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Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience

Our brain is our most complex and fascinating organ. Our brain is responsible for everything we do, think and experience. What mechanisms lie hidden within those one hundred billion nerve cells, linked by one hundred thousand kilometers of connections? The scientists of the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience are working to answer these questions.

Publications

Lohmann Group

Alexandra H Leighton, C. Lohmann The Wiring of Developing Sensory Circuits-From Patterned Spontaneous Activity to Synaptic Plasticity Mechanisms Frontiers in Neural Circuits 10 (2016) 71 Download

Huitinga Group

J. Melief, J.W. Koper, E. Endert, H. Moller, J. Hamann, B.M. Uitdehaag, I. Huitinga Glucocorticoid receptor haplotypes conferring increased sensitivity (Bcll and N363S) are associated with faster progression of multiple sclerosis. Journal of neuroimmunology 299 (2016) 84-89

Van Someren Group

Yishul Wei, Jennifer R Ramautar, Michele A Colombo, Diederick Stoffers, Germán Gómez-Herrero, Wisse P van der Meijden, Bart H W Te Lindert, Ysbrand D van der Werf, Eus J W Van Someren I Keep a Close Watch On This Heart of Mine: Increased Interoception in Insomnia Sleep (2016)

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