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Rods Contribute to Visual Behavior in Larval Zebrafish

P Venkatraman, I Mills-Henry, K Ramaswamy Padmanadhan P Pascuzzi, M Hassan, J Zhang, X. Zhang, P Ma, C Pui Pang,  J E Dowling, M Zhang, Y Fai Leung

 

 

Embodied Navigation in Immersive Abstract Data Visualization: Is Overview+Detail or Zooming Better for 3D Scatterplots?

Yalong Yang, Maxime Cordeil, Johanna Beyer, Tim Dwyer, Kim Marriott, Hanspeter Pfister

 

Pro-myogenic small molecules revealed by a chemical screen on primary muscle stem cells

Sean M Buchanan, Feodor D Price, Alessandra Castiglioni, Amanda Wagner Gee, Joel Schneider, Mark N Matyas, Monica Hayhurst, Mohammadsharif Tabebordbar, Amy J Wagers 1, Lee L Rubin

Absence of Survival and Motor Deficits in 500 Repeat C9ORF72 BAC MiceA

 

D A Mordes, B M Morrison, X H Ament, C Cantrell, J Mok, P Eggan, C Xue, J-Yuan Wang, K. Eggan, J D Rothstein

Revealing the Structure of Pharmacobehavioral Space Through Motion Sequencing

A B Wiltschko, T Tsukahara, A Zeine, R Anyoha, W F Gillis, J E Markowitz, R E Peterson, J Katon, M J Johnson, S R Datta

 

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