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Volume 15, Number 8, April 2002

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Expression of BCL-2 via adeno-associated virus vectors rescues thalamic neurons after visual cortex lesion in the adult rat
pp. 1271-1277(7)
Authors: Caleo, Matteo; Cenni, Maria Cristina; Costa, Mario; Menna, Elisabetta; Zentilin, Lorena; Giadrossi, Sara; Giacca, Mauro; Maffei, Lamberto

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Effect of halothane on neuronal excitation in the superficial dorsal horn of rat spinal cord slices: evidence for a presynaptic action
pp. 1278-1290(13)
Authors: Asai, Tatsuya; Kusudo, Kei; Ikeda, Hiroshi; Takenoshita, Makoto; Murase, Kazuyuki

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Adenosine depresses a Ca2+-independent step in transmitter exocytosis at frog motor nerve terminals
pp. 1291-1298(8)
Authors: Huang, Shu-Ming; Kitamura, Atsuko; Akita, Tenpei; Narita, Kazuhiko; Kuba, Kenji

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Functional glycine receptors are expressed by postnatal nestin-positive neural stem/progenitor cells
pp. 1299-1305(7)
Authors: Nguyen, Laurent; Malgrange, Brigitte; Belachew, Shibeshih; Rogister, Bernard; Rocher, Véronique; Moonen, Gustave; Rigo, Jean-Michel

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Quantification and localization of PEGylated polycyanoacrylate nanoparticles in brain and spinal cord during experimental allergic encephalomyelitis in the rat
pp. 1317-1326(10)
Authors: Calvo, Pilar; Gouritin, Bruno; Villarroya, Henri; Eclancher, Françoise; Giannavola, Claudia; Klein, Christophe; Andreux, Jean P.; Couvreur, Patrick

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Focal application of neutralizing antibodies to soluble neurotrophic factors reduces collateral axonal branching after peripheral nerve lesion
pp. 1327-1342(16)
Authors: Streppel, M.; Azzolin, N.; Dohm, S.; Guntinas-Lichius, O.; Haas, C.; Grothe, C.; Wevers, A.; Neiss, W. F.; Angelov, D. N.

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Response properties of neurons in the core of the central nucleus of the inferior colliculus of the barn owl
pp. 1343-1352(10)
Authors: Wagner, Hermann; Mazer, James A.; von Campenhausen, Mark

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Neuronal activity in the monkey motor thalamus during bicuculline-induced dystonia
pp. 1353-1362(10)
Authors: Macia, F.; Escola, L.; Guehl, D.; Michelet, Th.; Bioulac, B.; Burbaud, P.

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Influence of cue-conditioning on acquisition, maintenance and relapse of cocaine intravenous self-administration
pp. 1363-1370(8)
Authors: Deroche-Gamonet, Véronique; Piat, Frédéric; Le Moal, Michel; Piazza, Pier Vincenzo

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Neuronal populations in primary motor cortex encode bimanual arm movements
pp. 1371-1380(10)
Authors: Steinberg, O.; Donchin, O.; Gribova, A.; de Oliveira, S. Cardoso; Bergman, H.; Vaadia, E.

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Increased hypothalamic expression of prolactin in lactation: involvement in behavioural and neuroendocrine stress responses
pp. 1381-1389(9)
Authors: Torner, Luz; Toschi, Nicola; Nava, Gabriel; Clapp, Carmen; Neumann, Inga D.

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Protein kinase C-mediated translocation of secretory vesicles to plasma membrane and enhancement of neurotransmitter release from PC12 cells
pp. 1390-1394(5)
Authors: Shoji-Kasai, Yoko; Itakura, Makoto; Kataoka, Masakazu; Yamamori, Saori; Takahashi, Masami

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Frontal theta activity in humans increases with memory load in a working memory task
pp. 1395-1399(5)
Authors: Jensen, Ole; Tesche, Claudia D.

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