Miles Hatfield

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Low-molecular-weight chromium-binding substance (LMWCr), also known as chromodulin, is a chromium-binding oligopeptide proposed to have a function in chromium transport and insulin signaling in mammals. In this work, LMWCr has been isolated and purified for the first time from non-mammalian sources: chicken and American alligator. Milligram quantities of(More)
Some objects are mono-oriented, possessing a canonical or "preferred upright" orientation (Palmer at al., 1981; Jolicoeur, 1985). The implications of canonical orientations for theories of object recognition have been widely discussed (Rock, 1974; Tarr & Pinker, 1989; Ghose & Liu, 2013), but it remains unclear how "canonical" orientations fit into a theory(More)
How is object orientation represented in the brain? Behavioral error patterns reveal systematic tendencies to confuse certain orientations with one another. Using fMRI, we asked whether more confusable orientations are represented more similarly in object selective cortex (LOC). We compared two widely-used measures of neural similarity: multi-voxel pattern(More)
The reaction of Cu(ClO(4))(2) x 6H(2)O, NaAsF(6) and excess pyrazole yields hexakis(pyrazole-kappa N(2))copper(II) bis(hexafluoroarsenate), [Cu(C(3)H(4)N(2))(6)](AsF(6))(2) or [Cu(pzH)(6)](AsF(6))(2) (pzH is pyrazole), (I). The analogous hexakis(pyrazole-kappa N(2))copper(II) hexafluorophosphate perchlorate complex,(More)
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