Neurobiologian laitos
Department of Neurobiology

Julkaisut 2006
Publications 2006

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1 Ammoun S et al. OX1 orexin receptors activate extracellular signal-regulated kinase in Chinese hamster ovary cells via multiple mechanisms: the role of Ca2+ influx in OX1 receptor signaling.
2 Ammoun S et al. G-protein-coupled OX1 orexin/hcrtr-1 hypocretin receptors induce caspase-dependent and -independent cell death through p38 mitogen-/stress-activated protein kinase.
3 Astikainen P et al. Memory-based detection of rare sound feature combinations in anesthetized rats.
4 Castén E, Tanila H. Neurotrophins and dementia - keeping in touch.
5 Gomes AV, Wong G. Ihmistautien sukkulamatomallit ovat tieteellisiä kultakaivoksia.
6 Jacobo-Herrera NJ et al. F-kappaB modulators from Valeriana officinalis.
7 Kankainen M et al. POXO: a web-enabled tool series to discover transcription factor binding sites.
8 Karhunen H et al. A long-term video-EEG and behavioral follow-up after endothelin-1 induced middle cerebral artery occlusion in rats.
9 Keinänen R et al., ed. The Eleventh Annual Post-Graduate Symposium of the A.I. Virtanen Institute Graduate School. AIVI Winter School 2006. Abstracts.
10 Kemppainen EJS et al. Fear conditioning is impaired in systemic kainic acid and amygdala-stimulation models of epilepsy.
11 Kharatishvili I et al. A model of posttraumatic epilepsy induced by lateral fluid-percussion brain injury in rats.
12 Korolainen MA et al. Oxidative modification of proteins in the frontal cortex of Alzheimer´s disease brain.
13 Lahtinen L et al. Increased expression and activity of urokinase-type plasminogen activator during epileptogenesis.
14 Liimatainen T et al. Ultra-short echo time spectroscopic imaging in rats: implications for monitoring lipids in glioma gene therapy.
15 Lukasiuk K et al. Chapter 11 Epileptogenesis-related genes revisited.
16 Magga J et al. Agonist potency differentiates G protein activation and Ca2+ signalling by the orexin receptor type 1 .
17 Malm T. Glial Cells in Alzheimer's Disease Models.
18 Malm T et al. Beta-amyloid infusion results in delayed and age-dependent learning deficits without role of inflammation or beta-amyloid deposits .
19 Meairs S et al. Stroke research priorities for the next decade - A representative view of the European scientific community.
20 Mikkonen JE. Short-Term Dynamics of Hippocampal Fast Brain Rhythms and Their Implications in the Formation of Functinal Neuronal Networks in Vivo.
21 Mikkonen JE et al. Contribution of a single CA3 neuron to network synchrony.
22 Mäkinen PI et al. Stable RNA interference: comparison of U6 and H1 promoters in endothelial cells and in mouse brain.
23 Nairismägi J. Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study of Induced Epileptogenesis in Animal Models of Epilepsy.
24 Nairismägi J et al. Status epilepticus in 12-day-old rats leads to temporal lobe neurodegeneration and volume reduction: A histologic and MRI study.
25 Nairismägi J et al. Manganese-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging of mossy fiber plasticity in vivo.
26 Nissinen J. Characterization of a Rat Model of Human Temporal Lobe Epilepsy.
27 Nurmi A et al. Antioxidant pyrrolidine dithiocarbamate activates Akt-GSK signaling and is neuroprotective in neonatal hypoxia–ischemia.
28 Näsman J et al. The orexin OX1 receptor regulates Ca2+ entry via diacylglycerol-activated channels in differentiated neuroblastoma cells.
29 Oksman M et al. Impact of different saturated fatty acid, polyunsaturated fatty acid and cholesterol containing diets on beta-amyloid accumulation in APP/PS1 transgenic mice.
30 Oksman M et al. Brain reward in the absence of alpha-synuclein.
31 Paananen J et al. CROPPER: A metagene creator resource for cross-platform and cross-species compendium studies.
32 Paananen J, Wong G. Integration of genomic data for pharmacology and toxicology using Internet resources.
33 Pirttilä T. Expression and Functions of Cystatin C in Epileptogenesis and Epilepsy .
34 Pirttilä TJ, Pitkänen A. Cystatin C expression is increased in the hippocampus following photothrombotic stroke in rat .
35 Pitkänen A. New data suggest that discontinuation of status epilepticus is not necessary for antiepileptogenic effect in immature brain.
36 Pitkänen A, Gilliam F. Change over of the baton .
37 Pitkänen A, Mcintosh TK. Animal models of post-traumatic epilepsy.
38 Roy H et al. VEGF-A, VEGF-D, VEGF receptor-1, VEGF receptor-2, NF-kappaB, and RAGE in atherosclerotic lesions of diabetic Watanabe heritable hyperlipidemic rabbits.
39 Semenov A et al. Phosphoproteomic analysis of neurotrophin receptor TrkB signaling pathways in mouse brain.
40 Shemer I et al. Non-fibrillar beta-amyloid abates spike-timing-dependent synaptic potentiation at excitatory synapses in layer 2/3 of the neocortex by targeting postsynaptic AMPA receptors.
41 Storvik M et al. Distinct gene expression profiles in adult rat brains after acute MK-801 and cocaine treatments.
42 Tararuk T et al. JNK1 phosphorylation of SCG10 determines microtubule dynamics and axodendritic length.
43 Tuunanen P. Sensory Processing by Functional MRI: Correlations with MEG and the Role of Oxygen Availability.
44 Tuunanen PI, Kauppinen RA. Effects of oxygen saturation on BOLD and arterial spin labelling perfusion fMRI signals studied in a motor activation task.
45 Tuunanen PI et al. Heterogeneous oxygen extraction in the visual cortex during activation in mild hypoxic hypoxia revealed by quantitative functional magnetic resonance imaging.
46 Tuunanen PI et al. Effects of mild hypoxic hypoxia on poststimulus undershoot of blood-oxygenation-level-dependent fMRI signal in the human visual cortex.
47 Vartiainen S et al. Increased lifespan in transgenic Caenorhabditis elegans overexpressing human alpha-synuclein.
48 Vartiainen S et al. Identification of gene expression changes in transgenic C. elegans overexpressing human alpha-synuclein.
49 Wilson I, Tanila H. Miksi vanha ei muista?
50 Wilson IA et al. Neurocognitive aging: prior memories hinder new hippocampal encoding.
51 Yavich L et al. Abnormal compartmentalization of norepinephrine in mouse dentate gyrus in alpha-synuclein knockout and A30P trasgenic mice.

Neurobiologian laitos Department of Neurobiology
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