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Kellendonk C. on NEWS: Dopamine Dysfunction Triggers Massive Reprogramming of Cortex, The drastic downregulation of genes in the cortex after genetic autoreceptor inactivation is... 6 Aug 2014. 

Kellendonk C. on PAPER: Howes OD. et al., 2012, The meta-analysis by Howes et al. once more confirms that there are abnormalities in the... 18 Apr 2012. 

Kellendonk C. on PAPER: Garner AR. et al., 2012, One major limitation in the study of cognition has been that cognitive processes such as... 3 Apr 2012. 

Kellendonk C. on NEWS: Coupling Between D1 and D2 Receptors Implicated in Depression, Heterodimerization between D1 and D2 receptors is a recently discovered, novel mechanism by... 14 Dec 2010. 

Kellendonk C. on NEWS: Studies Suggest Potential Roles for Dysbindin in Schizophrenia, The study by Iizuka and colleagues is indeed very interesting. It suggests that one of the... 4 Dec 2007. 

Kellendonk C. on NEWS: Dopamine Receptors: The Right Combination Unlocks Calcium Release, The paper by Rashid et al. presents yet another interesting example of how dopamine D2... 30 Jan 2007. 

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