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TRPV1 channels are critical brain inflammation detectors and neuropathic pain biomarkers in mice
- Date: 2017-05-26
Recent research conducted in the laboratory of Silvia Marinelli at the European Brain Research Institute (EBRI), has been published in Nature Communications (Marrone ...read more...
EBRI SEMINAR, 25 May 2017
- Date: 2017-05-25
- On May 25 at 12, the prof. Rafael Gutiérrez (Heidelberg University) will be holding the seminar titled: "Electrical blueprint of the dentate...read more...
EBRI SEMINAR, 18 May 2017
- Date: 2017-05-18
- On 18 May at 4:00 , Prof. Jean-Pierre Changeaux (Collège de France, Paris) will be holding the seminar titled "From Genes to Consious...read more...
EBRI SEMINAR, 4 May 2017
- Date: 2017-05-04
- On May, 4, at 11:00, Dr. Leiron Ferrarese (Max Delbrueck Center, Neuroscience Research Center, Charitè Universitatsmedizin, Berlino) will be ho...read more...
THOMAS SUDHOF CONFERENCE
- Date: 2017-04-28
- In April, 28, the prof. Thomas Sudhof, nobel prize in medicine 2013, will be holding a conference titled “How to wire a neural circuit: Neurexins and beyo...read more...