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The value of an anticipated reward is crucial to adaptive decision-making. The authors delineate the neural circuitry supporting value encoding and retrieval, respectively, by lateral and medial orbitofrontal cortex projections to the basolateral amygdala. Current Issue April Article 15 April The authors report aberrant oligodendrocyte precursor cell OPC interactions with blood vessels in certain multiple sclerosis lesions.
Yoshida et al. Mollink et al. GWAS identified genetic associations of these microstructure—function relationships. Fouragnan et al. Wang et al. These genes are predominantly expressed in the developing brain and are enriched for targets of approved drugs. The ventrolateral and medial orbitofrontal cortices are involved in selecting actions based on the value of expected outcomes.
Malvaez and colleagues reveal that these brain regions are specialized in value encoding ventrolateral orbitofrontal cortices versus value memory retrieval medial orbitofrontal cortices and that they interact with the basolateral amygdala to orchestrate goal-oriented reward-seeking. When choosing whether to act altruistically, people may compare the current option to an idiosyncratic ideal.
Prosocial individuals seem to represent deviations from that ideal in the amygdala, but selfish individuals do not. Oxytocin administration makes selfish individuals look more like prosocial individuals, behaviorally and neurally.
The cell of origin for malignant brain tumors remains uncertain, but de-differentiation from mature cells in the CNS has always been considered a strong possibility. In this issue of Nature Neuroscience , Alcantara Llaguno and colleagues report that differentiated neurons resist transformation by glioblastoma-associated mutations, pointing to neural stem cells or immature progenitors as the most likely cells of origin for these tumors, rather than cells of a relatively mature neuronal lineage.
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