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  • McCormack, Mark; Gui, Hongsheng; Ingason, Andrés; Speed, Doug; Wright, Galen E.B.; Zhang, Eunice J.; Secolin, Rodrigo; Yasuda, Clarissa; Kwok, Maxwell; Wolking, Stefan; Becker, Felicitas; Rau, Sarah; Avbersek, Andreja; Heggeli, Kristin; Leu, Costin; Depondt, Chantal; Sills, Graeme J.; Marson, Anthony G.; Auce, Pauls; Brodie, Martin J.; Francis, Ben; Johnson, Michael R.; Koeleman, Bobby P.C.; Striano, Pasquale; Coppola, Antonietta; Zara, Federico; Kunz, Wolfram S.; Sander, Josemir W.; Lerche, Holger; Klein, Karl Martin; Weckhuysen, Sarah; Krenn, Martin; Gudmundsson, Lárus J.; Stefánsson, Kári; Krause, Roland; Shear, Neil; Ross, Colin J.D.; Delanty, Norman; Pirmohamed, Munir; Carleton, Bruce C.; Cendes, Fernando; Lopes-Cendes, Iscia; Liao, Wei-ping; O'Brien, Terence J.; Sisodiya, Sanjay M.; Cherny, Stacey; Kwan, Patrick; Baum, Larry; Cavalleri, Gianpiero L. (Ovid Technologies (Wolters Kluwer Health), 2017-12-29)
    Objective To characterize, among European and Han Chinese populations, the genetic predictors of maculopapular exanthema (MPE), a cutaneous adverse drug reaction common to antiepileptic drugs. Methods We conducted a case-control genome-wide association ...
  • Höller, Peter; Trinka, Eugen; Höller, Yvonne (Frontiers Media SA, 2019-04-05)
    High frequency oscillations (HFOs) are electroencephalographic correlates of brain activity detectable in a frequency range above 80 Hz. They co-occur with physiological processes such as saccades, movement execution, and memory formation, but are also ...
  • Budde, Henning; Wegner, Mirko; Soya, Hideaki; Voelcker-Rehage, Claudia; McMorris, Terry (Hindawi Limited, 2016)
    The human brain adapts to changing demands by altering its functional and structural properties (neuroplasticity) which results in learning and acquiring skills. Convergent evidence from both human and animal studies suggests that enhanced physical ...
  • Sigurdardottir, Heida Maria (Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, 2013)
    In this thesis, we explore how objects affect the space around them. We show that spatial information is extracted from even completely novel objects. Information derived from the shape of objects is swiftly and automatically integrated into a variety ...