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Lewis D. on WHAT WE KNOW: The extent of patients' cognitive deficits generally predicts functioning in work, social interactions, and independent living perhaps even more than symptom expression., Lower cortical levels of the mRNA for GAD67, the principal enzyme responsible for the... 17 Sep 2007. 

Lewis D. on NEWS: Losing Your (Prepulse) Inhibitions—All About α3 GABAA?, In this study, the authors report that mice lacking the α3 subunit of the GABA-A... 18 Nov 2005. 

Lewis D. on PAPER: Pouille F. et al., 2001, This is an important investigation demonstrating the role of feed-forward perisomatic inhibition... 27 Oct 2005. 

Lewis D. on PAPER: Cobb SR. et al., 1995, This is a seminal study demonstrating the critical role of proximal inhibition in synchronizing... 27 Oct 2005. 

Lewis D. on PAPER: Howard MW. et al., 2003, This study demonstrated that γ band power in the human prefrontal cortex increases directly... 27 Oct 2005. 

Lewis D. on PAPER: Benes FM. et al., 1996, This study demonstrated an increased level of GABAA receptors in prefrontal pyramidal neurons in... 27 Oct 2005. 

Lewis D. on PAPER: Volk DW. et al., 2002, The authors demonstrated that the presynaptic reduction of the GABA transporter in chandelier... 27 Oct 2005. 

Lewis D. on PAPER: Hashimoto T. et al., 2003, Through the use of subpopulation-specific molecular markers, this study confirmed that the... 27 Oct 2005. 

Lewis D. on PAPER: McBain CJ. et al., 2001, This is an excellent review of the functional roles of GABA neurons in cortical function. 27 Oct 2005. 

Lewis D. on PAPER: Mirnics K. et al., 2000, This first application of microarray technology to the study of schizophrenia revealed altered... 27 Oct 2005. 

Lewis D. on PAPER: Akbarian S. et al., 1995, The authors provided the initial report of the now widely replicated deficit in GAD67 mRNA... 27 Oct 2005. 

Lewis D. on PAPER: Goldman-Rakic PS. et al., 1995, This review clearly summarizes the role of the coordinated, sustained firing of prefrontal... 27 Oct 2005. 

Lewis D. on PAPER: Weinberger DR. et al., 1986, This seminal investigation demonstrated that dysfunction of the prefrontal cortex, as reflected... 27 Oct 2005. 

Lewis D. on PAPER: Green MF. et al., 1996, This study demonstrated the central importance of cognitive deficits to long-term functional... 27 Oct 2005. 

Lewis D. on NEWS: CATIE Comes to Surprising Conclusions, Recommendation Only. 19 Oct 2005. 

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