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Data from: Anterior insular cortex plays a critical role in interoceptive attention

Xingchao Wang, Qiong Wu, Laura Egan, Xiaosi Gu, Pinan Liu, Hong Gu, Yihong Yang, Jing Luo, Yanhong Wu, Zhixian Gao & Jin Fan
Accumulating evidence indicates that the anterior insular cortex (AIC) mediates interoceptive attention, which refers to attention towards physiological signals arising from the body. However, the necessity of the AIC in this process has not been demonstrated. Using a novel task that directs attention toward breathing rhythm, we assessed the involvement of the AIC in interoceptive attention in healthy participants using functional magnetic resonance imaging and examined the necessity of the AIC in interoceptive attention in...

Data from: Interest in nonsocial novel stimuli as a function of age in rhesus monkeys

Eliza Bliss-Moreau & Mark Baxter
Human cognitive and affective life changes with healthy aging; cognitive capacity declines while emotional life becomes more positive and social relationships are prioritized. This may reflect an awareness of limited lifetime unique to humans, leading to a greater interest in maintaining social relationships at the expense of the nonsocial world in the face of limited cognitive and physical resources. Alternately, fundamental biological processes common to other primate species may direct preferential interest in social stimuli...

Data from: Improved detection of influenza A virus from blue-winged teals by sequencing directly from swab material

Lucas M. Ferreri, Lucia Ortiz, Ginger Geiger, Gonzalo P. Barriga, Rebecca Poulson, Ana Gonzalez-Reiche, Jo Anne Crum, David Stallknecht, David Moran, Celia Cordon-Rosales, Daniela Rajao & Daniel R. Perez
The greatest diversity of influenza A virus (IAV) is found in wild aquatic birds of the orders Anseriformes and Charadriiformes. In these birds, IAV replication occurs mostly in the intestinal tract. Fecal, cloacal and/or tracheal swabs are typically collected and tested by real-time RT-PCR (rRT-PCR) and/or by virus isolation in embryonated chicken eggs in order to determine the presence of IAV. Virus isolation may impose bottlenecks that select variant populations that are different from those...

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