brain

(redirected from forebrain)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
See: intellect
References in periodicals archive ?
17,25) One recent study identified that only HS was associated with basal forebrain TDP-43 pathology, (26) whereas no significant association was seen with TDP-43 pathology in this region and either early AD or LBD pathologies.
Neurons from spheroids resembling tissue in the lower forebrain region are seen migrating to create cortex circuitry with neurons from spheroids resembling tissue in the upper region.
BCCAo has been reported to decrease the expression of ChAT, an enzyme for Ach synthesis, in the basal forebrain of rats (Choi et al.
High-voltage-activated calcium currents in basal forebrain neurons during aging.
Mice were euthanized by cervical dislocation and forebrain (without olfactory bulb) and cerebellum were dissected into 0.
All observations made by researchers indicate that fear behaviours are controlled in the forebrain at the level of the dorsomedial prefrontal cortex.
It was news to me that bellbirds are brighter then you think and that the kiwi has a huge forebrain, so our image of the national emblem as slightly dim, needs to be revised.
Research suggests that both brain structures derive from embryonic cells at the base of the developing forebrain and, that, despite the major differences between species, their respective constitutions and specifications derive from similar genetic programs.
Explaining their results, Shinichi Hirose said, "From research with mice we believed that SCN1A mutations affect GABAergic neurons in the forebrain from signaling properly.
When transplanted into a strain of mice that does not reject human tissue, the human MGE-like cells survived within the rodent forebrain, integrated into the brain by forming connections with rodent nerve cells, and matured into specialized subtypes of interneurons.
A) A control embryo shows normal development of the forebrain (FB), midbrain (MB), hindbrain (HB), eye (E), heart (H), fore limb buds (FL), and hind limb buds (HL).
Anticipatory stress responses are largely controlled by limbic forebrain structures, such as the hippocampus, medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC), and amygdala (see Ulrich-Lai and Herman 2009).