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  1. Decreased glutathione transferase levels in rd1/rd1 mouse retina: Replenishment protects photoreceptors in retinal explants.

    Poonam Ahuja, Romeo Caffé, Sat pal Ahuja, Per Ekström & Theo van Veen, 2005, In : Neuroscience. 131, 4, p. 935-943

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  2. Transient receptor potential vanilloid 1, vanilloid 2 and melastatin 8 immunoreactive nerve fibers in human skin from individuals with and without Norrbottnian congenital insensitivity to pain.

    H E Axelsson, J K Minde, Andreas Sonesson, G Toolanen, Edward Högestätt & Peter Zygmunt, 2009, In : Neuroscience. 162, p. 1322-1332

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  3. Long-term polarization of microglia upon α-synuclein overexpression in nonhuman primates

    P. Barkholt, V. Sanchez-Guajardo, Deniz Kirik & M. Romero-Ramos, 2012, In : Neuroscience. 208, p. 85-96

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  4. Adrenal medulla calcium channel population is not conserved in bovine chromaffin cells in culture

    A Benavides, S Calvo, D Tornero, C González-García & V Ceña, 2004, In : Neuroscience. 128, 1, p. 99-109 11 p.

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  5. Regulation of neurotrophin and trkA, trkB and trkC tyrosine kinase receptor messenger RNA expression in kindling

    J Bengzon, Z Kokaia, P Ernfors, M Kokaia, G Leanza, O G Nilsson, H Persson & O Lindvall, 1993 Mar, In : Neuroscience. 53, 2, p. 433-446

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  6. Characterization of the subventricular zone neurogenic response to rat malignant brain tumors

    Daniel Bexell, Salina Gunnarsson, J. Nordquist & Johan Bengzon, 2007, In : Neuroscience. 147, 3, p. 824-832

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  7. Ecstasy-induced cell death in cortical neuronal cultures is serotonin 2A-receptor-dependent and potentiated under hyperthermia

    J P Capela, Karsten Ruscher, M Lautenschlager, D Freyer, U Dirnagl, A R Gaio, M L Bastos, A Meisel & F Carvalho, 2006, In : Neuroscience. 139, 3, p. 1069-1081

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  8. High resolution immunogold analysis reveals distinct subcellular compartmentation of protein kinase Cγ and δ in rat Purkinje cells

    M. Cardell, A. S. Landsend, J. Eidet, Tadeusz Wieloch, T. W. Blackstad & O. P. Ottersen, 1997 Oct 24, In : Neuroscience. 82, 3, p. 709-725

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  9. Contribution of pre-synaptic mechanisms to l-DOPA-induced dyskinesia.

    Manolo Carta & E Bezard, 2011, In : Neuroscience. 198, p. 245-251

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  10. Enhanced immune response to MMP3 stimulation in microglia expressing mutant huntingtin

    C Connolly, A Magnusson-Lind, G Lu, P K Wagner, A L Southwell, M R Hayden, M Björkqvist & B R Leavitt, 2016, In : Neuroscience. 325, p. 74-88 15 p.

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  11. Environmental enrichment alters nerve growth factor-induced gene A and glucocorticoid receptor messenger RNA expression after middle cerebral artery occlusion in rats

    P Dahlqvist, L Zhao, I M Johansson, Bengt Mattsson, Barbro Johansson, J R Seckl & T Olsson, 1999, In : Neuroscience. 93, 2, p. 527-535

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  12. Effects of postischemic environment on transcription factor and serotonin receptor expression after permanent focal cortical ischemia in rats

    P Dahlqvist, A Ronnback, Anette Risedal, R Nergardh, IM Johansson, JR Seckl, Barbro Johansson & T Olsson, 2003, In : Neuroscience. 119, 3, p. 643-652

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  13. Ectopic Ependymal Cells in Striatum Accompany Neurogenesis in a Rat Model of Stroke.

