All Relations between hippocampus and Thalamus

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Gabriela Hossu, Luca Fantin, Céline Charroud, Jacques Felblinger, Muriel Jacquot, Hadrien Ceyt. Neural mechanisms of odour imagery induced by non-figurative visual cues. Neuropsychologia. 2024-02-19. PMID:38373518. our findings reveal that the use of non-figurative coloured arrangements during odour imagery solicits olfactory and non-olfactory brain regions (orbitofrontal cortex, insula, hippocampus, thalamus, dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and supplementary motor area), which are mainly involved in olfactory processing and multimodal integration. 2024-02-19 2024-02-22 Not clear
Jie Cui, Filip Mivalt, Vladimir Sladky, Jiwon Kim, Thomas J Richner, Brian N Lundstrom, Jamie J Van Gompel, Hai-Long Wang, Kai J Miller, Nicholas Gregg, Long Jun Wu, Timothy Denison, Bailey Winter, Benjamin H Brinkmann, Vaclav Kremen, Gregory A Worrel. Acute to long-term characteristics of impedance recordings during neurostimulation in humans. medRxiv : the preprint server for health sciences. 2024-02-12. PMID:38343858. this study aims to characterize the time course of impedance, a crucial electrophysiological property of brain tissue, in the human thalamus (thl), amygdala-hippocampus (amg-hpc), and posterior hippocampus (post-hpc) over an extended period. 2024-02-12 2024-02-15 human
Lijing Niu, Xiaoqi Song, Qian Li, Lanxin Peng, Haowei Dai, Jiayuan Zhang, Keyin Chen, Tatia M C Lee, Ruibin Zhan. Age-related positive emotional reactivity decline associated with the anterior insula based resting-state functional connectivity. Human brain mapping. vol 45. issue 2. 2024-02-10. PMID:38339823. the results showed that the rsfc of the left anterior insula (ai) with the right hippocampus, and the rsfcs of the right ai with the striatum and the thalamus were mediated the relationship between positive emotional reactivity and age. 2024-02-10 2024-02-12 human
Marcelo Arancibia, Camila Vargas, Maximiliano Abarca, Javier Fernández, Daniela Peña, Ulises Ríos, Álvaro Caviere. [Putative mechanisms of action of electronvulsive therapy in affective disorders, a review]. Revista medica de Chile. vol 151. issue 3. 2024-01-31. PMID:38293881. likewise, some structures and circuits consistently involved at the morphological and functional level are the default mode network, cognitive control networks, frontal, temporal, cingulate, occipital and temporal cortices, frontal, temporal, precentral, fusiform and left angular gyri, hippocampus, thalamus and amygdala. 2024-01-31 2024-02-02 Not clear
Daphne Nakhid, Darpal Patel, Carly A McMorris, W Ben Gibbard, Christina Tortorelli, Jacqueline Pei, Catherine Lebe. Limbic brain subregions associated with mental health symptoms in youth with and without prenatal alcohol exposure. Alcohol, clinical & experimental research. vol 47. issue 11. 2024-01-16. PMID:38226747. limbic brain structures such as the hippocampus, thalamus, and amygdala often exhibit smaller volumes in youth with pae, and similar volume reductions are observed in unexposed youth with symptoms of depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, and schizophrenia. 2024-01-16 2024-01-18 Not clear
Anna-Isabella S Hijman, Flavia M Wehrle, Beatrice Latal, Cornelia F Hagmann, Ruth L O'Gorma. Cerebral perfusion differences are linked to executive function performance in very preterm-born children and adolescents. NeuroImage. 2023-12-22. PMID:38135171. most of these regions were located in the right hemisphere and included regions like the thalamus and hippocampus, which are known to play a role in executive functioning and can be affected by prematurity. 2023-12-22 2023-12-25 Not clear
Michal Rivlin, Or Perlman, Gil Navo. Metabolic brain imaging with glucosamine CEST MRI: in vivo characterization and first insights. Scientific reports. vol 13. issue 1. 2023-12-12. PMID:38086821. following intravenous glcn administration in mice, cest brain signals calculated by magnetization transfer ratio asymmetry (mtrasym) analysis, were significantly elevated, mainly in the cortex, hippocampus, and thalamus. 2023-12-12 2023-12-17 mouse
