November 2012

[Neuroscience archives]

1. Cho JY, Chak K, Andreone BJ, Wooley JR, Kolodkin AL. The extracellular matrix proteoglycan perlecan facilitates transmembrane semaphorin-mediated repulsive guidance.
Genes Dev. 2012 Oct 1;26(10):2222-35.
Key words: perlecan, semaphorin, repulsive guidance

2. Deshmukh SS, Johnson JL, Knierim JJ. Perirhinal cortex represents nonspatial, but not spatial, information in rats foraging in the presence of objects: Comparison with lateral entorhinal cortex.
Hippocampus. 2012 Oct;22(10):2045-58.
Key words: nonspatial, entorhinal cortex

3. Kapogiannis D, Reiter DA, Willette AA, Mattson MP. Posteromedial cortex glutamate and GABA predict intrinsic functional connectivity of the default mode network.
Neuroimage. 2012 Sep 18;64C:112-119.
Key words: posteromedial cortex glutamate and GABA, network

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