Volume 36, Issue. 12, December, 2020


Editorial

Tau Accumulation and Defective Autophagy: A Common Pathological Mechanism Underlying Repeat-Expansion-Induced Neurodegenerative Diseases?
Li Song • Luoying Zhang
2020, 36(12): 1411-1413   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Original Articles

Tau Accumulation via Reduced Autophagy Mediates GGGGCC Repeat Expansion-Induced Neurodegeneration in Drosophila Model of ALS
Xue Wen • Ping An • Hexuan Li • Zijian Zhou  • Yimin Sun • Jian Wang • Lixiang Ma • Boxun Lu
2020, 36(12): 1414-1428   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Sex and Death: Identification of Feedback Neuromodulation Balancing Reproduction and Survival
Can Gao • Chao Guo• Qionglin Peng • Jie Cao • Galit Shohat-Ophir •Dong Liu • Yufeng Pan  
2020, 36(12): 1429-1440   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Spinal Cord Stimulation Enhances Microglial Activation in the Spinal Cord of Nerve-Injured Rats
Bin Shu • Shao-Qiu He • Yun Guan
2020, 36(12): 1441-1453   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Fine-Grained Topography and Modularity of the Macaque Frontal Pole Cortex Revealed by Anatomical Connectivity Profiles
Bin He • Long Cao• Xiaoluan Xia • Baogui Zhang • Dan Zhang •Bo You • Lingzhong Fan • Tianzi Jiang
2020, 36(12): 1454-1473   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Genetic Evidence that Dorsal Spinal Oligodendrocyte Progenitor Cells are Capable of Myelinating Ventral Axons Effectively in Mice
Minxi Fang • Qian Yu• Baiyan Ou• Hao Huang• Min Yi• Binghua Xie•Aifen Yang• Mengsheng Qiu• Xiaofeng Xu
2020, 36(12): 1474-1483   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Connexin 36 Mediates Orofacial Pain Hypersensitivity Through GluK2 and TRPA1
Qian Li • Tian-Le Ma• You-Qi Qiu• Wen-Qiang Cui • Teng Chen •Wen-Wen Zhang• Jing Wang• Qi-Liang Mao-Ying• Wen-Li Mi •Yan-Qing Wang• Yu-Xia Chu
2020, 36(12): 1484-1499   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Dual Oxidase Mutant Retards Mauthner-Cell Axon Regenerationat an Early Stage via Modulating Mitochondrial Dynamics in Zebrafish
Lei-Qing Yang• Min Chen • Da-Long Ren• Bing Hu
2020, 36(12): 1500-1512   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Dynamic Variations in Brain Glycogen are Involved in Modulating Isoflurane Anesthesia in Mice
Ze Fan• Zhihao Zhang• Shiyi Zhao• Yuanyuan Zhu • Dong Guo•Bo Yang • Lixia Zhuo• Jiao Han • Rui Wang• Zongping Fang•Hailong Dong• Yan Li• Lize Xiong
2020, 36(12): 1513-1523   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Method

Quantitative Determination of Glymphatic Flow Using Spectrophotofluorometry
Yu Zhang • Jian Song • Xu-Zhong He • Jian Xiong • Rong Xue • Jia-Hao Ge • Shi-Yu Lu• Die Hu• Guo-Xing Zhang • Guang-Yin Xu • Lin-Hui Wang
2020, 36(12): 1524-1537   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Letters to the Editor

Synaptic Adaptation Contributes to Stimulus-Specific Adaptation in the Thalamic Reticular Nucleus
Yu-Ying Zhai • Ryszard Auksztulewicz • Pei-Run Song • Zhi-Hai Sun • Yu-Mei Gong • Xin-Yu Du • Jie He • Xiongjie Yu
2020, 36(12): 1538-1541   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Iron Aggravates the Depressive Phenotype of Stressed Mice by Compromising the Glymphatic System
Shanshan Liang • Yan Lu • Zexiong Li • Shuai Li • Beina Chen • Manman Zhang • Binjie Chen • Ming Ji • Wenliang Gong • Maosheng Xia • Alexei Verkhratsky • Xu Wu • Baoman Li
2020, 36(12): 1542-1546   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Eye-Opening Alters the Interaction Between the Salience Network and the Default-Mode Network
Junrong Han • Xuehai Wu• Hang Wu • Dong Wang • Xuan She • Musi Xie • Fang Zhang • Delong Zhang • Xilin Zhang • Pengmin Qin
2020, 36(12): 1547-1551   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Pgant4 and Tango1 Mediate Anoxia and Reoxygenation Injury
Qingqing Du • Nastasia K. H. Lim• Yiling Xia• Wangchao Xu • Qichao Zhang • Liyao Zhang • Fude Huang • Wenan Wang
2020, 36(12): 1552-1557   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Complement Factor H Displays Opposite Expression Patterns Under Two Situations of Methamphetamine Administration: Acute Exposure and Chronic Dependence
Ming Lin • Jiamin Xu • Zhimin Liu • Liang Qin • Xiaodong Wang • Xiaoping Pu
2020, 36(12): 1558-1562   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Image-Forming Visual Basis of Empathy for Pain in Mice
Kai-Wen Geng • Rui Du • Na Wei • Chun-Li Li • Yan Wang• Wei Sun • Tao Chen • Dong-Yu Wei • Yang Yu • Ting He • Wen-Jun Luo • Rui-Rui Wang • Zhou-Feng Chen • Jun Chen
2020, 36(12): 1563-1569   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

Research Highlights

New Insights into the Dysfunctions of Pericytes and Neurovascular Units in Neurodegenerative Diseases
Qiang Liu • Wei-Jye Lin • Yamei Tang 1
2020, 36(12): 1570-1572   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

A Novel Potassium Nanosensor Powers up the Detection of Extracellular K+ Dynamics in Neuroscience
Ying Wang • Qingyu Wang • Xia Zhang
2020, 36(12): 1573-1575   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]

SCGN-regulated Stage-wise SNARE Assembly: Novel Insight into Synaptic Exocytosis
Ying Lv• Sunmin Xiang• Renxian Cao• Li Wu • Jing Yang
2020, 36(12): 1576-1578   [ Abstract]   [ SpringerLink]


Volume 36, Issue. 12, December, 2020

About the cover

The animal nature to pursuit more sex and the possible fatal consequence by excessive sex must be orchestrated by negative feedback signals. In this issue, Gao et al., investigated how continuous sexual activity could kill male flies and identified feedback neuromodulatory signals that could balance reproduction and survival. The cover image shows a critical decision in the corner for flies to pursuit sex or not, and the possible fatal consequence if faces (burning into ashes during mating). See page 1429-1440. (Cover image provided by Dr. Yufeng Pan).