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Computational and Systems Biology
NetPyNE, a tool for data-driven multiscale modeling of brain circuits
Salvador Dura-Bernal et al.
The NetPyNE software tool provides a framework to efficiently develop, simulate, optimize and analyze experimentally grounded neural models spanning the molecular, cellular and circuit scales.
Coopted temporal patterning governs cellular hierarchy, heterogeneity and metabolism in
Sara Genovese et al.
About twenty temporal patterning genes are identified that drive an irreversible differentiation trajectory governing the heterogeneity and proliferative properties of cells in neural tumors with an early developmental origin.
Engendering equality: The Lise-Meitner-Gesellschaft
The Lise-Meitner-Gesellschaft aims to raise awareness of gender inequality in the natural sciences and mathematics.
Retinal Circuits: How we see the forest and the trees
Jeffrey S Diamond
Specific pathways in the retina help us see spatial detail in our visual world.
Genetics and Genomics
Correction: Natural epigenetic polymorphisms lead to intraspecific variation in Arabidopsis gene imprinting
Daniela Pignatta et al.
Correction: Measurements and models of electric fields in the
human brain during transcranial electric stimulation
Yu Huang et al.
Immunology and Inflammation
Correction: Synergy and remarkable specificity of antimicrobial peptides in vivo using a systematic knockout approach
Mark Austin Hanson et al.
Genetics and Genomics
Correction: Evolving a 24-hr oscillator in budding yeast
Gregg A Wildenberg, Andrew W Murray
2018 Gairdner Awards: The past, present and future of light-gated ion channels and optogenetics
Sheena A Josselyn
Research into light-gated ion channels called channelrhodospins laid the foundations for the development of optogenetics, a technique that has gone on to revolutionize neuroscience.
Neuroplasticity: Exciting experiences make neurons less excitable
Prakruti Nanda et al.
Neurons in the brain of a female mouse that respond to the scent of a given male become suppressed after mating.
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