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Ionic Mechanisms Underlying the Subthreshold Oscillatory Properties of Thalamocortical Neurons
One of the major functions of the thalamus is the selective control of the flow of sensory information to the cerebral cortex, whose dense projection back to the thalamus may synchronize thalamocortical activity in a manner ...
Convergent Evolution and Mimicry of Protein Linear Motifs in Host-Pathogen Interactions
Infectious agents such as viruses harbor proteins containing linear motifs that resemble those found in the host, a phenomenon called linear motif mimicry. Pathogen linear motif mimics are highly evolvable elements that ...
The mitochondrial genome of a hybrid plant
This study is directly relevant to the evolution of plant mitochondrial genomes, which engage in horizontal gene transfer surprisingly often, including even the incorporation of entire mitochondrial genomes from other ...
I-COMS: Interprotein-COrrelated Mutations Server
Several computational methods have been developed to predict protion-protein interactions from multiple sequence alignments (MSAs) in recent years. These techniques are a useful approach to help detect interfaces between ...