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Concurrent encoding of frequency and amplitude modulation in human auditory cortex: MEG evidence.
A natural sound can be described by dynamic changes in envelope (amplitude) and carrier (frequency), corresponding to amplitude modulation (AM) and frequency modulation (FM), respectively. AlthoughExpand
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Sensitivity to temporal modulation rate and spectral bandwidth in the human auditory system: MEG evidence.
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We recorded the auditory steady-state responses (aSSR) to slow amplitude modulations (AM) from 14 human subjects using magnetoencephalography. Expand
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Review of Drug Repositioning Approaches and Resources
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In this paper, we reviewed computational approaches and highlighted their characteristics to provide references for researchers to develop more powerful approaches. Expand
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Characterization of Tornado Spectral Signatures Using Higher-Order Spectra
Abstract Distinct tornado spectral signatures (TSSs), which are similar to white noise spectra or have bimodal features, have been observed in both simulations and real data from Doppler radars. TheExpand
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Concurrent encoding of frequency and amplitude modulation in human auditory cortex: encoding transition.
Complex natural sounds (e.g., animal vocalizations or speech) can be characterized by specific spectrotemporal patterns the components of which change in both frequency (FM) and amplitude (AM). TheExpand
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Observations of the 10 May 2010 Tornado Outbreak Using OU-PRIME: Potential for New Science with High-Resolution Polarimetric Radar
A tornado outbreak occurred in central Oklahoma on 10 May 2010, including two tornadoes with enhanced Fujita scale ratings of 4 (EF-4). Tragically, three deaths were reported along with significantExpand
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C-Band Polarimetric Radar QPE Based on Specific Differential Propagation Phase for Extreme Typhoon Rainfall
AbstractTo obtain accurate radar quantitative precipitation estimation (QPE) for extreme rainfall events such as land-falling typhoon systems in complex terrain, a new method was developed for C-bandExpand
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Materials for central nervous system regeneration: bioactive cues
Current clinical therapies have limited capacity to restore function in damaged nerves. Regeneration of axons in the injured central nervous system is inhibited by the presence of both physical andExpand
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Activation of NMDA receptors produces dopamine-mediated changes in fish retinal horizontal cell light responses.
1. The action of N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) on cone horizontal cells was studied in in vitro goldfish retinas superfused with a bicarbonate-based Ringer solution that contained D-serine (0.5Expand
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Effect of interhemispheric sections of the hypothalamus on milk-ejection bursts of supraoptic oxytocin neurones during bilateral and unilateral suckling in the rat
The burst activity of oxytocin neurones was recorded from the supraoptic nucleus of lactating rats with or without interhemispheric sectioning of the hypothalamus during bilateral or unilateralExpand
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