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Volume 35, Number 12, 1 June 2012

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Early brain repair and protection
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What does the developing brain tell us about neural diseases?
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RNA‐binding proteins involved in RNA localization and their implications in neuronal diseases
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Timing of developmental sequences in different brain structures: physiological and pathological implications
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Neonatal seizures: controversies and challenges in translating new therapies from the lab to the isolette
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An integrated approach to design novel therapeutic interventions for demyelinating disorders
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Mitochondrial sirtuins – a new therapeutic target for repair and protection in multiple sclerosis
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Cognitive dysfunction and depression in Parkinson’s disease: what can be learned from rodent models?
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AMPA receptors as drug targets in neurological disease – advantages, caveats, and future outlook
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The early contribution of cerebrovascular factors to the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s disease
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Extrusion of misfolded and aggregated proteins – a protective strategy of aging neurons?
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