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Volume 102, Supplement 175, December 2000

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Introduction
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Consequences of head trauma in an animal model
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Author: Soltesz, I.

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Perinatal insults and epilepsy
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Author: Holmes, G. L.

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4. Genetic association studies of idiopathic generalized epilepsy
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Authors: Nashef, L.; Blower, J.; Chioza, B. A.; Goodwin, H. J.; McCormick, D.; Asherson, P.; Makoff, A. J.

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Manifestation of dopamine and glutamate systems dysfunction in animal models of schizoid behavior
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Authors: Caron, M. G.; Mohn, A. R.; Gainetdinov, R. R.

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Nature in the development of epilepsy
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Authors: Noebels, J. L.; Burgess, D. L.; Qian, J.

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Cell grafts in epilepsy: therapeutic prospects and problems
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Authors: Meldrum, B. S.; Chapman, A. G.; Tang, E.; Keaney, K.; Patel, S.; Chadwick, A.; Hodges, H.

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Hormones and antiepileptic drugs
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Author: Taubøll, E.

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Genomics and epilepsy research in the new millenium
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Authors: Dingledine, R.; Doherty, J.

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Estrogens and neuropsychiatric disorders
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Authors: Österlund, M. K.; Overstreet, D. H.; Gustafsson, J.-A.; Hurd, Y. L.

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Cellular mechanisms in the cyclic affective disorders
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Authors: Post, R. M.; Leverich, G. S.; Weiss, S. R. B.; Speer, A. M.; Obrocea, G.; Denicoff, K. D.

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Receptor turnover in the central nervous system
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Author: Henley, J. M.

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Characterization of neural stem cells in the adult CNS
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Authors: Johansson, C. B.; Momma, S.; Clarke, D. L.; Lendahl, U.; Frisen, J.

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Drug development in the genomic era
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Author: Hosford, D. A.

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Prolonged febrile seizures: neuroanatomical and functional consequences
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Authors: Dube, C.; Bender, R. A.; Chen, K.; Toth, Z.; Eghbal-Ahmadi, M.; Soltesz, I; Baram, T. Z.

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Strategies to identify genes contributing to epilepsy in man
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Author: Steinlein, O. K.

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3. Redistribution of neuroactive amino acids in rat hippocampus and striatum during hypoglycemia: a quantitative immunogold study
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Authors: Gundersen, V.; Fonnum, F.; Ottersen, O. P.; Storm-Mathisen, J.

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Genetic basis for myoclonic epilepsies
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Author: Lehesjoki, A.-E.

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Hormones and epilepsy
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Author: Herzog, A. G.

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5. Molecular dating of senile plaques in the brains of individuals with Down syndrome.
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Authors: Torp, R.; Azizeh, B. Y.; Head, E.; Cotman, C.

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Adaptive electric field control of epileptic seizures
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Authors: Gluckman, B. J.; Nguyen, H.; Schiff, S. J.

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