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New Procedure Reveals the Secrets of the Brain

...ted areas. In a new study published in the December 2005, issue of Neuron, Andreas S. Tolias and Fahad Sultan, under the guidance of Prof. Nikos K. logothetis from the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tübingen, have for the first time developed a technique to record brain activity using the...
Logothetis in Biological News

Site used by sodium to control sensitivity of certain potassium ion channels

...siological importance of sodium-mediated activation of potassium channels," logothetis said. Cells in the kidney and specific areas in the brain express the Kir5....nisms from blood vessels through the kidney cells and lead to hypertension. logothetis and his collaborators in New York and Oxford, England, are in the process o...

Monkeys understand numbers across senses

... and the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences. Lead author on the paper was graduate student Kerry Jordan in Brannon's laboratory; and Nikos logothetis of the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Germany was a co-author. The research was sponsored by The National Institute of Child Healt...

Brain May Be Less Plastic Than Hoped

...ios M. Smirnakis, a Howard Hughes Medical Institute physician-postdoctoral fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital, and colleagues including Nikos K. logothetis of the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to monitor cortical activity for seven and on...
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CIO Leadership Series: Logothetis likes CIO's evolving role

Peter Logothetis Madison, Wis. - Peter Logothetis pondered the multi-dimensional role of today's chief information officer, and he concluded that it's part of a natural - and necessary - evolution. From enabling the business to meet corporate objectives, to building strong working relatio...
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