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1 Protein tyrosine phosphatases PTP?, PTP?, and LAR: presynaptic hubs for synapse organization
2 GABAergic interneuron transplants to study development and treat disease
3 What do grid cells contribute to place cell firing?
4 Developmental roles of brain histamine
5 Control of neuronal voltage-gated calcium ion channels from RNA to protein
6 Opening paths to novel analgesics: the role of potassium channels in chronic pain
7 The human side of microglia
8 Manipulating sleep spindles – expanding views on sleep, memory, and disease
9 Measuring and using light in the melanopsin age
10 Perinatal programming of adult hippocampal structure and function; emerging roles of stress, nutrition and epigenetics
11 Light sleep versus slow wave sleep in memory consolidation: a question of global versus local processes?
12 Cytoplasmic dynein heavy chain: the servant of many masters
13 New insights into the therapeutic potential of Girk channels
14 Central regulation of body-fluid homeostasis
15 Omega-3 fatty acids and traumatic neurological injury: from neuroprotection to neuroplasticity?
16 The neuroimmune basis of fatigue
17 The Brain Prize 2013: the optogenetics revolution
18 The elusive engram: what can infantile amnesia tell us about memory?
19 Sugar for the brain: the role of glucose in physiological and pathological brain function
20 Meeting at the crossroads: common mechanisms in Fragile X and Down syndrome
21 Basal ganglia output to the thalamus: still a paradox
22 Reflections on agranular architecture: predictive coding in the motor cortex
23 New genetic insights highlight ‘old’ ideas on motor dysfunction in dystonia
24 Modulation of neuronal activity by phosphorylation of the K–Cl cotransporter KCC2
25 Rhodopsin homeostasis and retinal degeneration: lessons from the fly
26 Protein tyrosine phosphatases PTP?, PTP?, and LAR: presynaptic hubs for synapse organization
27 Inflammatory pathways of seizure disorders
28 Stuck in traffic: an emerging theme in diseases of the nervous system
29 Aging in the olfactory system
30 Looking back and looking forward
31 Dopaminergic basis of salience dysregulation in psychosis
32 A de novo convergence of autism genetics and molecular neuroscience
33 Contents page + Editorial Board + Cover figure legend
34 Molecular neuroanatomy: a generation of progress
35 NMNATs, evolutionarily conserved neuronal maintenance factors
36 Computational principles of microcircuits for visual object processing in the macaque temporal cortex
37 Towards a ‘systems’-level understanding of the nervous system and its disorders
38 Protein tyrosine phosphatases PTP?, PTP?, and LAR: presynaptic hubs for synapse organization
39 Blurring the boundaries: developmental and activity-dependent determinants of neural circuits
40 Protein tyrosine phosphatases PTP?, PTP?, and LAR: presynaptic hubs for synapse organization
41 Novel pathogenic pathways in diabetic neuropathy
42 Steady or changing? Long-term monitoring of neuronal population activity
43 Development of human embryonic stem cell therapies for age-related macular degeneration
44 Metabolic signaling by lactate in the brain
45 Emerging role for astroglial networks in information processing: from synapse to behavior
46 Autophagy in axonal and dendritic degeneration
47 Emerging roles of metaplasticity in behaviour and disease
48 Neurons and circuits for odor processing in the piriform cortex
49 Epigenetic layers and players underlying neurodevelopment
50 New mechanisms in memory storage: piRNAs and epigenetics

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