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Single-cell analysis of two heart failure mouse models leads us to investigate the role of exosomes during pathological hypertrophic remodeling.
Genome-wide association study of varicose veins identifies a protective missense variant in GJD3 enriched in the Finnish population
Uncinate processes, lever-like structures attached to the ribs, may have helped many dinosaurs breathe a little easier
We used tell-tale markings on ribs to show that uncinate processes were widespread in dinosaurs and their relatives, and likely represent an ancient adaptation for improved respiration that was ultimately inherited by birds. Blog post by Yan-yin Wang, with contributions from Leon P. A. M. Claessens and Corwin Sullivan.
How amygdala plays in obsessive-compulsive disorder: Magnetic resonance imaging reveals a specific role of amygdala subregions
Accumulating evidence show amygdala involved in obsessive-compulsive disorder(OCD). Prior studies typically examined the amygdala as a homogeneous structure. Here we segment the amygdala with connectivity-based parcellation approach and suggest disorganized amygdala subregional networks in OCD.