Edward Coote

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The modulation of neuronal activity by the gas nitric oxide is one of the most novel discoveries in neuroscience. In the auditory pathway, the highest expression of nitric oxide synthase is found in the inferior colliculus (IC), an important center for the convergence of parallel ascending pathways traveling in the brainstem, and descending projections from(More)
Huntington disease (HD) is a neurodegenerative disorder caused by an unstable and progressive expansion of a CAG trinucleotide repeat tract in the HD gene. Previous studies using truncated forms of the HD gene have shown pronounced deficits in synaptic transmission and plasticity but rather modest changes in intrinsic cellular properties, despite overt(More)
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