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Volume 18, Number 9, November 2003

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Developmental elimination of ectopic projection sites for the transgenic OR gene that has lost zone specificity in the olfactory epithelium
pp. 2425-2432(8)
Authors: Nakatani, Hiroko; Serizawa, Shou; Nakajima, Miho; Imai, Takeshi; Sakano, Hitoshi

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A quantitative and morphological study of projection neurons in lamina I of the rat lumbar spinal cord
pp. 2433-2448(16)
Authors: Spike, R. C.; Puskár, Z.; Andrew, D.; Todd, A. J.

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Scrg1, a novel protein of the CNS is targeted to the large dense-core vesicles in neuronal cells
pp. 2449-2459(11)
Authors: Dandoy-Dron, Françoise; Griffond, Bernadette; Mishal, Zohar; Tovey, Michael G.; Dron, Michel

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Effect of NT-4 and BDNF delivery to damaged sciatic nerves on phenotypic recovery of fast and slow muscles fibres
pp. 2460-2466(7)
Authors: Simon, Magda; Porter, Rebecca; Brown, Robert; Coulton, Gary R.; Terenghi, Giorgio

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BDNF sensitizes the response of lamina II neurons to high threshold primary afferent inputs
pp. 2467-2476(10)
Authors: Garraway, Sandra M.; Petruska, Jeffrey C.; Mendell, Lorne M.

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Insulin induces cobalt uptake in a subpopulation of rat cultured primary sensory neurons
pp. 2477-2486(10)
Authors: Sathianathan, Vivian; Avelino, António; Charrua, Ana; Santha, Peter; Matesz, Klara; Cruz, Francisco; Nagy, Istvan

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Ectopic activity in cutaneous regenerating afferent nerve fibers following nerve lesion in the rat
pp. 2487-2497(11)
Authors: Gorodetskaya, Natalia; Constantin, Cristina; Jänig, Wilfrid

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Direct evidence for the up-regulation of spinal µ-opioid receptor function after repeated stimulation of κ-opioid receptors in the mouse
pp. 2498-2504(7)
Authors: Narita, Minoru; Khotib, Junaidi; Mizoguchi, Hirokazu; Suzuki, Masami; Ozaki, Satoru; Yajima, Yoshinori; Tseng, Leon F.; Suzuki, Tsutomu

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Estradiol modulates acetylcholine-induced Ca2+ signals in LHRH-releasing GT1-7 cells through a membrane binding site
pp. 2505-2514(10)
Authors: Morales, Araceli; Díaz, Mario; Ropero, Ana B.; Nadal, Angel; Alonso, Rafael

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Potentiation of evoked calcitonin gene-related peptide release from oral mucosa: a potential basis for the pro-inflammatory effects of nicotine
pp. 2515-2526(12)
Authors: Dussor, Gregory O.; Leong, Anthony S.; Gracia, Nicholas B.; Kilo, Sonja; Price, Theodore J.; Hargreaves, Kenneth M.; Flores, Christopher M.

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Decreased iNOS synthesis mediates dexamethasone-induced protection of neurons from inflammatory injury in vitro
pp. 2527-2537(11)
Authors: Golde, Sabine; Coles, Alasdair; Lindquist, Jonathan A.; Compston, Alastair

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Erythropoietin protects the in vitro blood–brain barrier against VEGF-induced permeability
pp. 2538-2544(7)
Authors: Martínez-Estrada, Ofelia María; Rodríguez-Millán, Elisabeth; González-de Vicente, Esther; Reina, Manuel; Vilaró, Senén; Fabre, Myriam

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The role of nitric oxide in morphine dependence and withdrawal excitation of rat oxytocin neurons
pp. 2545-2551(7)
Authors: Bull, Philip M.; Ludwig, Mike; Blackburn-Munro, Gordon J.; Delgado-Cohen, Helena; Brown, Colin H.; Russell, John A.

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Dopamine depresses cholinergic oscillatory network activity in rat hippocampus
pp. 2573-2580(8)
Authors: Weiss, Torsten; Veh, Rüdiger W.; Heinemann, Uwe

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Restricted daily consumption of a highly palatable food (chocolate Ensure®) alters striatal enkephalin gene expression
pp. 2592-2598(7)
Authors: Kelley, A. E.; Will, M. J.; Steininger, T. L.; Zhang, M.; Haber, S. N.

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Blockade of noradrenergic receptors in the basolateral amygdala impairs taste memory
pp. 2605-2610(6)
Authors: Miranda, M. I.; LaLumiere, R. T.; Buen, T. V.; Bermudez-Rattoni, F.; McGaugh, J. L.

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REM sleep enhancement induced by different procedures improves memory retention in rats
pp. 2611-2617(7)
Authors: Wetzel, Wolfram; Wagner, Thomas; Balschun, Detlef

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Neural architecture of choice behaviour in a concurrent interval schedule
pp. 2627-2637(11)
Authors: Kalenscher, Tobias; Diekamp, Bettina; Güntürkün, Onur

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Complexity and temporal dynamics of frequency coding in the awake rat auditory cortex
pp. 2638-2652(15)
Authors: Gaese, Bernhard H.; Ostwald, Joachim

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Catecholamine-independent transient expression of tyrosine hydroxylase in primary auditory neurons is coincident with the onset of hearing in the rat cochlea
pp. 2653-2662(10)
Authors: Trigueiros-Cunha, Nuno; Renard, Nicole; Humbert, Ghislaine; Tavares, Maria Amélia; Eybalin, Michel

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Retrosplenial cortex (BA 29/30) hypometabolism in mild cognitive impairment (prodromal Alzheimer's disease)
pp. 2663-2667(5)
Authors: Nestor, P. J.; Fryer, T. D.; Ikeda, M.; Hodges, J. R.

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Tyrosinase gene expression is not detected in mouse brain outside the retinal pigment epithelium cells
pp. 2673-2676(4)
Authors: Giménez, Estela; Lavado, Alfonso; Giraldo, Patricia; Montoliu, Lluís

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