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Volume 105, Number 5, June 2008

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Free Content Steroid-induced sexual differentiation of the developing brain: multiple pathways, one goal
pp. 1561-1572(12)
Authors: Schwarz, Jaclyn M.; McCarthy, Margaret M.

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Free Content Host-cell specific effects of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor chaperone RIC-3 revealed by a comparison of human and Drosophila RIC-3 homologues
pp. 1573-1581(9)
Authors: Lansdell, Stuart J.; Collins, Toby; Yabe, Arisa; Gee, Veronica J.; Gibb, Alasdair J.; Millar, Neil S.

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Free Content Calcineurin is involved in the early activation of NMDA-mediated cell death in mutant huntingtin knock-in striatal cells
pp. 1596-1612(17)
Authors: Xifró, Xavier; García-Martínez, Juan Manuel; del Toro, Daniel; Alberch, Jordi; Pérez-Navarro, Esther

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Free Content Molecular characterization of the injury-induced aromatase transcript in the adult zebra finch brain
pp. 1613-1624(12)
Authors: Wynne, Ryan D.; Maas, Stefan; Saldanha, Colin J.

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Free Content mGluR1 antagonist decreases tyrosine phosphorylation of NMDA receptor and attenuates infarct size after transient focal cerebral ischemia
pp. 1625-1634(10)
Authors: Murotomi, Kazutoshi; Takagi, Norio; Takayanagi, Gen; Ono, Megumi; Takeo, Satoshi; Tanonaka, Kouichi

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Free Content PKC θ activity maintains normal quantal size in chromaffin cells
pp. 1635-1641(7)
Authors: Staal, Roland G.W.; Hananiya, Anthonia; Sulzer, David

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Free Content Transient suppression of progenitor cell proliferation through NMDA receptors in hippocampal dentate gyrus of mice with traumatic stress experience
pp. 1642-1655(14)
Authors: Tamaki, Keisuke; Yamada, Kiyofumi; Nakamichi, Noritaka; Taniura, Hideo; Yoneda, Yukio

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Free Content Statins reduce neuronal α-synuclein aggregation in in vitro models of Parkinson’s disease
pp. 1656-1667(12)
Authors: Bar-On, Pazit; Crews, Leslie; Koob, Andrew O.; Mizuno, Hideya; Adame, Anthony; Spencer, Brian; Masliah, Eliezer

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Free Content Parkin protects against tyrosinase-mediated dopamine neurotoxicity by suppressing stress-activated protein kinase pathways
pp. 1700-1715(16)
Authors: Hasegawa, Takafumi; Treis, Angela; Patenge, Nadja; Fiesel, Fabienne C.; Springer, Wolfdieter; Kahle, Philipp J.

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Free Content Characterization of the striatal dopaminergic neurotransmission in MEN2B mice with elevated cerebral tissue dopamine
pp. 1716-1725(10)
Authors: Mijatovic, Jelena; Patrikainen, Outi; Yavich, Leonid; Airavaara, Mikko; Ahtee, Liisa; Saarma, Mart; Petteri Piepponen, T.

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Free Content Expression of CXCL4 in microglia in vitro and in vivo and its possible signaling through CXCR3
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Authors: de Jong, Eiko K.; de Haas, Alexander H.; Brouwer, Nieske; van Weering, Hilmar R. J.; Hensens, Marjolein; Bechmann, Ingo; Pratley, Pierre; Wesseling, Evelyn; Boddeke, Hendrikus W. G. M.; Biber, Knut

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Free Content Ischemic post-conditioning protects brain and reduces inflammation in a rat model of focal cerebral ischemia/reperfusion
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Authors: Xing, Bianzhi; Chen, Hui; Zhang, Min; Zhao, Dongming; Jiang, Rui; Liu, Xiuheng; Zhang, Suming

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Free Content Developmentally regulated alternative splicing of densin modulates protein–protein interaction and subcellular localization
pp. 1746-1760(15)
Authors: Jiao, Yuxia; Robison, A. J.; Bass, Martha A.; Colbran, Roger J.

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Free Content N,N-dimethyl-thioamphetamine and methyl-thioamphetamine, two non-neurotoxic substrates of 5-HT transporters, have scant in vitro efficacy for the induction of transporter-mediated 5-HT release and currents
pp. 1770-1780(11)
Authors: Gobbi, Marco; Funicello, Marcella; Gerstbrein, Klaus; Holy, Marion; Moya, Pablo R.; Sotomayor, Ramón; Forray, María Inés; Gysling, Katia; Paluzzi, Silvio; Bonanno, Giambattista; Reyes-Parada, Miguel; Sitte, Harald H.; Mennini, Tiziana

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Free Content GAT-1 regulates both tonic and phasic GABAA receptor-mediated inhibition in the cerebral cortex
pp. 1781-1793(13)
Authors: Bragina, Luca; Marchionni, Ivan; Omrani, Azar; Cozzi, Andrea; Pellegrini-Giampietro, Domenico E.; Cherubini, Enrico; Conti, Fiorenzo

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Free Content Characterisation of the zebrafish serotonin transporter functionally links TM10 to the ligand binding site
pp. 1794-1805(12)
Authors: Severinsen, Kasper; Sinning, Steffen; Müller, Heidi Kaastrup; Wiborg, Ove

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Free Content Parkin mediates the degradation-independent ubiquitination of Hsp70
pp. 1806-1819(14)
Authors: Moore, Darren J.; West, Andrew B.; Dikeman, Dustin A.; Dawson, Valina L.; Dawson, Ted M.

