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    1. Chen, HH; Ma, TG; Ho, IK
      Effects of developmental lead exposure on inhibitory avoidance learning and glutamate receptors in rats

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    2. Zhu, H; Rockhold, RW; Baker, RC; Kramer, RE; Ho, IK
      Effects of single or repeated dermal exposure to methyl parathion on behavior and blood cholinesterase activity in rats

      JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE
    3. Kimura, T; Miki, M; Ikeda, M; Yonemoto, S; Watanabe, K; Kondo, S; Ho, IK; Yamamoto, I
      Possible existence of a novel receptor for uridine analogues in the central nervous system using two isomers, N-3-(S)-(+)- and N-3-(R)-(-)-alpha-hydroxy-beta-phenethyluridines

      BIOLOGICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    4. Oh, S; Kim, YH; Hann, HJ; Lee, HL; Choi, HS; Kim, HS; Ho, IK
      Modulation of the levels of NMDA receptor subunit mRNA and the bindings of[H-3]MK-801 in rat brain by chronic infusion of subtoxic dose of MK-801

      NEUROCHEMICAL RESEARCH
    5. Park, Y; Ho, IK; Jang, CG; Tanaka, S; Ma, T; Loh, HH; Ko, KH
      Effects of morphine on pentobarbital-induced responses in mu-opioid receptor knockout mice

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    6. Tokuyama, S; Zhu, H; Oh, S; Ho, IK; Yamamoto, T
      Further evidence for a role of NMDA receptors in the locus coeruleus in the expression of withdrawal syndrome from opioids

      NEUROCHEMISTRY INTERNATIONAL
    7. Jang, CG; Lee, SY; Loh, HH; Ho, IK
      Lack of mu-opioid receptor leads to an increase in the NMDA receptor subunit mRNA expression and NMDA-induced convulsion

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    8. Jang, CG; Lee, SY; Park, Y; Ma, TG; Loh, HH; Ho, IK
      Differential effects of morphine, DPDPE, and U-50488 on apomorphine-induced climbing behavior in mu-opioid receptor knockout mice

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    9. Kimura, T; Ho, IK; Yamamoto, I
      Uridine receptor: Discovery and its involvement in sleep mechanism

      SLEEP
    10. Berry, DTR; Cimino, CR; Chong, NK; LaVelle, SN; Ho, IK; Morse, TL; Thacker, SR
      MMPI-2 fake-bad scales: An attempted cross-validation of proposed cutting scores for outpatients

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT
    11. Kimura, T; Yao, SC; Watanabe, K; Kondo, S; Ho, IK; Yamamoto, I
      Hypnotic action of N-3-substituted arabinofuranosyluracils on mice

      CHEMICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    12. Park, Y; Ho, IK; Fan, LW; Loh, HH; Ko, KH
      Region specific increase of dopamine receptor D1/D2 mRNA expression in thebrain of mu-opioid receptor knockout mice

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    13. Ma, TG; Cai, ZW; Wellman, SE; Ho, IK
      A quantitative histochemistry technique for measuring regional distribution of acetylcholinesterase in the brain using digital scanning densitometry

      ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    14. Rockhold, RW; Liu, NS; Coleman, D; Commiskey, S; Shook, J; Ho, IK
      The nucleus paragigantocellularis and opioid withdrawal-like behavior

      JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE
    15. Oh, S; Kim, JI; Chung, MW; Ho, IK
      Modulation of NMDA receptor subunit mRNA in butorphanol-tolerant and -withdrawing rats

      NEUROCHEMICAL RESEARCH
    16. Tokuyama, S; Ho, IK; Yamamoto, T
      A protein kinase inhibitor, H-7, blocks naloxone-precipitated changes in dopamine and its metabolites in the brains of opioid-dependent rats

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    17. Park, Y; Ma, T; Tanaka, S; Jang, CG; Loh, HH; Ko, KH; Ho, IK
      Comparison of G-protein activation in the brain by mu-, delta-, and kappa-opioid receptor agonists in mu-opioid receptor knockout mice

