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Data from: Evaluating population receptive field estimation frameworks in terms of robustness and reproducibility

Mario Senden, Joel Reithler, Sven Gijsen & Rainer Goebel
Within vision research retinotopic mapping and the more general receptive field estimation approach constitute not only an active field of research in itself but also underlie a plethora of interesting applications. This necessitates not only good estimation of population receptive fields (pRFs) but also that these receptive fields are consistent across time rather than dynamically changing. It is therefore of interest to maximize the accuracy with which population receptive fields can be estimated in a...

Data from: Prevalence of transcription factors in ascomycete and basidiomycete fungi

Richard B. Todd, Miaomiao Zhou, Robin A. Ohm, Melissa A. C. F. Leeggangers, Loek Visser & Ronald P. De Vries
Background: Gene regulation underlies fungal physiology and therefore is a major factor in fungal biodiversity. Analysis of genome sequences has revealed a large number of putative transcription factors in most fungal genomes. The presence of fungal orthologs for individual regulators has been analysed and appears to be highly variable with some regulators widely conserved and others showing narrow distribution. Although genome-scale transcription factor surveys have been performed before, no global study into the prevalence of...

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