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Pauly D, Chacana PA, Calzado EG, Brembs B, Schade R (2011): IgY technology: extraction of chicken antibodies from egg yolk by polyethylene glycol (PEG) precipitation. J Vis Exp. (51), e3084, DOI: 10.3791/3084Citations: Bellingeri RV, Busso L, Alustiza FE, Picco NY, Molinero DP, Grosso MC, Motta CE, Vivas AB (2013): Characterization of egg yolk immunoglobulin (IgY) against enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli and evaluation [read more]
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1990 Brembs B. (1990): Die Laichwanderung der Lachse - Ein kritischer Überblick mit besonderer Gewichtung der Orientierungsmechanismen. Facharbeit, Wirsberg-Gymnasium Würzburg. 1996 Brembs B. (1996): Chaos, cheating and cooperation: potential solutions to the Prisoner's Dilemma. OIKOS 76, 14-24. Brembs B. (1996): Classical and operant conditioning in Drosophila at the flight simulator. Diploma-Thesis, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg 1997 Brembs B.; Wolf R.; Heisenberg M. (1997): Is operant behavior facilitating classical [read more]
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Birth I was born in Würzburg on February 23rd 1971 as the first son of a German father and a Swedish mother. I grew up bilingually. School After 4 years of elementary school I started at the Wirsberg-Gymnasium Würzburg in 1981. During 1987-89 I participated in two partnership programs: one with Apollo-Ridge High School Spring Church / Pennsylvania (USA) and [read more]
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ScienceBesides Learning, memory and evolution, one of my prime topics has always been physics, from high-energy physics and quantum mechanics to relativity and cosmology. My studies have only partly exceeded a rather popular level, though. As biology is a systemic science, I've also read a bit into the thermodynamics of dissipative systems and chaos. In my opinion, doing science will, [read more]
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Neuroscience is predominantly interested in elucidating the effects environmental stimuli cause in o[...]
The concept of causality is so central to the human thought process that Kant concluded it must precede all experience [1]. Our constant search for causes eventually led to the devel-opment of religion, science and technology. In science, we look for the underlying causes of natural phenomena. Humans are also subjected to this scrutiny. The neurosciences try to un-derstand the [read more]
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