Feedforward Compensation Mediated by the Central and Peripheral Actions of a Single Neuropeptide Discovered Using Representational Difference Analysis
J. Jing, J.V. Sweedler, E.C. Cropper, V. Alexeeva, J.-H. Park, E.V. Romanova, F. Xie, N.C. Dembrow, B.C. Ludwar, K.R. Weiss, F,.S. Vilim, J. Neurosci. 30, 2010, 16545–16558.
About the cover: Multiple rows of sharp teeth cover a tongue-like structure, the radula, of the herbivore sea slug Aplysia californica. During grazing, the radula's movements are controlled by a neuronal network that incorporates a feedforward compensatory mechanism.