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Self-organizing computational models with specific intracortical connections can explain many functional features of visual cortex, such as topographic orientation and ocular dominance maps. However, due to their computational requirements, it is difficult to use such detailed models to study...
The ability to identify neuronal damage in the dendritic arbor during HIV-1-associated dementia (HAD) is crucial for designing specific therapies for the treatment of HAD. To study this process, we utilized a computer-based image analysis method to quantitatively assess HIV-1 viral protein gp120...
Citations play an important role in medical and scientific databases by indicating the authoritative source of the data. Manual citation entry is tedious and prone to errors. We describe a method and make available computer scripts which automate the process of citation entry. We use an open...
We present a new approach for analyzing multi-channel recordings, such as ECoG (electrocorticograph) recordings of cortical brain activity and of individual neuron dynamics, in cultured networks. The latter are used here to illustrate the method and its ability to discover hidden functional...
Long-range corticocortical connectivity in mammalian brains possesses an intricate, nonrandom organization. Specifically, projections are arranged in ‘small-world’ networks, forming clusters of cortical areas, which are closely linked among each other, but less frequently with areas in other...
Common themes underlying three recent studies of mine on disparate topics are reviewed: the lamination of sensory cortex; the differentiation into subfields of the mammalian hippocampus; and the neuronal dynamics that might underlie the faculty for language in the human frontal lobes. These...
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