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    1. Uhl, GR; Volkow, N
      Perspectives on reward circuitry, neurobiology, genetics and pathology: Dopamine and addiction

      MOLECULAR PSYCHIATRY
    2. Sora, I; Elmer, G; Funada, M; Pieper, J; Li, XF; Hall, FS; Uhl, GR
      mu opiate receptor gene dose effects on different morphine actions: Evidence for differential in vivo mu receptor reserve

      NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    3. Persico, AM; Mengual, E; Moessner, R; Hall, SF; Revay, RS; Sora, I; Arellano, J; DeFelipe, J; Gimenez-Amaya, JM; Conciatori, M; Marino, R; Baldi, A; Cabib, S; Pascucci, T; Uhl, GR; Murphy, DL; Lesch, KP; Keller, F
      Barrel pattern formation requires serotonin uptake by thalamocortical afferents, and not vesicular monoamine release

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Sora, I; Hall, FS; Andrews, AM; Itokawa, M; Li, XF; Wei, HB; Wichems, C; Lesch, KP; Murphy, DL; Uhl, GR
      Molecular mechanisms of cocaine reward: Combined dopamine and serotonin transporter knockouts eliminate cocaine place preference

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    5. Uhl, GR; Liu, QR; Walther, D; Hess, J; Naiman, D
      Polysubstance abuse-vulnerability genes: Genome scans for association, using 1,004 subjects and 1,494 single-nucleotide polymorphisms

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN GENETICS
    6. Hall, FS; Sora, I; Uhl, GR
      Ethanol consumption and reward are decreased in mu-opiate receptor knockout mice

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    7. Vandenbergh, DJ; Thompson, MD; Cook, EH; Bendahhou, E; Nguyen, T; Krasowski, MD; Zarrabian, D; Comings, D; Sellers, EM; Tyndale, RF; George, SR; O'Dowd, BF; Uhl, GR
      Human dopamine transporter gene: coding region conservation among normal, Tourette's disorder, alcohol dependence and attention-deficit hyperactivitydisorder populations

      MOLECULAR PSYCHIATRY
    8. Lin, ZC; Itokawa, M; Uhl, GR
      Dopamine transporter proline mutations influence dopamine uptake, cocaine analog recognition, and expression

      FASEB JOURNAL
    9. Uhl, GR; Li, S; Takahashi, N; Itokawa, K; Lin, ZC; Hazama, M; Sora, I
      The VMAT2 gene in mice and humans: amphetamine responses, locomotion, cardiac arrhythmias, aging, and vulnerability to dopaminergic toxins

      FASEB JOURNAL
    10. Vandenbergh, DJ; Rodriguez, LA; Hivert, E; Schiller, JH; Villareal, G; Pugh, EW; Lachman, H; Uhl, GR
      Long forms of the dopamine receptor (DRD4) gene VNTR are more prevalent insubstance abusers: No interaction with functional alleles of the catechol-o-methyltransferase (COMT) gene

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL GENETICS
    11. Lin, ZC; Wang, WF; Uhl, GR
      Dopamine transporter tryptophan mutants highlight candidate dopamine- and cocaine-selective domains

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    12. Itokawa, M; Lin, ZC; Cai, NS; Wu, C; Kitayama, S; Wang, JB; Uhl, GR
      Dopamine transporter transmembrane domain polar mutants: Delta G and DeltaDelta G values implicate regions important for transporter functions

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    13. Hosohata, Y; Vanderah, TW; Burkey, TH; Ossipov, MH; Kovelowski, CJ; Sora, I; Uhl, GR; Zhang, XY; Rice, KC; Roeske, WR; Hruby, VJ; Yamamura, HI; Lai, J; Porreca, F
      delta-opioid receptor agonists produce antinociception and [S-35]GTP gammaS binding in mu receptor knockout mice

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    14. LaBuda, CJ; Sora, I; Uhl, GR; Fuchs, PN
      Stress-induced analgesia in mu-apioid receptor knockout mice reveals normal function of the delta-opioid receptor system

