X
Search Filters
Format Format
Subjects Subjects
Subjects Subjects
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
index medicus (23) 23
mice (17) 17
neurosciences (17) 17
animals (16) 16
mouse (15) 15
male (14) 14
blasting (12) 12
engineering elements and units (12) 12
general measures for producing and maintaining effectivefunctioning of machines or installations (12) 12
heating (12) 12
lighting (12) 12
mechanical engineering (12) 12
mice, inbred c57bl (12) 12
thermal insulation in general (12) 12
weapons (12) 12
auditory cortex - physiology (10) 10
cortex (10) 10
human necessities (8) 8
multidisciplinary sciences (8) 8
performing operations (8) 8
transporting (8) 8
female (7) 7
physics (7) 7
article (6) 6
flavoprotein autofluorescence (6) 6
functional-organization (6) 6
humans (6) 6
hygiene (6) 6
means for damping vibration (6) 6
medical or veterinary science (6) 6
neuroimaging (6) 6
shock-absorbers (6) 6
springs (6) 6
agriculture (5) 5
animal husbandry (5) 5
auditory cortex (5) 5
biocides, e.g. as disinfectants, as pesticides, as herbicides (5) 5
brakes (5) 5
chemical aspects of bandages, dressings, absorbent pads, orsurgical articles (5) 5
clutches (5) 5
couplings for transmitting rotation (5) 5
disinfection, sterilisation, or deodorisation of air (5) 5
fishing (5) 5
fluorescence (5) 5
forestry (5) 5
gearing (5) 5
hunting (5) 5
materials for bandages, dressings, absorbent pads, or surgicalarticles (5) 5
methods or apparatus for sterilising materials or objects ingeneral (5) 5
neurons (5) 5
neuroscience (5) 5
pest repellants or attractants (5) 5
plant growth regulators (5) 5
preservation of bodies of humans or animals or plants or partsthereof (5) 5
trapping (5) 5
electricity (4) 4
functional specialization (4) 4
inferior colliculus (4) 4
medicine (4) 4
neurophysiology (4) 4
primary auditory cortex (4) 4
quantitative-analysis (4) 4
representation (4) 4
rodents (4) 4
science (4) 4
tonotopic organization (4) 4
tonotopy (4) 4
visual-cortex (4) 4
acoustic stimulation - methods (3) 3
auditory cortex - cytology (3) 3
c57bl/6 mice (3) 3
calcium imaging (3) 3
cat (3) 3
chemistry (3) 3
child (3) 3
cinematography (3) 3
connections (3) 3
correction of typographical errors (3) 3
cortical areas (3) 3
cortical fields (3) 3
electrography (3) 3
electrophotography (3) 3
geniculate bodies - physiology (3) 3
glutamic acid receptors (3) 3
holography (3) 3
i.e. mechanisms printing otherwise than from a forme (3) 3
lining machines (3) 3
magnetography (3) 3
medial geniculate body (3) 3
medial geniculate-body (3) 3
metallurgy (3) 3
photography (3) 3
pitch perception - physiology (3) 3
printing (3) 3
radiography (3) 3
rat (3) 3
research article (3) 3
response properties (3) 3
selective printing mechanisms (3) 3
stamps (3) 3
more...
Language Language
Publication Date Publication Date
Click on a bar to filter by decade
Slide to change publication date range


Scientific Reports, ISSN 2045-2322, 09/2016, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp. 34421 - 34421
Although temporal information processing is important in auditory perception, the mechanisms for coding tonal offsets are unknown. We investigated cortical... 
Neuroimaging | MK-801 | Frequency dependence | Coding | Glutamic acid receptors (ionotropic) | Information processing | Calcium imaging | N-Methyl-D-aspartic acid receptors | Synaptic depression | Cortex (temporal) | Cortex (auditory) | Auditory perception
Journal Article
Scientific Reports, ISSN 2045-2322, 12/2018, Volume 8, Issue 1, pp. 11136 - 12
The visual cortex of mice is a useful model for investigating the mammalian visual system. In primates, higher visual areas are classified into two parts, the... 
FUNCTIONAL SPECIALIZATION | PERCEPTION | SHAPE | STREAMS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | MOUSE | INFEROTEMPORAL CORTEX | CORTICAL AREAS | CONNECTIONS | DORSAL | MACAQUE MONKEY | Neuroimaging | Visual system | Maps | Cortex (occipital) | Calcium imaging | Primates | Retina | Cortex (visual) | Cortex (temporal) | Cortex (auditory)
Journal Article
The European journal of neuroscience, ISSN 0953-816X, 04/2019
Feedback regulation from the higher association areas is thought to control the primary sensory cortex, contribute to the cortical processing of sensory... 
Journal Article