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Building Brains   Hormones in Neuro-degeneration, Neuroprotection and Neurogenesis   The Allen Reference Atlas   Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
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The Allen Reference Atlas: A Digital Color Brain Atlas of the C57BL/6J Male Mouse
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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Management and Policy Perspectives of FASD
David Price, Andrew P. Jarman, John O. Mason, Peter C. Kind
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  Edward P. Riley (Editor), Sterling Clarren (Editor), Joanne Weinberg (Editor), Egon Jonsson (Editor)
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  Essential Reading
Adult Neurogenesis Special Issue   Special Issue on Cortical Interneurons   eLS   WIREs Systems Biology and Medicine
Adult Neurogenesis Special Issue   Special Issue on
Neuronal Polarity
  eLS   WIREs Systems Biology and Medicine
This Special Issue of EJN encompasses a wide spectrum of views and opinions by leaders in the field, allowing any interested reader to keep facts from fiction in this rapidly expanding research field.   This Special Issue brings together reviews that illuminate the latest findings on how neurons establish and maintain axon and dendrite polarity in organisms ranging from C. elegans to Drosophila to mammals.   A comprehensive resource for students, lecturers and researchers with over 4,700 specially commissioned, peer-reviewed articles spanning the life sciences. Articles include:
Brain: neurodevelopmental genetics
  This authoritative resource promotes cross-disciplinary discussion of systems concepts in the life sciences and medicine, with access to up-to-date content including:
Functional genomics of the brain: uncovering networks in the CNS using a systems approach
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Introducing Radiology Corner   TRP Channels: from Structure to Disease   Comprehensive Physiology   WIREs Cognitive Science
Introducing Radiology Corner   TRP Channels: from Structure to Disease   Comprehensive Physiology   WIREs Cognitive Science
Bookmark this new website – and  keep informed of latest news and Wiley content within all areas of medical imaging   Read these Symposium Section Reviews published in the 1 April 2011 issue of The Journal of Physiology following the Bernd Nilius Festschrift in 2010.   Comprehensive Physiology, which includes the landmark publication Handbook of Physiology, is the most authoritative online collection of review content in the physiological sciences. Articles include:
Neural Control of Renal Function
  A new forum promoting cross-disciplinary research on cognitive functions such as perception and action, memory and learning, language and communication.
Articles include:
Molecular genetics and molecular biology of dyslexia
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Brain and Behavior
  Cutting Edge Research
Journal of Neuroscience Research   European Journal of Neuroscience   GLIA   Human Brain Mapping
Peripheral reduction of β-amyloid is sufficient to reduce brain β-amyloid: Implications for Alzheimer's disease   Reduction in hippocampal neurogenesis after social defeat is long-lasting and responsive to late antidepressant treatment   An Alzheimer's disease-relevant presenilin-1 mutation augments amyloid-beta-induced oligodendrocyte dysfunction   Structural and functional bases for individual differences in motor learning

SYNAPSE   Journal of Neurochemistry   Genes, Brain and Behavior   Journal of Pineal Research
Astrocytes are crucial for survival and maturation of embryonic hippocampal neurons in a neuron-glia cell-insert coculture assay   Winner of the Mark A. Smith Award
Conformational changes in extracellular loop 2 associated with signal transduction in the glycine receptor
  Effects of brain-derived neurotrophic factor on dopaminergic function and motor behavior during aging   The disaster in Japan: utility of melatonin in providing protection against ionizing radiation
  Free Articles
IKKβ-mediated myeloid cell activation exacerbates inflammation and inhibits recovery after spinal cord injury
Junghee Kang et al.
European Journal of Immunology

The interleukin-7 receptor α chain contributes to altered homeostasis of regulatory T cells in multiple sclerosis
Jürgen Haas, Mirjam Korporal, Alexander Schwarz, Bettina Balint and Brigitte Wildemann
European Journal of Immunology

Amyloid Precursor Protein mutation E682K at the alternative β-secretase cleavage β'- site increases Aβ generation
Lujia Zhou,  Bart De Strooper et al.
EMBO Molecular Medicine

A CAG repeat polymorphism of KCNN3 predicts SK3 channel function and cognitive performance in schizophrenia
Sabrina Grube, Hannelore Ehrenreich et al.
EMBO Molecular Medicine

Brain networks: Graph theoretical analysis and development models
Myoung Won Cho, M. Y. Choi
International Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology

Review: An update on inflammatory and autoimmune myopathies
M. C. Dalakas
Neuropathology and Applied Neurobiology

Purple Sweet Potato Color Alleviates D-galactose-induced Brain Aging in Old Mice by Promoting Survival of Neurons via PI3K Pathway and Inhibiting Cytochrome C-mediated Apoptosis
Jun Lu, Dong-mei Wu, Yuan-lin Zheng, Bin Hu, Zi-feng Zhang
Brain Pathology

Visual threshold is set by linear and nonlinear mechanisms in the retina that mitigate noise : How neural circuits in the retina improve the signal-to-noise ratio of the single-photon response
Johan Pahlberg and Alapakkam P. Sampath
BioEssays

From songs to synapses: Molecular mechanisms of birdsong memory : Molecular mechanisms of auditory learning in songbirds involve immediate early genes, including zenk and arc, the ERK/MAPK pathway and synapsins
Sanne Moorman, Claudio V. Mello and Johan J. Bolhuis
BioEssays

Epigenetics and the brain: Transcriptome sequencing reveals new depths to genomic imprinting
Gavin Kelsey
BioEssays

Synthesis and biological evaluation of 125I/123I-labelled analogues of citalopram and escitalopram as potential radioligands for imaging of the serotonin transporter
Jacob Madsen, Betina Elfving, Vibe G. Frokjaer, Birgitte R. Kornum, Gerda Thomsen, Lars Martiny, Gitte M. Knudsen
Journal of Labelled Compounds and Radiopharmaceuticals

Evoked local field potentials can explain temporal variation in blood oxygenation level-dependent responses in rat somatosensory cortex
Joanna K. Huttunen, Juha-Pekka Niskanen, Lauri J. Lehto, Antti M. Airaksinen, Eini I. Niskanen, Markku Penttonen, Olli Gröhn
NMR in Biomedicine

Optical complexities of living cytoplasm – implications for live cell imaging and photo-micromanipulation techniques
S. Dewitt, M.B. Hallett
Journal of Microscopy

Tracking Stem Cell Differentiation in the Setting of Automated Optogenetic Stimulation
Albrecht Stroh, Hsing-Chen Tsai, Li-Ping Wang, Feng Zhang, Jenny Kressel, Alexander Aravanis, Nandhini Santhanam, Karl Deisseroth, Arthur Konnerth, M. Bret Schneider
STEM CELLS

Neurogenesis in the Adult Goldfish Cerebellum
Luz M. Delgado, Oliver Schmachtenberg
The Anatomical Record
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