Christopher Job

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The mammalian neocortex is subdivided into regions that are specialised for the processing of particular forms of information. These regions are distinct in terms of their cytoarchitecture, electrophysiology, and connectivity. How this regional diversity is generated through development is currently a topic of considerable interest and has centered upon two(More)
The mammalian brain is estimated to contain about a hundred billion neurons, making it the most complex biological structure on earth. Trying to understand the assembly and function of this elaborate organ is a formidable task. Yet the information to build a brain is encoded by no more than a subset of the 80,000 genes present in the genome, a more(More)
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