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  1. Oysters, a sustainable bluefood?

    This article has 6 authors:
    1. Paula Costa Domech
    2. Ronan Cooney
    3. Alexandre Tahar
    4. Alan Kennedy
    5. Alex H L Wan
    6. Eoghan Clifford
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  2. The gut microbiome associated with LGI1- and CASPR2-antibody encephalitis

    This article has 12 authors:
    1. Edmund Gilbert
    2. Sophie Binks
    3. Valentina Damato
    4. Christopher Uy
    5. Paula Colmenero
    6. Mohamed Ibrahim Khalil
    7. Marcus O’Brien
    8. Marcus Claesson
    9. John F Cryan
    10. Norman Delanty
    11. Sarosh R Irani
    12. Gianpiero L Cavalleri
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  3. Natural forgetting reversibly modulates engram expression

    This article has 4 authors:
    1. James D. O’Leary
    2. Rasmus Bruckner
    3. Livia Autore
    4. Tomás J. Ryan
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      This is an important paper on the role of engrams and relevant conditions that influence memory and forgetting. The variety of methods used, namely, behavioural, labeling, interrogation, immunohistochemistry, microscopy, pharmacology, and computational, are exemplary and provide solid evidence for the role of engrams in the dentate gyrus in memory retrieval and forgetting. This examination will be of interest broadly across behavioural and neural science.

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  4. Prior probability cues bias sensory encoding with increasing task exposure

    This article has 5 authors:
    1. Kevin Walsh
    2. David P McGovern
    3. Jessica Dully
    4. Simon P Kelly
    5. Redmond G O'Connell
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      eLife assessment

      This important paper sheds light on the role of expectations in perceptual decision-making. Sophisticated analyses of human EEG data provide convincing evidence that both motor preparation and sensory processing were affected by expectations, albeit with different time courses. These findings will be of interest to scientists interested in perception and decision-making.

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  5. Treatment with lipoxin A 4 improves influenza A infection outcome through macrophage reprogramming, anti-inflammatory and pro-resolutive responses

    This article has 16 authors:
    1. Flavia Rago
    2. Eliza Mathias Melo
    3. Leigh M. Miller
    4. Alexis M. Duray
    5. Franciel Batista Felix
    6. Juliana Priscila Vago
    7. Ana Paula Faria Gonçalves
    8. Ana Luiza Pessoa Mendonça Angelo
    9. Giovanni D. Cassali
    10. Monica Gaetano
    11. Eoin Brennan
    12. Benjamin Owen
    13. Patrick Guiry
    14. Catherine Godson
    15. John F. Alcorn
    16. Mauro Martins Teixeira
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