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    1. Neuroscience

    Temporal chunking as a mechanism for unsupervised learning of task-sets

    Flora Bouchacourt et al.
    Model-based analyses of human behaviour and neural activity show that representations of concurrent task-sets emerge by merging together representations of individual stimulus-response associations that occur in temporal proximity.
    1. Neuroscience

    Inferring circuit mechanisms from sparse neural recording and global perturbation in grid cells

    John Widloski et al.
    A novel experimental method and analysis is conceived, based on perturbation and sparse recording, to elucidate the circuit structure and mechanisms underlying the responses of grid cells.
    1. Neuroscience

    Learning place cells, grid cells and invariances with excitatory and inhibitory plasticity

    Simon Nikolaus Weber, Henning Sprekeler
    A large variety of spatial representations implied in rodent navigation could arise robustly and rapidly from inputs with a weak spatial structure, by an interaction of excitatory and inhibitory synaptic plasticity.
    1. Developmental Biology
    2. Plant Biology

    A stochastic multicellular model identifies biological watermarks from disorders in self-organized patterns of phyllotaxis

    Yassin Refahi et al.
    A stochastic model of phyllotaxis can explain the striking irregularities observed in the spiral patterns of plants and predicts that perturbation patterns provide key information about the underlying biochemical mechanisms.
    1. Computational and Systems Biology
    2. Developmental Biology

    Modularity, criticality, and evolvability of a developmental gene regulatory network

    Berta Verd et al.
    A new approach focusing on dynamic modularity helps overcome traditional challenges detecting modularity in complex adaptive systems.
    1. Computational and Systems Biology
    2. Neuroscience

    Place-cell capacity and volatility with grid-like inputs

    Man Yi Yim et al.
    A very large number of place-field maps can be robustly learned by association of external cues with the grid-driven response, however plasticity in the grid-cell inputs renders the place-cell responses volatile.
    1. Computational and Systems Biology
    2. Neuroscience

    Continuous lateral oscillations as a core mechanism for taxis in Drosophila larvae

    Antoine Wystrach et al.
    Analysis of crawling Drosophila larva and agent based simulations suggest that an intrinsic rhythm rather than distinct actions underlie taxis behaviour, providing a core mechanism on which both sensory and memory pathways can converge.
    1. Neuroscience

    During hippocampal inactivation, grid cells maintain synchrony, even when the grid pattern is lost

    Noam Almog et al.
    Grid cells lose their hexagonality during hippocampal inactivation, but maintain temporal and spatial synchrony between pairs of cells, implying that hippocampus does not determine phase relations between grid cells.
    1. Cell Biology
    2. Neuroscience

    KIF2A regulates the development of dentate granule cells and postnatal hippocampal wiring

    Noriko Homma et al.
    Postnatal KIF2A is a key regulator for axon/dendrite determination of developing dentate granule cells, and its loss developed apical axons in dentate molecular layer, broke hippocampal wiring, and induced temporal lobe epilepsy.
    1. Neuroscience

    Complementary congruent and opposite neurons achieve concurrent multisensory integration and segregation

    Wen-Hao Zhang et al.
    Opposite neurons in multisensory areas compute the cue disparity information essential for information segregation.