Xun Yang, Yuan Song, Yuhan Zou, Yilin Li, Jianguang Zen. Neural correlates of prediction error in patients with schizophrenia: evidence from an fMRI meta-analysis. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 2023-12-07. PMID:38061699. our meta-analysis showed that, relative to healthy controls, schizophrenia patients showed increased activity in the precentral gyrus and middle frontal gyrus and reduced activity in the mesolimbic circuit, including the striatum, thalamus, amygdala, hippocampus, anterior cingulate cortex, insula, superior temporal gyrus, and cerebellum, when processing prediction errors. 2023-12-07 2023-12-17 Not clear
Jocelyn Arthun, Sebastian Aldaz, Pete Hayes, John S Roberts, Lisa E Olso. Volume of the thalamus and hypothalamus in the Ts1Rhr and Ms1Rhr mouse models relevant to Down syndrome. microPublication biology. vol 2023. 2023-12-01. PMID:38021171. magnetic resonance imaging (mri) has revealed characteristic volumetric changes in the brains of humans with down syndrome such as reductions in the cerebellum, hippocampus, and brain stem, and increases in the ventricles and thalamus. 2023-12-01 2023-12-07 human
Xinghao Wang, Zaimin Zhu, Jing Sun, Li Jia, Linkun Cai, Qian Chen, Wenbo Yang, Yiling Wang, Yufan Zhang, Sihui Guo, Wenjuan Liu, Zhenghan Yang, Pengfei Zhao, Zhenchang Wang, Han L. Changes in iron load in specific brain areas lead to neurodegenerative diseases of the central nervous system. Progress in neuro-psychopharmacology & biological psychiatry. 2023-11-30. PMID:38036035. however, a reduced iron load was identified in the right and left caudate for multiple sclerosis, the bilateral hippocampus for mixed vascular dementia and the left thalamus and bilateral accumbens for subcortical vascular dementia. 2023-11-30 2023-12-10 Not clear
Jocelyn Arthun, Sebastian Aldaz, Pete Hayes, John S Roberts, Lisa E Olso. Volume of the thalamus and hypothalamus in the Ts1Rhr and Ms1Rhr mouse models relevant to Down syndrome. microPublication biology. vol 2023. 2023-12-01. PMID:38021171. magnetic resonance imaging (mri) has revealed characteristic volumetric changes in the brains of humans with down syndrome such as reductions in the cerebellum, hippocampus, and brain stem, and increases in the ventricles and thalamus. 2023-11-29 2023-12-07 human
Laura Stone McGuire, Fady T Charbe. A Narrative Review of Techniques for Surgical Revascularization of the Extracranial Vertebral Artery in Vertebrobasilar Insufficiency. Neuro-Chirurgie. 2023-11-25. PMID:38007180. vertebrobasilar insufficiency is a condition characterized by poor blood flow through the posterior circulation of the brain, which supplies the brainstem, thalamus, hippocampus, cerebellum, occipital lobes, and medial temporal lobes. 2023-11-25 2023-11-28 Not clear
Shashank Shekhar, Katherine J Wert, Helmut Kräme. Visual impairment cell non-autonomously dysregulates brain-wide proteostasis. bioRxiv : the preprint server for biology. 2023-11-14. PMID:37961457. cytosolic condensates of p62 and atf4 were also evident in the thalamus and hippocampus of mouse models of congenital or degenerative blindness. 2023-11-14 2023-11-20 mouse
Laura Stone McGuire, Fady T Charbe. A narrative review of techniques for surgical revascularization of the extracranial vertebral artery in vertebrobasilar insufficiency. Neuro-Chirurgie. vol 70. issue 1. 2023-11-11. PMID:37951009. vertebrobasilar insufficiency is a condition characterized by poor blood flow through the posterior circulation of the brain, which supplies the brainstem, thalamus, hippocampus, cerebellum, occipital lobes, and medial temporal lobes. 2023-11-11 2023-11-20 Not clear
