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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 589, Number 17, 1 September 2011

Free Content 2Bs or not 2Bs: that is the question
pp. 4085-4086(2)
Author: Connolly, Christopher N.

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Free Content How to make a brain
pp. 4093-4093(1)
Author: Sengpiel, Frank

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Free Content Genetic analysis of neuronal ionotropic glutamate receptor subunits
pp. 4095-4101(7)
Authors: Granger, Adam J.; Gray, John A.; Lu, Wei; Nicoll, Roger A.

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Free Content Molecular mechanisms underlying neurovascular protection in stroke
pp. 4103-4104(2)
Author: Mann, Giovanni E.

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Free Content Cerebral blood flow alteration in neuroprotection following cerebral ischaemia
pp. 4105-4114(10)
Authors: Sutherland, Brad A.; Papadakis, Michalis; Chen, Ruo‐Li; Buchan, Alastair M.

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Free Content Ischaemic stroke: a thrombo‐inflammatory disease?
pp. 4115-4123(9)
Authors: Nieswandt, Bernhard; Kleinschnitz, Christoph; Stoll, Guido

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Free Content Targeting the Nrf2–Keap1 antioxidant defence pathway for neurovascular protection in stroke
pp. 4125-4136(12)
Authors: Alfieri, Alessio; Srivastava, Salil; Siow, Richard C. M.; Modo, Michel; Fraser, Paul A.; Mann, Giovanni E.

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Free Content Neurovascular protection by ischaemic tolerance: role of nitric oxide
pp. 4137-4145(9)
Authors: Iadecola, Costantino; Kahles, Timo; Gallo, Eduardo F.; Anrather, Josef

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Free Content Protective conditioning of the brain: expressway or roadblock?
pp. 4147-4155(9)
Authors: Mergenthaler, Philipp; Dirnagl, Ulrich

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Free Content Intracellular energy status regulates activity in hypocretin/orexin neurones: a link between energy and behavioural states
pp. 4157-4166(10)
Authors: Liu, Zhong‐Wu; Gan, Geliang; Suyama, Shigetomo; Gao, Xiao‐Bing

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Free Content The spatio‐temporal characteristics of action potential initiation in layer 5 pyramidal neurons: a voltage imaging study
pp. 4167-4187(21)
Authors: Popovic, Marko A.; Foust, Amanda J.; McCormick, David A.; Zecevic, Dejan

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Free Content Subthalamic nucleus high‐frequency stimulation generates a concomitant synaptic excitation–inhibition in substantia nigra pars reticulata
pp. 4189-4207(19)
Authors: Bosch, Clémentine; Degos, Bertrand; Deniau, Jean‐Michel; Venance, Laurent

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Free Content GluA4 is indispensable for driving fast neurotransmission across a high‐fidelity central synapse
pp. 4209-4227(19)
Authors: Yang, Yi‐Mei; Aitoubah, Jamila; Lauer, Amanda M.; Nuriya, Mutsuo; Takamiya, Kogo; Jia, Zhengping; May, Bradford J.; Huganir, Richard L.; Wang, Lu‐Yang

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Free Content A novel δ opioid receptor‐mediated enhancement of GABA
pp. 4229-4242(14)
Authors: Margolis, Elyssa B.; Mitchell, Jennifer M.; Hjelmstad, Gregory O.; Fields, Howard L.

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Free Content Cysteine modification reveals which subunits form the ligand binding site in human heteromeric 5‐HT
pp. 4243-4257(15)
Authors: Thompson, A. J.; Price, K. L.; Lummis, S. C. R.

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Free Content Short‐term plasticity impacts information transfer at glutamate synapses onto parvocellular neuroendocrine cells in the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus
pp. 4259-4270(12)
Authors: Marty, Vincent; Kuzmiski, J. Brent; Baimoukhametova, Dinara V.; Bains, Jaideep S.

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Free Content Presynaptic Ca
pp. 4301-4320(20)
Authors: Lin, Kun‐Han; Oleskevich, Sharon; Taschenberger, Holger

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Free Content Activation of β‐adrenergic receptors facilitates heterosynaptic translation‐dependent long‐term potentiation
pp. 4321-4340(20)
Authors: Connor, Steven A.; Wang, Yu Tian; Nguyen, Peter V.

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Free Content –3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in the maternal diet modify the postnatal development of nervous regulation of intestinal permeability in piglets
pp. 4341-4352(12)
Authors: De Quelen, F.; Chevalier, J.; Rolli‐Derkinderen, M.; Mourot, J.; Neunlist, M.; Boudry, G.

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Free Content Rapid and reversible formation of spine head filopodia in response to muscarinic receptor activation in CA1 pyramidal cells
pp. 4353-4364(12)
Authors: Schätzle, Philipp; Ster, Jeanne; Verbich, David; McKinney, R. Anne; Gerber, Urs; Sonderegger, Peter; María Mateos, José

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Free Content Enhanced high‐frequency membrane potential fluctuations control spike output in striatal fast‐spiking interneurones
pp. 4365-4381(17)
Authors: Schulz, Jan M.; Pitcher, Toni L.; Savanthrapadian, Shakuntala; Wickens, Jeffery R.; Oswald, Manfred J.; Reynolds, John N. J.

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