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Author Index Volume 1 (2015/2016)

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Bartlett, S.E., see Belmer, A. (2) 177–206

Beeler, J., see Petzinger, G.M. (1) 29–39

Belmer, A., O.L. Patkar, K.M. Pitman and S.E. Bartlett, Serotonergic Neuroplasticity in Alcohol Addiction (2) 177–206

Bischofberger, J., see Bolz, L. (1) 129–141

Bolijn, S. and P.J. Lucassen, How the Body Talks to the Brain; Peripheral Mediators of Physical Activity-Induced Proliferation in the Adult Hippocampus (1) 5–27

Bolz, L., S. Heigele and J. Bischofberger, Running Improves Pattern Separation during Novel Object Recognition (1) 129–141

Brites, D., see Casas, C. (2) 159–175

Bucko, P.J., see Hamilton, G.F. (1) 83–95

Casas, C., R. Manzano, R. Vaz, R. Osta and D. Brites, Synaptic Failure: Focus in an Integrative View of ALS (2) 159–175

Chao, M.V., see Sleiman, S.F. (1) 143–148

Christie, B., see van Praag, H. (1) 3–4

Christie, B.R., see Patten, A.R. (1) 97–127

Chugh, D. and C.T. Ekdahl, Interactions Between Microglia and Newly Formed Hippocampal Neurons in Physiological and Seizure-Induced Inflammatory Environment (2) 215–221

Ekdahl, C.T., see Chugh, D. (2) 215–221

Fannon, M.J., see Somkuwar, S.S. (1) 63–81

Farioli-Vecchioli, S. and F. Tirone, Control of the Cell Cycle in Adult Neurogenesis and its Relation with Physical Exercise (1) 41–54

Fisher, B.E., see Petzinger, G.M. (1) 29–39

Fontaine, C.J., see Patten, A.R. (1) 97–127

Ghofranian, A., see Somkuwar, S.S. (1) 63–81

Halliday, M., see Petzinger, G.M. (1) 29–39

Hamilton, G.F., P. Majdak, D.S. Miller, P.J. Bucko, J.R. Merritt, C.P. Krebs and J.S. Rhodes, Evaluation of a C57BL/6J x 129S1/SvImJ Hybrid Nestin-Thymidine Kinase Transgenic Mouse Model for Studying the Functional Significance of Exercise-Induced Adult Hippocampal Neurogenesis (1) 83–95

Heigele, S., see Bolz, L. (1) 129–141

Holschneider, D.P., see Petzinger, G.M. (1) 29–39

Jakowec, M.W., see Petzinger, G.M. (1) 29–39

Julkunen, P., see Vaalto, S. (2) 223–234

Karhu, J., see Vaalto, S. (2) 223–234

Kintz, N., see Petzinger, G.M. (1) 29–39

Könönen, M., see Vaalto, S. (2) 223–234

Krebs, C.P., see Hamilton, G.F. (1) 83–95

Liu, Y.-F., see Okamoto, M. (1) 149–158

Lucassen, P.J., see Bolijn, S. (1) 5–27

Määttä, S., see Vaalto, S. (2) 223–234

Majdak, P., see Hamilton, G.F. (1) 83–95

Mandyam, C.D., see Somkuwar, S.S. (1) 63–81

Manzano, R., see Casas, C. (2) 159–175

Matsui, T., see Okamoto, M. (1) 149–158

McEwen, B.S., see Okamoto, M. (1) 149–158

McEwen, S., see Petzinger, G.M. (1) 29–39

Meconi, A., see Patten, A.R. (1) 97–127

Merritt, J.R., see Hamilton, G.F. (1) 83–95

Miller, D.S., see Hamilton, G.F. (1) 83–95

Min-Chul, L., see Okamoto, M. (1) 149–158

Okamoto, M., Y. Yamamura, Y.-F. Liu, L. Min-Chul, T. Matsui, T. Shima, M. Soya, K. Takahashi, S. Soya, B.S. McEwen and H. Soya, Hormetic effects by exercise on hippocampal neurogenesis with glucocorticoid signaling (1) 149–158

Osta, R., see Casas, C. (2) 159–175

Patkar, O.L., see Belmer, A. (2) 177–206

Patten, A.R., S.Y. Yau, C.J. Fontaine, A. Meconi, R.C. Wortman and B.R. Christie, The Benefits of Exercise on Structural and Functional Plasticity in the Rodent Hippocampus of Different Disease Models (1) 97–127

Petzinger, G.M., D.P. Holschneider, B.E. Fisher, S. McEwen, N. Kintz, M. Halliday, W. Toy, J.W. Walsh, J. Beeler and M.W. Jakowec, The Effects of Exercise on Dopamine Neurotransmission in Parkinson’s Disease: Targeting Neuroplasticity to Modulate Basal Ganglia Circuitry (1) 29–39

Pitman, K.M., see Belmer, A. (2) 177–206

Rhodes, J.S., see Hamilton, G.F. (1) 83–95

Säisänen, L., see Vaalto, S. (2) 223–234

Seil, F.J., Activity-Dependent Inhibitory Synaptogenesis in Cerebellar Cultures (2) 207–214

Shima, T., see Okamoto, M. (1) 149–158

Sleiman, S.F. and M.V. Chao, Downstream Consequences of Exercise Through the Action of BDNF (1) 143–148

Somkuwar, S.S., M.C. Staples, M.J. Fannon, A. Ghofranian and C.D. Mandyam, Evaluating Exercise as a Therapeutic Intervention for Methamphetamine Addiction-Like Behavior (1) 63–81

Soya, H., see Okamoto, M. (1) 149–158

Soya, M., see Okamoto, M. (1) 149–158

Soya, S., see Okamoto, M. (1) 149–158

Staples, M.C., see Somkuwar, S.S. (1) 63–81

Takahashi, K., see Okamoto, M. (1) 149–158

Tirone, F., see Farioli-Vecchioli, S. (1) 41–54

Toy, W., see Petzinger, G.M. (1) 29–39

Vaalto, S., P. Julkunen, L. Säisänen, M. Könönen, S. Määttä and J. Karhu, Increased Inhibition in Non-Primary Motor Areas of String-Instrument Players: A Preliminary Study with Paired-Pulse Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (2) 223–234

van Praag, H. and B. Christie, Tracking Effects of Exercise on Neuronal Plasticity (1) 3–4

Vaz, R., see Casas, C. (2) 159–175

Walsh, J.W., see Petzinger, G.M. (1) 29–39

Wortman, R.C., see Patten, A.R. (1) 97–127

Wrann, C.D., FNDC5/Irisin – Their Role in the Nervous System and as a Mediator for Beneficial Effects of Exercise on the Brain (1) 55–61

Yamamura, Y., see Okamoto, M. (1) 149–158

Yau, S.Y., see Patten, A.R. (1) 97–127