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Synonyms for forebrain

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In human, the embryonic patterning affects all brain regions from then forebrain through the spinal column, such that by the end of the embryonic period primitive patterning of sensorimotor regions within the neocortex is established (Bishop et al., 2000), major compartments within diencephalic and midbrain regions have differentiated (Kiecker & Lumsden, 2004; Nakamura et al., 2005), and the segmental organization of the hindbrain and spinal column have been specified (Gavalas et al., 2003).
Bilateral common carotid artery occlusion (BCCAO) was performed to establish the forebrain ischemia model as previously described (17).
Language processing showed up in the forebrain alongside visual processing, as well as pretty much all the other cognitive functions that contribute to making humans dominant on Earth--analysis, creativity, emotion, math, consciousness.
(22-24) TDP-43 pathology was previously recognized as a feature of hippocampal pathology in patients with HSaging, (25) but it is now recognized as extending outside of the hippocampus in HS-aging to involve other regions of the limbic system (18,25) and basal forebrain. (26) Hippocampal sclerosis of aging has also been associated with pancerebral arteriolosclerosis, (27,28) consistent with earlier suggestions that vascular disease may be an important contributor to this condition.
Although FGF8 and SHH determine DA phenotype, the regional identity of the DA neurons (forebrain or midbrain phenotypes) can be specified under a chemical-defined media composition.
It was found that abundant SNAP-25-positive glutamatergic neurons were detected in the cerebral cortex of Ctrl mice, whereas little staining was found in those of cKOs, confirming that SNAP-25 was inactivated in forebrain glutamatergic neurons (Figures 1(d), 1(e), 1(f), 1(g), 1(h), 1(i), 1(j), and 1(k)).
Scientifically called the mesencephalon, it is the portion of the brain stem that connects the forebrain and the hind brain.
Furthermore, GBE treatment restored the ChAT expression in the basal forebrain following BCCAo.
* Prosencephalon disease, which is damage to the forebrain and thalamus, the part of the brain responsible for transmitting sensory impulses.
* Prosencephalon disease, in which the forebrain and thalamus--the part of the brain responsible for transmitting sensory impulses--are affected
To do justice to our superior forebrain we should go forward with our eyes open.
Human brain comprises on three major parts; forebrain, midbrain and hindbrain.
Older age predicted tau deposition in the medial temporal lobe and in the basal forebrain and insula, the investigators found.
It also normalized the formation of new neurons in the hippocampus and protected basal forebrain cholinergic neurons, which normally atrophy in this disorder by midlife--part of the brain changes related to the onset of Alzheimer's.