    Alexandre Danilov, Zaal Kokaia & Olle Lindvall, 2012, In : Neuroscience. 214, p. 159-170

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  14. Addition of allogeneic spleen cells causes rejection of intrastriatal embryonic mesencephalic allografts in the rat

    W M Duan, P Brundin & H Widner, 1997 Mar, In : Neuroscience. 77, 2, p. 599-609 11 p.

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  15. Immune reactions following systemic immunization prior or subsequent to intrastriatal transplantation of allogeneic mesencephalic tissue in adult rats

    W M Duan, H Widner, Eva Maria Grasbon-Frodl & P Brundin, 1995 Feb, In : Neuroscience. 64, 3, p. 629-41

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  16. Differential distribution of calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) and CGRP receptor components (CLR and RAMP1) in the human trigeminal ganglion.

    Sajedeh Eftekhari, Christopher A Salvatore, Amy Calamari, Stefanie A Kane, Janos Tajti & Lars Edvinsson, 2010, In : Neuroscience. 169, 2, p. 683-696

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  17. Brain inflammation and adult neurogenesis: The dual role of microglia.

    C T Ekdahl, Zaal Kokaia & Olle Lindvall, 2009, In : Neuroscience. 158, p. 1021-1029

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  18. Intracellular staining of physiologically identified photoreceptor cells and hyperpolarizing interneurons in the teleost pineal organ

    P. Ekström & H. Meissl, 1988 Jan 1, In : Neuroscience. 25, 3, p. 1061-1070 10 p.

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  19. Characterisation of cell damage and death in embryonic mesencephalic tissue: a study on ultrastructure, vital stains and protease activity.

    Mia Emgård-Mattson, K Blomgren & Patrik Brundin, 2002, In : Neuroscience. 115, 4, p. 1177-1187

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  20. Neurogenesis In The R6/2 Mouse Model Of Huntington'S Disease Is Impaired At The Level Of Neurod1

    Valentina Fedele, Laurent Roybon, Ulrika Nordström, Jia-Yi Li & Patrik Brundin, 2011, In : Neuroscience. 173, p. 76-81

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  21. Septal cholinergic neurons suppress seizure development in hippocampal kindling in rats: comparison with noradrenergic neurons

    Istvan Ferencz, G Leanza, Avtandil Nanobashvili, Zaal Kokaia, Merab Kokaia & Olle Lindvall, 2001, In : Neuroscience. 102, 4, p. 819-832

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  22. Mitochondrial permeability transition induced DNA-fragmentation in the rat hippocampus following hypoglycemia

    M. Ferrand-Drake, H. Friberg & T. Wieloch, 1999 Jun 1, In : Neuroscience. 90, 4, p. 1325-1338 14 p.

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  23. Expression of Pituitary Adenylate Cyclase-activating Peptide, Calcitonin Gene-related Peptide and Headache Targets in the Trigeminal Ganglia of Rats and Humans

    Simona Denise Frederiksen, Karin Warfvinge, Lena Ohlsson & Lars Edvinsson, 2018, In : Neuroscience. 393, p. 319-332 14 p.

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  24. Vasoconstrictor effects in spinal cord of the substance P antagonist [D-Arg, D-Trp7,9 Leu11]-substance P (Spantide) and somatostatin and interaction with thyrotropin releasing hormone

    J Freedman, C Post, J Kåhrström, A Öhlen, P Mollenholt, Christer Owman, L Alari & T Hökfelt, 1988, In : Neuroscience. 27, 1, p. 267-278

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  25. G-CSF prevents caspase 3 activation in Schwann cells after sciatic nerve transection, but does not improve nerve regeneration

    Hanna K Frost, Akira Kodama, Per Ekström & Lars B Dahlin, 2016 Aug 4, In : Neuroscience. 334, p. 55-63 9 p.

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  26. Neuroretinal xenotransplantation to immunocompetent hosts in a discordant species combination.

