Recent publications

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

The Representational Basis of Working Memory.

Related Articles The Representational Basis of Working Memory. Curr Top Behav Neurosci. 2018;37:213-230 Authors: Nee DE, D’Esposito M Abstract Working memory refers to a system involved in the online maintenance and manipulation of information in the absence of external input. Due to the importance of working memory in higher-level cognition, a wealth of neuroscience studies […]

Combinatorial Expression of Grp and Neurod6 Defines Dopamine Neuron Populations with Distinct Projection Patterns and Disease Vulnerability.

Related Articles Combinatorial Expression of Grp and Neurod6 Defines Dopamine Neuron Populations with Distinct Projection Patterns and Disease Vulnerability. eNeuro. 2018 May-Jun;5(3): Authors: Kramer DJ, Risso D, Kosillo P, Ngai J, Bateup HS Abstract Midbrain dopamine neurons project to numerous targets throughout the brain to modulate various behaviors and brain states. Within this small population […]

Spatial regulation of the actin cytoskeleton by HSF-1 during aging.

Spatial regulation of the actin cytoskeleton by HSF-1 during aging. Mol Biol Cell. 2018 Aug 22;:mbcE18060362 Authors: Higuchi-Sanabria R, Paul JW, Durieux J, Benitez C, Frankino PA, Tronnes SU, Garcia G, Daniele JR, Monshietehadi S, Dillin A Abstract There are many studies suggesting an age-associated decline in the actin cytoskeleton, and this has been adopted […]

Evidence for a Coupled Oscillator Model of Endocrine Ultradian Rhythms.

Evidence for a Coupled Oscillator Model of Endocrine Ultradian Rhythms. J Biol Rhythms. 2018 Aug 22;:748730418791423 Authors: Grant AD, Wilsterman K, Smarr BL, Kriegsfeld LJ Abstract Whereas long-period temporal structures in endocrine dynamics have been well studied, endocrine rhythms on the scale of hours are relatively unexplored. The study of these ultradian rhythms (URs) has […]

cAMP signaling regulates DNA hydroxymethylation by augmenting the intracellular labile ferrous iron pool.

Related Articles cAMP signaling regulates DNA hydroxymethylation by augmenting the intracellular labile ferrous iron pool. Elife. 2017 12 14;6: Authors: Camarena V, Sant DW, Huff TC, Mustafi S, Muir RK, Aron AT, Chang CJ, Renslo AR, Monje PV, Wang G Abstract It is widely accepted that cAMP regulates gene transcription principally by activating the protein […]

In vivo measurement of afferent activity with axon-specific calcium imaging.

Related Articles In vivo measurement of afferent activity with axon-specific calcium imaging. Nat Neurosci. 2018 Aug 20;: Authors: Broussard GJ, Liang Y, Fridman M, Unger EK, Meng G, Xiao X, Ji N, Petreanu L, Tian L Abstract In vivo calcium imaging from axons provides direct interrogation of afferent neural activity, informing the neural representations that […]

Genetically engineered human cortical spheroid models of tuberous sclerosis.

Related Articles Genetically engineered human cortical spheroid models of tuberous sclerosis. Nat Med. 2018 Aug 20;: Authors: Blair JD, Hockemeyer D, Bateup HS Abstract Tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC) is a multisystem developmental disorder caused by mutations in the TSC1 or TSC2 genes, whose protein products are negative regulators of mechanistic target of rapamycin complex 1 […]

Identification and Characterization of Mitochondrial Subtypes in Caenorhabditis elegans via Analysis of Individual Mitochondria by Flow Cytometry.

Related Articles Identification and Characterization of Mitochondrial Subtypes in Caenorhabditis elegans via Analysis of Individual Mitochondria by Flow Cytometry. Anal Chem. 2016 06 21;88(12):6309-16 Authors: Daniele JR, Heydari K, Arriaga EA, Dillin A Abstract Mitochondrial bioenergetics has been implicated in a number of vital cellular and physiological phenomena, including aging, metabolism, and stress resistance. Heterogeneity […]

Identifying Computer-Generated Portraits: The Importance of Training and Incentives.

Related Articles Identifying Computer-Generated Portraits: The Importance of Training and Incentives. Perception. 2017 Sep;46(9):1062-1076 Authors: Mader B, Banks MS, Farid H Abstract The past two decades have seen remarkable advances in photo-realistic rendering of everything from inanimate objects to landscapes, animals, and humans. We previously showed that despite these tremendous advances, human observers remain fairly […]

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