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  • Authors: Ivo A. Meyer; Jane Jöhr; Karin Diserens;
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    Authors: Risa Saito; Takeharu Bando; Miyako Kotaniguchi; Tsutomu Tamura; +5 Authors

    AbstractEthanolamine plasmalogens (EPls) are the only known ligands of a novel receptor, G protein‐coupled receptor 61, and bovine brain EPls stimulate follicle‐stimulating hormone (FSH) but not luteinizing hormone (LH), secreted by bovine gonadotrophs. We hypothesized that the brain EPls of whales (Balaenoptera edeni), another Cetartiodactyla with at least twice the lifespan of bovines, could stimulate FSH secretion by gonadotrophs. To test this hypothesis, bovine gonadotrophs (from approximately 2‐year‐old Japanese Black heifers) were cultured for 3.5 days and treated with increasing concentrations of brain EP1s from whales (approximately 22 years old). FSH and LH secretion was stimulated by all tested concentrations of whale EPls (p < 0.05). To clarify the important differences between bovine and whale EPls, we utilized two‐dimensional liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry, which revealed 35 peaks. Among them, we observed significant differences between 12 EPl molecular species. Additionally, we identified differentially expressed genes for enzymes involved in EPl synthesis or degradation in the hypothalamus of young heifers and old cows (approximately 10 years old) as compared to whales (approximately 28 years old) via deep sequencing of the transcriptome. We conclude that whale brains contain unique EPls that stimulate both FSH and LH secretion by bovine gonadotrophs.

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    Animal Science Journal
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      Animal Science Journal
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  • Authors: Xiufang, Du; Yubing, Ren; Xiaoqian, Yuan;

    In the process of decision-making based on conferring with advisors, people are sensitive to advisors' emotional expressions. An advisor's expression is considered a type of feedback. The quick detection of motivational or valence significance of feedback has been associated with feedback-related negativity (FRN). In this study, we investigated how decision makers evaluated advice that was distant from the original estimate provided by advisors with different emotional expressions based on behavioural, FRN, and P300 data. The results showed that participants were more likely to modify their initial estimates based on advice from advisors with happy expressions than from advisors with angry expressions, regardless of whether it was near-distance advice or far-distance advice. When facing far-distance advice, FRN amplitudes in angry-expression conditions were significantly larger than in happy-expression conditions. When facing near-distance advice, there was no significant difference in the FRN amplitude between happy- and angry-expression conditions. P300 amplitudes were larger in near-distance conditions than in far-distance conditions. These findings suggest that, as a type of feedback with social information, the advisor's face will affect the decision maker's evaluation of the advice, with a happy face of the advisor serving as correct feedback and an angry face serving as incorrect feedback.

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    Authors: Zhiping, Mi; Steven H, Graham;

    UCHL1 is a multifunctional protein expressed at high concentrations in neurons in the brain and spinal cord. UCHL1 plays important roles in regulating the level of cellular free ubiquitin and redox state as well as the degradation of select proteins. This review focuses on the potential role of UCHL1 in the pathogenesis of neurodegenerative diseases and brain injury and recovery. Subjects addressed in the review include 1) Normal physiological functions of UCHL1. 2) Posttranslational modification sites and splice variants that alter the function of UCHL1 and mouse models with mutations and deletions of UCHL1. 3) The hypothesized role and pathogenic mechanisms of UCHL1 in neurodegenerative diseases and brain injury. 4) Potential therapeutic strategies targeting UCHL1 in these disorders.

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    Ageing Research Reviews
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    Authors: F. Lott; R. Rani; A. Podglajen; F. Codron; +3 Authors

