Investigation of the role and regulatory mechanisms of pre- versus post-synaptic mRNA translation in memory formation and retrieval within glutamatergic neurons of an intact neural circuit
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Master/Ph D Thesis (# Of Pos: 2), Université de Sherbrooke, Canada, 4 days ago
Characterization of superconductive materials for the Realization of Large-Scale Quantum Systems Description: As part of a research program whose goal is to take advantage of the high maturity of ...