Endocannabinoid signaling in adult hippocampal neurogenesis: A mechanistic and integrated perspective
Dentate gyrus of the hippocampus continuously gives rise to new neurons, namely, adult-born granule cells, which contribute to conferring plasticity to the mature brain throughout life. Within this neurogenic region, the fate and behavior of neural stem cells (NSCs) and their progeny result from a complex balance and integration of a variety of cell-autonomous and cell-to-cell-interaction signals and underlying pathways. Among these structurally and functionally diverse signals, there are end...
A growing number of studies highlight how organizational ambidexterity is vital for business competitive advantage. Although the number of studies on ambidexterity has substantially expanded in the past few years, the results have often been disappointing, particularly for focalized segments of organizations. Starting from these considerations, this paper analyzes corporate venture capitalists’ (CVCs) activities. Even though the most important research on the ambidexterity of CVCs was conduct...
In the broad context of internet-based market research, this paper focuses on research carried out on net users. An analysis of the advantages, but also disadvantages, related to online market research shows that a crucial problem is the ‘vagueness’ of the representativeness of sample surveys, even affecting the credibility of the online survey. The authors have developed a theoretical / practical framework that integrates contributions from marketing, statistics and information technology, f...
Effects of Long-Term Oral Administration of N-Palmitoylethanolamine in Subjects with Mild Cognitive Impairment: Study Protocol
N-palmitoylethanolamine (PEA) plays a key role in preventing A fi-mediated neuroinflammation and neurotoxicity in murine models. It has been demonstrated that PEA provides anti-neuroinflammatory, pain-relieving and neuroprotective actions even in humans. In this project, we aim to evaluate these anti-neuroinflammatory effects via the cognitive evaluation and biochemical analyses of a 12-month oral administration of PEA in subjects with mild cognitive impairment (MCI). Subjects with MCI will b...
The effects of business ethics and corporate social responsibility on intellectual capital voluntary disclosure
Purpose – This study aims to examine the potential effect that business ethics (BE) in general and corporate social responsibility (CSR) more specifically can exert on the voluntary disclosure (VD) of intellectual capital (IC) for the ethically most engaged firms in the world. Design/methodology/approach – The research design is based on an inductive approach. As part of the global quantitative investigation, the authors have analyzed the impact of BE and CSR on the transparent communication ...
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