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    1. Savini, L; Chiasserini, L; Pellerano, C; Biggio, G; Maciocco, E; Serra, M; Cinone, N; Carrieri, A; Altomare, C; Carotti, A
      High affinity central benzodiazepine receptor ligands. Part 2: Quantitative structure-activity relationships and comparative molecular field analysisof pyrazolo[4,3-c]quinolin-3-ones

      BIOORGANIC & MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    2. Dazzi, L; Serra, M; Spiga, F; Pisu, MG; Jentsch, JD; Biggio, G
      Prevention of the stress-induced increase in frontal cortical dopamine efflux of freely moving rats by long-term treatment with antidepressant drugs

      EUROPEAN NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    3. Barbaccia, ML; Affricano, D; Purdy, RH; Maciocco, E; Spiga, F; Biggio, G
      Clozapine, but not haloperidol, increases brain concentrations of neuroactive steroids in the rat

      NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    4. Rasgon, N; Serra, M; Biggio, G; Pisu, MG; Fairbanks, L; Tanavoli, S; Rapkin, A
      Neuroactive steroid-serotonergic interaction: responses to an intravenous L-tryptophan challenge in women with premenstrual syndrome

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY
    5. Franco, M; Trapani, G; Latrofa, A; Tullio, C; Provenzano, MR; Serra, M; Muggironi, M; Biggio, G; Liso, G
      Dissolution properties and anticonvulsant activity of phenytoin-polyethylene glycol 6000 and -polyvinylpyrrolidone K-30 solid dispersions

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICS
    6. Latrofa, A; Trapani, G; Franco, M; Harris, MJ; Serra, M; Biggio, G; Liso, G
      Synthesis of the [H-3] labelled potent and selective peripheral benzodiazepine receptor ligand CB 34

      JOURNAL OF LABELLED COMPOUNDS & RADIOPHARMACEUTICALS
    7. Follesa, P; Cagetti, E; Mancuso, L; Biggio, F; Manca, A; Maciocco, E; Massa, F; Desole, MS; Carta, M; Busonero, F; Sanna, E; Biggio, G
      Increase in expression of the GABA(A) receptor alpha(4) subunit gene induced by withdrawal of, but not by long-term treatment with, benzodiazepine full or partial agonists

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    8. Biggio, G; Follesa, P; Sanna, E; Purdy, RH; Concas, A
      GABA(A)-receptor plasticity during long-term exposure to and withdrawal from progesterone

      NEUROSTEROIDS AND BRAIN FUNCTION
    9. Barbaccia, ML; Serra, M; Purdy, RH; Biggio, G
      Stress and neuroactive steroids

      NEUROSTEROIDS AND BRAIN FUNCTION
    10. Dazzi, L; Vacca, G; Ladu, S; Pisu, MG; Serra, M; Biggio, G
      Long-term treatment with antidepressant drugs reduces the sensitivity of cortical cholinergic neurons to the activating actions of stress and the anxiogenic drug FG 7142

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    11. Ferrara, G; Serra, M; Zammaretti, F; Pisu, MG; Panzica, G; Biggio, G; Eva, C
      Increased expression of the neuropeptide Y receptor Y-1 gene in the medialamygdala of transgenic mice induced by long-term treatment with progesterone or allopregnanolone

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    12. Dazzi, L; Spiga, F; Pira, L; Ladu, S; Vacca, G; Rivano, A; Jentsch, JD; Biggio, G
      Inhibition of stress- or anxiogenic-drug-induced increases in dopamine release in the rat prefrontal cortex by long-term treatment with antidepressant drugs

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    13. Serra, M; Pisu, MG; Muggironi, M; Parodo, V; Papi, G; Sari, R; Dazzi, L; Spiga, F; Purdy, RH; Biggio, G
      Opposite effects of short-versus long-term administration of fluoxetine onthe concentrations of neuroactive steroids in rat plasma and brain

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    14. Trapani, G; Altomare, C; Sanna, E; Biggio, G; Liso, G
      Propofol in anesthesia. mechanism of action, structure-activity relationships, and drug delivery

