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  2. Al-Nema M.Y. et al. Phosphodiesterase as a target for cognition enhancement in schizophrenia. (2020) CURRENT TOPICS IN MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY 1568-0266 1873-4294 20 26 2404-2421
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  3. De Franceschi Nicola et al. The ESCRT protein CHMP2B acts as a diffusion barrier on reconstituted membrane necks. (2019) JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE 0021-9533 1477-9137 132 4
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    Független, Idéző: 30611955, Kapcsolat: 28092142
  4. Chidambaram S.B. et al. Dendritic spines: Revisiting the physiological role. (2019) PROGRESS IN NEURO-PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY & BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY 0278-5846 1878-4216 92 161-193
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    Független, Idéző: 30774582, Kapcsolat: 28270499
  5. Heckman PRA et al. From age-related cognitive decline to alzheimer’s disease: A translational overview of the potential role for phosphodiesterases. (2017) ADVANCES IN NEUROBIOLOGY 2190-5215 17 135-168
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    Független, Idéző: 26941322, Kapcsolat: 28953136
  6. Bou-Idra Mohamed et al. Phytochemistry and Stimulatory Effect of Probiotic Micro-Organisms of the Fruit of Opuntia Ficus Indica from the Region of Meknes (Morocco). (2016) EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH 1450-216X 1450-202X 139 1 36-48
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    Független, Idéző: 27207873, Kapcsolat: 27207873
  7. Umar Tarana et al. Selective inhibitors of phosphodiesterases: therapeutic promise for neurodegenerative disorders. (2015) MEDCHEMCOMM 2040-2503 2040-2511 6 12 2063-2080
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    Független, Idéző: 25317006, Kapcsolat: 25281516
  8. Lee Justin. Characterization of motor pool selectivity of neuromuscular degeneration and identification of molecular correlates of disease resistance in Type I spinal muscular atrophy. (2015)
    Thesis/PhD (Thesis)/Scientific[30611972] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 30611972, Kapcsolat: 28092157
  9. Zhang H-T et al. Inhibition of Cyclic Nucleotide Phosphodiesterases to Regulate Memory. (2014) In: Cyclic-Nucleotide Phosphodiesterases in the Central Nervous System: From Biology to Drug Discovery pp. 171-210
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    Független, Idéző: 26145959, Kapcsolat: 25067178
  10. Mangambu MJ et al. Contribution à l’étude photochimique de quelques plantes médicinales antidiabétiques de la ville de Bukavu et ses environs (Sud-Kivu, RD Congo). (2014) JOURNAL OF APPLIED BIOSCIENCES (KENYA) 1997-5902 75 1 6211-6220
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[30611958] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 30611958, Kapcsolat: 28092145
  11. Ren Q et al. Research progress in pharmacological mechanisms of vinpocetine. (2013) CHINESE TRADITIONAL AND HERBAL DRUGS 0253-2670 44 11 1517-1520
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    Független, Idéző: 23717059, Kapcsolat: 23869040
  12. Rumianceva SA. Modern approach to the correction of cognitive disorders in patients with vascular comorbidity: Современные подходы к коррекции когнитивныхрасстройств у больных с. (2013) Klinicheskaya farmakologiya i terapiya 0869-5490 22 3 20-24
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[27130727] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 27130727, Kapcsolat: 27130727
  13. Rumianceva SA et al. Contemporary approach to the correction of cognitive disorders in patients with vascular comorbidity. (2013) RATIONAL PHARMACOTHERAPY IN CARDIOLOGY / RATSIONAL'NAYA FARMAKOTERAPIYA V KARDIOLOGII 1819-6446 2225-3653 9 2 158-162
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[26858521] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 26858521, Kapcsolat: 26858521
  14. Paul Arco. Overexpression of Serum Response Factor in Astrocytes Improves Neuronal Plasticity in a Model of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders. (2012)
    Thesis/Degree, non-Hungarian, non-PhD (Thesis)/Scientific[30611977] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 30611977, Kapcsolat: 28092159
  15. Ftouni Hussein. Ingénierie moléculaire de fluorophores absorbants biphotonique pour des applications biologiques. (2012)
    Thesis/Degree, non-Hungarian, non-PhD (Thesis)/Scientific[30611963] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 30611963, Kapcsolat: 28092149
  16. Lantz Crystal. Effects of Early Alcohol Exposure on Ocular Dominance Plasticity. (2012)
