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PUBLISHED: January 01, 2020 to January 31, 2020


An educational guide for nanopore sequencing in the classroom

Research Articles

Developmental trajectory of Caenorhabditis elegans nervous system governs its structural organization

Computational optimization of associative learning experiments

Interpreting neural decoding models using grouped model reliance

Increasing growth rate slows adaptation when genotypes compete for diffusing resources

The origin of biological homochirality along with the origin of life

Emergence of social inequality in the spatial harvesting of renewable public goods

Learning from animals: How to Navigate Complex Terrains

Adaptive landscape flattening allows the design of both enzyme: Substrate binding and catalytic power

Emergence and suppression of cooperation by action visibility in transparent games

Dynamic distribution decomposition for single-cell snapshot time series identifies subpopulations and trajectories during iPSC reprogramming

VAMPr: VAriant Mapping and Prediction of antibiotic resistance via explainable features and machine learning

DetEdit: A graphical user interface for annotating and editing events detected in long-term acoustic monitoring data

The role of actin protrusion dynamics in cell migration through a degradable viscoelastic extracellular matrix: Insights from a computational model

The Dynamic Shift Detector: An algorithm to identify changes in parameter values governing populations

BrainIAK tutorials: User-friendly learning materials for advanced fMRI analysis

A single reaction-diffusion equation for the multifarious eruptions of urticaria

Eco-evolutionary agriculture: Host-pathogen dynamics in crop rotations

A new method for inferring timetrees from temporally sampled molecular sequences

Limits on amplifiers of natural selection under death-Birth updating

Transient amplifiers of selection and reducers of fixation for death-Birth updating on graphs

Computational simulation of the reactive oxygen species and redox network in the regulation of chloroplast metabolism

Collaboration leads to cooperation on sparse networks

Bioinformatics analysis of whole slide images reveals significant neighborhood preferences of tumor cells in Hodgkin lymphoma

Learning spatiotemporal signals using a recurrent spiking network that discretizes time

Between-tumor and within-tumor heterogeneity in invasive potential

Tissue-guided LASSO for prediction of clinical drug response using preclinical samples

A system for tracking whisker kinematics and whisker shape in three dimensions

ORSO (Online Resource for Social Omics): A data-driven social network connecting scientists to genomics datasets

Nucleosome positioning sequence patterns as packing or regulatory

Incremental data integration for tracking genotype-disease associations

Optimizing circadian drug infusion schedules towards personalized cancer chronotherapy

Elementary Growth Modes provide a molecular description of cellular self-fabrication

Atypical structural tendencies among low-complexity domains in the protein data bank proteome

Notch signaling and taxis mechanims regulate early stage angiogenesis: A mathematical and computational model

Recurrent interactions can explain the variance in single trial responses

Heterogeneity coordinates bacterial multi-gene expression in single cells

XPRESSyourself: Enhancing, standardizing, and automating ribosome profiling computational analyses yields improved insight into data


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