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Stimulus salience determines defensive behaviors elicited by aversively conditioned serial compound auditory stimuli
Sarah Hersman et al.
A calibrated optogenetic toolbox of stable zebrafish opsin lines
Paride Antinucci et al.
Unc-4 acts to promote neuronal identity and development of the take-off circuit in the
Haluk Lacin et al.
Optimization of energy state transition trajectory supports the development of executive function during youth
Zaixu Cui et al.
Cell-specific exon methylation and CTCF binding in neurons regulates calcium ion channel splicing and function
Eduardo Javier López Soto, Diane Lipscombe
Movement-related coupling of human subthalamic nucleus spikes to cortical gamma
Petra Fischer et al.
When coupling between STN spikes and cortical gamma oscillations was strong, subsequent movement was initiated earlier, independent of changes in mean firing rates, demonstrating the importance of relative spike timing.
Spatiotemporal patterns of neocortical activity around hippocampal sharp-wave ripples
J Karimi Abadchi et al.
The hippocampus and neocortex engage in waves of mutual excitation wherein a sharp wave-ripple may occur at any time before, during or after the peak of the hippocampal-neocortical activation.
as a locus affecting nicotine preference in zebrafish and human smoking behaviour
Judit García-González et al.
Zebrafish studies are able to predict loci and biological pathways affecting human behaviour, paving the way to better understanding of the biological underpinnings of psychiatric disease.
Saccade suppression depends on context
The ability to smoothly perceive the environment across saccades without disturbing retinal motion sensations is generated by eye movement contingent habituation.
Correcting for physical distortions in visual stimuli improves reproducibility in zebrafish neuroscience
Timothy W Dunn, James E Fitzgerald
How the brain represents mass
Grant Fairchild, Jacqueline C Snow
How NO helps update memories
Daniel JE Green, Andrew C Lin
Fly model sheds light on brain disease
Martin H Berryer et al.
The University of Texas at Austin, United States
Weill Cornell Medicine, United States
Brandeis University, United States
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