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    15. Deng, HB; Yu, YK; Pak, Y; O'Dowd, BF; George, SR; Surratt, CK; Uhl, GR; Wang, JB
      Role for the C-terminus in agonist-induced mu opioid receptor phosphorylation and desensitization

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    16. UHL GR
      MOLECULAR-GENETICS OF SUBSTANCE-ABUSE VULNERABILITY - A CURRENT APPROACH

      Neuropsychopharmacology
    17. Mizoguchi, H; Narita, M; Oji, DE; Suganuma, C; Nagase, H; Sora, I; Uhl, GR; Cheng, EY; Tseng, LF
      The mu-opioid receptor gene-dose dependent reductions in G-protein activation in the pons/medulla and antinociception induced by endomorphins in mu-opioid receptor knockout mice

      NEUROSCIENCE
    18. Donovan, DM; Miner, LL; Perry, MP; Revay, RS; Sharpe, LG; Przedborski, S; Kostic, V; Philpot, RM; Kirstein, CL; Rothman, RB; Schindler, CW; Uhl, GR
      Cocaine reward and MPTP toxicity: alteration by regional variant dopamine transporter overexpression

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    19. Itokawa, K; Sora, I; Schindler, CW; Itokawa, M; Takahashi, N; Uhl, GR
      Heterozygous VMAT2 knockout mice display prolonged QT intervals: possible contributions to sudden death

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    20. Uhl, GR; Sora, I; Wang, ZJ
      The mu opiate receptor as a candidate gene for pain: Polymorphisms, variations in expression, nociception, and opiate responses

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    21. Lin, ZC; Wang, WF; Kopajtic, T; Revay, RS; Uhl, GR
      Dopamine transporter: Transmembrane phenylalanine mutations can selectively influence dopamine uptake and cocaine analog recognition

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    22. Garzon, M; Vaughan, RA; Uhl, GR; Kuhar, MJ; Pickel, VM
      Cholinergic axon terminals in the ventral tegmental area target a subpopulation of neurons expressing low levels of the dopamine transporter

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    23. Sora, I; Li, XF; Funada, M; Kinsey, S; Uhl, GR
      Visceral chemical nociception in mice lacking mu-opioid receptors: effectsof morphine, SNC80 and U-50,488

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    24. Narita, M; Mizoguchi, H; Narita, M; Sora, I; Uhl, GR; Tseng, LF
      Absence of G-protein activation by mu-opioid receptor agonists in the spinal cord of mu-opioid receptor knockout mice

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    25. ROTHMAN RB; SILVERTHORN ML; GLOWA JR; MATECKA D; RICE KC; CARROLL FI; PARTILLA JS; UHL GR; VANDENBERGH DJ; DERSCH CM
      STUDIES OF THE BIOGENIC-AMINE TRANSPORTERS - VII - CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL COCAINE BINDING-SITE IDENTIFIED WITH [I-125] RTI-55 IN MEMBRANES PREPARED FROM HUMAN, MONKEY AND GUINEA-PIG CAUDATE

      Synapse
    26. UHL GR
      HYPOTHESIS - THE ROLE OF DOPAMINERGIC TRANSPORTERS IN SELECTIVE VULNERABILITY OF CELLS IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      Annals of neurology
    27. PERSICO AM; SCHINDLER CW; DAVIS SC; AMBROSIO E; UHL GR
      MEDIAL PREFRONTAL CORTICAL INJECTIONS OF C-FOS ANTISENSE OLIGONUCLEOTIDES TRANSIENTLY LOWER C-FOS PROTEIN AND MIMIC AMPHETAMINE WITHDRAWAL BEHAVIORS

      Neuroscience
    28. KUSAMA T; HATAMA K; SAKURAI M; KIZAWA Y; UHL GR; MURAKAMI H
      CONSENSUS PHOSPHORYLATION SITES OF HUMAN GABA(C) GABA(RHO) RECEPTORS ARE NOT CRITICAL FOR INHIBITION BY PROTEIN-KINASE-C ACTIVATION/