    Thesis/Degree, non-Hungarian, non-PhD (Thesis)/Scientific[27207862] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 27207862, Kapcsolat: 27207862
  17. Lantz CL et al. Early alcohol exposure disrupts visual cortex plasticity in mice. (2012) INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE 0736-5748 1873-474X 30 5 351-357
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    Független, Idéző: 23647380, Kapcsolat: 23647380
  18. Medina AE. Therapeutic utility of phosphodiesterase type I inhibitors in neurological conditions. (2011) FRONTIERS IN NEUROSCIENCE 1662-4548 1662-453X 5
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    Független, Idéző: 26597171, Kapcsolat: 23869041
  19. Medina AE. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and Abnormal Neuronal Plasticity. (2011) NEUROSCIENTIST 1073-8584 1089-4098 17 3 274-287
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[21903775] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 21903775, Kapcsolat: 21785415
  20. Nunes F et al. Acute administration of vinpocetine, a phosphodiesterase type 1 inhibitor, ameliorates hyperactivity in a mice model of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. (2011) DRUG AND ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE 0376-8716 119 1-2 81-87
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[21903776] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 21903776, Kapcsolat: 21785416
  21. Young Pamela. The Effects of Refractive Index Mismatch on Multiphoton Fluorescence Excitation Microscopy of Biological Tissue. (2010)
    Thesis/PhD (Thesis)/Scientific[30611981] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 30611981, Kapcsolat: 28092162
  22. Filgueiras CC et al. Phosphodiesterase type 1 inhibition improves learning in rats exposed to alcohol during the third trimester equivalent of human gestation. (2010) NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS 0304-3940 1872-7972 473 3 202-207
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[21884297] [Admin approved]
    Független, Idéző: 21884297, Kapcsolat: 21295979
  23. Csillik B et al. Antinociceptive effect of vinpocetine - a comprehensive survey [A vinpocetin antinociceptiv hatása]. (2010) IDEGGYOGYASZATI SZEMLE / CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE 0019-1442 2498-6208 63 5-6 185-192
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[1927096] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 1927096, Kapcsolat: 21295980
  24. Deshmukh R et al. Amelioration of intracerebroventricular streptozotocin induced cognitive dysfunction and oxidative stress by vinpocetine - a PDE1 inhibitor. (2009) EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY 0014-2999 1879-0712 620 1-3 49-56
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    Független, Idéző: 22044257, Kapcsolat: 10063845
  25. Medina AE et al. Neocortical plasticity deficits in fetal alcohol spectrum disorders: Lessons from barrel and visual cortex. (2008) JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH 0360-4012 1097-4547 86 2 256-263
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[21884300] [Admin approved]
    Független, Idéző: 21884300, Kapcsolat: 10063847
  26. Barclay Laurie. Nutritional Strategies to Preserve Memory and Cognition. (2007)
    Miscellaneous/Not classified (Miscellaneous)/Scientific[27207861] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 27207861, Kapcsolat: 27207861
  27. Knyihar-Csillik E et al. Effect of vinpocetine on retrograde axoplasmic transport. (2007) ANNALS OF ANATOMY-ANATOMISCHER ANZEIGER 0940-9602 189 1 39-45
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[1078442] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 1078442, Kapcsolat: 10063848
  28. Sitges M et al. Single and combined effects of carbamazepine and vinpocetine on depolarization-induced changes in Na+, Ca2+ and glutamate release in hippocampal isolated nerve endings. (2006) NEUROCHEMISTRY INTERNATIONAL 0197-0186 1872-9754 49 55-61
    Journal Article[10063850] [Admin approved]
    Független, Idéző: 10063850, Kapcsolat: 10063850
  29. Medina AE et al. Restoration of neuronal plasticity by a phosphodiesterase type 1 inhibitor in a model of fetal alcohol exposure. (2006) JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 0270-6474 1529-2401 26 3 1057-1060
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[21884400] [Admin approved]
    Független, Idéző: 21884400, Kapcsolat: 10063849
  30. Goepp Julius. By promoting improved blood flow, vinpocetine benefits brain health. (2006)
    Miscellaneous/Not classified (Miscellaneous)/Scientific[27207859] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 27207859, Kapcsolat: 27207859
  31. Vas A et al. Eburnamine derivatives and the brain. (2005) MEDICINAL RESEARCH REVIEWS 0198-6325 1098-1128 25 6 737-757
