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Volume 108, Number 5, March 2009

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Free Content Identification of a minimal segment of complexin II essential for preferential distribution in axons
pp. 1109-1115(7)
Authors: Kataoka, Masakazu; Sekiguchi, Mariko; Takahashi, Masami

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Free Content Neuroprotective effects of donepezil through inhibition of GSK-3 activity in amyloid-β-induced neuronal cell death
pp. 1116-1125(10)
Authors: Noh, Min-Young; Koh, Seong-Ho; Kim, Youngchul; Kim, Hyun Young; Cho, Goang Won; Kim, Seung Hyun

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Free Content Antagonism of 5-HT1A receptors uncovers an excitatory effect of SSRIs on 5-HT neuronal activity, an action probably mediated by 5-HT7 receptors
pp. 1126-1135(10)
Authors: Bosker, Fokko J.; Folgering, Joost H. A.; Gladkevich, Anatoliy V.; Schmidt, Anne; van der Hart, Marieke C. G.; Sprouse, Jeffrey; den Boer, Johan A.; Westerink, Ben H. C.; Cremers, Thomas I. F. H.

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Free Content RNA editing of the serotonin 2C receptor and expression of Gαq protein: genetic mouse models do not support a role for regulation or compensation
pp. 1136-1142(7)
Authors: Canal, Clinton E.; Mahautmr, Kontip C.; Cao, Chike; Sanders-Bush, Elaine; Airey, David C.

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Free Content Multiple protective activities of neuroglobin in cultured neuronal cells exposed to hypoxia re-oxygenation injury
pp. 1143-1154(12)
Authors: Duong, Thi Thuy Hong; Witting, Paul Kenneth; Antao, Shane Tony; Parry, Sarah Nicole; Kennerson, Marina; Lai, Barry; Vogt, Stefan; Lay, Peter Andrew; Harris, Hugh Hamlyn

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Free Content IFN-γ and IL-4 differentially shape metabolic responses and neuroprotective phenotype of astrocytes
pp. 1155-1166(12)
Authors: Garg, Sanjay K.; Kipnis, Jonathan; Banerjee, Ruma

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Free Content Rat tau proteome consists of six tau isoforms: implication for animal models of human tauopathies
pp. 1167-1176(10)
Authors: Hanes, Jozef; Zilka, Norbert; Bartkova, Miriam; Caletkova, Miroslava; Dobrota, Dusan; Novak, Michal

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Free Content AZD2184: a radioligand for sensitive detection of β-amyloid deposits
pp. 1177-1186(10)
Authors: Johnson, Allan E.; Jeppsson, Fredrik; Sandell, Johan; Wensbo, David; Neelissen, Jan A. M.; Juréus, Anders; Ström, Peter; Norman, Henrietta; Farde, Lars; Svensson, Samuel P. S.

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Free Content PAL31 may play an important role as inflammatory modulator in the repair process of the spinal cord injury rat
pp. 1187-1197(11)
Authors: Shen, Li-Fen; Cheng, Henrich; Tsai, Ming-Chu; Kuo, Huai-Sheng; Chak, Kin-Fu

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Free Content Restored degradation of the Alzheimer’s amyloid-β peptide by targeting amyloid formation
pp. 1198-1207(10)
Authors: Crouch, Peter J.; Tew, Deborah J.; Du, Tai; Nguyen, Diem Ngoc; Caragounis, Aphrodite; Filiz, Gulay; Blake, Rachel E.; Trounce, Ian A.; Soon, Cynthia P. W.; Laughton, Katrina; Perez, Keyla A.; Li, Qiao-Xin; Cherny, Robert A.; Masters, Colin L.; Barnham, Kevin J.; White, Anthony R.

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Free Content GDNF control of the glutamatergic cortico-striatal pathway requires tonic activation of adenosine A2A receptors
pp. 1208-1219(12)
Authors: Gomes, Catarina A. R. V.; Simões, Patrícia F.; Canas, Paula M.; Quiroz, César; Sebastião, Ana M.; Ferré, Sergi; Cunha, Rodrigo A.; Ribeiro, Joaquim A.

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Free Content Age and circadian influences on picolinic acid concentrations in human cerebrospinal fluid
pp. 1220-1225(6)
Authors: Coggan, Sarah E.; Smythe, George A.; Bilgin, Ayse; Grant, Ross S.

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Free Content Aminoglycoside-induced histone deacetylation and hair cell death in the mouse cochlea
pp. 1226-1236(11)
Authors: Chen, Fu-Quan; Schacht, Jochen; Sha, Su-Hua

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Free Content Knockdown of m-calpain increases survival of primary hippocampal neurons following NMDA excitotoxicity
pp. 1237-1250(14)
Authors: Bevers, Matthew B.; Lawrence, Eric; Maronski, Margaret; Starr, Neasa; Amesquita, Michael; Neumar, Robert W.

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Free Content The CREB/CRE transcriptional pathway: protection against oxidative stress-mediated neuronal cell death
pp. 1251-1265(15)
Authors: Lee, Boyoung; Cao, Ruifeng; Choi, Yun-Sik; Cho, Hee-Yeon; Rhee, Alex D.; Hah, Cyrus K.; Hoyt, Kari R.; Obrietan, Karl

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Free Content Brevican distinctively assembles extracellular components at the large diameter nodes of Ranvier in the CNS
pp. 1266-1276(11)
Authors: Bekku, Yoko; Rauch, Uwe; Ninomiya, Yoshifumi; Oohashi, Toshitaka

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Free Content Pleiotropic effects of spastin on neurite growth depending on expression levels
pp. 1277-1288(12)
Authors: Riano, Elena; Martignoni, Monica; Mancuso, Giuseppe; Cartelli, Daniele; Crippa, Francesca; Toldo, Irene; Siciliano, Gabriele; Di Bella, Daniela; Taroni, Franco; Bassi, Maria Teresa; Cappelletti, Graziella; Rugarli, Elena I.

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Free Content The basal flux of Akt in the mitochondria is mediated by heat shock protein 90
pp. 1289-1299(11)
Authors: Barksdale, Keri A.; Bijur, Gautam N.

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Free Content The interplay between inorganic phosphate and amino acids determines zinc solubility in brain slices
pp. 1300-1308(9)
Authors: Rumschik, Sean M.; Nydegger, Irma; Zhao, Jinfu; Kay, Alan R.

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