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Sleep heart rate variability assists the automatic prediction of long-term cardiovascular outcomes.
OBJECTIVE We aimed to investigate the association between sleep HRV and long-term cardiovascular disease (CVD) outcomes, and further explore whether HRV features can assist the automatic CVDExpand
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Effects of negative mood state on event-related potentials of restrained eating subgroups during an inhibitory control task
Negative mood states are hypothesized to increase the risk for overeating among restrained eaters. However, neurophysiological features of inhibitory control during negative mood states amongExpand
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Determination of Recognition Threshold and Just Noticeable Difference in the Sensory Perception of Pungency of Zanthoxylum bangeanum
Zanthoxylum bungeanum, also called the Szechuan pepper, is a pungent-flavored spice. Together with the chili pepper, it constitutes the typical flavor of famous Chinese Szechuan cuisine. With theExpand
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CCK-8S increases the firing frequency of CCK-positive neurons and facilitates excitatory synaptic transmission in primary rat hippocampal neurons
The neuropeptide cholecystokinin octapeptide (CCK) is involved in a variety of brain functions. In the hippocampus, most CCK is released from CCK-positive (CCK+) neurons, but the effects of CCK onExpand
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CCK-8S increased the filopodia and spines density in cultured hippocampal neurons of APP/PS1 and wild-type mice
Cholecystokinin (CCK), a neuropeptide, is widely distributed in the brain. The function of CCK is involved in many brain functions including learning and memory, but the cellular mechanism is poorlyExpand
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The Distributions of Voltage-Gated K+ current Subtypes in Different Cell Sizes from Adult Mouse Dorsal Root Ganglia
Voltage-gated K+ (KV) currents play a crucial role in regulating pain by controlling neuronal excitability, and are divided into transient A-type currents (IA) and delayed rectifier currents (IK).Expand
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Changes in EEG Permutation Entropy in the evening and in the transition from wake to sleep.
Quantifying the complexity of the EEG signal during prolonged wakefulness and during sleep is gaining interest as an additional mean to characterize the mechanisms associated with sleep andExpand
Selective attentional biases towards a self-related facial feature among orthognathic patients.
The present study aimed to determine what kind of face and which area of the face (eyes or mouth) rapidly capture attention among patients with dentomaxillofacial deformities (DDs). In the presentExpand
Neurocognitive Correlates of Food-Related Response Inhibition in Overweight/Obese Adults
Response inhibition is thought to play a critical role in the manifestation and maintenance of obesity. The study aimed to investigate the behavioral and neural correlates of food-related responseExpand