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Jentsch J. on NEWS: Dissecting Dysbindin—Mice, Flies Point to Different Roles, Over the past few years, specific disruptions in the function of presynaptic,... 30 Nov 2009. 

Jentsch J. on NEWS: Order in the Cortex: Clozapine Curbs Unruly Networks, The article by Kargieman and colleagues further specifies the cellular mechanisms underlying... 17 Sep 2007. 

Jentsch J. on NEWS: Adrenergic Receptors and RGS Modulate NMDA Receptors in Prefrontal Cortex, This paper adds to the growing body of literature indicating that adrenergic mechanisms are... 8 Dec 2006. 

Jentsch J. on NEWS: Modeling Psychosis in Prefrontal Cortex—The Effects of Amphetamine, Moghaddam is correct in arguing that long-term intake of, or exposure to, amphetamine-like... 22 Nov 2006. 

Jentsch J. on NEWS: Nature Makes a DISC1-Deficient, Forgetful Mouse, In their recent paper, 7 Mar 2006. 

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