      CURRENT MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    15. Concas, A; Porcu, P; Sogliano, C; Serra, M; Purdy, RH; Biggio, G
      Caffeine-induced increases in the brain and plasma concentrations of neuroactive steroids in the rat

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    16. Serra, M; Littera, M; Pisu, MG; Muggironi, M; Purdy, RH; Biggio, G
      Steroidogenesis in rat brain induced by short- and long-term administration of carbamazepine

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    17. Follesa, P; Serra, M; Cagetti, E; Giuseppina, M; Pisu, MG; Porta, S; Floris, S; Massa, F; Sanna, E; Biggio, G
      Allopregnanolone synthesis in cerebellar granule cells: Roles in regulation of GABA(A) receptor expression and function during progesterone treatmentand withdrawal

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    18. Serra, M; Pisu, MG; Littera, M; Papi, G; Sanna, E; Tuveri, F; Usala, L; Purdy, RH; Biggio, G
      Social isolation-induced decreases in both the abundance of neuroactive steroids and GABA(A) receptor function in rat brain

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    19. Biggio, G; Barbaccia, ML; Follesa, P; Serra, M; Purdy, RH; Concas, A
      Neurosteroids and GABA(A) receptor plasticity

      GABA IN THE NERVOUS SYSTEM: THE VIEW AT FIFTY YEARS
    20. Chimirri, A; Bevacqua, F; Gitto, R; Quartarone, S; Zappala, M; De Sarro, A; Maciocco, L; Biggio, G; De Sarro, G
      Synthesis and anticonvulsant activity of new 11H-triazolo[4,5-c] [2,3]benzodiazepines

      MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY RESEARCH
    21. Serra, M; Concas, A; Mostallino, MC; Chessa, MF; Stomati, M; Petraglia, F; Genazzani, AR; Biggio, G
      Antagonism by pivagabine of stress-induced changes in GABA(A) receptor function and corticotropin-releasing factor concentrations in rat brain

      PSYCHONEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    22. Follesa, P; Tarantino, A; Floris, S; Mallei, A; Porta, S; Tuligi, G; Cagetti, E; Caddeo, M; Mura, A; Serra, M; Biggio, G
      Changes in the gene expression of GABA(A) receptor subunit mRNAs in the septum of rats subjected to pentylenetetrazol-induced kindling

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    23. Follesa, P; Mallei, A; Floris, S; Mostallino, MC; Sanna, E; Biggio, G
      Increased abundance of GABA, receptor subunit mRNAs in the brain of Long-Evans Cinnamon rats, an animal model of Wilson's disease

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    24. Trapani, G; Franco, M; Latrofa, A; Ricciardi, L; Carotti, A; Serra, M; Sanna, E; Biggio, G; Liso, G
      Novel 2-phenylimidazo[1,2-a]pyridine derivatives as potent and selective ligands for peripheral benzodiazepine receptors: Synthesis, binding affinity, and in vivo studies

      JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    25. Concas, A; Follesa, P; Barbaccia, ML; Purdy, RH; Biggio, G
      Physiological modulation of GABA(A) receptor plasticity by progesterone metabolites

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    26. Serra, M; Madau, P; Chessa, MF; Caddeo, M; Sanna, E; Trapani, G; Franco, M; Liso, G; Purdy, RH; Barbaccia, ML; Biggio, G
      2-phenyl-imidazo[1,2-a]pyridine derivatives as ligands for peripheral benzodiazepine receptors: stimulation of neurosteroid synthesis and anticonflict action in rats

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    27. Sanna, E; Motzo, C; Usala, M; Serra, M; Dazzi, L; Maciocco, E; Trapani, G; Latrofa, A; Liso, G; Biggio, G
      Characterization of the electrophysiological and pharmacological effects of 4-iodo-2,6-diisopropylphenol, a propofol analogue devoid of sedative-anaesthetic properties

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    28. Serra, M; Dazzi, L; Caddeo, M; Floris, C; Biggio, G
      Reversal by flunarizine of the decrease in hippocampal acetylcholine release in pentylenetetrazole-kindled rats