      Neuroscience letters
    29. MITSUHATA C; KITAYAMA S; MORITA K; VANDENBERGH D; UHL GR; DOHI T
      TYROSINE-533 OF RAT DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER - INVOLVEMENT IN INTERACTIONS WITH 1-METHYL-4-PHENYLPYRIDINIUM AND COCAINE

      Molecular brain research
    30. WANG XB; UHL GR
      SUBTRACTED DIFFERENTIAL DISPLAY - GENES WITH AMPHETAMINE-ALTERED EXPRESSION PATTERNS INCLUDE CALCINEURIN

      Molecular brain research
    31. KITAYAMA S; MITSUHATA C; DAVIS S; WANG JB; SATO T; MORITA K; UHL GR; DOHI T
      MPP-MEMBRANE DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER - STUDY USING CELL-LINES EXPRESSINGTHE WILD-TYPE AND MUTANT RAT DOPAMINE TRANSPORTERS( TOXICITY AND PLASMA)

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular cell research
    32. MITSUHATA C; KITAYAMA S; SATOH T; MORITA K; VANDENBERGH D; UHL GR; DOHI T
      INVOLVEMENT OF TYROSINE-533 OF RAT DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER IN INTERACTION WITH 1-METHYL-4-PHENYLPYRIDINIUM (MPP+) AND COCAINE

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    33. SORA I; II XF; ZENG Z; KINSEY S; KITANAKA N; KITANAKA J; GOODMAN N; ELMER G; UHL GR
      MU-OPIATE RECEPTOR KNOCK-OUT MICE - INFLUENCE ON PAIN, LOCOMOTION ANDREWARD MODELS

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    34. SORA I; HALL S; WANG ZJ; FUCHS P; LI XF; KITANAKA N; ZENG ZZ; RAJA SN; UHL GR
      MU-OPIATE RECEPTOR GENES, NOCICEPTION AND REWARD - POTENTIAL LESSONS IN KNOCKOUT MICE, MOUSE STRAINS AND HUMANS

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    35. SORA I; WICHEMS C; TAKAHASHI N; LI XF; ZENG ZZ; REVAY R; LESCH KP; MURPHY DL; UHL GR
      COCAINE REWARD MODELS - CONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCE CAN BE ESTABLISHED IN DOPAMINE-TRANSPORTER AND IN SEROTONIN-TRANSPORTER KNOCKOUT MICE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    36. KITANAKA N; SORA I; KINSEY S; ZENG ZZ; UHL GR
      NO HEROIN OR MORPHINE 6-BETA-GLUCURONIDE ANALGESIA IN MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR KNOCKOUT MICE

      European journal of pharmacology
    37. VANDENBERGH DJ; ZONDERMAN AB; WANG J; UHL GR; COSTA PT
      NO ASSOCIATION BETWEEN NOVELTY SEEKING AND DOPAMINE-D4 RECEPTOR (D4DR) EXON-III 7-REPEAT ALLELES IN BALTIMORE LONGITUDINAL-STUDY OF AGING PARTICIPANTS

      Molecular psychiatry
    38. WANG H; MORIWAKI A; WANG JB; UHL GR; PICKEL VM
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OF MU-OPIOID RECEPTORS IN DENDRITIC TARGETS OF DOPAMINERGIC TERMINALS IN THE RAT CAUDATE-PUTAMEN NUCLEUS

