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  1. Aspartame produces learning and memory deficits that may be transmitted from fathers to children
  2. Learning and memory deficits produced by aspartame are heritable via the paternal lineage
  3. Reply to Charles V. Vorhees: Aspartame and anxiety-like behavior
  4. Anxiety produced by aspartame consumption is transmitted to multiple generations of descendants
  5. Repetitive Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in an Awake, Unanesthetized Mouse Model of Perinatal Nicotine Exposure Produces Transient Novelty-Seeking and Depression-Like Behaviors
  6. Nicotine and the developing brain: Insights from preclinical models
  7. Behavioral and Neuroanatomical Consequences of Cell-Type Specific Loss of Dopamine D2 Receptors in the Mouse Cerebral Cortex
  8. Heritable consequences of paternal nicotine exposure: from phenomena to mechanisms†
  9. Hippocampal neuroinflammation following combined exposure to cyclophosphamide and naproxen in ovariectomized mice
  10. Repetitive Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in a Perinatal Nicotine Exposure Mouse Model of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  11. Frontal Cortical Monoamine Release, Attention, and Working Memory in a Perinatal Nicotine Exposure Mouse Model Following Kappa Opioid Receptor Antagonism
  12. The adenosine A(2A) receptor agonist CGS 21680 alleviates auditory sensorimotor gating deficits and increases in accumbal CREB in rats neonatally treated with quinpirole
  13. Transgenerational transmission of behavioral phenotypes produced by exposure of male mice to saccharin and nicotine
  14. Nicotine in Senescence and Atherosclerosis
  15. Effects of Developmental Nicotine Exposure on Frontal Cortical GABA-to-Non-GABA Neuron Ratio and Novelty-Seeking Behavior
  16. Nicotine exposure of male mice produces behavioral impairment in multiple generations of descendants
  17. Attention and working memory deficits in a perinatal nicotine exposure mouse model
  18. The Mixed Opioid Receptor Antagonist Naltrexone Mitigates Stimulant-Induced Euphoria
  19. Opiate Antagonists Do Not Interfere With the Clinical Benefits of Stimulants in ADHD
  20. Translational effects and coding potential of an upstream open reading frame associated with DOPA Responsive Dystonia
  21. A prenatal nicotine exposure mouse model of methylphenidate responsive ADHD‐associated cognitive phenotypes
  22. Is Paternal Smoking at Conception a Risk for ADHD? A Controlled Study in Youth With and Without ADHD
  24. Cocaine-induced neurodevelopmental deficits and underlying mechanisms
  25. A study of the neuropsychological correlates in adults with high functioning autism spectrum disorders
  26. Prenatal Cocaine Exposure Alters BDNF-TrkB Signaling in the Embryonic and Adult Brain
  27. Reversal Learning Deficits Associated with Increased Frontal Cortical Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor Tyrosine Kinase B Signaling in a Prenatal Cocaine Exposure Mouse Model
  28. Nucleosome Repositioning: A Novel Mechanism for Nicotine- and Cocaine-Induced Epigenetic Changes
  29. Dopamine Receptor and Gα(olf) Expression in DYT1 Dystonia Mouse Models during Postnatal Development
  30. New methods for investigation of neuronal migration in embryonic brain explants
  31. Teenage Brains: Think Different?
  32. Transgenerational Transmission of Hyperactivity in a Mouse Model of ADHD
  33. Effects of prenatal exposure to cocaine on brain structure and function
  34. Cup of Joe: A Brain Development “No”?
  35. Is ADHD a risk for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)? Results from a large longitudinal study of referred children with and without ADHD
  36. Structural, Genetic, and Functional Signatures of Disordered Neuro-Immunological Development in Autism Spectrum Disorder
  37. Examining the nature of the comorbidity between pediatric attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder
  38. The E3 Ubiquitin Ligase Protein Associated with Myc (Pam) Regulates Mammalian/Mechanistic Target of Rapamycin Complex 1 (mTORC1) Signaling in Vivo through N- and C-terminal Domains
  39. Prenatal Nicotine Exposure Mouse Model Showing Hyperactivity, Reduced Cingulate Cortex Volume, Reduced Dopamine Turnover, and Responsiveness to Oral Methylphenidate Treatment
  40. Neurogenesis and Neuronal Migration in the Forebrain of the TorsinA Knockout Mouse Embryo
  41. Prenatal Cocaine Exposure Decreases Parvalbumin-Immunoreactive Neurons and GABA-to-Projection Neuron Ratio in the Medial Prefrontal Cortex
  42. Retinoic acid influences neuronal migration from the ganglionic eminence to the cerebral cortex
  43. Cocaine Alters BDNF Expression and Neuronal Migration in the Embryonic Mouse Forebrain
  44. Methylphenidate and μ opioid receptor interactions: A pharmacological target for prevention of stimulant abuse
  45. Does exposure to maternal smoking during pregnancy affect the clinical features of ADHD? Results from a controlled study
  46. Prenatal l-DOPA exposure produces lasting changes in brain dopamine content, cocaine-induced dopamine release and cocaine conditioned place preference
  47. A transgenic mouse model of neuroepithelial cell specific inducible overexpression of dopamine D1-receptor
  48. Cocaine exposure modulates dopamine and adenosine signaling in the fetal brain
  49. Holoprosencephaly and microcephaly vera: perturbations of proliferation