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    29. Sanna, E; Pau, D; Tuveri, F; Massa, F; Maciocco, E; Acquas, C; Floris, C; Fontana, SN; Maira, G; Biggio, G
      Molecular and neurochemical evaluation of the effects of etizolam on GABA(A) receptors under normal and stress conditions

      ARZNEIMITTEL-FORSCHUNG-DRUG RESEARCH
    30. SAVINI L; MASSARELLI P; NENCINI C; PELLERANO C; BIGGIO G; MACIOCCO A; TULIGI G; CARRIERI A; CINONE N; CAROTTI A
      HIGH-AFFINITY CENTRAL BENZODIAZEPINE RECEPTOR LIGANDS - SYNTHESIS ANDSTRUCTURE-ACTIVITY RELATIONSHIP STUDIES OF A NEW SERIES OF PYRAZOLO[4,3-C]QUINOLIN-3-ONES

      Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry
    31. FOLLESA P; FLORIS S; TULIGI G; MOSTALLINO MC; CONCAS A; BIGGIO G
      MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL ADAPTATION OF THE GABA(A) RECEPTOR COMPLEX DURING PREGNANCY AND AFTER DELIVERY IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      European journal of neuroscience
    32. BIGGIO G; BARBACCIA ML; FOLLESA P; PURDY RH; CONCAS A
      NEUROSTEROIDS MODULATE GABA(A) RECEPTOR STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION DURINGPREGNANCY AND DELIVERY IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      European journal of neuroscience
    33. Barbaccia, ML; Concas, A; Serra, M; Biggio, G
      Stress and neurosteroids in adult and aged rats

      EXPERIMENTAL GERONTOLOGY
    34. CONCAS A; PIEROBON P; MOSTALLINO MC; PORCU P; MARINO G; MINEI R; BIGGIO G
      MODULATION OF GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC-ACID (GABA) RECEPTORS AND THE FEEDING RESPONSE BY NEUROSTEROIDS IN HYDRA-VULGARIS

      Neuroscience
    35. GHIANI CA; DAZZI L; MACIOCCO E; FLORE G; MAIRA G; BIGGIO G
      ANTAGONISM BY ABECARNIL OF ENHANCED ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE IN THE RAT-BRAIN DURING ANTICIPATION BUT NOT CONSUMPTION OF FOOD

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    36. BARNARD EA; SKOLNICK P; OLSEN RW; MOHLER H; SIEGHART W; BIGGIO G; BRAESTRUP C; BATESON AN; LANGER SZ
      INTERNATIONAL-UNION-OF-PHARMACOLOGY - XV - SUBTYPES OF GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC ACID(A) RECEPTORS - CLASSIFICATION ON THE BASIS OF SUBUNIT STRUCTURE AND RECEPTOR FUNCTION

      Pharmacological reviews
    37. CONCAS A; MOSTALLINO MC; PORCU P; FOLLESA P; BARBACCIA ML; TRABUCCHI M; PURDY RH; GRISENTI P; BIGGIO G
      ROLE OF BRAIN ALLOPREGNANOLONE IN THE PLASTICITY OF GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC-ACID TYPE-A RECEPTOR IN RAT-BRAIN DURING PREGNANCY AND AFTER DELIVERY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    38. SANNA E; MOTZO C; USALA M; PAU D; CAGETTI E; BIGGIO G
      FUNCTIONAL-CHANGES IN RAT NIGRAL GABA(A) RECEPTORS INDUCED BY DEGENERATION OF THE STRIATONIGRAL GABAERGIC PATHWAY - AN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICALSTUDY OF RECEPTORS INCORPORATED INTO XENOPUS OOCYTES

      Journal of neurochemistry
    39. TRAPANI G; LATROFA A; FRANCO M; ALTOMARE C; SANNA E; USALA M; BIGGIO G; LISO G
      PROPOFOL ANALOGS - SYNTHESIS, RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN STRUCTURE AND AFFINITY AT GABA(A) RECEPTOR IN RAT-BRAIN, AND DIFFERENTIAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL PROFILE AT RECOMBINANT HUMAN GABA(A) RECEPTORS

