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1 A beginner's guide to computer simulation of voltage-gated ion conductances Elliott, J.R.
1997
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2 A comparative framework for understanding the biological principles of adult neurogenesis Lindsey, Benjamin W.
2006
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3 A computational perspective on migraine aura Dahlem, M.A.
2004
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4 Adenosine and sleep–wake regulation Basheer, Radhika
2004
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5 Adenosine receptors in the nervous system: pathophysiological implications Ribeiro, J.A.
2002
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6 A ketamine-induced rat model of tardive dyskinesia Marco, L.A.
1992
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7 Amyloid β and neuromelanin—Toxic or protective molecules? Rao, K.S.J.
2006
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8 Anatomy and connectivity of intrastriatal striatal transplants Wictorin, Klas
1992
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9 Anatomy and physiology of central galanin-containing pathways Merchenthaler, István
1993
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10 An evaluation of specificity in activity-dependent gene expression in neurons Bradley, John
2002
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11 Antinociception induced by alpha-2-adrenoceptor agonists, with special emphasis on medetomidine studies Pertovaara, Antti
1993
149-150 6 p. 691-709
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12 Arachidonic acid as a neurotoxic and neurotrophic substance Katsuki, Hiroshi
1995
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13 Aspects of vertebrate neuronal voltage-activated calcium currents and their regulation Scott, Roderick H.
1991
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14 Astrocyte line SVG-TH grafted in a rat model of Parkinson's disease Yadid, G
1999
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15 A vitamin as neuromodulator: Ascorbate release into the extracellular fluid of the brain regulates dopaminergic and glutamatergic transmission Rebec, George V.
1994
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16 BIOCHEMISTRY, LOCALIZATION AND FUNCTIONAL ROLES OF ECTO-NUCLEOTIDASES IN THE NERVOUS SYSTEM ZIMMERMANN, H
1996
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17 Bioenergetics and glutamate excitotoxicity Greene, James G.
1996
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18 Bladder afferent pathway and spinal cord injury: possible mechanisms inducing hyperreflexia of the urinary bladder Yoshimura, Naoki
1999
149-150 6 p. 583-606
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19 Brain, aging and neurodegeneration: Role of zinc ion availability Mocchegiani, Eugenio
2005
149-150 6 p. 367-390
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20 B-50, the growth associated protein-43: modulation of cell morphology and communication in the nervous system Oestreicher, A.Beate
1997
149-150 6 p. 627-686
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21 Cauda equina syndrome Orendáčová, Judita
2001
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22 CCK peptides and mRNA in the human brain Lindefors, Nils
1993
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23 14C-Deoxyglucose mapping of the monkey brain during reaching to visual targets Savaki, Helen E.
1999
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24 Cell adhesion molecules in neural plasticity and pathology: similar mechanisms, distinct organizations? Cotman, Carl W
1998
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25 Cell membrane biochemistry and neurobiological approach to biomagnetism Azanza, María J.
1994
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26 Cell-patterning during sexual neurogenesis Bernroider, Gustav
1988
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27 Cell signalling cascades regulating neuronal growth-promoting and inhibitory cues Skaper, Stephen D
2001
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28 Cellular localization and possible functions for brain histamine: Recent progress Hough, Lindsay B.
1988
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29 Cerebral microvascular pathology in aging and Alzheimer's disease Farkas, Eszter
2001
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30 Changes in Dendritic structure and function following Hippocampal Lesions: correlations with developmental events? Bulinski, J.Chloë
1998
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31 Chemical synaptic transmission in the cochlea Puel, Jean-Luc
1995
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32 Cholinergic systems in mammalian brain and spinal cord Woolf, Nancy J.
1991
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33 Circadian rhythm of serotonin binding in rat brain Wesemann, Wolfgang
1990
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34 Clinical neurophysiology of aging brain: From normal aging to neurodegeneration Rossini, Paolo M.
2007
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35 Consolidation of transient ionotropic glutamate signals through nuclear transcription factors in the brain Yoneda, Yukio
2001
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36 Corrigendum 1993
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37 Dendritic changes in Alzheimer's disease and factors that may underlie these changes Anderton, Brian H.
1998
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38 Descending control of pain Millan, Mark J.
2002
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120 p.
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39 Development and plasticity of the locus coeruleus: A review of recent physiological and pharmacological experimentation Nakamura, S.
1990
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40 Development of identified neuronal types and of specific synaptic connections in slice cultures of rat hippocampus Frotscher, M.
1995
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41 Diversity of potassium channels in neuronal dendrites Yuan, Li-Lian
2006
149-150 6 p. 374-389
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42 Dopamine: a potential substrate for synaptic plasticity and memory mechanisms Jay, Thérèse M
2003
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43 Down's syndrome and the molecular biology of chromosome 21 Cooper, David N.
