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    1. Di Marzo, V; Melck, D; Orlando, P; Bisogno, T; Zagoory, O; Bifulco, M; Vogel, Z; De Petrocellis, L
      Palmitoylethanolamide inhibits the expression of fatty acid amide hydrolase and enhances the anti-proliferative effect of anandamide in human breast cancer cells

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    2. Hanus, L; Abu-Lafi, S; Fride, E; Breuer, A; Vogel, Z; Shalev, DE; Kustanovich, I; Mechoulam, R
      2-Arachidonyl glyceryl ether, an endogenous agonist of the cannabinoid CB1receptor

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    3. Scarselli, M; Novi, F; Schallmach, E; Ling, RW; Baragli, A; Colzi, A; Griffon, N; Corsini, GU; Sokoloff, P; Levenson, R; Vogel, Z; Maggio, R
      D-2/D-3 dopamine receptor heterodimers exhibit unique functional properties

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    4. Shapira, M; Vogel, Z; Sarne, Y
      Opioid and cannabinoid receptors share a common pool of GTP-binding proteins in cotransfected cells, but not in cells which endogenously coexpress the receptors

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR NEUROBIOLOGY
    5. Nevo, I; Avidor-Reiss, T; Levy, R; Bayewitch, M; Vogel, Z
      Acute and chronic activation of the mu-opioid receptor with the endogenousligand endomorphin differentially regulates adenylyl cyclase isozymes

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    6. Rhee, MH; Nevo, I; Avidor-Reiss, T; Levy, R; Vogel, Z
      Differential superactivation of adenylyl cyclase isozymes after chronic activation of the CB1 cannabinoid receptor

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    7. Bayewitch, ML; Nevo, I; Avidor-Reiss, T; Levy, R; Simonds, WF; Vogel, Z
      Alterations in detergent solubility of heterotrimeric G proteins after chronic activation of G(i/o)-coupled receptors: Changes in detergent solubility are in correlation with onset of adenylyl cyclase superactivation

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    8. Rhee, MH; Nevo, I; Bayewitch, ML; Zagoory, O; Vogel, Z
      Functional role of tryptophan residues in the fourth transmembrane domain of the CB2 cannabinoid receptor

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    9. Eckhardt, K; Nevo, I; Levy, R; Mikus, G; Eichelbaum, M; Vogel, Z
      Morphine-related metabolites differentially activate adenylyl cyclase isozymes after acute and chronic administration

      FEBS LETTERS
    10. Rhee, MH; Nevo, I; Levy, R; Vogel, Z
      Role of the highly conserved Asp-Arg-Tyr motif in signal transduction of the CB2 cannabinoid receptor

      FEBS LETTERS
    11. Obadiah, J; Avidor-Reiss, T; Fishburn, CS; Carmon, S; Bayewitch, M; Vogel, Z; Fuchs, S; Levavi-Sivan, B
      Adenylyl cyclase interaction with the D2 dopamine receptor family; Differential coupling to Gi, Gz, and Gs

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR NEUROBIOLOGY
    12. SPETEA M; OTVOS F; TOTH G; NGUYEN TMD; SCHILLER PW; VOGEL Z; BORSODI A
      [H-3]TYR-D-ALA-PHE-NH2 BINDING-PROPERTIES TO THE NATIVE AND CLONED MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR

      European journal of neuroscience
    13. BAYEWITCH ML; AVIDORREISS T; LEVY R; PFEUFFER T; NEVO I; SIMONDS WF; VOGEL Z
      INHIBITION OF ADENYLYL-CYCLASE ISOFORM-V AND ISOFORM-VI BY VARIOUS G(BETA-GAMMA) SUBUNITS

      The FASEB journal
    14. ZANGEN A; HERZBERG U; VOGEL Z; YADID G
      NOCICEPTIVE STIMULUS INDUCES RELEASE OF ENDOGENOUS BETA-ENDORPHIN IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      Neuroscience
    15. SPETEA M; OTVOS F; TOTH G; NGUYEN TMD; SCHILLER PW; VOGEL Z; BORSODI A
      INTERACTION OF AGONIST PEPTIDE [H-3]TYR-D-ALA-PHE-PHE-NH2 WITH MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR IN RAT-BRAIN AND CHO-MU 1 CELL-LINE/

