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Robert Calin-Jageman Here's a very clever paper that combines bibliolmetrics with second-gen sequencing to define the brain's ignorome--the set of genes which are highly and selectively expressed in the CNS yet poorly studied in the neuroscience literaturwe.   Out of 650 genes with CNS-specific expression, about 38 have one or fewer neuroscience papers.   In contrast t...
7th March
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Robert Calin-Jageman Also, three cool new technique papers well worth reading. CRISPR-Cas uses a restriction enzyme targeted by a 20 nucleotide motif to allow genomic editing in basically any cell type in any organism. Revolutionary. Also, a cool strategy for selective targeting of proteins for lysosomal degredation--seems arduous to design for your target, but I im...
7th March
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Robert Calin-Jageman I added a trio of articles on animal models of psychiatric disorders. The article "Crazy like a fox" is a bit over the top in places, but it makes some interesting points about the logical mindfield of modelling specifically psychological disorders in animals. As a counterpoint, I've also included Koob's recent review of animal models (an update,...
27th February
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Robert Calin-Jageman Well, it finally looks like the funders are weighing in on the sorry state of scientific rigor in neuroscience. Good to see, but a bit of a yawn in its call for reforms, which seems to mainly just be a more training in statistics. I don't think the problem is poor statistical training--it's that most researchers know enough about statistics to ma...
27th February

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This is my selection of recent papers in neuroscience that reflect big/important findings. I try to add articles monthly, and focus on articles that change the way I think about things or that provide good summaries of areas that I'm interested in. I hope you'll find it useful to follow this group and/or subscribe to the rss feed. If you come across an article I should include, send me a message via Mendeley.

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