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Volume 103, Number 5, December 2007

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Free Content G protein-coupled receptor oligomerization provides the framework for signal discrimination
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Free Content Combinatorial co-expression of pheromone receptors, V2Rs
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Free Content Primary human astrocytes produce 24(S),25-epoxycholesterol with implications for brain cholesterol homeostasis
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Free Content Molecular characterization of the ligand binding site of the human galanin receptor type 2, identifying subtype selective interactions
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Free Content Reorganization of prion protein membrane environment during low potassium-induced apoptosis in primary rat cerebellar neurons
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Free Content Chronic exposure to sub-lethal beta-amyloid (Aβ) inhibits the import of nuclear-encoded proteins to mitochondria in differentiated PC12 cells*
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