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Dev Neurosci (2017) 39 (6): 519–528.
Published Online: 28 October 2017
.... 3-Hydroxykynurenine Neurodevelopment Placenta Schizophrenia The kynurenine pathway (KP) constitutes the main catabolic route of the essential amino acid tryptophan in mammals. The pivotal metabolite of the pathway, L -kynurenine (“kynurenine”), is the direct bioprecursor of 2 neuroactive...
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Dev Neurosci (2015) 37 (3): 253–262.
Published Online: 23 May 2015
...Susan B. Powell; Asma Khan; Jared W. Young; Christine N. Scott; Mahalah R. Buell; Sorana Caldwell; Elisa Tsan; Loek A.W. de Jong; Dean T. Acheson; Jacinta Lucero; Mark A. Geyer; M. Margarita Behrens Cognitive impairments appear early in the progression of schizophrenia, often preceding the symptoms...
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Dev Neurosci (2013) 35 (4): 285–292.
Published Online: 18 June 2013
... into the forebrain [ 10 ]. Dopamine Parkinson’s disease Restless legs syndrome Spinal cord Schizophrenia Zebrafish Dopamine is an important neurotransmitter in the central nervous system (CNS) of vertebrates, where it plays a role in a variety of neuronal functions including behaviour and cognition...
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Dev Neurosci (2013) 34 (6): 463–476.
Published Online: 12 February 2013
... disorders, such as schizophrenia, affect the PFC, and one of the most consistent findings in schizophrenia is a decrease in volume and neuronal number in the MD. Therefore, understanding the role the MD plays in the development of the PFC is important and may help in understanding the progression...
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Dev Neurosci (2012) 34 (2-3): 152–158.
Published Online: 08 May 2012
...Martin J. Schmidt; Karoly Mirnics Schizophrenia is a debilitating neurodevelopmental disorder affecting approximately 1% of the population and imposing a significant burden on society. One of the most replicated and well-established postmortem findings is a deficit in the expression of the gene...
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Dev Neurosci (2012) 34 (2-3): 159–173.
Published Online: 08 May 2012
... for schizophrenia. Previous work has shown that adult Grin1 mutant mice have overt deficits in habituation and sensorimotor gating, exaggerated reactivity to environmental stimuli, reduced social approach, and other alterations that reflect behavioral manifestations of schizophrenia. In humans, the emergence...
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Dev Neurosci (2012) 34 (2-3): 240–249.
Published Online: 08 May 2012
... deficits in adulthood that model abnormalities in schizophrenia patients. A neurophysiological deficit in schizophrenia patients and their first-degree relatives is reduced gating of the P50 event-related potential (ERP). N40 ERP gating in rats may be a cross-species analog of P50 gating, and is disrupted...
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Dev Neurosci (2004) 26 (1): 38–44.
Published Online: 22 October 2004
..., instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Cadherin p120 Gangliothalamic body Velocardiofacial syndrome Schizophrenia Migration, ganglionic eminence neuron Calretinin Interneurons Original Paper Dev Neurosci 2004;26:38 44 DOI: 10.1159/000080710 Received: January 6...
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Dev Neurosci (1991) 13 (4-5): 211–215.
Published Online: 16 December 1991
... of these forms have been diagnosed as schizophrenia. Very seldom, neurological symptoms, especially ataxia, occur without cognitive or psychiatric disturbances. Most of these cases have pyramidal and cerebellar symptoms, at diverse degrees. Seizures can also occur which in some cases can be early symptoms...