The researchers also did functional MRI (fMRI) studies of the mice with inhibited RbAp48 and found a selective effect in the DG, similar to that seen in fMRI studies of aged mice, monkeys, and humans. This effect of RbAp48 inhibition on the DG was accompanied by defects in molecular mechanisms similar to those found in aged mice. The fMRI profile and mechanistic defects of the mice with inhibited RbAp48 returned to normal when the inhibition was turned off..

Most stock quote data provided by BATS. Market indices are shown in real time, except for the DJIA, which is delayed by two minutes. All times are ET. And it’s not just because the mom and pop luncheonette is unique, or because the Kandaswamy family, who hail from Tiruchchirapalli, south of Madras, run the county’s only South Indian restaurant. But to find a better version of this fare anywhere south of Manhattan’s Little India would be more difficult than trying to pronounce the owners’ hometown. Although the steam table curries provide fine instant gratification, the must not miss items are the $4.35 dosai (light, lacy, thin rice/dhal batter cr wrapped around buttery spiced potato filling); slightly thicker fried uttapam pancakes ($6.99), crisp edged but springy in the middle and topped with chilies or onions; and fat steamed idli patties ($5.50) ideal for dipping in Raja’s sweet chutneys and salty sambars.

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When Saudi Arabia makes the news, it’s usually because their government has done something horrible to somebody undeserving for a very, very stupid reason. But you can’t judge an entire country by their government (America desperately hopes). That’s why we reached out to Aaida, a Saudi woman, and Adam, who spent his childhood in Saudi Arabia’s capital of Riyadh, to find out what life there is really like.