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Volume 22, Number 5, September 2005

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Excessive activation of cyclic nucleotide-gated channels contributes to neuronal degeneration of photoreceptors
pp. 1013-1022(10)
Authors: Vallazza-Deschamps, Géraldine; Cia, David; Gong, Jie; Jellali, Abdeljelil; Duboc, Agnès; Forster, Valérie; Sahel, Jose A.; Tessier, Luc-Henri; Picaud, Serge

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Up-regulation of lysosomal cathepsin L and autophagy during neuronal death induced by reduced serum and potassium
pp. 1023-1031(9)
Authors: Kaasik, Allen; Rikk, Tiina; Piirsoo, Andres; Zharkovsky, Tamara; Zharkovsky, Alexander

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Apoptotic cell death progression after photothrombotic focal cerebral ischaemia: effects of the lipophilic iron chelator 2,2′-dipyridyl
pp. 1045-1056(12)
Authors: Van Hoecke, Michaël; Prigent-Tessier, Anne; Bertrand, Nathalie; Prevotat, Laurent; Marie, Christine; Beley, Alain

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Early changes in synaptic connectivity following progressive photoreceptor degeneration in RCS rats
pp. 1057-1072(16)
Authors: Cuenca, Nicolás; Pinilla, Isabel; Sauvé, Yves; Lund, Raymond

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K+ current regulates calcium-activated chloride current-induced afterdepolarization in axotomized sensory neurons
pp. 1073-1080(8)
Authors: Hilaire, Cécile; Campo, Brice; André, Sylvain; Valmier, Jean; Scamps, Frédérique

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Brain-derived neurotrophic factor induces a rapid dephosphorylation of tau protein through a PI-3Kinase signalling mechanism
pp. 1081-1089(9)
Authors: Elliott, Evan; Atlas, Roee; Lange, Aya; Ginzburg, Irith

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RSEP1 is a novel gene with functional involvement in neuropathic pain behaviour
pp. 1090-1096(7)
Authors: Wang, Xidao; Zhang, Yuqiu; Kong, Lingwei; Xie, Zhiqin; Lin, Zhixin; Guo, Ning; Strong, Judith A.; Meij, Johanna T. A.; Zhao, Zhiqi; Jing, Naihe; Yu, Lei

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Functional and molecular development of striatal fast-spiking GABAergic interneurons and their cortical inputs
pp. 1097-1108(12)
Authors: Plotkin, Joshua L.; Wu, Nanping; Chesselet, Marie-Françoise; Levine, Michael S.

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Ryanodine receptors and BK channels act as a presynaptic depressor of neurotransmission in cochlear inner hair cells
pp. 1109-1119(11)
Authors: Beurg, Maryline; Hafidi, Aziz; Skinner, Liam J.; Ruel, Jérome; Nouvian, Régis; Henaff, Morgana; Puel, Jean-Luc; Aran, Jean-Marie; Dulon, Didier

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Serotonergic regulation of calcium-activated potassium currents in rodent prefrontal cortex
pp. 1120-1126(7)
Authors: Villalobos, Claudio; Beique, Jean-Claude; Gingrich, Jay A.; Andrade, Rodrigo

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Force estimation processing as a function of the input–output relationship of the corticospinal pathway in humans
pp. 1127-1134(8)
Authors: Gelli, F.; Del Santo, F.; Mazzocchio, R.; Rossi, A.

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Induction of LTP in the human auditory cortex by sensory stimulation
pp. 1135-1140(6)
Authors: Clapp, W. C.; Kirk, I. J.; Hamm, J. P.; Shepherd, D.; Teyler, T. J.

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Expression of A-type K+ channel α subunits Kv4.2 and Kv4.3 in rat spinal lamina II excitatory interneurons and colocalization with pain-modulating molecules
pp. 1149-1157(9)
Authors: Huang, Hsin-Yi; Cheng, Jen-Kun; Shih, Yang-Hsin; Chen, Pei-Hsuan; Wang, Chin-Lin; Tsaur, Meei-Ling

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6-Hydroxydopamine-induced alterations in blood–brain barrier permeability
pp. 1158-1168(11)
Authors: Carvey, P. M.; Zhao, C. H.; Hendey, B.; Lum, H.; Trachtenberg, J.; Desai, B. S.; Snyder, J.; Zhu, Y. G.; Ling, Z. D.

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Hyperthermic reactions induced by orexin A: role of the ventromedial hypothalamus
pp. 1169-1175(7)
Authors: Monda, M.; Viggiano, An.; Viggiano, Al.; Viggiano, E.; Lanza, A.; De Luca, V.

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Temperature cycles drive Drosophila circadian oscillation in constant light that otherwise induces behavioural arrhythmicity
pp. 1176-1184(9)
Authors: Yoshii, Taishi; Heshiki, Yoshihiro; Ibuki-Ishibashi, Tadashi; Matsumoto, Akira; Tanimura, Teiichi; Tomioka, Kenji

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Modulation of motor function by stress: a novel concept of the effects of stress and corticosterone on behavior
pp. 1190-1200(11)
Authors: Metz, Gerlinde A.; Jadavji, Nafisa M.; Smith, Lori K.

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NMDA-receptor blockade by CPP impairs post-training consolidation of a rapidly acquired spatial representation in rat hippocampus
pp. 1201-1213(13)
Authors: McDonald, Robert J.; Hong, Nancy S.; Craig, Laura A.; Holahan, Matthew R.; Louis, Meira; Muller, Robert U.

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Functional MRI of facial emotion recognition deficits in schizophrenia and their electrophysiological correlates
pp. 1221-1232(12)
Authors: Johnston, Patrick J.; Stojanov, Wendy; Devir, Holly; Schall, Ulrich

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An fMRI study of causal judgments
pp. 1233-1238(6)
Authors: Satpute, Ajay B.; Fenker, Daniela B.; Waldmann, Michael R.; Tabibnia, Golnaz; Holyoak, Keith J.; Lieberman, Matthew D.

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Differential modulation in human primary and secondary somatosensory cortices during the preparatory period of self-initiated finger movement
pp. 1239-1247(9)
Authors: Wasaka, Toshiaki; Nakata, Hiroki; Akatsuka, Kosuke; Kida, Tetsuo; Inui, Koji; Kakigi, Ryusuke

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Dual tasking, gait rhythmicity, and Parkinson's disease: Which aspects of gait are attention demanding?
pp. 1248-1256(9)
Authors: Yogev, Galit; Giladi, Nir; Peretz, Chava; Springer, Shmuel; Simon, Ely S.; Hausdorff, Jeffrey M.

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Dissociable memory effects after medial thalamus lesions in the rat
pp. 1263-1263(1)
Authors: Mitchell, Anna S.; Dalrymple-Alford, John C.

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Long-term potentiation in the rat dentate gyrus is associated with enhanced Arc/Arg3.1 protein expression in spines, dendrites and glia
pp. 1264-1264(1)
Authors: Rodríguez, J. J.; Davies, H. A.; Silva, A. T.; De Souza, I. E. J.; Peddie, C. J.; Colyer, F. M.; Lancashire, C. L.; Fine, A.; Errington, M. L.; Bliss, T. V. P.; Stewart, M. G.

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