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A Short Report allows authors to publish the results of a small number of experiments, provided the conclusion is clear and justified, and the findings are novel and judged to be of high importance.
Robo functions as an attractive cue for glial migration through SYG-1/Neph
Zhongwei Qu et al.
An extracellular cleavage fragment of Robo released from neurons can bind to glia-expressed SYG-1 to guide glia migration.
Evolutionary stasis of the pseudoautosomal boundary in strepsirrhine primates
Rylan Shearn et al.
Alcohol potentiates a pheromone signal in flies
Annie Park et al.
, the scent of alcohol—normally associated with preferred egg-laying sites—potentiates a male pheromone signal, thereby increasing the aggressive competition between males for the reproductive resource.
Neural population dynamics in motor cortex are different for reach and grasp
Aneesha K Suresh et al.
Microbiology and Infectious Disease
Doxycycline has distinct apicoplast-specific mechanisms of antimalarial activity
Megan Okada et al.
Doxycycline used at a slightly higher concentration kills
malaria parasites with faster, first-cycle activity through a novel organelle-specific mechanism.
Identification of ubiquitin Ser57 kinases regulating the oxidative stress response in yeast
Nathaniel L Hepowit et al.
Ser57 phosphorylation of ubiquitin protects the cell during proteotoxic stress.
Sources of widefield fluorescence from the brain
Widefield fluorescence from the brain arises from greater depth and area than typically appreciated and is usually a weighted average across cortical columns and often more than one cortical area.
Feeding state functionally reconfigures a sensory circuit to drive thermosensory behavioral plasticity
Asuka Takeishi et al.
Starvation modulates thermotaxis behaviors in
via functional reconfiguration of a sensory network by gut-brain signaling.
Improving emotional-action control by targeting long-range phase-amplitude neuronal coupling
Bob Bramson et al.
Non-invasive manipulation of endogenously coupled neural rhythms enhances human control of social-emotional actions.
VIP interneurons in mouse primary visual cortex selectively enhance responses to weak but specific stimuli
Daniel J Millman et al.
Measurements of visual response to motion of different contrasts along with network modeling reveals a microcircuit in superficial layers of cortex that regulates the gain regime.
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