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The Journal of Neuroscience

  1. 1. Cover legend: Confocal images of retinal axons (gray and pink) and retinal ganglion cells (gray). Image acquired by Denise Inman and pseudo colored by Selva Baltan. For more information, see the article by Baltan et al. in this issue (pages 5644–5652). i This Week in The Journal Brief Communications 5629 Inwardly Permeating Na Ions Generate the Voltage Dependence of Resurgent Na Current in Cerebellar Purkinje Neurons Teresa K. Aman and Indira M. Raman 5724 Enhanced Endocannabinoid Signaling Elevates Neuronal Excitability in Fragile X Syndrome Longhua Zhang and Bradley E. Alger 5776 Astrocytes Impose Postburst Depression of Release Probability at Hippocampal Glutamate Synapses My Andersson and Eric Hanse Articles CELLULAR/MOLECULAR 5508 The Phosphoinositide 3-Phosphatase MTMR2 Interacts with PSD-95 and Maintains Excitatory Synapses by Modulating Endosomal Traffic Hyun Woo Lee, Youngrim Kim, Kihoon Han, Hyun Kim, and Eunjoon Kim ᭹ 5559 Selected SALM (Synaptic Adhesion-Like Molecule) Family Proteins Regulate Synapse Formation Won Mah, Jaewon Ko, Jungyong Nam, Kihoon Han, Woo Suk Chung, and Eunjoon Kim 5569 Cotrafficking of SV2 and Synaptotagmin at the Synapse Jia Yao, Amy Nowack, Patricia Kensel-Hammes, Richard G. Gardner, and Sandra M. Bajjalieh 5617 Nerve Growth Factor-Regulated Emergence of Functional ␦-Opioid Receptors Bihua Bie, Zhi Zhang, You-Qing Cai, Wei Zhu, Yong Zhang, Jaile Dai, Charles J. Lowenstein, Edward J. Weinman, and Zhizhong Z. Pan 5635 GSK3␤ Regulates Myelin-Dependent Axon Outgrowth Inhibition through CRMP4 Yazan Z. Alabed, Madeline Pool, Stephan Ong Tone, Calum Sutherland, and Alyson E. Fournier 5653 Drosophila Neurexin IV Interacts with Roundabout and Is Required for Repulsive Midline Axon Guidance Swati Banerjee, Kevin Blauth, Kimberly Peters, Stephen L. Rogers, Alan S. Fanning, and Manzoor A. Bhat The Journal of Neuroscience April 21, 2010 • Volume 30 Number 16 •
  2. 2. 5668 Cullin 5 Regulates Cortical Layering by Modulating the Speed and Duration of Dab1-Dependent Neuronal Migration Sergi Simó, Yves Jossin, and Jonathan A. Cooper 5677 Protein Kinase G Dynamically Modulates TASK1-Mediated Leak K؉ Currents in Cholinergic Neurons of the Basal Forebrain Hiroki Toyoda, Mitsuru Saito, Makoto Okazawa, Keiko Hirao, Hajime Sato, Haruka Abe, Kenji Takada, Kazuo Funabiki, Masahiko Takada, Takeshi Kaneko, and Youngnam Kang DEVELOPMENT/PLASTICITY/REPAIR 5519 Brain Plasticity and Intellectual Ability Are Influenced by Shared Genes Rachel G. H. Brans, Rene´ S. Kahn, Hugo G. Schnack, G. Caroline M. van Baal, Danielle Posthuma, Neeltje E. M. van Haren, Claude Lepage, Jason P. Lerch, D. Louis Collins, Alan C. Evans, Dorret I. Boomsma, and Hilleke E. Hulshoff Pol 5590 Fgfr2 Is Required for the Development of the Medial Prefrontal Cortex and Its Connections with Limbic Circuits Hanna E. Stevens, Karen M. Smith, M. Elisabetta Maragnoli, Devon Fagel, Erzsi Borok, Marya Shanabrough, Tamas L. Horvath, and Flora M. Vaccarino 5767 A Forward Genetic Screen in Mice Identifies Sema3AK108N , which Binds to Neuropilin-1 but Cannot Signal Janna Merte, Qiang Wang, Craig W. Vander Kooi, Sarah Sarsfield, Daniel J. Leahy, Alex L. Kolodkin, and David D. Ginty 5792 Target-Dependent Regulation of Neurotransmitter Specification and Embryonic Neuronal Calcium Spike Activity Qian Xiao, Lin Xu, and Nicholas C. Spitzer Œ 5802 Local Glutamate Level Dictates Adenosine A2A Receptor Regulation of Neuroinflammation and Traumatic Brain Injury Shuang-Shuang Dai, Yuan-Guo Zhou, Wei Li, Jian-Hong An, Ping Li, Nan Yang, Xing-Yun Chen, Ren-Ping Xiong, Ping Liu, Yan Zhao, Hai-Ying Shen, Pei-Fang Zhu, and Jiang-Fan Chen BEHAVIORAL/SYSTEMS/COGNITIVE f 5481 Attentional Cueing at the Saccade Goal, Not at the Target Location, Facilitates Saccades Aarlenne Z. Khan, Stephen J. Heinen, and Robert M. McPeek 5498 Separating Value from Choice: Delay Discounting Activity in the Lateral Intraparietal Area Kenway Louie and Paul W. Glimcher 5533 The ON Pathway Rectifies the OFF Pathway of the Mammalian Retina Zhiyin Liang and Michael A. Freed 5603 Social Interactions Determine Postural Network Sensitivity to 5-HT Daniel Cattaert, Jean-Paul Delbecque, Donald H. Edwards, and Fadi A. Issa
