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Volume 109, Supplement 1, May 2009

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Free Content Transcranial flavoprotein fluorescence imaging of mouse cortical activity and plasticity
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Authors: Tohmi, Manavu; Takahashi, Kuniyuki; Kubota, Yamato; Hishida, Ryuichi; Shibuki, Katsuei

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Free Content AMPK in the brain: its roles in energy balance and neuroprotection
pp. 17-23(7)
Authors: Ronnett, Gabriele V.; Ramamurthy, Santosh; Kleman, Amy M.; Landree, Leslie E.; Aja, Susan

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Free Content Direct measurement of oxidative metabolism in the living brain by microdialysis: a review
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Authors: Ronald Zielke, H.; Zielke, Carol L.; Baab, Peter J.

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Free Content The rate-limiting step for glucose transport into the hypothalamus is across the blood–hypothalamus interface
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Authors: Poitry-Yamate, Carol; Lei, HongXia; Gruetter, Rolf

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Free Content Acetate transport and utilization in the rat brain
pp. 46-54(9)
Authors: Deelchand, Dinesh K.; Shestov, Alexander A.; Koski, Dee M.; Uğurbil, Kâmil; Henry, Pierre-Gilles

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Free Content The in vivo neuron-to-astrocyte lactate shuttle in human brain: evidence from modeling of measured lactate levels during visual stimulation
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Authors: Mangia, Silvia; Simpson, Ian A.; Vannucci, Susan J.; Carruthers, Anthony

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Free Content The turnover of the H3 deuterons from (2-13C) glutamate and (2-13C) glutamine reveals subcellular trafficking in the brain of partially deuterated rats
pp. 63-72(10)
Authors: Cerdán, Sebastián; Sierra, Alejandra; Fonseca, Luis L.; Ballesteros, Paloma; Rodrigues, Tiago B.

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Free Content Cerebral oxygen demand for short-lived and steady-state events
pp. 73-79(7)
Authors: Herman, Peter; Sanganahalli, Basavaraju G.; Blumenfeld, Hal; Hyder, Fahmeed

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Free Content Functional significance of brain glycogen in sustaining glutamatergic neurotransmission
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Authors: Sickmann, Helle M.; Walls, Anne B.; Schousboe, Arne; Bouman, Stephan D.; Waagepetersen, Helle S.

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Free Content Neuronal glucose but not lactate utilization is positively correlated with NMDA-induced neurotransmission and fluctuations in cytosolic Ca2+ levels
pp. 87-93(7)
Authors: Bak, Lasse K.; Walls, Anne B.; Schousboe, Arne; Ring, Avi; Sonnewald, Ursula; Waagepetersen, Helle S.

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Free Content Kinetic validation of 6-NBDG as a probe for the glucose transporter GLUT1 in astrocytes
pp. 94-100(7)
Authors: Barros, Luis Felipe; Bittner, Carla X.; Loaiza, Anitsi; Ruminot, Iván; Larenas, Valeria; Moldenhauer, Hans; Oyarzún, Carolina; Alvarez, Mauro

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Free Content Mitochondrial glutathione uptake: characterization in isolated brain mitochondria and astrocytes in culture
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Authors: Wadey, Alison L.; Muyderman, Hakan; Kwek, Perrin T.; Sims, Neil R.

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Free Content Now I know my ABC. A systems neurochemistry and functional metabolomic approach to understanding the GABAergic system
pp. 109-116(8)
Authors: Rae, Caroline; Nasrallah, Fatima A.; Griffin, Julian L.; Balcar, Vladimir J.

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Free Content Differential gene expression in LPS/IFNγ activated microglia and macrophages: in vitro versus in vivo
pp. 117-125(9)
Authors: Schmid, Christoph D.; Melchior, Benoit; Masek, Kokoechat; Puntambekar, Shweta S.; Danielson, Patria E.; Lo, David D.; Gregor Sutcliffe, J.; Carson, Monica J.

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Free Content CD36: A multi-modal target for acute stroke therapy
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Authors: Cho, Sunghee; Kim, Eunhee

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Free Content Oxidative stress and mitochondrial dysfunction as determinants of ischemic neuronal death and survival
pp. 133-138(6)
Authors: Niizuma, Kuniyasu; Endo, Hidenori; Chan, Pak H.

