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Hedonic processing in humans is mediated by an opioidergic mechanism in a mesocorticolimbic system
Christian Buchel et al.
The pleasure of rewards in humans is mediated by an opioidergic mechanism.
Computational and Systems Biology
Size control of the inner ear via hydraulic feedback
Kishore R Mosaliganti et al.
Size regulation of the otic vesicle, the progenitor of the inner ear, is mediated by mechanical feedback involving fluid influx, hydraulic pressure, and tissue mechanics.
Testing the Münch hypothesis of long distance phloem transport in plants
Michael Knoblauch et al.
Measurements of physiological and geometrical parameters of the sieve tube system in
provide strong support for pressure driven mass flow.
Probabilistic, spinally-gated control of bladder pressure and autonomous micturition by Barrington’s nucleus CRH neurons
Hiroki Ito et al.
Ponto-spinal CRH neurons in Barrington’s nucleus are a core component of an inferential circuit that regulates autonomous micturition and generates voids when the bladder is full.
Epidemiology and Global Health
Microbiology and Infectious Disease
Fitness benefits in fluoroquinolone-resistant
Typhi in the absence of antimicrobial pressure
Stephen Baker et al.
The major evolutionary routes to drug resistance in Salmonella Typhi are associated with fitness benefits, not fitness costs, implying that prudent antimicrobial use will have no effect as a public health intervention in controlling typhoid fever.
Neuroscience: The tortoise and the hare revisited
Natalia L Kononenko et al.
Balancing model-based and memory-free action selection under competitive pressure
Atsushi Kikumoto, Ulrich Mayr
People compete by trying to outsmart their opponents as long as they win, but show random behavior, and neural signs of suppressing knowledge about opponents’ strategies, when they lose.
Intracortical Microstimulation: Regaining the senses of touch and movement
Victor de Lafuente
Artificially activating certain neurons in the cortex can make a tetraplegic patient feel naturalistic sensations of skin pressure and arm movement.
The golden mimicry complex uses a wide spectrum of defence to deter a community of predators
Stano Pekár et al.
A mimetic complex composed of at least 140 species of ants, wasps, spiders, true bugs and treehoppers, all with conspicuous golden bodies, has been discovered.
Anatomical basis and physiological role of cerebrospinal fluid transport through the murine cribriform plate
Jordan N Norwood et al.
Chemical ablation of olfactory sensory neurons blocks cerebrospinal fluid outflow into the nasal epithelium, leading to alterations of cerebrospinal fluid dynamics.
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