    Fredrik Ghosh, Ola Rauer & Karin Arnér, 2008, In : Neuroscience. 152, Jan 4, p. 526-533

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  27. Vascularization of fetal neocortical grafts implanted in brain infarcts in spontaneously hypertensive rats

    Martin Grabowski, R H Christofferson, Patrik Brundin & Barbro Johansson, 1992, In : Neuroscience. 51, 3, p. 673-682

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  28. Cerebrovascular Gene Expression in Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats After Transient Middle Cerebral Artery Occlusion

    Anne Sofie Grell, Maryam Mostajeran, Simona Denise Frederiksen, Lars Edvinsson & Saema Ansar, 2017 Dec 26, In : Neuroscience. 367, p. 219-232 14 p.

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  29. Involvement of axonal phospholipase A2 activity in the outgrowth of adult mouse sensory axons in vitro

    M. Hornfelt, Per Ekström & A. Edström, 1999 Jul, In : Neuroscience. 91, 4, p. 1539-1547

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  30. Animal models of l-DOPA-induced dyskinesia: an update on the current options.

    Hanna Iderberg, Veronica Francardo & E Y Pioli, 2012, In : Neuroscience. 211, p. 13-27

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  31. Galanin gene transfer curtails generalized seizures in kindled rats without altering hippocampal synaptic plasticity

    Irene Kanter Schlifke, Andreas Toft Sörensen, Marco Ledri, E Kuteeva, T Hokfelt & Merab Kokaia, 2007, In : Neuroscience. 150, 4, p. 984-992

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  32. Immunolesioning of basal forebrain cholinergic neurons facilitates hippocampal kindling and perturbs neurotrophin messenger RNA regulation

    Merab Kokaia, Istvan Ferencz, G Leanza, Eskil Elmer, M Metsis, Zaal Kokaia, R G Wiley & Olle Lindvall, 1996, In : Neuroscience. 70, 2, p. 313-327

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  33. Focal cerebral ischemia in rats induces expression of p75 neurotrophin receptor in resistant striatal cholinergic neurons

    Z. Kokaia, G. Andsberg, A. Martinez-Serrano & O. Lindvall, 1998 Jun, In : Neuroscience. 84, 4, p. 1113-1125

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  34. Severe Traumatic Brain Injury Management and Clinical Outcome Using the Lund Concept.

    L-O D Koskinen, M Olivecrona & Per-Olof Grände, 2014, In : Neuroscience. 283, Jun 25, p. 245-255

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  35. Intracellular Nogo-A facilitates initiation of neurite formation in mouse midbrain neurons in vitro.

    Zuzanna Kurowska, Patrik Brundin, Martin E Schwab & Jia-Yi Li, 2014, In : Neuroscience. 256, p. 456-466

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  36. North Sea Progressive Myoclonus Epilepsy is Exacerbated by Heat, A Phenotype Primarily Associated with Affected Glia

    Roald A. Lambrechts, Sjoukje S. Polet, Alejandra Hernandez-Pichardo, Lisa van Ninhuys, Jenke A. Gorter, Nicola A. Grzeschik, Marina A.J. de Koning-Tijssen, Tom J. de Koning & Ody C.M. Sibon, 2019 Dec 15, In : Neuroscience. 423, p. 1-11 11 p.

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  37. Effects of glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor on axonal growth and apoptosis in adult mammalian sensory neurons in vitro

    P. Leclere, P. Ekström, A. Edström, J. Priestley, S. Averill & D. A. Tonge, 1997 Oct 17, In : Neuroscience. 82, 2, p. 545-558

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  38. Delayed inhibition of Nogo-A does not alter injury-induced axonal sprouting but enhances recovery of cognitive function following experimental traumatic brain injury in rats

    P M Lenzlinger, S Shimizu, N Marklund, H J Thompson, M E Schwab, K E Saatman, R C Hoover, F M Bareyre, M Motta, A Luginbuhl, R Pape, A K Clouse, C Morganti-Kossmann & T K McIntosh, 2005, In : Neuroscience. 134, 3, p. 1047-56

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  39. Central projections of sensory innervation of the rat superior sagittal sinus.

    Y Liu, Jonas Broman & Lars Edvinsson, 2004, In : Neuroscience. 129, 2, p. 431-437

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