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1 Activation of inactivation process initiates rapid eye movement sleep Mallick, Birendra Nath
2012
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2 Activity-regulated genes as mediators of neural circuit plasticity Leslie, Jennifer H.
2011
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3 Adaptive auditory plasticity in developing and adult animals Keuroghlian, Alex S.
2007
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4 Addendum Meiri, Hamutal
1989
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5 Adenosine A2 receptor-mediated excitatory actions on the nervous system Sebastião, A.M.
1996
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6 Adenosine receptors and calcium: Basis for proposing a third (A3) adenosine receptor Ribeiro, J.A.
1986
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7 Adolescent brain maturation, the endogenous cannabinoid system and the neurobiology of cannabis-induced schizophrenia Bossong, Matthijs G.
2010
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8 Adult neurons in cell culture: Electrophysiological characterization and use in neurobiological research Scott, Brian S.
1982
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9 Alternative RNA splicing in the nervous system Grabowski, Paula J.
2001
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10 Alzheimer's disease and oxidative stress: implications for novel therapeutic approaches Behl, Christian
1999
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11 Alzheimer’s disease and the basal forebrain cholinergic system: relations to β-amyloid peptides, cognition, and treatment strategies Auld, Daniel S
2002
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12 Amino acids and hepatic encephalopathy Rossi-Fanelli, F.
1987
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13 Ammonia metabolism, the brain and fatigue; revisiting the link Wilkinson, Daniel J.
2010
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14 A modeler's view on the spatial structure of intrinsic horizontal connectivity in the neocortex Voges, Nicole
2010
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15 Animal models of multiple sclerosis—Potentials and limitations Mix, Eilhard
2010
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16 Apoptosis-inducing factor: A matter of neuron life and death Krantic, Slavica
2007
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17 Aquaporins in the central nervous system Venero, José L.
2001
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18 Are you using neuronal densities, synaptic densities or neurochemical densities as your definitive data? there is a better way to go Oorschot, D.E.
1994
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19 Astrocytes and human cognition: Modeling information integration and modulation of neuronal activity Pereira Jr, Alfredo
2010
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20 Astrocytic β2-adrenergic receptors: From physiology to pathology Laureys, Guy
2010
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21 Audition and the auditory pathway of a vocal new world primate, the common marmoset Aitkin, Lindsay
1993
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22 Autoimmune and inflammatory mechanisms of CNS damage Kapadia, Minesh
2011
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23 Axonal ion channels from bench to bedside: A translational neuroscience perspective Krishnan, Arun V.
2009
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24 Axonal transport and neurodegenerative disease: Can we see the elephant? Goldstein, Lawrence S.B.
2012
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25 BDNF as a pain modulator Merighi, Adalberto
2008
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26 Brain iron metabolism: Neurobiology and neurochemistry Ke, Ya
2007
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27 Brainstem control of the events of rem sleep Vertes, Robert P.
1984
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28 Brain stem generation of the hippocampal EEG Vertes, Robert P.
1982
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29 Calcium dysregulation in Alzheimer's disease: From mechanisms to therapeutic opportunities Yu, Jin-Tai
2009
149-150 3 p. 240-255
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30 Calcium-permeable acid-sensing ion channel in nociceptive plasticity: A new target for pain control Xu, Tian-Le
2009
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31 Catecholamines and the sodium pump in excitable cells Phillis, J.W.
1981
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32 Cellular and molecular mechanisms of epilepsy in the human brain Avoli, Massimo
2005
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33 Cellular perspectives on the glutamate–monoamine interactions in limbic lobe structures and their relevance for some psychiatric disorders Pralong, Etienne
2002
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34 Central neural organization and control of sympathetic nervous system in mammals Sun, Miao-Kun
1995
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35 Charcot–Marie–Tooth disease and intracellular traffic Bucci, Cecilia
2012
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36 Circadian rhythms in mammalian neurotransmitter receptors Wirz-Justice, Anna
1987
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37 Circulating insulin-like growth factor I and cognitive function: Neuromodulation throughout the lifespan Aleman, André
2009
149-150 3 p. 256-265
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38 Classical (pavlovian) conditioning models of age-related changes in associative learning and their neurobiological substrates Powell, D.A.
