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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 110, Number 6, September 2009

Free Content The pathogenic mechanisms of polyglutamine diseases and current therapeutic strategies
pp. 1737-1765(29)
Authors: Bauer, Peter O.; Nukina, Nobuyuki

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Free Content Nitroxyl exacerbates ischemic cerebral injury and oxidative neurotoxicity
pp. 1766-1773(8)
Authors: Choe, Chi-un; Lewerenz, Jan; Fischer, Gerry; Uliasz, Tracy F.; Espey, Michael Graham; Hummel, Friedhelm C.; King, Stephen Bruce; Schwedhelm, Edzard; Böger, Rainer H.; Gerloff, Christian; Hewett, Sandra J.; Magnus, Tim; Donzelli, Sonia

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Free Content Zn(II)- and Cu(II)-induced non-fibrillar aggregates of amyloid-β (1–42) peptide are transformed to amyloid fibrils, both spontaneously and under the influence of metal chelators
pp. 1784-1795(12)
Authors: Tõugu, Vello; Karafin, Ann; Zovo, Kairit; Chung, Roger S.; Howells, Claire; West, Adrian K.; Palumaa, Peep

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Free Content Hypothalamic neuronal histamine signaling in the estrogen deficiency-induced obesity
pp. 1796-1805(10)
Authors: Gotoh, Koro; Masaki, Takayuki; Chiba, Seiichi; Higuchi, Keiko; Kakuma, Tetsuya; Shimizu, Hiroyuki; Mori, Masatomo; Sakata, Toshiie; Yoshimatsu, Hironobu

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Free Content Human S-adenosylhomocysteine hydrolase: common gene sequence variation and functional genomic characterization
pp. 1806-1817(12)
Authors: Feng, Qiping; Keshtgarpour, Mani; Pelleymounter, Linda L.; Moon, Irene; Kalari, Krishna R.; Eckloff, Bruce W.; Wieben, Eric D.; Weinshilboum, Richard M.

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Free Content Age-dependent dysregulation of brain amyloid precursor protein in the Ts65Dn Down syndrome mouse model
pp. 1818-1827(10)
Authors: Choi, Jennifer H. K.; Berger, Jason D.; Mazzella, Matthew J.; Morales-Corraliza, Jose; Cataldo, Anne M.; Nixon, Ralph A.; Ginsberg, Stephen D.; Levy, Efrat; Mathews, Paul M.

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Free Content Specific vulnerability of mouse spinal cord motoneurons to membrane depolarization
pp. 1842-1854(13)
Authors: Gou-Fabregas, Myriam; Garcera, Ana; Mincheva, Stefka; Perez-Garcia, M. Jose; Comella, Joan X.; Soler, Rosa M.

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Free Content Functional co-expression of two insect nicotinic receptor subunits (Nlα3 and Nlα8) reveals the effects of a resistance-associated mutation (Nlα3Y151S) on neonicotinoid insecticides
pp. 1855-1862(8)
Authors: Yixi, Zhang; Liu, Zewen; Han, Zhaojun; Song, Feng; Yao, Xiangmei; Shao, Ying; Li, Jian; Millar, Neil S.

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Free Content Docosahexaenoic acid attenuates microglial activation and delays early retinal degeneration
pp. 1863-1875(13)
Authors: Ebert, Stefanie; Weigelt, Karin; Walczak, Yana; Drobnik, Wolfgang; Mauerer, Richard; Hume, David A.; Weber, Bernhard H. F.; Langmann, Thomas

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Free Content Mutations of cytosolic loop residues impair assembly and maturation of α7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptors
pp. 1885-1894(10)
Authors: Mukherjee, Jayanta; Kuryatov, Alexander; Moss, Stephen J.; Lindstrom, Jon M.; Anand, Rene

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Free Content Inhibition of calpain attenuates encephalitogenicity of MBP-specific T cells
pp. 1895-1907(13)
Authors: Guyton, Mary K.; Brahmachari, Saurav; Das, Arabinda; Samantaray, Supriti; Inoue, Jun; Azuma, Mitsuyoshi; Ray, Swapan K.; Banik, Naren L.

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Free Content Enhanced dopaminergic differentiation of human neural stem cells by synergistic effect of Bcl-xL and reduced oxygen tension
pp. 1908-1920(13)
Authors: Krabbe, Christina; Courtois, Elise; Jensen, Pia; Jørgensen, Jesper R.; Zimmer, Jens; Martínez-Serrano, Alberto; Meyer, Morten

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Free Content Adenosine A2A receptors enable the synaptic effects of cannabinoid CB1 receptors in the rodent striatum
pp. 1921-1930(10)
Authors: Tebano, Maria Teresa; Martire, Alberto; Chiodi, Valentina; Pepponi, Rita; Ferrante, Antonella; Domenici, Maria Rosaria; Frank, Claudio; Chen, Jiang-Fan; Ledent, Catherine; Popoli, Patrizia

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Free Content Intra- versus extracellular effects of microglia-derived cysteine proteases in a conditioned medium transfer model
pp. 1931-1941(11)
Authors: Wendt, Wiebke; Schulten, Roxane; Stichel, Christine C.; Lübbert, Hermann

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Free Content Botulinum neurotoxins C, E and F bind gangliosides via a conserved binding site prior to stimulation-dependent uptake with botulinum neurotoxin F utilising the three isoforms of SV2 as second receptor
pp. 1942-1954(13)
Authors: Rummel, Andreas; Häfner, Kirstin; Mahrhold, Stefan; Darashchonak, Natallia; Holt, Matthew; Jahn, Reinhard; Beermann, Silke; Karnath, Tino; Bigalke, Hans; Binz, Thomas

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Free Content The ubiquitin ligase E6-AP promotes degradation of α-synuclein
pp. 1955-1964(10)
Authors: Mulherkar, Shalaka A.; Sharma, Jaiprakash; Jana, Nihar Ranjan

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Free Content Increased lipid peroxidation in Down’s syndrome mouse models
pp. 1965-1976(12)
Authors: Ishihara, Keiichi; Amano, Kenji; Takaki, Eiichi; Ebrahim, Abdul Shukkur; Shimohata, Atsushi; Shibazaki, Noriko; Inoue, Ikuyo; Takaki, Mayuko; Ueda, Yuto; Sago, Haruhiko; Epstein, Charles J.; Yamakawa, Kazuhiro

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Free Content Differential fading of inhibitory and excitatory B2 bradykinin receptor responses in rat sympathetic neurons: a role for protein kinase C
pp. 1977-1988(12)
Authors: Kosenburger, Kristina; Schicker, Klaus W.; Drobny, Helmut; Boehm, Stefan

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Free Content Corrigendum
pp. 1989-1989(1)

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Free Content Acknowledgement of Reviewers
pp. 1990-1993(4)

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