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    40. IMPERATO A; DAZZI L; CARTA G; COLOMBO G; BIGGIO G
      RAPID INCREASE IN BASAL ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE IN THE HIPPOCAMPUS OF FREELY MOVING RATS INDUCED BY WITHDRAWAL FROM LONG-TERM ETHANOL INTOXICATION

      Brain research
    41. DAZZI L; SERRA M; PORCEDDU ML; SANNA A; CHESSA MF; BIGGIO G
      ENHANCEMENT OF BASAL AND PENTYLENETETRAZOL (PTZ)-STIMULATED DOPAMINE RELEASE IN THE BRAIN OF FREELY MOVING RATS BY PTZ-INDUCED KINDLING

      Synapse
    42. SERRA M; CUCCU R; GHIANI CA; PISU MG; MURGIA A; BIGGIO G
      ANTAGONISM OF CONVULSIONS BUT FAILURE TO ENHANCE GABA(A) RECEPTOR FUNCTION BY FELBAMATE IN MICE TOLERANT TO DIAZEPAM

      Neurochemical research
    43. SANNA E; MURGIA A; CASULA A; BIGGIO G
      DIFFERENTIAL SUBUNIT DEPENDENCE OF THE ACTIONS OF THE GENERAL-ANESTHETICS ALPHAXALONE AND ETOMIDATE AT GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC-ACID TYPE-A RECEPTORS EXPRESSED IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS OOCYTES

      Molecular pharmacology
    44. SERRA M; DAZZI L; CAGETTI E; CHESSA MF; PISU MG; SANNA A; BIGGIO G
      EFFECT OF PENTYLENETETRAZOLE-INDUCED KINDLING ON ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE IN THE HIPPOCAMPUS OF FREELY MOVING RATS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    45. TRAPANI G; FRANCO M; RICCIARDI L; LATROFA A; GENCHI G; SANNA E; TUVERI F; CAGETTI E; BIGGIO G; LISO G
      SYNTHESIS AND BINDING-AFFINITY OF 2-PHENYLIMIDAZO[1,2-A]PYRIDINE DERIVATIVES FOR BOTH CENTRAL AND PERIPHERAL BENZODIAZEPINE RECEPTORS - A NEW SERIES OF HIGH-AFFINITY AND SELECTIVE LIGANDS FOR THE PERIPHERAL-TYPE

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    46. BARBACCIA ML; ROSCETTI G; TRABUCCHI M; PURDY RH; MOSTALLINO MC; CONCAS A; BIGGIO G
      THE EFFECTS OF INHIBITORS OF GABAERGIC TRANSMISSION AND STRESS ON BRAIN AND PLASMA ALLOPREGNANOLONE CONCENTRATIONS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    47. SERRA M; DAZZI L; PISU MG; CAGETTI E; BIGGIO G
      REVERSAL OF A SELECTIVE DECREASE IN HIPPOCAMPAL ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE, BUT NOT OF THE PERSISTENCE OF KINDLING, AFTER DISCONTINUATION OF LONG-TERM PENTYLENETETRAZOL ADMINISTRATION IN RATS

      Brain research
    48. PADIGLIA A; MEDDA R; LORRAI A; BIGGIO G; SANNA E; FLORIS G
      MODULATION OF 6-HYDROXYDOPAMINE OXIDATION BY VARIOUS PROTEINS

      Biochemical pharmacology
    49. MOTZO C; PORCEDDU ML; DAZZI L; SANNA A; SERRA M; BIGGIO G
      ENHANCEMENT BY FLUMAZENIL OF DOPAMINE RELEASE IN THE NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS OF RATS REPEATEDLY EXPOSED TO DIAZEPAM OR IMIDAZENIL

      Psychopharmacology
    50. SERRA M; CONCAS A; BIGGIO G
      FAILURE OF LONG-TERM ADMINISTRATION OF ZOPICLONE AND ZOLPIDEM TO INDUCE TOLERANCE IN MICE

