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Pharmacokinetic properties of oligonucleotides in brain.

W Sommer, M O Hebb, M Heilig ... Animals, Biological Transport, Brain, Corpus Striatum, Infusions, Parenteral, Neuroglia, Neurons, Oligodeoxyribonucleotides, Antisense, Rats, Thionucleotides, Tissue ...

Magnetic-field-induced changes in the human auditory evoked potentials.

L Stojan, D Sperber, K Dransfeld, W Sommer ... Acoustic Stimulation, Adult, Evoked Potentials, Auditory, female, Humans, Magnetics, male, Middle Aged, Reference Values ...

The effects of serial order in long sequences of auditory stimuli on event-related potentials.

M Hermanutz, R Cohen, W Sommer ... Adult, Aged, Alcoholism, Attention, Auditory Perception, Electroencephalography, Evoked Potentials, Auditory, Humans, male, Middle Aged, Serial Learning ...

Differential expression of NPY and its receptors in alcohol-preferring AA and alcohol-avoiding ANA rats.

Central neuropeptide Y (NPY) is known to control feeding and stress responses. Recently, it has been suggested that NPY also has a ... L Caberlotto, A Thorsell, R Rimondini, W Sommer, P Hyytiä, M Heilig ...

Stable high-level gene expression in mammalian cells by T7 phage RNA polymerase.

A Lieber, V Sandig, W Sommer, S Bähring, M Strauss ... Amino Acid Sequence, Animals, Bacteriophage T7, Base Sequence, CHO Cells, Chloramphenicol O-Acetyltransferase, Cricetinae, DNA, Recombinant ...

Sequence-sensitive subcomponents of P300: topographical analyses and dipole source localization.

of events preceding the eliciting stimulus. Sommer, Leuthold and Soetens (1999) found that robust ... I Jentzsch, W Sommer ... Adolescent, Adult, Arousal, Brain Mapping, Cerebral Cortex, Dominance, Cerebral ...

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Operant conditioning of P300.

This study demonstrates that operant conditioning may increase the P300 component of the event-related potential above a level obtained without contingent training. An ... W Sommer, S Schweinberger ...

Specificity of face recognition: recognition of exemplars of non-face objects in prosopagnosia.

We investigated whether the recognition deficits of two patients with long-standing prosopagnosia would also extend to exemplars within visually ... K Henke, S R Schweinberger, A Grigo, T Klos, W Sommer ...

Human brain potential correlates of face encoding into memory.

ERPs elicited by photographs of unfamiliar faces were shown to be predictive for their later recognition. We established that these ERP differences were unrelated ... W Sommer, S R Schweinberger, J Matt ...

Contributions of stimulus encoding and memory search to right hemisphere superiority in face recognition: behavioural and electrophysiological evidence.

The relative contributions of stimulus encoding and memory search to right hemisphere (RH) superiority in face recognition were investigated in a memory search task with ... S R Schweinberger, W Sommer ...

Selective attention differentially affects brainstem auditory evoked potentials of electrodermal responders and nonresponders.

Brainstem auditory evoked potentials (BAEPs) were recorded in adult male chronic schizophrenics on maintenance neuroleptic therapy, drug-free alcoholics, and normal subjects. Subjects were ... W Sommer ...

Existence of striatal nerve cells coexpressing CCK(B) and D2 receptor mRNAs.

Co-localization of CCK(B) and D2 receptor mRNAs was analysed in adjacent sections of nucleus caudate putamen of the rat by means of in situ ... A C Hansson, A Andersson, B Tinner, X Cui, W Sommer, K Fuxe ...

Effects of tiagabine and diazepam on operant ethanol self-administration in the rat.

Benzodiazepines (BDZ) are widely used in the treatment of anxiety and ethanol withdrawal. It has been suggested that this class of compounds may increase the ... R Rimondini, W Sommer, M Heilig ...

[Antisense oligonucleotides are clinically tested. They inhibit the expression of disease-related genes].

Recent advances in molecular biology have improved our understanding of basic pathophysiological mechanisms, and indicated possible strategies for their manipulation. The use of ... W Sommer, M Heilig ...

Memory search for faces and digits in patients with unilateral brain lesions.

To clarify whether the impairment of right-brain-damaged (RBD) patients in face recognition is related to perceptual or mnestic ... S R Schweinberger, C Buse, R B Freeman, P W Schönle, W Sommer ...

Consciousness of attention and expectancy as reflected in event-related potentials and reaction times.

The effects of conscious expectancies and attention on event-related potentials (ERP) and choice reaction times (RT) and their modulation by stimulus sequence were ... W Sommer, J Matt, H Leuthold ...

Metamemory, distinctiveness, and event-related potentials in recognition memory for faces.

A neglected topic in metamemory research is the ability of subjects to predict their own recognition performance for faces. We investigated ... W Sommer, A Heinz, H Leuthold, J Matt, S R Schweinberger ...

Stimulus presentation rate dissociates sequential effects in event-related potentials and reaction times.

The present study explored the impact of the stimulus presentation rate on sequential effects in event-related potentials (ERPs) and reaction times (RTs). Random series of ... H Leuthold, W Sommer ...

Postperceptual effects and P300 latency.

P300 latency is commonly thought to provide a chronometric index of the duration of perceptual processing. Because the evidence in favor of this assumption is controversial, we ... H Leuthold, W Sommer ...

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