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Calcium activation of frequency dependent temporally phasic, localized, and dense population of cortical neurons by continuous electrical stimulation

June 7, 2018

The dynamic duo of Kip Ludwig and TK Kozai are at it again – continuously stimulating things just to see what will happen to dense populations of neurons (preprint).

bioRxiv

Bioelectronic Medicine

New device could allow people with disabilities to live more independently, enhance their quality of life

Originally posted February 2018

Excellent work by Marcie Bockbrader.  She has done a great job adding to and expanding on work contributed by Chad Bouton, Gaurav Sharma, David Friedenberg, Nicholas Annetta, Ali Rezai, and the rest of the team.

News Medical Life Sciences

Bioelectronic Medicine

Electrical stimulation of renal nerves for modulating urine glucose excretion in rats

Originally posted June 2, 2018

Tim Bruns et al ‘show that stimulation of renal nerves may modulate urine glucose excretion.’  Read the full story at #BioelectronicMedicine

Bioelectronic Medicine

Bioelectronic Medicine

How long would you like to dream?

One of the known issues with long distance space travel, is the length of time its going to take to get anywhere. Currently the ETA for a flight to Mars is about 6 months, and beyond the Moon, thats about as close as we can get in terms of space travel. 480 more words

OMD

Electrical Brain Stimulation Has Been Shown to Enhance Memory Recall

Scientists (Kucewicz et al., 2018) have discovered that direct stimulation of the human brain can increase sensory and motor perceptions, as well as enhance verbal memory recall. 241 more words

Psychology

Electrical Stimulation Works as Add-On in Bipolar Depression

Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) is a safe and effective add-on therapy for type I or II bipolar depression, researchers found.

In an intention-to-treat analysis of 52 patients in the randomized, double-blind, Bipolar Depression Electrical Treatment Trial (BETTER), active tDCS had significantly greater antidepressive effects than a sham procedure (differential effect size of −1.68 with a number needed to treat of 5.8,  565 more words

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