Recent publications

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

Illusory occlusion affects stereoscopic depth perception.

Related Articles Illusory occlusion affects stereoscopic depth perception. Sci Rep. 2018 Mar 28;8(1):5297 Authors: Chen Z, Denison RN, Whitney D, Maus GW Abstract When occlusion and binocular disparity cues conflict, what visual features determine how they combine? Sensory cues, such as T-junctions, have been suggested to be necessary for occlusion to influence stereoscopic depth perception. […]

Serial dependence in position occurs at the time of perception.

Related Articles Serial dependence in position occurs at the time of perception. Psychon Bull Rev. 2018 Mar 26;: Authors: Manassi M, Liberman A, Kosovicheva A, Zhang K, Whitney D Abstract Observers perceive objects in the world as stable over space and time, even though the visual experience of those objects is often discontinuous and distorted […]

Low glucose availability stimulates progesterone production by mouse ovaries in vitro.

Related Articles Low glucose availability stimulates progesterone production by mouse ovaries in vitro. J Exp Biol. 2017 Dec 15;220(Pt 24):4583-4588 Authors: Wilsterman K, Pepper A, Bentley GE Abstract Steroid production by the ovary is primarily stimulated by gonadotropins but can also be affected by biological cues that provide information about energy status and environmental stress. […]

Novel GP64 envelope variants for improved delivery to human airway epithelial cells.

Related Articles Novel GP64 envelope variants for improved delivery to human airway epithelial cells. Gene Ther. 2017 Oct;24(10):674-679 Authors: Sinn PL, Hwang BY, Li N, Ortiz JLS, Shirazi E, Parekh KR, Cooney AL, Schaffer DV, McCray PB Abstract Lentiviral vectors pseudotyped with the baculovirus envelope protein GP64 transduce primary cultures of human airway epithelia (HAE) […]

Word pair classification during imagined speech using direct brain recordings.

Related Articles Word pair classification during imagined speech using direct brain recordings. Sci Rep. 2016 05 11;6:25803 Authors: Martin S, Brunner P, Iturrate I, Millán Jdel R, Schalk G, Knight RT, Pasley BN Abstract People that cannot communicate due to neurological disorders would benefit from an internal speech decoder. Here, we showed the ability to […]

Memory decline accompanies subthreshold amyloid accumulation.

Memory decline accompanies subthreshold amyloid accumulation. Neurology. 2018 Mar 23;: Authors: Landau SM, Horng A, Jagust WJ, Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative Abstract OBJECTIVE: Extensive cortical β-amyloid (Aβ positivity) has been linked to cognitive decline, but the clinical significance of elevations in Aβ within the negative range is unknown. METHODS: We examined amyloid and cognitive trajectories […]

Artifact Rejection Methodology Enables Continuous, Noninvasive Measurement of Gastric Myoelectric Activity in Ambulatory Subjects.

Artifact Rejection Methodology Enables Continuous, Noninvasive Measurement of Gastric Myoelectric Activity in Ambulatory Subjects. Sci Rep. 2018 Mar 22;8(1):5019 Authors: Gharibans AA, Smarr BL, Kunkel DC, Kriegsfeld LJ, Mousa HM, Coleman TP Abstract The increasing prevalence of functional and motility gastrointestinal (GI) disorders is at odds with bottlenecks in their diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up. Lack […]

Therapeutic Effect of Ershen Pill () Extract on Pi (Spleen)-Shen (Kidney) Yang Defi ciency-Induced Diarrhea in Rat Model.

Therapeutic Effect of Ershen Pill () Extract on Pi (Spleen)-Shen (Kidney) Yang Defi ciency-Induced Diarrhea in Rat Model. Chin J Integr Med. 2018 Mar 21;: Authors: Pan X, Xu K, Xiong R, Chen ZM, Hu CJ, Feng J, Li WB Abstract OBJECTIVE: To investigate whether Ershen Pill (ESP, ) could alleviate the symptom of Pi […]

The signaling lipid sphingosine 1-phosphate regulates mechanical pain.

The signaling lipid sphingosine 1-phosphate regulates mechanical pain. Elife. 2018 Mar 21;7: Authors: Hill RZ, Hoffman BU, Morita T, Campos SM, Lumpkin EA, Brem RB, Bautista DM Abstract Somatosensory neurons mediate responses to diverse mechanical stimuli, from innocuous touch to noxious pain. While recent studies have identified distinct populations of A mechanonociceptors (AMs) that are […]

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