  50. Plasma and brain concentrations of oral therapeutic doses of methylphenidate and their impact on brain monoamine content in mice
  51. DNA-Based MRI Probes for Specific Detection of Chronic Exposure to Amphetamine in Living Brains
  52. Neocortical neurogenesis: morphogenetic gradients and beyond
  53. Dopamine, cocaine and the development of cerebral cortical cytoarchitecture: A review of current concepts
  54. Drug Abuse, Addiction and the Developing Brain
  55. Preface
  56. Modes and Mishaps of Neuronal Migration in the Mammalian Brain
  57. Angiogenesis in the embryonic CNS
  58. Monitoring endothelial cell development and migration in the embryonic CNS
  59. Compartment-specific transcription factors orchestrate angiogenesis gradients in the embryonic brain
  60. Histogenetic Processes Leading to the Laminated Neocortex: Migration Is Only a Part of the Story
  61. Elevated dopamine levels during gestation produce region-specific decreases in neurogenesis and subtle deficits in neuronal numbers
  62. Navigating Neocortical Neurogenesis and Neuronal Specification: A Positional Information System Encoded by Neurogenetic Gradients
  63. Acute Plasmalemma Permeability and Protracted Clearance of Injured Cells after Controlled Cortical Impact in Mice
  64. Dopamine receptor mRNA and protein expression in the mouse corpus striatum and cerebral cortex during pre- and postnatal development
  65. Dopamine Receptor Activation Modulates GABA Neuron Migration from the Basal Forebrain to the Cerebral Cortex
  66. Cell Proliferation
  67. Involvement of Matrix Metalloproteinase in Neuroblast Cell Migration from the Subventricular Zone after Stroke
  68. Alternative splicing in protein associated with Myc (Pam) influences its binding to c-Myc
  69. Developmental patterns of torsinA and torsinB expression
  70. Characterization of Mouse Striatal Precursor Cell Lines Expressing Functional Dopamine Receptors
  71. Stem and Progenitor Cells in the Central Nervous System
  72. Overexpression of p27Kip1, Probability of Cell Cycle Exit, and Laminar Destination of Neocortical Neurons
  73. Cocaine Exposure Decreases GABA Neuron Migration from the Ganglionic Eminence to the Cerebral Cortex in Embryonic Mice
  74. Influence of Dopamine on Precursor Cell Proliferation and Differentiation in the Embryonic Mouse Telencephalon
  75. Neural Stem Cells: A Perspective and Synopsis of the Current Status
  76. Effect of Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor Treatment on Brain Progenitor Cells After Permanent Focal Ischemia in Rats
  77. Cell Output, Cell Cycle Duration and Neuronal Specification: a Model of Integrated Mechanisms of the Neocortical Proliferative Process
  78. Developmental regulation of the effects of fibroblast growth factor-2 and 1-octanol on neuronogenesis: Implications for a hypothesis relating to mitogen-antimitogen opposition
  79. Continuity with Ganglionic Eminence Modulates Interkinetic Nuclear Migration in the Neocortical Pseudostratified Ventricular Epithelium
  80. Overexpression of p27 Kip1 lengthens the G 1 phase in a mouse model that targets inducible gene expression to central nervous system progenitor cells
  81. Early and Progressive Accumulation of Reactive Microglia in the Huntington Disease Brain
  82. Increased susceptibility to ischemia‐induced brain damage in transgenic mice overexpressing a dominant negative form of SHP2
  83. ?-catenin is a nervous system-specific adherens junction protein which undergoes dynamic relocalization during development
  84. Independent Controls for Neocortical Neuron Production and Histogenetic Cell Death
  85. Intrinsic determinants of retinal axon collateralization and arborization patterns
  86. Proliferative Behavior of the Murine Cerebral Wall in Tissue Culture: Cell Cycle Kinetics and Checkpoints
  87. Analysis of huntingtin-associated protein 1 in mouse brain and immortalized striatal neurons
  88. Heterogeneity of subcellular localization and electrophoretic mobility of survival motor neuron (SMN) protein in mammalian neural cells and tissues
  89. The Sequence of Formation and Development of Corticostriate Connections in Mice
  90. The protein tyrosine phosphatase SHP-2 is expressed in glial and neuronal progenitor cells, postmitotic neurons and reactive astrocytes
  91. Huntingtin localization in brains of normal and Huntington's disease patients
  92. Neuronal high-affinity glutamate transport in the rat central nervous system
  93. An immunocytochemical marker for hamster retinal ganglion cells
  94. MR Imaging of Slow Axonal Transport in Vivo
  95. Transient Axonal Branching in the Developing Corpus Callosum
  96. Axon substitution in the reorganization of developing neural connections.
  97. Dendritic invagination of developing optic tract axons in the hamster
  98. Effects of environmental diversity on brain morphology
  99. The effects of a 30 day period of environmental diversity on well-fed and previously undernourished rats: Neuronal and synaptic measures in the visual cortex (area 17)
  100. The effects of a lengthy period of environmental diversity on well-fed and previously undernourished rats. I. Neurons and glial cells
  101. The effects of a lengthy period of environmental diversity on well-fed and previously undernourished rats. II. Synapse-to-neuron ratios
  102. The effects of environmental diversity on well-fed and previously undernourished rats: I. Body and brain measurements
  103. Analysis of Cell Generation in the Telencephalic Neuroepithelium