Dmitriy Lisitsyn

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Primary hypolactasia is a gene attributed condition of the inability of adult individuals to consume whole milk. Subpopulations of the Russia (Kildin) and Finland Saami are characterized by a large variability of the LAC*R (lactase restriction) gene frequencies (0.50-0.77). The distribution of primary hypolactasia among the Saami is ranging from 25% to 60%.(More)
In dependence on the behavioral context, sensory signals are selectively routed throughout the brain. Particularly, in area V4 of the visual cortex, neurons with multiple stimuli in their receptive fields respond as if just the attended stimulus was present [1]. The mechanisms for selective information processing are still debated, but gamma-band(More)
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