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Ketamine Lifts Depression via a Byproduct of its Metabolism

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A chemical byproduct, or metabolite, created as the body breaks down likely holds the secret to its rapid antidepressant action .

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Circuit for Experience-Informed Decision-Making ID’d in Rats

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Scientists have discovered secrets of how the brain recalls experiences of being in a particular location in making informed choices.

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Schizophrenia’s Strongest Known Genetic Risk Deconstructed

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Versions of a gene linked to schizophrenia may trigger runaway pruning of the teenage brain’s still-maturing communications infrastructure.The gene switched on more in people with the suspect versions, who faced a higher risk of developing the disorder.

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Blog, Video Spotlight NIMH Neuroscience Trainee

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A recent NIH Director’s Blog and Lab TV video feature a young neuroscientist whose discoveries as a graduate student – about a key maternal behavior – were supported, in part, by a NIMH training grant.

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Our Brain’s Secrets to Success?

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We owe our success -- both as a species and as individuals – to uniquely human brain wiring that is just now beginning to be understood, thanks to the BRAIN Initiative and the Human Connectome Project.

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A Patient’s Budding Cortex -- in a Dish?

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Scientists have perfected mini cultured 3-D structures that grow and function much like the outer mantle – the key working tissue, or cortex – of the brain of the person from whom they were derived.

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GTEx Findings Reveal New Insights into how DNA Differences Influence Gene Activity, Disease Susceptibility

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Data resource begins to reveal how genetic variability influences key tissues in health and disease.

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Brain Circuitry for Positive vs Negative Memories Discovered in Mice

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Neuroscientists have discovered brain circuitry for encoding positive and negative learned associations in mice.

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NIH Announces Follow that Cell Challenge Finalists

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NIH has selected 5 prize winners and 11 finalists in Phase 1 of its Follow that Cell Challenge, which aims to develop new ways to predict the behavior and function of a single cell in complex tissue over time.

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Disorders Share Risk Gene Pathways for Immune, Epigenetic Regulation

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Risk genes for different mental disorders work through same pathways

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