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Vol. 162   Jan-2021 Vol. 161   Dec-2020 Vol. 160   Nov-2020 Vol. 159   Oct-2020
Activity-based genetic labeling to investigate diverse cortical computations Repeated defeat experience deprives zebrafish of motivation to fight in social conflict Ratio of retained nitrogen and carbon stable isotopes is a novel marker for brain function Special Issue:
The 20th Anniversary of Parkin Discovery
 
by Tatsuo K. Sato

by Haruna Nakajo et al.

by Yoshihisa Kudo and Eitaro Wada Guest Editors:
Nobutaka Hattori and
Shigeto Sato
       
Vol. 158   Sep-2020 Vol. 157   Aug-2020 Vol. 156   Jul-2020 Vol. 155   Jun-2020
SARS-CoV-2 direct and indirect neuronal effects Heterogeneity of TH-
expressing neurons in the
mouse main olfactory bulb
Special Issue:
Oscillology: Nonlinear Neural Oscillations
 
Devising efficient neural induction methods from marmoset pluripotent stem cells
by Domenico Nuzzo and
Pasquale Picone
by Toshio Kosaka et al. Guest Editors:
Atsushi Nambu, Ichiro Tsuda, and Tatsuya Mima
by Sho Yoshimatsu et al.
       
Vol. 154   May-2020 Vol. 153   Apr-2020 Vol. 152   Mar-2020 Vol. 151   Feb-2020
Central mechanism for water-intake induction by increases in [Na+] in body fluids Representations of the other’s place in the hippocampus Special Issue:
Technologies Advancing Neuroscience
Molecular machinery driving the evolution of human cerebral cortex
by Hiraki Sakuta et al. by Teruko Danjo Guest Editors:
Thomas J. McHugh and Kazumasa Z. Tanaka
by Ikuo K. Suzuki
       
Vol. 150   Jan-2020 Vol. 149   Dec-2019 Vol. 148   Nov-2019 Vol. 147   Oct-2019
Imaging endogenous proteins in brain tissue by in vivo genome editing NBM lesion reduces nociception-induced cortical blood fl ow changes A theoretical model of cerebellar reinforcement learning Dissociation between accuracy and subjective vividness of motor imagery
by Takayasu Mikuni by Thierry Paquette et al. by Tadashi Yamazaki and William Lennon by Nobuaki Mizuguchi et al.
       
Vol. 146   Sep-2019 Vol. 145   Aug-2019 Vol. 144   Jul-2019 Vol. 143   Jun-2019
The ability to monitor pH does not negatively affect ArcLight’s voltage response Sense of being a leader in an interpersonal rhythmic interaction is pleasant for humans International Symposium of Brain/MINDS 2019 Meeting Report Anatomical and physiological differences between subiculum and hippocampus
by Bok Eum Kang et al. by Hiroka Sabu et al. by Amanda Alvarez by Nobuyoshi Matsumoto et al.
       
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