      Neuroscience research communications
    51. CONCAS A; MOSTALLINO MC; PERRA C; CHISU F; PORCU P; TOSCIRI MA; BIGGIO G
      DIFFERENTIAL ANTAGONISM BY THE SELECTIVE A(1) ADENOSINE RECEPTOR AGONIST CCPA OF SEIZURES INDUCED BY NMDA, KAINIC ACID, AND DOMOIC ACID

      Neuroscience research communications
    52. MOTZO C; PORCEDDU ML; MAIRA G; FLORE G; CONCAS A; DAZZI L; BIGGIO G
      INHIBITION OF BASAL AND STRESS-INDUCED DOPAMINE RELEASE IN THE CEREBRAL-CORTEX AND NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS OF FREELY MOVING RATS BY THE NEUROSTEROID ALLOPREGNANOLONE

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    53. TRAPANI G; FRANCO M; LATROFA A; CAROTTI A; GENCHI G; SERRA M; BIGGIO G; LISO G
      SYNTHESIS AND BENZODIAZEPINE RECEPTOR-BINDING OF SOME IMIDAZO[2,1-B]BENZOTHIAZOLES AND PYRIMIDO[2,1-B]BENZOTHIAZOLES

      European journal of medicinal chemistry
    54. BARBACCIA ML; CONCAS A; ROSCETTI G; BOLACCHI F; MOSTALLINO MC; PURDY RH; BIGGIO G
      STRESS-INDUCED INCREASE IN BRAIN NEUROACTIVE STEROIDS - ANTAGONISM BYABECARNIL

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    55. CONCAS A; MASCIA MP; CUCCHEDDU T; FLORIS S; MOSTALLINO MC; PERRA C; SATTA S; BIGGIO G
      CHRONIC ETHANOL INTOXICATION ENHANCES [H-3] CCPA BINDING AND DOES NOTREDUCE A(1) ADENOSINE RECEPTOR FUNCTION IN RAT CEREBELLUM

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    56. BARBACCIA ML; ROSCETTI G; TRABUCCHI M; PURDY RH; MOSTALLINO MC; PERRA C; CONCAS A; BIGGIO G
      ISONIAZID-INDUCED INHIBITION OF GABAERGIC TRANSMISSION ENHANCES NEUROSTEROID CONTENT IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      Neuropharmacology
    57. SANNA E; MURGIA A; CASULA A; USALA M; MACIOCCO E; TULIGI G; BIGGIO G
      DIRECT ACTIVATION OF GABA(A) RECEPTORS BY LORECLEZOLE, AN ANTICONVULSANT DRUG WITH SELECTIVITY FOR THE BETA-SUBUNIT

      Neuropharmacology
    58. BARBACCIA ML; ROSCETTI G; TRABUCCHI M; MOSTALLINO MC; CONCAS A; PURDY RH; BIGGIO G
      TIME-DEPENDENT CHANGES IN RAT-BRAIN NEUROACTIVE STEROID CONCENTRATIONS AND GABA(A) RECEPTOR FUNCTION AFTER ACUTE STRESS

      Neuroendocrinology
    59. TRAPANI G; FRANCO M; LATROFA A; CAROTTI A; CELLAMARE S; SERRA M; GHIANI CA; TULIGI G; BIGGIO G; LISO G
      SYNTHESIS AND ANTICONVULSANT ACTIVITY OF SOME ,3,3A-TETRAHYDROPYRROLO[2,1-B]-BENZOTHIAZOL-1-ONE, 1,2,3,3A-TETRAHYDROPYRROLO[2,1-B]-THIAZOL-1-ONE OR 1,2,3,3A-TETRAHYDROPYRROLO[2,1-B]-OXAZOL-1-ONE IN RODENTS

      Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology
    60. SANNA E; MOTZO C; MURGIA A; AMATO F; DESERRA T; BIGGIO G
      EXPRESSION OF NATIVE GABA(A) RECEPTORS IN XENOPUS OOCYTES INJECTED WITH RAT-BRAIN SYNAPTOSOMES

