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Tang et al. Predicting episodic memory formation for movie events. Scientific Reports (2016). PDF. Machine learning approach to predict whether specific events within a movie will be remembered or not.
Miconi et al. There's Waldo! A Normalization Model of Visual Search Predicts Single-Trial Human Fixations in an Object Search Task. Cerebral Cortex (2016). PDF. This work presents a biologically inspired computational model for visual search.
Tang et al. Cascade of neural processing orchestrates cognitive control in human frontal cortex. eLife (2016). PDF. A dynamic and hierarchical sequence of steps in human frontal cortex orchestrates cognitivie control.
Singer and Kreiman. Asynchrony disrupts object recognition. Journal of Vision (2014). PDF. Spatiotemporal integration during recognition breaks down with even small deviations from simultaneity.
Hemberg et al. Integrated genome analysis suggests that most conserved non-coding sequences are regulatory factor binding site. Nucleic Acids Research (2012). PDF. A method to build putative transcripts from high-throughput total RNA-seq data. (HATRIC)
Kriegeskorte and Kreiman. Understanding visual population codes MIT PRESS (2011). Towards a common multivariate framework for cell recording and functional imaging. Link to code and other resources.
Kim et al. Widespread transcription at thousands of enhancers during activity-dependent gene expression in neurons. Nature (2010). PDF. Discovery of transcription at enhancers, eRNAs.
Rasch et al. From neurons to circuits: linear estimation of local field potentials. Journal of Neuroscience (2009). PDF. Computational model to investigate the relationship between spikes and local field potential signals.
Agam et al. Robust selectivity to two-object images in human visual cortex. Current Biology, 20:872-879. The physiological responses at the level of field potentials along ventral visual cortex show robustness to clutter.
Liu et al. Timing, timing, timing: Fast decoding of object inforrmation from intracranial field potentials in human visual cortex. Neuron (2009). PDF. Rapid selective and tolerant responses along the ventral visual stream in the human can be decoded in single trials.
Hung et al. Fast read-out of object identity from macaque inferior temporal cortex. Science (2005), 310:863-866. Single trial rapid decoding of visual information from pseudo-populations of neurons in macaque inferior temporal cortex.
Kreiman et al. Object selectivity of local field potentials and spikes in the macaque inferior temporal cortex. Neuron (2016), 49:433-445. Local field potentials in the macaque inferior temporal cortex show visual selectivity to different objects.
Kreiman. Identification of sparsely distributed clusters of cis-regulatory elements in sets of co-expressed genes. Nucleic Acids Research (2004). PDF. A method for de novo discovery of gene regulatory sequences for sets of co-regulated genes. (CISREGUL)
Su et al. A gene atlas of the mouse and human protein-encoding transcriptomes. PNAS (2004). PDF. Microarray based profiling of gene expression across multiple tissues in mice and humans.
Zirlinger et al. Amygdala-enriched genes identified by microarray technology are restricted to specific amygdaloid sub-nuclei. PNAS (2001). PDF. Microarray technology uncovered gene expression patterns of the different sub-nuclei within the amygdala.
Spike sorting software (Spiker) Extracellular recordings of spikes often capture the activity of multiple neurons in the vicinity of the microwire electrode. Spiker is an unsupervised algorithm to separate the different putative units.
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