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1 A brain perspective on language mechanisms: from discrete neuronal ensembles to serial order Pulvermüller, Friedemann
2002
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2 Activation of renshaw cells Windhorst, U.
1990
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3 Adaptive motor control in crayfish Cattaert, Daniel
2001
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4 A dual-hit animal model for age-related parkinsonism Boger, Heather A.
2010
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5 Adult neurogenesis and the olfactory system Whitman, Mary C.
2009
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6 African trypanosome infections of the nervous system: Parasite entry and effects on sleep and synaptic functions Kristensson, Krister
2010
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7 ALS genetic modifiers that increase survival of SOD1 mice and are suitable for therapeutic development Riboldi, Giulietta
2011
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8 Alteration of protein folding and degradation in motor neuron diseases: Implications and protective functions of small heat shock proteins Carra, Serena
2012
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9 Alteration of second messengers during acute cerebral ischemia – adenylate cyclase, cyclic AMP-dependent protein kinase, and cyclic AMP response element binding protein Tanaka, Kortaro
2001
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10 Ammonium in nervous tissue: transport across cell membranes, fluxes from neurons to glial cells, and role in signalling Marcaggi, Paı̈kan
2001
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11 Analysis and numerical solution of the dendrite equation with synapses applied to cochlear neurons Winslow, James L.
1990
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12 Analysis of recurrent inhibitory circuit in rat thalamus: Neurophysiology of the thalamic reticular nucleus Shosaku, A.
1989
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13 Anatomical localization of phosphoprotein and glycoprotein substrates of memory Routtenberg, Aryeh
1979
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14 Anatomical organization of the eye fields in the human and non-human primate frontal cortex Amiez, Céline
2009
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15 Angiotensin II:A peptidergic neurotransmitter in central autonomic pathways Ferguson, Alastair V.
1998
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16 Angiotensin receptor subtype mediated physiologies and behaviors: New discoveries and clinical targets Wright, John W.
2008
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17 Animal models of intractable epilepsy Löscher, Wolfgang
1997
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18 Antinociception opioids and the cholinergic system Green, Paul G.
1986
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19 Apoptosis in the developing CNS Naruse, Ichiro
1995
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20 A putative link of PUFA, GPR40 and adult-born hippocampal neurons for memory Yamashima, Tetsumori
2008
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21 Arachidonic acid as a neurotoxic and neurotrophic substance 1995
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22 Are numbers special? An overview of chronometric, neuroimaging, developmental and comparative studies of magnitude representation Cohen Kadosh, Roi
2008
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23 A review of systems and networks of the limbic forebrain/limbic midbrain Morgane, Peter J.
2005
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24 Assessing neuronal networks: Understanding Alzheimer's disease Bokde, Arun L.W.
2009
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25 Astrocyte apoptosis: implications for neuroprotection Takuma, Kazuhiro
2004
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26 Attenuation of experimentally-induced amnesia Martinez Jr., Joel L.
1981
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27 Autophagy and polyglutamine diseases Jimenez-Sanchez, Maria
2012
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28 BDNF function in adult synaptic plasticity: The synaptic consolidation hypothesis Bramham, Clive R.
2005
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29 Between destiny and disease: Genetics and molecular pathways of human central nervous system aging Glorioso, Christin
2011
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30 Bidirectional influences between neurons and glial cells in the developing olfactory system Tolbert, Leslie P
2004
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31 Brain development in dwarf mice Noguchi, Tetsuya
1988
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32 Can computers think? Differences and similarities between computers and brains Harvey, R.J.
1995
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33 Can computers think? Differences and similarities between computers and brains Harvey, R.J.
1995
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34 Can Parkinson's disease pathology be propagated from one neuron to another? Dunning, Christopher J.R.
2012
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35 Causes of obesity: Looking beyond the hypothalamus Peters, A.
2007
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36 cDNA libraries from a few neural cells Korneev, Sergei
1994
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37 Cell-autonomous and non-cell-autonomous toxicity in polyglutamine diseases Sambataro, Fabio
2012
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38 Cellular and molecular approaches to neural repair in the medicinal leech Blackshaw, Susanna
1994
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39 Cellular and molecular connections between sleep and synaptic plasticity Benington, Joel H
2003
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40 Cellular circadian clocks in the pineal Falcón, Jack
1999
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41 Cellular mechanisms of γ-secretase substrate selection, processing and toxicity Barthet, Gael
2012
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42 Central nervous angiotensin II responsiveness in birds Simon, Eckhart
1992
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43 Central neural mechanisms mediating excitation of sympathetic neurons by hypoxia Sun, Miao-Kun
1994
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44 Central neuroanatomical organisation of the rat visuomotor system Cooper, J.D.