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Free Content Synaptic and extrasynaptic GABA transporters as targets for anti-epileptic drugs
pp. 139-144(6)
Authors: Madsen, Karsten K.; Clausen, Rasmus P.; Larsson, Orla M.; Krogsgaard-Larsen, Povl; Schousboe, Arne; Steve White, H.

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Free Content Contributions of Ca2+ and Zn2+ to spreading depression-like events and neuronal injury
pp. 145-152(8)
Authors: Dietz, Robert M.; Weiss, John H.; Shuttleworth, C. William

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Free Content The role of abnormal mitochondrial dynamics in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s disease
pp. 153-159(7)
Authors: Wang, Xinglong; Su, Bo; Zheng, Ling; Perry, George; Smith, Mark A.; Zhu, Xiongwei

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Free Content Transglutaminases and neurodegeneration
pp. 160-166(7)
Authors: Jeitner, Thomas M.; Pinto, John T.; Krasnikov, Boris F.; Horswill, Mark; Cooper, Arthur J. L.

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Free Content Mutations in human GLUD2 glutamate dehydrogenase affecting basal activity and regulation
pp. 167-173(7)
Authors: Kanavouras, Konstantinos; Borompokas, Nikolas; Latsoudis, Helen; Stagourakis, Argiris; Zaganas, Ioannis; Plaitakis, Andreas

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Free Content Ischemia activates JNK/c-Jun/AP-1 pathway to up-regulate 14-3-3γ in astrocyte
pp. 182-188(7)
Authors: Dong, Yan; Liu, Hua Dong; Zhao, Rui; Yang, Chun Zhang; Chen, Xiao Qian; Wang, Xin Hong; Lau, Lok Ting; Chen, Jianguo; Yu, Albert Cheung Hoi

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Free Content Delayed cerebral oxidative glucose metabolism after traumatic brain injury in young rats
pp. 189-197(9)
Authors: Scafidi, Susanna; O’Brien, Janet; Hopkins, Irene; Robertson, Courtney; Fiskum, Gary; McKenna, Mary

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Free Content GABAergic striatal neurons exhibit caspase-independent, mitochondrially mediated programmed cell death
pp. 198-206(9)
Authors: Diwakarla, Shanti; Mercer, Linda D.; Kardashsyan, Liubov; Chu, Percy W. Y.; Shin, Yea Seul; Lau, Chew L.; Hughes, Maria L. R.; Nagley, Phillip; Beart, Philip M.

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Free Content The ketogenic diet has no effect on the expression of spike-and-wave discharges and nutrient transporters in genetic absence epilepsy rats from Strasbourg
pp. 207-213(7)
Authors: Nehlig, Astrid; Dufour, Franck; Klinger, Marianne; Willing, Lisa B.; Simpson, Ian A.; Vannucci, Susan J.

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Free Content Mild reduction in the activity of the α-ketoglutarate dehydrogenase complex elevates GABA shunt and glycolysis
pp. 214-221(8)
Authors: Shi, Qingli; Risa, Øystein; Sonnewald, Ursula; Gibson, Gary E.

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Free Content Inhibition of the alpha-ketoglutarate dehydrogenase-mediated reactive oxygen species generation by lipoic acid
pp. 222-229(8)
Authors: Ambrus, Attila; Tretter, László; Adam-Vizi, Vera

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Free Content Redox dependence and compartmentation of [13C]pyruvate in the brain of deuterated rats bearing implanted C6 gliomas
pp. 237-245(9)
Authors: Rodrigues, Tiago B.; López-Larrubia, Pilar; Cerdán, Sebastián

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Free Content Protein kinase G is involved in ammonia-induced swelling of astrocytes
pp. 246-251(6)
Authors: Konopacka, Agnieszka; Konopacki, Filip A.; Albrecht, Jan

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Free Content Calcium in the mechanism of ammonia-induced astrocyte swelling
pp. 252-257(6)
Authors: Jayakumar, Arumugam R.; Rama Rao, Kakulavarapu V.; Tong, Xiaoying Y.; Norenberg, Michael D.

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