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    1. Rieger, M; Gauggel, S
      Inhibition of ongoing responses in patients with traumatic brain injury

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    2. Tuan, VK
      Spectrum of signals

      JOURNAL OF FOURIER ANALYSIS AND APPLICATIONS
    3. Jaravine, VA; Alexandrescu, AT; Grzesiek, S
      Observation of the closing of individual hydrogen bonds during TFE-inducedhelix formation in a peptide

      PROTEIN SCIENCE
    4. Slusarek, M; Velling, S; Bunk, D; Eggers, C
      Motivational effects on inhibitory control in children with ADHD

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY
    5. van Boxtel, GJM; van der Molen, MW; Jennings, JR; Brunia, CHM
      A psychophysiological analysis of inhibitory motor control in the stop-signal paradigm

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    6. Solanto, MV; Abikoff, H; Sonuga-Barke, E; Schachar, R; Logan, GD; Wigal, T; Hechtman, L; Hinshaw, S; Turkel, E
      The ecological validity of delay aversion and response inhibition as measures of impulsivity in AD/HD: A supplement to the NIMH multimodal treatment study of AD/HD

      JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    7. Gallagher, AR; Obermuller, N; Cedzich, A; Gretz, N; Witzgall, R
      An ever-expanding story of cyst formation

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    8. Arkov, AL; Freistroffer, DV; Pavlov, MY; Ehrenberg, M; Murgola, EJ
      Mutations in conserved regions of ribosomal RNAs decrease the productive association of peptide-chain release factors with the ribosome during translation termination

      BIOCHIMIE
    9. Scheiffele, P; Fan, JH; Choih, J; Fetter, R; Serafini, T
      Neuroligin expressed in nonneuronal cells triggers presynaptic developmentin contacting axons

      CELL
    10. Band, GPH; van der Molen, MW; Overtoom, CCE; Verbaten, MN
      The ability to activate and inhibit speeded responses: Separate developmental trends

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    11. Askarian-Amiri, ME; Pel, HJ; Guevremont, D; McCaughan, KK; Poole, ES; Sumpter, VG; Tate, WP
      Functional characterization of yeast mitochondrial release factor 1

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    12. Pliszka, SR; Liotti, M; Woldorff, MG
      Inhibitory control in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: Event-related potentials identify the processing component and timing of an impaired right-frontal response-inhibition mechanism

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    13. Zhang, J; James, DA; Woolley, GA
      PATIC: a conformationally constrained photoisomerizable amino acid

      JOURNAL OF PEPTIDE RESEARCH
    14. Kumaran, S; Roy, RP
      Helix-enhancing propensity of fluoro and alkyl alcohols: influence of pH, temperature and cosolvent concentration on the helical conformation of peptides

      JOURNAL OF PEPTIDE RESEARCH
    15. Vassaux, G; Hurst, HC; Lemoine, NR
      Insulation of a conditionally expressed transgene in an adenoviral vector

      GENE THERAPY
    16. Son, YJ; Patton, BL; Sanes, JR
      Induction of presynaptic differentiation in cultured neurons by extracellular matrix components

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    17. Anderson, C; Ratnieks, FLW
      Worker allocation in insect societies: coordination of nectar foragers andnectar receivers in honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
    18. Jones, G; Moore, C; Hashemolhosseini, S; Brenner, HR
      Constitutively active MuSK is clustered in the absence of agrin and induces ectopic postsynaptic-like membranes in skeletal muscle fibers

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    19. Doughty, ML; Lohof, A; Selimi, F; Delhaye-Bouchaud, N; Mariani, J
      Afferent-target cell interactions in the cerebellum: Negative effect of granule cells on Purkinje cell development in Lurcher mice

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    20. Rabacchi, SA; Solowska, JM; Kruk, B; Luo, YL; Raper, JA; Baird, DH
      Collapsin-1 /semaphorin-III/D is regulated developmentally in Purkinje cells and collapses pontocerebellar mossy fiber neuronal growth cones

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    21. Hatada, Y; Wu, F; Silverman, R; Schacher, S; Goldberg, DJ
      En passant synaptic varicosities form directly from growth cones by transient cessation of growth cone advance but not of actin-based motility

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    22. Ferreira, A
      Abnormal synapse formation in agrin-depleted hippocampal neurons

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    23. Hynds, DL; Snow, DM
      Neurite outgrowth inhibition by chondroitin sulfate proteoglycan: Stalling/stopping exceeds turning in human neuroblastoma growth cones

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    24. Molnar, Z; Blakemore, C
      Development of signals influencing the growth and termination of thalamocortical axons in organotypic culture