1993
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45 Characterization of receptors for glutamate and GABA in retinal neurons Yang, Xiong-Li
2004
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46 Chemical signaling in the nervous system in health and disease: Nils-Åke Hillarp's legacy Granholm, Ann-Charlotte
2010
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47 Chikungunya fever: CNS infection and pathologies of a re-emerging arbovirus Das, Trina
2010
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48 CisDDP treatment and development of the rat cerebellum Scherini, Elda
1994
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49 Comparative neurobiology of opioids in invertebrates with special attention to senescent alterations Leung, Michael K.
1987
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50 Compensatory mechanisms in experimental and human Parkinsonism: towards a dynamic approach Bezard, Erwan
1998
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51 Comprehensive neurocognitive endophenotyping strategies for mouse models of genetic disorders Hunsaker, Michael R.
2012
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52 Connection between inflammatory processes and transmittor function—Modulatory effects of interleukin-1 Spulber, Stefan
2010
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53 Construction of tissue engineered nerve grafts and their application in peripheral nerve regeneration Gu, Xiaosong
2011
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54 Control of synapse development and plasticity by Rho GTPase regulatory proteins Tolias, Kimberley F.
2011
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55 Cortical Modulation of theCardiovascular System VERBERNE, ANTHONY J.M
1998
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56 Cysticercosis and neurocysticercosis as pathogens affecting the nervous system Mahanty, Siddhartha
2010
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57 Depression and the role of genes involved in dopamine metabolism and signalling Opmeer, Esther M.
2010
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58 Deregulated mTOR-mediated translation in intellectual disability Troca-Marín, José Antonio
2012
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59 Development of identified neuronal types and of specific synaptic connections in slice cultures of rat hippocampus Frotscher, M.
1995
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60 Development of the locomotor network in zebrafish Drapeau, Pierre
2002
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61 DNA repair deficiency in neurodegeneration Jeppesen, Dennis Kjølhede
2011
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62 Dopamine D-1 and D-2 receptors in relation to reward and performance: A case for the D-1 receptor as a primary site of therapeutic action of neuroleptic drugs Miller, R.
1990
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63 Down syndrome gene dosage imbalance on cerebellum development Moldrich, Randal X.
2007
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64 Drug interactions at GABAA receptors Korpi, Esa R
2002
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65 Dysfunction of constitutive and inducible ubiquitin-proteasome system in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: Implication for protein aggregation and immune response Bendotti, Caterina
2012
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66 Early involvement of the cerebral cortex in Parkinson's disease: Convergence of multiple metabolic defects Ferrer, Isidre
2009
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96 Effect of ammonium ions on synaptic transmission in the mammalian central nervous system Szerb, John C.
1992
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97 Effects of incremental exercise on cerebral oxygenation measured by near-infrared spectroscopy: A systematic review Rooks, Cherie R.
2010
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98 Emergence and re-emergence of viral diseases of the central nervous system Griffin, Diane E.
2010
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99 Emerging roles of microglial activation and non-motor symptoms in Parkinson's disease Doorn, Karlijn J.
2012
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100 Endocytosis of G protein-coupled receptors: roles of G protein-coupled receptor kinases and ß-arrestin proteins Claing, Audrey
2002
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101 Endogenous opioids and cyclic AMP Wollemann, Maria
1981
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102 Energy metabolism in adult neural stem cell fate Rafalski, Victoria A.
2011
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103 Engineered antibody therapies to counteract mutant huntingtin and related toxic intracellular proteins Butler, David C.
2012
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104 Epigenetic background of neuronal fate determination Wen, Shu
2009
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105 Erratum 1997
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106 Erratum 1990
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107 Erratum to “Ammonium in nervous tissue: transport across cell membranes, fluxes from neurons to glial cells, and role is signalling” [Progress in Neurobiology 64 (2001) 157-183] Marcaggi, Paikan
2001
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108 Erratum to “Neurotrophin secretion: current facts and future prospects” [Progr. Neurobiol. 69 (2003) 341–374] Lessmann, Volkmar
2004
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109 Erythropoietin: Elucidating new cellular targets that broaden therapeutic strategies Maiese, Kenneth
2008
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110 Excitatory amino acid action on the release of brain neurotransmitters and neuromodulators: Biochemical studies Ruzicka, Bianca B.
1993
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111 Experimental strategies to promote axonal regeneration after traumatic central nervous system injury Stichel, Christine C
1998
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112 Experimental strategies to promote spinal cord regeneration—an integrative perspective Schwab, Jan M.
