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Volume 566, Number 3, August 2005

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Free Content Specificity of TRH receptor coupling to G-proteins for regulation of ERG K+ channels in GH3 rat anterior pituitary cells
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Free Content Different effects of cardiac versus skeletal muscle regulatory proteins on in vitro measures of actin filament speed and force
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Free Content Relationship between intracellular pH and proton mobility in rat and guinea-pig ventricular myocytes
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Free Content Midline serotonergic neurones contribute to widespread synchronized activity in embryonic mouse hindbrain
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Free Content Cell type-specific action of seizure-induced intracellular zinc accumulation in the rat hippocampus
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Free Content Fibre-type specificity of interleukin-6 gene transcription during muscle contraction in rat: association with calcineurin activity
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Free Content NO signalling decodes frequency of neuronal activity and generates synapse-specific plasticity in mouse cerebellum
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Free Content A functional glutamatergic neurone network in the medial septum and diagonal band area
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Free Content Acetylcholine modulates cortical synaptic transmission via different muscarinic receptors, as studied with receptor knockout mice
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Free Content Calcitonin gene-related peptide-induced suppression of luteinizing hormone pulses in the rat: the role of endogenous opioid peptides
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Free Content The role of central 5-HT3 receptors in vagal reflex inputs to neurones in the nucleus tractus solitarius of anaesthetized rats
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