Visual recognition of social signals by a tectothalamic neural circuit

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KAPPEL, Johannes M., Dominique FÖRSTER, Katja SLANGEWAL, Inbal SHAINER, Fabian SVARA, Joseph C. DONOVAN, Shachar SHERMAN, Michał JANUSZEWSKI, Herwig BAIER, Johannes LARSCH, 2022. Visual recognition of social signals by a tectothalamic neural circuit. In: Nature. Springer Nature. 608(7921), pp. 146-152. ISSN 0028-0836. eISSN 1476-4687. Available under: doi: 10.1038/s41586-022-04925-5

@article{Kappel2022-08-04Visua-58206, title={Visual recognition of social signals by a tectothalamic neural circuit}, year={2022}, doi={10.1038/s41586-022-04925-5}, number={7921}, volume={608}, issn={0028-0836}, journal={Nature}, pages={146--152}, author={Kappel, Johannes M. and Förster, Dominique and Slangewal, Katja and Shainer, Inbal and Svara, Fabian and Donovan, Joseph C. and Sherman, Shachar and Januszewski, Michał and Baier, Herwig and Larsch, Johannes} }

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