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Magnus Group is prerogative to thank the Organizing Committee Members, Keynote speakers, Chair and Co-chairs on engross the plenary sessions, workshops, and special sessions in an expanded manner to make this conference a privileged Summit. Medvedev Svyatoslav, N. We once again thank all the participants for their wonderful involvement towards the event which helped us for successful execution of this event. Magnus Group is prerogative to thank the Organizing Committee Members, Keynote speakers, Chair and Co-chairs on engross the plenary sessions, workshops and special sessions in a expanded manner to make this conference an privileged Summit.

Svyatoslav Medvedev, N. Bechtereva Institute of the Human Brain of the russian academy of sciences, Russia.

We once again thank all the participants for their wonderful participation towards the event which helped us for effective accomplishment of this event. INBC is a Spectacular conference, interaction between speakers has been very enlightening for me I will attend the future conferences. This is my second time to attend INBC, I recommend people to join this conference it has lot of opportunity with networking with people from all over the world.

It was a very fascinating conference and had a wonderful experience to share about research with professionals in the field. It is a great pleasure and honor to attend INBC, the event has a good collection of top researchers around the globe. The collection of people in the conference was amazing and magnificent event, I will be there for next event.

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I am so glad to be here, had an opportunity to interchange modern view about neurology, this is my second time to attend and I will attend the future conferences too.. I never had this kind of experience, this something very new and interesting neurology and brain disorders conference.

It was great experience to meet experts from all over the globe from different streams of Neurology. It was a worth full opportunity to meet colleagues and had an wonderful experience. Barcia, J. Zirger, D. Larocque, and M. Hasko and E. Pawate and N. Welsh and C. Gran, K. O'Brian, D.


Fitzgerald, and A. Pawate and S. Ferrari and F. Giunta, F. Fernandez, and J. Scott, K. Komjati, V. Besson, and C. When comparing the ERP activity between the two tasks, no familiarity effect was found e. Interestingly, we found differences between to ms and to ms with a posterior topography. Those differences could be consider as a neural correlate of active associative long-term memory retrieval.

Given that hematophagous insects ingest large quantities of blood in a single meal, they should undergo a rapid postprandial diuresis to maintain the homeostasis. The diuresis is regulated by serotonin and neuropeptides, which modulate the secretory activity of the malpighian tubules and the fluid transport and peristaltic waves in the anterior midgut. Diuresis finishes 4 hr postbloodmeal PBM , when anti-diuresis processes begin. CCHamide is a brain gut neuropeptide precursor conserved in insect genomes. The physiological role of CCHamide has been studied in Drosophila melanogaster and Bombyx mori , where it modulates feeding behavior as an orexigenic factor.


Here, we report that the neuropeptide RhoprCCHamide RhoprCCHa is involved in the regulation of the postprandial diuresis in Rhodnius prolixus , a triatomine insect which is a vector of Chagas disease. Using in vitro approaches, we confirmed an effect of RhoprCCHa inhibiting the fluid transport by the anterior midgut stimulated with 5HT and an increasing in the secretion rate by stimulated malpighian tubules.

The opposite role in different structures was not reported previously for any neuropeptidergic system in insects. It seems to reflect the necessity of a tight regulation of the volumes excreted in hematophagous, and thus avoiding defects in the diuresis that would endanger the homeostasis. Sofia Landi 1 and Winrich Freiwald 1. We have known for some time that there is a network of brain regions for face recognition.

However, attempts at finding how and where face familiarity is encoded in the brain have proven inconclusive. Activity in the entire face-processing system increased in response to the faces of long-term acquaintances. Additionally, these faces prompted the activation of two previously unknown face-selective areas. One is located in the perirhinal cortex PR , a region that has been associated with declarative memory and the other one is embedded in a region involved in audio-visual integration and social knowledge: the temporal pole TP.

These two areas showed a nonlinear response as blurred faces became gradually visible, becoming abruptly active when the faces of familiar monkeys became recognizable. We are now exploring the electrophysiological properties of single-cell and neural populations in these areas. Preliminary results confirm our fMRI study: We found a high fraction of face-selective cells tuned to familiarity. Individual cells encoded specific familiar faces, and unfamiliar faces that were similar in shape or appearance failed to elicit the same neural responses.

TP and PR emerge thus as special regions within the macaque face processing system that encode individual familiar faces.

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Contemporary neurocognitive models of drug addiction underscored the role of interoception. In these models, interoception is defined as the sensing and processing of body signals to serve a homeostatic function related to the onset and maintenance of addictive-behavior.

In this work, we assess the relation between interoception and smoked cocaine dependence with a multimodal and multi-dimensional approach. We use the heartbeat-detection HBD task and related heart evoked potential HEP recordings at baseline interoceptive accuracy and during learning. We combined this behavioral and electrophysiological data with structural and functional connectivity analysis of the main interoceptive hubs.

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Smoked cocaine dependent subjects presented ongoing psychophysiological measures of enhanced interoception accuracy HBD and HEP ; accompanied by structural and FC tuning of interoceptive networks. Our findings support both specialized effects of smoked cocaine on interoception, and also provide direct empirical evidence for drug models suggesting that hyper-interoception processing is a key aspect in addictions. Thus, multimodal assessment of interoception could serve as a potential domain to asses clinical and neurocognitive characterization of psychophysiological and underlaying neurophysiological adaptations in addiction.

On the other hand, hemizygous Tg rats show a more subtle phenotype.

In this work, 6- and month-old hemizygous Tg males and their wild-type WT litter mates rats were individually left to freely explore an open field OF for 5 min and tested at 24 hr; the numbers of crosses in the floor were recorded. There were no differences between WT and Tg groups during the training and the number of crosses significantly decreased in the test compared with training. Rats were then trained in an inhibitory avoidance task IA of a mild electric foot shock and tested at 24 hr to evaluate long-term memory LTM. Latency to go accross a door to get into a dark compartment where the rat will get the shock was recorded.

There were no significant differences in training latencies between animal groups. Twenty-four hours later, test latencies were significantly higher than training latencies for WT rats, while there were no significant differences for Tg rats. Therefore, both Tg and WT rats are able to habituate to the OF, keeping LTM; on the other hand, WT animals learned and remembered the IA at 24 hr, while the Tg were not able to remember it, evidencing deficits in these sort of associative memory involving aversive and spatial components.

Because our environment is permanently evolving, it is crucial for episodic memory to remember our previous experiences despite environmental changes. Computational models have suggested the existence of a pattern completion process by which networks could retrieve entire memories from partial or degraded cues.