# Browse by Subject "Biology, Neuroscience"

• (1989)
In order to investigate the action of ovarian steroids upon the hypothalamic LHRH pulse generator in the female rat, I have examined the in vivo activity of the hypothalamic LHRH pulse generator in the different endocrine ...

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• (2009)
Age-related ventral-visual activity has been characterized by dedifferentiation of brain responses to different categories of visual stimuli such as faces and houses that typically elicit highly specialized responses in ...

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• (1994)
Previous studies indicate a tonic GABAergic inhibitory mechanism in the posterior hypothalamus (PH) contributes to modulating cardiovascular activity. Blockade of GABA receptors on neurons in this area elicits an increase ...

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• (1996)
Capillary electrophoresis (CE) is a powerful tool for the analysis of complex microenvironments and has found widespread applicability to studies in neuroscience. Depending upon the selectivity and sensitivity requirements ...

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• (1990)
Distinctive (isolated) events are usually recalled better than common events (isolation effect). Previous research showed that components of the event-related brain potential (ERP) can be used as indices of the encoding ...

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• (1992)
Most previous attempts to determine the neurophysiological mechanisms associated with schizophrenia have examined schizophrenia as an unitary, or at most a binary (e.g., positive versus negative), entity. This study made ...

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• (1995)
A central question in developmental biology is how can two genetically equivalent cells become different? Nowhere is this question more compelling than in the case of sibling cells, where each is derived from the single ...

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• (1987)
These studies assess the effects of dopamine depleting lesions on behavior and the effects of benzodiazepines on catalepsy and the ventral tegmental area.

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• (1996)
Microtubules are essential organelles found in almost all eukaryotic cells. Some of their diverse functions include intracellular transport, cell division and maintenance of cell shape. Microtubules are composed of highly ...

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• (1986)
A renin-angiotensin system (RAS) endogenous to the brain has been proposed on the basis of immunochemical, biochemical and pharmacological evidence. Angiotensin II exerts potent effects in CNS tissues and appears to be ...

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• (1992)
This report describes and evaluates a new paradigm for the psychophysiological detection of concealed information. The conventional "lie detection" paradigm has traditionally relied upon measurements of the physiological ...

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• (1996)
Training-induced neuronal activity (TIA) develops in the limbic (anterior and medial dorsal) thalamic nuclei and cingulate cortex as rabbits learned to locomote after a foot-shock predictive tone (CS+) and to ignore another ...

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• (1991)
We have obtained high-field (11.7 T), high-resolution $\sp{13}$C solid state "magic angle" sample spinning nuclear magnetic resonance (MAS NMR) spectra of a variety of model phospholipids, sphingolipids, myelin and white ...

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• (1994)
The brain renin-angiotensin system (RAS) is a known regulator of cardiovascular function. The present studies investigated the cardiovascular effects of the pharmacological interruption of this system in hypertensive inbred ...

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• (1991)
In this study we examined angiotensin (ANG) release from primary cultured rat brain cells in response to ion stimulation and ligands that stimulate or inhibit second messenger systems in an attempt to understand how the ...

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• (1995)
A cholinergic agonist, carbachol, has been shown to shift the phase of circadian rhythms in rodents when injected intracerebroventricularly. However, the site and receptor type mediating this action have been unknown. The ...

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• (1991)
Bacteriophage K1F Endo-N-acylneuraminidase hydrolyzes alpha-2,8-linked polysialic acid found on K1 encapsulated Escherichia coli and on the neural cell adhesion molecule (NCAM). A novel cloning strategy, which pursued ...

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• (2009)
From the inception of neuron cultures, in vitro, technological advancements have emerged to improve access to developing cells and tissues. The fundamental technological shifts in the ability to culture neurons over the ...

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• (1994)
The experiments reported herein examine a form of recognition that occurs in rats within the context of mating behavior. Sexually-naive, adult, male rats are capable of recognizing familiar females with which they have ...

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• (1989)
Effects of cyclic AMP on pedal neurons of the marine mollusc, Pleurobranchaea californica were studied by intracellular iontophoresis of cyclic AMP under voltage clamp condition. The I$\sb{\rm Na,cAMP}$ response to cyclic ...

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