2006
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113 Exploring the mammalian neuromuscular system by analysis of mutations: Spinal muscular atrophy and myotonia Jockusch, Harald
1994
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114 Extracellular matrix-remodeling metalloproteinases and infection of the central nervous system with retrovirus human T-lymphotropic virus type I (HTLV-I) Giraudon, Pascale
1996
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115 Extrinsic and intrinsic properties underlying oscillation and synchrony in limbic cortex Bland, Brian H.
1993
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116 Fast intra-axonal transport: Beginning, development and post-genome advances Dahlstrom, Annica B.
2010
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117 Feed-forward inhibition in the hippocampal formation Buzsáki, György
1984
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118 Fetal stress and programming of hypoxic/ischemic-sensitive phenotype in the neonatal brain: Mechanisms and possible interventions Li, Yong
2012
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119 Foreword Poletti, Angelo
2012
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120 From bench to drug: Human seizure modeling using Drosophila Song, Juan
2008
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121 Functional impact of interneuronal inhibition in the cerebral cortex of behaving animals Merchant, Hugo
2012
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122 Functional integration and inference in the brain Friston, Karl
2002
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123 Function and mechanism of axonal targeting of voltage-sensitive potassium channels Gu, Chen
2011
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124 GABAergic synchronization in the limbic system and its role in the generation of epileptiform activity Avoli, Massimo
2011
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125 Gaba-ergic transmission in deep cerebellar nuclei Sastry, B.R.
1997
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126 GANGLIONIC AXONS IN MOTOR ROOTS AND PIA MATER HILDEBRAND, C
1997
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127 Genetic dissection of signal transduction mediated by the sevenless receptor tyrosine kinase in Drosophila Hafen, E.
1994
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128 Genetics of human enteric neuropathies Panza, Emanuele
2012
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129 Glucose and ketone body utilization by the brain of neonatal rats Nehlig, Astrid
1993
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130 Golgi preparations as a tool in neuropathology with particular reference to investigations of the human telencephalic cortex Braak, H.
1985
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131 Grafted dopamine neurons: Morphology, neurochemistry, and electrophysiology Strömberg, Ingrid
2010
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132 HB-GAM (HEPARIN-BINDING GROWTH-ASSOCIATED MOLECULE) AND HEPARIN-TYPE GLYCANS IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND PLASTICITY OF NEURON-TARGET CONTACTS RAUVALA, HEIKKI
1997
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133 Heat shock proteins: Cellular and molecular mechanisms in the central nervous system Stetler, R. Anne
2010
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134 Hebb synaptic plasticity Viana Di Prisco, Gonzalo
1984
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135 HIGHEST LEVEL AUTOMATISMS IN THE NERVOUS SYSTEM: A THEORY OF FUNCTIONAL PRINCIPLES UNDERLYING THE HIGHEST FORMS OF BRAIN FUNCTION BAEV, KONSTANTIN V.
1997
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136 HIV and antiretroviral therapy: Impact on the central nervous system Ellis, Ronald
2010
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137 Human neuronal nicotinic receptors Gotti, C.
1997
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138 IFC 2004
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139 Index 1999
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140 Inflammation and glial responses in ischemic brain lesions Stoll, Guido
1998
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141 Integration of posture and locomotion in acute decerebrate cats and in awake, freely moving cats Mori, Shigemi
1987
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142 Interactions between cholinergic and peptidergic systems in the cerebral cortex and hippocampus Lamour, Y.
1988
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143 Intrinsic primary afferent neurons and nerve circuits within the intestine Furness, John B
2004
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144 INVARIANT FACE AND OBJECT RECOGNITION IN THE VISUAL SYSTEM Wallis, Guy
1997
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145 Invertebrate glia Radojcic, Tricia
1979
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146 Invertebrate muscles: Thin and thick filament structure; molecular basis of contraction and its regulation, catch and asynchronous muscle Hooper, Scott L.
2008
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147 Involvement of inflammatory cytokines in central nervous system injury Wang, Chen Xu
2002
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148 Ischemia and lesion induced imbalances in cortical function Luhmann, Heiko J.
