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    1. Neuroscience

    Bayesian analysis of phase data in EEG and MEG

    Sydney Dimmock, Cian O'Donnell, Conor Houghton
    A Bayesian model of phase angles illustrates a novel approach to the analysis of phase coherence in frequency-tagged experiments.
    1. Neuroscience

    Pynapple, a toolbox for data analysis in neuroscience

    Guillaume Viejo, Daniel Levenstein ... Adrien Peyrache
    Pynapple advances data analysis in systems neuroscience with a versatile, open-source framework that uses common objects to handle diverse data streams, ensuring reliable and reproducible analysis while maintaining long-term backward compatibility.
    1. Biochemistry and Chemical Biology
    2. Cell Biology

    Fluorescein-based sensors to purify human α-cells for functional and transcriptomic analyses

    Sevim Kahraman, Kimitaka Shibue ... Rohit N Kulkarni
    Live human pancreatic α-cells can be purified effectively using zinc-based reaction probe diacetylated Zinpyr1 and cultured as pseudoislets without losing their viability and function.
    1. Cell Biology
    2. Microbiology and Infectious Disease

    PerTurboID, a targeted in situ method reveals the impact of kinase deletion on its local protein environment in the cytoadhesion complex of malaria-causing parasites

    Heledd Davies, Hugo Belda ... Moritz Treeck
    A new mass spectrometry-based method to identify and quantify changes in a subcellular local protein environment shows the impact of deletion of a kinase the human malaria parasites export into the host cell.
    1. Computational and Systems Biology

    Bactabolize is a tool for high-throughput generation of bacterial strain-specific metabolic models

    Ben Vezina, Stephen C Watts ... Kelly L Wyres
    Bactabolize is a pipeline for rapid and scalable production of accurate bacterial strain-specific metabolic models and growth phenotype predictions.
    1. Neuroscience
    2. Structural Biology and Molecular Biophysics

    Diminishing neuronal acidification by channelrhodopsins with low proton conduction

    Rebecca Frank Hayward, F Phil Brooks III ... Adam E Cohen
    Many channelrhodopsins acidify cells, but two new ones do not.
    1. Neuroscience

    Rodent ultrasonic vocal interaction resolved with millimeter precision using hybrid beamforming

    Max L Sterling, Ruben Teunisse, Bernhard Englitz
    The accuracy of the Hybrid Vocalization Localizer (HyVL) brings a revolution to the study of social vocalizations of rodents and other animals, where vocalizations often occur in close proximity, and will empower downstream analysis of sequence and semantic analyses.
    1. Neuroscience

    An open-source platform for head-fixed operant and consummatory behavior

    Adam Gordon-Fennell, Joumana M Barbakh ... Garret D Stuber
    A customizable open-source hardware and software platform for conducting diverse behavioral experiments in head-fixed mice.
    1. Neuroscience

    Statistical inference on representational geometries

    Heiko H Schütt, Alexander D Kipnis ... Nikolaus Kriegeskorte
    New methods for statistical inference in representational similarity analysis were developed, tested thoroughly, and are made available in an open-source Python toolbox.
    1. Neuroscience

    Using adversarial networks to extend brain computer interface decoding accuracy over time

    Xuan Ma, Fabio Rizzoglio ... Ann Kennedy
    Incorporating cycle-consistency loss into a generative adversarial network creates a high-performance and robust 'aligner' of neural population activity, permitting a fixed intracortical brain computer interface to be used for months without recalibration and without requiring inference of a latent manifold.