      Neuroscience
    39. SVINGOS AL; MORIWAKI A; WANG JB; UHL GR; PICKEL VM
      MU-OPIOID RECEPTORS ARE LOCALIZED TO EXTRASYNAPTIC PLASMA-MEMBRANES OF GABAERGIC NEURONS AND THEIR TARGETS IN THE RAT NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    40. NIRENBERG MJ; CHAN J; POHORILLE A; VAUGHAN RA; UHL GR; KUHAR MJ; PICKEL VM
      THE DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER - COMPARATIVE ULTRASTRUCTURE OF DOPAMINERGICAXONS IN LIMBIC AND MOTOR COMPARTMENTS OF THE NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    41. WANG XB; FUNADA M; IMAI Y; REVAY RS; UJIKE H; VANDENBERGH DJ; UHL GR
      RG-BETA(1) - A PSYCHOSTIMULANT-REGULATED GENE ESSENTIAL FOR ESTABLISHING COCAINE SENSITIZATION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    42. NIRENBERG MJ; CHAN J; VAUGHAN RA; UHL GR; KUHAR MJ; PICKEL VM
      IMMUNOGOLD LOCALIZATION OF THE DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER - AN ULTRASTRUCTURAL-STUDY OF THE RAT VENTRAL TEGMENTAL AREA (VOL 17, PG 4037, 1997)

      The Journal of neuroscience
    43. NIRENBERG MJ; CHAN J; VAUGHAN RA; UHL GR; KUHAR MJ; PICKEL VM
      IMMUNOGOLD LOCALIZATION OF THE DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER - AN ULTRASTRUCTURAL-STUDY OF THE RAT VENTRAL TEGMENTAL AREA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    44. VANDENBERGH DJ; RODRIGUEZ LA; MILLER IT; UHL GR; LACHMAN HM
      HIGH-ACTIVITY CATECHOL-O-METHYLTRANSFERASE ALLELE IS MORE PREVALENT IN POLYSUBSTANCE ABUSERS

      American journal of medical genetics
    45. UHL GR; GOLD LH; RISCH N
      GENETIC ANALYSES OF COMPLEX BEHAVIORAL-DISORDERS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    46. SORA I; TAKAHASHI N; FUNADA M; UJIKE H; REVAY RS; DONOVAN DM; MINER LL; UHL GR
      OPIATE RECEPTOR KNOCKOUT MICE DEFINE MU-RECEPTOR ROLES IN ENDOGENOUS NOCICEPTIVE RESPONSES AND MORPHINE-INDUCED ANALGESIA

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    47. TAKAHASHI N; MINER LL; SORA I; UJIKE H; REVAY RS; KOSTIC V; JACKSONLEWIS V; PRZEDBORSKI S; UHL GR
      VMAT2 KNOCKOUT MICE - HETEROZYGOTES DISPLAY REDUCED AMPHETAMINE-CONDITIONED REWARD, ENHANCED AMPHETAMINE LOCOMOTION, AND ENHANCED MPTP TOXICITY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    48. SPIVAK CE; BEGLAN CL; SEIDLECK BK; HIRSHBEIN LD; BLASCHAK CJ; UHL GR; SURRATT CK
      NALOXONE ACTIVATION OF MU-OPIOID RECEPTORS MUTATED AT A HISTIDINE RESIDUE LINING THE OPIOID BINDING CAVITY

      Molecular pharmacology
    49. KADDIS FG; CLARKSON ED; WEBER MJ; VANDENBERGH DJ; DONOVAN DM; MALLET J; HORELLOU P; UHL GR; FREED CR
      INTRASTRIATAL GRAFTING OF COS CELLS STABLY EXPRESSING HUMAN AROMATIC L-AMINO-ACID DECARBOXYLASE - NEUROCHEMICAL EFFECTS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    50. HUFF RA; VAUGHAN RA; KUHAR MJ; UHL GR
      PHORBOL ESTERS INCREASE DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER PHOSPHORYLATION AND DECREASE TRANSPORT V-MAX

      Journal of neurochemistry
    51. YU YK; ZHANG L; YIN XX; SUN H; UHL GR; WANG JB
      MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR PHOSPHORYLATION, DESENSITIZATION, AND LIGAND EFFICACY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    52. VAUGHAN RA; HUFF RA; UHL GR; KUHAR MJ
      PROTEIN-KINASE C-MEDIATED PHOSPHORYLATION AND FUNCTIONAL REGULATION OF DOPAMINE TRANSPORTERS IN STRIATAL SYNAPTOSOMES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    53. SORA I; FUNADA M; UHL GR
      THE MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR IS NECESSARY FOR [D-PEN(2),D-PEN(5)]ENKEPHALIN-INDUCED ANALGESIA

