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    • Fujita, Koji; Boeckx, Cedric (2016)
      Biolinguistics is a highly interdisciplinary field that seeks the rapprochement between linguistics and biology. Linking theoretical linguistics, theoretical biology, genetics, neuroscience and cognitive psychology, this ...
    • Isacoff, Ehud Y.; Kramer, Richard H.; Trauner, Dirk; Hegemann, Peter; Sigrist, Stephan (2013)
      The transmembrane proteins that underlie neural processing are now known at a level of detail that has greatly increased our understanding of these sophisticated molecular machines. Starting with MacKinnon’s seminal structure ...
    • de Bono, Mario; Schafer, William R.; Gottschalk, Alexander; Hegemann, Peter; Sigrist, Stephan (2013)
      Elucidating the mechanisms by which nervous systems process information and generate behavior is among the fundamental problems of biology. The complexity of our brain and plasticity of our behaviors make it challenging ...
    • Anisimova, Maria (2019)
      This open access book addresses the challenge of analyzing and understanding the evolutionary dynamics of complex biological systems at the genomic level, and elaborates on some promising strategies that would bring us ...
    • Pouteau , Sylvie (2007)
      "Contemporary biology is called to accommodate the idea that while DNA is involved in the formation of an individual, the other constituents of the organism or of its environment are also determining factors. Nothing is ...
    • Hegemann, Peter; Sigrist, Stephan (2013)
      Biophysics; Genetic Engineering; Neuroscience; Optics; Vision Restoration
    • Dutheil, Julien Y. (2020)
      This open access volume presents state-of-the-art inference methods in population genomics, focusing on data analysis based on rigorous statistical techniques. After introducing general concepts related to the biology of ...
    • Tettelin, Hervé; Medini, Duccio (2020)
      This open access book offers the first comprehensive account of the pan-genome concept and its manifold implications. The realization that the genetic repertoire of a biological species always encompasses more than the ...