Browsing UMB Open Access Articles 2017 by Title
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|A negative allosteric modulator for α5 subunit- containing GABA receptors exerts a rapid and persistent antidepressant-like action without the side effects of the NMDA receptor antagonist ketamine in mice |
|Negative Symptom Therapeutics |
|Neonatal outcomes associated with placental abruption |
|Neurodevelopment: The impact of nutrition and inflammation during early to middle childhood in low-resource settings |
|Neurotrophic Factor‐α1: A Key Wnt‐β‐Catenin Dependent Anti‐Proliferation Factor and ERK‐Sox9 Activated Inducer of Embryonic Neural Stem Cell Differentiation to Astrocytes in Neurodevelopment |
|New breakthroughs in understanding the role of functional interactions between the neocortex and the claustrum |
|A New Clinically Applicable Measure of Functional Status in Patients With Heart Failure: The 60-Foot Walk Test |
|Nocebo and pain: An overview of the psychoneurobiological mechanisms |
|Nocebo effects in clinical studies: Hints for pain therapy |
|Nontraumatic urinary bladder rupture presenting as renal pseudo-failure and ascites |
|Nonvitamin, Nonmineral Dietary Supplement Use among Adults with Fibromyalgia: United States, 2007-2012 |
|Novel dental adhesive with biofilm-regulating and remineralization capabilities |
|Novel galeterone analogs act independently of AR and AR-V7 for the activation of the unfolded protein response and induction of apoptosis in the CWR22Rv1 prostate cancer cell model |
|A novel method for extracting nucleic acids from dried blood spots for ultrasensitive detection of low-density Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax infections |
|Obesity and Survival With Heart Failure: Still a Paradox |
|Occipital dysembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumor presenting as adult-onset temporal epilepsy |
|Off-Label Prothrombin Complex Concentrates: Buyer Be Careful! |
|Old maids: Aging and its impact on microglia function |
|Optimal Position for Intubation in the ICU: An Uneven Playing Field? |
|Optogenetic Blockade of Dopamine Transients Prevents Learning Induced by Changes in Reward Features |
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