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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 76, Number 6, March 2001

Free Content Cellular defenses against excitotoxic insults
pp. 1601-1611(11)
Author: Sapolsky, Robert M.

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Free Content Presenilin and γ-secretase: structure meets function: MINI-REVIEW
pp. 1615-1620(6)
Author: Wolfe, Michael S.

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Free Content The multiple paradoxes of presenilins: MINI REVIEW
pp. 1621-1627(7)
Author: Checler, F.

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Free Content Axonal transport of VR1 capsaicin receptor mRNA in primary afferents and its participation in inflammation-induced increase in capsaicin sensitivity
pp. 1628-1635(8)
Authors: Tohda, Chihiro; Sasaki, Miwa; Konemura, Takashi; Sasamura, Takashi; Itoh, Masayuki; Kuraishi, Yasushi

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Free Content Vitreal dihydroxyphenylacetic acid (DOPAC) as an index of retinal dopamine release
pp. 1636-1644(9)
Authors: Megaw, Pam; Morgan, Ian; Boelen, Meeuwis

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Free Content Acute and chronic effects of citalopram on postsynaptic 5-hydroxytryptamine1A receptor-mediated feedback: a microdialysis study in the amygdala
pp. 1645-1653(9)
Authors: Bosker, F. J.; Cremers, T. I. F. H.; Jongsma, M. E.; Westerink, B. H. C.; Wikström, H. V.; den Boer, J. A.

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Free Content Prion protein with an E200K mutation displays properties similar to those of the cellular isoform PrPC
pp. 1654-1662(9)
Authors: Rosenmann, H.; Talmor, G.; Halimi, M.; Yanai, A.; Gabizon, R.; Meiner, Z.

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Free Content Increased expression of NR2A subunit does not alter NMDA-evoked responses in cultured fetal trisomy 16 mouse hippocampal neurons
pp. 1663-1669(7)
Authors: Klein, Rebecca C.; Siarey, Richard J.; Caruso, Alessandra; Rapoport, Stanley I.; Castellino, Francis J.; Galdzicki, Zygmunt

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Free Content Preferential expression of antioxidant response element mediated gene expression in astrocytes
pp. 1670-1678(9)
Authors: Murphy, T. H.; Yu, J.; Ng, R.; Johnson, D. A.; Shen, H.; Honey, C. R.; Johnson, J. A.

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Free Content Characterization of the AT4 receptor in a human neuroblastoma cell line (SK-N-MC)
pp. 1679-1687(9)
Authors: Mustafa, Tomris; Chai, Siew Yeen; Mendelsohn, Frederick A. O.; Moeller, Ingrid; Albiston, Anthony L.

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Free Content Reactive oxygen species regulate signaling pathways induced by M1 muscarinic receptors in PC12M1 cells
pp. 1701-1711(11)
Authors: Mangelus, Miriam; Kroyter, Avital; Galron, Ronit; Sokolovsky, Mordechai

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Free Content Nitrogen shuttling between neurons and glial cells during glutamate synthesis
pp. 1712-1723(12)
Authors: Lieth, Erich; LaNoue, Kathryn F.; Berkich, Deborah A.; Xu, Baiyang; Ratz, Michael; Taylor, Charles; Hutson, Susan M.

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Free Content Synaptotagmin I is a molecular target for lead
pp. 1724-1735(12)
Authors: Bouton, Christopher M. L. S.; Frelin, Laurence P.; Forde, Cameron E.; Godwin, Hilary Arnold; Pevsner, Jonathan

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Free Content Characterization of the 5′ flanking region of the rat D3 dopamine receptor gene
pp. 1736-1744(9)
Authors: D'Souza, Ursula M.; Wang, Wei; Gao, Da-Qing; Kanda, Seiji; Lee, Gwang; Junn, Eunsung; Hwang, Cheol Kyu; Jose, Pedro A.; Mouradian, M. Maral

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Free Content Caspase 3 inhibition attenuates hydrogen peroxide-induced DNA fragmentation but not cell death in neuronal PC12 cells
pp. 1745-1755(11)
Authors: Jiang, Dongmei; Jha, Nandita; Boonplueang, Rapee; Andersen, Julie K.

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Free Content Differentiation induces up-regulation of plasma membrane Ca2+-ATPase and concomitant increase in Ca2+ efflux in human neuroblastoma cell line IMR-32
pp. 1756-1765(10)
Authors: Usachev, Yuriy M.; Toutenhoofd, Sonja L.; Goellner, Geoffrey M.; Strehler, Emanuel E.; Thayer, Stanley A.