      Peptides (New York, N.Y. 1980)
    16. NEVO I; AVIDORREISS T; LEVY R; BAYEWITCH M; HELDMAN E; VOGEL Z
      REGULATION OF ADENYLYL-CYCLASE ISOZYMES ON ACUTE AND CHRONIC ACTIVATION OF INHIBITORY RECEPTORS

      Molecular pharmacology
    17. RHEE MH; BAYEWITCH M; AVIDORREISS T; LEVY R; VOGEL Z
      CANNABINOID RECEPTOR ACTIVATION DIFFERENTIALLY REGULATES THE VARIOUS ADENYLYL-CYCLASE ISOZYMES

      Journal of neurochemistry
    18. BELCHEVA MM; VOGEL Z; IGNATOVA E; AVIDORREISS T; ZIPPEL R; LEVY R; YOUNG EC; BARG J; COSCIA CJ
      OPIOID MODULATION OF EXTRACELLULAR SIGNAL-REGULATED PROTEIN-KINASE ACTIVITY IS RAS-DEPENDENT AND INVOLVES G(BETA-GAMMA) SUBUNITS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    19. BAYEWITCH ML; AVIDORREISS T; LEVY R; PFEUFFER T; NEVO I; SIMONDS WF; VOGEL Z
      DIFFERENTIAL MODULATION OF ADENYLYL-CYCLASE-I AND ADENYLYL-CYCLASE-IIBY VARIOUS G(BETA) SUBUNITS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    20. BENSHABAT S; FRIDE E; SHESKIN T; TAMIRI T; RHEE MH; VOGEL Z; BISOGNO T; DEPETROCELLIS L; DIMARZO V; MECHOULAM R
      AN ENTOURAGE EFFECT - INACTIVE ENDOGENOUS FATTY-ACID GLYCEROL ESTERS ENHANCE 2-ARACHIDONOYL-GLYCEROL CANNABINOID ACTIVITY

      European journal of pharmacology
    21. COSCIA CJ; BELCHEVA MM; VOGEL Z; IGNATOVA E; AVIDORREISS T; ZIPPEL R; LEVY R; YOUNG EC; BARG J
      OPIOID STIMULATION OF ERK ACTIVITY IS RAS DEPENDENT AND INVOLVES G-BETA GAMMA-SUBUNITS

      The FASEB journal
    22. PINTOV S; LAHAT E; ALSTEIN M; VOGEL Z; BARG J
      ACUPUNCTURE AND THE OPIOID SYSTEM - IMPLICATIONS IN MANAGEMENT OF MIGRAINE

      Pediatric neurology
    23. BAYEWITCH ML; AVIDORREISS T; LEVY R; NEVO I; SIMONDS WF; VOGEL Z
      MODULATION OF ADENYLYL-CYCLASE ISOFORM-I, ISOFORM-II, ISOFORM-V AND ISOFORM-VI BY VARIOUS G(BG) SUBUNITS

      Neuroscience letters
    24. OBADIAH J; LEVAVISIVAN B; AVIDORREISS T; BAYEWITCH M; VOGEL Z; FISHBURN CS; FUCHS S
      DIFFERENTIAL COUPLING OF D2-TYPE DOPAMINE-RECEPTORS TO THE PTX-INSENSITIVE GZ GTP-BINDING PROTEIN

      Neuroscience letters
    25. NEVO I; AVIDORREISS T; LEVY R; BAYEWITCH M; VOGEL Z
      DIFFERENTIAL REGULATION OF ADENYLYL-CYCLASE ISOZYMES UPON CHRONIC ACTIVATION OF INHIBITORY G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTORS

      Neuroscience letters
    26. ZANGEN A; HERZBERG U; VOGEL Z; YADID G
      PAIN INDUCES RELEASE OF ENDOGENOUS B-ENDORPHIN IN THE ARCUATE NUCLEUS