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[23005561] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 23005561, Kapcsolat: 10063852
  32. Zipfel WR et al. Nonlinear magic: multiphoton microscopy in the biosciences. (2003) NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY 1087-0156 1546-1696 21 1368-1376
    Journal Article[10063853] [Admin approved]
    Független, Idéző: 10063853, Kapcsolat: 10063853
Rozsa B et al. Distance-dependent scaling of calcium transients evoked by backpropagating spikes and synaptic activity in dendrites of hippocampal interneurons. (2004) JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 0270-6474 1529-2401 24 3 661-670, 109502
Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[109502]
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    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[31381722] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 31381722, Kapcsolat: 29075992
  2. Bannon N.M. et al. Synaptic Plasticity in Cortical Inhibitory Neurons: What Mechanisms May Help to Balance Synaptic Weight Changes?. (2020) FRONTIERS IN CELLULAR NEUROSCIENCE 1662-5102 14
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[31633461] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 31633461, Kapcsolat: 29493215
  3. Harding E.K. et al. Intracellular calcium responses encode action potential firing in spinal cord lamina I neurons. (2020) JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 0270-6474 1529-2401 40 23 4439-4456
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[31381721] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 31381721, Kapcsolat: 29075991
  4. Houben A.M. et al. A calcium-influx-dependent plasticity model exhibiting multiple STDP curves. (2020) JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE 0929-5313 1573-6873 48 1 65-84
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[31158324] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 31158324, Kapcsolat: 28784871
  5. Magnin Elise et al. Input-Specific Synaptic Location and Function of the alpha 5 GABA(A) Receptor Subunit in the Mouse CA1 Hippocampal Neurons. (2019) JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 0270-6474 1529-2401 39 5 788-801
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[30428096] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 30428096, Kapcsolat: 28121020
  6. Delattre Sabrina. The impact of dendritic calcium control on interneurons function within the hippocampal circuit. (2018)
    Thesis/Degree, non-Hungarian, non-PhD (Thesis)/Scientific[30638589] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 30638589, Kapcsolat: 28121029
  7. Hu Hua et al. SYNAPTIC INTEGRATION IN CORTICAL INHIBITORY NEURON DENDRITES. (2018) NEUROSCIENCE 0306-4522 1873-7544 368 Amsterdam 115-131
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[27109696] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 27109696, Kapcsolat: 27044508
  8. Vida Imre et al. Morphology of Hippocampal Neurons. (2018) In: Hippocampal Microcircuits pp. 29-90
    Chapter in Book/Chapter (Chapter in Book)/Scientific[30638581] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 30638581, Kapcsolat: 28121024
  9. Pelkey Kenneth A et al. HIPPOCAMPAL GABAERGIC INHIBITORY INTERNEURONS. (2017) PHYSIOLOGICAL REVIEWS 0031-9333 1522-1210 97 4 1619-1747
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[27352373] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 27352373, Kapcsolat: 26941319
  10. Matthews Elizabeth A et al. Buffer mobility and the regulation of neuronal calcium domains. (2015) FRONTIERS IN CELLULAR NEUROSCIENCE 1662-5102 9 FEB
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[24730252] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 24730252, Kapcsolat: 24730252
  11. Rudolph Stephanie et al. Active Dendrites and Differential Distribution of Calcium Channels Enable Functional Compartmentalization of Golgi Cells. (2015) JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 0270-6474 1529-2401 35 47 15492-15504
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[25857952] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 25857952, Kapcsolat: 26413236
  12. Li Gengyu et al. Firing of Hippocampal Neurogliaform Cells Induces Suppression of Synaptic Inhibition. (2014) JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 0270-6474 1529-2401 34 4 1280-1292
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[25862953] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 25862953, Kapcsolat: 23868746
  13. Anwar Haroon et al. Dendritic diameters affect the spatial variability of intracellular calcium dynamics in computer models. (2014) FRONTIERS IN CELLULAR NEUROSCIENCE 1662-5102 8 JULY
