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    1. Baxter, GS; Moll, EJ; Lisle, AT
      Pasture grazing by black-striped wallabies (Macropus dorsalis) in central Queensland

      WILDLIFE RESEARCH
    2. Beutel, TS; Beeton, RJS; Baxter, GS
      Building better wildlife-habitat models

      ECOGRAPHY
    3. Baxter, GS; Hockings, M; Carter, RW; Beeton, RJS
      Trends in wildlife management and the appropriateness of Australian university training

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    4. BAXTER GS; FAIRWEATHER PG
      DOES AVAILABLE FORAGING AREA, LOCATION OR COLONY CHARACTER CONTROL THE SIZE OF MULTISPECIES EGRET COLONIES

      Wildlife research
    5. BOWEN WP; MCMURRAY HF; LALL S; BAXTER GS; COLEMAN RA
      PHARMACOLOGICAL MODULATION OF CHLORIDE-ION EFFLUX FROM T84 CELLS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    6. BAXTER GS; COLEMAN RA; MIAH A; MURPHY OE; CAREY JE
      REGIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF 5-HT2C RECEPTOR MESSENGER-RNA IN HUMAN TISSUES USING REAL-TIME, QUANTITATIVE SEQUENCE DETECTION

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    7. CAREY JE; MIAH A; MURPHY OE; COLEMAN RA; BAXTER GS
      QUANTIFICATION OF MESSENGER-RNA TRANSCRIPT COPY NUMBER USING THE ABI PRISM(TM) SEQUENCE DETECTION SYSTEM

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    8. MURPHY OE; CAREY JE; MIAH A; COLEMAN RA; BAXTER GS
      ASSESSMENT OF SAMPLE QUALITY OF TOTAL RNA FOR MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION STUDIES

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    9. DUXON MS; FLANIGAN TP; REAVLEY AC; BAXTER GS; BLACKBURN TP; FONE KCF
      EVIDENCE FOR EXPRESSION OF THE 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE-2B RECEPTOR PROTEIN IN THE RAT CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Neuroscience
    10. HARMER DW; BOWEN WP; COLEMAN RA; BAXTER GS
      DEVELOPMENT OF A HIGH-THROUGHPUT IMMUNOBLOTTING SYSTEM SUITABLE FOR THE DETECTION AND QUANTIFICATION OF PROTEINS IN HUMAN TISSUE

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    11. CASTRO SW; ALI M; BOWEN WP; COLEMAN RA; BAXTER GS
      DIFFERENCES IN THE PHARMACOLOGICAL PROFILES OF HUMAN LUNG MEMBRANES FROM SMOKERS AND NONSMOKERS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    12. READ SJ; BULMER DCE; RUSHTON S; SMITH MI; BAXTER GS; SMITH S; PARSONS AA
      5-HT, OR THE 5-HT2B RECEPTOR AGONIST, BW 723C86, DO NOT ALTER MARKER EXTRAVASATION IN RAT DURA-MATER

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    13. BAXTER GS
      PROVISION OF SUPPLEMENTARY NEST MATERIAL TO COLONIAL EGRETS

      Emu
    14. FORBES IT; DABBS S; DUCKWORTH DM; HAM P; JONES GE; KING FD; SAUNDERS DV; BLANEY FE; NAYLOR CB; BAXTER GS; BLACKBURN TP; KENNETT GA; WOOD MD
      SYNTHESIS, BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITY, AND MOLECULAR MODELING STUDIES OF SELECTIVE 5-HT2C 2B RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS/

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    15. KENNETT GA; BRIGHT F; TRAIL B; BAXTER GS; BLACKBURN TP
      EFFECTS OF THE 5-HT2B RECEPTOR AGONIST, BW-723C86, ON 3 RAT MODELS OFANXIETY

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    16. KENNETT GA; WOOD MD; BRIGHT F; CILIA J; PIPER DC; GAGER T; THOMAS D; BAXTER GS; FORBES IT; HAM P; BLACKBURN TP
      IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO PROFILE OF SB-206553, A POTENT 5-HT2C 5-HT2B RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST WITH ANXIOLYTIC-LIKE PROPERTIES/