      Neuroscience letters
    27. ZIPPEL R; GNESUTTA N; MATUSLEIBOVITCH N; MANCINELLI E; SAYA D; VOGEL Z; STURANI E
      RAS-CRF, THE ACTIVATOR OF RAS, IS EXPRESSED PREFERENTIALLY IN MATURE NEURONS OF THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM (VOL 48, PG 140, 1997)

      Molecular brain research
    28. MATUSLEIBOVITCH N; NEVO I; VOGEL Z
      DIFFERENTIAL DISTRIBUTION OF SYNAPSIN IIA AND IIB MESSENGER-RNAS IN VARIOUS BRAIN STRUCTURES AND THE EFFECT OF CHRONIC MORPHINE ADMINISTRATION ON THE REGIONAL EXPRESSION OF THESE ISOFORMS

      Molecular brain research
    29. MECHOULAM R; FRIDE E; HANUS L; SHESKIN T; BISOGNO T; DIMARZO V; BAYEWITCH M; VOGEL Z
      ANANDAMIDE MAY MEDIATE SLEEP INDUCTION

      Nature
    30. ELA C; BARG J; VOGEL Z; HASIN Y; EILAM Y
      DISTINCT COMPONENTS OF MORPHINE EFFECTS ON CARDIAC MYOCYTES ARE MEDIATED BY THE KAPPA-OPIOID AND DELTA-OPIOID RECEPTORS

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    31. SHESKIN T; HANUS L; SLAGER J; VOGEL Z; MECHOULAM R
      STRUCTURAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BINDING OF ANANDAMIDE-TYPE COMPOUNDS TO THE BRAIN CANNABINOID RECEPTOR

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    32. RHEE MH; VOGEL Z; BARG J; BAYEWITCH M; LEVY R; HANUS L; BREUER A; MECHOULAM R
      CANNABINOL DERIVATIVES - BINDING TO CANNABINOID RECEPTORS AND INHIBITION OF ADENYLYLCYCLASE

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    33. AVIDORREISS T; NEVO I; SAYA D; BAYEWITCH M; VOGEL Z
      OPIATE-INDUCED ADENYLYL-CYCLASE SUPERACTIVATION IS ISOZYME-SPECIFIC

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    34. MECHOULAM R; BENSHABAT S; HANUS L; FRIDE E; VOGEL Z; BAYEWITCH M; SULCOVA AE
      ENDOGENOUS CANNABINOID LIGANDS - CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL STUDIES

      Journal of lipid mediators and cell signalling
    35. ALTSTEIN M; GAZIT Y; BENAZIZ O; GABAY T; MARCUS R; VOGEL Z; BARG J
      INDUCTION OF CUTICULAR MELANIZATION IN SPODOPTERA-LITTORALIS LARVAE BY PBAN MRCH - DEVELOPMENT OF A QUANTITATIVE BIOASSAY AND STRUCTURE-FUNCTION ANALYSIS/

      Archives of insect biochemistry and physiology
    36. HELDMAN E; BARG J; VOGEL Z; POLLARD HB; ZIMLICHMAN R
      CORRELATION BETWEEN SECRETAGOGUE-INDUCED CA2+ INFLUX, INTRACELLULAR CA2+ LEVELS AND SECRETION OF CATECHOLAMINES IN CULTURED ADRENAL CHROMAFFIN CELLS

      Neurochemistry international
    37. MATUSLEIBOVITCH N; VOGEL Z; EZRAMACABEE V; ETKIN S; NEVO I; ATTALI B
      CHRONIC MORPHINE ADMINISTRATION ENHANCES THE EXPRESSION OF KV1.5 AND KV1.6 VOLTAGE-GATED K-CORD( CHANNELS IN RAT SPINAL)

