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    1. Neuroscience

    Dissociation of task engagement and arousal effects in auditory cortex and midbrain

    Daniela Saderi et al.
    Data collected from two important auditory brain areas distinguish effects of generalized arousal and specific task engagement on neural sensory coding.
    1. Developmental Biology
    2. Neuroscience

    Dual midbrain and forebrain origins of thalamic inhibitory interneurons

    Polona Jager et al.
    Thalamic interneurons in the mouse thalamus are often overlooked because of their extremely low numbers, however they are developmentally complex and related to those of larger-brained species.
    1. Medicine
    2. Neuroscience

    Point of View: Open science takes on Parkinson’s disease

    Ekemini AU Riley, Randy Schekman
    The ASAP initiative promotes open and collaborative practices, and works with other foundations and projects in an effort to understand the mechanisms responsible for the onset and progression of Parkinson's.
    1. Ecology
    2. Genetics and Genomics

    Education and Outreach: March Mammal Madness and the power of narrative in science outreach

    Katie Hinde et al.
    Hypothetical battles between animals can be used to interest the general public in biology.
    1. Immunology and Inflammation
    2. Microbiology and Infectious Disease

    Virus infection of the CNS disrupts the immune-neural-synaptic axis via induction of pleiotropic gene regulation of host responses

    Olga A Maximova et al.
    Virus infection of the central nervous system disrupts the homeostasis of the immune-neural-synaptic axis via induction of pleiotropic genes with an unintended off-target negative impact on the neurotransmission.
    1. Developmental Biology
    2. Neuroscience

    Olig3 regulates early cerebellar development

    Elijah D Lowenstein et al.
    The transcription factor Olig3 safeguards the correct specification of early born cerebellar neuron derivatives and curtails an inhibitory interneuron differentiation program.
    1. Evolutionary Biology

    Whole genome phylogenies reflect the distributions of recombination rates for many bacterial species

    Thomas Sakoparnig et al.
    For many bacterial species, recombination dominates genome evolution and phylogenetic patterns that have so far been assumed to reflect clonal relationships, in fact reflect variation in recombination rates across lineages.
    1. Neuroscience

    Temporo-parietal cortex involved in modeling one’s own and others’ attention

    Arvid Guterstam et al.
    Functional brain scans of human participants show that the brain encodes other people's attention in enough richness to distinguish whether that attention was directed exogenously (stimulus-driven) or endogenously (internally driven).
    1. Neuroscience

    A new model of decision processing in instrumental learning tasks

    Steven Miletić et al.
    A new model is presented to simultaneously study the latent cognitive processes underlying decision making and instrumental learning.