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    18. Jang, CG; Rockhold, RW; Ho, IK
      An autoradiographic study of [H-3]AMPA receptor binding and in situ hybridization of AMPA sensitive glutamate receptor A (GluR-A) subunits following morphine withdrawal in the rat brain

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    19. Park, Y; Jang, CG; Ho, IK; Ko, KH
      kappa-opioid agonist stimulated regional distribution of [S-35]GTP gamma Sbinding in butorphanol continuously infused rat

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    20. Jang, CG; Ho, IK
      N-Methyl-D-aspartate receptor NR1 subunit mRNA level was decreased in rat brain during pentobarbital withdrawal

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    21. Jang, CG; Park, Y; Tanaka, S; Ma, TE; Loh, HH; Ho, IK
      Involvement of mu-opioid receptors in potentiation of apomorphine-induced climbing behavior by morphine: studies using mu-opioid receptor gene knockout mice

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    22. Kimura, T; Miki, M; Watanabe, K; Kondo, S; Ho, IK; Yamamoto, I
      Metabolism of a novel hypnotic, N-3-phenacyluridine, and hypnotic and sedative activities of its enantiomer metabolites in mouse

      XENOBIOTICA
    23. Watanabe, K; Matsunaga, T; Nakamura, S; Kimura, T; Ho, IK; Yoshimura, H; Yamamoto, I
      Pharmacological effects in mice of anandamide and its related fatty acid ethanolamides, and enhancement of cataleptogenic effect of anandamide by phenylmethylsulfonyl fluoride

      BIOLOGICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    24. Ma, TG; Chen, HH; Ho, IK
      Effects of chronic lead (Pb) exposure on neurobehavioral function and dopaminergic neurotransmitter receptors in rats

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    25. Chen, HH; Ma, TG; Ho, IK
      Protein kinase C in rat brain is altered by developmental lead exposure

      NEUROCHEMICAL RESEARCH
    26. Oh, S; Ho, IK
      Changes of [H-3]muscimol binding and GABA(A) receptor beta 2-subunit mRNA level by tolerance to and withdrawal from pentobarbital in rats

      NEUROCHEMICAL RESEARCH
    27. Jang, CG; Oh, S; Zhu, H; Ho, IK
      Autoradiography of [H-3]glutamate binding during pentobarbital tolerance and withdrawal in the rat

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    28. Liu, NS; Ho, IK; Rockhold, RW
      Contribution of glutamatergic systems in locus coeruleus to nucleus paragigantocellularis stimulation-evoked behavior

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    29. Liu, NS; Rockhold, RW; Ho, IK
      Electrical stimulation of nucleus paragigantocellularis induces opioid withdrawal-like behaviors in the rat

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    30. Zhu, H; Jang, CG; Ma, T; Oh, S; Rockhold, RW; Ho, IK
      Region specific expression of NMDA receptor NR1 subunit mRNA in hypothalamus and pons following chronic morphine treatment

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    31. Yao, CS; Kimura, T; Watanabe, K; Kondo, S; Ho, IK; Yamamoto, I
      Synthesis and central nervous system depressant effects of N-3-substituted2 ',3 '-O-isopropylideneuridines

      CHEMICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    32. Oh, S; Jang, CG; Ma, T; Ho, IK
      Activation of protein kinase C by phorbol dibutyrate modulates GABA(A) receptor binding in rat brain slices

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    33. Jang, CG; Park, Y; Rockhold, RW; Ho, IK
      Autoradiographic study of NMDA-displaceable [H-3]glutamate and [H-3]MK-801binding during butorphanol withdrawal in the rat brain

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    34. Jang, CG; Rockhold, RW; Ho, IK
      Withdrawal from butorphanol dependence alters binding of [H-3]phorbol dibutyrate to protein kinase C, but not of [H-3]forskolin to adenylate cyclase

