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Modeling absence seizure dynamics: implications for basic mechanisms and measurement of thalamocortical and corticothalamic latencies.
A successful physiologically based continuum model of the corticothalamic system is applied to determine the relative contributions of axonal and intrinsic cellular delays to the waveforms of absence… Expand
Critical Fluctuations in Cortical Models Near Instability
- Matthew J. Aburn, C. Holmes, J. Roberts, T. Boonstra, M. Breakspear
- Computer Science, Medicine
- Front. Physio.
- 9 May 2012
We study temporal fluctuations in a widely-employed computational model (the Jansen–Rit model) of cortical activity, examining the statistical signatures that accompany bifurcations. Expand
Measurements of the circular polarization of radio sources at frequencies of 0.63, 1.4, 5.0 and 8.9 GHz.
Circular polarization measurements were made with the Parkes 64 m telescope on 66 mainly extragalactic sources, 33 of which were studied at two or more frequencies. Circular polarization was… Expand
The economics of infectious disease
- J. Roberts
Infectious diseases once considered vanquished in the developed world now represent a growing challenge to public health care systems. Not only do we face threats from new diseases such as AIDS,… Expand
THE EFFECTS OF WIND AND PRECIPITATION ON THE MODIFICATION OF SOUTH BEACH, CRESCENT CITY, CALIFORNIA, INCLUDING AN APPENDIX ON THE FOCUSING OF TSUNAMI ENERGY AT CRESCENT CITY.
Abstract : The effects of a tsunami, generated by the Alaskan earthquake of 27 March 1964, on the beaches in the Crescent City area of northwestern California were ex amined. The observations were… Expand
Microwave spectra of the 13C isotopic species of methyl cyanide for the ground and V8=1,2 vibrational levels in the frequency range 17-56 GHz
Abstract The microwave spectrum of 13 C substituted methyl cyanide CH 3 C 14 N was studied for the v 8 = 1, 2, for both single and double 13 C substitutions, with vibrational states in the frequency… Expand
PHOTOINDUCED ELECTRON TRANSFER WITHIN A DONOR-ACCEPTOR PAIR JUXTAPOSED BY A SALT BRIDGE
Electron transfer within ruthenium(II) polypyridyl-(salt bridge)-dimethylaniline acceptor-donor complexes
Abstract The kinetics of electron transfer from N , N ′-dimethylaniline to electronically excited Ru(II) polypyridyl acceptor complexes through an amidinium-carboxylate salt bridge have been… Expand
The Amidinium–Carboxylate Salt Bridge as a Proton-Coupled Interface to Electron Transfer Pathways†
The ruthenium and osmium complexes were prepared according to literature procedures [ l l ] . NBE was purchased from Fluka, and DCPD (technical quality, 94%) from Shell and used as received.… Expand