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  1. Impact of an In-Hospital Endocarditis Team and a State-Wide Endocarditis Network on Perioperative Outcomes
  2. Epigenetic Modifications Associated with Maternal Anxiety during Pregnancy and Children’s Behavioral Measures
  3. The Right Hemisphere Is Responsible for the Greatest Differences in Human Brain Response to High-Arousing Emotional versus Neutral Stimuli: A MEG Study
  4. Network instability dynamics drive a transient bursting period in the developing hippocampus in vivo
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  6. Research data management in clinical neuroscience: the national research data infrastructure initiative
  7. NFDI-Neuro: building a community for neuroscience research data management in Germany
  8. Disease aggressiveness signatures of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis in white matter tracts revealed by the D50 disease progression model
  9. Risk of postoperative neurological exacerbation in patients with infective endocarditis and intracranial haemorrhage
  10. Triage of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Patients during the COVID-19 Pandemic: An Application of the D50 Model
  11. Tissue-specific Gene Expression Changes Are Associated with Aging in Mice
  12. Knowledge, Motivation and Sustainability: Divergent Effects of a Staff Training Program on Residents and Specialists in Acute Stroke Care
  13. The Effect of Endovascular Thrombectomy Studies on the Decision to Transfer Patients in a Telestroke Network
  14. Dissecting Aging and Senescence—Current Concepts and Open Lessons
  15. Acute Encephalopathy and Cardiac Arrest Induced by Intrathecal Gadolinium Administration
  16. An 82-Year-Old Man With Sleep-Onset Insomnia, Breathing Arrest, and Heart Failure
  17. Measuring Anxiety in Older Adults: Development, Diagnostic Accuracy, and Preliminary Validation of a Short-Form of the German Geriatric Anxiety Scale (GAS-G-SF)
  18. Conserved aging-related signatures of senescence and inflammation in different tissues and species
  19. Association of Surgical Hematoma Evacuation vs Conservative Treatment With Functional Outcome in Patients With Cerebellar Intracerebral Hemorrhage
  20. Automated objective and marker-free facial grading using photographs of patients with facial palsy
  21. The importance of different learning stages for motor sequence learning after stroke
  22. Poor emotional well-being is associated with rapid progression in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  23. Maternal psychosocial stress during early gestation impairs fetal structural brain development in sheep
  24. Intensivmedizinische Aspekte der Autoimmunenzephalitis
  25. Changes in Oral Microbial Ecology of C57BL/6 Mice at Different Ages Associated with Sampling Methodology
  26. Reproducibility of in‐hospital worsening heart failure event adjudication in the RELAX‐AHF‐EU trial
  27. Gastric dysmotility in Parkinson's disease is not caused by alterations of the gastric pacemaker cells
  28. Cognitive deficits have only limited influence on health-related quality of life in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  29. Propentdyopents as Heme Degradation Intermediates Constrict Mouse Cerebral Arterioles and Are Present in the Cerebrospinal Fluid of Patients With Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
  30. Characteristics in Non–Vitamin K Antagonist Oral Anticoagulant–Related Intracerebral Hemorrhage
  31. Publisher Correction: Transcriptomic alterations during ageing reflect the shift from cancer to degenerative diseases in the elderly
  32. Dabigatran for Prevention of Stroke after Embolic Stroke of Undetermined Source
  33. Association Between Systemic Inflammation, Carotid Arteriosclerosis, and Autonomic Dysfunction
  34. Plasma VCAM1 levels correlate with disease severity in Parkinson’s disease
  35. Autoimmune encephalitis with anti-IgLON5 and anti-GABAB-receptor antibodies
  36. Divide or Commit – Revisiting the Role of Cell Cycle Regulators in Adult Hippocampal Neurogenesis
  37. Heparin for prophylaxis of venous thromboembolism in intracerebral haemorrhage
  38. Data on adherence to medication in neurological patients using the German Stendal Adherence to Medication Score (SAMS)
  39. Talk About Thrombolysis. Regular Case-Based Discussions of Stroke Thrombolysis Improve Door-to-Needle Time by 20%
  40. Präoperative Konditionierung im Alter – Gerontochirurgie
  41. Biomarkers for Dementia, Fatigue, and Depression in Parkinson's Disease
  42. “To rout or snort in the sleepe” a detailed medical description of sleep-disordered breathing and its consequences by Georg Grau in 1688
  43. Investigation of mitochondrial calcium uniporter role in embryonic and adult motor neurons from G93AhSOD1 mice
  44. Somatostatin Interneurons Promote Neuronal Synchrony in the Neonatal Hippocampus
  45. The impact of motor impairment on the processing of sensory information
  46. Clusters of non-adherence to medication in neurological patients
  47. Disease progression impacts health-related quality of life in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  48. Phenotypic and functional differences between senescent and aged murine microglia
  49. Reaction to Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress via ATF6 in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Deteriorates With Aging
  50. Stroke accelerates and uncouples intrinsic and synaptic excitability maturation of mouse hippocampal DCX+ adult-born granule cells
  51. Very Low Frequency Heart Rate Variability Predicts the Development of Post-Stroke Infections
  52. Comparison of anonymous versus nonanonymous responses to a medication adherence questionnaire in patients with Parkinson’s disease
  53. Cause or effect: Altered brain and network activity in cervical dystonia is partially normalized by botulinum toxin treatment
  54. Interferon‐γ Receptor 1 and GluR1 upregulated in motor neurons of symptomatic hSOD 1G93A mice
  55. Developing a Neuroimaging Biomarker for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: Multi-Center Data Sharing and the Road to a “Global Cohort”
  56. Cell cycle-dependent and -independent telomere shortening accompanies murine brain aging
  57. Wie viele potenzielle Organspender gibt es wirklich?
  58. In Older Patients Treated for Dizziness and Vertigo in Multimodal Rehabilitation Somatic Deficits Prevail While Anxiety Plays a Minor Role Compared to Young and Middle Aged Patients
  59. Management and prognostic markers in patients with autoimmune encephalitis requiring ICU treatment
  60. Acute Stroke Treatment by Surgical Recanalization of Extracranial Internal Carotid Artery Occlusion: A Single Center Experience
  61. Enhancement of face-sensitive ERPs in older adults induced by face recognition training
  62. Sepsis-associated encephalopathy
  63. Dual Task Effects on Visual Attention Capacity in Normal Aging
  64. Not your average Saturday night palsy–High resolution nerve ultrasound resolves rare cause of wrist drop
  65. Intermediate compartment (IC): from pre-Golgi vacuoles to a semi-autonomous membrane system
  66. B-cell depletion is ineffective in a patient with granulomatous optic neuropathy
  67. Effects of Temporary Functional Deafferentation in Chronic Stroke Patients: Who Profits More?
  68. Ultrasonography of the Vagus Nerve in Parkinson's Disease
  69. Universal characteristics of evolution and development are inherent in fetal autonomic brain maturation
  70. The Use of Ostrich Eggs for In Ovo Research: Making Preclinical Imaging Research Affordable and Available
  71. Impact of transcranial direct current stimulation on structural plasticity of the somatosensory system
  72. Impact of transcranial direct current stimulation on somatosensory transfer learning: When the secondary somatosensory cortex comes into play
  73. European Stroke Organisation Conference: Abstracts
  74. Dysregulation of chemokine receptor expression and function in leukocytes from ALS patients
  75. Frataxin overexpression in Müller cells protects retinal ganglion cells in a mouse model of ischemia/reperfusion injury in vivo
  76. Value of the eazyplex® CSF direct assay in rapid diagnosis of invasive meningococcal disease – Case report
  77. Management of therapeutic anticoagulation in patients with intracerebral haemorrhage and mechanical heart valves
  78. Rapid increases in nitrogen oxides are associated with acute myocardial infarction: A case-crossover study
  79. Transfer of Patients in a Telestroke Network: What Are the Relevant Factors for Making This Decision?
  80. Transcriptomic alterations during ageing reflect the shift from cancer to degenerative diseases in the elderly
  81. Association of prothrombin complex concentrate administration and hematoma enlargement in non-vitamin K antagonist oral anticoagulant-related intracerebral hemorrhage
