Aloysio Wilson

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OBJECTIVES Changes in subchondral bone (SCB) and cross-talk with articular cartilage (AC) have been linked to osteoarthritis (OA). Using micro-computed tomography (micro-CT) this study: (1) examines changes in SCB architecture in a non-invasive loading mouse model in which focal AC lesions are induced selectively in the lateral femur, and (2) determines any(More)
22 During low arousal states such as drowsiness and sleep, cortical neurons exhibit 23 rhythmic slow wave activity associated with periods of neuronal silence. Slow waves are locally 24 regulated, and local slow wave dynamics are important for memory, cognition, and behaviour. 25 While several brainstem structures for controlling global sleep states have(More)
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The MIT Faculty has made this article openly available. Please share how this access benefits you. Your story matters. and proofing. formatted HTML, PDF, and XML versions will be made available after technical processing, editing, This PDF is the version of the article that was accepted for publication after peer review. Fully elife.elifesciences.org at(More)
Cyanobacteria, conspicuous photoprokaryotes in aquatic ecosystems, may produce secondary metabolites such as the hepatotoxins, microcystins (MC). While MC have been quantified in numerous aquatic consumers across a variety of ecosystems, there is still debate whether biomagnification or biodilution of MC generally occurs in aquatic foodwebs. Given the(More)
Forty-eight right-handed Ss were tested for simple reaction time (RT) to a monaurally presented 1000 Hz tone of 250 msec duration. Each S was tested in 3 series comprising 7, 11 and 15 stimulus presentations (trials). In each series all stimuli but one (probe) were presented to a single ear. Ss were divided equally into right or left-ear attention groups on(More)
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