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Original Articles
 

Orexin Directly Enhances the Excitability of Globus Pallidus Internus Neurons in Rat by Co-activating OX1 and OX2 Receptors
He-Ren Gao• Qian-Xing Zhuang• Yong-Xiao Zhang• Zhang-Peng Chen• Bin Li• Xiao-Yang Zhang• Yi-Ting Zhong• Jian-Jun Wang• Jing-Ning Zhu
2017, 33(4): 365-372
[Abstract]  [SpringerLink]

 

In Silico Prediction and Validation of Gfap as an miR-3099 Target in Mouse Brain
Shahidee Zainal Abidin• Jia-Wen Leong• Marzieh Mahmoudi• Norshariza Nordin• Syahril Abdullah• Pike-See Cheah• King-Hwa Ling
2017, 33(4): 373-382
[Abstract]  [SpringerLink]

 

Neurons in Primary Motor Cortex Encode Hand Orientation in a Reach-to-Grasp Task
Chaolin Ma• Xuan Ma• Jing Fan• Jiping He
2017, 33(4): 383-395
[Abstract]  [SpringerLink]

 

N-acetylaspartylglutamate Inhibits Heroin Self-Administration and Heroin-Seeking Behaviors Induced by Cue or Priming in Rats
Huaqiang Zhu• Miaojun Lai• Weisheng Chen• Disen Mei• Fuqiang Zhang• Huifeng Liu• Wenhua Zhou
2017, 33(4): 396-404
[Abstract]  [SpringerLink]

 

Attenuation of β-Amyloid Toxicity In Vitro and In Vivo by Accelerated Aggregation
Aihua Yang• Chenxuan Wang• Baomin Song• Wendi Zhang• Yuanyuan Guo• Rong Yang• Guangjun Nie• Yanlian Yang• Chen Wang
2017, 33(4): 405-412
[Abstract]  [SpringerLink]

 

Distinct Roles of Dopamine Receptors in the Lateral Thalamus in a Rat Model of Decisional Impulsivity
Zhiyan Wang• Shengxiang Liang• Shuangshuang Yu• Tong Xie• Baicheng Wang• Junkai Wang• Yijing Li• Baoci Shan• Cailian Cui
2017, 33(4): 413-422
[Abstract]  [SpringerLink]

 

Antioxidants Attenuate Acute and Chronic Itch: Peripheral and Central Mechanisms of Oxidative Stress in Pruritus
Feng-Ming Zhou• Ruo-Xiao Cheng• Shuai Wang• Ya Huang• Yong-Jing Gao• Yan Zhou• Teng-Teng Liu• Xue-Long Wang• Li-Hua Chen• Tong Liu
2017, 33(4): 423-435
[Abstract]  [SpringerLink]

 

CSF-Based Analysis for Identification of Potential Serum Biomarkers of Neural Tube Defects
Xinyu Yan• Lixin Mai• Changchun Lin• Wenji He• Gengsheng Yin• Jiakang Yu• Lian Huang• Sanqiang Pan
2017, 33(4): 436-444
[Abstract]  [SpringerLink]

 

Abnormal Rich-Club Organization Associated with Compromised Cognitive Function in Patients with Schizophrenia and Their Unaffected Parents
Xin Zhao• Lin Tian• Jun Yan• Weihua Yue• Hao Yan• Dai Zhang
2017, 33(4): 445-454
[Abstract]  [SpringerLink]

 
 
Reviews
 

Ion Channel Genes and Epilepsy: Functional Alteration, Pathogenic Potential, and Mechanism of Epilepsy
Feng Wei• Li-Min Yan• Tao Su• Na He• Zhi-Jian Lin• Jie Wang• Yi-Wu Shi• Yong-Hong Yi• Wei-Ping Liao
2017, 33(4): 455-477
[Abstract]  [SpringerLink]

 
 
Research Highlights
 

Mapping Underlying Maturational Changes in Human Brain
Lingzhong Fan• Tianzi Jiang
2017, 33(4): 478-480
[Abstract]  [SpringerLink]

 
 
Volume 33, No. 4, August2017
About the cover
The thalamus performs several functions, such as relaying of sensory and motor signals to the cerebral cortex, as well as regulating higher cognitive tendencies such as decisional impulsivity. Wang et al. investigated the roles of dopamine receptors in the lateral thalamus underlying this tendency. The cover image represents the distinct effects of D1 and D2 receptors that influence decisional impulsivity in different directions. See Wang et al. on pages 413–422. (Cover art by Dr. Yefei Li)
 
 
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