  82. Weather, Weather Changes and the Risk of Bell’s Palsy: A Multicenter Case-Crossover Study
  83. Somatosensory deficits
  84. Akuter Schlaganfall – Aufgabe für Notarzt oder Rettungsassistent?
  85. Motor-cognitive dual-task performance: effects of a concurrent motor task on distinct components of visual processing capacity
  86. Targeting Pioglitazone Hydrochloride Therapy After Stroke or Transient Ischemic Attack According to Pretreatment Risk for Stroke or Myocardial Infarction
  87. Tissue-, sex-, and age-specific DNA methylation of rat glucocorticoid receptor gene promoter and insulin-like growth factor 2 imprinting control region
  88. Impact of chronic maternal stress during early gestation on maternal–fetal stress transfer and fetal stress sensitivity in sheep
  89. Adult hippocampal neurogenesis poststroke: More new granule cells but aberrant morphology and impaired spatial memory
  90. Smoking cessation and outcome after ischemic stroke or TIA
  91. Sigma 1 receptor activation modifies intracellular calcium exchange in the G93A hSOD1 ALS model
  92. DNA strand breaks and TDP-43 mislocation are absent in the murine hSOD1G93A model of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis in vivo and in vitro
  93. Automatic affective responses towards the bed in patients with primary insomnia: evidence for a negativity bias
  94. Mit Notarzt schneller zur Lyse
  95. Protein expression in tension wood formation monitored at high tissue resolution in Populus
  96. Effects of Prenatal Stress on Structural Brain Development and Aging in Humans
  97. Bilateral vestibulopathy with positive Tullio phenomenon
  98. Neurofilament markers for ALS correlate with extent of upper and lower motor neuron disease
  99. Weather as a risk factor for epileptic seizures: A case-crossover study
  100. Monitoring fetal maturation—objectives, techniques and indices of autonomic function
  101. The Influence of Eye Closure on Somatosensory Discrimination: A Trade-off Between Simple Perception and Discrimination
  102. GABA in development
  103. Inpatient treatment of patients with acute idiopathic peripheral facial palsy: A population-based healthcare research study
  104. Impact of sleep disordered breathing on short-term post-operative outcome after elective coronary artery bypass graft surgery: a prospective observational study
  105. Transcriptional profiling reveals protective mechanisms in brains of long-lived mice
  106. Effect of skilled reaching training and enriched environment on generation of oligodendrocytes in the adult sensorimotor cortex and corpus callosum
  107. Transfer of maternal psychosocial stress to the fetus
  108. Fetal Sheep Mesenteric Resistance Arteries: Functional and Structural Maturation
  109. Acknowledgment of Reviewers, 2016
  110. The Processing of Somatosensory Information Shifts from an Early Parallel into a Serial Processing Mode: A Combined fMRI/MEG Study
  111. Vertigo and the processing of vestibular information: A review in the context of predictive coding
  112. Development of somatosensory-evoked potentials in foetal sheep: effects of betamethasone
  113. What you get from what you see: Parametric assessment of visual processing capacity in multiple sclerosis and its relation to cognitive fatigue
  114. The Effect of Spinal Tap Test on Different Sensory Modalities of Postural Stability in Idiopathic Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus
  115. Column-like Ca 2+ clusters in the mouse neonatal neocortex revealed by three-dimensional two-photon Ca 2+ imaging in vivo
  116. Down-regulation of purinergic P2X7 receptor expression and intracellular calcium dysregulation in peripheral blood mononuclear cells of patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  117. Cortical activity during cued picture naming predicts individual differences in stuttering frequency
  118. Autoimmune Enzephalitiden
  119. Increased Frataxin Levels Protect Retinal Ganglion Cells After Acute Ischemia/Reperfusion in the Mouse Retina In Vivo
  120. Genome-wide association analyses identify new risk variants and the genetic architecture of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  121. Stress-induced decrease of uterine blood flow in sheep is mediated by alpha 1-adrenergic receptors
  122. Measuring eye states in functional MRI
  123. Perceived cognitive impairments after critical illness: a longitudinal study in survivors and family member controls
  124. Reduced tonic inhibition after stroke promotes motor performance and epileptic seizures
  125. The loss of neural synchrony in the post septic brain
  126. Pre-operative stroke and neurological disability do not independently affect short- and long-term mortality in infective endocarditis patients
  127. Pioglitazone after Ischemic Stroke or Transient Ischemic Attack
  128. Adaptive and Maladaptive Neural Plasticity Due to Facial Nerve Palsy
  129. Neural Plasticity in Rehabilitation and Psychotherapy
  130. Plasticity During Short-Term Visual Deprivation
  131. Impairment of Brain Plasticity by Brain Inflammation
  132. Assessment of pulmonary function in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: when can polygraphy help evaluate the need for non-invasive ventilation?
  133. The impairment of small nerve fibers in severe sepsis and septic shock
  134. Gene and pathway level analyses of germline DNA-repair gene variants and prostate cancer susceptibility using the iCOGS-genotyping array
  135. Assessment of fetal maturation age by heart rate variability measures using random forest methodology
  136. Dysautonomia in prodromal α-synucleinopathy: peripheral versus central autonomic degeneration
  137. Age-dependent modulation of the somatosensory network upon eye closure
  138. Slowed peak resting frequency and MEG overactivation in survivors of severe sepsis and septic shock
  139. Behavioural and neurofunctional impact of transcranial direct current stimulation on somatosensory learning
  140. Cortical spreading depolarization increases adult neurogenesis, and alters behavior and hippocampus-dependent memory in mice
  141. Recording, analysis, and interpretation of spreading depolarizations in neurointensive care: Review and recommendations of the COSBID research group
  142. The continuum of spreading depolarizations in acute cortical lesion development: Examining Leão’s legacy
  143. Clinical Presentation, Magnetic Resonance Angiography, Ultrasound Findings, and Stroke Patterns in Patients with Vertebral Artery Dissection
  144. Modality-independent reduction mechanisms of primary sensory evoked fields in a one-back task
  145. Photochemical Models of Focal Brain Ischemia
  146. Branched-chain amino acid catabolism is a conserved regulator of physiological ageing
  147. Consistent and reproducible staining of glia by a modified Golgi–Cox method
  148. Novel computer vision algorithm for the reliable analysis of organelle morphology in whole cell 3D images — A pilot study for the quantitative evaluation of mitochondrial fragmentation in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  149. Role of catecholamines in maternal-fetal stress transfer in sheep
  150. The Validity of Advance Directives in Acute Situations
  151. Validation of functional fetal autonomic brain age score fABAS in 5 min short recordings
  152. Phosphoinositide 3-Kinase γ Restrains Neurotoxic Effects of Microglia After Focal Brain Ischemia
  153. The impact of eye closure on somatosensory perception in the elderly
  154. Predictors of Post-Intensive Care Syndrome in Family Members of Patients With Severe Sepsis
  155. Speech preparation in adults with persistent developmental stuttering
  156. Method to quantify accuracy of position feedback signals of a three-dimensional two-photon laser-scanning microscope
  157. Parallel processing of somatosensory information: Evidence from dynamic causal modeling of MEG data
  158. Primary somatosensory contextual modulation is encoded by oscillation frequency change
  159. GABA depolarizes immature neurons and inhibits network activity in the neonatal neocortex in vivo
  160. Rapid weather changes are associated with increased ischemic stroke risk: a case-crossover study
  161. Susceptibility-Weighted Imaging Provides Insight into White Matter Damage in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  162. Multimodal Physiotherapy as an Add-On Treatment to Botulinum Neurotoxin A-Therapy in Patients with Cervical Dystonia
