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Corticolimbic gating of emotion-driven punishment

Treadway MT, Buckholtz JW, Martin JW, Jan K, Asplund CL, Ginther MR, Jones OD, Marois R.

LKB1 and AMPK regulate synaptic remodeling in old age.

Samuel MA, Voinescu PE, Lilley BN, de Cabo R, Foretz M, Viollet B, Pawlyk B, Sandberg MA, Vawas DG, Sanes JR

Opposing brain differences in 16p11.2 deletion and duplication carriers.

Qureshi AY, Mueller S, Snyder AZ, Mukherjee P, Berman JI, Roberts TP, Nagarajan SS, Spiro JE, Chung WK, Sherr EH, Buckner RL; Simons VIP Consortium.

Neural Control and Modulation of Swimming Speed in the Larval Zebrafish.

Severi KE, Portugues R, Marques JC, O'Malley DM, Orger MB, Engert F.

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