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A three-dimensional reconstruction made from a stack of two-photon images of the retina of an anole lizard. The retina was treated with the fluorescent dye FM1-43, which incorporates into the plasma membrane where it is internalized by endocytosis of synaptic vesicles, labeling neuronal synapses (see Jackman et al., e1001057).


Phylomemetics—Evolutionary Analysis beyond the Gene

Christopher J. Howe, Heather F. Windram

Unsolved Mystery

Visual Trails: Do the Doors of Perception Open Periodically?

Julien Dubois, Rufin VanRullen

Research Articles

Extinction Risk and Diversification Are Linked in a Plant Biodiversity Hotspot

T. Jonathan Davies, Gideon F. Smith, Dirk U. Bellstedt, James S. Boatwright, Benny Bytebier, Richard M. Cowling, Félix Forest, Luke J. Harmon, A. Muthama Muasya, Brian D. Schrire, Yolande Steenkamp, Michelle van der Bank, Vincent Savolainen

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Matthias Stöck, Agnès Horn, Christine Grossen, Dorothea Lindtke, Roberto Sermier, Caroline Betto-Colliard, Christophe Dufresnes, Emmanuel Bonjour, Zoé Dumas, Emilien Luquet, Tiziano Maddalena, Helena Clavero Sousa, Iñigo Martinez-Solano, Nicolas Perrin

Limbic Justice—Amygdala Involvement in Immediate Rejection in the Ultimatum Game

Katarina Gospic, Erik Mohlin, Peter Fransson, Predrag Petrovic, Magnus Johannesson, Martin Ingvar

Cracking the Code of Oscillatory Activity

Philippe G. Schyns, Gregor Thut, Joachim Gross

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A Positive Feedback Synapse from Retinal Horizontal Cells to Cone Photoreceptors

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Chemotaxis: A Feedback-Based Computational Model Robustly Predicts Multiple Aspects of Real Cell Behaviour

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An Adhesion-Dependent Switch between Mechanisms That Determine Motile Cell Shape

Erin L. Barnhart, Kun-Chun Lee, Kinneret Keren, Alex Mogilner, Julie A. Theriot

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Trapping Conformational States Along Ligand-Binding Dynamics of Peptide Deformylase: The Impact of Induced Fit on Enzyme Catalysis

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