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Cohen et al. show that increased abundance of smaller amyloid-β42 particles with unique structural characteristics correlates with rapid disease progression, implying prion-like amyloid-β42 strains with differing toxicities and propagation rates.
 
Lin et al. show that RNAi knockdown of regulators of voltage-gated sodium channel splicing reduces seizure duration in Drosophila, suggesting that targeting splicing could improve epilepsy control.
 
Perentos et al. validate the ovine model by revealing in vivo EEG abnormalities similar to those in affected children, and discuss the advantages of using sheep for studying progressive neurodegenerative diseases.

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Comparing language outcomes in monolingual and bilingual stroke patients

Hope et al. compare language outcomes in monolingual and bilingual stroke patients, and find that prognostic models based on monolingual data alone overestimate language skills in bilingual patients. Both groups seem sensitive to damage in the same brain regions, but bilinguals appear more sensitive to that damage than monolinguals.

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Hidenori Yamasue discusses how oxytocin could potentially form the basis of a treatment for some of the social impairments in ASD.

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