Neur-sci April 2006 Archives by date

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Ending: Fri Apr 28 15:54:02 EST 2006
Messages: 73

  1. [Neuroscience] Final Call for Papers: IAENG International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Applications (of IMECS 2006)   imecs__2006 at iaeng.org
  2. [Neuroscience] Junction potential in whole-cell recording   Anup Pillai
  3. [Neuroscience] Love deprivation seems a plausible to be cruciallyinvolved cause behind many cases of SIDS   konstantin kouzovnikov
  4. [Neuroscience] Re: Suffering from Parkinson's disease   Lovison
  5. [Neuroscience] Re: Brain and awarness   Glen M. Sizemore
  6. [Neuroscience] Re: Brain and awarness   Jeff B.
  7. [Neuroscience] Final Call for Papers: IAENG International Workshop on Bioinformatics (in IMECS 2006)   imecs__2006 at iaeng.org
  8. [Neuroscience] Re: Junction potential in whole-cell recording   tehgabriel at web.de
  9. [Neuroscience] New forum about neuroscience and CS - invitation   Marcin Ciesielski
  10. [Neuroscience] Re: Distant connections between neurons   chadmaester
  11. [Neuroscience] Re: Distant connections between neurons   chadmaester
  12. [Neuroscience] Pharmacological induced "spontaneous" activity in vitro.   tehgabriel at web.de
  13. [Neuroscience] Re: Distant connections between neurons   r norman
  14. [Neuroscience] Brain, Behaviour and Extensionalism   Michael Nusser
  15. [Neuroscience] Re: Brain, Behaviour and Extensionalism   r norman
  16. [Neuroscience] DHEAS and Alzheimer's disease   James Michael Howard
  17. [Neuroscience] POSTDOCTORAL/PhD POSITIONS IN NEUROPHYSIOLOGY   Synapticinhibition
  18. [Neuroscience] Re: Pharmacological induced "spontaneous" activity in vitro.   Bill
  19. [Neuroscience] Re: whole cell recording from dispersed neurons   Bill
  20. [Neuroscience] Re: Pharmacological induced "spontaneous" activity in vitro.   tehgabriel at web.de
  21. [Neuroscience] Re: Neur-sci Digest, Vol 11, Issue 6   Bradley M. Cooke
  22. [Neuroscience] whole cell recording from dispersed neurons   drb
  23. [Neuroscience] Re: Pharmacological induced "spontaneous" activity in vitro.   Bill
  24. [Neuroscience] Re: whole cell recording from dispersed neurons   Bill
  25. [Neuroscience] Re: Neur-sci Digest, Vol 11, Issue 6   Bill
  26. [Neuroscience] Re: Neur-sci Digest, Vol 11, Issue 7   Bradley M. Cooke
  27. [Neuroscience] Re: What Chemicals Do Injured Cells Release That Causes Pain?   Bill
  28. [Neuroscience] Alzheimer's Disease questions   L. J. Miller
  29. [Neuroscience] Re: Alzheimer's Disease questions   Peter F
  30. [Neuroscience] News on Alzheimer's Disease   Anup Pillai
  31. [Neuroscience] Summer School in Biomedical Engineering, Aug 7-11, Erfurt (Germany)   Uwe Graichen
  32. [Neuroscience] Re: What Chemicals Do Injured Cells Release That Causes Pain?   John H.
  33. [Neuroscience] Cells dying   Christian Wilms
  34. [Neuroscience] Re: Neur-sci Digest, Vol 11, Issue 8   Bradley M. Cooke
  35. [Neuroscience] Claustrum   Marcin Ciesielski
  36. [Neuroscience] Re: Claustrum   Matthew Kirkcaldie
  37. [Neuroscience] Re: News on Alzheimer's Disease   John H.
  38. [Neuroscience] Re: Neur-sci Digest, Vol 11, Issue 8   Christian Wilms
  39. [Neuroscience] Hardness of learning: Artificial vs. Biological Neural Nets   hmobahi at gmail.com
  40. [Neuroscience] Re: Hardness of learning: Artificial vs. Biological Neural Nets   Michael Olea
  41. [Neuroscience] ICNC'06-FSKD'06 CALL FOR PAPERS - Submission Deadline: 15April 2006   Lipo WANG
  42. [Neuroscience] Re: Alzheimer's and Education   Bryan J. Maloney
  43. [Neuroscience] Re: Alzheimer's Disease questions   Bryan J. Maloney
  44. [Neuroscience] Re: Preliminary advice how to pinpoint a post-Darwinian heuristic principle pertaining to the neurobiology of preoccupations and the evolution of productive pain minimization.   Peter F
  45. [Neuroscience] re BRAINIAC software   Chris O'Kane
  46. [Neuroscience] Re: Neur-sci Digest, Vol 11, Issue 8   Bill
  47. [Neuroscience] ICMLA Call for Papers   Mitsunori Ogihara
  48. [Neuroscience] Re: re BRAINIAC software   Don Gilbert
  49. [Neuroscience] Selecting a CCD Camera for Light Microscopy (Webinar invitation)   dhitrys at qimaging.com
  50. [Neuroscience] oxytocin ab   Bassil kublaoui
  51. [Neuroscience] ICNC'06-FSKD'06 Call For Papers - Extended Deadline 25 April 2006   Lipo WANG
  52. [Neuroscience] Unstable EPSP slope during baseline recording   Anup Pillai
  53. [Neuroscience] holy grail of neuro   anadashmaria at gmail.com
  54. [Neuroscience] DHEA and Energy Metabolism in Cerebral Mitochondria   James Michael Howard
  55. [Neuroscience] ref to Dobelle, Brindley or Lewin paper   Harry Whitaker
  56. [Neuroscience] To AE (was making sense...)   polly jo
  57. [Neuroscience] Where I can learn more about integer functions of activation?   Alexey Fedorov
  58. [Neuroscience] To AE (was making sense...)   Glen M. Sizemore
  59. [Neuroscience] hi, need urgent help using Matlab 6.1 nntool   Rama
  60. [Neuroscience] DHEA and "neuroprotection"   James Michael Howard
  61. [Neuroscience] CfP: EPFL-LATSIS Symposium 2006 - Dynamical Principles for Neuroscience and Intelligent Biomimetic Devices   Jonas Buchli
  62. [Neuroscience] Re: Unstable EPSP slope during baseline recording   Bill
  63. [Neuroscience] Re: holy grail of neuro   Bill
  64. [Neuroscience] Re: Peanuts for concentration?   John H.
  65. [Neuroscience] Mind.forth: convergence of comp.arch and brain.arch   Sonia Lindsay
  66. [Neuroscience] Why can't human statue stand?   neo
  67. [Neuroscience] Re: Why can't human statue stand?   Ian Stirling
  68. [Neuroscience] Re: Why can't human statue stand?   Lionel Brits
  69. [Neuroscience] Re: Why can't human statue stand?   r norman
  70. [Neuroscience] Re: Why can't human statue stand?   jimp at specsol.spam.sux.com
  71. [Neuroscience] Re: Mind.forth: convergence of comp.arch and brain.arch   Peter F
  72. [Neuroscience] Re: Why can't human statue stand?   PD
  73. [Neuroscience] Re: Why can't human statue stand?   Mike

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