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    17. THOMAS DR; BAXTER GS; CAREY JE; GAGER TL; GALE DG; HOLLAND V; MUIR A; WILSON S; WOOD MD
      SB 204741 IS A SELECTIVE ANTAGONIST AT THE CLONED HUMAN 5-HT2B RECEPTOR STABLY EXPRESSED IN HEK-293 CELLS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    18. AINSWORTH K; TRAIL B; BLACKBURN TP; BAXTER GS; KENNETT GA
      IS BW 723C86-INDUCED HYPERPHAGIA AN IN-VIVO MODEL OF RAT CENTRAL 5-HT2B RECEPTOR FUNCTION

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    19. ELLIS ES; TILFORD NS; BAXTER GS; SANGER GJ
      A COMPARISON OF N-TYPE CALCIUM CHANNELS IN HUMAN AND RAT ISOLATED VAS-DEFERENS BY RANK ORDER OF OMEGA-CONOTOXIN ACTIVITY

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    20. BAXTER GS
      NOVEL DISCRIMINATORY LIGANDS FOR 5-HT2B RECEPTORS

      Behavioural brain research
    21. FORBES IT; JONES GE; MURPHY OE; HOLLAND V; BAXTER GS
      METHYL-5-INDOLYL)-N'-(3-METHYL-5-ISOTHIAZOLYL)UREA - A NOVEL, HIGH-AFFINITY 5-HT2B RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    22. FORBES IT; HAM P; BOOTH DH; MARTIN RT; THOMPSON M; BAXTER GS; BLACKBURN TP; GLEN A; KENNETT GA; WOOD MD
      LCARBAMOYL)-1,2,3,5-TETRAHYDROPYRROLO[2,3-F]INDOLE - A NOVEL 5-HT2C 5-HT2B RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST WITH IMPROVED AFFINITY, SELECTIVITY, AND ORAL ACTIVITY

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    23. BAXTER GS; CLAYTON JK; COLEMAN RA; MARSHALL K; SANGHA R; SENIOR J
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PROSTANOID RECEPTORS MEDIATING CONSTRICTION AND RELAXATION OF HUMAN ISOLATED UTERINE ARTERY

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    24. KENNETT GA; BRIGHT F; TRAIL B; BLACKBURN TP; BAXTER GS
      EFFECTS OF THE 5-HT2B RECEPTOR AGONIST, BW 723C86, IN RAT SOCIAL-INTERACTION, ELEVATED X-MAZE AND GELLER-SEIFTER MODELS OF ANXIETY

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    25. DUXON MS; BECKETT SR; BAXTER GS; BLACKBURN TP; FONE KCF
      INTRAAMYGDALA INJECTION OF THE 5-HT2B RECEPTOR AGONIST BW-72386 PRODUCES ANXIOLYSIS ON THE ELEVATED PLUS-MAZE IN THE RAT

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    26. TRAIL B; AINSWORTH K; BLACKBURN TP; BAXTER GS; KENNETT GA
      ARE MCPP-INDUCED BEHAVIORS 5-HT2C OR 5-HT2B RECEPTOR-MEDIATED

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    27. BAXTER GS; BLACKBURN TP; CHAPMAN J; TILFORD NS
      CONTRACTILE ACTIONS OF THE MIXED 5-HT2A 2B/2C RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST ICI-169369 IN RAT STOMACH FUNDUS/

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    28. ELLIS ES; TILFORD NS; SMITH MI; BAXTER GS
      PRELIMINARY CHARACTERIZATION OF 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE (5-HT) RECEPTORS MEDIATING RELAXATION OF CAT JUGULAR-VEIN

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    29. TILFORD NS; BOWEN WP; BAXTER GS
      ROBOFIT - A VERSATILE MACRO-DRIVEN TEMPLATE FOR CURVE-FITTING, ANALYSIS AND PRESENTATION IN MICROSOFT EXCEL

