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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 84, Number 3, February 2003

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Free Content Peripheral benzodiazepine receptors: on mice and human brain imaging
pp. 432-437(6)
Authors: Weissman, Ben Avi; Raveh, Lily

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Free Content Dose-dependent protective effect of selenium in rat model of Parkinson's disease: neurobehavioral and neurochemical evidences
pp. 438-446(9)
Authors: Zafar, Khan Shoeb; Siddiqui, Almas; Sayeed, Iqbal; Ahmad, Muzamil; Salim, Sofian; Islam, Fakhrul

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Free Content Synaptic activity induces signalling to CREB without increasing global levels of cAMP in hippocampal neurons
pp. 447-452(6)
Authors: Pokorska, Anna; Vanhoutte, Peter; Arnold, Fiona J. L.; Silvagno, Francesca; Hardingham, Giles E.; Bading, Hilmar

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Free Content Histamine activates tyrosine hydroxylase in bovine adrenal chromaffin cells through a pathway that involves ERK1/2 but not p38 or JNK
pp. 453-458(6)
Authors: Cammarota, Martín; Bevilaqua, Lia R. M.; Rostas, John A. P.; Dunkley, Peter R.

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Free Content Level of haem oxygenase does not obligatorily reflect the sensitivity of PC12 cells to an oxidative shock induced by glutathione depletion
pp. 459-470(12)
Authors: Leon, Albertine; Le Foll, Isabelle; Charriault-Marlangue, Christiane; Leprince, Jérome; Vaudry, Hubert; Gabriel, Cécilia; Duval, Dominique

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Free Content Cholesterol is necessary both for the toxic effect of Aβ peptides on vascular smooth muscle cells and for Aβ binding to vascular smooth muscle cell membranes
pp. 471-479(9)
Authors: Subasinghe, Supundi; Unabia, Sharon; Barrow, Colin J.; Mok, Su San; Aguilar, Marie-Isabel; Small, David H.

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Free Content Tethering the N-terminus of the prion protein compromises the cellular response to oxidative stress
pp. 480-490(11)
Authors: Zeng, Fanning; Watt, Nicole T.; Walmsley, Adrian R.; Hooper, Nigel M.

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Free Content Chronic systemic complex I inhibition induces a hypokinetic multisystem degeneration in rats
pp. 491-502(12)
Authors: Höglinger, Günter U.; Féger, Jean; Prigent, Annick; Michel, Patrick P.; Parain, Karine; Champy, Pierre; Ruberg, Merle; Oertel, Wolfgang H.; Hirsch, Etienne C.

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Free Content Rac and Cdc42-dependent regulation of c-Jun N-terminal kinases by the δ-opioid receptor
pp. 503-513(11)
Authors: Kam, Angel Y. F.; Chan, Anthony S. L.; Wong, Yung H.

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Free Content Alterations in inducible 72-kDa heat shock protein and the chaperone cofactor BAG-1 in human brain after head injury
pp. 514-521(8)
Authors: Seidberg, Neal A.; Clark, Robert S. B.; Zhang, Xiaopeng; Lai, Yichen; Chen, Minzhi; Graham, Steven H.; Kochanek, Patrick M.; Watkins, Simon C.; Marion, Donald W.

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Free Content The ‘glial’ glutamate transporter, EAAT2 (Glt-1) accounts for high affinity glutamate uptake into adult rodent nerve endings
pp. 522-532(11)
Authors: Suchak, Sachin K.; Baloyianni, Nicoletta V.; Perkinton, Michael S.; Williams, Robert J.; Meldrum, Brian S.; Rattray, Marcus

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Free Content The role of phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase in neural cell adhesion molecule-mediated neuronal differentiation and survival
pp. 546-556(11)
Authors: Ditlevsen, Dorte K.; Køhler, Lene B.; Pedersen, Martin V.; Risell, Michael; Kolkova, Kateryna; Meyer, Morten; Berezin, Vladimir; Bock, Elisabeth

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Free Content The immunoglobulin-superfamily molecule basigin is a binding protein for oligomannosidic carbohydrates: an anti-idiotypic approach
pp. 557-565(9)
Authors: Heller, Martin; von der Ohe, Maren; Kleene, Ralf; Mohajeri, M. Hasan; Schachner, Melitta

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Free Content Regulation of c-Jun N-terminal kinase, p38 kinase and AP-1 DNA binding in cultured brain neurons: roles in glutamate excitotoxicity and lithium neuroprotection
pp. 566-575(10)
Authors: Chen, Ren-Wu; Qin, Zheng-Hong; Ren, Ming; Kanai, Hirohiko; Chalecka-Franaszek, Elzbieta; Leeds, Peter; Chuang, De-Maw

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Free Content Activation of capsaicin-sensitive primary sensory neurones induces anandamide production and release
pp. 585-591(7)
Authors: Ahluwalia, J.; Yaqoob, Mohammed; Urban, Laszlo; Bevan, Stuart; Nagy, Istvan

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Free Content Arachidonic acid and anandamide have opposite modulatory actions at the glycine transporter, GLYT1a
pp. 592-601(10)
Authors: Pearlman, Rhonda Jo; Aubrey, Karin R.; Vandenberg, Robert J.

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Free Content Polyamine transport, accumulation, and release in brain
pp. 610-617(8)
Authors: Masuko, Takashi; Kusama-Eguchi, Kuniko; Sakata, Kaori; Kusama, Tadashi; Chaki, Shigeyuki; Okuyama, Shigeru; Williams, Keith; Kashiwagi, Keiko; Igarashi, Kazuei

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Free Content In situ imaging of specific binding of [3H]isatin in rat brain
pp. 618-620(3)
Authors: Crumeyrolle-Arias, Michèle; Medvedev, Alexei; Cardona, Ana; Barritault, Denis; Glover, Vivette

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Free Content Accumulation of 7S SNARE complexes in hippocampal synaptosomes from chronically kindled rats
pp. 621-624(4)
Authors: Matveeva, E. A.; Whiteheart, S. W.; Slevin, J. T.

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