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    35. HO IK; SHAHROOZ BM
      FINITE-ELEMENT MODELING OF A DETERIORATED RC SLAB BRIDGE - LESSONS LEARNED AND RECOMMENDATIONS

      Structural engineering and mechanics
    36. TOKUYAMA S; ZHU H; WAKABAYASHI H; FENG YZ; HO IK
      THE ROLE OF GLUTAMATE IN THE LOCUS-COERULEUS DURING OPIOID WITHDRAWALAND EFFECTS OF H-7, A PROTEIN-KINASE INHIBITOR, ON THE ACTION OF GLUTAMATE IN RATS

      Journal of biomedical science
    37. YAMAMOTO I; KIMURA T; KAMEI A; YOSHIDA H; WATANABE K; HO IK; YOSHIMURA H
      COMPETITIVE-INHIBITION OF DELTA-8-TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL AND ITS ACTIVEMETABOLITES FOR CANNABINOID RECEPTOR-BINDING

      Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin
    38. WONGHANAPAI W; TSANG BK; HE Z; HO IK
      RELATIVE INVOLVEMENT OF SPINAL OPIOID RECEPTORS IN PHYSICAL-DEPENDENCE ON INTRATHECAL BUTORPHANOL AND MORPHINE

      The FASEB journal
    39. JANG CG; OH S; ZHU H; MA T; HO IK
      THE LEVELS OF NMDA RECEPTOR (NR) SUBUNITS MESSENGER-RNA ARE CHANGED IN THE RAT-BRAIN FOLLOWING PENTOBARBITAL TOLERANCE AND WITHDRAWAL - AN IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION STUDY

      The FASEB journal
    40. TSANG BK; HE Z; WONGCHANAPAI W; HO IK; EICHHORN JH
      VISCERAL ANALGESIC TOLERANCE TO INTRATHECAL BUTORPHANOL IN RATS

      Canadian journal of anaesthesia
    41. OH S; WELLMAN SE; HO IK
      CHANGES IN [H-3]FORSKOLIN BINDING TO ADENYLATE-CYCLASE AND [H-3]PHORBOL DIBUTYRATE BINDING TO PROTEIN-KINASE-C IN PENTOBARBITAL TOLERANT DEPENDENT RATS/

      Neurochemical research
    42. JANG CG; OH SK; HO IK
      CHANGES IN NMDAR2 SUBUNIT MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS DURING PENTOBARBITAL TOLERANCE WITHDRAWAL IN THE RAT-BRAIN - AN IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION STUDY/

      Neurochemical research
    43. LIM DK; HO IK
      RESPONSES TO N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE AND KAINIC ACID IN CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS OF LEAD-EXPOSED RAT PUPS

      Neurotoxicology
    44. WONGCHANAPAI W; TSANG BK; HE Z; HO IK
      RELATIVE INVOLVEMENT OF SPINAL OPIOID RECEPTORS IN PHYSICAL-DEPENDENCE ON INTRATHECAL BUTORPHANOL AND MORPHINE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    45. WONGCHANAPAI W; TSANG BK; HE Z; HO IK
      DIFFERENTIAL INVOLVEMENT OF OPIOID RECEPTORS IN INTRATHECAL BUTORPHANOL-INDUCED ANALGESIA - COMPARED TO MORPHINE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    46. WATANABE K; KIMURA T; KONDO S; TSUJI A; HO IK; YAMAMOTO I
      DISTRIBUTION MEMBRANES OF URIDINE RECEPTOR IN SYNAPTIC FOR SEDATIVE AND HYPNOTIC ACTIVITY

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    47. ROCKHOLD RW; LIU N; SINCHAISUK S; HO IK
      ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION OF NUCLEUS PARAGIGANTOCELLULARIS (PGI) AND EVOCATION OF OPIOID WITHDRAWAL-LIKE BEHAVIOR

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    48. HO IK; FENG YZ; TOKUYAMA S; WAKABAYASHI H; ZHU H; ROCKHOLD RW
      GLUTAMATE AND THE LOCUS-COERULEUS (LC) IN MEDIATION OF OPIOID WITHDRAWAL