  163. Eye closure enhances dark night perceptions
  164. How to Manage Thrombolysis Interruptions in Acute Stroke?
  165. Immunohistochemistry and Multiple Labeling with Antibodies from the Same Host Species to Study Adult Hippocampal Neurogenesis
  166. Brain Magnetic Resonance Imaging Findings Fail to Suspect Fabry Disease in Young Patients With an Acute Cerebrovascular Event
  167. Effect of Intravenous Thrombolysis on the Time Course of the Apparent Diffusion Coefficient in Acute Middle Cerebral Artery Infarction
  168. Two distinct populations of doublecortin-positive cells in the perilesional zone of cortical infarcts
  169. Muscle ultrasonography as an additional diagnostic tool for the diagnosis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  170. Sleep Apnea and Asymptomatic Carotid Stenosis
  171. Anticoagulant Reversal, Blood Pressure Levels, and Anticoagulant Resumption in Patients With Anticoagulation-Related Intracerebral Hemorrhage
  172. A novel questionnaire to measure staff perception of end-of-life decision making in the intensive care unit—Development and psychometric testing
  173. “Neural Plasticity in Rehabilitation and Psychotherapy – New Perspectives and Findings”
  174. The importance of the negative blood-oxygenation-level-dependent (BOLD) response in the somatosensory cortex
  175. Cortical Spreading Depolarization Stimulates Gliogenesis in the Rat Entorhinal Cortex
  176. Acute recanalization and hyperperfusion in MCA territory due to sole t-PA bolus. A case report
  177. Fetal autonomic brain age scores, segmented heart rate variability analysis, and traditional short term variability
  178. Acknowledgment of Reviewers, 2014
  179. Ultrasound differentiation of axonal and demyelinating neuropathies
  180. Pro-apoptotic function of GABA-related transcripts following stroke
  181. Serial FDG PET/CT in Autoimmune Encephalitis With Faciobrachial Dystonic Seizures
  182. You’d Better Think Twice: Post-Decision Perceptual Confidence
  183. NF- B controls axonal regeneration and degeneration through cell-specific balance of RelA and p50 in the adult CNS
  184. Developing fetal motor-cardiovascular coordination analyzed from multi-channel magnetocardiography
  185. Sonografische Methoden in der Hirntoddiagnostik
  186. Voxel-Based MRI Intensitometry Reveals Extent of Cerebral White Matter Pathology in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  187. Impact of Heme and Heme Degradation Products on Vascular Diameter in Mouse Visual Cortex
  188. In vivo Imaging of Optic Nerve Fiber Integrity by Contrast-Enhanced MRI in Mice
  189. Instrument specific use-dependent plasticity shapes the anatomical properties of the corpus callosum: a comparison between musicians and non-musicians
  190. Long-term sequelae of severe sepsis: cognitive impairment and structural brain alterations – an MRI study (LossCog MRI)
  191. Age-specific transcriptional response to stroke
  192. Bihemispheric ischemic tolerance induced by a unilateral focal cortical lesion
  193. Impact of indomethacin on neuroinflammation and hippocampal neurogenesis in aged mice
  194. Thalamocortical Impulse Propagation and Information Transfer in EEG and MEG
  195. NF- B controls axonal regeneration and degeneration through cell-specific balance of RelA and p50 in the adult CNS
  196. Endoplasmic reticulum stress is accompanied by activation of NF-κB in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  197. Relationships Between Disease Severity, Social Support and Health-Related Quality of Life in Patients with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  198. Nervenultraschall bei Polyneuropathie – sinnvoll oder nicht?
  199. Transcranial brainstem sonography as a diagnostic tool for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  200. The Costs of Dementia From the Societal Perspective: Is Care Provided in the Community Really Cheaper than Nursing Home Care?
  201. Study protocol: prediction of stroke associated infections by markers of autonomic control
  202. The effects of deefferentation without deafferentation on functional connectivity in patients with facial palsy
  203. Disrupted functional connectivity of the default mode network due to acute vestibular deficit
  204. Does the Clinical Phenotype of Fatal Familial Insomnia Depend on PRNP codon 129 Methionine-Valine Polymorphism?
  205. MRI in acute cerebral ischemia of the young: The Stroke in Young Fabry Patients (sifap1) Study
  206. Clinical markers of early nigrostriatal neurodegeneration in idiopathic rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder
  207. Impairment of small somatic and autonomic nerve fibres in intensive care unit patients with severe sepsis and critical illness polyneuropathy – a single center controlled observational study
  208. Dysfunctional NF-κB and brain myelin formation
  209. Fetal Functional Brain Age Assessed from Universal Developmental Indices Obtained from Neuro-Vegetative Activity Patterns
  210. Differences in somatosensory and motor improvement during temporary functional deafferentation in stroke patients and healthy subjects
  211. Overexpression of human mutated G93A SOD1 changes dynamics of the ER mitochondria calcium cycle specifically in mouse embryonic motor neurons
  212. Bone Flap Necrosis After Decompressive Hemicraniectomy for Malignant Middle Cerebral Artery Infarction
  213. Thalamocortical connectivity during resting state in schizophrenia
  214. Muskelultraschall – ein sinnvolles Werkzeug bei der Diagnosestellung der amyotrophen Lateralsklerose
  215. Astrocytic Cx43 and Cx30 differentially modulate adult neurogenesis in mice
  216. Prognostication of recovery time after acute peripheral facial palsy: a prospective cohort study
  217. Muskelultraschall in der Diagnosestellung der amyotrophen Lateralsklerose
  218. Anodal transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) over supplementary motor area (SMA) but not pre-SMA promotes short-term visuomotor learning
  219. Fetal development of complex autonomic control evaluated from multiscale heart rate patterns
  220. Muskelultraschall in der neurologischen Diagnostik – ein Überblick
  221. Family satisfaction in the intensive care unit: a quantitative and qualitative analysis
  222. Age-related changes in the somatosensory processing of tactile stimulation—An fMRI study
  223. Acute Cerebrovascular Disease in the Young
  224. Compensatory quadrant-hyperhidrosis after contralateral intrathoracic surgery: a case report
  225. Attenuated Inflammatory Response in Triggering Receptor Expressed on Myeloid Cells 2 (TREM2) Knock-Out Mice following Stroke
  226. Cyclin D2 knockout mice with depleted adult neurogenesis learn Barnes maze task.
  227. Components of vestibular cortical function
  228. Impaired evoked and resting-state brain oscillations in patients with liver cirrhosis as revealed by magnetoencephalography
  229. Muscle ultrasound for early assessment of critical illness neuromyopathy in severe sepsis
  230. Critical-Illness-Polyneuropathie und Critical-Illness-Myopathie
  231. Emotionale Auswirkungen einer Fazialisparese
  232. DEcompressive Surgery for the Treatment of malignant INfarction of the middle cerebral arterY - Registry (DESTINY-R): design and protocols
  233. Deformation-based brain morphometry in rats
  234. Gastroesophageal reflux in differential diagnosis of unclear nocturnal paroxysmal motor events
  235. Morg1+/− heterozygous mice are protected from experimentally induced focal cerebral ischemia
  236. Long-term anticonvulsant therapy leads to low bone mineral density — evidence for direct drug effects of phenytoin and carbamazepine on human osteoblast-like cells
  237. Aberrant Neurogenesis After Stroke
  238. Effects of Temporary Functional Deafferentation on the Brain, Sensation, and Behavior of Stroke Patients
  239. Atypical posthypoxic MRI changes in hypermetabolic regions in anti-NMDA-receptor encephalitis
  240. Isolated central nervous system relapse of chronic myeloid leukemia after allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation
  241. Specially designed palate prosthesis reconstitutes speech in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  242. Reconstruction of quasi-radial dipolar activity using three-component magnetic field measurements
  243. Reliable in vivo identification of both GABAergic and glutamatergic neurons using Emx1-Cre driven fluorescent reporter expression
  244. Excitatory and inhibitory mechanisms underlying somatosensory habituation
  245. Age dependence of excitatory-inhibitory balance following stroke
  246. Decreased olfactory bulb volume in idiopathic Parkinson's disease detected by 3.0-Tesla magnetic resonance imaging
  247. Experience-dependent brain plasticity after stroke: effect of ibuprofen and poststroke delay
  248. Effects of early- and late-gestational maternal stress and synthetic glucocorticoid on development of the fetal hypothalamus–pituitary–adrenal axis in sheep
  249. Perceptual plasticity is mediated by connectivity changes of the medial thalamic nucleus
  250. Influence of social support on cognitive change and mortality in old age: results from the prospective multicentre cohort study AgeCoDe
  251. The unfolded protein response in models of human mutant G93A amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  252. Carbon monoxide and outcome of stroke—A dream CORM true?*
  253. Effects of rehabilitative training and anti-inflammatory treatment on functional recovery and cellular reorganization following stroke
  254. Decomposition of Somatosensory Evoked Potentials in Rats
  255. Age-dependent kinetics of dentate gyrus neurogenesis in the absence of cyclin D2
  256. Magnetic resonance imaging of the mouse visual pathway for in vivo studies of degeneration and regeneration in the CNS
  257. Sensory feedback prosthesis reduces phantom limb pain: Proof of a principle
  258. Sensory Syndromes
  259. Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics--2012 Update: A Report From the American Heart Association
  260. Habituation within the somatosensory processing hierarchy
  261. Heart rate variability - a potential early marker of sub-acute post-stroke infections
  262. Possibilities and limitations for high resolution small animal MRI on a clinical whole-body 3T scanner
  263. Attenuated Inflammatory Response in Aged Mice Brains following Stroke
  264. Age-related effects on hippocampal precursor cell subpopulations and neurogenesis
  265. Safety of Tirofiban in Acute Ischemic Stroke
  266. Time Course of Cortical Plasticity After Facial Nerve Palsy
  267. Global impairment and therapeutic restoration of visual plasticity mechanisms after a localized cortical stroke
  268. In Situ Dividing and Phagocytosing Retinal Microglia Express Nestin, Vimentin, and NG2 In Vivo
  269. Motor Neuron Diseases and Myopathies: Implications for Perioperative Management and Intensive Care
  270. Determination of Brain Death: An Overview with a Special Emphasis on New Ultrasound Techniques for Confirmatory Testing
  271. Dissections of Cervical Arteries – Clinical Presentation, Course, and Therapy in 71 Consecutive Patients of a Single University Centre
  272. Neurological Sequelae of Sepsis: I) Septic Encephalopathy
  273. GABAergic depolarization during early cortical development and implications for anticonvulsive therapy in neonates
  274. Terutroban versus aspirin in patients with cerebral ischaemic events (PERFORM): a randomised, double-blind, parallel-group trial
  275. Isolated reversible splenial lesion in tick-borne encephalitis: A case report and literature review
  276. Deafferentation of the Affected Arm
  277. Simvastatin Improves Retinal Ganglion Cell Survival and Spatial Vision after Acute Retinal Ischemia/Reperfusion in Mice
  278. Neurorehabilitation nach Schlaganfall – ein Positionspapier aus dem Kompetenznetzwerk Schlaganfall
  279. Influences of negative BOLD responses on positive BOLD responses
  280. Genome-Wide Association Analysis Identifies Variants Associated with Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease That Have Distinct Effects on Metabolic Traits
