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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 588, Number 1, 1 January 2010

Free Content A current from the heart is necessary for learning
pp. 1-1(1)
Author: Bargas, José

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Free Content Immature brains don't need GABA to get ‘hyper’-excited
pp. 7-8(2)
Author: Goaillard, Jean-Marc

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Free Content Why a soft touch can hurt
pp. 13-13(1)
Author: Craig, A. D. (Bud)

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Free Content Less is more, or enough is enough? Ca2+-dependent inactivation revisited
pp. 15-16(2)
Authors: Matthes, Jan; Herzig, Stefan

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Free Content How much inhibition in an epileptiform burst?
pp. 17-18(2)
Authors: Pavlov, Ivan; Kullmann, Dimitri M.

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Free Content Heart rate during haemorrhage: time for reappraisal
pp. 19-19(1)
Authors: Secher, Niels H.; Van Lieshout, Johannes J.

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Free Content Muscle-to-fat interaction: a two-way street?
pp. 21-21(1)
Author: Pedersen, Bente K.

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Free Content Lüttgau & Niedergerke; the classic study of calcium–sodium antagonism half a century on
pp. 23-25(3)
Authors: Miller, David J.; Smith, Godfrey L.

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Free Content Neurophysiology of inhibitory and excitatory amino acid receptors
pp. 29-32(4)
Authors: Bowie, Derek; McKinney, R. Anne

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Free Content When and why amino acids?
pp. 33-44(12)
Authors: Krnjević, Krešimir

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Free Content The role of Loop F in the activation of the GABA receptor
pp. 59-66(8)
Authors: Khatri, Alpa; Weiss, David S.

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Free Content Ion-dependent gating of kainate receptors
pp. 67-81(15)
Author: Bowie, Derek

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Free Content Activity-dependent synaptic plasticity of NMDA receptors
pp. 93-99(7)
Authors: Rebola, Nelson; Srikumar, Bettadapura N.; Mulle, Christophe

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Free Content GABAA receptors, gephyrin and homeostatic synaptic plasticity
pp. 101-106(6)
Authors: Tyagarajan, Shiva K.; Fritschy, Jean-Marc

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Free Content Endogenous extracellular serotonin modulates the spinal locomotor network of the neonatal mouse
pp. 139-156(18)
Authors: Dunbar, Mary J.; Tran, Michelle A; Whelan, Patrick J.

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Free Content Homeostasis of intrinsic excitability in hippocampal neurones: dynamics and mechanism of the response to chronic depolarization
pp. 157-170(14)
Authors: O’Leary, Timothy; van Rossum, Mark C. W.; Wyllie, David J. A.

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Free Content Amiloride-sensitive channels are a major contributor to mechanotransduction in mammalian muscle spindles
pp. 171-185(15)
Authors: Simon, Anna; Shenton, Fiona; Hunter, Irene; Banks, Robert W.; Bewick, Guy S.

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Free Content Elementary properties of CaV1.3 Ca2+ channels expressed in mouse cochlear inner hair cells
pp. 187-199(13)
Authors: Zampini, Valeria; Johnson, Stuart L.; Franz, Christoph; Lawrence, Neil D.; Münkner, Stefan; Engel, Jutta; Knipper, Marlies; Magistretti, Jacopo; Masetto, Sergio; Marcotti, Walter

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Free Content The ipsilateral motor cortex contributes to cross-limb transfer of performance gains after ballistic motor practice
pp. 201-212(12)
Authors: Lee, Michael; Hinder, Mark R.; Gandevia, Simon C.; Carroll, Timothy J.

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Free Content Ca2+-dependent components of inactivation of unitary cardiac L-type Ca2+ channels
pp. 213-223(11)
Authors: Josephson, Ira R.; Guia, Antonio; Lakatta, Edward G.; Lederer, W. Jonathan; Stern, Michael D.

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Free Content Spinal adenosine A2A receptor inhibition enhances phrenic long term facilitation following acute intermittent hypoxia
pp. 255-266(12)
Authors: Hoffman, M. S.; Golder, F. J.; Mahamed, S.; Mitchell, G. S.

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