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Volume 6, Number 5, October 1996

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Neuronal and glial cell biology
pp. 573-575(3)
Authors: Rubin, L.L.; Sanes, J.R.

Viral vectors for modulating gene expression in neurons
pp. 576-583(8)
Authors: Slack, R.S.; Miller, F.D.

The Notch pathway: democracy and aristocracy in the selection of cell fate
pp. 594-601(8)
Authors: Kopan, R.; Turner, D.L.

Ion channel associated proteins
pp. 602-608(7)
Authors: Sheng, M.; Kim, E.

ICE-like proteases execute the neuronal death program
pp. 609-614(6)
Authors: Martinou, J.; Sadoul, R.

New views on synapse-glia interactions
pp. 615-621(7)
Authors: Pfrieger, F.W.; Barres, B.A.

Cell adhesion, cell junctions and the blood-brain barrier
pp. 622-627(6)
Authors: Staddon, J.M.; Rubin, L.L.

Disease, transplantation and regeneration
pp. 635-637(3)
Authors: Choi, D.W.; Gage, F.H.

Huntington's disease: translating a CAG repeat into a pathogenic mechanism
pp. 638-643(6)
Authors: MacDonald, M.E.; Gusella, J.F.

The Alzheimer diseases
pp. 644-650(7)
Author: Roses, A.D.

Transgenic models of neurodegenerative diseases
pp. 651-660(10)
Authors: Lee, M.K.; Borchelt, D.R.; Wong, P.C.; Sisodia, S.S.; Price, D.L.

Mitochondria, free radicals, and neurodegeneration
pp. 661-666(6)
Author: Beal, M.F.

Ischemia-induced neuronal apoptosis
pp. 667-672(6)
Author: Choi, D.W.

Rasmussen's encephalitis: an autoimmune disorder?
pp. 673-678(6)
Authors: Ian Andrews, P.; McNamara, J.O.

Therapeutic horizons for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
pp. 679-687(9)
Author: Rothstein, J.D.

Neuronal progenitors as tools for cell replacement in the nervous system
pp. 688-695(8)
Authors: Brustle, O.; McKay, R.D.

pp. 699-699(1)

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