1988
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44 Editorial Board 2002
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45 Editorial Board 2007
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58 Electrically coupled but chemically isolated synapses: Dendritic spines and calcium in a rule for synaptic modification Wickens, Jeff
1988
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59 Electrogenic Na+/Ca2+-exchange of nerve and muscle cells Török, Tamás L.
2007
149-150 6 p. 287-347
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60 Emerging concepts of structure-function dynamics in adult brain: The hypothalamo-neurohypophysial system Hatton, Glenn I.
1990
149-150 6 p. 437-504
68 p.
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61 Endothelial progenitor cells and cerebrovascular diseases Lapergue, Bertrand
2007
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62 Energy metabolism in mammalian brain during development Erecinska, Maria
2004
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63 Erratum 1995
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64 Erratum 1995
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65 Erratum to “Prostaglandins and cyclooxygenases in the spinal cord” [Progress in Neurobiology 64 (2001) 327–363] Vanegas, Horacio
2001
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66 Expression, control, and probable functional significance of the neuronal theta-rhythm Vinogradova, O.S.
1995
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67 First one in, last one out: the role of GABAergic transmission in generation and degeneration Davies, Peter
1998
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68 From cells to circuits: development of the zebrafish spinal cord Lewis, Katharine E
2003
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69 Functional and pharmacological properties of human neocortical neurons maintained in vitro Avoli, Massimo
1996
149-150 6 p. 519-554
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70 Functional characteristics of the midbrain periaqueductal gray Behbehani, Michael M.
1995
149-150 6 p. 575-605
31 p.
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71 Functional in vivo correlates of the benzodiazepine agonist-inverse agonist continuum Gardner, Colin R.
1988
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52 p.
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72 Fundamental mechanisms of visual motion detection: models, cells and functions Clifford, C.W.G
2002
149-150 6 p. 409-437
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73 Gamma-frequency oscillations: a neuronal population phenomenon, regulated by synaptic and intrinsic cellular processes, and inducing synaptic plasticity Traub, Roger D
1998
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74 Gene expression in cells of the central nervous system Takahashi, Y.
1992
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75 Glutamate, GABA and epilepsy Bradford, H.F.
1995
149-150 6 p. 477-511
35 p.
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76 Growth factors and steroid hormones: a complex interplay in the hypothalamic control of reproductive functions Melcangi, Roberto C
2002
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77 IFC 2004
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78 Index 2001
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79 Index 1999
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80 Index vol 65 2002
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81 Information processing, dimensionality reduction and reinforcement learning in the basal ganglia Bar-Gad, Izhar
2003
149-150 6 p. 439-473
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82 Insulin-like growth factor-1 and post-ischemic brain injury Guan, J
2003
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83 Intrinsic membrane properties of vertebrate vestibular neurons: Function, development and plasticity Straka, H.
2005
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84 Ion channels and the control of swimming in the Xenopus embryo Dale, N.
1997
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85 Ionic mechanisms underlying differential vulnerability to ischemia in striatal neurons Centonze, D.
2001
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86 Ion transport mechanisms in the outer hair cell of the mammalian cochlea Ikeda, Katsuhisa
1994
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87 Iron dysregulation in Alzheimer's disease: Multimodal brain permeable iron chelating drugs, possessing neuroprotective-neurorescue and amyloid precursor protein-processing regulatory activities as therapeutic agents Mandel, Silvia
2007
149-150 6 p. 348-360
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88 Lesion-induced plasticity of central neurons: sprouting of single fibres in the rat hippocampus after unilateral entorhinal cortex lesion Deller, Thomas
1997
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89 List of Previous Review Articles 2002
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90 Measuring reward with the conditioned place preference paradigm: a comprehensive review of drug effects, recent progress and new issues Tzschentke, Thomas M.
1998
149-150 6 p. 613-672
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91 Mechanism and pathogenesis of ischemia-induced neuronal damage Hara, Hideaki
1993
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92 Mechanisms of neurotransmitter release by amphetamines: A review Sulzer, David
2005
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93 Mechanisms of trafficking in axons and dendrites: implications for development and neurodegeneration Sheetz, Michael P
1998
149-150 6 p. 577-594
18 p.
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94 Modulation of oxytocin and vasopressin release at the level of the neurohypophysis Falke, N.
1991
149-150 6 p. 465-484
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95 Modulation of spontaneous quantal release of neurotransmitters in the hippocampus Bouron, Alexandre
2001
149-150 6 p. 613-635
23 p.
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96 Molecular mechanisms that underlie structural and functional changes atthe postsynaptic membrane duringsynaptic plasticity Wheal, Howard V
1998
149-150 6 p. 611-640
30 p.
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97 Molecular recognition and olfactory processing in the mammalian olfactory system Mori, Kensaku
1995
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35 p.
