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Achieving functional neuronal dendrite structure through sequential stochastic growth and retraction
André Ferreira Castro et al.
An optimal wire and function trade-off emerges from noisy growth and stochastic retraction during Drosophila class I ventral posterior dendritic arborisation (c1vpda) dendrite development.
Encoding and control of orientation to airflow by a set of
fan-shaped body neurons
Timothy A Currier et al.
Electrophysiology identifies a population of fan-shaped body neurons that encode airflow in two directions relative to the fly midline and whose silencing disrupts proper orientation to airflow.
Cell types and neuronal circuitry underlying female aggression in
Catherine E Schretter et al.
A discrete group of interconnected neurons are shown to drive aggressive social interactions in
females and genetic tools to manipulate these neuronal cell types are provided.
The neural basis for a persistent internal state in
David Deutsch et al.
A set of sexually dimorphic neurons in female flies is part of a recurrent neural network and drives minutes-long persistent neural activity and persistent social behaviors.
Topographic gradients of intrinsic dynamics across neocortex
Golia Shafiei et al.
Intrinsic dynamics are shaped by the intersection of molecular, microstructural, connectomic, and activation gradients.
Ultrastructural comparison of dendritic spine morphology preserved with cryo and chemical fixation
Hiromi Tamada et al.
Cryo preservation of brain tissue reveals dendritic spines with thinner necks compared to those prepared with chemical fixation.
Spatial readout of visual looming in the central brain of
Mai M Morimoto et al.
central brain, synaptic connectivity extracts visual-spatial information from the axons of looming sensitive LC6 neurons that terminate in a glomerulus with minimal retinotopy.
Preserving inhibition with a disinhibitory microcircuit in the retina
Qiang Chen et al.
A disinhibitory motif in the retina mediates noise resilience of motion detection using an inverted algorithm of disinhibition due to the interplay between network activity and synaptic plasticity.
Early life stress causes sex-specific changes in adult fronto-limbic connectivity that differentially drive learning
Jordon D White et al.
Mice exposed to complex early adversity show similar diffusion MRI changes to those reported in humans and sex-specific changes in connectivity that differentially affect contextual deficits in males and females.
Maternal cortisol is associated with neonatal amygdala microstructure and connectivity in a sexually dimorphic manner
David Q Stoye et al.
Prenatal stress is transmitted to infant development through cortisol, which imparts sex-specific effects on the development and connectivity of the amygdalae.
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