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    1. Austin, NE; Avenell, KY; Boyfield, I; Branch, CL; Hadley, MS; Jeffrey, P; Johnson, CN; Macdonald, GJ; Nash, DJ; Riley, GJ; Smith, AB; Stemp, G; Thewlis, KM; Vong, AKK; Wood, MD
      Design and synthesis of novel 2,3-dihydro-1H-isoindoles with high affinityand selectivity for the dopamine D-3 receptor

      BIOORGANIC & MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY LETTERS
    2. Palfai, T; Wood, MD
      Positive alcohol expectancies and drinking behavior: The influence of expectancy strength and memory accessibility

      PSYCHOLOGY OF ADDICTIVE BEHAVIORS
    3. Calver, AR; Robbins, MJ; Cosio, C; Rice, SQJ; Babbs, AJ; Hirst, WD; Boyfield, I; Wood, MD; Russell, RB; Price, GW; Couve, A; Moss, SJ; Pangalos, MN
      The C-terminal domains of the GABA(B) receptor subunits mediate intracellular trafficking but are not required for receptor signaling

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Robbins, MJ; Calver, AR; Filippov, AK; Hirst, WD; Russell, RB; Wood, MD; Nasir, S; Couve, A; Brown, DA; Moss, SJ; Pangalos, MN
      GABA(B2) is essential for G-protein coupling of the GABA(B) receptor heterodimer

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Miller, BA; Nixon, T; Tai, C; Wood, MD
      Home networking with Universal Plug and Play

      IEEE COMMUNICATIONS MAGAZINE
    6. Wood, MD; Read, JP; Palfai, TP; Stevenson, JF
      Social influence processes and college student drinking: The mediational role of alcohol outcome expectancies

      JOURNAL OF STUDIES ON ALCOHOL
    7. Wood, MD; Reavill, C; Trail, B; Wilson, A; Stean, T; Kennett, GA; Lightowler, S; Blackburn, TP; Thomas, D; Gager, TL; Riley, G; Holland, V; Bromidge, SM; Forbes, IT; Middlemiss, DN
      SB-243213; a selective 5-HT2C receptor inverse agonist with improved anxiolytic profile: lack of tolerance and withdrawal anxiety

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    8. Wood, MD
      Religious studies as critical organic intellectual practice (Contributionstoward the struggle for social justice, ecological integrity, and human rights)

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF RELIGION
    9. Wood, MD; Vinson, DC; Sher, KJ
      Alcohol use and misuse

      HANDBOOK OF HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
    10. Ward, WK; Wood, MD; Troupe, JE
      Understanding spontaneous output fluctuations of an amperometric glucose sensor: Effect of inhalation anesthesia and use of a nonenzyme containing electrode

      ASAIO JOURNAL
    11. Bromidge, SM; Dabbs, S; Davies, S; Duckworth, DM; Forbes, IT; Jones, GE; Jones, J; King, FD; Saunders, DV; Blackburn, TP; Holland, V; Kennett, GA; Lightowler, S; Middlemiss, DN; Riley, GJ; Trail, B; Wood, MD
      1-[2-[(heteroaryloxy)heteroaryl]carbamoyl]indolines: Novel and selective 5-HT2C receptor inverse agonists with potential as antidepressant/anxiolyticagents

      BIOORGANIC & MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY LETTERS
    12. Bromidge, SM; Davies, S; Duckworth, DM; Forbes, IT; Jones, GE; Jones, J; King, FD; Blackburn, TP; Holland, V; Kennett, GA; Lightowler, S; Middlemiss, DN; Riley, GJ; Trail, B; Wood, MD
      1-[2-[(heteroarylmethoxy)aryl]carbamoyl]indolines are selective and orallyactive 5-HT2C receptor inverse agonists

      BIOORGANIC & MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY LETTERS
    13. Ward, WK; Wood, MD; Troupe, JE
      Rise in background current over time in a subcutaneous glucose sensor in the rabbit: relevance to calibration and accuracy

      BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS
    14. Wood, MD; Sher, KJ
      Risks of alcohol consumption in laboratory studies involving human research participants

      PSYCHOLOGY OF ADDICTIVE BEHAVIORS
    15. Smart, D; Wood, MD
      Cytosensor techniques for examining signal transduction of neurohormones

      BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY-BIOCHIMIE ET BIOLOGIE CELLULAIRE
    16. Wood, MD; Sher, KJ; McGowan, AK
      Collegiate alcohol involvement and role attaintment in early adulthood: Findings from a prospective high-risk study

