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Recent and historical data show no evidence of Pacific bluefin tuna reproduction in the southern California Current system

"Despite their widespread swarming of the North Pacific Ocean, Pacific Bluefin Tuna's only known spawning grounds for Pacific Bluefin Tuna are around coastal Japan and the East China Sea. " However, an increase in the prevalence of large bluefin tuna up to ten years old in the California Current System under remarkably warm ocean conditions has sparked concerns that they may be spawning in this area. No reports of larval bluefin tuna were found in historical ichthyoplankton collections, but researchers did find the larvae of other tuna species in water > 24°C.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0269069


Cingulate transcranial direct current stimulation in adults with HIV

"Background: Neuronal dysfunction plays a significant role in the increased incidence of HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders in people with HIV. " Transcranial direct current stimulation (u2014)with the ability to increase neuronal performance u2014,u2014may be a potential therapeutic strategy for HAND. According to HAND's HAND, brain imaging and neurobehavioral studies have confirmed that injury to the anterior cingulate cortex is highly prevalent and contributes to HAND, indicating that ACC may be a potential neuromodulation target for HAND. Compared to sham tDCS, the cingulate tDCS showed a decrease in Perception Errors in the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test, but not Non-Perseverable Errors, as well as a decline in the ratio score of Trail Making Test u2014Part A. After cingulate tDCS, an increase in functional connectivity between the bilateral dACC and a cluster in the right dorsal striatum was shown by seed-to-voxel analysis using resting state functional MRI results, which revealed an increase in functional connectivity between the bilateral dACC and a cluster in the right dorsal striatum.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0269491

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