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    Neuroscout, a unified platform for generalizable and reproducible fMRI research

    Alejandro de la Vega, Roberta Rocca ... Tal Yarkoni
    A web-based analysis platform for public fMRI data using naturalistic stimuli, leveraging state-of-the-art feature extraction models to enable more generalizable and reproducible findings.
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    Experience-driven rate modulation is reinstated during hippocampal replay

    Margot Tirole, Marta Huelin Gorriz ... Daniel Bendor
    Hippocampal place cells modulate their firing rate during replay events to reflect the increases, or decreases, in firing rate experienced between contexts during behavior.
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    Distance estimation from monocular cues in an ethological visuomotor task

    Philip RL Parker, Elliott TT Abe ... Cristopher M Niell
    Mice accurately perform an ethological distance estimation task based on gap jumping and can use monocular cues to estimate distance in addition to binocular cues such as stereopsis.
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    Stability of motor representations after paralysis

    Charles Guan, Tyson Aflalo ... Richard A Andersen
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    ​Frequency-specific neural signatures of perceptual content and perceptual stability

    Richard Hardstone, Matthew W Flounders ... Biyu J He
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    Seizures, behavioral deficits, and adverse drug responses in two new genetic mouse models of HCN1 epileptic encephalopathy

    Andrea Merseburg, Jacquelin Kasemir ... Bina Santoro
    Two genetic mouse models for HCN1-linked developmental epileptic encephalopathy display distinct biophysical changes in HCN1 ion channel properties but similar worsening of seizures in response to antiepileptic drugs, thereby recapitulating key features of the human disease.
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    IL-37 expression reduces acute and chronic neuroinflammation and rescues cognitive impairment in an Alzheimer’s disease mouse model

    Niklas Lonnemann, Shirin Hosseini ... Martin Korte
    Expression of an interleukin that is immune suppressive (IL-37) in mice is able to limit inflammation in the brain after acute inflammatory events and prevent loss of cognitive abilities in a mouse model of AD.
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    Contribution of behavioural variability to representational drift

    Sadra Sadeh, Claudia Clopath
    By analysing large-scale datasets from the Allen Brain Observatory, we found that changes in the behavioural state of the animal can significantly contribute to the changes in representational similarity over time.