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Volume 86, Number 3, August 2003

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Free Content Perspectives on the metabolic management of epilepsy through dietary reduction of glucose and elevation of ketone bodies
pp. 529-537(9)
Authors: Greene, Amanda E.; Todorova, Mariana T.; Seyfried, Thomas N.

Free Content Assessment of the relative contribution of COX-1 and COX-2 isoforms to ischemia-induced oxidative damage and neurodegeneration following transient global cerebral ischemia
pp. 545-555(11)
Authors: Candelario-Jalil, Eduardo; González-Falcón, Armando; García-Cabrera, Michel; Álvarez, Dalia; Al-Dalain, Said; Martínez, Gregorio; León, Olga Sonia; Springer, Joe E.

Free Content Obliteration of α-melanocyte-stimulating hormone derived from POMC in pituitary and brains of PC2-deficient mice
pp. 556-563(8)
Authors: Miller, Ruthellen; Aaron, Wade; Toneff, Thomas; Vishnuvardhan, Daesety; Beinfeld, Margery C.; Hook, Vivian Y. H.

Free Content Impaired fast axonal transport in neurons of the sciatic nerves from dystonia musculorum mice
pp. 564-571(8)
Authors: De Repentigny, Yves; Deschênes-Furry, Julie; Jasmin, Bernard J.; Kothary, Rashmi

Free Content Brain levels of CDK5 activator p25 are not increased in Alzheimer's or other neurodegenerative diseases with neurofibrillary tangles
pp. 572-581(10)
Authors: Tandon, Anurag; Yu, Haung; Wang, Linda; Rogaeva, Ekaterina; Sato, Christine; Chishti, M. Azhar; Kawarai, Toshitaka; Hasegawa, Hiroshi; Chen, Fusheng; Davies, Peter; Fraser, Paul E.; Westaway, David; St George-Hyslop, Peter H.

Free Content Hyperphosphorylation and aggregation of tau in mice expressing normal human tau isoforms
pp. 582-590(9)
Authors: Andorfer, Cathy; Kress, Yvonne; Espinoza, Marisol; de Silva, Rohan; Tucker, Kerry L.; Barde, Yves-Alain; Duff, Karen; Davies, Peter

Free Content Cytochrome c, released from cerebellar granule cells undergoing apoptosis or excytotoxic death, can generate protonmotive force and drive ATP synthesis in isolated mitochondria
pp. 591-604(14)
Authors: Atlante, Anna; de Bari, Lidia; Bobba, Antonella; Marra, Ersilia; Calissano, Pietro; Passarella, Salvatore

Free Content Relationship between myelin production and dopamine synthesis in the PKU mouse brain
pp. 615-626(12)
Authors: Joseph, Bernadin; Dyer, Charissa A.

Free Content Evaluation of blood–brain barrier thiamine efflux using the in situ rat brain perfusion method
pp. 627-634(8)
Authors: Lockman, P. R.; Mumper, R. J.; Allen, D. D.

Free Content Neuropeptide Y is neuroproliferative for post-natal hippocampal precursor cells
pp. 646-659(14)
Authors: Howell, Owain W.; Scharfman, Helen E.; Herzog, Herbert; Sundstrom, Lars E.; Beck-Sickinger, Annette; Gray, William P.

Free Content NT-4 protein is localized in neuronal cells in the brain stem as well as the dorsal root ganglion of embryonic and adult rats
pp. 660-668(9)
Authors: Katoh-Semba, Ritsuko; Ichisaka, Satoshi; Hata, Yoshio; Tsumoto, Tadaharu; Eguchi, Kazuyo; Miyazaki, Noriko; Matsuda, Motoko; Takeuchi, Ikuo K.; Kato, Kanefusa

Free Content Localization of the RNA-binding proteins Staufen1 and Staufen2 at the mammalian neuromuscular junction
pp. 669-677(9)
Authors: Bélanger, Guy; Stocksley, Mark A.; Vandromme, Marie; Schaeffer, Laurent; Furic, Luc; DesGroseillers, Luc; Jasmin, Bernard J.

Free Content Na+ stimulates binding of dopamine to the dopamine transporter in cells but not in cell-free preparations
pp. 678-686(9)
Authors: Chen, Nianhang; Rickey, Judy; Reith, Maarten E. A.

Free Content Epileptiform activity in hippocampal slice cultures exposed chronically to bicuculline: increased gap junctional function and expression
pp. 687-699(13)
Authors: Samoilova, Marina; Li, Jianxue; Pelletier, Marc R.; Wentlandt, Kirsten; Adamchik, Yana; Naus, Christian C.; Carlen, Peter L.

Free Content Chronic ethanol consumption enhances internalization of α1 subunit-containing GABAA receptors in cerebral cortex
pp. 700-708(9)
Authors: Kumar, S.; Kralic, J. E.; O'Buckley, T. K.; Grobin, A. C.; Morrow, A. L.

Free Content Hypothalamic ependymal-glial cells express the glucose transporter GLUT2, a protein involved in glucose sensing
pp. 709-724(16)
Authors: García, María de los Angeles; Millán, Carola; Balmaceda-Aguilera, Carolina; Castro, Tamara; Pastor, Patricia; Montecinos, Hernán; Reinicke, Karin; Zúñiga, Felipe; Vera, Juan Carlos; Oñate, Sergio A.; Nualart, Francisco

Free Content Molecular and functional characterization of an octopamine receptor from honeybee (Apis mellifera) brain
pp. 725-735(11)
Authors: Grohmann, Lore; Blenau, Wolfgang; Erber, Joachim; Ebert, Paul R.; Strünker, Timo; Baumann, Arnd

Free Content Repeated variable prenatal stress alters pre- and postsynaptic gene expression in the rat frontal pole
pp. 736-748(13)
Authors: Kinnunen, Anu K.; Koenig, James I.; Bilbe, Graeme

Free Content A palmitoylated RING finger ubiquitin ligase and its homologue in the brain membranes
pp. 749-762(14)
Authors: Araki, Kazuaki; Kawamura, Meiko; Suzuki, Toshiaki; Matsuda, Noriyuki; Kanbe, Daiji; Ishii, Kyoko; Ichikawa, Tomio; Kumanishi, Toshiro; Chiba, Tomoki; Tanaka, Keiji; Nawa, Hiroyuki

Free Content Neuronal HuD gene encoding a mRNA stability regulator is transcriptionally repressed by thyroid hormone
pp. 763-773(11)
Authors: Cuadrado, Ana; Navarro-Yubero, Cristina; Furneaux, Henry; Muñoz, Alberto

Free Content Regulation of noradrenergic function by inflammatory cytokines and depolarization
pp. 774-783(10)
Authors: Li, Wei; Knowlton, David; Woodward, William R.; Habecker, Beth A.

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