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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 10, Number 5, 1 May 1998

Editorial Board
pp. i-i(1)

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Characterization of a directional selective inhibitory input from the medial terminal nucleus to the pretectal nuclear complex in the rat
pp. 1533-1543(11)
Authors: Schmidt, Matthias; Van Der Togt, Chris; Wahle, Petra; Hoffmann, Klaus‐Peter

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UV‐sensitive input to horizontal cells in the turtle retina
pp. 1544-1552(9)
Authors: Ammermüller, J.; Itzhaki, A.; Weiler, R.; Perlman, I.

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The NMDA receptor subunit NR2B of neonatal rat brain: complex formation and enrichment in axonal growth cones
pp. 1553-1562(10)
Authors: Herkert, Matthias; Röttger, Sabine; Becker, Cord‐Michael

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The constructive nature of vision: direct evidence from functional magnetic resonance imaging studies of apparent motion and motion imagery
pp. 1563-1573(11)
Authors: Goebel, Rainer; Khorram‐Sefat, Darius; Muckli, Lars; Hacker, Hans; Singer, Wolf

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Eph receptor–ligand interactions are necessary for guidance of retinal ganglion cell axons in vitro
pp. 1574-1580(7)
Authors: Ciossek, Thomas; Monschau, Bruno; Kremoser, Claus; Löschinger, Jürgen; Lang, Susanne; Müller, Bernhard K.; Bonhoeffer, Friedrich; Drescher, Uwe

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Changes in the expression of protease‐activated receptor 1 and protease nexin‐1 mRNA during rat nervous system development and after nerve lesion
pp. 1590-1607(18)
Authors: Niclou, Simone P.; Suidan, Hana S.; Pavlik, Alfred; Vejsada, Richard; Monard, Denis

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Locomotor‐like movements evoked by leg muscle vibration in humans
pp. 1608-1612(5)
Authors: Gurfinkel, V. S.; Levik, Yu. S.; Kazennikov, O. V.; Selionov, V. A.

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Microglial NO induces delayed neuronal death following acute injury in the striatum
pp. 1613-1620(8)
Authors: Takeuchi, Akihide; Isobe, Ken‐ichi; Miyaishi, Osamu; Sawada, Makoto; Fan, Zou‐Heng; Nakashima, Izumi; Kiuchi, Kazutoshi

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Transcripts for secreted and GPI‐anchored brevican are differentially distributed in rat brain
pp. 1621-1630(10)
Authors: Seidenbecher, Constanze I.; Gundelfinger, Eckart D.; Böckers, Tobias M.; Trotter, Jacqueline; Kreutz, Michael R.

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Accumulation of acetylcholine receptors is a necessary condition for normal accumulation of acetylcholinesterase during in vitro neuromuscular synaptogenesis
pp. 1631-1643(13)
Authors: De, S.; Porte, La; Chaubourt, E.; Fabre, F.; Poulas, K.; Chapron, J.; Eymard, B.; Tzartos, S.; Koenig, J.

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Study of subcellular localization of membrane‐bound choline acetyltransferase in Drosophila central nervous system and its association with membranes
pp. 1644-1653(10)
Authors: Pahud, Gabrielle; Salem, Natalie; Van De Goor, Jana; Medilanski, Jana; Pellegrinelli, Nathalie; Eder‐Colli, Lorenza

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G‐proteins and G‐protein subunits mediating cholinergic inhibition of N‐type calcium currents in sympathetic neurons
pp. 1654-1666(13)
Authors: Delmas, Patrick; Abogadie, Fe C.; Dayrell, Mariza; Haley, Jane E.; Milligan, Graeme; Caulfield, Malcolm P.; Brown, David A.; Buckley, Noel J.

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Differential regulation of FAK+ and PYK2/Cakβ, two related tyrosine kinases, in rat hippocampal slices: effects of LPA, carbachol, depolarization and hyperosmolarity
pp. 1667-1675(9)
Authors: Derkinderen, Pascal; Siciliano, Julio; Toutant, Madeleine; Girault, Jean‐Antoine

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Coexpression of dopamine D1 and D3 receptors in islands of Calleja and shell of nucleus accumbens of the rat: opposite and synergistic functional interactions
pp. 1676-1686(11)
Authors: Ridray, Sophie; Griffon, Nathalie; Mignon, Virginie; Souil, Evelyne; Carboni, Suzanna; Diaz, Jorge; Schwartz, Jean‐Charles; Sokoloff, Pierre

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Glutamate receptor subunits GluR1 and GluR2/3 distribution shows reorganization in the human epileptogenic hippocampus
pp. 1687-1703(17)
Authors: De Lanerolle, Nihal C.; Eid, Tore; Von Campe, Gord; Kovacs, Ilona; Spencer, Dennis D.; Brines, Michael

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Developmental changes in localization of NMDA receptor subunits in primary cultures of cortical neurons
pp. 1704-1715(12)
Authors: Li, Jin Hong; Wang, Yue Hua; Wolfe, Barry B.; Krueger, Karl. E.; Corsi, Lorenzo; Stocca, Gabriella; Vicini, Stefano

