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Knockdown of embryonic myosin heavy chain reveals an essential role in the morphology and function of the developing heart (2011)
Journal Article
Rutland, C. S., Polo-Parada, L., Ehler, E., Alibhai, A., Thorpe, A., Suren, S., …Loughna, S. (2011). Knockdown of embryonic myosin heavy chain reveals an essential role in the morphology and function of the developing heart. Development, 138(18), https://doi.org/10.1242/dev.059063

The expression and function of embryonic myosin heavy chain (eMYH) has not been investigated within the early developing heart. This is despite the knowledge that other structural proteins, such as alpha and beta myosin heavy chains and cardiac alpha... Read More about Knockdown of embryonic myosin heavy chain reveals an essential role in the morphology and function of the developing heart.

Sensory gating and its modulation by cannabinoids: electrophysiological, computational and mathematical analysis (2008)
Journal Article
Zachariou, M., Dissanayake, D. W. N., Coombes, S., Owen, M. R., & Mason, R. (in press). Sensory gating and its modulation by cannabinoids: electrophysiological, computational and mathematical analysis. Cognitive Neurodynamics, 2, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11571-008-9050-4

Gating of sensory information can be assessed using an auditory conditioning-test paradigm which measures the reduction in the auditory evoked response to a test stimulus following an initial conditioning stimulus. Recording brainwaves from specific... Read More about Sensory gating and its modulation by cannabinoids: electrophysiological, computational and mathematical analysis.