Volume 825, Issue 1 p. 11-22

Modulation of Apoptosis by Adenosine in the Central Nervous System: a Possible Role for the A3 Receptor

Pathophysiological Significance and Therapeutic Implications for Neurodegenerative Disordersa

MARIA P. ABBRACCHIO

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MARIA P. ABBRACCHIO

Institute of Pharmacological Sciences Milan, Italy

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STEFANIA CERUTI

STEFANIA CERUTI

Institute of Pharmacological Sciences Milan, Italy

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ROBERTA BRAMBILLA

ROBERTA BRAMBILLA

Institute of Pharmacological Sciences Milan, Italy

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CLAUDIO FRANCESCHI

CLAUDIO FRANCESCHI

Institute of General Pathology Modena, Italy

Department of Gerontology INRCA Ancona, Italy

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WALTER MALORNI

WALTER MALORNI

Department of Ultrastructures, Istituto Superiore di Sanità Rome, Italy

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KENNETH A. JACOBSON

KENNETH A. JACOBSON

Molecular Recognition Section Laboratory of Bioorganic Chemistry NIDDK/NIH Bethesda, MD 20892

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DAG K. J. E. VON LUBITZ

DAG K. J. E. VON LUBITZ

Molecular Recognition Section Laboratory of Bioorganic Chemistry NIDDK/NIH Bethesda, MD 20892

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FLAMINIO CATTABENI

FLAMINIO CATTABENI

Institute of Pharmacological Sciences Milan, Italy

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First published: 17 December 2006
Citations: 66
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The authors are involved in the concerted action ADEURO (EU, BIOMED1) (ADEURO is the logo for the concerted action “Physiology and pharmacology of brain adenosine receptors-implications for the rational design of neuroactive drugs” supported by the European Union within the Biomedical and Health Research Programme). Part of the research presented here was supported by the Italian Ministero dell'Università e Ricerca Scientifica e Tecnologica (40%).

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