      Journal of neurochemistry
    61. SERRA M; GHIANI CA; MACIOCCO E; PISU MG; TULIGI G; PORCEDDU ML; BIGGIO G
      FAILURE OF CHRONIC TREATMENT WITH ABECARNIL TO INDUCE CONTINGENT AND NONCONTINGENT TOLERANCE IN PENTYLENETETRAZOL-KINDLED RATS

      Epilepsia
    62. CONCAS A; MOSTALLINO MC; PERRA C; LENER R; ROSCETTI G; BARBACCIA ML; PURDY RH; BIGGIO G
      FUNCTIONAL CORRELATION BETWEEN ALLOPREGNANOLONE AND [S-35] TBPS BINDING IN THE BRAIN OF RATS EXPOSED TO ISONIAZID, PENTYLENETETRAZOL OR STRESS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    63. DAZZI L; SANNA A; CAGETTI E; CONCAS A; BIGGIO G
      INHIBITION BY THE NEUROSTEROID ALLOPREGNANOLONE OF BASAL AND STRESS-INDUCED ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE IN THE BRAIN OF FREELY MOVING RATS

      Brain research
    64. GHIANI CA; TULIGI G; MACIOCCO E; SERRA M; SANNA E; BIGGIO G
      BIOCHEMICAL EVALUATIONS OF THE EFFECTS OF LORECLEZOLE AND PROPOFOL ONTHE GABA(A) RECEPTOR IN RAT-BRAIN

      Biochemical pharmacology
    65. DAZZI L; MOTZO C; CONCAS A; BIGGIO G
      EFFECT OF A(1) RECEPTOR AGONISTS AND ANTAGONISTS ON HIPPOCAMPAL ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE IN FREELY MOVING RATS

      Research communications in molecular pathology and pharmacology
    66. CIGNARELLA G; BARLOCCO D; POCAR D; CLERICI F; CURZU MM; GESSA GL; FADDA F; SERRA M; BIGGIO G
      SYNTHESIS AND PHARMACOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF A NEW SERIES OF SUBSTITUTED BENZOYL-GAMMA-BUTYROLACTONE DERIVATIVES

      European journal of medicinal chemistry
    67. SERRA M; GHIANI CA; MOTZO C; PORCEDDU ML; BIGGIO G
      ANTAGONISM OF ISONIAZID-INDUCED CONVULSIONS BY ABECARNIL IN MICE TOLERANT TO DIAZEPAM

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    68. PIEROBON P; CONCAS A; SANTORO G; MARINO G; MINEI R; PANNACCIONE A; MOSTALLINO MC; BIGGIO G
      BIOCHEMICAL AND FUNCTIONAL IDENTIFICATION OF GABA RECEPTORS IN HYDRA-VULGARIS

      Life sciences
    69. CUCCHEDDU T; FLORIS S; SERRA M; PORCEDDU ML; SANNA E; BIGGIO G
      PROCONFLICT EFFECT OF CARBON-DIOXIDE INHALATION IN RATS

      Life sciences
    70. SANNA E; MASCIA MP; KLEIN RL; WHITING PJ; BIGGIO G; HARRIS RA
      ACTIONS OF THE GENERAL ANESTHETIC PROPOFOL ON RECOMBINANT HUMAN GABA(A) RECEPTORS - INFLUENCE OF RECEPTOR SUBUNITS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    71. DAZZI L; MOTZO C; IMPERATO A; SERRA M; GESSA GL; BIGGIO G
      MODULATION OF BASAL AND STRESS-INDUCED RELEASE OF ACETYLCHOLINE AND DOPAMINE IN RAT-BRAIN BY ABECARNIL AND IMIDAZENIL, 2 ANXIOSELECTIVE GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC ACID(A) RECEPTOR MODULATORS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    72. SANNA E; MURGIA A; CASULA A; WHITING PJ; BIGGIO G
      DIRECT ACTIVATION OF GABA(A) RECEPTORS BY THE NEW ANTICONVULSANT LORECLEZOLE - POTENTIATION BY DIAZEPAM