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    30. ELLIS ES; BYRNE C; MURPHY OE; TILFORD NS; BAXTER GS
      MEDIATION BY 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE(2B) RECEPTORS OF ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT RELAXATION IN RAT JUGULAR-VEIN

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    31. BAXTER GS; ELLIS ES; FORBES IT; JONES GE; KENNETT GA
      SB-204741 - A POTENT AND SELECTIVE ANTAGONIST AT 5-HT(2B) RECEPTORS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    32. BAXTER GS; TILFORD NS
      ENDOGENOUS LIGANDS AND INVERSE AGONISM

      Trends in pharmacological sciences
    33. BAXTER GS
      THE INFLUENCE OF SYNCHRONOUS BREEDING, NATAL TREE POSITION AND RAINFALL ON EGRET NESTING SUCCESS

      Colonial waterbirds
    34. BAXTER GS; FAIRWEATHER PG
      PHOSPHORUS AND NITROGEN IN WETLANDS WITH AND WITHOUT EGRET COLONIES

      Australian journal of ecology
    35. BAXTER GS
      THE LOCATION AND STATUS OF EGRET COLONIES IN COASTAL NEW-SOUTH-WALES

      Emu
    36. WARDLE KA; ELLIS ES; BAXTER GS; KENNETT GA; GASTER LM; SANGER GJ
      THE EFFECTS OF SB-204070, A HIGHLY POTENT AND SELECTIVE 5-HT4 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST, ON GUINEA-PIG DISTAL COLON

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    37. BAXTER GS; MURPHY OE; BLACKBURN TP
      FURTHER CHARACTERIZATION OF 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE RECEPTORS (PUTATIVE 5-HT2B) IN RAT STOMACH FUNDUS LONGITUDINAL MUSCLE

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    38. BYRNE C; BAXTER GS
      FURTHER EVALUATION OF PUTATIVE 5-HT2A RECEPTORS MEDIATING RELAXATION OF GUINEA-PIG TRACHEA

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    39. MURPHY OE; BAXTER GS
      475P 5-HT2B RECEPTORS MEDIATE CONTRACTION OF RAT STOMACH FUNDUS CIRCULAR MUSCLE

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    40. BAXTER GS
      VARIABILITY IN EFFECTIVE RECEPTOR RESERVE AT PUTATIVE 5-HT2B RECEPTORS IN RAT STOMACH FUNDUS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    41. ELLIS ES; MURPHY BOE; BAXTER GS
      5-HT2B-LIKE RECEPTORS MEDIATE ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT RELAXATION OF RATJUGULAR-VEIN

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    42. TILFORD NS; BAXTER GS
      THE ACTIONS OF KETANSERIN AND RITANSERIN ON CONTRACTILE RESPONSES TO SUMATRIPTAN IN RABBIT BASILAR ARTERY

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    43. ELLIS ES; WARDLE KA; BAXTER GS; SANGER GJ
      5-HT4, RECEPTOR-MEDIATED CONTRACTIONS IN GUINEA-PIG DISTAL COLON CIRCULAR MUSCLE

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    44. BAXTER GS; SANGER GJ; GASTER LM; WARDLE KA
      TISSUE AND AGONIST-DEPENDENT NON-SURMOUNTABLE ANTAGONISM BY THE SELECTIVE 5-HT4 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST SB-204070

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    45. BOWEN WP; JERMAN JC; BAXTER GS
      OPTIMA - SIMULTANEOUS FITTING OF RESPONSE CURVES TO THE OPERATIONAL MODEL OF AGONISM WITH MICROSOFT EXCEL

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    46. FORBES IT; KENNETT GA; GADRE A; HAM P; HAYWARD CJ; MARTIN RT; THOMPSON M; WOOD MD; BAXTER GS; GLEN A; MURPHY OE; STEWART BA; BLACKBURN TP
      N-(1-METHYL-5-INDOLYL)-N'-(3-PYRIDYL)UREA HYDROCHLORIDE - THE 1ST SELECTIVE 5-HT(1C) RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST

      Journal of medicinal chemistry


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