      Molecular brain research
    38. BELCHEVA MM; HO MT; IGNATOVA EG; JEFCOAT LB; BARG J; VOGEL Z; MCHALE RJ; JOHNSON FE; COSCIA CJ
      BUPRENORPHINE DIFFERENTIALLY ALTERS OPIOID RECEPTOR ADAPTATION IN RAT-BRAIN REGIONS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    39. NEVO I; AVIDORREISS T; HELDMAN E; LEVY R; SAYA D; MATUSLEIBOVITCH N; BAYEWITCH M; RHEE MH; VOGEL Z
      CELL MODELS FOR THE STUDY OF OPIATE DRUG-ADDICTION

      Journal of neurochemistry
    40. AVIDORREISS T; NEVO I; LEVY R; PFEUFFER T; VOGEL Z
      CHRONIC OPIOID TREATMENT INDUCES ADENYLYL-CYCLASE-V SUPERACTIVATION -INVOLVEMENT OF G-BETA-GAMMA

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    41. BAYEWITCH M; RHEE RH; AVIDORREISS T; BREUER A; MECHOULAM R; VOGEL Z
      (-)-DELTA(9)-TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL ANTAGONIZES THE PERIPHERAL CANNABINOID RECEPTOR-MEDIATED INHIBITION OF ADENYLYL-CYCLASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    42. HELDMAN E; BARG J; FISHER A; LEVY R; PITTEL Z; ZIMLICHMAN R; KUSHNIR M; VOGEL Z
      PHARMACOLOGICAL BASIS FOR FUNCTIONAL SELECTIVITY OF PARTIAL MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR AGONISTS

      European journal of pharmacology
    43. ZIMLICHMAN R; GEFEL D; ELIAHOU H; MATAS Z; ROSEN B; GASS S; ELA C; EILAM Y; VOGEL Z; BARG J
      EXPRESSION OF OPIOID RECEPTORS DURING HEART ONTOGENY IN NORMOTENSIVE AND HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Circulation
    44. MATUSLEIBOVITCH N; EZRAMACABEE V; SAYA D; ATTALI B; AVIDORREISS T; BARG J; VOGEL Z
      INCREASED EXPRESSION OF SYNAPSIN-I MESSENGER-RNA IN DEFINED AREAS OF THE RAT CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM FOLLOWING CHRONIC MORPHINE TREATMENT

      Molecular brain research
    45. BLECHMAN JM; LEV S; BARG J; EISENSTEIN M; VAKS B; VOGEL Z; GIVOL D; YARDEN Y
      THE 4TH IMMUNOGLOBULIN DOMAIN OF THE STEM-CELL FACTOR-RECEPTOR COUPLES LIGAND-BINDING TO SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION

      Cell
    46. FRIDE E; BARG J; LEVY R; SAYA D; HELDMAN E; MECHOULAM R; VOGEL Z
      LOW-DOSES OF ANANDAMIDES INHIBIT PHARMACOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF DELTA(9)-TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    47. GORODINSKY A; BARG J; BELCHEVA MM; LEVY R; MCHALE RJ; VOGEL Z; COSCIA CJ
      DYNORPHINS MODULATE DNA-SYNTHESIS IN FETAL BRAIN-CELL AGGREGATES

      Journal of neurochemistry
    48. MECHOULAM R; FRIDE E; HANUS L; BENSHABAT S; BARG J; VOGEL Z
      ENDOGENOUS LIGANDS FOR THE CENTRAL AND PERIPHERAL CANNABINOID RECEPTORS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    49. AVIDORREISS T; BAYEWITCH M; LEVY R; MATUSLEIBOVITCH N; NEVO I; VOGEL Z
      ADENYLYLCYCLASE SUPERSENSITIZATION IN MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR-TRANSFECTED CHINESE-HAMSTER OVARY CELLS FOLLOWING CHRONIC OPIOID TREATMENT

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    50. BAYEWITCH M; AVIDORREISS T; LEVY R; BARG J; MECHOULAM R; VOGEL Z
      THE PERIPHERAL CANNABINOID RECEPTOR - ADENYLATE-CYCLASE INHIBITION AND G-PROTEIN COUPLING

