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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 591, Number 4, 15 February 2013

Free Content Matchmaking: SK channels, C‐boutons and motor units
pp. 747-748(2)
Authors: Brownstone, Robert M.; Magown, Philippe

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Free Content Ion channels in genetic and acquired forms of epilepsy
pp. 753-764(12)
Authors: Lerche, Holger; Shah, Mala; Beck, Heinz; Noebels, Jeff; Johnston, Dan; Vincent, Angela

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Free Content Cortical inhibition, pH and cell excitability in epilepsy: what are optimal targets for antiepileptic interventions?
pp. 765-774(10)
Authors: Pavlov, Ivan; Kaila, Kai; Kullmann, Dimitri M.; Miles, Richard

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Free Content Synchronization and desynchronization in epilepsy: controversies and hypotheses
pp. 787-797(11)
Authors: Jiruska, Premysl; de Curtis, Marco; Jefferys, John G. R.; Schevon, Catherine A.; Schiff, Steven J.; Schindler, Kaspar

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Free Content The information content of physiological and epileptic brain activity
pp. 799-805(7)
Authors: Trevelyan, Andrew J.; Bruns, Willy; Mann, Edward O.; Crepel, Valerie; Scanziani, Massimo

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Free Content Fast spiking interneuron control of seizure propagation in a cortical slice model of focal epilepsy
pp. 807-822(16)
Authors: Cammarota, Mario; Losi, Gabriele; Chiavegato, Angela; Zonta, Micaela; Carmignoto, Giorgio

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Free Content Astrocytic GABA transporter GAT‐1 dysfunction in experimental absence seizures
pp. 823-833(11)
Authors: Pirttimaki, Tiina; Parri, H. Rheinallt; Crunelli, Vincenzo

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Free Content Distinct roles of GABAB1a‐ and GABAB1b‐containing GABAB receptors in spontaneous and evoked termination of persistent cortical activity
pp. 835-843(9)
Authors: Craig, Michael T.; Mayne, Elizabeth W.; Bettler, Bernhard; Paulsen, Ole; McBain, Chris J.

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Free Content α2‐containing GABAA receptors expressed in hippocampal region CA3 control fast network oscillations
pp. 845-858(14)
Authors: Heistek, Tim S.; Ruiperez‐Alonso, Marta; Timmerman, A. Jaap; Brussaard, Arjen B.; Mansvelder, Huibert D.

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Free Content Evolutionarily conserved differences in pallial and thalamic short‐term synaptic plasticity in striatum
pp. 859-874(16)
Authors: Ericsson, Jesper; Stephenson‐Jones, Marcus; Kardamakis, Andreas; Robertson, Brita; Silberberg, Gilad; Grillner, Sten

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Free Content Expression of postsynaptic Ca2+‐activated K+ (SK) channels at C‐bouton synapses in mammalian lumbar α‐motoneurons
pp. 875-897(23)
Authors: Deardorff, Adam S.; Romer, Shannon H.; Deng, Zhihui; Bullinger, Katie L.; Nardelli, Paul; Cope, Timothy C.; Fyffe, Robert E. W.

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Free Content Late‐onset bursts evoked by mossy fibre bundle stimulation in unipolar brush cells: evidence for the involvement of H‐ and TRP‐currents
pp. 899-918(20)
Authors: Locatelli, F.; Bottà, L.; Prestori, F.; Masetto, S.; D’Angelo, E.

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Free Content Responses of glomus cells to hypoxia and acidosis are uncoupled, reciprocal and linked to ASIC3 expression: selectivity of chemosensory transduction
pp. 919-932(14)
Authors: Lu, Yongjun; Whiteis, Carol A.; Sluka, Kathleen A.; Chapleau, Mark W.; Abboud, François M.

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Free Content Lateral hypothalamic GAD65 neurons are spontaneously firing and distinct from orexin‐ and melanin‐concentrating hormone neurons
pp. 933-953(21)
Authors: Karnani, Mahesh M.; Szabó, Gábor; Erdélyi, Ferenc; Burdakov, Denis

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Free Content Different NMDA receptor subtypes mediate induction of long‐term potentiation and two forms of short‐term potentiation at CA1 synapses in rat hippocampus in vitro
pp. 955-972(18)
Authors: Volianskis, Arturas; Bannister, Neil; Collett, Valerie J.; Irvine, Mark W.; Monaghan, Daniel T.; Fitzjohn, Stephen M.; Jensen, Morten S.; Jane, David E.; Collingridge, Graham L.

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Free Content Early postinjury exercise reverses memory deficits and retards the progression of closed‐head injury in mice
pp. 985-1000(16)
Authors: Chen, Mei‐Feng; Huang, Tung‐Yi; Kuo, Yu‐Min; Yu, Lung; Chen, Hsiun‐ing; Jen, Chauying J.

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Free Content CLC‐3 chloride channels moderate long‐term potentiation at Schaffer collateral–CA1 synapses
pp. 1001-1015(15)
Authors: Farmer, Laurel M.; Le, Brandy N.; Nelson, Deborah J.

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Free Content Beyond muscular effects: depression of spinal recurrent inhibition after botulinum neurotoxin A
pp. 1017-1029(13)
Authors: Marchand‐Pauvert, Véronique; Aymard, Claire; Giboin, Louis‐Solal; Dominici, Federica; Rossi, Alessandro; Mazzocchio, Riccardo

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Free Content Transsynaptic inhibition of spinal transmission by A2 botulinum toxin
pp. 1031-1043(13)
Authors: Akaike, Norio; Shin, Min‐Chul; Wakita, Masahito; Torii, Yasushi; Harakawa, Tetsuhiro; Ginnaga, Akihiro; Kato, Keiko; Kaji, Ryuji; Kozaki, Shunji

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Free Content Suppressed cellular oscillations in after‐hours mutant mice are associated with enhanced circadian phase‐resetting
pp. 1063-1080(18)
Authors: Guilding, Clare; Scott, Fiona; Bechtold, David A.; Brown, Timothy M.; Wegner, Sven; Piggins, Hugh D.

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Free Content Learning to be economical: the energy cost of walking tracks motor adaptation
pp. 1081-1095(15)
Authors: Finley, James M.; Bastian, Amy J.; Gottschall, Jinger S.

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Free Content The modality‐specific contribution of peptidergic and non‐peptidergic nociceptors is manifest at the level of dorsal horn nociresponsive neurons
pp. 1097-1110(14)
Authors: Zhang, Jie; Cavanaugh, Daniel J.; Nemenov, Michael I.; Basbaum, Allan I.

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Free Content Failure of action potential propagation in sensory neurons: mechanisms and loss of afferent filtering in C‐type units after painful nerve injury
pp. 1111-1131(21)
Authors: Gemes, Geza; Koopmeiners, Andrew; Rigaud, Marcel; Lirk, Philipp; Sapunar, Damir; Bangaru, Madhavi Latha; Vilceanu, Daniel; Garrison, Sheldon R.; Ljubkovic, Marko; Mueller, Samantha J.; Stucky, Cheryl L.; Hogan, Quinn H.

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Free Content Dampened dopamine‐mediated neuromodulation in prefrontal cortex of fragile X mice
pp. 1133-1143(11)
Authors: Paul, Kush; Venkitaramani, Deepa V.; Cox, Charles L.

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Free Content Tonic mGluR5/CB1‐dependent suppression of inhibition as a pathophysiological hallmark in the striatum of mice carrying a mutant form of huntingtin
pp. 1145-1166(22)
Authors: Dvorzhak, Anton; Semtner, Marcus; Faber, Donald S.; Grantyn, Rosemarie

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