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Free Content Iron, neuromelanin and ferritin content in the substantia nigra of normal subjects at different ages: consequences for iron storage and neurodegenerative processes
pp. 1766-1773(8)
Authors: Zecca, Luigi; Gallorini, Mario; Schünemann, Volker; Trautwein, Alfred X.; Gerlach, Manfred; Riederer, Peter; Vezzoni, Paolo; Tampellini, Davide

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Free Content Monoamine release by neurons of a primitive nervous system: an amperometric study
pp. 1774-1784(11)
Authors: Gillis, Marc-Antoine; Anctil, Michel

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Free Content Is Bax a mitochondrial mediator in apoptotic death of dopaminergic neurons in Parkinson's disease?
pp. 1785-1793(9)
Authors: Hartmann, Andreas; Michel, Patrick P.; Troadec, Jean-Denis; Mouatt-Prigent, Annick; Faucheux, Baptiste A.; Ruberg, Merle; Agid, Yves; Hirsch, Etienne C.

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Free Content The human δ opioid receptor activates Gi1α more efficiently than Go1α
pp. 1805-1813(9)
Authors: Moon, Hyo-Eun; Cavalli, Antonella; Bahia, Daljit S.; Hoffmann, Marcel; Massotte, Dominique; Milligan, Graeme

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Free Content Brain-derived neurotrophic factor superinduction parallels anti-epileptic−neuroprotective treatment in the pilocarpine epilepsy model
pp. 1814-1822(9)
Authors: Biagini, Giuseppe; Avoli, Massimo; Marcinkiewicz, Jadwiga; Marcinkiewicz, Mieczyslaw

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Free Content Tissue distribution and processing of proSAAS by proprotein convertases
pp. 1833-1841(9)
Authors: Sayah, M.; Fortenberry, Y.; Cameron, A.; Lindberg, I.

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Free Content Tamoxifen inhibits nitrotyrosine formation after reversible middle cerebral artery occlusion in the rat
pp. 1842-1850(9)
Authors: Osuka, Koji; Feustel, Paul J.; Mongin, Alexander A.; Tranmer, Bruce I.; Kimelberg, Harold K.

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Free Content Ca2+ changes induced by different presynaptic nicotinic receptors in separate populations of individual striatal nerve terminals
pp. 1860-1870(11)
Authors: Nayak, Sanjay V.; Dougherty, John J.; McIntosh, J. Michael; Nichols, Robert A.

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Free Content The intracellular segment of the sodium channel β1 subunit is required for its efficient association with the channel α subunit
pp. 1871-1878(8)
Authors: Meadows, Laurence; Malhotra, Jyoti Dhar; Stetzer, Alisa; Isom, Lori L.; Ragsdale, David S.

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Free Content Steroidogenic factor-1 expression in marmoset and rat hippocampus: co-localization with StAR and aromatase
pp. 1879-1886(8)
Authors: Wehrenberg, U.; Prange-Kiel, J.; Rune, G. M.

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Free Content Direct binding of β-arrestins to two distinct intracellular domains of the δ opioid receptor
pp. 1887-1894(8)
Authors: Cen, Bo; Yu, Qingming; Guo, Jun; Wu, Yalan; Ling, Kun; Cheng, Zhijie; Ma, Lan; Pei, Gang

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Free Content Neuroprotective effects of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs by direct scavenging of nitric oxide radicals
pp. 1895-1904(10)
Authors: Asanuma, Masato; Nishibayashi-Asanuma, Sakiko; Miyazaki, Ikuko; Kohno, Masahiro; Ogawa, Norio

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Free Content Peroxidative stress selectively down-regulates the neuronal stress response activated under conditions of endoplasmic reticulum dysfunction
pp. 1916-1924(9)
Authors: Paschen, Wulf; Mengesdorf, Thorsten; Althausen, Sonja; Hotop, Svenja

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Free Content Hypoxia regulates glutamate metabolism and membrane transport in rat PC12 cells
pp. 1935-1948(14)
Authors: Kobayashi, Shuichi; Millhorn, David E.

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Free Content Selective blockade of neurokinin (NK)1 receptors facilitates the activity of adrenergic pathways projecting to frontal cortex and dorsal hippocampus in rats
pp. 1949-1954(6)
Authors: Millan, Mark J.; Lejeune, Françoise; De Nanteuil, Guillaume; Gobert, Alain

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