Veronika Purrer, Emily Pohl, Julia M Lueckel, Valeri Borger, Malte Sauer, Alexander Radbruch, Ullrich Wüllner, Frederic Carsten Schmee. Artificial-intelligence-based MRI brain volumetry in patients with essential tremor and tremor-dominant Parkinson's disease. Brain communications. vol 5. issue 6. 2023-11-10. PMID:37946794. compared with healthy controls, essential tremor and tremor-dominant parkinson's disease patients displayed deviations in the occipital lobes, hippocampus, putamen, pallidum and mesencephalon while essential tremor patients exhibited decreased volumes within the nucleus caudatus and thalamus. 2023-11-10 2023-11-20 Not clear
Yann Vanrobaeys, Zeru J Peterson, Emily N Walsh, Snehajyoti Chatterjee, Li-Chun Lin, Lisa C Lyons, Thomas Nickl-Jockschat, Ted Abe. Spatial transcriptomics reveals unique gene expression changes in different brain regions after sleep deprivation. Nature communications. vol 14. issue 1. 2023-11-05. PMID:37925446. we find that sleep deprivation induced pronounced differences in gene expression across the brain, with the greatest changes in the hippocampus, neocortex, hypothalamus, and thalamus. 2023-11-05 2023-11-08 mouse
Yaşar Türk, İsmail Devecioğlu, Atakan Küskün, Cem Öge, Elmas Beyazyüz, Yakup Albayra. ROI-based analysis of diffusion indices in healthy subjects and subjects with deficit or non-deficit syndrome schizophrenia. Psychiatry research. Neuroimaging. vol 336. 2023-11-05. PMID:37925764. notably, specific rois with reduced fa in schizophrenia patients included bilateral nucleus accumbens, left fusiform area, brain stem, anterior corpus callosum, left rostral and caudal anterior cingulate, right posterior cingulate, left thalamus, left hippocampus, left inferior temporal cortex, right superior temporal cortex, left pars triangularis and right lingual gyrus. 2023-11-05 2023-11-08 human
Baolin Wu, Ying Chen, Xipeng Long, Yuan Cao, Hongsheng Xie, Xiuli Wang, Neil Roberts, Qiyong Gong, Zhiyun Ji. Altered single-subject gray matter structural networks in first-episode drug-naïve adolescent major depressive disorder. Psychiatry research. vol 329. 2023-11-01. PMID:37890406. compared to controls, adolescent mdd patients showed higher nodal centralities in the bilateral cuneus, left lingual gyrus, and right middle occipital gyrus and lower nodal centralities in the bilateral dorsolateral superior frontal gyrus, bilateral middle frontal gyrus, right anterior cingulate and paracingulate gyri, bilateral hippocampus, bilateral amygdala, bilateral caudate nucleus, and bilateral thalamus. 2023-11-01 2023-11-08 human
Neeraj Upadhyay, Annika Spottke, Anja Schneider, Daniel C Hoffmann, Ingo Frommann, Tommaso Ballarini, Klaus Fliessbach, Benjamin Bender, Hauke R Heekeren, John Dylan Haynes, Michael Ewers, Emrah Düzel, Wenzel Glanz, Laura Dobisch, Katharina Buerger, Daniel Janowitz, Johannes Levin, Adrian Danek, Stefan Teipel, Ingo Kilimann, Matthis Synofzik, Carlo Wilke, Oliver Peters, Lukas Preis, Josef Priller, Eike Jakob Spruth, Frank Jessen, Henning Boecke. Fronto-striatal alterations correlate with apathy severity in behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia. Brain imaging and behavior. 2023-10-19. PMID:37855956. significantly decreased cth was observed in the bvftd group in caudal middle frontal gyrus, left pars opercularis, bilateral superior frontal and bilateral middle temporal gyrus along with subcortical volume reductions in bilateral basal ganglia, thalamus, hippocampus, and amygdala. 2023-10-19 2023-11-08 human
Seyedeh Leila Mousavi, Ameneh Rezayof, Sakineh Alijanpour, Ladan Delphi, Oveis Hosseinzadeh Sahaf. Activation of mediodorsal thalamic dopamine receptors inhibited nicotine-induced anxiety in rats: A possible role of corticolimbic NMDA neurotransmission and BDNF expression. Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior. 2023-10-01. PMID:37778541. the present study aimed to evaluate the functional interaction between the dopaminergic and glutamatergic systems of the mediodorsal thalamus (md), the ventral hippocampus (vh), and the prefrontal cortex (pfc) in nicotine-induced anxiogenic-like behaviors. 2023-10-01 2023-10-07 rat