covid19 (…), étude
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A short thread on a recent publication from @HiyaaLab, in Translational Psychiatry. The study shows that the dendritic structure & electrical properties of adult neurons in healthy brains depend on proactive regulation by the gene Tcf4, a high risk allele for #Schizophrenia.
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The #research reveals unexpected gene-networks, previously known to be involved in ciliary pathways, underlie #structural and #functional integrity of mature neurons in the healthy adult brain.
Given that the elaborate #dendrites & spines enable a neuron’s physical and electrical connectivity in a #neural circuit, alteration in the structure disrupts neuronal function, affecting the circuits and #cognition. 3/7
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Daily Bookmarks to GAVNet 07/01/2021…
Five ways to ensure flood-risk research helps the most vulnerable…

#research #ClimateChange #flooding #resilience #demographics
Neurons Act Not As Simple Logic Gates, But As Complex, Multi-Unit Processing Systems…

#neurons #dendrites #behavior #nodes #MultiUnit #ProcessingSystems
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Hello #dendrites friends! Check out our new paper, published at @NatureComms : "Challenging the point neuron dogma: FS basket cells as 2-stage neural networks.…
Briefly, we predicted through #computational simulations that the #dendrites of #Fast_spiking #interneurons in #Hippocampal #CA3 and #PFC areas come in two #nonlinear flavors: Supralinear and sublinear!
This bimodal nonlinear behavior is determined by differences in the morphology (volume) of the dendritc branches. These differences can causally enable or prohibit the existence of #sodium_spikes. Interestingly, both types coexist in all model neurons tested!
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