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Parturition Signaling by Visual Cues in Female Marmosets (Callithrix jacchus)

Skin reflectance spectra at different stages of pregnancy. Reflectance spectra from the genitalia and the thighs of one subject (Female C) measured throughout two weeks following (+1 to +2) and four weeks preceding (-4 to -1) parturition.
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The Psychedelic State Induced by Ayahuasca Modulates the Activity and Connectivity of the Default Mode Network

The experiences induced by psychedelics share a wide variety of subjective features, related to the complex changes in perception and cognition induced by this class of drugs.
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D2 dopamine receptor regulation of learning, sleep and plasticity

Dopamine and sleep have been independently linked with hippocampus-dependent learning.
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Requirement for BDNF in the Reconsolidation of Fear Extinction

BDNF is required for reconsolidation of fear extinction memory.
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Synaptic Homeostasis and Restructuring across the Sleep-Wake Cycle

Sleep is critical for hippocampus-dependent memory consolidation. However, the underlying mechanisms of synaptic plasticity are poorly understood. The central controversy is on whether long-term potentiation (LTP) takes a role during sleep and which would be its specific effect on memory.
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Input and Output Gain Modulation by the Lateral Interhemispheric Network in Early Visual Cortex

Neurons in the cerebral cortex are constantly integrating different types of inputs. Dependent on their origin, these inputs can be modulatory in many ways and, for example, change the neuron's responsiveness, sensitivity, or selectivity.
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Interplay of environmental signals and progenitor diversity on fate specification of cortical GABAergic neurons

Cortical GABAergic interneurons constitute an extremely diverse population of cells organized in a well-defined topology of precisely interconnected cells.
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Specification of excitatory neurons in the developing cerebral cortex: progenitor diversity and environmental influences

The mature cerebral cortex harbors a heterogeneous population of glutamatergic neurons, organized into a highly intricate histological architecture. Classically, this mixed population of neurons was thought to be generated sequentially from a seemingly homogenous group of progenitors under the influence of external cues.
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Astrocyte heterogeneity in the brain: from development to disease

In this review, we focused on astrocyte heterogeneity in terms of their morphological, protein expression and functional aspects, and debate in a historical perspective the diversity encountered in glial rogenitors and how they may reflect mature astrocyte heterogeneity.
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Experience-dependent upregulation of multiple plasticity factors in the hippocampus during early REM sleep

Sleep is beneficial to learning, but the underlying mechanisms remain controversial. The synaptic homeostasis hypothesis (SHY) proposes that the cognitive function of sleep is related to a generalized rescaling of synaptic weights to intermediate levels, due to a passive downregulation of plasticity mechanisms.
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The onset of data-driven mental archeology

How did human consciousness arise, in comparison with that of apes?
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Proliferative Defects and Formation of a Double Cortex in Mice Lacking Mltt4 and Cdh2 in the Dorsal Telencephalon

Here we show that the adherens junction proteins afadin and CDH2 are critical for the control of cell proliferation in the dorsal telencephalon and for the formation of its normal laminar structure.
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