1991
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39 Cold injury in mice: a model to study mechanisms of brain edema and neuronal apoptosis Murakami, Kensuke
1999
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40 Consequences of spinal cord lesions upon motor function, with special reference to locomotor activity Eidelberg, Eduardo
1981
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41 Control of cell number in the developing mammalian visual system Finlay, Barbara L.
1989
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42 Cortical pathways to the mammalian amygdala McDonald, Alexander J.
1998
149-150 3 p. 257-332
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43 Costorage and coexistence of neuropeptides in the mammalian CNS Merighi, A
2002
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44 Cracking taste codes by tapping into sensory neuron impulse traffic Frank, Marion E.
2008
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45 Critical role of microvasculature basal lamina in ischemic brain injury Wang, Chen Xu
2007
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46 Cytokines and innate inflammation in the pathogenesis of human traumatic brain injury Helmy, Adel
2011
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47 Developing treatment for spinal and bulbar muscular atrophy Fischbeck, Kenneth H.
2012
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48 Developmental mechanisms in the pathogenesis of neurodegenerative diseases Mehler, Mark F.
2001
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49 Developmental regulation of cognitive abilities: Modified composition of a molecular switch turns on associative learning Dumas, Theodore C.
2005
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50 Development of hydrocephalus and classical hypothesis of cerebrospinal fluid hydrodynamics: Facts and illusions Orešković, D.
2011
149-150 3 p. 238-258
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51 Development of the lateral line system in Xenopus Winklbauer, Rudolf
1989
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52 Development of ventral spinal motoneurone fibres: A correlative study of the growth and maturation of central and peripheral segments of large and small fibre classes Fraher, John P.
1988
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53 Dissecting the age-related decline on spatial learning and memory tasks in rodent models: N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors and voltage-dependent Ca2+ channels in senescent synaptic plasticity Foster, Thomas C.
2012
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54 Distribution of neuropeptides in the central nervous system: A review of biochemical mapping studies Palkovits, Miklós
1984
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55 Dopamine functions in appetitive and defensive behaviours Blackburn, James R.
1992
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56 Driving GDNF expression: The green and the red traffic lights Saavedra, Ana
2008
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57 Dynamic changes in sodium channels at demyelinated axons Meiri, Hamutal
1989
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58 Early developmental patterns and mechanisms of axonal guidance of spinal interneurons in the chick embryo spinal cord Yaginuma, Hiroyuki
1994
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59 Editorial Le Van Quyen, Michel
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60 Editorial Advisory Board 2006
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90 Editorial note Kerkut, G.A.
1987
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91 EEG and event-related potentials in normal aging Dustman, R.E.
1993
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92 Effects of lead exposure on the physiology of neurons Audesirk, Gerald
1985
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93 Electrophysiology of Necturus taste cells Bigiani, Albertino
2002
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94 ENCODING OF TOOTH LOADS BY HUMAN PERIODONTAL AFFERENTS AND THEIR ROLE IN JAW MOTOR CONTROL TRULSSON, MATS
1996
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95 Endothelial cells of the brain and other organ systems: Some similarities and differences Joó, Ferenc
1996
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96 Epidemiology-driven neurodevelopmental animal models of schizophrenia Meyer, Urs
2010
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97 Epigenetic regulation of nervous system development by DNA methylation and histone deacetylation MacDonald, Jessica L.
2009
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98 Epithelial conduction: Its properties and functions Anderson, Peter A.V.
1980
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99 Erratum 1995
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100 Erratum 1995
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101 Estrogen receptors in the human forebrain and the relation to neuropsychiatric disorders Österlund, Marie K
2001
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102 Estrogens: protective or risk factors in brain function? Wise, Phyllis M.
2003
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103 Experimental complex partial seizures induced by a microinjection of kainic acid into limbic structures Tanaka, Tatsuya
1992
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104 Exploiting endogenous anti-apoptotic proteins for novel therapeutic strategies in cerebral ischemia Rami, Abdelhaq
2008
149-150 3 p. 273-296
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105 Family reunion – The ZIP/prion gene family Ehsani, Sepehr
2011
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106 Frontal-midline theta from the perspective of hippocampal “theta” Mitchell, Damon J.
2008
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107 Functional development of the parasympathetic neurons of the avian ciliary ganglion: A classic model system for the study of neuronal differentiation and development Dryer, Stuart E.
1994
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108 Functional Genomics meets neurodegenerative disorders Hoerndli, Frederic
2005
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109 Functional Genomics meets neurodegenerative disorders David, Della C.