      JOURNAL OF STUDIES ON ALCOHOL
    17. Reavill, C; Taylor, SG; Wood, MD; Ashmeade, T; Austin, NE; Avenell, KY; Boyfield, I; Branch, CL; Cilia, J; Coldwell, MC; Hadley, MS; Hunter, AJ; Jeffrey, P; Jewitt, F; Johnson, CN; Jones, DNC; Medhurst, AD; Middlemiss, DN; Nash, DJ; Riley, GJ; Routledge, C; Stemp, G; Thewlis, KM; Trail, B; Vong, AKK; Hagan, JJ
      Pharmacological actions of a novel, high-affinity, and selective human dopamine D-3 receptor antagonist, SB-277011-A

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    18. Bromidge, SM; Dabbs, S; Davies, DT; Davies, S; Duckworth, DM; Forbes, IT; Gaster, LM; Ham, P; Jones, GE; King, FD; Mulholland, KR; Saunders, DV; Wyman, PA; Blaney, FE; Clarke, SE; Blackburn, TP; Holland, V; Kennett, GA; Lightowler, S; Middlemiss, DN; Trail, B; Riley, GJ; Wood, MD
      Biarylcarbamoylindolines are novel and selective 5-HT2C receptor inverse agonists: Identification of 5-methyl-1-[[2-[(2-methyl-3-pyridyl)oxy]-5-pyridyl]carbamoyl]-6-trifluoromethylindoline (SB-243213) as a potential antidepressant/anxiolytic agent

      JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    19. Sher, KJ; Bartholow, BD; Wood, MD
      Personality and substance use disorders: A prospective study

      JOURNAL OF CONSULTING AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    20. Wood, MD; Boyfield, I; Nash, DJ; Jewitt, FR; Avenell, KY; Riley, GJ
      Evidence for antagonist activity of the dopamine D3 receptor partial agonist, BP 897, at human dopamine D3 receptor

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    21. Wood, MD; Murkitt, KL; Rice, SQ; Testa, T; Punia, PK; Stammers, M; Jenkins, O; Elshourbagy, NA; Shabon, U; Taylor, SJ; Gager, TL; Minton, J; Hirst, WD; Price, GW; Pangalos, M
      The human GABA(B1b) and GABA(B2) heterodimeric recombinant receptor shows low sensitivity to phaclofen and saclofen

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    22. Wood, MD; Jerman, J; Smart, D
      The FLIPR: A major advance in the study of neurotransmitter receptors

      RECENT RESEARCH DEVELOPMENTS IN NEUROCHEMISTRY, VOL 3, 2000, PT 1
    23. Bromidge, SM; Dabbs, S; Davies, DT; Davies, S; Duckworth, DM; Forbes, IT; Gadre, A; Ham, P; Jones, GE; King, FD; Saunders, DV; Thewlis, KM; Vyas, D; Blackburn, TP; Holland, V; Kennett, GA; Riley, GJ; Wood, MD
      Model studies on a synthetically facile series of N-substituted phenyl-N '-pyridin-3-yl ureas leading to 1-(3-pyridylcarbamoyl) indolines that are potent and selective 5-HT2C/2B receptor antagonists

      BIOORGANIC & MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    24. Dorr, N; Krueckeberg, S; Strathman, A; Wood, MD
      Psychosocial correlates of voluntary HIV antibody testing in college students

      AIDS EDUCATION AND PREVENTION
    25. Wood, MD; Murkitt, KL; Ho, M; Watson, JM; Brown, F; Hunter, AJ; Middlemiss, DN
      Functional comparison of muscarinic partial agonists at muscarinic receptor subtypes hM(1), hM(2), hM(3), hM(4) and hM(5) using microphysiometry

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    26. Manski, TJ; Wood, MD; Dunsker, SB
      Bilateral vocal cord paralysis following anterior cervical discectomy and fusion - Case report

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY
    27. BROWN MJ; WOOD MD; COLDWELL MC; BRISTOW DR
      GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC ACID(A) RECEPTOR FUNCTION IS DESENSITIZED IN RAT CULTURED CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS FOLLOWING CHRONIC FLUNITRAZEPAM TREATMENT

      Journal of neurochemistry
    28. BROMIDGE SM; DABBS S; DAVIES DT; DUCKWORTH DM; FORBES IT; HAM P; JONES GE; KING FD; SAUNDERS DV; STARR S; THEWLIS KM; WYMAN PA; BLANEY FE; NAYLOR CB; BAILEY F; BLACKBURN TP; HOLLAND V; KENNETT GA; RILEY GJ; WOOD MD
      NOVEL AND SELECTIVE 5-HT2C 2B RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS AS POTENTIAL ANXIOLYTIC AGENTS - SYNTHESIS, QUANTITATIVE STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY-RELATIONSHIPS, AND MOLECULAR MODELING OF SUBSTITUTED 1-(3-PYRIDYLCARBAMOYL)INDOLINES/

