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A compositional neural code in high-level visual cortex can explain jumbled word reading
Aakash Agrawal et al.
Viewing a jumbled word activates an efficient visual representation in high-level visual cortex that is matched to stored words in the word form area.
Retrieval practice facilitates memory updating by enhancing and differentiating medial prefrontal cortex representations
Zhifang Ye et al.
Retrieval practice strongly engages the medial prefrontal cortex to integrate and differentiate memory representations, resulting in more effective memory updating.
Circuits that encode and guide alcohol-associated preference
Kristin M Scaplen et al.
Alcohol modifies dopaminergic microcircuits required for acquisition and expression of sensory memories in
resulting in a shift in behavioral response from malleable to inflexible.
Microstructural organization of human insula is linked to its macrofunctional circuitry and predicts cognitive control
Vinod Menon et al.
Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine
Hippocampal neural stem cells facilitate access from circulation via apical cytoplasmic processes
Tamar Licht et al.
Activity-dependent tuning of intrinsic excitability in mouse and human neurogliaform cells
Ramesh Chittajallu et al.
Structural Biology and Molecular Biophysics
The His-Gly motif of acid-sensing ion channels resides in a reentrant 'loop' implicated in gating and ion selectivity
Nate Yoder, Eric Gouaux
Feedback contribution to surface motion perception in the human early visual cortex
Ingo Marquardt et al.
Regulation of nerve growth and patterning by cell surface protein disulphide isomerase
Geoffrey MW Cook et al.
The nerve growth-repellent activity that generates spinal nerve repeat-patterning in birds and mammals is identified at the molecular level, and a similar system is revealed in adult brain grey matter.
Complexity of frequency receptive fields predicts tonotopic variability across species
Quentin Gaucher et al.
The A1 of ferrets and mice show similar tonotopic organizations, with neurons preferring a single frequency being more precisely organized into a tonotopic map than multipeaked neurons.
Biochemistry and Chemical Biology
Improving the reporting of experiments
Kleber Neves, Olavo B Amaral
Motor Performance: Acetylcholine in action
Erin M Wall, Sarah C Woolley
Genetics and Genomics
Why the young sleep longer
Budhaditya Chowdhury, Orie T Shafer
Ronald L Calabrese
Emory University, United States
Michael J Frank
Brown University, United States
National Centre for Biological Sciences, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India
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