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Differential loss and preservation of glutamate receptor function in bipolar cells in the rd10 mouse model of retinitis pigmentosa
pp. 1533-1542(10)
Authors: Puthussery, Theresa; Gayet-Primo, Jacqueline; Pandey, Shilpi; Duvoisin, Robert M.; Taylor, W. Rowland

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The patterns of spontaneous Ca2+ signals generated by ventral spinal neurons in vitro show time-dependent refinement
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Authors: Sibilla, Sara; Fabbro, Alessandra; Grandolfo, Micaela; D’Andrea, Paola; Nistri, Andrea; Ballerini, Laura

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Morphological regionalization using fetal magnetic resonance images of normal developing brains
pp. 1560-1567(8)
Authors: Hu, Hui-Hsin; Guo, Wan-Yuo; Chen, Hui-Yun; Wang, Po-Shan; Hung, Chih-I; Hsieh, Jen-Chuen; Wu, Yu-Te

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TRPA1-mediated responses in trigeminal sensory neurons: interaction between TRPA1 and TRPV1
pp. 1568-1578(11)
Authors: Salas, Margaux M.; Hargreaves, Kenneth M.; Akopian, Armen N.

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Substance P and cocaine employ convergent mechanisms to depress excitatory synaptic transmission in the rat nucleus accumbens in vitro
pp. 1579-1587(9)
Authors: Kombian, Samuel B.; Ananthalakshmi, Kethireddy V. V.; Zidichouski, Jeffrey A.; Saleh, Tarek M.

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α2 Nicotine receptors function as a molecular switch to continuously excite a subset of interneurons in rat hippocampal circuits
pp. 1588-1603(16)
Authors: Jia, Yousheng; Yamazaki, Yoshihiko; Nakauchi, Sakura; Sumikawa, Katumi

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Serotonin excites fast-spiking interneurons in the striatum
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Authors: Blomeley, Craig P.; Bracci, Enrico

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New electrophysiological mapping combined with MRI in parkinsonian’s subthalamic region
pp. 1627-1633(7)
Authors: Coste, J.; Ouchchane, L.; Sarry, L.; Derost, P.; Durif, F.; Gabrillargues, J.; Hemm, S.; Lemaire, J. J.

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Inter-hemispheric inhibition is impaired in mirror dystonia
pp. 1634-1640(7)
Authors: Beck, S.; Shamim, E. A.; Pirio Richardson, S.; Schubert, M.; Hallett, M.

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Critical role of insular cortex in taste but not odour aversion memory
pp. 1654-1662(9)
Authors: Bertrand, Desgranges; Yannick, Sevelinges; Mathilde, Bonnefond; Frédéric, Lévy; Nadine, Ravel; Guillaume, Ferreira

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Postnatal lesion evidence against a primary role for the corpus callosum in mouse sociability
pp. 1663-1677(15)
Authors: Yang, Mu; Clarke, Andrew M.; Crawley, Jacqueline N.

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Comparing the role of the anterior cingulate cortex and 6-hydroxydopamine nucleus accumbens lesions on operant effort-based decision making
pp. 1678-1691(14)
Authors: Walton, Mark E.; Groves, James; Jennings, Katie A.; Croxson, Paula L.; Sharp, Trevor; Rushworth, Matthew F. S.; Bannerman, David M.

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Post-training excitotoxic lesions of the dorsal hippocampus attenuate generalization in auditory delay fear conditioning
pp. 1692-1700(9)
Authors: Quinn, Jennifer J.; Wied, Heather M.; Liu, Dorothy; Fanselow, Michael S.

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The neurophysiology of bi-directional synesthesia (Commentary on Gebuis et al.)
pp. 1701-1702(2)
Authors: Shalgi, Shani; Foxe, John J.

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Multiple dimensions in bi-directional synesthesia
pp. 1703-1710(8)
Authors: Gebuis, Titia; Nijboer, Tanja C. W.; Van der Smagt, Maarten J.

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Cholinergic optimization of cue-evoked parietal activity during challenged attentional performance
pp. 1711-1722(12)
Authors: Broussard, John I.; Karelina, Kate; Sarter, Martin; Givens, Ben

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Learning to filter out visual distractors
pp. 1723-1731(9)
Authors: Gál, Viktor; Kozák, Lajos R.; Kóbor, István; Bankó, Éva M.; Serences, John T.; Vidnyánszky, Zoltán

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Neuronal substrates of gaze following in monkeys
pp. 1732-1738(7)
Authors: Kamphuis, Simone; Dicke, Peter W.; Thier, Peter

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