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[27367272] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 27367272, Kapcsolat: 24583957
  14. Yang SM et al. Wide propagation of graded signals in nonspiking neurons. (2013) JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY 0022-3077 1522-1598 109 3 711-720
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[23647387] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23647387, Kapcsolat: 23647387
  15. Matthews EA et al. Tuning Local Calcium Availability: Cell-Type-Specific Immobile Calcium Buffer Capacity in Hippocampal Neurons. (2013) JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 0270-6474 1529-2401 33 36 14431-14445
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[23647388] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 23647388, Kapcsolat: 23647388
  16. Nyitrai G et al. Polyamidoamine dendrimer impairs mitochondrial oxidation in brain tissue. (2013) JOURNAL OF NANOBIOTECHNOLOGY 1477-3155 11
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[2305501] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 2305501, Kapcsolat: 23647389
  17. Silvestri L et al. ADVANCED OPTICAL TECHNIQUES TO EXPLORE BRAIN STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION. (2013) JOURNAL OF INNOVATIVE OPTICAL HEALTH SCIENCES 1793-5458 1793-7205 6 1
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[23647391] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23647391, Kapcsolat: 23647391
  18. Ross WN. Understanding calcium waves and sparks in central neurons. (2012) NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE 1471-003X 1471-0048 13 3 157-168
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    Független, Idéző: 22962559, Kapcsolat: 22365549
  19. Camire O et al. Functional compartmentalisation and regulation of postsynaptic Ca2+ transients in inhibitory interneurons. (2012) CELL CALCIUM 0143-4160 52 5 339-346
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[23647392] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 23647392, Kapcsolat: 23647392
  20. Evstratova Alesya et al. Cell type-specific and activity-dependent dynamics of action potential-evoked Ca2+ signals in dendrites of hippocampal inhibitory interneurons. (2011) JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON 0022-3751 1469-7793 589 8 1957-1977
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[25003701] [Validated]
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  21. Rose J et al. Heterosynaptic molecular dynamics: locally induced propagating synaptic accumulation of cam kinase ii. (2009) NEURON 0896-6273 61 3 351-358
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    Független, Idéző: 10067642, Kapcsolat: 10067642
  22. Liao CW et al. ESTIMATING INTRACELLULAR Ca2+ CONCENTRATIONS AND BUFFERING IN A DENDRITIC INHIBITORY HIPPOCAMPAL INTERNEURON. (2009) NEUROSCIENCE 0306-4522 1873-7544 164 4 1701-1711
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[22887776] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 22887776, Kapcsolat: 10067641
  23. Saftenku EE. Computational study of non-homogeneous distribution of Ca2+ handling systems in cerebellar granule cells. (2009) JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY 0022-5193 1095-8541 257 2 228-244
    Journal Article/Scientific[27198525] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 27198525, Kapcsolat: 10067640
  24. Topolnik L et al. Activity-Dependent Compartmentalized Regulation of Dendritic Ca2+ Signaling in Hippocampal Interneurons. (2009) JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 0270-6474 1529-2401 29 14 4658-4663
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[22865027] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 22865027, Kapcsolat: 10067639
  25. Srinivas KV et al. Epileptiform activity induces distance-dependent alterations of the Ca2+ extrusion mechanism in the apical dendrites of subicular pyramidal neurons. (2008) EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 0953-816X 1460-9568 28 11 2195-2212
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[10070732] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 10070732, Kapcsolat: 10067649
  26. Aponte Y et al. Efficient Ca2+ buffering in fast-spiking basket cells of rat hippocampus. (2008) JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON 0022-3751 1469-7793 586 8 2061-2075
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    Független, Idéző: 22868336, Kapcsolat: 10067648
  27. Kullmann PHM et al. Dendritic Ca2+ responses in neonatal lateral superior olive neurons elicited by glycinergic/GABAergic synapses and action potentials. (2008) NEUROSCIENCE 0306-4522 1873-7544 154 1 338-345
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    Független, Idéző: 10067646, Kapcsolat: 10067646