2005
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110 Functional imaging of the brain by infrared radiation (thermoencephaloscopy) Shevelev, Igor A.
1998
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111 Functional interactions between neurons and astrocytes I. Turnover and metabolism of putative amino acid transmitters Hertz, Leif
1979
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112 Functional organization of the extrinsic and intrinsic circuitry of the parahippocampal region Witter, M.P.
1989
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113 Functional recovery after severe CNS trauma: Current perspectives for cell therapy with bone marrow stromal cells Vaquero, Jesús
2011
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114 GABA, a forgotten gliotransmitter Angulo, María Cecilia
2008
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115 Gaba-receptors in the vertebrate nervous system DeFeudis, F.V.
1977
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116 Generation of the masticatory central pattern and its modulation by sensory feedback Morquette, Philippe
2012
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117 Genes, proteins, and neurotoxins involved in Parkinson’s disease Halbach, O.von Bohlen und
2004
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118 GFAP in health and disease Middeldorp, J.
2011
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119 GLIA-NEURON INTERCOMMUNICATIONS AND SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY Vernadakis, Antonia
1996
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120 Global ischemia and behavioural deficits Block, F
1999
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121 Gonadal hormones as promoters of structural synaptic plasticity: Cellular mechanisms García-Segura, L.M.
1994
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122 Good gene, bad gene: New APP variant may be both Di Fede, Giuseppe
2012
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123 GPCR mediated regulation of synaptic transmission Betke, Katherine M.
2012
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124 G protein activation of cardiac muscarinic K+ channels Kurachi, Yoshihisa
1992
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125 Has dopamine a physiological role in the control of sexual behavior? Paredes, Raúl G
2004
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126 Head direction cells and the neurophysiological basis for a sense of direction Taube, Jeffrey S.
1998
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127 High-frequency neural activity and human cognition: Past, present and possible future of intracranial EEG research Lachaux, Jean-Philippe
2012
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128 High-frequency oscillations (HFOs) in clinical epilepsy Jacobs, J.
2012
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129 High frequency oscillations in the intact brain Buzsáki, György
2012
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130 High-frequency oscillations – Where we are and where we need to go Engel Jr., Jerome
2012
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131 Hippocampal markers of age-related memory dysfunction: Behavioral, electrophysiological and morphological perspectives Geinisman, Yuri
1995
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132 Hyperpolarization activated cyclic-nucleotide gated (HCN) channels in developing neuronal networks Bender, Roland A.
2008
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133 Immunosuppression after traumatic or ischemic CNS damage: It is neuroprotective and illuminates the role of microglial cells Hailer, Nils P.
2008
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134 Impact of aging on hippocampal function: plasticity, network dynamics, and cognition Rosenzweig, Ephron S
2003
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135 Index 1998
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136 Index 1998
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137 Inflammation in Alzheimer's disease: Amyloid-β oligomers trigger innate immunity defence via pattern recognition receptors Salminen, Antero
2009
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138 Influence of ethanol on neuronal and synaptic maturation in the central nervous system—Morphological investigations Jones, D.G.
1988
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139 In vivo electroporation of the central nervous system: A non-viral approach for targeted gene delivery De Vry, Jochen
2010
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140 Involvement of the brain histaminergic system in addiction and addiction-related behaviors: A comprehensive review with emphasis on the potential therapeutic use of histaminergic compounds in drug dependence Brabant, Christian
2010
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141 Iron, zinc and copper in the Alzheimer's disease brain: A quantitative meta-analysis. Some insight on the influence of citation bias on scientific opinion Schrag, Matthew
2011
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142 Is a bird in the hand worth two in the future? The neuroeconomics of intertemporal decision-making Kalenscher, Tobias
2008
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143 Long-term potentiations in vertebrate synapses: a variety of cascades with common subprocesses Kuba, Kenji
1990
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144 Many roads lead to primary autosomal recessive microcephaly Kaindl, Angela M.
2010
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145 Mechanical responses of the mammalian cochlea Ulfendahl, Mats
1997
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146 Mechanisms of axon degeneration: From development to disease Saxena, Smita
2007
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147 Mechanisms of physiological and epileptic HFO generation Jefferys, John G.R.
2012
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148 Mechanisms of specificity in neuronal activity-regulated gene transcription Lyons, Michelle R.
