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Volume 20, Number 8, October 2004

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A disaccharide derived from chondroitin sulphate proteoglycan promotes central nervous system repair in rats and mice
pp. 1973-1983(11)
Authors: Rolls, Asya; Avidan, Hila; Cahalon, Liora; Schori, Hadas; Bakalash, Sharon; Litvak, Vladimir; Lev, Sima; Lider, Ofer; Schwartz, Michal

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The contribution of activated phagocytes and myelin degeneration to axonal retraction/dieback following spinal cord injury
pp. 1984-1994(11)
Authors: McPhail, Lowell T.; Stirling, David P.; Tetzlaff, Wolfram; Kwiecien, Jacek M.; Ramer, Matt S.

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Recovery of bimodal locomotion in the spinal-transected salamander, Pleurodeles waltlii
pp. 1995-2007(13)
Authors: Chevallier, Stéphanie; Landry, Marc; Nagy, Frédéric; Cabelguen, Jean-Marie

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Axon-dominant localization of cell-surface cholesterol in cultured hippocampal neurons and its disappearance in Niemann–Pick type C model cells
pp. 2015-2021(7)
Authors: Tashiro, Yuichi; Yamazaki, Tsuneo; Shimada, Yukiko; Ohno-Iwashita, Yoshiko; Okamoto, Koichi

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Critical role of the C-terminal segment in the maturation and export to the cell surface of the homopentameric α7–5HT3A receptor
pp. 2022-2030(9)
Authors: Pons, S.; Sallette, J.; Bourgeois, J. P.; Taly, A.; Changeux, J. P.; Devillers-Thiéry, A.

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Bone morphogenetic proteins regulate ionotropic glutamate receptors in human retina
pp. 2031-2037(7)
Authors: Shen, Wen; Finnegan, Sarah; Lein, Pamela; Sullivan, Susan; Slaughter, Malcolm; Higgins, Dennis

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Reduction in endogenous parkin levels renders glial cells sensitive to both caspase-dependent and caspase-independent cell death
pp. 2038-2048(11)
Authors: MacCormac, Luci P.; Muqit, Miratul M. K.; Faulkes, David J.; Wood, Nicholas W.; Latchman, David S.

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12-Lipoxygenase plays a key role in cell death caused by glutathione depletion and arachidonic acid in rat oligodendrocytes
pp. 2049-2058(10)
Authors: Wang, Hong; Li, Jianrong; Follett, Pamela L.; Zhang, Yumin; Cotanche, Douglas A.; Jensen, Frances E.; Volpe, Joseph J.; Rosenberg, Paul A.

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Thyroid hormone participates in the regulation of neural stem cells and oligodendrocyte precursor cells in the central nervous system of adult rat
pp. 2059-2070(12)
Authors: M., Fernandez; S., Pirondi; M., Manservigi; L., Giardino; L., Calzà

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The β-amyloid precursor protein controls a store-operated Ca2+ entry in cortical neurons
pp. 2071-2078(8)
Authors: Bouron, Alexandre; Mbebi, Corinne; Loeffler, Jean-Philippe; De Waard, Michel

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Tyrosine hydroxylase-positive neurons intrinsic to the human striatum express the transcription factor Nurr1
pp. 2089-2095(7)
Authors: Cossette, Martine; Parent, André; Lévesque, Daniel

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Cascades of response vectors of olfactory receptor neurons in Xenopus laevis tadpoles
pp. 2111-2123(13)
Authors: Schild, Detlev; Manzini, Ivan

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Nitric oxide increases the spontaneous firing rate of rat medial vestibular nucleus neurons in vitro via a cyclic GMP-mediated PKG-independent mechanism
pp. 2124-2132(9)
Authors: Podda, Maria Vittoria; Marcocci, Maria Elena; Oggiano, Leonardo; D'Ascenzo, Marcello; Tolu, Eusebio; Palamara, Anna Teresa; Azzena, Gian Battista; Grassi, Claudio

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Unilateral cochlear ablation produces greater loss of inhibition in the contralateral inferior colliculus
pp. 2133-2140(8)
Authors: Vale, Carmen; Juíz, José M.; Moore, David R.; Sanes, Dan H.

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Multiple GABAA receptor subtypes regulate hippocampal ripple oscillations
pp. 2141-2148(8)
Authors: Ponomarenko, A. A.; Korotkova, T. M.; Sergeeva, O. A.; Haas, H. L.

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In vivo contribution of h-channels in the septal pacemaker to theta rhythm generation
pp. 2149-2158(10)
Authors: Kocsis, Bernat; Li, Shaomin

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Locomotor and oculomotor impairment associated with cerebellar dysgenesis in Zic3-deficient (Bent tail) mutant mice
pp. 2159-2167(9)
Authors: Aruga, Jun; Ogura, Hiroo; Shutoh, Fumihiro; Ogawa, Miyuki; Franke, Barbara; Nagao, Soichi; Mikoshiba, Katsuhiko

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Behavioural correlates of an altered balance between synaptic and extrasynaptic GABAAergic inhibition in a mouse model
pp. 2168-2178(11)
Authors: Sinkkonen, Saku T.; Vekovischeva, Olga Y.; Möykkynen, Tommi; Ogris, Waltraud; Sieghart, Werner; Wisden, William; Korpi, Esa R.

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The role of the magnocellular pathway in serial deployment of visual attention
pp. 2188-2192(5)
Authors: Cheng, Alicia; Eysel, Ulf T.; Vidyasagar, Trichur R.

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Modulation of premotor mirror neuron activity during observation of unpredictable grasping movements
pp. 2193-2202(10)
Authors: Gangitano, Massimo; Mottaghy, Felix M.; Pascual-Leone, Alvaro

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Adenosine A2A receptors are involved in physical dependence and place conditioning induced by THC
pp. 2203-2213(11)
Authors: Soria, Guadalupe; Castañé, Anna; Berrendero, Fernando; Ledent, Catherine; Parmentier, Marc; Maldonado, Rafael; Valverde, Olga

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Benzodiazepine impairment of perirhinal cortical plasticity and recognition memory
pp. 2214-2224(11)
Authors: Wan, H.; Warburton, E. C.; Zhu, X. O.; Koder, T. J.; Park, Y.; Aggleton, J. P.; Cho, K.; Bashir, Z. I.; Brown, M. W.

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Bimodal speech: early suppressive visual effects in human auditory cortex
pp. 2225-2234(10)
Authors: Besle, Julien; Fort, Alexandra; Delpuech, Claude; Giard, Marie-Hélène

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Astroglial processes show spontaneous motility at active synaptic terminals in situ
pp. 2235-2239(5)
Authors: Hirrlinger, Johannes; Hülsmann, Swen; Kirchhoff, Frank

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Single-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation over the frontal eye field can facilitate and inhibit saccade triggering
pp. 2240-2244(5)
Authors: Nyffeler, Thomas; Bucher, Oliver; Pflugshaupt, Tobias; von Wartburg, Roman; Wurtz, Pascal; Hess, Christian W.; Müri, René M.

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Transcranial magnetic stimulation of the human motor cortex influences the neuronal activity of subthalamic nucleus
pp. 2245-2249(5)
Authors: Strafella, Antonio P.; Vanderwerf, Ysbrand; Sadikot, Abbas F.

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