The striatum multiplexes contextual and kinematic information to constrain motor habits execution

acal is a Long Non-coding RNA in JNK Signaling in Epithelial Shape Changes During Drosophila Dorsal Closure

The variable region of iodothyronine deiodinases directs their catalytic properties and subcellular localization

Total iodine quantification in fluids and tissues from iodine- or iodide-supplemented rats by ion chromatography following microwave-assisted digestion 

β Oscillations Are Linked to the Initiation of Sensory-Cued Movement Sequences and the Internal Guidance of Regular Tapping in the Monkey 

Representation of accumulating evidence for a decision in two parietal areas

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