  281. REM sleep related bradyarrhythmia syndrome: Vagal overactivity or dysfunction of the cardiac conduction system?
  282. Evaluation of the early phase of Bell’s palsy using 3 T MRI
  283. Changes in Brain Size during the Menstrual Cycle
  284. Vulnerability of the fetal primate brain to moderate reduction in maternal global nutrient availability
  285. Microstructural analysis of human white matter architecture using polarized light imaging: views from neuroanatomy
  286. The Essen Stroke Risk Score in One-Year Follow-Up Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients
  287. Time-Frequency-Space Components of Somatosenory Evoked Potentials in Rats
  288. Cortical reorganization in Bell's palsy
  289. Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics--2011 Update: A Report From the American Heart Association
  290. Functional deactivations: Multiple ipsilateral brain areas engaged in the processing of somatosensory information
  291. GABA Depolarizes Immature Neocortical Neurons in the Presence of the Ketone Body  -Hydroxybutyrate
  292. Bilateral Vertebral Artery Dissection After Chiropractic Maneuver
  293. Dependence of the negative BOLD response on somatosensory stimulus intensity
  294. Differential stroke-induced proliferative response of distinct precursor cell subpopulations in the young and aged dentate gyrus
  295. Autonomic Dysfunction and Risk Stratification Assessed from Heart Rate Pattern
  296. Task requirements change signal strength of the primary somatosensory M50: Oddball vs. one-back tasks
  297. Brainstem representation of vestibular evoked myogenic potentials
  298. Early stent thrombosis with progressive brainstem infarction in a clopidogrel non-responder
  299. Substantial performance discrepancies among commercially available kits for reverse transcription quantitative polymerase chain reaction: A systematic comparative investigator-driven approach
  300. Wechsel von Originalpräparaten auf Generika
  301. Proliferative Response of Microglia and Macrophages in the Adult Mouse Eye after Optic Nerve Lesion
  302. Falls and gait disorders in geriatric neurology
  303. Hemispheric hypoperfusion in postictal paresis mimics early brain ischemia
  304. ACRT-SCTS Scholar Abstracts
  305. Inter-age variability of bona fide unvaried transcripts
  306. Prevention of episodic migraine with topiramate: a prospective 24-week, open-label, flexible-dose clinical trial with optional 24 weeks follow-up in a community setting
  307. Age-related decline of functional inhibition in rat cortex
  308. Central Sleep Apnea Indicates Autonomic Dysfunction in Asymptomatic Carotid Stenosis: A Potential Marker of Cerebrovascular and Cardiovascular Risk
  309. Downregulation of Potassium Chloride Cotransporter KCC2 After Transient Focal Cerebral Ischemia
  310. Increased neuronal cell number in the dorsal motor nucleus of the vagus in schizophrenia
  311. Positional Brain Deformation Visualized With Magnetic Resonance Morphometry
  312. Early treatment with aspirin plus extended-release dipyridamole for transient ischaemic attack or ischaemic stroke within 24 h of symptom onset (EARLY trial): a randomised, open-label, blinded-endpoint trial
  313. Unilateral optic neuropathy following subdural hematoma: a case report
  314. A case with coincidental diagnosis of primary central nervous system lymphoma and lymph node sarcoidosis
  315. Photochemical and Endothelin Models of Focal Brain Ischemia
  316. Remapping of the somatosensory cortex after a photothrombotic stroke: dynamics of the compensatory reorganization
  317. Vectorial magnetoencephalographic measurements for the estimation of radial dipolar activity in the human somatosensory system
  318. Wallerian Degeneration of Pyramidal Tract after Paramedian Pons Infarct
  319. Cerebral involvement in a patient with Goodpasture's disease due to shortened induction therapy: a case report
  320. Enriched environment promotes efficiency of compensatory movements after cerebral ischemia in rats
  321. Optic nerve lesion increases cell proliferation and nestin expression in the adult mouse eye in vivo
  322. Bildgebung beim Schlaganfall – eine Übersicht und Empfehlungen des Kompetenznetzes Schlaganfall
  323. Hyperosmolares Koma durch Hypernatriämie: Differenzialdiagnostik und intensivtherapeutisches Management
  324. Substitution of anticonvulsant drugs
  325. Alveolar hypoventilation as an early symptom of muscle weakness in facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy
  326. Modelling and analysis of time-variant directed interrelations between brain regions based on BOLD-signals
  327. TAT-Bcl-xL improves survival of neuronal precursor cells in the lesioned striatum after focal cerebral ischemia
  328. Identification of Ischemic Regions in a Rat Model of Stroke
  329. Telemedizin in der akuten Schlaganfallversorgung
  330. Adult and Embryonic GAD Transcripts Are Spatiotemporally Regulated during Postnatal Development in the Rat Brain
  331. Rationale and Design of a Randomized, Double-Blind, Parallel-Group Study of Terutroban 30 mg/day versus Aspirin 100 mg/day in Stroke Patients: The Prevention of Cerebrovascular and Cardiovascular Events of Ischemic Origin with Terutroban in Patients wi...
  332. Adverse Effects of Antenatal Glucocorticoids on Cerebral Myelination in Sheep
  333. Immunocytochemical Detection of Newly Generated Neurons in the Perilesional Area of Cortical Infarcts After Intraventricular Application of Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor
  334. Noninvasive Assessment of Cerebral Perfusion and Oxygenation in Acute Ischemic Stroke by Near-Infrared Spectroscopy
  335. Statins Modulate Heat Shock Protein Expression and Enhance Retinal Ganglion Cell Survival after Transient Retinal Ischemia/Reperfusion In Vivo
  336. Effects of aspirin plus extended-release dipyridamole versus clopidogrel and telmisartan on disability and cognitive function after recurrent stroke in patients with ischaemic stroke in the Prevention Regimen for Effectively Avoiding Second Strokes (PR...
