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Jan-2011Salience modulation and associative inhibition interaction: short but not long exposure to similar stimuli protects the salience of the unique elements.Contel, DM; Sansa, J; Artigas, AA; Prados, JJournal Article
7-Apr-2000Parasite-associated growth enhancement in a fish-cestode system.Arnott, SA; Barber, I; Huntingford, FAJournal Article
May-2011Identification of four functional NR3B isoforms in developing white matter reveals unexpected diversity among glutamate receptors.Domingues, AM; Neugebauer, KM; Fern, RJournal Article
1-Oct-2008Diphthamide modification of eEF2 requires a J-domain protein and is essential for normal development.Webb, TR; Cross, SH; McKie, L; Edgar, R; Vizor, L; Harrison, J; Peters, J; Jackson, IJJournal Article
5-Feb-2013High lability of sexual system over 250 million years of evolution in morphologically conservative tadpole shrimps.Mathers, T.C.; Hammond, Robert L.; Jenner, R.A.; Zierold, T.; Hänfling, B.; Gómez, A.Journal Article
21-Feb-2012Exposure to anticancer drugs can result in transgenerational genomic instability in mice.Glen, CD; Dubrova, YEJournal Article
30-Nov-2006Radiation-induced transgenerational alterations in genome stability and DNA damage.Barber, RC; Hickenbotham, P; Hatch, T; Kelly, D; Topchiy, N; Almeida, GM; Jones, GD; Johnson, GE; Parry, JM; Rothkamm, K; Dubrova, YEJournal Article
Oct-2001MSY2 and MSY4 bind a conserved sequence in the 3' untranslated region of protamine 1 mRNA in vitro and in vivoGiorgini, Flaviano; Davies, Holly G.; Braun, Robert E.Journal Article
5-Dec-2007A physiological role for nitric oxide in the centrally mediated sympathetic and somatomotor ejaculatory response in anesthetized male Wistar rats.Brack, KE; Watkins, N; Pyner, S; Coote, JHJournal Article
Nov-2004Evidence for P2Y1, P2Y2, P2Y6 and atypical UTP-sensitive receptors coupled to rises in intracellular calcium in mouse cultured superior cervical ganglion neurons and glia.Calvert, JA; Atterbury-Thomas, AE; Leon, C; Forsythe, ID; Gachet, C; Evans, RJJournal Article