Here are our highlights from February’s PLOS Computational Biology The Molecular Clock of Neutral Evolution Evolution is driven by genetic mutations. While some mutations affect an organism’s ability to survive and reproduce, most are
Predicting diseases with Wikipedia, how the brain modifies memories, and hypersynchrony: the PLOS Comp Biol November Issue
Here are our highlights from November’s PLOS Computational Biology. Predicting Diseases with Wikipedia Effective and timely disease surveillance is a critical component of prevention and mitigation strategies that can save lives. Nicholas Generous and colleagues
Here are our highlights from October’s PLOS Computational Biology. Proteins execute many functions in the cell, and these biological functions are strongly linked to their three-dimensional structure. By constructing a probabilistic model for sequence variability,
Pupil size and decision making, timing evolutionary innovation and understanding ATP allosteric functions: the PLOS Comp Biol September issue
Here’s our pick of the highlights from September’s PLOS Computational Biology. The precision with which people make decisions can be predicted by measuring pupil size before they are presented with any information about the decision.
In this week’s PLoS Biology roundup, we feature research articles reporting new discoveries, ranging from sleep regulation to the role of heat shock proteins in disassembling the toxic protein aggregates that can feature in neurodegenerative