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98 Morphological features of the entorhinal–hippocampal connection Turner, Dennis A
1998
149-150 6 p. 537-562
26 p.
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99 Near-infrared oximetry of the brain Madsen, Per Lav
1999
149-150 6 p. 541-560
20 p.
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100 Nerve guidance: a role for bio-electric fields? McCaig, Colin D.
1988
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20 p.
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101 Neurite growth from, and neuronal survival within, cultured explants of the nervous system: A critical review of morphometric and stereological methods, and suggestions for the future Oorschot, D.E.
1991
149-150 6 p. 525-546
22 p.
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102 Neuronal nicotinic receptors: from structure to pathology Gotti, C.
2004
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103 Neuropharmacology of the histaminergic neuron system in the brain and its relationship with behavioral disorders Onodera, Kenji
1994
149-150 6 p. 685-702
18 p.
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104 Neurophysiological actions of 5-hydroxytryptamine in the vertebrate nervous system Anwyl, R.
1990
149-150 6 p. 451-468
18 p.
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105 Neurotensin and the serotonergic system Jolas, Thierry
1997
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14 p.
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106 Neurotransmitter inactivation is important for the origin of nerve system in animal early evolution: A suggestion from genomic comparison Wu, Qi
2006
149-150 6 p. 390-395
6 p.
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107 Neurotransmitters of the suprachiasmatic nucleus: Role in the regulation of circadian rhythms Reghunandanan, V.
1993
149-150 6 p. 647-655
9 p.
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108 New insights on brain stem death: From bedside to bench Chan, Julie Y.H.
2005
149-150 6 p. 396-425
30 p.
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109 N-methyl-d-aspartate channel and consciousness: from signal coincidence detection to quantum computing Freitas da Rocha, Armando
2001
149-150 6 p. 555-573
19 p.
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110 Novel tracing paradigms—genetically engineered herpesviruses as tools for mapping functional circuits within the CNS: present status and future prospects Boldogköi, Zsolt
2004
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111 Obituary 1997
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112 ON THE ROLE OF RECURRENT INHIBITORY FEEDBACK IN MOTOR CONTROL WINDHORST, U.
1996
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113 Optical recording of the rat piriform cortex activity Litaudon, Philippe
1997
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26 p.
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114 Oxidative damage and cerebral aging LeBel, Carl P.
1992
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9 p.
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115 Oxidative stress in pneumococcal meningitis: A future target for adjunctive therapy? Klein, Matthias
2006
149-150 6 p. 269-280
12 p.
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116 Pathophysiology of idiopathic dystonia: findings from genetic animal models Richter, Angelika
1998
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45 p.
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117 Patterned Purkinje cell death in the cerebellum Sarna, Justyna R
2003
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35 p.
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118 Peptides in the limbic system: Neurochemical codes for co-ordinated adaptive responses to behavioural and physiological demand Herbert, J.
1993
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119 Perception and memory in neuroscience: a conceptual analysis Bennett, M.R
2001
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120 Pharmacology of glutamate receptor antagonists in the kindling model of epilepsy Löscher, Wolfgang
1998
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21 p.
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121 Physiological pathways regulating the activity of magnocellular neurosecretory cells Leng, Gareth
1999
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31 p.
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122 Potassium currents in motoneurones McLarnon, James G.
1995
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19 p.
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123 Presence and functional significance of presynaptic ryanodine receptors Bouchard, Ron
2003
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28 p.
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124 Presynaptic inhibition in humans Stein, Richard B.
1995
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125 PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY OF DOPAMINE: THE CONTRIBUTION OF COMPARATIVE STUDIES IN INBRED STRAINS OF MICE PUGLISI-ALLEGRA, STEFANO
1997
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25 p.
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126 P2X7 receptors in the nervous system Sperlágh, Beáta
2006
149-150 6 p. 327-346
20 p.
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127 Quantitatives studies on the mammalian cerebellum Harvey, R.J.
1991
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27 p.
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128 Reactive microgliosis Streit, Wolfgang J.
1999
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19 p.
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129 Regulating expression and function of G-protein-linked receptors Karoor, Vijaya
1996
149-150 6 p. 555-568
14 p.
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130 Regulation of hippocampal synaptic plasticity by cyclic AMP-dependent protein kinases Nguyen, P.V
2003
149-150 6 p. 401-437
37 p.
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131 Regulation of neuromodulator receptor efficacy—implications for whole-neuron and synaptic plasticity Scheler, Gabriele
2004
149-150 6 p. 399-415
17 p.
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132 Regulation of oligodendrocyte development in the vertebrate CNS Miller, Robert H
2002
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17 p.
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133 Reparative mechanisms in the cerebellar cortex Carulli, Daniela
2004
149-150 6 p. 373-398
26 p.
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134 Respiratory modulation in the activity of sympathetic neurones Häbler, H.-J.