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    49. WONGCHANAPAI W; TSANG BK; HE Z; MA TG; HO IK
      SUPERSENSITIVITY OF SPINAL OPIOID RECEPTORS TO ANTAGONISTS IN INTRATHECAL BUTORPHANOL AND MORPHINE-DEPENDENCE

      Life sciences (1973)
    50. ZHU H; ROCKHOLD RW; HO IK
      THE ROLE OF GLUTAMATE IN PHYSICAL-DEPENDENCE ON OPIOIDS

      Japanese Journal of Pharmacology
    51. HO IK; CERULLI MA; RUIZ RS
      HELICOBACTER-PYLORI INFECTION IN BROOKLYN - SEROPREVALENCE AND ASSOCIATION WITH DYSPEPTIC SYMPTOMS AMONG VARIOUS ETHNIC-GROUPS

      Gastroenterology
    52. SUZUKI T; ITO T; WELLMAN SE; HO IK
      AUTORADIOGRAPHIC STUDY OF [H-3]FLUNITRAZEPAM BINDING-SITES IN THE SUBNUCLEI OF THE THALAMUS OF RATS RENDERED TOLERANT TO AND DEPENDENT ON PENTOBARBITAL

      European journal of pharmacology
    53. ZHU H; HO IK
      NMDA-R1 ANTISENSE OLIGONUCLEOTIDE ATTENUATES WITHDRAWAL SIGNS FROM MORPHINE

      European journal of pharmacology
    54. TSANG BK; WONGCHANAPAI W; HE Z; HO IK; EICHHORN JH
      SUBTYPE OPIOID RECEPTOR INVOLVEMENT IN ANALGESIC EFFECTS OF INTRATHECAL MORPHINE

      Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics
    55. DRAMINSKI M; TURSKI K; TATEOKA Y; KIMURA T; WATANABE K; KONDO S; HO IK; YAMAMOTO I
      SYNTHESIS AND SEDATIVE-HYPNOTIC EFFECTS OF N-3-ALLYL-5,6-SUBSTITUTED AND N-1-ALLYL-5,6-SUBSTITUTED 2-THIOURACIL DERIVATIVES IN MICE

      Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin
    56. OH SW; JANG CG; HO IK
      ACTIVATION OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C BY PHORBOL DIBUTYRATE POTENTIATES [H-3]MK-801 BINDING IN RAT-BRAIN SLICES

      Brain research
    57. TSANG BK; WONGCHANAPAI W; HE Z; HO IK; EICHHORN JH
      SUBTYPE OPIOID RECEPTOR INVOLVEMENT IN DEVELOPMENT OF DEPENDENCE ON INTRATHECAL BUTORPHANOL VS. MORPHINE

      Anesthesiology
    58. TSANG BK; WONGCHANAPAI W; HE Z; HO IK; EICHHORN JH
      NMDA RECEPTOR SYSTEM REGULATION UPON DEVELOPMENT OF TOLERANCE TO INTRATHECAL OPIOIDS

      Anesthesiology
    59. TSANG BK; HE Z; WONGCHANAPAI W; HO IK; EICHHORN JH
      DEVELOPMENT OF INTRATHECAL BUTORPHANOL-INDUCED TOLERANCE TO VISCERAL ANALGESIA IN RATS

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    60. TSANG BK; WONGCHANAPAI W; HE Z; HO IK; EICHHORN JH
      VARIOUS SUBTYPE OPIOID RECEPTORS MEDIATE ANALGESIC EFFECTS OF INTRATHECAL BUTORPHANOL IN RATS

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    61. HO IK; FAN AM
      NEUROTOXICOLOGY - FROM THE WHOLE ANIMAL TO MOLECULES

      Journal of biomedical science
    62. MA TG; CHEN HH; CHANG HL; HUME AS; HO IK
      EFFECTS OF CHRONIC LEAD-EXPOSURE ON [H-3] MK-801 BINDING IN THE BRAINOF RAT