    AbstractThe parameterization scheme that represents gravity waves due to convection in LMDz‐6A, the atmospheric components of the IPSL coupled climate model (IPSLCM6), is directly compared to Strateole‐2 balloon observations made in the lower tropical stratosphere from November 2019 to February 2020. The input meteorological fields necessary to run the parameterization offline are extracted from the ERA5 reanalysis and correspond to the instantaneous meteorological conditions found underneath the balloons. In general, we find a fair agreement between measurements of the momentum fluxes due to waves with periods less than 1 hr and the parameterization. The correlation of the daily values between the observations and the results of the parameterization is around 0.4, which is statistically elevated considering that we analyze around 600 days of data and surprisingly good considering that the parameterization has not been tuned: the scheme is just the standard one that helps producing a quasi‐biennial oscillation (QBO) in the IPSLCM6 model. Online simulations also show that the measured values of momentum fluxes are well representative of the zonally and averaged values of momentum fluxes needed in LMDz‐6A to simulate a QBO. The observations also show that longer waves with periods smaller than a day carry about twice as much flux as waves with periods smaller than an hour, which is a challenge since the low period waves that make the difference are potentially in the “gray zone” of most climate models.

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    Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres
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    Authors: Peijia, Liu; Linling, Guo; Xinyue, Yu; Peipei, Liu; +6 Authors

    Doxorubicin (DOX) is a cornerstone of chemotherapy for solid tumors and leukemias. DOX-induced cognitive impairment, termed chemo brain, has been reported in cancer survivors, whereas its mechanism remains poorly understood. Here we initially evaluated the cognitive impairments of mice treated with clinically relevant, long-term, low-dosage of DOX. Using HILIC-MS/MS-based targeted metabolomics, we presented the changes of 21 amino acids across six anatomical brain regions of mice with DOX-induced chemo brain. By mapping the altered amino acids to the human metabolic network, we constructed an amino acid-based network module for each brain region. We identified phenylalanine, tyrosine, methionine, and γ-aminobutyric acid as putative signatures of three regions (hippocampus, prefrontal cortex, and neocortex) highly associated with cognition. Relying on the reported mouse brain metabolome atlas, we found that DOX might perturb the amino acid homeostasis in multiple brain regions, similar to the changes in the aging brain. Correlation analysis suggested the possible indirect neurotoxicity of DOX that altered the brain levels of phenylalanine, tyrosine, and methionine by causing metabolic disorders in the liver and kidney. In summary, we revealed the region-specific amino acid signatures as actionable targets for DOX-induced chemo brain, which might provide safer treatment and improve the quality of life among cancer survivors.

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    Authors: Yoona, Kang; Jeesung, Ahn; Danielle, Cosme; Laetitia, Mwilambwe-Tshilobo; +10 Authors

    AbstractEvidence on the harms and benefits of social media use is mixed, in part because the effects of social media on well-being depend on a variety of individual difference moderators. Here, we explored potential neural moderators of the link between time spent on social media and subsequent negative affect. We specifically focused on the strength of correlation among brain regions within the frontoparietal system, previously associated with the top-down cognitive control of attention and emotion. Participants (N = 54) underwent a resting state functional magnetic resonance imaging scan. Participants then completed 28 days of ecological momentary assessment and answered questions about social media use and negative affect, twice a day. Participants who spent more than their typical amount of time on social media since the previous time point reported feeling more negative at the present moment. This within-person temporal association between social media use and negative affect was mainly driven by individuals with lower resting state functional connectivity within the frontoparietal system. By contrast, time spent on social media did not predict subsequent affect for individuals with higher frontoparietal functional connectivity. Our results highlight the moderating role of individual functional neural connectivity in the relationship between social media and affect.

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    Authors: Kyle C. Kern; Ilya M. Nasrallah; Robert Nick Bryan; David M. Reboussin; +1 Authors
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    Authors: Pritam Khan; Priyesh Ranjan; Sudhir Kumar;
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    Authors: Ana Dias-Carvalho; Ana Margarida-Araújo; Ana Reis-Mendes; Catarina Oliveira Sequeira; +6 Authors

