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Volume 30, Number 11, December 2009

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Maintenance of the relative proportion of oligodendrocytes to axons even in the absence of BAX and BAK
pp. 2030-2041(12)
Authors: Kawai, Kumi; Itoh, Takayuki; Itoh, Aki; Horiuchi, Makoto; Wakayama, Kouji; Bannerman, Peter; Garbern, James Y.; Pleasure, David; Lindsten, Tullia

Activity-driven mobilization of post-synaptic proteins
pp. 2042-2052(11)
Authors: Gutiérrez, R. Carolina; Flynn, Robyn; Hung, Johanna; Kertesz, Audrey C.; Sullivan, Andrea; Zamponi, Gerald W.; El-Husseini, Alaa; Colicos, Michael A.

Parvalbumin-containing neurons, perineuronal nets and experience-dependent plasticity in murine barrel cortex
pp. 2053-2063(11)
Authors: Nowicka, Dorota; Soulsby, Susan; Skangiel-Kramska, Jolanta; Glazewski, Stanislaw

Engineering neuronal nicotinic acetylcholine receptors with functional sensitivity to α-bungarotoxin: a novel α3-knock-in mouse
pp. 2064-2076(13)
Authors: Caffery, Philip M.; Krishnaswamy, Arjun; Sanders, Tanya; Liu, Jing; Hartlaub, Hilary; Klysik, Jan; Cooper, Ellis; Hawrot, Edward

Short-term synaptic plasticity at the main and vomeronasal olfactory receptor to mitral cell synapse in frog
pp. 2077-2088(12)
Authors: Delaney, K. R.; Qnais, E. Y.; Hardy, A. B.

Extinction of cued fear memory involves a distinct form of depotentiation at cortical input synapses onto the lateral amygdala
pp. 2089-2099(11)
Authors: Hong, Ingie; Song, Beomjong; Lee, Sukwon; Kim, Jihye; Kim, Jeongyeon; Choi, Sukwoo

Long-term synaptic plasticity is impaired in rats with lesions of the ventrolateral preoptic nucleus
pp. 2112-2120(9)
Authors: Arrigoni, Elda; Lu, Jun; Vetrivelan, Ramalingam; Saper, Clifford B.

Embryonic striatal grafts restore bi-directional synaptic plasticity in a rodent model of Huntington’s disease
pp. 2134-2142(9)
Authors: Mazzocchi-Jones, David; Döbrössy, Máté; Dunnett, Stephen B.

Magnetic resonance spectroscopy of regional brain metabolite markers in FALS mice and the effects of dietary creatine supplementation
pp. 2143-2150(8)
Authors: Choi, Ji-Kyung; Küstermann, Ekkehard; Dedeoglu, Alpaslan; Jenkins, Bruce G.

Dopamine–oxytocin interactions in penile erection
pp. 2151-2164(14)
Authors: Baskerville, T. A.; Allard, J.; Wayman, C.; Douglas, A. J.

Neural correlates of conflict resolution between automatic and volitional actions by basal ganglia
pp. 2165-2176(12)
Authors: Watanabe, Masayuki; Munoz, Douglas P.

The role of the hippocampus in mnemonic integration and retrieval: complementary evidence from lesion and inactivation studies
pp. 2177-2189(13)
Authors: Iordanova, M. D.; Burnett, D. J.; Aggleton, J. P.; Good, M.; Honey, R. C.

Role of polysialylated neural cell adhesion molecule in rapid eye movement sleep regulation in rats
pp. 2190-2204(15)
Authors: Black, Michelle A.; Deurveilher, Samüel; Seki, Tatsunori; Marsh, Daniel R.; Rutishauser, Urs; Rafuse, Victor F.; Semba, Kazue

The relation of ventromedial prefrontal cortex activity and heart rate fluctuations at rest
pp. 2205-2210(6)
Authors: Ziegler, Gabriel; Dahnke, Robert; Yeragani, Vikram K.; Bär, Karl-Jürgen

The strength of anticipatory spatial biasing predicts target discrimination at attended locations: a high-density EEG study
pp. 2224-2234(11)
Authors: Kelly, Simon P.; Gomez-Ramirez, Manuel; Foxe, John J.

Neurotoxic catecholamine metabolite in nociceptors contributes to painful peripheral neuropathy
pp. 2235-2235(1)
Authors: Dina, Olayinka A.; Khasar, Sachia G.; Alessandri-Haber, Nicole; Bogen, Oliver; Chen, Xiaojie; Green, Paul G.; Reichling, David B.; Messing, Robert O.; Levine, Jon D.

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