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Evidence for a striatal NMDA receptor modulation of nigral glutamate release. A dual probe microdialysis study in the awake freely moving rat
pp. 1716-1722(7)
Authors: Morari, Michele; Sbrenna, Simone; Marti, Matteo; O'Connor, William T.; Bianchi, Clementina; Fuxe, Kjell; Beani, Lorenzo

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Inhibition of ischaemic hippocampal neuronal death in primates with cathepsin B inhibitor CA‐074: a novel strategy for neuroprotection based on ‘calpain–cathepsin hypothesis’
pp. 1723-1733(11)
Authors: Yamashima, Tetsumori; Kohda, Yukihiko; Tsuchiya, Katsuhiro; Ueno, Takashi; Yamashita, Junkoh; Yoshioka, Tohru; Kominami, Eiki

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Vasoactive intestinal peptide shortens both G1 and S phases of neural cell cycle in whole postimplantation cultured mouse embryos
pp. 1734-1742(9)
Authors: Gressens, Pierre; Paindaveine, Bénédicte; Hill, Joanna M.; Evrard, Philippe; Brenneman, Douglas E.

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Induction of neurosteroid synthesis by NMDA receptors in isolated rat retina: a potential early event in excitotoxicity
pp. 1752-1763(12)
Authors: Guarneri, P.; Russo, D.; Cascio, C.; De Leo, G.; Piccoli, F.; Guarneri, R.

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Direct evidence of cubic difference tone propagation by intracochlear acoustic pressure measurements in the guinea‐pig
pp. 1764-1770(7)
Authors: Avan, Paul; Magnan, Pascal; Smurzynski, Jacek; Probst, Rudolf; Dancer, Armand

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Initially expressed early rat embryonic GABAA receptor Cl– ion channels exhibit heterogeneous channel properties
pp. 1771-1783(13)
Authors: Serafini, Ruggero; Ma, Wu; Maric, Dragan; Maric, Irina; Lahjouji, Fatiha; Sieghart, Werner; Barker, Jeffery L.

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Enkephalin‐containing interneurons are specialized to innervate other interneurons in the hippocampal CA1 region of the rat and guinea‐pig
pp. 1784-1795(12)
Authors: Blasco‐Ibáñez, J. M.; Martínez‐Guijarro, F. J.; Freund, T. F.

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Functional Ca2+ and Na+ channels on mouse Schwann cells cultured in serum‐free medium: regulation by a diffusible factor from neurons and by cAMP
pp. 1796-1809(14)
Authors: Beaudu‐Lange, Claire; Despeyroux, Sophie; Marcaggi, Païkan; Coles, Jonathan A.; Amédée, Thierry

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Antagonists‐resistant calcium currents in rat embryo motoneurons
pp. 1810-1825(16)
Authors: Magnelli, Valeria; Baldelli, Pietro; Carbone, Emilio

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Spectral characteristics of sleep EEG in chronic insomnia
pp. 1826-1834(9)
Authors: Merica, H.; Blois, R.; Gaillard, J. ‐M.

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The expression of Huntingtin‐associated protein (HAP1) mRNA in developing, adult and ageing rat CNS: implications for Huntington's disease neuropathology
pp. 1835-1845(11)
Authors: Page, Keith J.; Potter, Laurence; Aronni, Silvia; Everitt, Barry J.; Dunnett, Stephen B.

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Local nitric oxide synthase activity in a model of neuropathic pain
pp. 1846-1855(10)
Authors: Levy, Dan; Zochodne, Douglas. W.

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The response of cat visual cortex to flicker stimuli of variable frequency
pp. 1856-1877(22)
Authors: Rager, Günter; Singer, Wolf

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Melanocortin receptors and δ‐opioid receptor mediate opposite signalling actions of POMC‐derived peptides in CATH.a cells
pp. 1885-1894(10)
Authors: René, Frédérique; Muller, André; Jover, Emmanuel; Kieffer, Brigitte; Koch, Bernard; Loeffler, Jean‐Philippe

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NMDA‐induced superoxide production and neurotoxicity in cultured rat hippocampal neurons: role of mitochondria
pp. 1903-1910(8)
Authors: Sengpiel, Bernd; Preis, Elke; Krieglstein, Josef; Prehn, Jochen H. M.

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Identification and characterization of a novel member of the fibroblast growth factor family
pp. 1911-1925(15)
Authors: Greene, J. M.; Li, Y. L.; Yourey, P. A.; Gruber, J.; Carter, K. C.; Shell, B. K.; Dillon, P. A.; Florence, C.; Duan, D. R.; Blunt, A.; Ornitz, D. M.; Ruben, S. M.; Alderson, R. F.

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Hyperpolarization induces a rise in intracellular sodium concentration in dopamine cells of the substantia nigra pars compacta
pp. 1926-1929(4)
Authors: Knöpfel, T.; Guatteo, E.; Bernardi, G.; Mercuri, N. B.

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Errata
pp. 1936-1936(1)

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