2011
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149 Mechanisms that may underlie the behavioural effects of ethanol Little, H.J.
1991
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150 Melatonin—A pleiotropic, orchestrating regulator molecule Hardeland, Rüdiger
2011
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151 Membrane and synaptic properties of identified neurons in the olfactory bulb Mori, Kensaku
1987
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152 Microdialysis—Theory and application Benveniste, Helene
1990
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153 Microglia and neuroprotection: From in vitro studies to therapeutic applications Polazzi, Elisabetta
2010
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154 Modulation of inhibitory and excitatory amino acid receptor ion channels by zinc Smart, Trevor G.
1994
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155 Modulation of neuronal stem cell differentiation by hypoxia and reactive oxygen species Vieira, Helena L.A.
2011
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156 Molecular and systems mechanisms of memory consolidation and storage Wang, Huimin
2006
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157 Molecular aspects of the trophic influence of nerve on muscle McArdle, Joseph J.
1983
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158 Molecular mechanisms of dendritic spine development and remodeling Ethell, Iryna M.
2005
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159 Monoamine systems in the cerebral cortex: evidence for anatomical specificity Papadopoulos, G.C.
1991
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160 Multivesicular bodies in neurons: Distribution, protein content, and trafficking functions Von Bartheld, Christopher S.
2011
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161 Myelinated nerve fibres in the CNS Hildebrand, C.
1993
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162 Nanotechnology, nanotoxicology, and neuroscience Suh, Won Hyuk
2009
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163 Natriuretic peptides and their receptors in the central nervous system Cao, Li-Hui
2008
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164 Nerve growth factor in treatment and pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease Williams, Brice J.
2006
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165 Network and pharmacological mechanisms leading to epileptiform synchronization in the limbic system in vitro Avoli, Massimo
2002
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166 Neural graft augmentation through co-grafting: Implantation of cells as sources of survival and growth factors Collier, Timothy J.
1994
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167 Neural mechanisms underlying stereoscopic vision Gonzalez, F
1998
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168 Neural progenitor NT2N cell lines from teratocarcinoma for transplantation therapy in stroke Hara, Koichi
2008
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169 Neurobiology of Down's syndrome Scott, Brian S.
1983
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170 Neurochemical and cognitive aspects of depression Kidman, A.
1985
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171 Neurodegeneration as an RNA disorder Johnson, Rory
2012
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172 Neuromagnetic studies of somatosensory system: Principles and examples Hari, R.
1985
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173 Neuronal organization and information processing in the wind-sensitive cercal receptor/giant interneurone system of the locust and other orthopteroid insects Boyan, G.S.
1990
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174 Neuronal plasticity induced by neonatal monocular (and binocular) enucleation Toldi, J.
1996
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175 Neuropeptide FF, A Mammalian Neuropeptide with Multiple Functions 1 1 Progress in Neurobiology, Volume 48, Numbers 4 5 , pp. 461–487. Panula, Pertti
1996
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176 Neurotransmitters and neuromodulators in the insect visual system Nässel, Dick R.
1991
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177 Neurotransmitter segregation: Functional and plastic implications Sámano, Cynthia
2012
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178 Neurotrophin signaling through the p75 neurotrophin receptor Roux, Philippe P
2002
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179 Nitric oxide as a regulator of behavior: New ideas from Aplysia feeding Susswein, Abraham J.
2012
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180 NON-ADRENERGIC NON-CHOLINERGIC (NANC) TRANSMISSION TO SMOOTH MUSCLE: 35 YEARS ON BENNETT, MAX R.
1997
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181 Noradrenaline involvement in basic and higher integrated REM sleep processes Gottesmann, Claude
2008
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182 Noradrenergic neuromuscular transmission with special reference to arterial smooth muscle Neild, T.O.
1982
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183 Norepinephrine and acetylcholine mediation of the components of reflexive attention: implications for attention deficit disorders Beane, M.
2004
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184 Normal and abnormal determinants of dopamine receptor ontogeny in the central nervous system Feigenbaum, Jeffery J.
1984
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185 O2 deprivation in the central nervous system: On mechanisms of neuronal response, differential sensitivity and injury Haddad, G.G.
1993
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186 Oligodendrocyte-protection and remyelination post-spinal cord injuries: A review Mekhail, Mina
2012
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