      Toxicology letters
    63. CHEN HH; MA TG; PAUL IA; SPENCER JL; HO IK
      DEVELOPMENTAL LEAD-EXPOSURE AND 2-WAY ACTIVE-AVOIDANCE TRAINING ALTERTHE DISTRIBUTION OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C ACTIVITY IN THE RAT HIPPOCAMPUS

      Neurochemical research
    64. OH S; HOSHI K; HO IK
      ROLE OF NMDA RECEPTORS IN PENTOBARBITAL TOLERANCE DEPENDENCE/

      Neurochemical research
    65. FENG YZ; ROCKHOLD RW; HO IK
      NOR-BINALTORPHIMINE PRECIPITATES WITHDRAWAL AND EXCITATORY AMINO-ACIDRELEASE IN THE LOCUS-CERULEUS OF BUTORPHANOL - BUT NOT MORPHINE-DEPENDENT RATS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    66. MA TG; CHEN HH; LIM DK; HUME AS; HO IK
      EFFECTS OF SUBACUTE LEAD-EXPOSURE ON [H-3] MK-801 BINDING IN HIPPOCAMPUS AND CEREBRAL-CORTEX IN THE ADULT-RAT

      Brain research
    67. HOSHI K; MA T; OH S; HO IK
      INCREASED RELEASE OF EXCITATORY AMINO-ACIDS IN RAT LOCUS-COERULEUS INKAPPA-OPIOID AGONIST-DEPENDENT RATS PRECIPITATED BY NOR-BINALTORPHIMINE

      Brain research
    68. TSANG BK; WONGCHANAPAI W; HE Z; HO IK; EICHHORN JH
      ANALGESIC EFFECTS OF INTRATHECAL BUTORPHANOL VS MORPHINE

      Anesthesiology
    69. TSANG BK; HE Z; HO IK; EICHHORN JH
      ASSESSMENT OF DEGREE OF TOLERANCE INDUCED BY INTRATHECAL BUTORPHANOL BY TAIL-FLICK TEST IN RATS

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    70. FENG YZ; NARITA M; MAKIMURA M; HOSKINS B; HO IK
      EFFECTS OF REPEATED ADMINISTRATION OF A K-OPIOID AGONIST ON PHORBOL ESTER BINDING TO MEMBRANE-BOUND PROTEIN-KINASE-C IN RAT-BRAIN (VOL 19, PG 303, 1996)

      Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin
    71. FENG YZ; NARITA M; MAKIMURA M; HOSKINS B; HO IK
      EFFECTS OF REPEATED ADMINISTRATION OF A K-OPIOID AGONIST ON PHORBOL ESTER BINDING TO MEMBRANE-BOUND PROTEIN-KINASE-C IN RAT-BRAIN

      Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin
    72. KIMURA T; KUZE J; TERAOKA S; WATANABE K; TATEOKA Y; KONDO S; HO IK; YAMAMOTO I
      CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM DEPRESSANT EFFECTS OF N-3-SUBSTITUTED DERIVATIVES OF DEOXYURIDINE IN MICE

      Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin
    73. ITO T; WELLMAN SE; HO IK
      PRETREATMENT WITH MAGNESIUM-ION DECREASES [S-35] T-BUTYLBICYCLOPHOSPHOROTHIONATE (TBPS) BINDING IN THE RAT-BRAIN - AN AUTORADIOGRAPHIC STUDY

      The FASEB journal
    74. MAMOON AM; HO IK; HOSKINS B
      INVOLVEMENT OF MU-OPIOID AND DELTA-OPIOID RECEPTORS IN THE SELF-ADMINISTRATION OF BUTORPHANOL AND MORPHINE

      The FASEB journal
    75. OH S; MA T; HO IK
      CHANGES OF [H-3] MK-801 BINDING AND NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE ACTIVITY INRATS RENDERED TOLERANT TO AND DEPENDENT ON PENTOBARBITAL

