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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