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(Annual Review of Neuroscience[TA])
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  • Architecture, Function, and Assembly of the Mouse Visual System. [Review]
  • ARAnnu Rev Neurosci 2017 Jul 25; 40:499-538
  • Seabrook TA, Burbridge TJ, … Huberman AD
  • Vision is the sense humans rely on most to navigate the world, make decisions, and perform complex tasks. Understanding how humans see thus represents one of the most fundamental and important goals ...
  • Propagation of Tau Aggregates and Neurodegeneration. [Review]
  • ARAnnu Rev Neurosci 2017 Jul 25; 40:189-210
  • Goedert M, Eisenberg DS, Crowther RA
  • A pathway from the natively unfolded microtubule-associated protein Tau to a highly structured amyloid fibril underlies human Tauopathies. This ordered assembly causes disease and represents the gain...
  • Catastrophic Epilepsies of Childhood. [Review]
  • ARAnnu Rev Neurosci 2017 Jul 25; 40:149-166
  • Howard MA, Baraban SC
  • The tragedy of epilepsy emerges from the combination of its high prevalence, impact upon sufferers and their families, and unpredictability. Childhood epilepsies are frequently severe, presenting in ...
  • Identifying Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms for Magnetosensation. [Review]
  • ARAnnu Rev Neurosci 2017 Jul 25; 40:231-250
  • Clites BL, Pierce JT
  • Diverse animals ranging from worms and insects to birds and turtles perform impressive journeys using the magnetic field of the earth as a cue. Although major cellular and molecular mechanisms for se...
  • Replay Comes of Age. [Review]
  • ARAnnu Rev Neurosci 2017 Jul 25; 40:581-602
  • Foster DJ
  • Hippocampal place cells take part in sequenced patterns of reactivation after behavioral experience, known as replay. Since replay was first reported, nearly 20 years ago, many new results have been ...
  • Inhibitory Plasticity: Balance, Control, and Codependence. [Review]
  • ARAnnu Rev Neurosci 2017 Jul 25; 40:557-579
  • Hennequin G, Agnes EJ, Vogels TP
  • Inhibitory neurons, although relatively few in number, exert powerful control over brain circuits. They stabilize network activity in the face of strong feedback excitation and actively engage in com...
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