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  • publication . Article . 2016
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    Authors:
    Evelyne Beerling; Ilse Oosterom; Emile E. Voest; Martijn P. Lolkema; Jacco van Rheenen;
    Project: NWO | Identifying distant funct... (2300161635), NWO | A spinning disk confocal ... (2300165817), EC | Cancer-Recurrence (648804)

    ABSTRACT Curing pancreatic cancer is difficult as metastases often determine the poor clinical outcome. To gain more insight into the metastatic behavior of pancreatic cancer cells, we characterized migratory cells in primary pancreatic tumors using intravital microscop...

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  • publication . Article . 2013
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    Authors:
    Judith C. Peters; Petra H. J. M. Vlamings; Chantal Kemner;
    Project: EC | COLUMNARCODECRACKING (269853)

    Face perception in adults depends on skilled processing of interattribute distances ('configural' processing), which is disrupted for faces presented in inverted orientation (face inversion effect or FIE). Children are not proficient in configural processing, and this m...

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  • publication . Article . 2011
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    Authors:
    Giancarlo Perrone; Gaetano Stea; Filomena Epifani; János Varga; Jens Christian Frisvad; Robert A. Samson;
    Project: EC | MYCORED (222690)

    Aspergillus section Nigri is an important group of species for food and medical mycology, and biotechnology. The Aspergillus niger 'aggregate' represents its most complicated taxonomic subgroup containing eight morphologically indistinguishable taxa: A. niger, Aspergill...

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  • publication . Article . Other literature type . 2012
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Rainer Goebel;
    Project: EC | COLUMNARCODECRACKING (269853)

    How does our brain achieve its impressive expertise to effortlessly read written words? It has been proposed that a key element of the capability to recognize visually presented words (as well as other objects) is a normalization process that is assumed to operate along...

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  • publication . Article . Other literature type . 2020
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Danielle S. Bassett; Kathleen E. Cullen; Simon B. Eickhoff; Martha J. Farah; Yukiko Goda; Patrick Haggard; Hailan Hu; Yasmin L. Hurd; Sheena A. Josselyn; Baljit S. Khakh; ...
    Project: EC | HBP SGA3 (945539)

    The first issue of Nature Reviews Neuroscience was published 20 years ago, in 2000. To mark this anniversary, in this Viewpoint article we asked a selection of researchers from across the field who have authored pieces published in the journal in recent years for their ...

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  • publication . Article . 2017
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    Authors:
    Camille F. Chavan; Michael Mouthon; Marie Simonet; Henri-Marcel Hoogewoud; Bogdan Draganski; Wietske van der Zwaag; Lucas Spierer;
    Project: SNSF | Anatomical and functional... (320030_135679), SNSF | Imaging large scale neuro... (33CM30_140332), SNSF | Cerebellar somatotopy wit... (31003A_153070), WT , EC | HBP (604102), SNSF | Structural and functional... (32003B_156854)

    What are the neurophysiological determinants of sustained supra-normal inhibitory control performance? We addressed this question by coupling multimodal neuroimaging and behavioral investigations of experts in fencing who underwent more than 20,000 h of inhibitory contr...

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  • publication . Article . 2018
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    Authors:
    Annelein Meisner; Annelein Meisner; Annelein Meisner; Samuel Jacquiod; Basten L. Snoek; Basten L. Snoek; Basten L. Snoek; Freddy C. ten Hooven; Wim H. van der Putten; Wim H. van der Putten;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Project: EC | INCA (600398)

    International audience; It is increasingly acknowledged that climate change is influencing terrestrial ecosystems by increased drought and rainfall intensities. Soil microbes are key drivers of many processes in terrestrial systems and rely on water in soil pores to ful...

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  • publication . Article . 2018
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    Authors:
    Kalmijn, Matthijs;
    Project: EC | FamilyComplexity (669334)

    There has been debate about whether the flow of intergenerational support reverses as parents age. One view is that in western countries, parents remain ‘net donors’ to children, even in very old age. Such a conclusion coincides with notions of parental altruism and wou...

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  • publication . Article . 2020
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    Authors:
    Kirsten van Houdt; Matthijs Kalmijn; Katya Ivanova;
    Project: EC | FamilyComplexity (669334)

    Abstract Objectives Multi-actor data show that parents’ and adult children’s evaluations of their relation do not necessarily match. We studied disagreement in parent- and child-reported closeness, comparing parent–child dyads involving separated parents, non-separated...

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  • publication . Article . 2017
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    Authors:
    Colinda L.G.J. Scheele; Edouard Hannezo; Mauro J. Muraro; Anoek Zomer; Nathalia S. M. Langedijk; Alexander van Oudenaarden; Benjamin D. Simons; Jacco van Rheenen;
    Project: EC | Cancer-Recurrence (648804)

    During puberty, the mouse mammary gland develops into a highly branched epithelial network. Owing to the absence of exclusive stem cell markers, the location, multiplicity, dynamics and fate of mammary stem cells (MaSCs), which drive branching morphogenesis, are unknown...

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