      FEBS letters
    51. AVIDORREISS T; ZIPPEL R; LEVY R; SAYA D; EZRA V; BARG J; MATUSLEIBOVITCH N; VOGEL Z
      KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR-TRANSFECTED CELL-LINES - MODULATION OF ADENYLYL-CYCLASE ACTIVITY FOLLOWING ACUTE AND CHRONIC OPIOID TREATMENTS

      FEBS letters
    52. BARG J; FRIDE E; HANUS L; LEVY R; MATUSLEIBOVITCH N; HELDMAN E; BAYEWITCH M; MECHOULAM R; VOGEL Z
      CANNABINOMIMETIC BEHAVIORAL-EFFECTS OF AND ADENYLATE-CYCLASE INHIBITION BY 2 NEW ENDOGENOUS ANANDAMIDES

      European journal of pharmacology
    53. NOVAKOVA M; ELA C; BARG J; VOGEL Z; HASIN Y; EILAM Y
      INOTROPIC ACTION OF SIGMA-RECEPTOR LIGANDS IN ISOLATED CARDIAC MYOCYTES FROM ADULT-RATS

      European journal of pharmacology
    54. MECHOULAM R; BENSHABAT S; HANUS L; LIGUMSKY M; KAMINSKI NE; SCHATZ AR; GOPHER A; ALMOG S; MARTIN BR; COMPTON DR; PERTWEE RG; GRIFFIN G; BAYEWITCH M; BARG J; VOGEL Z
      IDENTIFICATION OF AN ENDOGENOUS 2-MONOGLYCERIDE, PRESENT IN CANINE GUT, THAT BINDS TO CANNABINOID RECEPTORS

      Biochemical pharmacology
    55. MECHOULAM R; VOGEL Z; BARG J
      CNS CANNABINOID RECEPTORS - ROLE AND THERAPEUTIC IMPLICATIONS FOR CNSDISORDERS

      CNS DRUGS
    56. BARG J; BELCHEVA MM; LEVY R; MCHALE RJ; MCLACHLAN JA; JOHNSON FE; COSCIA CJ; VOGEL Z
      A MONOCLONAL ANTIIDIOTYPIC ANTIBODY TO OPIOID RECEPTORS LABELS DESIPRAMINE-INDUCED OPIOID BINDING-SITES ON RAT C6 GLIOMA-CELLS AND ATTENUATES THYMIDINE INCORPORATION INTO DNA

      Glia
    57. VOGEL Z; NAH SY; SAYA D; LEVY R; ATTALI B; BARG J
      SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION OP OPIATE RECEPTORS IN SPINAL-CORD CELLS

      Journal of toxicology. Toxin reviews
    58. COSCIA CJ; BARG J; GORODINSKY A; BELCHEVA MM; BAJENARU L; LEVY R; MCHALE RJ; JOHNSON FE; VOGEL Z
      EVIDENCE FOR THE ASSOCIATION OF PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITIDE SIGNALING IN OPIOID INHIBITION OF THYMIDINE INCORPORATION INTO DNA

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    59. BARG J; BELCHEVA MM; ZIMLICHMAN R; LEVY R; SAYA D; MCHALE RJ; JOHNSON FE; COSCIA CJ; VOGEL Z
      OPIOIDS INHIBIT ENDOTHELIN-MEDIATED DNA-SYNTHESIS, PHOSPHOINOSITIDE TURNOVER, AND CA2-CELLS( MOBILIZATION IN RAT C6 GLIOMA)

      The Journal of neuroscience
    60. BARG J; BELCHEVA M; ZIMLICHMAN R; LEVY R; SAYA D; MCHALE RJ; JOHNSON FE; COSCIA CJ; VOGEL Z
      OPIOIDS INHIBIT INTRACELLULAR CA2-CELLS( MOBILIZATION IN RAT C6 GLIOMA)

      Regulatory peptides
    61. GORODINSKY A; BARG J; BELCHEVA MM; LEVY R; MCHALE RJ; JOHNSON FE; VOGEL Z; COSCIA CJ
      DYNORPHIN-B INHIBITS THYMIDINE INCORPORATION INTO DNA IN FETAL-RAT AND GUINEA-PIG BRAIN-CELL AGGREGATES