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    29. WEBB JC; BUSH MR; WOOD MD; PARK GS
      HEMATOSALPINX WITH PELVIC PAIN AFTER ENDOMETRIAL ABLATION CONFIRMS THE POSTABLATION-TUBAL STERILIZATION SYNDROME

      The Journal of the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists
    30. BUCHANAN CM; PEARCY BG; WHITE AW; WOOD MD
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BLEND MISCIBILITY AND BIODEGRADATION OF CELLULOSE-ACETATE AND POLY(ETHYLENE SUCCINATE) BLENDS

      Journal of environmental polymer degradation
    31. KENNETT GA; WOOD MD; BRIGHT F; TRAIL B; RILEY G; HOLLAND V; AVENELL KY; STEAN T; UPTON N; BROMIDGE S; FORBES IT; BROWN AM; MIDDLEMISS DN; BLACKBURN TP
      SB-242084, A SELECTIVE AND BRAIN PENETRANT 5-HT2C RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST

      Neuropharmacology
    32. WOOD MD; HICKS FR
      COMPLEX INTERACTION BETWEEN SURAMIN, MASTOPARAN AND COMPOUND-48 80 ONGO/

      Journal of neurochemistry
    33. BROMIDGE SM; DUCKWORTH M; FORBES IT; HAM P; KING FD; THEWLIS KM; BLANEY FE; NAYLOR CB; BLACKBURN TP; KENNETT GA; WOOD MD; CLARKE SE
      ETHYL-3-PYRIDYL)OXY]-5-PYRIDYL]CARBAMOYL]-INDOLINE (SB-242084) - THE FIRST SELECTIVE AND BRAIN PENETRANT 5-HT2C RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    34. BROWN MJ; WOOD MD; COLDWELL MC; BRISTOW DR
      MEASUREMENT OF GABA(A) RECEPTOR FUNCTION IN RAT CULTURED CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS BY THE CYTOSENSOR MICROPHYSIOMETER

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    35. BUCHANAN CM; DORSCHEL D; GARDNER RM; KOMAREK RJ; MATOSKY AJ; WHITE AW; WOOD MD
      THE INFLUENCE OF DEGREE OF SUBSTITUTION ON BLEND MISCIBILITY AND BIODEGRADATION OF CELLULOSE-ACETATE BLENDS

      Journal of environmental polymer degradation
    36. THOMAS DR; GAGER TL; HOLLAND V; BROWN AM; WOOD MD
      M-CHLOROPHENYLPIPERAZINE (MCPP) IS AN ANTAGONIST AT THE CLONED HUMAN 5-HT2B RECEPTOR

      NeuroReport
    37. WOOD MD; SHER KJ; STRATHMAN A
      ALCOHOL OUTCOME EXPECTANCIES AND ALCOHOL-USE AND PROBLEMS

      Journal of studies on alcohol
    38. WOOD MD; GAGER TL; THOMAS DR; HOLLAND VL; DEBIASI V; BROWN AM
      DIFFERENCES IN ANTAGONIST POTENCY ESTIMATES FROM FUNCTIONAL AND BINDING-STUDIES AT THE CLONED HUMAN 5-HT2C RECEPTOR

      Journal of neurochemistry
    39. 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
    40. BROWN AM; PARSONS AA; RAVAL P; PORTER R; TILFORD NS; GAGER TL; PRICE GW; WOOD MD; KAUMANN AJ; YOUNG RA; RANA K; WARRINGTON BH; KING FD
      SB-209509 (VML-251), A POTENT CONSTRICTOR OF RABBIT BASILAR ARTERY WITH HIGH-AFFINITY AND SELECTIVITY FOR HUMAN 5-HT1D RECEPTORS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    41. 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
    42. 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
    43. SHER KJ; WOOD MD; CREWS TM; VANDIVER PA
      THE TRIDIMENSIONAL PERSONALITY QUESTIONNAIRE - RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY STUDIES AND DERIVATION OF A SHORT-FORM

      Psychological assessment
    44. WOOD MD; OLIVER RL
      FLUORESCENCE TRANSIENTS IN RESPONSE TO NUTRIENT ENRICHMENT OF NITROGEN-LIMITED AND PHOSPHORUS-LIMITED MICROCYSTIS-AERUGINOSA CULTURES AND NATURAL PHYTOPLANKTON POPULATIONS - A MEASURE OF NUTRIENT LIMITATION