      Journal of neurochemistry
    73. DAZZI L; MOTZO C; MAIRA G; SANNA A; SERRA M; BIGGIO G
      ENHANCEMENT OF ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE BY FLUMAZENIL IN THE HIPPOCAMPUSOF RATS CHRONICALLY TREATED WITH DIAZEPAM BUT NOT WITH IMIDAZENIL OR ABECARNIL

      Psychopharmacology
    74. CONCAS A; SANTORO G; MASCIA MP; MACIOCCO E; DAZZI L; BIGGIO G
      EFFECTS OF PROPOFOL, PENTOBARBITAL AND ALPHAXALONE ON T-[S-35]BUTYLBICYCLOPHOSPHOROTHIONATE BINDING IN RAT CEREBRAL-CORTEX

      European journal of pharmacology. Molecular pharmacology section
    75. CONCAS A; MASCIA MP; SANTORO G; MACIOCCO E; PINNA G; SANNA E; BIGGIO G
      FAILURE OF GABAERGIC DRUGS TO MODULATE [H-3] PROPOFOL BINDING IN RAT-BRAIN

      Neuroscience research communications
    76. CONCAS A; CUCCHEDDU T; FLORIS S; MASCIA MP; BIGGIO G
      2-CHLORO-N(6)-CYCLOPENTYLADENOSINE (CCPA), AN ADENOSINE-A(1) RECEPTORAGONIST, SUPPRESSES ETHANOL WITHDRAWAL SYNDROME IN RATS

      Alcohol and alcoholism
    77. SERRA M; GHIANI CA; FODDI MC; MOTZO C; BIGGIO G
      NMDA RECEPTOR FUNCTION IS ENHANCED IN THE HIPPOCAMPUS OF AGED RATS

      Neurochemical research
    78. TRAPANI G; FRANCO M; LATROFA A; GENCHI G; BRIGIANI GS; MAZZOCCOLI M; PERSICHELLA M; SERRA M; BIGGIO G; LISO G
      SYNTHESIS AND ANTICONVULSANT ACTIVITY OF SOME 2,3,3A-TETRAHYDROPYRROLO[2,1-B]BENZOTHIAZOL-1-ONES AND PYRROLO[2,1-B]THIAZOLE ANALOGS

      European journal of medicinal chemistry
    79. CONCAS A; SERRA M; SANTORO G; MACIOCCO E; CUCCHEDDU T; BIGGIO G
      THE EFFECT OF CYCLOPYRROLONES ON GABA(A) RECEPTOR FUNCTION IS DIFFERENT FROM THAT OF BENZODIAZEPINES

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    80. SERRA M; GHIANI CA; MOTZO C; CUCCHEDDU T; FLORIS S; GIUSTI P; BIGGIO G
      IMIDAZENIL, A NEW PARTIAL AGONIST OF BENZODIAZEPINE RECEPTORS, REVERSES THE INHIBITORY-ACTION OF ISONIAZID AND STRESS ON GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRICACID(A) RECEPTOR FUNCTION

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    81. SERRA M; GHIANI CA; SPANO S; BIGGIO G
      FELBAMATE ANTAGONIZES ISONIAZID-INDUCED AND FG-7142-INDUCED REDUCTIONOF GABA(A) RECEPTOR FUNCTION IN MOUSE-BRAIN

      European journal of pharmacology
    82. BARBACCIA ML; ROSCETTI G; TRABUCCHI M; CUCCHEDDU T; CONCAS A; BIGGIO G
      NEUROSTEROIDS IN THE BRAIN OF HANDLING-HABITUATED AND NAIVE RATS - EFFECT OF CO2 INHALATION

      European journal of pharmacology
    83. IMPERATO A; DAZZI L; SERRA M; GESSA GL; BIGGIO G
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF ABECARNIL ON BASAL RELEASE OF ACETYLCHOLINE AND DOPAMINE IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      European journal of pharmacology
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