      The FASEB journal
    76. ITO T; SUZUKI T; WELLMAN SE; HO IK
      CHRONIC PENTOBARBITAL ADMINISTRATION ALTERS GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC ACID(A) RECEPTOR ALPHA(6)-SUBUNIT MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS AND DIAZEPAM-INSENSITIVE [H-3] RO15-4513 BINDING

      Synapse
    77. FENG YZ; ZHANG T; TOKUYAMA S; ZHU H; ROCKHOLD RW; HO IK
      MU-OPIOID AND DELTA-OPIOID RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS PRECIPITATE SIMILAR WITHDRAWAL PHENOMENA IN BUTORPHANOL AND MORPHINE-DEPENDENCE

      Neurochemical research
    78. TOKUYAMA S; WAKABAYASHI H; HOSKINS B; HO IK
      NALOXONE-PRECIPITATED CHANGES IN BIOGENIC-AMINES AND THEIR METABOLITES IN VARIOUS BRAIN-REGIONS OF BUTORPHANOL-DEPENDENT RATS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    79. ITO T; SUZUKI T; WELLMAN SE; HO IK
      PHARMACOLOGY OF BARBITURATE TOLERANCE DEPENDENCE - GABA(A) RECEPTORS AND MOLECULAR ASPECTS/

      Life sciences
    80. HOSHI K; MA TG; HO IK
      PRECIPITATED KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONIST WITHDRAWAL INCREASES GLUTAMATE IN RAT LOCUS-COERULEUS

      European journal of pharmacology
    81. KIMURA T; KUZE J; WATANABE K; KONDO S; HO IK; YAMAMOTO I
      N-3-PHENACYLURIDINE, A NOVEL HYPNOTIC COMPOUND, INTERACTS WITH THE BENZODIAZEPINE RECEPTOR

      European journal of pharmacology
    82. SUZUKI T; YAMAMOTO T; HORI T; BABA A; SHIRAISHI H; ITO T; PILETZ JE; HO IK
      AUTORADIOGRAPHIC STUDY ON THE PHARMACOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF [H-3] 3-OH-PCP BINDING-SITES IN RAT-BRAIN

      European journal of pharmacology
    83. TOKUYAMA S; WAKABAYASHI H; HO IK
      DIRECT EVIDENCE FOR A ROLE OF GLUTAMATE IN THE EXPRESSION OF THE OPIOID WITHDRAWAL SYNDROME

      European journal of pharmacology
    84. SUZUKI T; ITO T; WELLMAN SE; HO IK
      AN AUTORADIOGRAPHIC STUDY OF [H-3] FLUNITRAZEPAM BINDING-SITES IN THEBRAIN OF RAT MADE TOLERANT TO AND DEPENDENT ON PENTOBARBITAL

      European journal of pharmacology
    85. TOKUYAMA S; HO IK
      INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF DILTIAZEM, AN L-TYPE CA2-INCREASED GLUTAMATE LEVELS IN THE LOCUS-COERULEUS OF OPIOID-DEPENDENT RATS( CHANNEL BLOCKER,ON NALOXONE)

      Brain research
    86. TSANG BK; HE Z; HO IK; EICHHORN JH
      DECREASED PARALYSIS FROM MICROSPINAL VS PE10 INTRATHECAL CATHETERS INPAIN STUDY RATS

      Anesthesiology
    87. MAMOON AM; HO IK; HOSKINS B
      ASSESSMENT OF REWARDING PROPERTIES OF MORPHINE AND BUTORPHANOL INJECTED DIRECTLY INTO THE VENTRAL TEGMENTAL AREA USING A SELF-ADMINISTRATION PARADIGM

      The FASEB journal
    88. TOKUYAMA S; FENG YZ; WAKABAYASHI H; HO IK
      A CALCIUM-CHANNEL BLOCKER, DILTIAZEM, PREVENTS THE DEVELOPMENT OF DEPENDENCE AND THE ENHANCEMENT OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C ACTIVITY BY CONTINUOUSOPIOID INFUSION IN RATS

