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    Neural mechanism of rebooting the unconsciousness caused by midazolam

    LeYuan Gu, WeiHui Shao ... HongHai Zhang
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    The scheduling of adolescence with Netrin-1 and UNC5C

    Daniel Hoops, Robert F. Kyne ... Cecilia Flores
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    Brain representations of motion and position in the double-drift illusion

    Noah J Steinberg, Zvi N Roth ... Elisha Merriam
    The 'double-drift' illusion involves integration of retinal and non-retinal signals in the human visual cortex, providing evidence for a perceptual representation that incorporates extraretinal information.
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    Pan-cortical 2-photon mesoscopic imaging and neurobehavioral alignment in awake, behaving mice

    Evan D Vickers, David A McCormick
    Procedures were developed to perform mesoscale 2-photon Ca2+ imaging simultaneously from all of mouse dorsolateral neocortex, facilitating identification of widespread neural ensembles with activity related to diverse aspects of behavior.
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    Reactivation strength during cued recall is modulated by graph distance within cognitive maps

    Simon Kern, Juliane Nagel ... Gordon B Feld
    Items retrieved from cognitive maps are reactivated simultaneously or sequentially depending on the performance, where in the first case the reactivation strength reflects the distance within the map.
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    Statistical learning shapes pain perception and prediction independently of external cues

    Jakub Onysk, Nicholas Gregory ... Flavia Mancini

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    Foundation for Research and Technology–Hellas, Greece
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