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Evidence of conditioned behavior in amoebae
Associative memory is the main type of learning by which complex organisms endowed with evolved nervous systems respond efficiently to certain environmental stimuli. It has been found in different multicellular species, ...
Parafoveal thinning of inner retina is associated with visual dysfunction in Lewy body diseases
Background Retinal optical coherence tomography findings in Lewy body diseases and their implications for visual outcomes remain controversial. We investigated whether region-specific thickness analysis of retinal layers ...
The nucleus does not significantly affect the migratory trajectories of amoeba in two-dimensional environments
(Springer Nature, 2019-11-08)
For a wide range of cells, from bacteria to mammals, locomotion movements are a crucial systemic behavior for cellular life. Despite its importance in a plethora of fundamental physiological processes and human pathologies, ...