      The FASEB journal
    89. WAKABAYASHI H; TOKUYAMA S; HO IK
      DIRECT EVIDENCE FOR THE ROLE OF GLUTAMATE IN THE EXPRESSION OF WITHDRAWAL SYNDROME TO OPIOIDS

      The FASEB journal
    90. ITO T; NARITA M; FENG M; SUZUKI YZ; HO IK
      CHRONIC MORPHINE OR BUTORPHANOL TREATMENT ALTERS [S-35] T-BUTYLBICYCLOPHOSPHOROTHIONATE (TBPS) BINDING IN RAT-BRAIN

      The FASEB journal
    91. HUME AS; MOZINGO JR; MCINTYRE B; HO IK
      ANTIDOTAL EFFICACY OF ALPHA-KETOGLUTARIC ACID AND SODIUM THIOSULFATE IN CYANIDE POISONING

      Journal of toxicology. Clinical toxicology
    92. FENG YZ; ZHANG T; ROCKHOLD RW; HO IK
      INCREASED LOCUS-COERULEUS GLUTAMATE LEVELS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH NALOXONE-PRECIPITATED WITHDRAWAL FROM BUTORPHANOL IN THE RAT

      Neurochemical research
    93. WAKABAYASHI H; TOKUYAMA S; HO IK
      SIMULTANEOUS MEASUREMENT OF BIOGENIC-AMINES AND THEIR METABOLITES IN RAT BRAIN-REGIONS AFTER ACUTE ADMINISTRATION OF AND ABRUPT WITHDRAWAL FROM BUTORPHANOL OR MORPHINE

      Neurochemical research
    94. MAKIMURA M; NARITA M; FENG YZ; HOSKINS B; HO IK
      INFLUENCE OF CHRONIC OPIOID TREATMENT ON LOW KM GTPASE ACTIVITY IN RAT-BRAIN - EVIDENCE FOR THE INVOLVEMENT OF G-PROTEINS IN OPIOID TOLERANCE

      Brain research bulletin
    95. MAMOON AM; BARNES AM; HO IK; HOSKINS B
      COMPARATIVE REWARDING PROPERTIES OF MORPHINE AND BUTORPHANOL

      Brain research bulletin
    96. SUZUKI T; YAMAMOTO T; HORI T; ABE S; MOROJI T; SHIRAISHI H; ITO T; HO IK
      QUANTITATIVE AUTORADIOGRAPHIC LOCALIZATION OF [H-3] 3-OH-PCP (1-(1(3-HYDROXYPHENYL)CYCLOHEXYL)PIPERIDINE) BINDING-SITES IN RAT-BRAIN

      Brain research bulletin
    97. ITO T; SUZUKI T; LIM DK; WELLMAN SE; HO IK
      A NOVEL QUANTITATIVE RECEPTOR AUTORADIOGRAPHY AND IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION HISTOCHEMISTRY TECHNIQUE USING STORAGE PHOSPHOR SCREEN IMAGING

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    98. SUZUKI T; ITO T; WELLMAN SE; HO IK
      CHANGES IN [H-3] FLUNITRAZEPAM BINDING IN THE BRAIN OF RATS MADE TOLERANT TO AND DEPENDENT UPON PENTOBARBITAL

      Life sciences
    99. TOKUYAMA S; FENG YZ; WAKABAYASHI H; HO IK
      POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF PROTEIN-KINASES IN PHYSICAL-DEPENDENCE ON OPIOIDS - STUDIES USING PROTEIN-KINASE INHIBITORS, H-7 AND H-8

      European journal of pharmacology
    100. TOKUYAMA S; FENG YZ; WAKABAYASHI H; HO IK
      CA2-DEPENDENCE AND THE ENHANCEMENT OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C ACTIVITY BY OPIOID INFUSION IN RATS( CHANNEL BLOCKER, DILTIAZEM, PREVENTS PHYSICAL)

      European journal of pharmacology


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