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Random walks and diffusion on networks
We survey the theory and applications of random walks on networks, restricting ourselves to simple cases of single and non-adaptive random walkers. Expand
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Systematic Analysis of Neural Projections Reveals Clonal Composition of the Drosophila Brain
BACKGROUND During development neurons are generated by sequential divisions of neural stem cells, or neuroblasts. In the insect brain progeny of certain stem cells form lineage-specific sets ofExpand
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Cryptosystems with discretized chaotic maps
Many kinds of chaotic cryptosystems have been proposed. Chaotic systems dissipate information due to orbital instability with positive Lyapunov exponents and ergodicity. If these properties areExpand
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Longitudinal characterization of brain atrophy of a Huntington's disease mouse model by automated morphological analyses of magnetic resonance images
We describe a tool for automated segmentation and voxel-based morphological analyses of the mouse brains. Expand
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Energy landscape and dynamics of brain activity during human bistable perception
Individual differences in the structure of parietal and prefrontal cortex predict the stability of bistable visual perception. However, the mechanisms linking such individual differences in brainExpand
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Atypical intrinsic neural timescale in autism
How long neural information is stored in a local brain area reflects functions of that region and is often estimated by the magnitude of the autocorrelation of intrinsic neural signals in the area.Expand
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Directionality of contact networks suppresses selection pressure in evolutionary dynamics.
  • N. Masuda
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of theoretical biology
  • 5 December 2008
Individuals of different types, may it be genetic, cultural, or else, with different levels of fitness often compete for reproduction and survival. A fitter type generally has higher chances ofExpand
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The antidepressant sertraline improves the phenotype, promotes neurogenesis and increases BDNF levels in the R6/2 Huntington's disease mouse model
Huntington's disease (HD) is an inherited progressive neurodegenerative disorder characterized by progressive movement, psychiatric and cognitive disturbances. Previous studies have indicated that HDExpand
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Sertraline slows disease progression and increases neurogenesis in N171-82Q mouse model of Huntington's disease
Huntington's disease (HD) is an inherited progressive neurodegenerative disorder resulting from CAG repeat expansion in the gene that encodes for the protein huntingtin. To identify neuroprotectiveExpand
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The genomic structure and expression of MJD, the Machado-Joseph disease gene
AbstractMachado-Joseph disease (MJD) is an autosomal dominant neurodegenerative disorder that is clinically characterized by cerebellar ataxia and various associated symptoms. The disease is causedExpand
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