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Defeat Brain Fog With New Neurons - A Review of Neurogenesis

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Jan 28 2024, 10:34 am

A new book “The Indoctrinated Mind” does a deep dive into hippocampus and its functions.



Jan 27 2024, 10:05 pm

Thank you. I will check.



Jan 13 2024, 5:56 pm

Great presentation and I agree that this information is hard to find in one place if at all in one simple lecture. Thanks Dr. Been. How do I get CME credits? Thanks again!



Jan 24 2024, 5:32 pm

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Defeat Brain Fog With New Neurons | A Review of Neurogenesis for Long COVID

And, more sex for more neurons. Let's review the exciting science of neurogenesis.

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URL list from Thursday, Jun. 23 2022 

You can grow new brain cells. Here's how | Sandrine Thuret - YouTube

A hypothalamic boost for neurogenesis | Nature Reviews Neuroscience

Robust adult neurogenesis in the primate hippocampus | Nature Neuroscience

Hypothalamic modulation of adult hippocampal neurogenesis in mice confers activity-dependent regulation of memory and anxiety-like behavior | Nature Neuroscience

Single-nucleus sequencing finds no adult hippocampal neurogenesis in humans | Nature Neuroscience

Diet and depression: exploring the biological mechanisms of action | Molecular Psychiatry

Stress and adolescent hippocampal neurogenesis: diet and exercise as cognitive modulators | Translational Psychiatry

Running increases cell proliferation and neurogenesis in the adult mouse dentate gyrus | Nature Neuroscience

Running increases cell proliferation and neurogenesis in the adult mouse dentate gyrus | Nature Neuroscience

Neurogenesis in the adult human hippocampus | Nature Medicine

Professor Sandrine Thuret Dr. rer. nat. FHEA

Sandrine Thuret: How Can Adults Grow New Brain Cells? : NPR

Hippocampus in health and disease: An overview

Frontiers | Beyond the Hippocampus and the SVZ: Adult Neurogenesis Throughout the Brain | Cellular Neuroscience

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