  337. Induction of Neurogenesis in the Adult Dentate Gyrus by Cortical Spreading Depression
  338. Aspirin and Extended-Release Dipyridamole versus Clopidogrel for Recurrent Stroke
  339. Telmisartan to Prevent Recurrent Stroke and Cardiovascular Events
  340. Early Disruption of the Blood–Brain Barrier After Thrombolytic Therapy Predicts Hemorrhage in Patients With Acute Stroke
  341. Behavioral correlates of negative BOLD signal changes in the primary somatosensory cortex
  342. Imaging of Wallerian Degeneration in the Brain
  343. Causality in the relationship between central sleep apnea and paroxysmal atrial fibrillation
  344. Rat focal cerebral ischemia induced astrocyte proliferation and delayed neuronal death are attenuated by cyclin-dependent kinase inhibition
  345. Loss of GABAergic neurons in the subiculum and its functional implications in temporal lobe epilepsy
  346. Rehabilitative therapies differentially alter proliferation and survival of glial cell populations in the perilesional zone of cortical infarcts
  347. Fractional anisotropy correlates with auditory simple reaction time performance
  348. Effects of Skilled Forelimb Training on Hippocampal Neurogenesis and Spatial Learning After Focal Cortical Infarcts in the Adult Rat Brain
  349. Functional mapping of cortical areas with optical imaging
  350. Betamethasone-related acute alterations of microtubule-associated proteins in the fetal sheep brain are reversible and independent of age during the last one-third of gestation
  351. Neurologische Prognose und Therapie nach kardiopulmonaler Reanimation
  352. Synaptic responses in superficial layers of medial entorhinal cortex from rats with kainate-induced epilepsy
  353. Up-regulation of Connexin43 in the glial scar following photothrombotic ischemic injury
  354. Selektive Immunadsorption bei neurologischen Komplikationen eines systemischen Lupus erythematodes
  355. Aneurysm of the Extracranial Carotid Artery with Spontaneous Echo Contrast Revealed by Duplex Sonography
  356. Fetal body weight and the development of the control of the cardiovascular system in fetal sheep
  357. Levetiracetam as a treatment option in non-convulsive status epilepticus
  358. Effects of physiological aging and cerebrovascular risk factors on the hemodynamic response to brain activation: a functional transcranial Doppler study
  359. Extending the potential of perfusion imaging with MRI to prevent major stroke
  360. Lack of effect of antenatal glucocorticoid therapy in the fetal baboon on cerebral cortical glucose transporter proteins
  361. Time course of diffusion imaging in acute brainstem infarcts
  362. Cerebral haemodynamics during hypo- and hypercapnia
  363. Photothrombotic infarct impairs experience-dependent plasticity in neighboring cortex
  364. Polarized light imaging of white matter architecture
  365. Temporal profile of connexin 43 expression after photothrombotic lesion in rat brain
  366. The combined use of non-radioactive in situ hybridization and real-time RT-PCR to assess gene expression in cryosections
  367. High frequency of partial SPAST deletions in autosomal dominant hereditary spastic paraplegia
  368. Long-QT-Syndrom als Differenzialdiagnose einer Grand-Mal-Epilepsie
  369. Imaging motor recovery after stroke
  370. Functional significance of age-related differences in motor activation patterns
  371. Impairment of functional inhibition in the contralateral cortex following perinatally acquired malformations in rats
  372. Microarray-based long-term detection of genes differentially expressed after cortical spreading depression
  373. Glucose transporter proteins GLUT1 and GLUT3 like immunoreactivities in the fetal sheep brain are not reduced by maternal betamethasone treatment
  374. Changes in neocortical and hippocampal GABAA receptor subunit distribution during brain maturation and aging
  375. Microdialysis as a tool in local pharmacodynamics
  376. Ergebnisse einer prospektiven Untersuchung von stationären frührehabilitierten Patienten mit Hemiparese nach Hirninfarkt mittels FIM und Barthel-Index
  377. Hippocampal brain atrophy after carbon monoxide intoxication
  378. Bilaterale Hypoglossusparese nach Intubationsnarkose
  379. Doppelbilder und kardiogener Schock
  380. Proliferative response of distinct hippocampal progenitor cell populations after cortical infarcts in the adult brain
  381. Inwardly rectifying potassium channels (Kir) in central nervous system glia: a special role for Kir4.1 in glial functions
  382. Behavioral recovery from unilateral photothrombotic infarcts of the forelimb sensorimotor cortex in rats: Role of the contralateral cortex
  383. Chapter 15 Pain and itch in Wallenberg's syndrome: anatomical–functional correlations
  385. Neuronal dynamics and cortical oscillations
  386. Stable expression of the vesicular GABA transporter following photothrombotic infarct in rat brain
  387. Suppression of astroglial scar formation and enhanced axonal regeneration associated with functional recovery in a spinal cord injury rat model by the cell cycle inhibitor olomoucine
  388. Physiology of modulation of motor cortex excitability by low-frequency suprathreshold repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation
  389. 1α,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D3 treatment does not alter neuronal cyclooxygenase-2 expression in the cerebral cortex after stroke
  390. Intracerebral haemorrhage in CADASIL
  391. Outcome after decompressive craniectomy in patients with severe ischemic stroke
  392. Differenzialdiagnose der isolierten Neurosarkoidose
  393. 1α,25-Dihydroxy-vitamin D3 in combination with 17β-estradiol lowers the cortical expression of heat shock protein-27 following experimentally induced focal cortical ischemia in rats
  394. Initial DWI and ADC imaging may predict outcome in acute disseminated encephalomyelitis: report of two cases of brain stem encephalitis
  395. Motor improvements after focal cortical ischemia in adult rats are mediated by compensatory mechanisms
  396. Diffuse cystic leucoencephalopathy after buprenorphine injection
  397. Recurrent hypertensive brainstem encephalopathy
  398. Hyponatremic encephalopathy caused by desmopressin–induced hyponatremia
  399. Betamethasone effects on fetal sheep cerebral blood flow are not dependent on maturation of cerebrovascular system and pituitary-adrenal axis
  400. Optical imaging of epileptiform activity in experimentally induced cortical malformations
  401. Long-term effects of sequential cortical infarcts on scar size, brain volume and cognitive function
  402. Hashimoto's encephalopathy: steroid resistance and response to intravenous immunoglobulins
  403. Localized Reversible Reduction of Apparent Diffusion Coefficient in Transient Hypoglycemia-Induced Hemiparesis
  404. Possible transcallosal seizure induction by paired pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation in a patient with frontal lobe epilepsy
  405. Epilepsien mit prim�r generalisierten tonisch-klonischen Anf�llen bei Jugendlichen und Erwachsenen
  406. Procalcitonin als Marker der schweren Sepsis bei einer immunsupprimierten Patientin
  407. Shrinkage of Somatosensory Hand Area in Subjects With Upper Extremity Dysmelia Revealed by Magnetoencephalography
  408. Perception of phrase structure in music
  409. Neurogenesis in the adult dentate gyrus after cortical infarcts: Effects of infarct location, N-methyl-d-aspartate receptor blockade and anti-inflammatory treatment
  410. Reduced somatosensory hand representation in thalidomide-induced dysmelia as revealed by fMRI
  411. Cortical Blindness After Catheter Angiography
  412. Imaging microscopy of the middle and inner ear: Part II: MR microscopy
  413. Effects of 1α,25 dihydroxyvitamin D3 on the expression of HO-1 and GFAP in glial cells of the photothrombotically lesioned cerebral cortex
  414. Delayed neuronal death and damage of GDNF family receptors in CA1 following focal cerebral ischemia
  415. GABA Neurons Survive Focal Ischemic Injury
  416. Cortical Gene Expression after Spreading Depression
  417. Physiological Mechanisms of Modulation of Motor Cortex Excitability by 1Hz Suprathreshold rTMS
  418. Changes in GABAA Receptor Subunit Distribution during Brain Maturation and Aging
  419. High-Dimensional Deformation Fields for Longitudinal Intraindividual Volumetry of Cerebral Infarction
  420. Decreased paired-pulse inhibition following induced cortical gliomas in the rat
  421. Thrombotisch-thrombozytopenische Purpura
  422. Delayed Shrinkage of the Brain After Ischemic Stroke: Preliminary Observations With Voxel-Guided Morphometry
  423. Organic bipolar disorder occurring together with spontaneous intracranial hypotension
  424. Recovery of glucocorticoid-related loss of synaptic density in the fetal sheep brain at 0.75 of gestation
  425. Gene Expression Profiling in the Intact and Injured Brain Following Environmental Enrichment
  426. Use-dependent cortical plasticity in thalidomide-induced upper extremity dysplasia: evidence from somaesthesia and neuroimaging
  427. A combined treatment with 1α,25-dihydroxy-vitamin D3 and 17β-estradiol reduces the expression of heat shock protein-32 (HSP-32) following cerebral cortical ischemia
  428. Impaired Synaptic Plasticity in the Surround of Perinatally Aquired Dysplasia in Rat Cerebral Cortex
  429. Recurrent posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome (PRES)
