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Anterior cingulate cortex: A brain system necessary for learning to reward others?

Patricia L. Lockwood, Kathryn C. O’Nell, Matthew A. J. Apps

PRIMER


Neuroimaging-based prediction of mental traits: Road to utopia or Orwell?

Simon B. Eickhoff, Robert Langner

PERSPECTIVE


A single pair of leucokinin neurons are modulated by feeding state and regulate sleep–metabolism interactions

Maria E. Yurgel, Priyanka Kakad, Meet Zandawala, Dick R. Nässel, Tanja A. Godenschwege, Alex C. Keene
RESEARCH ARTICLE


Dissecting the transcriptome landscape of the human fetal neural retina and retinal pigment epithelium by single-cell RNA-seq analysis

Yuqiong Hu, Xiaoye Wang, Boqiang Hu, Yunuo Mao, Yidong Chen, et al

METHODS AND RESOURCES


Multiple functional neurosteroid binding sites on GABAA receptors

Zi-Wei Chen, John R. Bracamontes, Melissa M. Budelier, Allison L. Germann, Daniel J. Shin, et al

RESEARCH ARTICLE


Resting-state brain and spinal cord networks in humans are functionally integrated

Shahabeddin Vahdat, Ali Khatibi, Ovidiu Lungu, Jürgen Finsterbusch, Christian Büchel, et al

SHORT REPORT

 

Proximal recolonization by self-renewing microglia re-establishes microglial homeostasis in the adult mouse brain

Lihong Zhan, Grietje Krabbe, Fei Du, Ian Jones, Meredith C. Reichert, et al

RESEARCH ARTICLE
FEB 8 2019


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The future of PLOS Biology

Nonia Pariente, on behalf of the PLOS Biology Staff Editors

Editorial

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