"Neurovascular Coupling" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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Mechanism by which changes in neural activity are tightly associated with regional cortical HEMODYNAMICS and metabolism changes. The association is often inferred from NEUROIMAGING signals (e.g., fMRI; or NIR SPECTROSCOPY).
- Neurovascular Coupling
- Coupling, Neurovascular
- Couplings, Neurovascular
- Neurovascular Couplings
Cortical Hemodynamic Responses
- Cortical Hemodynamic Responses
- Hemodynamic Response, Cortical
- Hemodynamic Responses, Cortical
- Response, Cortical Hemodynamic
- Responses, Cortical Hemodynamic
- Cortical Hemodynamic Response
- Hemodynamic Brain Response
- Brain Response, Hemodynamic
- Brain Responses, Hemodynamic
- Response, Hemodynamic Brain
- Responses, Hemodynamic Brain
- Hemodynamic Brain Responses
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Below are the most recent publications written about "Neurovascular Coupling" by people in Profiles.
Microvascular dysfunction and neurovascular uncoupling are exacerbated in peripheral artery disease, increasing the risk of cognitive decline in older adults. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 2022 06 01; 322(6):H924-H935.
Sleep deprivation impairs cognitive performance, alters task-associated cerebral blood flow and decreases cortical neurovascular coupling-related hemodynamic responses. Sci Rep. 2021 10 25; 11(1):20994.
Endothelial deficiency of insulin-like growth factor-1 receptor (IGF1R) impairs neurovascular coupling responses in mice, mimicking aspects of the brain aging phenotype. Geroscience. 2021 10; 43(5):2387-2394.
Increased cognitive workload evokes greater neurovascular coupling responses in healthy young adults. PLoS One. 2021; 16(5):e0250043.
mTOR Attenuation with Rapamycin Reverses Neurovascular Uncoupling and Memory Deficits in Mice Modeling Alzheimer's Disease. J Neurosci. 2021 05 12; 41(19):4305-4320.
IGF1R signaling regulates astrocyte-mediated neurovascular coupling in mice: implications for brain aging. Geroscience. 2021 04; 43(2):901-911.
Obesity-induced cognitive impairment in older adults: a microvascular perspective. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 2021 02 01; 320(2):H740-H761.
Midlife Obesity Impairs Neurovascular Coupling Responses. Obesity (Silver Spring). 2021 01; 29(1):17.
Age-related alterations in the cerebrovasculature affect neurovascular coupling and BOLD fMRI responses: Insights from animal models of aging. Psychophysiology. 2021 07; 58(7):e13718.
Pharmacological or genetic depletion of senescent astrocytes prevents whole brain irradiation-induced impairment of neurovascular coupling responses protecting cognitive function in mice. Geroscience. 2020 04; 42(2):409-428.