1994
149-150 6 p. 567-606
40 p.
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135 Respiratory network function in the isolated brainstem-spinal cord of newborn rats Ballanyi, Klaus
1999
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52 p.
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136 Role of the AP-1 transcription factor c-Jun in developing, adult and injured brain Raivich, Gennadij
2006
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137 Secretory and synaptic vesicle membrane proteins and their possible roles in regulated exocytosis Damer, Cynthia K.
1994
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138 Spike timing, synchronization and information processing on the sensory side of the central nervous system Lestienne, Rémy
2001
149-150 6 p. 545-591
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139 Structure and function of amyloid in Alzheimer's disease Morgan, Carlos
2004
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27 p.
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140 Synaptic connections between medullary respiratory neurons and considerations on the genesis of respiratory rhythm Ezure, Kazuhisa
1990
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141 Synaptic plasticity in the medial vestibular nuclei: role of glutamate receptors and retrograde messengers in rat brainstem slices Grassi, Silvarosa
2001
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142 Taurine in the central nervous system and the mammalian actions of taurine Huxtable, Ryan J.
1989
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143 THALAMOCORTICAL SYNAPSES CASTRO-ALAMANCOS, MANUEL A.
1997
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144 The central adaptation syndrome: Psychosocial stress as a trigger for adaptive modifications of brain structure and brain function Huether, Gerald
1996
149-150 6 p. 569-612
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145 The cholinergic system in Alzheimer's disease Kása, Peter
1997
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25 p.
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146 The concept of trophic units in the central nervous system Agnati, L.F.
1995
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147 The effects of methylmercury on the developing brain Choi, Ben H.
1989
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24 p.
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148 The effects of vestibular lesions on hippocampal function in rats Smith, Paul F.
2005
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149 The effects on the central nervous system of nitroglycerin—putative mechanisms and mediators Tassorelli, C
1999
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150 THE FIMBRIA-FORNIX/CINGULAR BUNDLE PATHWAYS: A REVIEW OF NEUROCHEMICAL AND BEHAVIOURAL APPROACHES USING LESIONS AND TRANSPLANTATION TECHNIQUES CASSEL, JEAN-CHRISTOPHE
1997
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151 The functional role of the subthalamic nucleus in cognitive and limbic circuits Temel, Yasin
2005
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152 The genetics of Alzheimer's disease Rubinsztein, David C.
1997
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153 The grasshopper, Drosophila and neuronal homology (advantages of the insect nervous system for the neuroscientist) Boyan, G.S.
1993
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154 THE HEAT SHOCK STRESS RESPONSE AFTER BRAIN LESIONS: INDUCTION OF 72 KDA HEAT SHOCK PROTEIN (CELL TYPES INVOLVED, AXONAL TRANSPORT, TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION) AND PROTEIN SYNTHESIS INHIBITION PLANAS, ANNA M.
1997
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155 The lower limb flexion reflex in humans Sandrini, Giorgio
2005
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156 The neuronal substrate of integration in the oculomotor system Fukushima, Kikuro
1992
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157 The neurotrophic activity of fibroblast growth factors Sensenbrenner, M.
1993
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158 The nucleus accumbens as a complex of functionally distinct neuronal ensembles: An integration of behavioural, electrophysiological and anatomical data Pennartz, Cyriel M.A.
1994
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159 The peripheral benzodiazepine receptor (Translocator protein 18kDa) in microglia: From pathology to imaging Venneti, Sriram
2006
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160 The physiology of brain histamine Brown, Ritchie E.
2001
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161 The pyramidal neuron of the cerebral cortex: Morphological and chemical characteristics of the synaptic inputs DeFelipe, Javier
1992
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45 p.
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162 The role of excitatory amino acids in behavioral sensitization to psychomotor stimulants Wolf, Marina E
1998
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163 The selective vulnerability of striatopallidal neurons Mitchell, I.J
1999
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164 Thixotropy in skeletal muscle and in muscle spindles: A review Proske, Uwe
1993
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165 Transgenic animals as models in the study of the neurobiological role of polyamines Kauppinen, Risto A.
1995
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166 Tremulous jaw movements in rats:a model of parkinsonian tremor Salamone, J.D.
1998
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167 Trophic effects of purines in neurons and glial cells Rathbone, Michel P.
1999
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168 Tumor necrosis factor and stroke: Role of the blood–brain barrier Pan, Weihong
2007
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169 Using reporter genes to label selected neuronal populations in transgenic mice for gene promoter, anatomical, and physiological studies Spergel, Daniel J.
2001
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170 Volume 65 Contents Index 2002
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171 Wiring of the brain by a range of guidance cues Yamamoto, Nobuhiko
2002
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172 Yin and Yang: complement activation and regulation in Alzheimer’s disease Shen, Yong
2003
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