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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 591, Number 16, 15 August 2013

Free Content Class warfare resolved in the auditory midbrain
pp. 3807-3808(2)
Author: Oliver, Douglas L.

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Free Content Burst activity and ultrafast activation kinetics of CaV1.3 Ca2+ channels support presynaptic activity in adult gerbil hair cell ribbon synapses
pp. 3811-3820(10)
Authors: Zampini, Valeria; Johnson, Stuart L.; Franz, Christoph; Knipper, Marlies; Holley, Matthew C.; Magistretti, Jacopo; Masetto, Sergio; Marcotti, Walter

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Free Content Dynamic regulation of glycine–GABA co‐transmission at spinal inhibitory synapses by neuronal glutamate transporter
pp. 3821-3832(12)
Authors: Ishibashi, Hitoshi; Yamaguchi, Junya; Nakahata, Yoshihisa; Nabekura, Junichi

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Free Content Crosslinking the ligand‐binding domain dimer interface locks kainate receptors out of the main open state
pp. 3873-3885(13)
Authors: Daniels, Bryan A.; Andrews, Elizabeth D.; Aurousseau, Mark R. P.; Accardi, Michael V.; Bowie, Derek

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Free Content Restricted diffusion of calretinin in cerebellar granule cell dendrites implies Ca2+‐dependent interactions via its EF‐hand 5 domain
pp. 3887-3899(13)
Authors: Arendt, Oliver; Schwaller, Beat; Brown, Edward B.; Eilers, Jens; Schmidt, Hartmut

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Free Content Cl homeodynamics in gap junction‐coupled astrocytic networks on activation of GABAergic synapses
pp. 3901-3917(17)
Authors: Egawa, Kiyoshi; Yamada, Junko; Furukawa, Tomonori; Yanagawa, Yuchio; Fukuda, Atsuo

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Free Content The du2J mouse model of ataxia and absence epilepsy has deficient cannabinoid CB1 receptor‐mediated signalling
pp. 3919-3933(15)
Authors: Wang, Xiaowei; Whalley, Benjamin J.; Stephens, Gary J.

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Free Content SNARE proteins are essential in the potentiation of NMDA receptors by group II metabotropic glutamate receptors
pp. 3935-3947(13)
Authors: Cheng, Jia; Liu, Wenhua; Duffney, Lara J.; Yan, Zhen

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Free Content Aggressive behaviour and physiological responses to pheromones are strongly impaired in mice deficient for the olfactory G‐protein γ‐subunit Gγ8
pp. 3949-3962(14)
Authors: Montani, Giorgia; Tonelli, Simone; Sanghez, Valentina; Ferrari, Pier Francesco; Palanza, Paola; Zimmer, Andreas; Tirindelli, Roberto

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Free Content Nitric oxide‐dependent long‐term depression but not endocannabinoid‐mediated long‐term potentiation is crucial for visual recognition memory
pp. 3963-3979(17)
Authors: Tamagnini, Francesco; Barker, Gareth; Warburton, E. Clea; Burattini, Costanza; Aicardi, Giorgio; Bashir, Zafar I.

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Free Content Heterogeneous responses of nucleus incertus neurons to corticotrophin‐releasing factor and coherent activity with hippocampal theta rhythm in the rat
pp. 3981-4001(21)
Authors: Ma, Sherie; Blasiak, Anna; Olucha‐Bordonau, Francisco E.; Verberne, Anthony J. M.; Gundlach, Andrew L.

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Free Content Classification of frequency response areas in the inferior colliculus reveals continua not discrete classes
pp. 4003-4025(23)
Authors: Palmer, Alan R.; Shackleton, Trevor M.; Sumner, Christian J.; Zobay, Oliver; Rees, Adrian

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Free Content Subcortical effects of transcranial direct current stimulation in the rat
pp. 4027-4042(16)
Authors: Bolzoni, F.; Bączyk, M.; Jankowska, E.

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Free Content Specificity in monosynaptic and disynaptic bulbospinal connections to thoracic motoneurones in the rat
pp. 4043-4063(21)
Authors: de Almeida, Anoushka T. R.; Kirkwood, Peter A.

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