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Neurosignals (2013) 21 (3-4): 129–149.
Published Online: 06 February 2013
... to be downregulated in the temporal lobe of brains from Alzheimer's disease patients. p60TRP is one of the G-protein-coupled receptor (GPCR)-associated proteins which directly influences the signalling capacity of GPCRs. In the present study, we investigated the brain-region-specific proteome profile of transgenic...
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Neurosignals (2013) 21 (3-4): 240–258.
Published Online: 21 August 2012
... to present nonrandom distribution in brain development and glioma progression, which exerts differential regulations on the assembly, differentiation, and function of neural precursors, neurons, glial cells, as well as glioma cells. In the present review, we highlight current knowledge about multiple...
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Neurosignals (2004) 1 (3): 117–131.
Published Online: 26 May 2010
... of experimentally testing such coding theories are described; they involve manipulating the biological signals of neurons and observing the effect of these manipulations on behavior. Biological signals Code Neuron Receptor Retina Cortex Brain Neural coding Sensory coding Frequency coding Impulse coding...
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Neurosignals (2004) 1 (3): 132–142.
Published Online: 26 May 2010
... of experimentally testing such coding theories are described; they involve manipulating the biological signals of neurons and observing the effect of these manipulations on behavior. Biological signals Code Neuron Receptor Retina Cortex Brain Neural coding Sensory coding Frequency coding Impulse coding...
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Neurosignals (2009) 17 (4): 288–297.
Published Online: 30 September 2009
...Adam R. Cole PCTAIRE kinases (PCTKs) are highly conserved serine/threonine kinases that are closely related to cyclin-dependent kinases. They are enriched in post-mitotic neurons of adult brains, suggesting they might perform important neuron-specific functions independent of the cell cycle. So far...
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Neurosignals (2004) 13 (6): 290–297.
Published Online: 23 December 2004
... of cholinergic and γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA)ergic systems, i.e. choline acetyltransferase (ChAT) and glutamic acid decarboxylase (GAD) activities, and a marker for neuropeptide, i.e. level of somatostatin, have been investigated. The brain regions investigated were the hippocampus, amygdala/piriform cortex...
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Neurosignals (2004) 13 (4): 162–174.
Published Online: 19 May 2004
... and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Animal models Brain Hypercapnia Hypoxia Infant brain Ischemia Nicotine Sudden infant death syndrome Review...
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Biological Signals and Receptors (2001) 10 (3-4): 254–262.
Published Online: 24 May 2001
...J. Ojaimi; E. Byrne The brain is highly dependent on aerobic metabolism. Normal mitochondrial function is therefore likely to play a critical role in neuronal function and integrity. Defects in the mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation pathway (OXPHOS) have been demonstrated in aging human tissue...
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Biological Signals and Receptors (1999) 8 (4-5): 281–293.
Published Online: 13 September 1999
... or of their effectiveness, quality or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Hypoxia-ischemia Brain Apoptosis IGF-I Biol Signals Recept 1999;8...
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Neurosignals (2004) 6 (2): 90–100.
Published Online: 21 July 1997
... as well, the concentration of GSH and the GSH/GSSG ratio were decreased following 60 min of swimming. Pretreatment of the rats with melatonin prevented these effects. Pretreatment of the rats with both 5MT and 6HM also prevented the changes. Brain GSH/GSSG ratio was not affected by either exercise...
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Neurosignals (2004) 3 (6): 296–301.
Published Online: 21 December 1994
...F. Arnoult; B. Vivien-Roels; P. Pévet; G. Vernet Melatonin, a well-known pineal substance implicated in conveying photoperiodic information in vertebrates, appears to be present as well in the eyes and brain of the nemertine worm: Lineus lacteus. The nyctohemeral rhythm was studied, too...
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Neurosignals (2004) 3 (4): 198–210.
Published Online: 11 October 1994
...Juan Hidalgo; Teresa Gasull; Mercedes Giralt; Antonio Armario Brain metallothionein (MT) levels have been measured in the rat brain in basal and stress situations with polyclonal antibodies which do not cross-react significantly with the brain-specific MT isoform growth inhibitory factor (MT-III...
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Neurosignals (2004) 3 (3): 150–156.
Published Online: 30 September 1994
...Kiyofumi Saijoh; Hironobu Katsuyama; Kimiaki Sumino Metallothionein (MT) gene expression in the brain has been most thoroughly studied using rodents. Although MT is considered to be a ''housekeeping'' protein even in the brain, the basal MT mRNA expression level is not always high. Differences...