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Volume 119, Number 6, 1 December 2011

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Free Content HspB8 mutation causing hereditary distal motor neuropathy impairs lysosomal delivery of autophagosomes
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Authors: Kwok, Alice S.; Phadwal, Kanchan; Turner, Bradley J.; Oliver, Peter L.; Raw, Annie; Simon, Anna Katharina; Talbot, Kevin; Agashe, Vishwas R.

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Free Content High doses of amphetamine augment, rather than disrupt, exocytotic dopamine release in the dorsal and ventral striatum of the anesthetized rat
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Authors: Ramsson, Eric S.; Howard, Christopher D.; Covey, Dan P.; Garris, Paul A.

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Free Content The chemokine BRAK/CXCL14 regulates synaptic transmission in the adult mouse dentate gyrus stem cell niche
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Authors: Banisadr, Ghazal; Bhattacharyya, Bula J.; Belmadani, Abdelhak; Izen, Sarah C.; Ren, Dongjun; Tran, Phuong B.; Miller, Richard J.

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Free Content Neuronal Nogo‐A regulates glutamate receptor subunit expression in hippocampal neurons
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Authors: Peng, Xiangmin; Kim, Jeeyong; Zhou, Zhigang; Fink, David J.; Mata, Marina

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Free Content Regeneration of dopaminergic neurons after 6‐hydroxydopamine‐induced lesion in planarian brain
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Authors: Nishimura, Kaneyasu; Inoue, Takeshi; Yoshimoto, Kanji; Taniguchi, Takashi; Kitamura, Yoshihisa; Agata, Kiyokazu

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Free Content Neuritogenic activity of a genipin derivative in retinal ganglion cells is mediated by retinoic acid receptor β expression through nitric oxide/S‐nitrosylation signaling
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Authors: Koriyama, Yoshiki; Takagi, Yusuke; Chiba, Kenzo; Yamazaki, Matsumi; Arai, Kunizo; Matsukawa, Toru; Suzuki, Hirokazu; Sugitani, Kayo; Kagechika, Hiroyuki; Kato, Satoru

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Free Content Excitotoxicity‐induced endocytosis mediates neuroprotection by TAT‐peptide‐linked JNK inhibitor
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Authors: Vaslin, Anne; Naegele‐Tollardo, Sonia; Puyal, Julien; Clarke, Peter G. H.

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Free Content Isolation of brain mitochondria from neonatal mice
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Authors: Wang, Xiaoyang; Leverin, Anna‐Lena; Han, Wei; Zhu, Changlian; Johansson, Bengt R.; Jacotot, Etienne; Ten, Vadim S.; Sims, Neil R.; Hagberg, Henrik

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Free Content Amlodipine besylate and amlodipine camsylate prevent cortical neuronal cell death induced by oxidative stress
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Authors: Lee, Young Joo; Park, Hyun‐Hee; Koh, Seong‐Ho; Choi, Na‐Young; Lee, Kyu‐Yong

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Free Content A morphine/heroin vaccine with new hapten design attenuates behavioral effects in rats
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Authors: Li, Qian‐Qian; Luo, Yi‐Xiao; Sun, Cheng‐Yu; Xue, Yan‐Xue; Zhu, Wei‐Li; Shi, Hai‐Shui; Zhai, Hai‐Feng; Shi, Jie; Lu, Lin

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Free Content Environmental enrichment compensates for the effects of stress on disease progression in Tg2576 mice, an Alzheimer’s disease model
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Authors: Jeong, Yun Ha; Kim, Joon Min; Yoo, Jongman; Lee, Sang Hyung; Kim, Hye‐Sun; Suh, Yoo‐Hun

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Free Content Catecholamines up integrates dopamine synthesis and synaptic trafficking
pp. 1294-1305(12)
Authors: Wang, Zhe; Ferdousy, Faiza; Lawal, Hakeem; Huang, Zhinong; Daigle, J. Gavin; Izevbaye, Iyare; Doherty, Olugbenga; Thomas, Jerrad; Stathakis, Dean G; O’Donnell, Janis M.

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Free Content Ethanol increases p190RhoGAP activity, leading to actin cytoskeleton rearrangements
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Authors: Selva, Javier; Egea, Gustavo

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Free Content Antiangiogenic effects of β2‐adrenergic receptor blockade in a mouse model of oxygen‐induced retinopathy
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Authors: Martini, Davide; Monte, Massimo Dal; Ristori, Chiara; Cupisti, Elena; Mei, Sara; Fiorini, Patrizio; Filippi, Luca; Bagnoli, Paola

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Free Content A novel glycogen synthase kinase‐3 inhibitor 2‐methyl‐5‐(3‐{4‐[()‐methylsulfinyl]phenyl}‐1‐benzofuran‐5‐yl)‐1,3,4‐oxadiazole decreases tau phosphorylation and ameliorates cognitive deficits in a transgenic model of Alzheimer’s disease
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Authors: Onishi, Tomohiro; Iwashita, Hiroki; Uno, Yumiko; Kunitomo, Jun; Saitoh, Morihisa; Kimura, Eiji; Fujita, Hisashi; Uchiyama, Noriko; Kori, Masakuni; Takizawa, Masayuki

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Free Content Acknowledgement of Reviewers
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