I wanted the title of this post to be “A tale of two one two three papers” but I couldn’t figure out how to get strikethroughs in the title field. And I thought “A tale of two, make that one, no make that two again, oops now three” might be a bit cumbersome. As promised, here’s another installment of the discussion of what happens when we receive conceptually related/overlapping papers. It starts with a paper that appeared just yesterday in Neuron by Kenichi Ohki and colleagues describing how mouse visual cortex neurons that developed from the same neural progenitor cell tend to be more similar functionally than those that did not. Read more
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