Recent publications

Below are recent publications by Berkeley Neuroscience faculty. Click here to view all faculty publications on PubMed.

Flexible coding of visual working memory representations during distraction.

Related Articles Flexible coding of visual working memory representations during distraction. J Neurosci. 2018 May 08;: Authors: Lorenc ES, Sreenivasan KK, Nee DE, Vandenbroucke ARE, D’Esposito M Abstract Visual working memory (VWM) recruits a broad network of brain regions, including prefrontal, parietal, and visual cortices. Recent evidence supports a “sensory recruitment” model of VWM, whereby […]

Serial dependence promotes the stability of perceived emotional expression depending on face similarity.

Related Articles Serial dependence promotes the stability of perceived emotional expression depending on face similarity. Atten Percept Psychophys. 2018 May 07;: Authors: Liberman A, Manassi M, Whitney D Abstract Individuals can quickly and effortlessly recognize facial expressions, which is critical for social perception and emotion regulation. This sensitivity to even slight facial changes could result […]

Positional effects of second-sphere amide pendants on electrochemical CO2 reduction catalyzed by iron porphyrins.

Related Articles Positional effects of second-sphere amide pendants on electrochemical CO2 reduction catalyzed by iron porphyrins. Chem Sci. 2018 Mar 21;9(11):2952-2960 Authors: Nichols EM, Derrick JS, Nistanaki SK, Smith PT, Chang CJ Abstract The development of catalysts for electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide offers an attractive approach to transforming this greenhouse gas into value-added carbon […]

Inner Envelope CHLOROPLAST MANGANESE TRANSPORTER one Supports Manganese Homeostasis and Phototrophic Growth in Arabidopsis.

Related Articles Inner Envelope CHLOROPLAST MANGANESE TRANSPORTER one Supports Manganese Homeostasis and Phototrophic Growth in Arabidopsis. Mol Plant. 2018 May 04;: Authors: Zhang B, Zhang C, Liu C, Jing Y, Wang Y, Jin L, Yang L, Fu A, Shi J, Zhao F, Lan W, Luan S Abstract Manganese (Mn) is an essential catalytic metal in […]

The Lysosome, Elixir of Neural Stem Cell Youth.

Related Articles The Lysosome, Elixir of Neural Stem Cell Youth. Cell Stem Cell. 2018 May 03;22(5):619-620 Authors: Simic MS, Dillin A Abstract Recently in Science, Leeman et al. find that perturbing lysosomal activity of quiescent NSCs directly impedes their ability to become activated, similar to what happens during aging. Excitingly, they could rejuvenate old quiescent NSCs […]

Timing during transitions in Bengalese finch song: implications for motor sequencing.

Related Articles Timing during transitions in Bengalese finch song: implications for motor sequencing. J Neurophysiol. 2017 Sep 01;118(3):1556-1566 Authors: Troyer TW, Brainard MS, Bouchard KE Abstract To investigate mechanisms of action sequencing, we examined the relationship between timing and sequencing of syllables in Bengalese finch song. An individual’s song comprises acoustically distinct syllables organized into […]

The cerebellum does more than sensory prediction error-based learning in sensorimotor adaptation tasks.

Related Articles The cerebellum does more than sensory prediction error-based learning in sensorimotor adaptation tasks. J Neurophysiol. 2017 Sep 01;118(3):1622-1636 Authors: Butcher PA, Ivry RB, Kuo SH, Rydz D, Krakauer JW, Taylor JA Abstract Individuals with damage to the cerebellum perform poorly in sensorimotor adaptation paradigms. This deficit has been attributed to impairment in sensory […]

Isomerically Pure Tetramethylrhodamine Voltage Reporters.

Related Articles Isomerically Pure Tetramethylrhodamine Voltage Reporters. J Am Chem Soc. 2016 07 27;138(29):9085-8 Authors: Deal PE, Kulkarni RU, Al-Abdullatif SH, Miller EW Abstract We present the design, synthesis, and application of a new family of fluorescent voltage indicators based on isomerically pure tetramethylrhodamines. These new Rhodamine Voltage Reporters, or RhoVRs, use photoinduced electron transfer […]

Working Memory Replay Prioritizes Weakly Attended Events.

Related Articles Working Memory Replay Prioritizes Weakly Attended Events. eNeuro. 2017 Jul-Aug;4(4): Authors: Jafarpour A, Penny W, Barnes G, Knight RT, Duzel E Abstract One view of working memory posits that maintaining a series of events requires their sequential and equal mnemonic replay. Another view is that the content of working memory maintenance is prioritized […]

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