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Speech versus song: multiple pitch-sensitive areas revealed by a naturally occurring musical illusion.
It is normally obvious to listeners whether a human vocalization is intended to be heard as speech or song. However, the 2 signals are remarkably similar acoustically. A naturally occurring boundaryExpand
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Audio-visual speech perception: a developmental ERP investigation
Being able to see a talking face confers a considerable advantage for speech perception in adulthood. However, behavioural data currently suggest that children fail to make full use of theseExpand
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Inactivation of Dnmt3b in Mouse Embryonic Fibroblasts Results in DNA Hypomethylation, Chromosomal Instability, and Spontaneous Immortalization*
DNA hypomethylation is a hallmark of many types of solid tumors. However, it remains elusive how DNA hypomethylation may contribute to tumorigenesis. In this study, we have investigated how targetedExpand
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Whole-Brain In-vivo Measurements of the Axonal G-Ratio in a Group of 37 Healthy Volunteers
The g-ratio, quantifying the ratio between the inner and outer diameters of a fiber, is an important microstructural characteristic of fiber pathways and is functionally related to conductionExpand
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The large subunit of replication factor C promotes cell survival after DNA damage in an LxCxE motif- and Rb-dependent manner.
Retinoblastoma (Rb) protein promotes cell survival after DNA damage. We show here that the LxCxE binding site in Rb mediates both cell survival and cell-cycle arrest after DNA damage. ReplicationExpand
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Pupil-linked phasic arousal evoked by violation but not emergence of regularity within rapid sound sequences
The ability to track the statistics of our surroundings is a key computational challenge. A prominent theory proposes that the brain monitors for unexpected uncertainty – events which deviateExpand
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Examination of the pRb-Dependent and pRb-Independent Functions of E7 In Vivo
ABSTRACT High-risk human papillomaviruses encode two oncogenes, E6 and E7, expressed in nearly all cervical cancers. Although E7 protein is best known for its ability to inactivate the retinoblastomaExpand
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Critical roles for non-pRb targets of human papillomavirus type 16 E7 in cervical carcinogenesis.
High-risk human papillomaviruses (HPV) encode two oncogenes, E6 and E7, expressed in nearly all cervical cancers. In vivo, HPV-16 E7 has been shown to induce multiple phenotypes in the context ofExpand
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Adenovirus E1A Directly Targets the E2F/DP-1 Complex
ABSTRACT Deregulation of the cell cycle is of paramount importance during adenovirus infection. Adenovirus normally infects quiescent cells and must initiate the cell cycle in order to propagateExpand
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Non-invasive laminar inference with MEG: Comparison of methods and source inversion algorithms
We use several different source inversion algorithms and both local and global fit metrics in order to demonstrate the robustness of discrimination between layers. Expand
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