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    25. Kisselev, LL
      Translation termination and yeast prions - (Introductory remarks of the guest editor of this special issue)

      BIOCHEMISTRY-MOSCOW
    26. Tate, WP; Mansell, JB; Mannering, SA; Irvine, JH; Major, LL; Wilson, DN
      UGA: a dual signal for "stop" and for recoding in protein synthesis

      BIOCHEMISTRY-MOSCOW
    27. Arkov, AL; Murgola, EJ
      Ribosomal RNAs in translation termination: Facts and hypotheses

      BIOCHEMISTRY-MOSCOW
    28. Band, GPH; van Boxtel, GJM
      Inhibitory motor control in stop paradigms: review and reinterpretation ofneural mechanisms

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    29. Ridderinkhof, KR; Band, GPH; Logan, GD
      A study of adaptive behavior: effects of age and irrelevant information onthe ability to inhibit one's actions

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    30. POWELL SK; WILLIAMS CC; NOMIZU M; YAMADA Y; KLEINMAN HK
      LAMININ-LIKE PROTEINS ARE DIFFERENTIALLY REGULATED DURING CEREBELLAR DEVELOPMENT AND STIMULATE GRANULE CELL NEURITE OUTGROWTH IN-VITRO

      Journal of neuroscience research
    31. Lewis, A; Ryan, MD; Gani, D
      Design, construction and properties of peptide N-terminal cap templates devised to initiate alpha-helices. Part 1. Caps derived from N-(4-chlorobutyryl)-(2S)-Pro-(2S)-Pro-(2S)-Ala-OMe and N-[(2S)-2-chloropropionyl]-(2S)-Pro-(2S)-Pro-(2S,4S)-4-hydroxyPro-OMe

      JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY-PERKIN TRANSACTIONS 1
    32. ARKOV AL; FREISTROFFER DV; EHRENBERG M; MURGOLA EJ
      MUTATIONS IN RNAS OF BOTH RIBOSOMAL-SUBUNITS CAUSE DEFECTS IN TRANSLATION TERMINATION

      EMBO journal
    33. RUBIA K; OOSTERLAAN J; SERGEANT JA; BRANDEIS D; VONLEEUWEN T
      INHIBITORY DYSFUNCTION IN HYPERACTIVE BOYS

      Behavioural brain research
    34. MAY CP; HASHER L
      SYNCHRONY EFFECTS IN INHIBITORY CONTROL OVER THOUGHT AND ACTION

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    35. ARKOV AL; MANKIN A; MURGOLA EJ
      AN RIBOSOMAL-RNA FRAGMENT AND ITS ANTISENSE CAN ALTER DECODING OF GENETIC INFORMATION

      Journal of bacteriology
    36. HUA QX; JIA WH; BULLOCK BP; HABENER JF; WEISS MA
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATOR-COACTIVATOR RECOGNITION - NASCENT FOLDING OF A KINASE-INDUCIBLE TRANSACTIVATION DOMAIN PREDICTS ITS STRUCTURE ON COACTIVATOR BINDING

      Biochemistry
    37. KUMARAN S; DATTA D; ROY RP
      CONFORMATIONALLY DRIVEN PROTEASE-CATALYZED SPLICING OF PEPTIDE SEGMENTS - V8 PROTEASE-MEDIATED SYNTHESIS OF FRAGMENTS DERIVED FROM THERMOLYSIN AND RIBONUCLEASE-A

      Protein science
    38. QUAY HC
      INHIBITION AND ATTENTION-DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER

      Journal of abnormal child psychology
    39. HELLER A; CHOI H; WON L
      REGULATION OF DEVELOPING DOPAMINERGIC AXONAL ARBOR SIZE IN 3-DIMENSIONAL REAGGREGATE TISSUE-CULTURE

      Journal of comparative neurology
    40. TATE WP; POOLE ES; DALPHIN ME; MAJOR LL; CRAWFORD DJG; MANNERING SA
      THE TRANSLATIONAL STOP SIGNAL - CODON WITH A CONTEXT, OR EXTENDED FACTOR RECOGNITION ELEMENT

      Biochimie
    41. BAIRD DH; TRENKNER E; MASON CA
      ARREST OF AFFERENT AXON EXTENSION BY TARGET NEURONS IN-VITRO IS REGULATED BY THE NMDA RECEPTOR

      The Journal of neuroscience
    42. ANTON ES; CAMERON RS; RAKIC P
      ROLE OF NEURON-GLIAL JUNCTIONAL DOMAIN PROTEINS IN THE MAINTENANCE AND TERMINATION OF NEURONAL MIGRATION ACROSS THE EMBRYONIC CEREBRAL WALL

