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June 2015

New paper on homologue regions for space and memory across species

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The 2014 Nobel prize in Medicine was awarded for the discovery of the brain’s GPS in the rodent entorhinal cortex. Despite numerous attempts in neuroscience and medicine in the past decades, the homologue entorhinal subregions in humans remained elusive. In this study, we combine high-field fMRI with novel connectivity methods to identify the corresponding areas in humans.
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