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1.

Sleepers Selectively Suppress Informative Inputs During Rapid Eye Movements

Matthieu Koroma
École Normale Supérieure - PSL Research University - Brain and Consciousness Group
Célia Lacaux
Sorbonne University - École Doctorale Cerveau Cognition Comportement
Posted: 18 Feb 2020
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What the Zebrafish's Eye Tells the Zebrafish's Brain: Retinal Ganglion Cells for Prey Capture and Colour Vision

Mingyi Zhou
University of Sussex - School of Life Sciences
J. Bear
University of Sussex - School of Life Sciences
Posted: 11 Feb 2020
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Increased Mutation Rate is Linked to Genome Reduction in Prokaryotes

Thomas Bourguignon
Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST)
Yukihiro Kinjo
Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST)
Posted: 10 Feb 2020
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Resurrecting the Ancient Glow

Yuichi Oba
Chubu University - Department of Environmental Biology
Kaori Konishi
Chubu University - Department of Environmental Biology
Posted: 04 Feb 2020
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Defining the Island Dwarfing Rate of an Extinct Sicilian Elephant Using Ancient DNA

Sina Baleka
University of Potsdam
Victoria L. Herridge
Natural History Museum - Department of Earth Sciences
Posted: 30 Jan 2020
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Middle Pleistocene Cave Bear Genome Calibrates the Evolutionary History of Palaearctic Bears

Axel Barlow
University of Potsdam - Institute of Biochemistry and Biology
Johanna L. A. Paijmans
University of Potsdam - Institute of Biochemistry and Biology
Posted: 24 Jan 2020
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Desmosomes Pattern Cell Mechanics to Govern Epidermal Tissue Form and Function

Joshua Allen Broussard
Northwestern University - Department of Pathology
Jennifer L. Koetsier
Northwestern University - Department of Pathology
Posted: 23 Jan 2020
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8.

Fly Feature Detectors Show Contrast Invariance, Omni-Directionality, Velocity Constancy, and Octopaminergic Loss of Background Motion Suppression

Carola Staedele
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - Department of Integrative Biology and Physiology
Mehmet Keles
Johns Hopkins University - Department of Neurology
Posted: 23 Jan 2020
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Parallel Evolution in the Integration of a Co-Obligate Aphid Symbiosis

David Monnin
Queen Mary University of London - School of Biological and Chemical Sciences
Raphaella Jackson
Queen Mary University of London - School of Biological and Chemical Sciences
Posted: 22 Jan 2020
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10.

Oxytocin Controls Male Sexual Activity  via Non-Synaptic Axonal Release in the Spinal Cord

Takumi Oti
Okayama University - Ushimado Marine Institute (UMI)
Keita Satoh
Okayama University - Ushimado Marine Institute (UMI)
Posted: 21 Jan 2020
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Arp2/3 and Mena/VASP Require Profilin 1 for Actin Network Assembly at the Leading Edge

Kristen Skruber
University of Florida, College of Medicine, Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology
Peyton Warp
University of Florida, College of Medicine, Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology
Posted: 04 Jan 2020
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12.

Neural Evidence of Cognitive Conflict During Binocular Rivalry

Alice Drew
Universitat Pompeu Fabra - Multisensory Research Group
Mireia Torralba
Universitat Pompeu Fabra - Multisensory Research Group
Posted: 12 Dec 2019
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13.

Mechanosensory Stimulation Via Nanchung Expressing Neurons Can Induce Daytime Sleep in Drosophila

Shahnaz Rahman Lone
Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research - Chronobiology Laboratory
Sheetal Potdar
Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research - Behavioural Neurogenetics Laboratory
Posted: 06 Dec 2019
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Components of a Neanderthal Gut Microbiome Recovered from Fecal Sediments from El Salt

Simone Rampelli
University of Bologna - Unit of Microbial Ecology of Health
Silvia Turroni
University of Bologna - Unit of Microbial Ecology of Health
Posted: 06 Dec 2019
Sneak Peek Status: Review Complete
Downloads 9
15.

Distinct Actin-Dependent Nanoscale Assemblies Underlie the Dynamic and Hierarchical Organization of E-Cadherin

Rumamol Chandran
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) - National Centre for Biological Sciences (TIFR)
Girish Kale
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) - National Centre for Biological Sciences (TIFR)
Posted: 02 Dec 2019
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Novel Inhibitory Brainstem Neurons with Selective Projections to Spinal Lamina I Reduce Both Pain and Itch

Lindsay Agostinelli
University of Iowa - Department of Neurology
Joel C. Geerling
University of Iowa - Department of Neurology
Posted: 02 Dec 2019
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Disassembly of Axonal G3BP1 Aggregates by a Casein Kinase 2α mRNA Translational Switch

Pabitra K. Sahoo
University of South Carolina - Department of Biological Sciences
Amar N. Kar
University of South Carolina - Department of Biological Sciences
Posted: 02 Dec 2019
Sneak Peek Status: Under Review
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The LKB1-Like Kinase Elm1 Controls Septin Hourglass Assembly at the Cell Division Site by Promoting Filament Pairing

Joseph Marquardt
University of Pennsylvania - Department of Cell and Developmental Biology
Linlin Yao
University of Pennsylvania - Department of Cell and Developmental Biology
Posted: 25 Nov 2019
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The Reissner Fiber is Highly Dynamic in Vivo and Controls Morphogenesis of the Spine

Benjamin Troutwine
University of Texas at Austin - Department of Pediatrics
Paul Gontarz
Washington University in St. Louis - Department of Developmental Biology
Posted: 13 Nov 2019
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SCO-Spondin Defects and Neuroinflammation Identified as Conserved Mechanisms Driving Severe Spine Deformity Across Genetic Models of Idiopathic Scoliosis

Chloe Rose
The Hospital for Sick Children - Program in Developmental and Stem Cell Biology
David Pompili
The Hospital for Sick Children - Program in Developmental and Stem Cell Biology
Posted: 13 Nov 2019
Sneak Peek Status: Review Complete
Downloads 18