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Wang et al. show that parkinsonian defects can be reversed and disease progression halted, even when treatment is started after more than 30% of dopaminergic neurons have been lost.
 
Cheng, Rolls et al. map whole-brain voxel-based resting-state functional connectivity in 418 people with autism and 509 matched typically developing controls.
 
Bedner et al. use a range of techniques including EEG/video monitoring and fate mapping to propose a causal role for astrocyte dysfunction in the aetiology of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy with sclerosis.

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