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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 587, Number 7, April 2009

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pp. 1-5(5)

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Free Content Divide et impera: optimizing compartmental models of neurons step by step
pp. 1369-1370(2)
Authors: Roth, Arnd; Bahl, Armin

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Free Content It's no go for protein when it's all go
pp. 1373-1374(2)
Authors: Atherton, Philip J.; Rennie, Michael J.

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Free Content NaV‐igating excitement in the enteric nervous system
pp. 1377-1377(1)
Author: Galligan, James J.

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Free Content It's the proton also in ClC‐2
pp. 1379-1380(2)
Authors: Pusch, Michael; Zifarelli, Giovanni

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Free Content Fast and furious: new ways to think about, study and treat cardiac arrhythmias
pp. 1383-1384(2)
Authors: Joyner, Michael J.; Nattel, Stanley

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Free Content Voltage‐dependent and ‐independent titration of specific residues accounts for complex gating of a ClC chloride channel by extracellular protons
pp. 1387-1400(14)
Authors: Niemeyer, María Isabel; Cid, L. Pablo; Yusef, Yamil R.; Briones, Rodolfo; Sepúlveda, Francisco V.

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Free Content Gonadotropin inhibitory hormone inhibits basal forebrain vGluT2‐gonadotropin‐releasing hormone neurons via a direct postsynaptic mechanism
pp. 1401-1411(11)
Authors: Wu, Min; Dumalska, Iryna; Morozova, Elena; Van Den Pol, Anthony N.; Alreja, Meenakshi

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Free Content Experimentally guided modelling of dendritic excitability in rat neocortical pyramidal neurones
pp. 1413-1437(25)
Authors: Keren, Naomi; Bar‐Yehuda, Dan; Korngreen, Alon

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Free Content Inositol‐1,4,5‐trisphosphate receptor‐mediated Ca2+ waves in pyramidal neuron dendrites propagate through hot spots and cold spots
pp. 1439-1459(21)
Authors: Fitzpatrick, John S.; Hagenston, Anna M.; Hertle, Daniel N.; Gipson, Keith E.; Bertetto‐D'Angelo, Lisa; Yeckel, Mark F.

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Free Content Activation of neurokinin 3 receptor increases Nav1.9 current in enteric neurons
pp. 1461-1479(19)
Authors: Copel, Carine; Osorio, Nancy; Crest, Marcel; Gola, Maurice; Delmas, Patrick; Clerc, Nadine

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Free Content Specific role of dopamine D1 receptors in spinal network activation and rhythmic movement induction in vertebrates
pp. 1499-1511(13)
Authors: Lapointe, Nicolas P.; Rouleau, Pascal; Ung, Roth‐Visal; Guertin, Pierre A.

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Free Content In vitro characterization of HCN channel kinetics and frequency dependence in myocytes predicts biological pacemaker functionality
pp. 1513-1525(13)
Authors: Zhao, Xin; Bucchi, Annalisa; Oren, Ronit V.; Kryukova, Yelena; Dun, Wen; Clancy, Colleen E.; Robinson, Richard B.

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Free Content Is there an optimum endurance polygenic profile?
pp. 1527-1534(8)
Authors: Ruiz, Jonatan R.; Gómez‐Gallego, Félix; Santiago, Catalina; González‐Freire, Marta; Verde, Zoraida; Foster, Carl; Lucia, Alejandro

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Free Content Rapamycin administration in humans blocks the contraction‐induced increase in skeletal muscle protein synthesis
pp. 1535-1546(12)
Authors: Drummond, Micah J.; Fry, Christopher S.; Glynn, Erin L.; Dreyer, Hans C.; Dhanani, Shaheen; Timmerman, Kyle L.; Volpi, Elena; Rasmussen, Blake B.

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Free Content A Ca2+–calmodulin–eEF2K–eEF2 signalling cascade, but not AMPK, contributes to the suppression of skeletal muscle protein synthesis during contractions
pp. 1547-1563(17)
Authors: Rose, Adam J.; Alsted, Thomas J.; Jensen, Thomas E.; Kobberø, J. Bjarke; Maarbjerg, Stine J.; Jensen, Jørgen; Richter, Erik A.

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Free Content Examination of ‘lipotoxicity’ in skeletal muscle of high‐fat fed and ob/ob mice
pp. 1593-1605(13)
Authors: Turpin, S. M.; Ryall, J. G.; Southgate, R.; Darby, I.; Hevener, A. L.; Febbraio, M. A.; Kemp, B. E.; Lynch, G. S.; Watt, M. J.

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Free Content Exercise and adrenaline increase PGC‐1α mRNA expression in rat adipose tissue
pp. 1607-1617(11)
Authors: Sutherland, Lindsey N.; Bomhof, Marc R.; Capozzi, Lauren C.; Basaraba, Susan A.U.; Wright, David C.

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Free Content NDRG2, a novel regulator of myoblast proliferation, is regulated by anabolic and catabolic factors
pp. 1619-1634(16)
Authors: Foletta, Victoria C.; Prior, Matthew J.; Stupka, Nicole; Carey, Kate; Segal, David H.; Jones, Sharon; Swinton, Courtney; Martin, Sheree; Cameron‐Smith, David; Walder, Ken R.

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