  430. Localization of the Na + -d-glucose cotransporter SGLT1 in the blood-brain barrier
  431. Event-related fMRI with painful electrical stimulation of the trigeminal nerve
  432. GABA neurons survive focal ischemic injury
  433. Perilesional pathological oscillatory activity in the magnetoencephalogram of patients with cortical brain lesions
  434. Regulation of GABA transporter mRNA and protein after photothrombotic infarct in rat brain
  435. Current Awareness on Comparative and Functional Genomics
  436. Zerebrale Vasospasmen mit h�modynamischen Infarkten als Komplikation eines HELLP-Syndroms
  437. Gender-specific Differences of Hypometabolism in mTLE: Implication for Cognitive Impairments
  438. Functional recovery after surgical resection of low grade gliomas in eloquent brain: hypothesis of brain compensation
  439. Functional organization of the brain with malformations of cortical development
  440. Differential alterations of the inactivation properties of high voltage activated calcium currents in area CA1 and CA3 of the rat following photothrombotic lesion
  441. Relation Between Bicarbonate Concentration and Voltage Dependence of Sodium Currents in Freshly Isolated CA1 Neurons of the Rat
  442. Distribution of glutamate receptor subunits in experimentally induced cortical malformations
  443. Gunshot-Induced Artery Dissection With Twelfth Nerve Palsy
  444. Induction of bilateral plasticity in sensory cortical maps by small unilateral cortical infarcts in rats
  445. Growth Factors in Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy
  446. Acute effects of cigarette smoking on cerebral oxygenation and hemodynamics
  447. Different Mechanisms of Secondary Neuronal Damage in Thalamic Nuclei After Focal Cerebral Ischemia in Rats
  448. Differenzialdiagnostische Hürden bei der FSME-induzierten Polyradikulitis
  449. Widespread and Long-Lasting Alterations in GABAA-Receptor Subtypes after Focal Cortical Infarcts in Rats: Mediation by NMDA-Dependent Processes
  450. Expression of the Na+-d-Glucose Cotransporter SGLT1 in Neurons
  451. Reorganization of Motor Representation in a Patient With Epilepsia Partialis Continua as Shown by [O15]-Labeled Butanol Positron Emission Tomography and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  452. Use-related gene expression patterns of rat motor cortex
  453. Species boundaries, populations and colour morphs in the coral reef three–spot damselfish ( Dascyllus trimaculatus ) species complex
  454. Evidence for habitat partitioning based on adaptation to environmental light in a pair of sympatric lizard species
  455. Gene Expression Profiling in Perilesional and Contralateral Areas after Ischemia in Rat Brain
  456. Current Awareness on Comparative and Functional Genomics
  457. Transcortical Alterations inNa+-K+ATPase and Microtubule-Associated Proteins Immunoreactivity in the Rat Cortical Atrophy Model Induced by Hypoxic Ischemia
  458. Reduced excitability of the motor cortex in untreated patients with de novo idiopathic "grand mal" seizures
  459. Differentiation of GABAA receptors in subcortical heterotopias: subunit distribution of displaced cortex reflects original commitment
  460. Disruptive sexual selection against hybrids contributes to speciation between Heliconius cydno and Heliconius melpomene
  461. Nitric oxide synthase-I containing cortical interneurons co-express antioxidative enzymes and anti-apoptotic Bcl-2 following focal ischemia: evidence for direct and indirect mechanisms towards their resistance to neuropathology
  462. Cell swelling and ion redistribution assessed with intrinsic optical signals
  463. Metabolic and electrophysiological alterations in an animal model of neocortical neuronal migration disorder
  464. Geographical variation in reproductive character displacement in mate choice by male sailfin mollies
  465. A Novel Role of Vasopressin in the Brain: Modulation of Activity-Dependent Water Flux in the Neocortex
  466. Microsatellites reveal high levels of population substructuring in the species–poor Eretmodine cichlid lineage from Lake Tanganyika
  467. Acute functional reorganisation of the human motor cortex during resection of central lesions: a study using intraoperative brain mapping
  468. Heme Oxygenase-1 (HSP-32) and Heme Oxygenase-2 Induction in Neurons and Glial Cells of Cerebral Regions and Its Relation to Iron Accumulation after Focal Cortical Photothrombosis
  469. Cortical Spreading Depression Induces Proinflammatory Cytokine Gene Expression in the Rat Brain
  470. Postlesional transcriptional regulation of metabotropic glutamate receptors: implications for plasticity and excitotoxicity
  471. Local Lyapunov exponents detect epileptic zones in spike-less interictal MEG recordings
  472. Abstracts of papers and posters presented at the 2001 Pittsburgh Conference
  473. Characterization of BIS20x3, a bi-specific antibody activating and retargeting T-cells to CD20-positive B-cells
  474. Transient up-regulation of γ-aminobutyric acidA receptor binding by lubeluzole after neocortical specify lesion in rats
  475. Incipient speciation in sympatric Nicaraguan crater lake cichlid fishes: sexual selection versus ecological diversification
  476. Unilateral upregulation of cyclooxygenase-2 following cerebral, cortical photothrombosis in the rat: suppression by MK-801 and co-distribution with enzymes involved in the oxidative stress cascade
  477. Enhancement of whole cell calcium currents following transient MCAO
  478. Concentration Dependence of Bicarbonate-Induced Calcium Current Modulation
  479. Functional MRI and intraoperative brain mapping to evaluate brain plasticity in patients with brain tumours and hemiparesis
  480. The Effect of Bcr-Abl Protein Tyrosine Kinase on Maturation and Proliferation of Primitive Haematopoietic Cells
  481. Kortikale Dysgenesien
  482. Ebselen Lowers Plasma Interleukin-6 Levels and Glial Heme Oxygenase-1 Expression after Focal Photothrombotic Brain Ischemia
  483. Functional Differentiation of Multiple Perilesional Zones after Focal Cerebral Ischemia
  484. Differential Downregulation of GABAAReceptor Subunits in Widespread Brain Regions in the Freeze-Lesion Model of Focal Cortical Malformations
  485. Intact Functional Inhibition in the Surround of Experimentally Induced Focal Cortical Dysplasias in Rats
  486. Neurovisual rehabilitation: recent developments and future directions
  487. Induction of Placental Heme Oxygenase-1 Is Protective Against TNFα-induced Cytotoxicity and Promotes Vessel Relaxation
  488. Functional Mapping of the Human Brain
  489. Kortikale Dysgenesien Aktuelle Aspekte zur Pathogenese und Pathophysiologie
  490. Suppression of proteasome C2 contralateral to ischemic lesions in rat brain
  491. Atrophy of the corpus callosum associated with a decrease in cortical benzodiazepine receptor in large cerebral arterial occlusive diseases
  492. Temporal lobe epilepsy with sensory aura: interictal glucose hypometabolism
  493. Directed spatial potassium redistribution in rat neocortex
  494. X-Chromosome Inactivation and Mutation Pattern in the Bruton’s Tyrosine Kinase Gene in Patients with X-linked Agammaglobulinemia
  495. Periinfarct and Remote Excitability Changes after Transient Middle Cerebral Artery Occlusion
  496. Alleviation of Brain Injury-Induced Cerebral Metabolic Depression by Amphetamine: A Cytochrome Oxidase Histochemistry Study
  497. Bilateral reductions of hippocampal volume, glucose metabolism, and Wada hemispheric memory performance are related to the duration of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy
  498. Widespread up-regulation of N-methyl-d-aspartate receptors after focal photothrombotic lesion in rat brain
  499. Direct induction of cyclin D2 by Myc contributes to cell cycle progression and sequestration of p27
  500. Changes in GABAA and GABAB receptor binding following cortical photothrombosis: a quantitative receptor autoradiographic study
  501. Laterality effects of human pudendal nerve stimulation on corticoanal pathways: evidence for functional asymmetry
  502. Cortical activation during oesophageal stimulation: a neuromagnetic study
  503. Reorganized cerebral metabolic interactions in temporal lobe epilepsy
  504. Heterogeneity of the microglial response in photochemically induced focal ischemia of the rat cerebral cortex
  505. Local adaptations in populations of rock–dwelling haplochromines (Pisces:Cichlidae) from southern Lake Victoria
  506. Effects of tetanus toxin on functional inhibition after injection in separate cortical areas in rat
  507. Electrophysiological transcortical diaschisis after middle cerebral artery occlusion (MCAO) in rats
  508. Different cortical organization of visceral and somatic sensation in humans
  509. The Glu318Gly Substitution in Presenilin 1 Is Not Causally Related to Alzheimer Disease
  510. Enlargement of cortical vibrissa representation in the surround of an ischemic cortical lesion
  511. Upregulation of GABAA-receptor α1- and α2-subunit mRNAs following ischemic cortical lesions in rats
  512. A Loss-of-Function Mutation in the Endothelin-Converting Enzyme 1 (ECE-1) Associated with Hirschsprung Disease, Cardiac Defects, and Autonomic Dysfunction
  513. A New Locus for Nonsyndromic Hereditary Hearing Impairment, DFNA17, Maps to Chromosome 22 and Represents a Gene for Cochleosaccular Degeneration
