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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 576, Number 1, October 2006

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pp. i-iii(3)

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Free Content Muscle fatigue and reactive oxygen species
pp. 1-1(1)
Author: Juel, Carsten

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Free Content The cochlea – new insights into the conversion of sound into electrical signals
pp. 3-5(3)
Authors: Evans, Michael G.; Kros, Corné J.

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Free Content Tuning in to cochlear hair cells
pp. 7-9(3)
Authors: Kros, Corné J.; Evans, Michael G.

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Free Content What is the hair cell transduction channel?
pp. 23-28(6)
Author: Corey, David P.

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Free Content Active hair bundle movements in auditory hair cells
pp. 29-36(8)
Author: Fettiplace, Robert

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Free Content Prestin and the cochlear amplifier
pp. 37-42(6)
Authors: Dallos, Peter; Zheng, Jing; Cheatham, Mary Ann

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Free Content Regulation of electromotility in the cochlear outer hair cell
pp. 43-48(6)
Author: Frolenkov, Gregory I.

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Free Content Efferent‐mediated control of basilar membrane motion
pp. 49-54(6)
Authors: Cooper, N. P.; Guinan, J. J.

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Free Content Mechanisms underlying the temporal precision of sound coding at the inner hair cell ribbon synapse
pp. 55-62(8)
Authors: Moser, Tobias; Neef, Andreas; Khimich, Darina

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Free Content AMPA type glutamate receptor mediates neurotransmission at turtle vestibular calyx synapse
pp. 63-71(9)
Authors: Bonsacquet, Jérémie; Brugeaud, Aurore; Compan, Vincent; Desmadryl, Gilles; Chabbert, Christian

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Free Content Deafness in LIMP2‐deficient mice due to early loss of the potassium channel KCNQ1/KCNE1 in marginal cells of the stria vascularis
pp. 73-86(14)
Authors: Knipper, Marlies; Claussen, Cathrin; Rüttiger, Lukas; Zimmermann, Ulrike; Lüllmann‐Rauch, Renate; Eskelinen, Eeva‐Liisa; Schröder, Jenny; Schwake, Michael; Saftig, Paul

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Free Content Autoinhibitory control of the CaV1.2 channel by its proteolytically processed distal C‐terminal domain
pp. 87-102(16)
Authors: Hulme, Joanne T.; Yarov‐Yarovoy, Vladimir; Lin, Teddy W.‐C.; Scheuer, Todd; Catterall, William A.

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Free Content Roles of nicotinic acetylcholine receptor β subunits in function of human α4‐containing nicotinic receptors
pp. 103-118(16)
Authors: Wu, Jie; Liu, Qiang; Yu, Kewei; Hu, Jun; Kuo, Yen‐Ping; Segerberg, Marsha; St John, Paul A.; Lukas, Ronald J.

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Free Content Alternative splicing in the C‐terminus of CaV2.2 controls expression and gating of N‐type calcium channels
pp. 119-134(16)
Authors: Castiglioni, Andrew J.; Raingo, Jesica; Lipscombe, Diane

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Free Content Molecular and electrophysiological characterization of transient receptor potential ion channels in the primary murine megakaryocyte
pp. 151-162(12)
Authors: Carter, Richard N.; Tolhurst, Gwen; Walmsley, Gemma; Vizuete‐Forster, Matthieu; Miller, Nigel; Mahaut‐Smith, Martyn P.

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Free Content Pattern of Ca2+ increase determines the type of secretory mechanism activated in dog pancreatic duct epithelial cells
pp. 163-178(16)
Authors: Jung, Seung‐Ryoung; Kim, Kyungjin; Hille, Bertil; Nguyen, Toan D.; Koh, Duk‐Su

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Free Content Reduced ability to release adenosine by diabetic rat cardiac fibroblasts due to altered expression of nucleoside transporters
pp. 179-189(11)
Authors: Podgorska, Marzena; Kocbuch, Katarzyna; Grden, Marzena; Szutowicz, Andrzej; Pawelczyk, Tadeusz

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Free Content ON direction‐selective ganglion cells in the mouse retina
pp. 197-202(6)
Authors: Sun, Wenzhi; Deng, Qiudong; Levick, William R.; He, Shigang

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Free Content Different levels of Ih determine distinct temporal integration in bursting and regular‐spiking neurons in rat subiculum
pp. 203-214(12)
Authors: Van Welie, Ingrid; Remme, Michiel W. H.; Van Hooft, Johannes A.; Wadman, Wytse J.

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Free Content Distinct ASIC currents are expressed in rat putative nociceptors and are modulated by nerve injury
pp. 215-234(20)
Authors: Poirot, Olivier; Berta, Temugin; Decosterd, Isabelle; Kellenberger, Stephan

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Free Content Dissecting the role of sodium currents in visceral sensory neurons in a model of chronic hyperexcitability using Nav1.8 and Nav1.9 null mice
pp. 257-267(11)
Authors: Hillsley, Kirk; Lin, Jia‐Hui; Stanisz, Andre; Grundy, David; Aerssens, Jeroen; Peeters, Pieter J.; Moechars, Diederik; Coulie, Bernard; Stead, Ronald H.

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Free Content Effects of single‐lung inflation on inspiratory muscle function in dogs
pp. 269-277(9)
Authors: De Troyer, André; Leduc, Dimitri

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Free Content N‐acetylcysteine attenuates the decline in muscle Na+,K+‐pump activity and delays fatigue during prolonged exercise in humans
pp. 279-288(10)
Authors: McKenna, Michael J.; Medved, Ivan; Goodman, Craig A.; Brown, Malcolm J.; Bjorksten, Andrew R.; Murphy, Kate T.; Petersen, Aaron C.; Sostaric, Simon; Gong, Xiaofei

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Free Content 5‐HT evokes sensory long‐term facilitation of rodent carotid body via activation of NADPH oxidase
pp. 289-295(7)
Authors: Peng, Ying‐Jie; Yuan, Guoxiang; Jacono, Frank J.; Kumar, Ganesh K.; Prabhakar, Nanduri R.

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Free Content Early chronic ethanol exposure in rats disturbs respiratory network activity and increases sensitivity to ethanol
pp. 297-307(11)
Authors: Dubois, C.; Naassila, M.; Daoust, M.; Pierrefiche, O.

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Free Content Evidence that stimulation of ghrelin receptors in the spinal cord initiates propulsive activity in the colon of the rat
pp. 329-338(10)
Authors: Shimizu, Yasutake; Chang, Ed C.; Shafton, Anthony D.; Ferens, Dorota M.; Sanger, Gareth J.; Witherington, Jason; Furness, John B.

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