Volume 35, Issue. 3, June, 2019


Reviews

Illuminating the Activated Brain: Emerging Activity-Dependent Tools to Capture and Control Functional Neural Circuits
Qiye He • Jihua Wang • Hailan Hu
2019, 35(3): 369-377   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Method

Rapid and Sparse Labeling of Neurons Based on the Mutant Virus-Like Particle of Semliki Forest Virus
Fan Jia • Xutao Zhu • Pei Lv • Liang Hu • Qing Liu • Sen Jin• Fuqiang Xu
2019, 35(3): 378-388   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

High-Throughput Automatic Training System for Spatial Working Memory in Free-Moving Mice
Shimin Zou • Chengyu Tony Li
2019, 35(3): 389-400   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Gait Assessment of Pain and Analgesics: Comparison of the DigiGaitTM and CatWalkTM Gait Imaging Systems
Yu Xu • Na-Xi Tian• Qing-Yang Bai • Qi Chen• Xiao-Hong Sun• Yun Wang
2019, 35(3): 401-418   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

A Two-Step GRIN Lens Coating for In Vivo Brain Imaging
Yupeng Yang • Lifeng Zhang • Zhenni Wang • Bo Liang • Giovanni Barbera • Casey Moffitt • Yun Li • Da-Ting Lin
2019, 35(3): 419-424   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Long-term Fiber Photometry for Neuroscience Studies
Yi Li • Zhixiang Liu • Qingchun Guo • Minmin Luo
2019, 35(3): 425-433   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Original Articles

Shikimic Acid Promotes Oligodendrocyte Precursor Cell Differentiation and Accelerates Remyelination in Mice
Fengfeng Lu • Dou Yin • Yingyan Pu• Weili Liu • Zhenghao Li •Qi Shao • Cheng He • Li Cao
2019, 35(3): 434-446   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

The Glutamatergic Postrhinal Cortex–Ventrolateral Orbitofrontal Cortex Pathway Regulates Spatial Memory Retrieval
Xinyang Qi • Zhanhong Jeff Du • Lin Zhu • Xuemei Liu • Hua Xu • Zheng Zhou • Cheng Zhong • Shijiang Li • Liping Wang • Zhijun Zhang
2019, 35(3): 447-460   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Effect of Gastrodin on Early Brain Injury and Neurological Outcome After Subarachnoid Hemorrhage in Rats
Xinzhi Wang • Shuyue Li • Jinbang Ma • Chuangang Wang • Anzhong Chen•Zhenxue Xin • Jianjun Zhang
2019, 35(3): 461-470   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Up-Regulation of Trem2 Inhibits Hippocampal Neuronal Apoptosis and Alleviates Oxidative Stress in Epilepsy via the PI3K/Akt Pathway in Mice
Ai-Hua Liu• Min Chu • Yu-Ping Wang
2019, 35(3): 471-485   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

MicroRNA-132 in the Adult Dentate Gyrus is Involved in Opioid Addiction Via Modifying the Differentiation of Neural Stem Cells
Meng Jia • Xuewei Wang • Haolin Zhang • Can Ye • Hui Ma • Mingda Yang • Yijing Li • Cailian Cui
2019, 35(3): 486-496   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Neuroligins Differentially Mediate Subtype-Specific Synapse Formation in Pyramidal Neurons and Interneurons
Qiang-Qiang Xia • Jing Xu • Tai-Lin Liao • Jie Yu• Lei Shi • Jun Xia • Jian-Hong Luo• Junyu Xu
2019, 35(3): 497-506   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Enhancement of T Follicular Helper Cell-Mediated Humoral Immunity Reponses During Development of Experimental Autoimmune Myasthenia Gravis
Ying-Zhe Cui• Si-Ying Qu • Lu-Lu Chang • Jia-Rui Zhao • Lili Mu • Bo Sun • Hu-Lun Li• Tong-Shuai Zhang • Guang-You Wang • Qing-Fei Kong
2019, 35(3): 507-518   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Letter to the Editor

T188K-Familial Creutzfeldt–Jacob Disease, Predominant Among Chinese, has a Reactive Pattern in CSF RT-QuIC Different from D178N-Fatal Familial Insomnia and E200K-Familial CJD
Kang Xiao • Qi Shi• Wei Zhou • Bao-Yun Zhang • Yuan Wang • Cao Chen • Yue Ma• Chen Gao• Xiao-Ping Dong
2019, 35(3): 519-521   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Letters to the Editor

Abnormal Brain Structure and Function in First-Episode Childhood- and Adolescence-Onset Schizophrenia: Association with Clinical Symptoms
Yanhong Xia • Dan Lv • Yinghui Liang • Haisan Zhang • Keyang Pei • Rongrong Shao • Yali Li• Yan Zhang • Yuling Li • Jinghua Guo • Luxian Lv • Suqin Guo
2019, 35(3): 522-526   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Reviews

Spinal Cord Stimulation for Pain Treatment After Spinal Cord Injury
Qian Huang • Wanru Duan • Eellan Sivanesan • Shuguang Liu • Fei Yang • Zhiyong Chen • Neil C. Ford • Xueming Chen • Yun Guan
2019, 35(3): 527-539   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Expression and Function of Zinc-α2-Glycoprotein
Xin Wei • Xi Liu • Changhong Tan • Lijuan Mo • Hui Wang • Xi Peng • Fen Deng • Lifeng Chen*
2019, 35(3): 540-550   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Pericyte Plasticity in the Brain
Gabryella S. P. Santos • Luiz A. V. Magno • Marco A. Romano-Silva • Akiva Mintz • Alexander Birbrair
2019, 35(3): 551-560   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Pharmacogenetic Correlates of Antipsychotic-Induced Weight Gain in the Chinese Population
Chao Luo • Junyan Liu • Xu Wang • Xiaoyuan Mao • Honghao Zhou • Zhaoqian Liu
2019, 35(3): 561-580   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]


Volume 35, Issue. 3, June, 2019

About the cover

Virus-based tools have been used extensively in the neuroscience community. A single neuron projects long-range from one region to others, which receive instructions and send information to execute different tasks. While sparse labeling of neurons contributes to uncovering their morphology, the rapid expression of fluorescent proteins shortens the experimental period. In this issue, Jia et al. describe a tool for the rapid and sparse labeling of neurons based on a mutant virus-like particle of Semliki Forest virus. The cover imagines the old sorcerer (Taishang Laojun) using an alchemical furnace to modify viruses to serve as viral tools (elixirs). Then, these elixirs are eaten by his bull (animal models) whose neurons are sparsely labeled. (Cover image provided by Dr. Fan Jia).