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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 100, Number 5, March 2007

Free Content Anti-homeostatic synaptic plasticity of glycine receptor function after chronic strychnine in developing cultured mouse spinal neurons
pp. 1143-1154(12)
Authors: Carrasco, M. A.; Castro, P. A.; Sepulveda, F. J.; Cuevas, M.; Tapia, J. C.; Izaurieta, P.; Zundert, B. van; Aguayo, L. G.

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Free Content NGF augments the autophosphorylation of Ret via inhibition of ubiquitin-dependent degradation
pp. 1169-1176(8)
Authors: Pierchala, Brian A.; Tsui, Cynthia C.; Milbrandt, Jeffrey; Johnson, Eugene M.

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Free Content Na+ entry via glutamate transporter activates the reverse Na+/Ca2+ exchange and triggers -induced Ca2+ release in rat cerebellar Type-1 astrocytes
pp. 1188-1202(15)
Authors: Rojas, Héctor; Colina, Claudia; Ramos, Magaly; Benaim, Gustavo; Jaffe, Erica H.; Caputo, Carlo; DiPolo, Reinaldo

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Free Content Modulation of P-glycoprotein function by sphingosine kinase-1 in brain endothelial cells
pp. 1203-1210(8)
Authors: Pilorget, Anthony; Demeule, Michel; Barakat, Stéphane; Marvaldi, Jacques; Luis, José; Béliveau, Richard

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Free Content Expression of annexin A2 in GABAergic interneurons in the normal rat brain
pp. 1211-1223(13)
Authors: Zhao, Wei-Qin; Lu, Bai

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Free Content Factors influencing cell fate in the infarct rim
pp. 1224-1233(10)
Authors: Yao, Hang; Shu, Yousheng; Wang, Juan; Brinkman, Brendan C.; Haddad, Gabriel G.

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Free Content The same γ-secretase accounts for the multiple intramembrane cleavages of APP
pp. 1234-1246(13)
Authors: Zhao, Guojun; Tan, Jianxin; Mao, Guozhang; Cui, Mei-Zhen; Xu, Xuemin

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Free Content Lovastatin attenuates nerve injury in an animal model of Guillain–Barré syndrome
pp. 1265-1277(13)
Authors: Sarkey, Jason P.; Richards, Michael P.; Stubbs, Evan B.

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Free Content Protein kinase C-δ phosphorylates Ebp1 and prevents its proteolytic degradation, enhancing cell survival
pp. 1278-1288(11)
Authors: Liu, Zhixue; Liu, Xia; Nakayama, Keiichi I.; Nakayama, Keiko; Ye, Keqiang

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Free Content Glutamate receptor activation evokes calpain-mediated degradation of Sp3 and Sp4, the prominent Sp-family transcription factors in neurons
pp. 1300-1314(15)
Authors: Mao, Xianrong; Yang, Shao-Hua; Simpkins, James W.; Barger, Steven W.

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Free Content In vivo regulation of an Aplysia glutamate transporter, ApGT1, during long-term memory formation
pp. 1315-1328(14)
Authors: Collado, Maria Sol; Lyons, Lisa C.; Levenson, Jonathan M.; Khabour, Omar; Pita-Almenar, Juan D.; Schrader, Laura; Eskin, Arnold

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Free Content Luteinizing hormone receptor mediates neuronal pregnenolone production via up-regulation of steroidogenic acute regulatory protein expression
pp. 1329-1339(11)
Authors: Liu, Tianbing; Wimalasena, Jay; Bowen, Richard L.; Atwood, Craig S.

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Free Content Adenosine and sleep deprivation promote NF-κB nuclear translocation in cholinergic basal forebrain
pp. 1351-1363(13)
Authors: Ramesh, Vijay; Thatte, Hemant S.; McCarley, Robert W.; Basheer, Radhika

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Free Content Up-regulation of plasma membrane-associated redox activities in neuronal cells lacking functional mitochondria
pp. 1364-1374(11)
Authors: Hyun, Dong-Hoon; Hunt, Nicole D.; Emerson, Scott S.; Hernandez, Joe O.; Mattson, Mark P.; Cabo, Rafael de

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Free Content Inflammation induces mitochondrial dysfunction and dopaminergic neurodegeneration in the nigrostriatal system
pp. 1375-1386(12)
Authors: Hunter, Randy L.; Dragicevic, Natasa; Seifert, Kristen; Choi, Dong Young; Liu, Mei; Kim, Hyoung-Chun; Cass, Wayne A.; Sullivan, Patrick G.; Bing, Guoying

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Free Content Neurochemical changes in Huntington R6/2 mouse striatum detected by in vivo1H NMR spectroscopy
pp. 1397-1406(10)
Authors: Tkac, Ivan; Dubinsky, Janet M.; Keene, C. Dirk; Gruetter, Rolf; Low, Walter C.

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Free Content Tumor necrosis factor alpha stimulates NMDA receptor activity in mouse cortical neurons resulting in ERK-dependent death
pp. 1407-1420(14)
Authors: Jara, Javier H.; Singh, Brij B.; Floden, Angela M.; Combs, Colin K.

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Free Content Excessive hippocampal acetylcholine levels in acetylcholinesterase-deficient mice are moderated by butyrylcholinesterase activity
pp. 1421-1429(9)
Authors: Hartmann, Joachim; Kiewert, Cornelia; Duysen, Ellen G.; Lockridge, Oksana; Greig, Nigel H.; Klein, Jochen

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Free Content Erratum
pp. 1430-1430(1)

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