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Free Content The role of AMPK in psychosine mediated effects on oligodendrocytes and astrocytes: implication for Krabbe Disease
pp. 1820-1833(14)
Authors: Giri, Shailendra; Khan, Mushfiquddin; Nath, Narender; Singh, Inderjit; Singh, Avtar K.

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Free Content The glutamate transporter GLT1b interacts with the scaffold protein PSD-95
pp. 1834-1848(15)
Authors: González-González, Inmaculada M.; García-Tardón, Noemí; Cubelos, Beatriz; Giménez, Cecilio; Zafra, Francisco

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Free Content Glucose up-regulates HIF-1α expression in primary cortical neurons in response to hypoxia through maintaining cellular redox status
pp. 1849-1860(12)
Authors: Guo, Shuhong; Bragina, Olga; Xu, Yuexian; Cao, Zongxian; Chen, Hu; Zhou, Bo; Morgan, Marilee; Lin, Yong; Jiang, Bing-Hua; Liu, Ke Jian; Shi, Honglian

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Free Content Pre-synaptic dopaminergic compensation after moderate nigrostriatal damage in non-human primates
pp. 1861-1872(12)
Authors: Perez, Xiomara A.; Parameswaran, Neeraja; Huang, Luping Z.; O’Leary, Kathryn T.; Quik, Maryka

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Free Content Insensitivity to glutamate neurotoxicity mediated by NMDA receptors in association with delayed mitochondrial membrane potential disruption in cultured rat cortical neurons
pp. 1886-1900(15)
Authors: Kambe, Yuki; Nakamichi, Noritaka; Georgiev, Danko D.; Nakamura, Nobuhiro; Taniura, Hideo; Yoneda, Yukio

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Free Content TRAIL-related neurotoxicity implies interaction with the Wnt pathway in human neuronal cells in vitro
pp. 1915-1923(9)
Authors: Cantarella, Giuseppina; Di Benedetto, Giulia; Pezzino, Salvatore; Risuglia, Nunziata; Bernardini, Renato

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Free Content Transport of multiple nicotinic acetylcholine receptors in the rat optic nerve: high densities of receptors containing α6 and β3 subunits
pp. 1924-1938(15)
Authors: Cox, Brandon C.; Marritt, Andrea M.; Perry, David C.; Kellar, Kenneth J.

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Free Content Involvement of dopamine receptors and β-arrestin in metamphetamine-induced inclusions formation in pc12 cells
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Authors: Fornai, Francesco; Lenzi, Paola; Capobianco, Loredana; Iacovelli, Luisa; Scarselli, Pamela; Lazzeri, Gloria; De Blasi, Antonio

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Free Content Increased APLP1 expression and neurodegeneration in the frontal cortex of manganese-exposed non-human primates
pp. 1948-1959(12)
Authors: Guilarte, Tomás R.; Burton, Neal C.; Verina, Tatyana; Prabhu, Vinaykumar V.; Becker, Kevin G.; Syversen, Tore; Schneider, Jay S.

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Free Content IL-1F5 mediates anti-inflammatory activity in the brain through induction of IL-4 following interaction with SIGIRR/TIR8
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Authors: Costelloe, Ceire; Watson, Melanie; Murphy, Aine; McQuillan, Keith; Loscher, Christine; Armstrong, Michelle E.; Garlanda, Cecilia; Mantovani, Alberto; O’Neill, Luke A. J.; Mills, Kingston H. G.; Lynch, Marina A.

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Free Content Comparison of neuroprotective and neurorestorative capabilities of rasagiline and selegiline against lactacystin-induced nigrostriatal dopaminergic degeneration
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Authors: Zhu, Wen; Xie, Wenjie; Pan, Tianhong; Jankovic, Joseph; Li, Jun; Youdim, Moussa B. H.; Le, Weidong

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Free Content Proteomic analysis of nuclear factors binding to an intronic enhancer in the myelin proteolipid protein gene
pp. 1979-1995(17)
Authors: Dobretsova, Anna; Johnson, Jennifer W.; Jones, Richard C.; Edmondson, Ricky D.; Wight, Patricia A.

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Free Content Group III metabotropic glutamate receptor activation suppresses self-replication of undifferentiated neocortical progenitor cells
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Authors: Nakamichi, Noritaka; Yoshida, Kohei; Ishioka, Yukichi; Makanga, Juliet O.; Fukui, Masaki; Yoneyama, Masanori; Kitayama, Tomoya; Nakamura, Nobuhiro; Taniura, Hideo; Yoneda, Yukio

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Free Content Light affects mitochondria to cause apoptosis to cultured cells: possible relevance to ganglion cell death in certain optic neuropathies
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Authors: Osborne, Neville N.; Li, Guang-Yu; Ji, Dan; Mortiboys, Heather J.; Jackson, Sandra

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Free Content Activation of brain protein phosphatase-1I following cardiac arrest and resuscitation involving an interaction with 14-3-3γ
pp. 2029-2038(10)
Authors: Platholi, Jimcy; Heerdt, Paul M.; Lim Tung, H. Y.; Hemmings, Hugh C.

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Free Content MAPKAP kinase 2-deficiency prevents neurons from cell death by reducing neuroinflammation – relevance in a mouse model of Parkinson’s disease
pp. 2039-2052(14)
Authors: Thomas, Tobias; Timmer, Marco; Cesnulevicius, Konstantin; Hitti, Edward; Kotlyarov, Alexey; Gaestel, Matthias

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