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Layer 6 ensembles can selectively regulate the behavioral impact and layer-specific representation of sensory deviants
Jakob Voigts et al.
Changing which layer 6 neurons are active during sensory tasks disrupts the detection and encoding of changes, but still allows integration of sensory information in the absence of changes.
Comparison of induced neurons reveals slower structural and functional maturation in humans than in apes
Maria Schörnig et al.
Human complex exploration strategies are enriched by noradrenaline-modulated heuristics
Magda Dubois et al.
Humans supplement complex, resource-demanding strategies with simple heuristics for solving the exploration-exploitation dilemma, and noradrenaline functioning controls their utilisation.
Highly redundant neuropeptide volume co-transmission underlying episodic activation of the GnRH neuron dendron
Xinhuai Liu et al.
Behavioral role of PACAP reflects its selective distribution in glutamatergic and GABAergic neuronal subpopulations
Limei Zhang et al.
tunes functional flexibility of courtship circuitry during development
Jie Chen et al.
Microsecond interaural time difference discrimination restored by cochlear implants after neonatal deafness
Nicole Rosskothen-Kuhl et al.
Early deaf human CI users are often insensitive to sub-millisecond interaural time differences (ITDs); however, with synchronized CIs, early deafened rats learned to lateralize small ITDs near 50 µs.
Computational and Systems Biology
Bi-channel Image Registration and Deep-learning Segmentation (BIRDS) for efficient, versatile 3D mapping of mouse brain
Xuechun Wang et al.
Ablation of STAT3 in Purkinje cells reorganizes cerebellar synaptic plasticity in long-term fear memory network
Jeong-Kyu Han et al.
Cerebellar STAT3 is indispensable for proper expression of fear memory network processing.
Amplitude modulations of cortical sensory responses in pulsatile evidence accumulation
Sue Ann Koay et al.
From as early as primary visual cortex and across posterior cortical areas, neural responses to visual pulses during an evidence-accumulation task exhibit a multitude of task-related amplitude modulations/gain changes.
Living Science: Theoretical musings
Decoding the infrastructure of the cerebellum
Willem S van Hoogstraten, Chris I De Zeeuw
On the origin of fly species
Hui Gong, Lucia Prieto-Godino
Ronald L Calabrese
Emory University, United States
Vollum Institute, United States
Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children's Hospital, United States, United States
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