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CORTEXCenter of Research, Technology and Entrepreneurial Expertise (biotechnology; Missouri)
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Cortex also said it had granted underwriters a 30-day option to buy up to an additional 4.5m common shares.
The Vita Cortex workers have been occupying the former foam manufacturing plant on the Kinsale Road since December 16.
According to the company, CORTEX FX has been designed to provide clients with a single point of access to the full breadth of electronic foreign exchange products, tools and services.
Like all Axon products, the evolution of Cortex has been heavily influenced by customer feedback.
Jeste suggested that these neuro-biologic pathways help balance the phylogenetically older portions of the brain such as the limbic cortex with the more recently evolved prefrontal cortex.
The cerebral cortex is crucial to a human's ability to perceive, think, experience emotion, and act.
Accordingly, reductions were seen in the occipital cortex and midbrain, whereas an increase was obtained in the temporal cortex (Figure 1B).
Cortex, located in Irvine, California, is a neuroscience company focused on novel drug therapies for neurological and psychiatric disorders.
There is, for instance, considerable evidence of invariant representations in the workings of the visual cortex, but it is not yet clear whether the concept applies broadly to other sensory areas and to motor regions of the cortex.
This neuroplasticity may lead to an increased perception of volume in the auditory cortex (hyperacusis) and to the perception of phantom sounds (tinnitus).
The largest part of your brain is the cerebral cortex. When it's functioning normally, this section takes care of thinking, reasoning, the five senses, and controlling certain kinds of movements.
A region at the front of the brain's right hemisphere, the prefrontal cortex, plays a critical role in how the human brain processes emotions.