      Regulatory peptides
    62. VOGEL Z; BAYEWITCH M; LEVY R; MATUSLEIBOVITCH N; HANUS L; BENSHABAT S; MECHOULAM R; AVIDORREISS T; BARG J
      BINDING AND FUNCTIONAL-STUDIES WITH THE PERIPHERAL AND NEURONAL CANNABINOID RECEPTORS

      Regulatory peptides
    63. YANAI J; ABUROUMI M; BARG J; VOGEL Z; STEINGART R
      BEHAVIORAL DEFICITS AND RELATED SEPTOHIPPOCAMPAL CHOLINERGIC ALTERATIONS AFTER PRENATAL EXPOSURE TO HEROIN

      Regulatory peptides
    64. ELA C; BARG J; VOGEL Z; HASIN Y; EILAM Y
      SIGMA-RECEPTOR LIGANDS MODULATE CONTRACTILITY, CA++ INFLUX AND BEATING RATE IN CULTURED CARDIAC MYOCYTES

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    65. MECHOULAM R; BENSHABAT S; HANUS L; GOPHER A; ALMOG S; MARTIN BR; COMPTON DR; BARG J; VOGEL Z
      ENDOGENOUS LIGANDS FOR THE CENTRAL RND PERIPHERAL CANNABINOID RECEPTORS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    66. VOGEL Z; ATTALI B; LEVY R; SAYA D; MATUSLEIBOVITCH N; EZRA V; NAH SY; BARG J
      THE SYNAPTIC VESICLE PROTEIN, SYNAPSIN - ITS ROLE IN OPIATE DRUG-ADDICTION

      Journal of neurochemistry
    67. BAYEWITCH M; LEVY R; BARG J; MATUSLEIBOVITCH N; SAYA D; HANUS L; BENSHABAT S; MECHOULAM R; VOGEL Z
      A NOVEL LIGAND FOR CANNABINOID RECEPTORS, ARACHIDONYL GLYCEROL, BINDSTO BOTH THE NEURONAL AND PERIPHERAL RECEPTOR FORMS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    68. ALTSTEIN M; BENAZIZ O; GABAY T; VOGEL Z; BARG J
      STRUCTURE-FUNCTION RELATIONSHIP IN THE MELANOTROPIC AND PHEROMONOTROPIC INSECT NEUROPEPTIDE PBAN MRCH/

      Journal of neurochemistry
    69. VOGEL Z; BARG J; ELIAHOU H; GASS S; ELA C; EILAM Y; ZIMLICHMAN R
      KAPPA-OPIOID AGONIST INHIBITS ENDOTHELIN-MEDIATED CA2+ MOBILIZATION IN RAT CARDIOMYOCYTES

      Journal of neurochemistry
    70. NAH SY; SAYA D; VOGEL Z
      CANNABINOIDS INHIBIT AGONIST-STIMULATED FORMATION OF INOSITOL PHOSPHATES IN RAT HIPPOCAMPAL CULTURES

      European journal of pharmacology. Molecular pharmacology section
    71. NAH SY; SAYA D; BARG J; VOGEL Z
      OPIATE RECEPTOR AGONISTS REGULATE PHOSPHORYLATION OF SYNAPSIN-I IN COCULTURES OF RAT SPINAL-CORD AND DORSAL-ROOT GANGLION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    72. VOGEL Z; BARG J; LEVY R; SAYA D; HELDMAN E; MECHOULAM R
      ANANDAMIDE, A BRAIN ENDOGENOUS COMPOUND, INTERACTS SPECIFICALLY WITH CANNABINOID RECEPTORS AND INHIBITS ADENYLATE-CYCLASE

      Journal of neurochemistry
    73. BARG J; NAH SY; LEVY R; SAYA D; VOGEL Z
      MODULATION OF THYMIDINE INCORPORATION BY KAPPA-OPIOID LIGANDS IN RAT SPINAL CORD-DORSAL ROOT GANGLION COCULTURES

      Brain research


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