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Volume 233, Number 1, 12 September 1997

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Nucleo-plasmic index variability in dorsal root ganglion neurons of the lizard (Podarcis sicula) during neuronal hypertrophy
pp. 1-4(4)
Authors: Borrione, P.; Fabiani, L.; Geuna, S.; Giacobini-Robecchi, M.G.

Aging attenuates diurnal variation in hamster locomotion, anxiolysis and GABA turnover
pp. 9-12(4)
Authors: Golombek, D.A.; Rosenstein, R.E.; Yannielli, P.C.; Keller Sarmiento, M.I.; Cardinali, D.P.

Protein synthesis inhibitor transiently reduces neuronal death in the thalamus of spontaneously hypertensive rats following cortical infarction
pp. 25-28(4)
Authors: Watanabe, H.; Kumon, Y.; Ohta, S.; Nakano, K.; Sakaki, S.; Matsuda, S.; Sakanaka, M.

Increased expression of midkine during the progression of human astrocytomas
pp. 29-32(4)
Authors: Mishima, K.; Asai, A.; Kadomatsu, K.; Ino, Y.; Nomura, K.; Narita, Y.; Muramatsu, T.; Kirino, T.

Preattentive processing of complex sounds in the human brain
pp. 33-36(4)
Authors: Alho, K.; Sinervo, N.

Time-dependent blockade of STP and LTP in hippocampal slices following acute stress in mice
pp. 41-44(4)
Authors: Garcia, R.; Musleh, W.; Tocco, G.; Thompson, R.F.; Baudry, M.

Apolipoprotein E gene polymorphism in early and late onset bipolar patients
pp. 45-48(4)
Authors: Bellivier, F.; Laplanche, J.; Schurhoff, F.; Feingold, J.; Feline, A.; Jouvent, R.; Launay, J.; Leboyer, M.

Ischemic and excitotoxic damage to brain slices from normal and microencephalic rats
pp. 53-57(5)
Authors: Virgili, M.; vandi, M.; Contestabile, A.

Does isatin interact with rat brain monoamine oxidases in vivo?
pp. 58-60(3)
Authors: Panova, N.G.; Zemskova, M.A.; Axenova, L.N.; Medvedev, A.E.

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