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149 I-type lectins in the nervous system Probstmeier, Rainer
1999
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150 Kinases and kinase signaling pathways: Potential therapeutic targets in Parkinson's disease Wang, Gang
2012
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151 Kynurenines in the CNS: from endogenous obscurity to therapeutic importance Stone, Trevor W
2001
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152 Learning-induced physiological plasticity in the thalamo-cortical sensory systems: a critical evaluation of receptive field plasticity, map changes and their potential mechanisms Edeline, Jean-Marc
1999
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153 Life and death in the nervous system Davies, R.Wayne
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154 List of Previous Review Articles 2003
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155 Long-term potentiation and long-term depression in the neocortex Tsumoto, Tadaharu
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156 Looking at neurotransmitters in the microscope Hökfelt, Tomas
2010
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157 Magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy in assessing 3-nitropropionic acid-induced brain lesions: an animal model of Huntington’s disease Lee, Wang-Tso
2004
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158 Mechanisms of meningeal invasion by a bacterial extracellular pathogen, the example of Neisseria meningitidis Join-Lambert, Olivier
2010
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159 Mechanisms underlying sensitivity to organophosphorus anticholinesterase compounds Russell, Roger W.
1987
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160 Microglia and inflammation-mediated neurodegeneration: Multiple triggers with a common mechanism Block, Michelle L.
2005
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161 Microtubule-associated protein tau in development, degeneration and protection of neurons Wang, Jian-Zhi
2008
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162 Microvesiculation and cell interactions at the brain–endothelial interface in cerebral malaria pathogenesis Combes, Valéry
2010
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163 Mimicking nature's noses: From receptor deorphaning to olfactory biosensing Glatz, Richard
2011
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164 Mitochondrial dysfunction in ALS Cozzolino, Mauro
2012
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165 Modulation of ion channels by arachidonic acid Meves, Hans
1994
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166 Modulation of ion channels by somatostatin and acetylcholine Inoue, Masumi
1992
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167 Modulators in concert for cognition: Modulator interactions in the prefrontal cortex Briand, Lisa A.
2007
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168 Molecular biology of glutamate receptors Schoepfer, Ralf
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169 Molecular characteristics of excitatory amino acid receptors Barnes, Janine M.
1992
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170 Molecular genetic approaches to neurologic and psychiatric diseases Rosenberg, Michael B.
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171 Molecular mechanisms of axon guidance in the developing corticospinal tract Canty, A.J.
2008
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172 Molecular organization of a type of peripheral glutamate synapse: the afferent synapses of hair cells in the inner ear Ottersen, Ole P
1998
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173 Molecular pathways involved in the neurotoxicity of 6-OHDA, dopamine and MPTP: contribution to the apoptotic theory in Parkinson's disease Blum, David
2001
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174 MPTP-induced parkinsonism Stern, Yaakov
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175 Multimodal transcranial magnetic stimulation: Using concurrent neuroimaging to reveal the neural network dynamics of noninvasive brain stimulation Reithler, J.
2011
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176 Multiple roles of chemokine CXCL12 in the central nervous system: A migration from immunology to neurobiology Li, Meizhang
2008
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177 Myelination and myelin sheath remodelling in normal and pathological PNS nerve fibres Hildebrand, C.
1994
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178 N-Acetylaspartate in the CNS: From neurodiagnostics to neurobiology Moffett, John R.
2007
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179 Narcolepsy and depression and the neurobiology of gammahydroxybutyrate Mamelak, Mortimer
2009
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180 Nerve regeneration through artificial tubular implants Fields, R.Douglas
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181 Nervous regulation of metabolism Niijima, Akira
1989
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182 Neural mechanisms involved in the corticosteroid feedback effects on the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenocortical axis Feldman, Shaul
1995
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183 Neural regulation of intestinal nutrient absorption Mourad, Fadi H.
2011
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184 Neuroactive steroid regulation of neurotransmitter release in the CNS: Action, mechanism and possible significance Zheng, Ping
2009
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185 Neurobiological and neuroendocrine functions of the vasoactive intestinal peptide (vip) Rosténe, William H.
1984
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186 Neurobiological studies of fatigue Harrington, Mary E.
2012
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187 Neurobiology of infectious diseases: Bringing them out of neglect Bruzzone, Roberto
2010
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188 Neurobiology of the crustacean swimmeret system Mulloney, Brian
2012
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189 Neurochemical basis of the therapeutic effect of γ-aminobutyric acid and its derivatives Sytinsky, I.A.
1978
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190 Neurochemical pathways involved in the protective effects of nicotine and ethanol in preventing the development of Parkinson's disease: Potential targets for the development of new therapeutic agents Ward, Roberta J.
2008
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191 NEUROCHEMISTRY OF THE NODOSE GANGLION ZHUO, H.
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297 The muscles and joints of the neck: Their specialisation and role in head movement Dutia, M.B.
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346 Zebrafish: An integrative system for neurogenomics and neurosciences Rinkwitz, Silke
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