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    45. 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
    46. WOOD MD; GAGER TL; THOMAS DR; NEWTON RA; PHIPPS SL; ELLIOTT JM
      THE 5-HT2C 2B RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST SB-200646A IS A POTENT AND SELECTIVE ANTAGONIST OF THE HUMAN 5-HT2C RECEPTOR/

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    47. NAGOSHI CT; WOOD MD; COTE CC; ABBIT SM
      COLLEGE DRINKING GAME PARTICIPATION WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF OTHER PREDICTORS OF ALCOHOL-USE AND PROBLEMS

      Psychology of addictive behaviors
    48. KUSHNER MG; SHER KJ; WOOD MD; WOOD PK
      ANXIETY AND DRINKING BEHAVIOR - MODERATING EFFECTS OF TENSION-REDUCTION ALCOHOL OUTCOME EXPECTANCIES

      Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research
    49. NAGOSHI CT; NAKATA T; SASANO K; WOOD MD
      ALCOHOL NORMS, EXPECTANCIES, AND REASONS FOR DRINKING AND ALCOHOL-USEIN A US VERSUS A JAPANESE COLLEGE SAMPLE

      Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research
    50. KENNETT GA; LIGHTOWLER S; DEBIASI V; STEVENS NC; WOOD MD; TULLOCH IF; BLACKBURN TP
      EFFECT OF CHRONIC ADMINISTRATION OF SELECTIVE 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE ANDNORADRENALINE UPTAKE INHIBITORS ON A PUTATIVE INDEX OF 5-HT2C 2B RECEPTOR FUNCTION/

      Neuropharmacology
    51. WOOD MD
      G-PROTEINS - A POTENTIAL THERAPEUTIC TARGET

      Journal of neurochemistry
    52. WHITE AW; BUCHANAN CM; PEARCY BG; WOOD MD
      MECHANICAL-PROPERTIES OF CELLULOSE-ACETATE PROPIONATE ALIPHATIC POLYESTER BLENDS

      Journal of applied polymer science
    53. SUDERA S; GAGER T; WOOD MD
      APPARENT UP-REGULATION OF THE HUMAN CLONED 5-HT2A RECEPTOR IN HEK-293CELLS BY MIANSERIN

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    54. LIGHTOWLER S; KENNETT GA; WOOD MD; BROWN AM; GLEN A; BLACKBURN TP; TULLOCH IF
      HYPOPHAGIC EFFECT OF FLUOXETINE IN RATS IS NOT MEDIATED BY INHIBITIONOF 5-HT REUPTAKE OR AN AGONIST ACTION AT 5-HT2C RECEPTORS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    55. KENNETT GA; WOOD MD; GLEN A; GREWAL S; FORBES I; GADRE A; BLACKBURN TP
      IN-VIVO PROPERTIES OF SB 200646A, A 5-HT2C 2B RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST/

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    56. WOOD MD; GLEN A; MURPHY O; STEWART BR; BLACKBURN TP
      SB-200646A - A SELECTIVE 5-HT(2C) RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    57. BUCHANAN CM; GEDON SC; PEARCY BG; WHITE AW; WOOD MD
      CELLULOSE ESTER ALIPHATIC POLYESTER BLENDS - THE INFLUENCE OF DIOL LENGTH ON BLEND MISCIBILITY

      Macromolecules
    58. BUCHANAN CM; GEDON SC; WHITE AW; WOOD MD
      CELLULOSE-ACETATE PROPIONATE AND POLY(TETRAMETHYLENE GLUTARATE) BLENDS

      Macromolecules
    59. WOOD MD; THOMAS DR; WATKINS CJ; NEWBERRY NR
      STEREOSELECTIVE INTERACTION OF MIANSERIN WITH 5-HT3 RECEPTORS

      Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology
    60. WOOD MD; GLEN A; CAREY J; ROBINSON J; BLACKBURN TP
      CHARACTERIZATION OF [H-3] MESULERGINE BINDING TO THE CLONED HUMAN 5-HT1C RECEPTOR

      Journal of neurochemistry
    61. 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
    62. WOOD MD; GLEN A; BLACKBURN TP; LEE JA; SUTIPHONG JA; KUMAR C; CAREY J; ROBINSON J
      (-)-FLUOXETINE HAS HIGH-AFFINITY FOR THE CLONED RAT AND HUMAN 5-HT(1C) RECEPTOR AND THE HUMAN 5-HT(2) RECEPTOR

      British Journal of Pharmacology


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