      European journal of pharmacology
    54. BENDAHHOU E; VANDENBERGH DJ; PUGH E; RODRIGUEZ LA; MILLER I; LACHMAN H; UHL GR
      DOPAMINERGIC GENE ALLELES IN POLYSUBSTANCE ABUSERS AND CONTROLS - EFFECTS OF COMT AND DRD4 ALLELIC STATUS ARE AT LEASE ADDITIVE

      American journal of human genetics
    55. VANDENBERGH DJ; THOMPSON M; COOK E; SCHAEFFER J; GEORGE S; BENDAHHOU E; YOU JT; HAZAMA M; COMINGS D; ODOWD B; UHL GR
      HIGH CONSERVATION OF DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER SEQUENCES AMONG HUMAN INDIVIDUALS

      American journal of human genetics
    56. UHL GR; VANDENBERGH DJ; MINER LL
      DRUG-ADDICTION - KNOCKOUT MICE AND DIRTY DRUGS

      Current biology
    57. JOHNSON EO; VANDENBREE MBM; UHL GR; PICKENS RW
      INDICATORS OF GENETIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL-INFLUENCES IN DRUG ABUSING INDIVIDUALS

      Drug and alcohol dependence
    58. MORIWAKI A; WANG JB; SVINGOS A; VANBOCKSTAELE E; CHENG P; PICKEL V; UHL GR
      MU-OPIATE RECEPTOR IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN RAT CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Neurochemical research
    59. NIRENBERG MJ; VAUGHAN RA; UHL GR; KUHAR MJ; PICKEL VM
      THE DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER IS LOCALIZED TO DENDRITIC AND AXONAL PLASMA-MEMBRANES OF NIGROSTRIATAL DOPAMINERGIC-NEURONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    60. VANBOCKSTAELE EJ; COLAGO EEO; CHENG P; MORIWAKI A; UHL GR; PICKEL VM
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL EVIDENCE FOR PROMINENT DISTRIBUTION OF THE MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR AT EXTRASYNAPTIC SITES ON NORADRENERGIC DENDRITES IN THE RAT NUCLEUS LOCUS-COERULEUS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    61. SVINGOS AL; MORIWAKI A; WANG JB; UHL GR; PICKEL VM
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OF MU-OPIOID RECEPTORS IN RAT NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS - EXTRASYNAPTIC PLASMALEMMAL DISTRIBUTION AND ASSOCIATION WITH LEU(5)-ENKEPHALIN

      The Journal of neuroscience
    62. INOUE K; SATO K; TOHYAMA M; SHIMADA S; UHL GR
      WIDESPREAD BRAIN DISTRIBUTION OF MESSENGER-RNA ENCODING THE ORPHAN NEUROTRANSMITTER TRANSPORTER V7-3

      Molecular brain research
    63. VANBOCKSTAELE EJ; COLAGO EEO; MORIWAKI A; UHL GR
      MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR IS LOCATED ON THE PLASMA-MEMBRANE OF DENDRITES THAT RECEIVE ASYMMETRIC SYNAPSES FROM AXON TERMINALS CONTAINING LEUCINE-ENKEPHALIN IN THE RAT NUCLEUS LOCUS-COERULEUS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    64. WANG H; MORIWAKI A; WANG JB; UHL GR; PICKEL VM
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OF MU-OPIOID RECEPTORS AND LEU(5)-ENKEPHALIN IN THE PATCH COMPARTMENT OF THE RAT CAUDATE-PUTAMEN NUCLEUS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    65. ZHANG L; YU YK; MACKIN S; WEIGHT FF; UHL GR; WANG JB
      DIFFERENTIAL MU-OPIATE RECEPTOR PHOSPHORYLATION AND DESENSITIZATION INDUCED BY AGONISTS AND PHORBOL ESTERS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    66. CHENG PY; MORIWAKI A; WANG JB; UHL GR; PICKEL VM
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL-LOCALIZATION OF MU-OPIOID RECEPTORS IN THE SUPERFICIAL LAYERS OF THE RAT CERVICAL SPINAL-CORD - EXTRASYNAPTIC LOCALIZATION AND PROXIMITY TO LEU(5)-ENKEPHALIN

