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Ciccarelli, O; Bastianello, S; Inghilleri, M; Trasimeni, G; Manfredi, M; Francia, A; (1997) Clinical signs and serial MRI in Listeria Rhombencephalitis: a case report. EUR J NEUROL , 4 (5) 524 - 527.

Cremillieux, Y; WheelerKingshott, CA; Briguet, A; Doran, SJ; (1997) STEAM-Burst: A single-shot, multi-slice imaging sequence without rapid gradient switching. MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE , 38 (4) pp. 645-652. 10.1002/mrm.1910380419.

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Evans, GJO; Pocock, JM; (1997) Developmental changes in tyrosine phosphorylation in cerebellar granule cells; relationship with L-type calcium channel activation. In: (Proceedings) American Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting. (pp. 18.8-). Society for Neuroscience.

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Harrold, J; Ritchie, J; Nicholls, D; Smith, W; Bowman, D; Pocock, J; (1997) The development of Ca2+ channel responses and their coupling to exocytosis in cultured cerebellar granule cells. Neuroscience , 77 pp. 683-694.

Hughes, RAC; Gabriel, CM; Gregson, NA; Smith, KJ; (1997) Treatment of inflammatory neuropathy. MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS , 3 (2) pp. 88-92. 10.1177/135245859700300206.

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Kapoor, R; Li, YG; Smith, KJ; (1997) Slow sodium-dependent potential oscillations contribute to ectopic firing in mammalian demyelinated axons. BRAIN , 120 647 - 652.

Kingham, PJ; Cuzner, ML; Pocock, JM; (1997) Chromogranin-A activated microglia induce cell death in cultured cerebellar granule cells; mechanisms of action. In: (Proceedings) American Society for Neuroscience annual meeting. (pp. 569.20-).

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Redford, EJ; Kapoor, R; Smith, KJ; (1997) Nitric oxide donors cause a reversible block of conduction in rat central and peripheral demyelinated axons. J PHYSIOL-LONDON , 499P P13 - P14.

Redford, EJ; Kapoor, R; Smith, KJ; (1997) Nitric oxide donors reversibly block axonal conduction: demyelinated axons are especially susceptible. BRAIN , 120 2149 - 2157.

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Silver, NC; Barker, RA; MacManus, DG; Barker, GJ; Thom, M; Thomas, DGT; McDonald, WI; (1997) Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy in a pathologically confirmed acute demyelinating lesion. J NEUROL , 244 (3) 204 - 207.

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