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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 588, Number 13, 1 July 2010

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Free Content Can one ‘Bad Egg’ really spoil the batch?
pp. 2283-2284(2)
Authors: Moeller, Hanne B.; Fenton, Robert A.

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Free Content Danes with brains
pp. 2285-2285(1)
Author: Kayser, Bengt

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Free Content Entrapment neuropathy and beyond
pp. 2289-2289(1)
Author: Kaji, Ryuji

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Free Content TMEM16A/Anoctamin 1 protein mediates calcium‐activated chloride currents in pulmonary arterial smooth muscle cells
pp. 2305-2314(10)
Authors: Manoury, Boris; Tamuleviciute, Aiste; Tammaro, Paolo

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Free Content A new role for bicarbonate secretion in cervico‐uterine mucus release
pp. 2329-2342(14)
Authors: Muchekehu, Ruth W.; Quinton, Paul M.

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Free Content Estimation of ambient GABA levels in layer I of the mouse neonatal cortex in brain slices
pp. 2351-2360(10)
Authors: Dvorzhak, Anton; Myakhar, Olga; Unichenko, Petr; Kirmse, Knut; Kirischuk, Sergei

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Free Content Regulation of AMPA receptor channels and synaptic plasticity by cofilin phosphatase Slingshot in cortical neurons
pp. 2361-2371(11)
Authors: Yuen, Eunice Y.; Liu, Wenhua; Kafri, Tal; Van Praag, Henriette; Yan, Zhen

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Free Content Mechanisms of synchronous activity in cerebellar Purkinje cells
pp. 2373-2390(18)
Authors: Wise, Andrew K.; Cerminara, Nadia L.; Marple‐Horvat, Dilwyn E.; Apps, Richard

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Free Content Voluntary activation of ankle muscles is accompanied by subcortical facilitation of their antagonists
pp. 2391-2402(12)
Authors: Geertsen, Svend S.; Zuur, Abraham T.; Nielsen, Jens B.

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Free Content Electrical and chemical synapses between relay neurons in developing thalamus
pp. 2403-2415(13)
Authors: Lee, Seung‐Chan; Cruikshank, Scott J.; Connors, Barry W.

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Free Content Cardiomyocytes with disrupted CFTR function require CaMKII and Ca2+‐activated Cl− channel activity to maintain contraction rate
pp. 2417-2429(13)
Authors: Sellers, Zachary M.; De Arcangelis, Vania; Xiang, Yang; Best, Philip M.

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Free Content Exercise training inhibits inflammatory cytokines and more than prevents myocardial dysfunction in rats with sustained β‐adrenergic hyperactivity
pp. 2431-2442(12)
Authors: Serra, Andrey J.; Santos, Marília H. H.; Bocalini, Danilo S.; Antônio, Ednei L.; Levy, Rozeli F.; Santos, Alexandra A.; Higuchi, Maria L.; Silva Jr., José A.; Magalhães, Flávio C.; Baraúna, Valério G.; Krieger, José E.; Tucci, Paulo J. F.

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Free Content Postnatal development of mouse heart: formation of energetic microdomains
pp. 2443-2454(12)
Authors: Piquereau, Jérôme; Novotova, Marta; Fortin, Dominique; Garnier, Anne; Ventura‐Clapier, Renée; Veksler, Vladimir; Joubert, Frédéric

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Free Content Peripheral chemoreceptors determine the respiratory sensitivity of central chemoreceptors to CO2
pp. 2455-2471(17)
Authors: Blain, Gregory M.; Smith, Curtis A.; Henderson, Kathleen S.; Dempsey, Jerome A.

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Free Content Endogenous endothelin stimulates cardiac sympathetic afferents during ischaemia
pp. 2473-2486(14)
Authors: Fu, Liang‐Wu; Guo, Zhi‐Ling; Longhurst, John C.

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Free Content Effects of respiratory muscle work on blood flow distribution during exercise in heart failure
pp. 2487-2501(15)
Authors: Olson, Thomas P.; Joyner, Michael J.; Dietz, Niki M.; Eisenach, John H.; Curry, Timothy B.; Johnson, Bruce D.

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Free Content Properties of low‐threshold motor axons in the human median nerve
pp. 2503-2515(13)
Authors: Trevillion, Louise; Howells, James; Bostock, Hugh; Burke, David

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