  514. An Alu-Mediated 6-kb Duplication in the BRCA1 Gene: A New Founder Mutation?
  515. Cancer Genetics and Insurance
  516. Characterization of a soluble ternary complex formed between human interferon-β-1a and its receptor chains
  517. Cystic Fibrosis Mutations in Heterozygous Newborns with Hypertrypsinemia and Low Sweat Chloride
  518. Exclusion of Chromosome 7 for Kartagener Syndrome but Suggestion of Linkage in Families with Other Forms of Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia
  519. Failure to Detect Linkage of Preeclampsia to the Region of the NOS3 Locus on Chromosome 7q
  520. Reply to Niermeijer
  521. The Interpretation of the Parameters in the Transmission/Disequilibrium Test
  522. Variant Manifestation of Cowden Disease in Japan: Hamartomatous Polyposis of the Digestive Tract with Mutation of the PTEN Gene
  523. p53 Variants Predisposing to Cancer Are Present in Healthy Centenarians
  524. Controversies in the management of advanced prostate cancer
  525. Bihemispheric reduction of GABAA receptor binding following focal cortical photothrombotic lesions in the rat brain
  526. Intrinsic optical signals in vitro: a tool to measure alterations in extracellular space with two-dimensional resolution
  527. Lesion‐induced plasticity as a potential mechanism for recovery and rehabilitative training
  528. Uncoupling of Blood Flow and Metabolism in Focal Epilepsy
  529. High-affinity recombinant phage antibodies to the pan-carcinoma marker epithelial glycoprotein-2 for tumour targeting
  530. Thalamocortical circuits causing remote hypometabolism during focal interictal epilepsy
  531. Sympatric speciation and extinction driven by environment dependent sexual selection
  532. Excitability changes and glucose metabolism in experimentally induced focal cortical dysplasias
  533. Immunohistochemical evidence for dysregulation of the GABAergic system ipsilateral to photochemically induced cortical infarcts in rats
  534. Increased long-term potentiation in the surround of experimentally induced focal cortical infarction
  535. Functional organization of the auditory cortex is different in stutterers and fluent speakers
  536. Interaction of finger representation in the human first somatosensory cortex: a neuromagnetic study
  537. Long-term evolution of excitotoxic cortical dysgenesis induced in the developing rat brain
  538. Brain Hypometabolism in a Model of Chronic Focal Epilepsy in Rat Neocortex
  539. Epileptiform discharges to extracellular stimuli in rat neocortical slices after photothrombotic infarction
  540. Extrarolandic Origin of Spike and Myoclonus Activity in Epilepsia Partialis Continua: A Magnetoencephalographic and Positron Emission Tomography Study
  541. Handedness and Asymmetry of Hand Representation in Human Motor Cortex
  542. Early-onset multisystem degeneration with central motor, autonomic and optic nerve disturbances: unusual Riley–Day syndrome or new clinical entity?
  543. Focal ischaemia of the rat brain elicits an unusual inflammatory response: early appearance of CD8+ macrophages/microglia
  544. Transient Increase of Manganese–Superoxide Dismutase in Remote Brain Areas After Focal Photothrombotic Cortical Lesion
  545. Unusually fine–scale genetic structuring found in rapidly speciating Malawi cichlid fishes
  546. Complementation of growth factor receptor-dependent mitogenic signaling by a truncated type I phosphatidylinositol 4-phosphate 5-kinase.
  547. Prefrontal asymmetric interictal glucose hypometabolism and cognitive impairment in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy
  548. Mouse mutant embryos overexpressing IGF-II exhibit phenotypic features of the Beckwith–Wiedemann and Simpson–Golabi–Behmel syndromes
  549. Structural alterations and changes in cytoskeletal proteins and proteoglycans after focal cortical ischemia
  550. Transient changes in the presence of nitric oxide synthases and nitrotyrosine immunoreactivity after focal cortical lesions
  551. A Region of the β Subunit of the Interferon α Receptor Different from Box 1 Interacts with Jak1 and Is Sufficient to Activate the Jak-Stat Pathway and Induce an Antiviral State
  552. Identification of putative c-Myc-responsive genes: characterization of rcl, a novel growth-related gene.
  553. Ictal motor signs and interictal regional cerebral hypometabolism
  554. Measurements of scattering and absorption changes in muscle and brain
  555. Copper-zinc superoxide dismutase and isolectin B4 binding are markers for associative and transhemispheric diaschisis induced by focal ischemia in rat cortex
  556. Induction of FOS and JUN proteins during focal epilepsy: congruences with and differences to [14C]deoxyglucose metabolism
  557. Coupling of cortical and thalamic metabolism in experimentally induced visual and somatosensory focal epilepsy
  558. Comparison of the potency and therapeutic efficacy of the anti-CD7 immunotoxin HB2-saporin constructed with one or two saporin moieties per immunotoxin molecule
  559. Phagocytic Response in Photochemically Induced Infarction of Rat Cerebral Cortex
  560. Pharmacological reduction of electrophysiological diaschisis after photothrombotic ischemia in rat neocortex
  561. Extended brain disinhibition following small photothrombotic lesions in rat frontal cortex
  562. Recording of neuronal network properties with near-infrared dark-field microscopy and microelectrodes
  563. Cerebellar Hypometabolism in Focal Epilepsy Is Related to Age of Onset and Drug Intoxication
  564. Systemically administered cycloheximide reduces inhibition in rat neocortical slice preparation
  565. Neuronal Hyperexcitability and Reduction of GABAA-Receptor Expression in the Surround of Cerebral Photothrombosis
  566. Spatiotemporal relationship of apoptotic cell death to lymphomonocytic infiltration in photochemically induced focal ischemia of the rat cerebral cortex
  567. Differential responsiveness of neocortical areas in the parieto-occipital region to low-intensity stimulation in vitro
  568. B-lymphocyte development is regulated by the combined dosage of three basic helix-loop-helix genes, E2A, E2-2, and HEB.
  569. Inhibition of cell proliferation by the Mad1 transcriptional repressor.
  570. Electrophysiological Transcortical Diaschisis After Cortical Photothrombosis in Rat Brain
  571. Topography of interictal glucose hypometabolism in unilateral mesiotemporal epilepsy
  572. Intrinsic optical signals in rat neocortical slices measured with near- infrared dark-field microscopy reveal changes in extracellular space
  573. Genetic control of the frequency of hematopoietic stem cells in mice: mapping of a candidate locus to chromosome 1.
  574. A Gene for Autosomal Dominant Paroxysmal Choreoathetosis/Spasticity (CSE) Maps to the Vicinity of a Potassium Channel Gene Cluster on Chromosome 1p, Probably within 2 cM between D1S443 and D1S197
  575. Brain Plasticity: From Molecules to Humans
  576. v-Abl activates c-myc transcription through the E2F site.
  577. Structural and signaling requirements for BCR-ABL-mediated transformation and inhibition of apoptosis.
  578. Abrogation of retinoblastoma protein function by c-Abl through tyrosine kinase-dependent and -independent mechanisms.
  579. Characterization and applicability of a cytotoxicity assay determining growth inhibition after a 1-hour treatment with xenobiotics in human cell culture
  580. Astroglial responses in photochemically induced focal ischemia of the rat cortex
  581. Cellular activity underlying altered brain metabolism during focal epileptic activity
  582. Modulation of somatosensory evoked magnetic fields by sensory and motor interferences
  583. Cellular correlates of neuronal hyperexcitability in the vicinity of photochemically induced cortical infarcts in rats in vitro
  584. Inhibitory mechanisms in epileptiform activity induced by low magnesium
  585. In situ visualisation of immunoglobulin genes in normal and malignant lymphoid cells
  586. Novel INK4 proteins, p19 and p18, are specific inhibitors of the cyclin D-dependent kinases CDK4 and CDK6.
  587. The murine stk gene product, a transmembrane protein tyrosine kinase, is a receptor for macrophage-stimulating protein.
  588. Constitutive c-myb expression in K562 cells inhibits induced erythroid differentiation but not tetradecanoyl phorbol acetate-induced megakaryocytic differentiation.
