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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 195, Number 4, April 2009

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Evolutionary origins of the purinergic signalling system
pp. 415-447(33)
Authors: Burnstock, G.; Verkhratsky, A.

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Ascorbic acid oral treatment modifies lipolytic response and behavioural activity but not glucocorticoid metabolism in cafeteria diet-fed rats
pp. 449-457(9)
Authors: Garcia-Diaz, D. F.; Campion, J.; Milagro, F. I.; Paternain, L.; Solomon, A.; Martinez, J. A.

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Androgen replacement therapy improves function in male rat muscles independently of hypertrophy and activation of the Akt/mTOR pathway
pp. 471-482(12)
Authors: Hourdé, C.; Jagerschmidt, C.; Clément-Lacroix, P.; Vignaud, A.; Ammann, P.; Butler-Browne, G. S.; Ferry, A.

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Prolonged exposure to inhaled nitric oxide transiently modifies tubular function in healthy piglets and promotes tubular apoptosis
pp. 495-502(8)
Authors: Goździk, W.; Albert, J.; Harbut, P.; Zieliński, S.; Ryniak, S.; Lindwall, R.; Dziegiel, P.; Podhorska-Okolow, M.; Kübler, A.; Frostell, C.

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Author comment
pp. 503-503(1)
Author: Vissing, K.

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There are three major families of crystallins: misnaming of αB crystallin
pp. 503-503(1)
Authors: Sreekumar, P. G.; Kannan, R.; Hinton, D. R.

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