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Volume: 34 Issue: 2

1. The Antidepressant Effect of Light Therapy from Retinal Projections. Page:359—368
2. Myt1L Promotes Differentiation of Oligodendrocyte Precursor Cells and is Necessary for Remyelination After Lysolecithin-Induced Demyelination. Page:247—260
3. Iron, Dopamine, and α-Synuclein Interactions in at-Risk Dopaminergic Neurons in Parkinson's Disease. Page:382—384
4. Update on Molecular Imaging in Parkinson's Disease. Page:330—340
5. The Role of Synapsins in Neurological Disorders. Page:349—358
6. Unraveling the Mechanisms of Memory Extinction. Page:385—388
7. Peripheral Leptin Signaling Mediates Formalin-Induced Nociception. Page:321—329
8. Correction to: Gender difference in acquired seizure susceptibility in adult rats after early complex febrile seizures. Page:403—404
9. Membrane Aging as the Real Culprit of Alzheimer's Disease: Modification of a Hypothesis. Page:369—381
10. Radio Electric Asymmetric Conveyer Technology Modulates Neuroinflammation in a Mouse Model of Neurodegeneration. Page:270—282
11. Neurocognitive Graphs of First-Episode Schizophrenia and Major Depression Based on Cognitive Features. Page:312—320
12. Volumetric Changes in Hippocampal Subregions and Memory Performance in Mesial Temporal Lobe Epilepsy with Hippocampal Sclerosis. Page:389—396
13. Melatonin Augments the Effects of Fluoxetine on Depression-Like Behavior and Hippocampal BDNF-TrkB Signaling. Page:303—311
14. Prepulse Inhibition of Auditory Cortical Responses in the Caudolateral Superior Temporal Gyrus in Macaca mulatta. Page:291—302
15. Functional Investigation of a GRIN2A Variant Associated with Rolandic Epilepsy. Page:237—246
16. Potassium Channels: A Potential Therapeutic Target for Parkinson's Disease. Page:341—348
17. An Efficient and Reliable Assay for Investigating the Effects of Hypoxia/Anoxia on Drosophila. Page:397—402
18. Akt Inhibitor Perifosine Prevents Epileptogenesis in a Rat Model of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy. Page:283—290
19. Tau-Induced Ca/Calmodulin-Dependent Protein Kinase-IV Activation Aggravates Nuclear Tau Hyperphosphorylation. Page:261—269