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    Christophe Leterrier said:

    What if the leading author of the second paper (the one that was submitted later) had been previously chosen as a reviewer for the first paper (the one submitted first)? That seems totally plausible, does’nt it ?

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    Miguel Guerrero said:

    I think it correct: Apparently, rodents have a difficult time holding pasta, requiring them to learn new motor skills to adapt.) As the motor skills were learned, a third of new spines formed in clusters near pre-existing spines. Although there is always a basal level of spine turnover regardless of ongoing learning or experience, spine clusters that emerged as mice learned the reaching skills were more likely to persist over time.

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