This special collection of freely available research papers from Science Signaling is intended for readers and researchers interested in the field of neuroscience. In this collection, we highlight papers related to opioid signaling, addiction, the effects of probiotics, pain, neurodegeneration, and metabolism. If you perform research in these or related areas, we would be very interested in considering your work for publication. Please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Leonardo Bontempi and Antonello Bonci
Induction of opioid signaling in a “reward center” of the brain underlies the addictive nature of anabolic steroids.
David I. Duron, Wei Lei, Natalie K. Barker, Carrie Stine, Sanket Mishra, Brian S. J. Blagg, Paul R. Langlais, John M. Streicher
Spinal delivery of Hsp90 inhibitors may make opioids safer and more effective.
Sunmin Jung, Junho Hyun, Jihoon Nah, Jonghee Han, Seo-Hyun Kim, Jaesang Park, Yoonseo Oh, Youngdae Gwon, Seowon Moon, Dong-Gyu Jo, Yong-Keun Jung
Through the protein SERP1, metabolic stress biases γ-secretase activity toward β-amyloid production.
Lili Donner, Laura Mara Toska, Irena Krüger, Sandra Gröniger, Ruben Barroso, Alice Burleigh, Diego Mezzano, Susanne Pfeiler, Malte Kelm, Norbert Gerdes, Steve P. Watson, Yi Sun, Margitta Elvers
Multiple receptors on platelets drive Alzheimer’s disease–associated amyloid deposits in brain vessels.
Pei Zhang, Xiaoli Wu, Shan Liang, Xianfeng Shao, Qianqian Wang, Ruibing Chen, Weimin Zhu, Chen Shao, Feng Jin, Chenxi Jia
Probiotic treatment alters the abundance of neuropeptides in the brain.
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