  28. Menegola M et al. Dendritic A-type potassium channel subunit expression in CA1 hippocampal interneurons. (2008) NEUROSCIENCE 0306-4522 1873-7544 154 3 953-964
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[21285033] [Admin approved]
    Független, Idéző: 21285033, Kapcsolat: 10067645
  29. Calixto E et al. Coincidence detection of convergent perforant path and mossy fibre inputs by CA3 interneurons. (2008) JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON 0022-3751 1469-7793 586 11 2695-2712
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[23828015] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 23828015, Kapcsolat: 10067644
  30. Fayuk D et al. Dendritic Ca2+ Signalling Due to Activation of Alpha 7-containing Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptors in Rat Hippocampal Neurons. (2007) JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON 0022-3751 1469-7793 582 597-611
    Journal Article[10067656] [Admin approved]
    Független, Idéző: 10067656, Kapcsolat: 10067656
  31. Soler Llavina GJ et al. Synapse-specific plasticity and compartmentalized signaling in cerebellar stellate cells. (2006) NATURE NEUROSCIENCE 1097-6256 1546-1726 9 6 798-806
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[10032065] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 10032065, Kapcsolat: 10067658
  32. Svoboda K et al. Principles of two-photon excitation microscopy and its applications to neuroscience. (2006) NEURON 0896-6273 50 6 823-839
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[22597293] [Validated]
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  33. Padmashri R et al. Kynurenate treatment of autaptic hippocampal microcultures affect localized voltage-dependent calcium diffusion in the dendrites. (2006) CELL CALCIUM 0143-4160 39 247-258
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  34. Goldberg JH et al. Space matters: local and global dendritic Ca2+ compartmentalization in cortical interneurons. (2005) TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES 0166-2236 28 3 158-167
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[22981272] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 22981272, Kapcsolat: 10067661
  35. Rusakov DA et al. Modulation of presynaptic Ca(2+) entry by AMPA receptors at individual GABAergic synapses in the cerebellum. (2005) JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 0270-6474 1529-2401 25 20 4930-4940
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    Független, Idéző: 22889388, Kapcsolat: 10067662
  36. Reeke G.N. et al. Modeling in the neurosciences: From biological systems to neuromimetic robotics: Second edition. (2005) ISBN:9780203390979; 0415328683; 9780415328685
    Book/Study collection (Book)/Scientific[30762613] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 30762613, Kapcsolat: 28255885
  37. Waters J et al. Backpropagating action potentials in neurones: measurement, mechanisms and potential functions. (2005) PROGRESS IN BIOPHYSICS AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 0079-6107 87 1 145-170
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[22888163] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 22888163, Kapcsolat: 10067665
  38. Goldberg JH et al. Global dendritic calcium spikes in mouse layer 5 low threshold spiking interneurones: implications for control of pyramidal cell bursting. (2004) JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON 0022-3751 1469-7793 558 2 465-478
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[22888177] [Approved]
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  39. Poznanski RR. Analytical solutions of the Frankenhaeuser-Huxley equations. I. Minimal model for backpropagation of action potentials in sparsely excitable dendrites. (2004) JOURNAL OF INTEGRATIVE NEUROSCIENCE 0219-6352 3 3 267-299
    Journal Article/Scientific[23791332] [Admin approved]
    Független, Idéző: 23791332, Kapcsolat: 10067653
Vizi ES et al. Further evidence for the functional role of nonsynaptic nicotinic acetylcholine receptors. (2004) EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY 0014-2999 1879-0712 500 1-3 499-508, 109402
Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[109402]
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    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[3356697] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 3356697, Kapcsolat: 26818038
  2. Morgan Amanda. IV Prenatal Nicotine Exposure Modulates α6, α7, and α4β2 Nicotinic Acetylcholinergic Receptor Subunit Expression In Male And Female Neonatal And Adolescent Rat Offspring: An Autoradiographical Analysis. (2016)
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