      The Journal of neuroscience
    43. SPALTMANN F; BRUMMENDORF T
      CEPU-1, A NOVEL IMMUNOGLOBULIN SUPERFAMILY MOLECULE, IS EXPRESSED BY DEVELOPING CEREBELLAR PURKINJE-CELLS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    44. NAITO E; MATSUMURA M
      MOVEMENT-RELATED POTENTIALS ASSOCIATED WITH MOTOR INHIBITION UNDER DIFFERENT PREPARATORY STATES DURING PERFORMANCE OF 2 VISUAL STOP SIGNAL PARADIGMS IN HUMANS

      Neuropsychologia
    45. CATALANO SM; ROBERTSON RT; KILLACKEY HP
      INDIVIDUAL AXON MORPHOLOGY AND THALAMOCORTICAL TOPOGRAPHY IN DEVELOPING RAT SOMATOSENSORY CORTEX

      Journal of comparative neurology
    46. KREBS D; DAHMANI B; MONNOT M; MAUFFRET O; TROALEN F; FERMANDJIAN S
      DISSECTION OF THE BASIC SUBDOMAIN OF THE C-JUN ONCOPROTEIN - A STRUCTURAL-ANALYSIS OF 2 PEPTIDE-FRAGMENTS BY CD, FOURIER-TRANSFORM INFRAREDAND NMR

      European journal of biochemistry
    47. WILLIAMS S; CAUSGROVE TP; GILMANSHIN R; FANG KS; CALLENDER RH; WOODRUFF WH; DYER RB
      FAST EVENTS IN PROTEIN-FOLDING - HELIX MELTING AND FORMATION IN A SMALL PEPTIDE

      Biochemistry
    48. MERUTKA G; DYSON HJ; WRIGHT PE
      RANDOM COIL H-1 CHEMICAL-SHIFTS OBTAINED AS A FUNCTION OF TEMPERATUREAND TRIFLUOROETHANOL CONCENTRATION FOR THE PEPTIDE SERIES GGXGG

      Journal of biomolecular NMR
    49. TATE WP; POOLE ES; HORSFIELD JA; MANNERING SA; BROWN CM; MOFFAT JG; DALPHIN ME; MCCAUGHAN KK; MAJOR LL; WILSON DN
      TRANSLATIONAL TERMINATION EFFICIENCY IN BOTH BACTERIA AND MAMMALS IS REGULATED BY THE BASE FOLLOWING THE STOP CODON

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    50. SZILAGYI L
      CHEMICAL-SHIFTS IN PROTEINS COME OF AGE

      Progress in nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
    51. MUNOZ V; SERRANO L; JIMENEZ MA; RICO M
      STRUCTURAL-ANALYSIS OF PEPTIDES ENCOMPASSING ALL ALPHA-HELICES OF 3 ALPHA BETA-PARALLEL PROTEINS - CHE-Y, FLAVODOXIN AND P21-RAS - IMPLICATIONS FOR ALPHA-HELIX STABILITY AND THE FOLDING OF ALPHA/BETA-PARALLEL PROTEINS/

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    52. BUCK M; SCHWALBE H; DOBSON CM
      CHARACTERIZATION OF CONFORMATIONAL PREFERENCES IN A PARTLY FOLDED PROTEIN BY HETERONUCLEAR NMR-SPECTROSCOPY - ASSIGNMENT AND SECONDARY STRUCTURE-ANALYSIS OF HEN EGG-WHITE LYSOZYME IN TRIFLUOROETHANOL

      Biochemistry
    53. ANDERSEN NH; PALMER RB
      CD STUDIES OF A PEPTIDE MIMETIC OF L-TYPE CALCIUM CHANNELS

      Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters
    54. NAITO E; MATSUMURA M
      MOVEMENT-RELATED POTENTIALS ASSOCIATED WITH MOTOR INHIBITION AS DETERMINED BY USE OF A STOP SIGNAL PARADIGM IN HUMANS

      Cognitive brain research
    55. IMPROTA S; PASTORE A; MAMMI S; PEGGION E
      CONFORMATION AND MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS CALCULATIONS ON UTEROGLOBIN FRAGMENT-18-47

      Biopolymers
    56. WILSON JC; NIELSEN KJ; MCLEISH MJ; CRAIK DJ
      A DETERMINATION OF THE SOLUTION CONFORMATION OF THE NONMAMMALIAN TACHYKININ ELEDOISIN BY NMR AND CD SPECTROSCOPY

      Biochemistry


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