  589. Palatal Tremor of Cortical Origin Presenting as Epilepsia Partialis Continua
  590. Regional Hypometabolism in an Acute Model of Focal Epileptic Activity in the Rat
  591. Epileptic seizures triggered directly by focal transcranial magnetic stimulation
  592. Refractory periods following interictal spikes in acute experimentally induced epileptic foci
  593. Lymphocytic Infiltration and Expression of Intercellular Adhesion Molecule-1 in Photochemically Induced Ischemia of the Rat Cortex
  594. Tyrosine phosphorylation of p95Vav in myeloid cells is regulated by GM-CSF, IL-3 and steel factor and is constitutively increased by p210BCR/ABL.
  595. Local immune responses in the rat cerebral cortex after middle cerebral artery occlusion
  596. A temperature sensitive p210 BCR-ABL mutant defines the primary consequences of BCR-ABL tyrosine kinase expression in growth factor dependent cells.
  597. Changes in intrinsic optical signal of rat neocortical slices following afferent stimulation
  598. Erratum
  599. Endotoxin and cytokines increase hepatic messenger RNA levels and serum concentrations of apolipoprotein J (clusterin) in Syrian hamsters.
  600. Epileptic activity can induce both long-lasting potentiation and long-lasting depression
  601. Dynamic changes of focal hypometabolism in relation to epileptic activity
  602. Inhibitory mechanisms terminating paroxysmal depolarization shifts in hippocampal neurons of rats
  603. Adipocyte differentiation selectively represses the serum inducibility of c-jun and junB by reversible transcription-dependent mechanisms.
  604. Mutagenic analysis of the roles of SH2 and SH3 domains in regulation of the Abl tyrosine kinase.
  605. Afterpotentials of penicillin-induced epileptiform neuronal discharges in the motor cortex of the rat in vivo
  606. Inducible cell lysis system for the study of natural transformation and environmental fate of DNA released by cell death.
  607. Functions involved in bacteriophage P2-induced host cell lysis and identification of a new tail gene.
  608. Characterization of quail Pax-6 (Pax-QNR) proteins expressed in the neuroretina.
  609. Epidemiologic evidence for multiple sclerosis as an infection.
  610. Phosphatidylinositol 3′-kinase associates with p145c-kit as part of a cell type characteristic multimeric signalling complex.
  611. Subcellular localization of Bcr, Abl, and Bcr-Abl proteins in normal and leukemic cells and correlation of expression with myeloid differentiation.
  612. Testis-specific mak protein kinase is expressed specifically in the meiotic phase in spermatogenesis and is associated with a 210-kilodalton cellular phosphoprotein.
  613. Separation of different interictal discharge patterns in acute experimentally induced epileptic foci of the rat in vivo
  614. Highly efficient gene transfer into adult ventricular myocytes by recombinant adenovirus.
  615. Deletion of the immunoglobulin kappa chain intron enhancer abolishes kappa chain gene rearrangement in cis but not lambda chain gene rearrangement in trans.
  616. Electrophysiological changes in the surrounding brain tissue of photochemically induced cortical infarcts in the rat
  617. Efficient transplantation of BCR-ABL-induced chronic myelogenous leukemia-like syndrome in mice.
  618. A bipartite DNA-binding domain in yeast Reb1p.
  619. E2A-Pbx1, the t(1;19) translocation protein of human pre-B-cell acute lymphocytic leukemia, causes acute myeloid leukemia in mice.
  620. Hormone-regulated v-rel estrogen receptor fusion protein: reversible induction of cell transformation and cellular gene expression.
  621. Oscillatory activity in different motor subsystems in palatal myoclonus. A case report
  622. Signal recognition particle receptor is important for cell growth and protein secretion in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
  623. The signal for glucose repression of the lactose-galactose regulon is amplified through subtle modulation of transcription of the Kluyveromyces lactis Kl-GAL4 activator gene.
  624. Domain structure of U2 and U4/U6 small nuclear ribonucleoprotein particles from Trypanosoma brucei: identification of trans-spliceosomal specific RNA-protein interactions.
  625. Import of cytochrome c heme lyase into mitochondria: a novel pathway into the intermembrane space.
  626. Molecular characterization of the 5′ end of therudimentarygene inDrosophilaand analysis of three P element insertions
  627. Sequence requirements for transcriptional arrest in exon 1 of the human adenosine deaminase gene.
  628. Prohibitin, an evolutionarily conserved intracellular protein that blocks DNA synthesis in normal fibroblasts and HeLa cells.
  629. Participation of interneurons in penicillin-induced epileptic discharges
  630. Afterpotentials following penicillin-induced paroxysmal depolarizations in rat hippocampal CA1 pyramidal cells in vitro
  631. Constitutive expression of the urokinase plasminogen activator gene in murine RAW264 macrophages involves distal and 5′ non-coding sequences that are conserved between mouse and pig
  632. The reverse transcriptase gene of cauliflower mosaic virus is translated separately from the capsid gene.
  633. Distinct positive and negative elements control the limited hepatocyte and choroid plexus expression of transthyretin in transgenic mice.
  634. Calcium-dependent potassium current following penicillin-induced epileptiform discharges in the hippocampal slice
  635. Activation of MYC in a masked t(8;17) translocation results in an aggressive B-cell leukemia.
  636. Midwife regulation, education, and practice in The Netherlands during the nineteenth century
  637. Separation of different types of afterpotentials following penicillin-induced paroxysmal depolarization shifts of neurons in the motor cortex of the rat
  638. Expression of human adenosine deaminase in murine hematopoietic cells.
  639. Membrane currents induced by pentylenetetrazol in identified neurons of Helix pomatia
  640. Overcoming interference to retroviral superinfection results in amplified expression and transmission of cloned genes.
  641. Post-hypoxic action (intention) myoclonus: a clinico-electroencephalographic study
  642. Nifedipine for epilepsy? A pilot study
  643. Activation of V kappa gene rearrangement in pre-B cells follows the expression of membrane-bound immunoglobulin heavy chains.
  644. Human chromosome 22.
  645. Motor cortical epileptic foci in vivo: actions of a calcium channel blocker on paroxysmal neuronal depolarizations
  646. Molecular analysis of TCRB and ABL in a t(7;9)-containing cell line (SUP-T3) from a human T-cell leukemia.
  647. Receptor for bombesin with associated tyrosine kinase activity.
  648. Acetylcholine responses in snail neurons: Increase and decrease in potassium conductance succeeding inward currents
  649. Suppression of focal epileptiform discharges by intraventricular perfusion of a calcium antagonist
  650. Decrease of potassium permeability by intracellular application of sodium ions in snail neurons
  651. Acetylcholine responses of identified neurons in Helix pomatia—I. interactions between acetylcholine-induced and potential-dependent membrane conductances
  652. Acetylcholine responses of identified neurons in helix pomatia—II. pharmacological properties of acetylcholine responses
  653. Acetylcholine responses of identified neurons in helix pomatia—iii. ionic composition of the depolarizing currents induced by acetylcholine
  654. Expression of the mouse p53 cellular tumor antigen in monkey cells.
  655. Continuous measurement of pentylenetetrazol concentration by a liquid ion exchanger microelectrode
  656. Three different activated ras genes in mouse tumours; evidence for oncogene activation during progression of a mouse lymphoma.
  657. Reduction of calcium currents in identified neurons of Helix pomatia: Intracellular injection of D890
  658. P53 transformation-related protein accumulates in the nucleus of transformed fibroblasts in association with the chromatin and is found in the cytoplasm of non-transformed fibroblasts.
  659. High level of tyrosine protein kinase in a murine lymphoma cell line induced by Moloney leukemia virus.
  660. Molecular cloning and chromosomal mapping of a human locus related to the transforming gene of Moloney murine sarcoma virus.
  661. Chromosomal mapping of the simian sarcoma virus onc gene analogue in human cells.
  662. Molecular cloning and characterization of the chicken DNA locus related to the oncogene erbB of avian erythroblastosis virus.
  663. Cellular Moloney murine sarcoma (c-mos) sequences are hypermethylated and transcriptionally silent in normal and transformed rodent cells.
  664. Synthetic peptide fragment of src gene product inhibits the src protein kinase and crossreacts immunologically with avian onc kinases and cellular phosphoproteins.
  665. Sequence of Fibrinogen Proteolysis and Platelet Release after Intrauterine Infusion of Hypertonic Saline
  666. On the deaminating enzyme of flesh-fly larvae
  667. A Study of the Coltform Organisms Infecting the Wounds of War