    Long-term cognitive dysfunction, or “chemobrain”, has been observed in cancer patients treated with chemotherapy. Mitoxantrone (MTX) is a topoisomerase II inhibitor that binds and intercalates with DNA, being used in the treatment of several cancers and multiple sclerosis. Although MTX can induce chemobrain, its neurotoxic mechanisms are poorly studied. This work aimed to identify the adverse outcome pathways (AOPs) activated in the brain upon the use of a clinically relevant cumulative dose of MTX. Three-month-old male CD-1 mice were given a biweekly intraperitoneal administration of MTX over the course of three weeks until reaching a total cumulative dose of 6 mg/kg. Controls were given sterile saline in the same schedule. Two weeks after the last administration, the mice were euthanized and their brains removed. The left brain hemisphere was used for targeted profiling of the metabolism of glutathione and the right hemisphere for an untargeted metabolomics approach. The obtained results revealed that MTX treatment reduced the availability of cysteine (Cys), cysteinylglycine (CysGly), and reduced glutathione (GSH) suggesting that MTX disrupts glutathione metabolism. The untargeted approach revealed metabolic circuits of phosphatidylethanolamine, catecholamines, unsaturated fatty acids biosynthesis, and glycerolipids as relevant players in AOPs of MTX in our in vivo model. As far as we know, our study was the first to perform such a broad profiling study on pathways that could put patients given MTX at risk of cognitive deficits.

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    Authors: Risa Saito; Takeharu Bando; Miyako Kotaniguchi; Tsutomu Tamura; +5 Authors

    AbstractEthanolamine plasmalogens (EPls) are the only known ligands of a novel receptor, G protein‐coupled receptor 61, and bovine brain EPls stimulate follicle‐stimulating hormone (FSH) but not luteinizing hormone (LH), secreted by bovine gonadotrophs. We hypothesized that the brain EPls of whales (Balaenoptera edeni), another Cetartiodactyla with at least twice the lifespan of bovines, could stimulate FSH secretion by gonadotrophs. To test this hypothesis, bovine gonadotrophs (from approximately 2‐year‐old Japanese Black heifers) were cultured for 3.5 days and treated with increasing concentrations of brain EP1s from whales (approximately 22 years old). FSH and LH secretion was stimulated by all tested concentrations of whale EPls (p < 0.05). To clarify the important differences between bovine and whale EPls, we utilized two‐dimensional liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry, which revealed 35 peaks. Among them, we observed significant differences between 12 EPl molecular species. Additionally, we identified differentially expressed genes for enzymes involved in EPl synthesis or degradation in the hypothalamus of young heifers and old cows (approximately 10 years old) as compared to whales (approximately 28 years old) via deep sequencing of the transcriptome. We conclude that whale brains contain unique EPls that stimulate both FSH and LH secretion by bovine gonadotrophs.

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  • Authors: Xiufang, Du; Yubing, Ren; Xiaoqian, Yuan;

    In the process of decision-making based on conferring with advisors, people are sensitive to advisors' emotional expressions. An advisor's expression is considered a type of feedback. The quick detection of motivational or valence significance of feedback has been associated with feedback-related negativity (FRN). In this study, we investigated how decision makers evaluated advice that was distant from the original estimate provided by advisors with different emotional expressions based on behavioural, FRN, and P300 data. The results showed that participants were more likely to modify their initial estimates based on advice from advisors with happy expressions than from advisors with angry expressions, regardless of whether it was near-distance advice or far-distance advice. When facing far-distance advice, FRN amplitudes in angry-expression conditions were significantly larger than in happy-expression conditions. When facing near-distance advice, there was no significant difference in the FRN amplitude between happy- and angry-expression conditions. P300 amplitudes were larger in near-distance conditions than in far-distance conditions. These findings suggest that, as a type of feedback with social information, the advisor's face will affect the decision maker's evaluation of the advice, with a happy face of the advisor serving as correct feedback and an angry face serving as incorrect feedback.

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    Authors: Zhiping, Mi; Steven H, Graham;

    UCHL1 is a multifunctional protein expressed at high concentrations in neurons in the brain and spinal cord. UCHL1 plays important roles in regulating the level of cellular free ubiquitin and redox state as well as the degradation of select proteins. This review focuses on the potential role of UCHL1 in the pathogenesis of neurodegenerative diseases and brain injury and recovery. Subjects addressed in the review include 1) Normal physiological functions of UCHL1. 2) Posttranslational modification sites and splice variants that alter the function of UCHL1 and mouse models with mutations and deletions of UCHL1. 3) The hypothesized role and pathogenic mechanisms of UCHL1 in neurodegenerative diseases and brain injury. 4) Potential therapeutic strategies targeting UCHL1 in these disorders.

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