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Volume 222, Number 2, 31 January 1997

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Modulation of neurotransmitter release by opioid - and -receptors from adrenergic terminals in the myenteric plexus of the guinea-pig colon: effect of α2-autoreceptor blockade
pp. 75-78(4)
Authors: Cosentino, M.; Marino, F.; Bombelli, R.; Ferrari, M.; Rasini, E.; Giaroni, C.; Lecchini, S.; Gianmario Frigo

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Effects of androgen receptor polyglutamine tract expansion on proliferation of NG108-15 cells
pp. 83-86(4)
Authors: Nakajima, H.; Kimura, F.; Nakagawa, T.; Toshiyuki; Furutama, D.; Shinoda, K.; Kato, S.; Shimizu, A.; Ohsawa, N.

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Loss of day-night differences in VIP mRNA levels in the suprachiasmatic nucleus of aged rats
pp. 99-102(4)
Authors: Kawakami, F.; Okamura, H.; Tamada, Y.; Maebayashi, Y.; Fukui, K.; Ibata, Y.

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On the existence of different alpha band rhythms in the hand area of man
pp. 103-106(4)
Authors: Andrew, C.; Pfurtscheller, G.

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Antinociceptive effects of a pulsed magnetic field in the land snail, Cepaea nemoralis
pp. 107-110(4)
Authors: W. Thomas, A.; Kavaliers, M.; Prato, F.S.; Klaus

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Evidence for reactive magnetic 10-Hz rhythm in the human auditory cortex
pp. 111-114(4)
Authors: Lehtela, L.; Salmelin, R.; Hari, R.

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Presenilin-1 gene intronic polymorphism in sporadic and familial Azheimer's disease
pp. 132-134(3)
Authors: Sorbi, S.; Nacmias, B.; Tedde, A.; Forleo, P.; Piacentini, S.; Latorraca, S.; Amaducci, L.

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