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Physics of Living Systems
Revealing architectural order with quantitative label-free imaging and deep learning
Syuan-Ming Guo et al.
Advances in quantitative phase and polarized light microscopy, combined with deep learning, reveal the architecture of human brain tissue.
Intrinsic control of muscle attachment sites matching
Alexandre Carayon et al.
Making a link between deletion of transcription cis-regulatory elements by CrispR/Cas9, obtention of mutants with single muscle morphology defects and their impact on locomotion.
Underlying dyslipidemia postpartum in women with a recent GDM pregnancy who develop type 2 diabetes
Mi Lai et al.
Lipid dysmetabolism occurs at postpartum in women who progress from GDM to type 2 diabetes, and specific lipids could predict the progression.
Temporal selectivity declines in the aging human auditory cortex
Julia Erb et al.
The aged human auditory cortex shows preserved tonotopy, but temporal modulations are represented with a markedly broader tuning, highlighting decreased temporal selectivity as a hallmark of the aging auditory cortex.
Improving a probabilistic cytoarchitectonic atlas of auditory cortex using a novel method for inter-individual alignment
Omer Faruk Gulban et al.
Inter-individual human brain alignment that uses macro-anatomical priors in addition to cortical curvature improves micro-anatomical correspondence between auditory areas.
Microglial calcium signaling is attuned to neuronal activity in awake mice
Anthony D Umpierre et al.
Microglial processes engage calcium signaling in response to hyper- or hypo-active shifts in neuronal activity.
Intrinsic excitation-inhibition imbalance affects medial prefrontal cortex differently in autistic men versus women
Stavros Trakoshis et al.
Excitation-inhibition imbalance affects medial prefrontal cortex differently in autistic males versus females.
Deciphering the neural signature of human cardiovascular regulation
Jorge Manuel et al.
At least three hypothalamic subsystems are involved in cardiovascular regulation in humans.
Meta-Research: The growth of acronyms in the scientific literature
Adrian Barnett, Zoe Doubleday
A study of 24 million articles has revealed that scientists have created more than 1 million acronyms since 1950, most of which have been used fewer than 10 times.
Private–public mappings in human prefrontal cortex
Dan Bang et al.
A distinction between private and public aspects of mental states is reflected in a medial-lateral division of human prefrontal cortex.
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