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Items Tagged ‘Gregory Worrell’

August 6, 2020

Calcium Signaling in Microglia: Implications for Brain Diseases?

By Sara Tiner Sara Tiner

Calcium helps nerves and muscles “fire,” signaling cells to do something like contract a muscle or release a neurotransmitter in the brain. But in one type of brain cell, microglia, this calcium signaling seemed absent. Researchers have long wondered why microglia don’t seem to rely on calcium signaling and now, with a recent publication in […]

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Tags: animal model, Anthony Umpierre, basic science, calcium, cell signaling, discovery research, Gregory Worrell, Long-Jun Wu, neurology, neurosciences, Yanlu Ying


October 4, 2018

Pet Project: Using AI to forecast and prevent epileptic seizures

By Advancing the Science contributor Advancing the Science contributor

If you’re in California and see a dog outfitted in a snazzy vest with an electronic tablet, Spot, Fido or Lassie just might be participating in a Mayo Clinic epilepsy trial. Mayo Clinic and Medtronic are developing a next-generation epilepsy therapeutics platform that integrates brain implants with local and distributing computing environments to continuously chronicle brain […]

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Tags: artificial intelligence, Benjamin Brinkmann, brain, epilepsy, Gregory Worrell, Jamie Van Gompel, neurology


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