  3. 3. 5713 Ventral Tegmental Area Leptin Receptor Neurons Specifically Project to and Regulate Cocaine- and Amphetamine-Regulated Transcript Neurons of the Extended Central Amygdala Rebecca L. Leshan, Darren M. Opland, Gwendolyn W. Louis, Gina M. Leinninger, Christa M. Patterson, Christopher J. Rhodes, Heike Mu¨nzberg, and Martin G. Myers Jr 5730 Striatal Dopamine Modulates Basal Ganglia Output and Regulates Social Context-Dependent Behavioral Variability through D1 Receptors Arthur Leblois, Benjamin J. Wendel, and David J. Perkel 5781 Presynaptic and Postsynaptic Mechanisms of Synaptic Plasticity and Metaplasticity during Intermediate-Term Memory Formation in Aplysia Igor Antonov, Eric R. Kandel, and Robert D. Hawkins NEUROBIOLOGY OF DISEASE 5489 Molecular Characterization of Mutations That Cause Globoid Cell Leukodystrophy and Pharmacological Rescue Using Small Molecule Chemical Chaperones Wing C. Lee, Dongcheul Kang, Ena Causevic, Aimee R. Herdt, Elizabeth A. Eckman, and Christopher B. Eckman 5525 Decaffeinated Coffee and Nicotine-Free Tobacco Provide Neuroprotection in Drosophila Models of Parkinson’s Disease through an NRF2-Dependent Mechanism Kien Trinh, Laurie Andrews, James Krause, Tyler Hanak, Daewoo Lee, Michael Gelb, and Leo Pallanck 5544 Evidence from Computer Simulations for Alterations in the Membrane Biophysical Properties and Dendritic Processing of Synaptic Inputs in Mutant Superoxide Dismutase-1 Motoneurons Sherif M. ElBasiouny, Julien Amendola, Jacques Durand, and C. J. Heckman 5579 Defective cAMP Generation Underlies the Sensitivity of CNS Neurons to Neurofibromatosis-1 Heterozygosity Jacquelyn A. Brown, Scott M. Gianino, and David H. Gutmann 5644 Metabolic Vulnerability Disposes Retinal Ganglion Cell Axons to Dysfunction in a Model of Glaucomatous Degeneration Selva Baltan, Denise M. Inman, Camelia A. Danilov, Richard S. Morrison, David J. Calkins, and Philip J. Horner ࡗ 5690 High-Frequency Network Activity, Global Increase in Neuronal Activity, and Synchrony Expansion Precede Epileptic Seizures In Vitro Premysl Jiruska, Jozsef Csicsvari, Andrew D. Powell, John E. Fox, Wei-Chih Chang, Martin Vreugdenhil, Xiaoli Li, Milan Palus, Alejandro F. Bujan, Richard W. Dearden, and John G. R. Jefferys 5702 Disrupted Transforming Growth Factor-␤ Signaling in Spinal and Bulbar Muscular Atrophy Masahisa Katsuno, Hiroaki Adachi, Makoto Minamiyama, Masahiro Waza, Hideki Doi, Naohide Kondo, Hiroyuki Mizoguchi, Atsumi Nitta, Kiyofumi Yamada, Haruhiko Banno, Keisuke Suzuki, Fumiaki Tanaka, and Gen Sobue 5744 A Missense Mutation of the Gene Encoding Voltage-Dependent Sodium Channel (Nav1.1) Confers Susceptibility to Febrile Seizures in Rats Tomoji Mashimo, Iori Ohmori, Mamoru Ouchida, Yukihiro Ohno, Toshiko Tsurumi, Takafumi Miki, Minoru Wakamori, Shizuka Ishihara, Takashi Yoshida, Akiko Takizawa, Megumi Kato, Masumi Hirabayashi, Masashi Sasa, Yasuo Mori, and Tadao Serikawa
  4. 4. 5754 SOCS3-Mediated Blockade of JAK/STAT3 Signaling Pathway Reveals Its Major Contribution to Spinal Cord Neuroinflammation and Mechanical Allodynia after Peripheral Nerve Injury Elisa Dominguez, Annie Mauborgne, Jacques Mallet, Mathieu Desclaux, and Michel Pohl Erratum: In the article “Population Coding of Reward Magnitude in the Orbitofrontal Cortex of the Rat” by Esther van Duuren, Jan Lankelma, and Cyriel M. A. Pennartz, which appeared on pages 8590–8603 of the August 20, 2008, issue, the authors would like to extend the original Acknowledgements to include Francisco A. Nieto Esca´mez, Ruud N. J. M. A. Joosten, Rein Visser, and Antonius B. Mulder for helping to collect the single-unit firing rate data that were originally described in the study by van Duuren et al. (2007) [van Duuren E, Esca´mez FA, Joosten RN, Visser R, Mulder AB, Pennartz CM (2007) Neural coding of reward magnitude in the orbitofrontal cortex of the rat during a five-odor olfactory discrimination task. Learn Mem 14:446-456], and which provided a primary database for the novel analyses and results presented in the study by van Duuren et al. (2008). Persons interested in becoming members of the Society for Neuroscience should contact the Membership Department, Society for Neuroscience, 1121 14th St., NW, Suite 1010, Washington, DC 20005, phone 202-962-4000. Instructions for Authors are available at Authors should refer to these Instructions online for recent changes that are made periodically. Brief Communications Instructions for Authors are available via Internet ( Submissions should be submitted online using the following url: Please contact the Central Office, via phone, fax, or e-mail with any questions. Our contact information is as follows: phone, 202-962-4000; fax, 202-962-4945; e-mail,