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19-Jan-2010Adaptation of NS cells growth and differentiation to high-throughput screening-compatible platesGaravaglia, Alessia; Moiana, Alessia; Camnasio, Stefano; Bolognini, Daniele; Papait, Roberto; Rigamonti, Dorotea; Cattaneo, Elena; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
13-Apr-2012Allele-specific differences in activity of a novel cannabinoid receptor 1 (CNR1) gene intronic enhancer in hypothalamus, dorsal root ganglia, and hippocampusNicoll, Gemma; Davidson, Scott; Shanley, Lynne; Hing, Ben; Lear, Marissa; McGuffin, Peter; Ross, Ruth; MacKenzie, Alasdair; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
20-Oct-2010Differential subcellular recruitment of monoacylglycerol lipase generates spatial specificity of 2-arachidonoyl glycerol signaling during axonal pathfindingKeimpema, Erik; Barabas, Klaudia; Morozov, Yury M; Tortoriello, Giuseppe; Torii, Masaaki; Cameron, Gary; Yanagawa, Yuchio; Watanabe, Masahiko; Mackie, Ken; Harkany, Tibor; University of Aberdeen, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Division Applied Medicine; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
1-Jun-2014Distribution of cells responsive to 5-HT6 receptor antagonist-induced hypophagiaGarfield, Alastair S.; Burke, Luke K.; Shaw, Jill; Evans, Mark L.; Heisler, Lora K.; University of Aberdeen, Rowett Institute of Nutrition & Health, RINH
2-Sep-2011Removal of GABAA receptor γ2 subunits from parvalbumin neurons causes wide-ranging behavioral alterationsLeppä, Elli; Linden, Anni-Maija; Vekovischeva, Olga Y; Swinny, Jerome D; Rantanen, Ville; Toppila, Esko; Höger, Harald; Sieghart, Werner; Wulff, Peer; Wisden, William; Korpi, Esa R; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences
12-Jun-2012SynGAP isoforms exert opposing effects on synaptic strengthMcMahon, A C; Barnett, M W; O'Leary, T S; Stoney, P N; Collins, M O; Papadia, S; Choudhary, J S; Komiyama, N H; Grant, S G N; Hardingham, G E; Wyllie, D J A; Kind, P C; University of Aberdeen, School of Medical Sciences, Medical Sciences
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