Kimberly R. Clark

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We examined the frame of reference of auditory responses in the inferior colliculus in monkeys fixating visual stimuli at different locations. Eye position modulated the level of auditory responses in 33% of the neurons we encountered, but it did not appear to shift their spatial tuning. The effect of eye position on auditory responses was(More)
We investigated the structure and expression of three S-alleles of Petunia hybrida in self-incompatible varieties and in a pseudo-self-compatible line in which the self-incompatibility response is defective. Comparison of derived amino acid sequences from different gametophytic S-alleles revealed a pattern of sequence conservation and variability that was(More)
The liver removes quickly the great bulk of virus circulating in blood, leaving only a small fraction to infect the host, in a manner characteristic of each virus. The scavenger cells of the liver sinusoids are implicated, but the mechanism is entirely unknown. Here we show, borrowing a mouse model of adenovirus clearance, that nearly all infused adenovirus(More)
capture and the ventriloquism effect) would be well Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences served by an eye-centered reference frame, as would Center for Cognitive Neuroscience guidance of any behavior that can be governed by both 6207 Moore Hall visual and auditory stimuli (e. 2000). If an eye-centered reference frame for sound has Hanover, New(More)
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