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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 109, Number 6, June 2009

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Free Content Olfactory receptors: G protein-coupled receptors and beyond
pp. 1570-1583(14)
Authors: Spehr, Marc; Munger, Steven D.

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Free Content Cell entry strategy of clostridial neurotoxins
pp. 1584-1595(12)
Authors: Binz, Thomas; Rummel, Andreas

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Free Content TorsinA and dystonia: from nuclear envelope to synapse
pp. 1596-1609(14)
Authors: Granata, Alessandra; Schiavo, Giampietro; Warner, Thomas T.

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Free Content Persistent migration of neuroblasts from the subventricular zone to the injured striatum mediated by osteopontin following intracerebral hemorrhage
pp. 1624-1635(12)
Authors: Yan, Yi-Ping; Lang, Bradley T.; Vemuganti, Raghu; Dempsey, Robert J.

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Free Content Matrix metalloproteinase inhibition reduces oxidative stress associated with cerebral amyloid angiopathy in vivo in transgenic mice
pp. 1636-1647(12)
Authors: Garcia-Alloza, Monica; Prada, Claudia; Lattarulo, Carli; Fine, Sara; Borrelli, Laura A.; Betensky, Rebecca; Greenberg, Steven M.; Frosch, Matthew P.; Bacskai, Brian J.

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Free Content A traditional medicinal herb Paeonia suffruticosa and its active constituent 1,2,3,4,6-penta-O-galloyl-β-d-glucopyranose have potent anti-aggregation effects on Alzheimer’s amyloid β proteins in vitro and in vivo
pp. 1648-1657(10)
Authors: Fujiwara, Hironori; Tabuchi, Masahiro; Yamaguchi, Takuji; Iwasaki, Koh; Furukawa, Katsutoshi; Sekiguchi, Kyoji; Ikarashi, Yasushi; Kudo, Yukitsuka; Higuchi, Makoto; Saido, Takaomi C.; Maeda, Sumihiro; Takashima, Akihiko; Hara, Masahiko; Yaegashi, Nobuo; Kase, Yoshio; Arai, Hiroyuki

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Free Content Tamoxifen attenuates inflammatory-mediated damage and improves functional outcome after spinal cord injury in rats
pp. 1658-1667(10)
Authors: Tian, Dai-Shi; Liu, Jun-Li; Xie, Min-Jie; Zhan, Yan; Qu, Wen-Sheng; Yu, Zhi-Yuan; Tang, Zhou-Ping; Pan, Deng-Ji; Wang, Wei

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Free Content Ciliary neurotrophic factor fused to a protein transduction domain retains full neuroprotective activity in the absence of cytokine-like side effects
pp. 1680-1690(11)
Authors: Rezende, Alexandre C.; Peroni, Daniele; Vieira, Andrè S.; Rogerio, Fabio; Talaisys, Rafael L.; Costa, Fabio T. M.; Langone, Francesco; Skaper, Stephen D.; Negro, Alessandro

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Free Content Inhibiting astrocytic activation: a novel analgesic mechanism of ketamine at the spinal level?
pp. 1691-1700(10)
Authors: Mei, Xiaopeng; Wang, Wei; Wang, Wen; Li, Yunming; Zhang, Hui; Wu, Shengxi; Li, Yunqing; Xu, Lixian

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Free Content The brain-specific protein, p42IP4 (ADAP 1) is localized in mitochondria and involved in regulation of mitochondrial Ca2+
pp. 1701-1713(13)
Authors: Galvita, Anastasia; Grachev, Dmitry; Azarashvili, Tamara; Baburina, Yulia; Krestinina, Olga; Stricker, Rolf; Reiser, Georg

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Free Content Transcriptional response of the neuromuscular system to exercise training and potential implications for ALS
pp. 1714-1724(11)
Authors: Ferraiuolo, Laura; De Bono, Joseph P.; Heath, Paul R.; Holden, Hazel; Kasher, Paul; Channon, Keith M.; Kirby, Janine; Shaw, Pamela J.

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Free Content Different binding modes of tropeines mediating inhibition and potentiation of α1 glycine receptors
pp. 1725-1732(8)
Authors: Maksay, Gábor; Laube, Bodo; Schemm, Rudolf; Grudzinska, Joanna; Drwal, Malgorzata; Betz, Heinrich

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Free Content Prenatal stress alters glutamatergic system responsiveness in adult rat prefrontal cortex
pp. 1733-1744(12)
Authors: Fumagalli, Fabio; Pasini, Matteo; Frasca, Angelisa; Drago, Filippo; Racagni, Giorgio; Riva, Marco Andrea

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Free Content Increases in cytoplasmic dopamine compromise the normal resistance of the nucleus accumbens to methamphetamine neurotoxicity
pp. 1745-1755(11)
Authors: Thomas, David M.; Francescutti-Verbeem, Dina M.; Kuhn, Donald M.

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Free Content Tau – an inhibitor of deacetylase HDAC6 function
pp. 1756-1766(11)
Authors: Perez, Mar; Santa-Maria, Ismael; de Barreda, Elena Gomez; Zhu, Xiongwei; Cuadros, Raquel; Cabrero, Jose Roman; Sanchez-Madrid, Francisco; Dawson, Hana N.; Vitek, Michael P.; Perry, George; Smith, Mark A.; Avila, Jesus

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Free Content PPARγ and RXRγ ligands act synergistically as potent antineoplastic agents in vitro and in vivo glioma models
pp. 1779-1790(12)
Authors: Papi, Alessio; Tatenhorst, Lars; Terwel, Dick; Hermes, Michael; Kummer, Markus P.; Orlandi, Marina; Heneka, Michael T.

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Free Content Distinct modulation of voltage-gated and ligand-gated Ca2+ currents by PPAR-γ agonists in cultured hippocampal neurons
pp. 1800-1811(12)
Authors: Pancani, Tristano; Phelps, Jeremiah T.; Searcy, James L.; Kilgore, Michael W.; Chen, Kuey-Chu; Porter, Nada M.; Thibault, Olivier

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Free Content Erratum
pp. 1812-1812(1)

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Free Content Acknowledgement of Reviewers
pp. 1813-1816(4)

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