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Inferring the structure and dynamics of interactions in schooling fish
Determining individual-level interactions that govern highly coordinated motion in animal groups or cellular aggregates has been a long-standing challenge, central to understanding the mechanisms andExpand
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Factors mediating powerful voltage attenuation along CA1 pyramidal neuron dendrites
We performed simultaneous patch‐electrode recordings from the soma and apical dendrite of CA1 pyramidal neurons in hippocampal slices, in order to determine the degree of voltage attenuation alongExpand
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Collective States, Multistability and Transitional Behavior in Schooling Fish
We demonstrate that collective motion can be effectively mapped onto a set of order parameters describing the macroscopic group structure, revealing the existence of at least three dynamically-stable collective states; swarm, milling and polarized groups. Expand
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Visual sensory networks and effective information transfer in animal groups
Social transmission of information is vital for many group-living animals, allowing coordination of motion and effective response to complex environments. Revealing the interaction networksExpand
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Distance-Dependent Differences in Synapse Number and AMPA Receptor Expression in Hippocampal CA1 Pyramidal Neurons
The ability of synapses throughout the dendritic tree to influence neuronal output is crucial for information processing in the brain. Synaptic potentials attenuate dramatically, however, as theyExpand
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Cloning and characterization of Arabidopsis homologues of the animal CstF complex that regulates 3' mRNA cleavage and polyadenylation.
The 3' cleavage and polyadenylation of mRNAs has been studied in detail in animals and yeast, but not in plants. Aimed at elucidating the regulation of mRNA 3' end formation in plants, threeExpand
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Synapse Distribution Suggests a Two-Stage Model of Dendritic Integration in CA1 Pyramidal Neurons
Competing models have been proposed to explain how neurons integrate the thousands of inputs distributed throughout their dendritic trees. In a simple global integration model, inputs from allExpand
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The chloroplast protein disulfide isomerase RB60 reacts with a regulatory disulfide of the RNA-binding protein RB47.
Biochemical studies have identified two proteins, RB47 and RB60, that are involved in the light-regulated translation of the psbA mRNA in the chloroplast of the unicellular alga ChlamydomonasExpand
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Balanced Synaptic Impact via Distance-Dependent Synapse Distribution and Complementary Expression of AMPARs and NMDARs in Hippocampal Dendrites
Neuronal computation involves the integration of synaptic inputs that are often distributed over expansive dendritic trees, suggesting the need for compensatory mechanisms that enable spatiallyExpand
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A Rapid, Mobile Neurocognitive Screening Test to Aid in Identifying Cognitive Impairment and Dementia (BrainCheck): Cohort Study
Background The US population over the age of 65 is expected to double by the year 2050. Concordantly, the incidence of dementia is projected to increase. The subclinical stage of dementia beginsExpand
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