      Brain research
    67. PERSICO AM; BIRD G; GABBAY FH; UHL GR
      D-2 DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR GENE TAQI A1 AND B1 RESTRICTION-FRAGMENT-LENGTH-POLYMORPHISMS - ENHANCED FREQUENCIES IN PSYCHOSTIMULANT-PREFERRING POLYSUBSTANCE ABUSERS

      Biological psychiatry
    68. RODRIGUEZ LA; BLIZARD DA; TARANTINO LM; MCCLEARN GE; UHL GR
      INTERVAL MAPPING OF QTL IN RI MICE USING THE MQTL SOFTWARE PACKAGE

      Behavior genetics
    69. VANDENBERGH DJ; RODRIGUEZ LA; UHL GR
      GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF DOPAMINE D4 AND D3 RECEPTOR GENES IN A SAMPLE OF POLYDRUG USERS

      Behavior genetics
    70. MINER LL; DRAGO J; CHAMBERLAIN PM; DONOVAN D; UHL GR
      RETAINED COCAINE CONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCE IN D1 RECEPTOR-DEFICIENT MICE

      NeuroReport
    71. KUSAMA T; SAKURAI M; KIZAWA Y; UHL GR; MURAKAMI H
      GABA P(1) RECEPTOR - INHIBITION BY PROTEIN-KINASE-C ACTIVATORS

      European journal of pharmacology. Molecular pharmacology section
    72. PATEL A; ROCHELLE JM; JONES JM; SUMEGI J; UHL GR; SELDIN MF; MEISLER MH; GREGOR P
      MAPPING OF THE TAURINE TRANSPORTER GENE TO MOUSE CHROMOSOME-6 AND TO THE SHORT ARM OF HUMAN-CHROMOSOME-3

      Genomics
    73. ROTHMAN RB; XU H; WANG JB; PARTILLA JS; KAYAKIRI H; RICE KC; UHL GR
      LIGAND SELECTIVITY OF CLONED HUMAN AND RAT OPIOID-MU RECEPTORS

      Synapse
    74. PERSICO AM; SCHINDLER CW; ZACZEK R; BRANNOCK MT; UHL GR
      BRAIN TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR GENE-EXPRESSION, NEUROTRANSMITTER LEVELS, AND NOVELTY RESPONSE BEHAVIORS - ALTERATIONS DURING RAT AMPHETAMINE WITHDRAWAL AND FOLLOWING CHRONIC INJECTION STRESS

      Synapse
    75. UHL GR; JOHNSON P; SURRATT C; SHARPE L; MINER L; DONOVAN D; VANDENBERGH D; WANG JB
      MORPHINE-PREFERRING MU-OPIATE RECEPTOR - STRUCTURE, FUNCTION, AND EXPRESSION IN THE NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Annals of neurology
    76. UNTERWALD EM; RUBENFELD JM; IMAI Y; WANG JB; UHL GR; KREEK MJ
      CHRONIC OPIOID ANTAGONIST ADMINISTRATION UP-REGULATES MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR-BINDING WITHOUT ALTERING MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS

      Molecular brain research
    77. DONOVAN DM; VANDENBERGH DJ; PERRY MP; BIRD GS; INGERSOLL R; NANTHAKUMAR E; UHL GR
      HUMAN AND MOUSE DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER GENES - CONSERVATION OF 5'-FLANKING SEQUENCE ELEMENTS AND GENE STRUCTURES

      Molecular brain research
    78. PERSICO AM; WANG ZW; BLACK DW; ANDREASEN NC; UHL GR; CROWE RR
      EXCLUSION OF CLOSE LINKAGE BETWEEN THE SYNAPTIC VESICULAR MONOAMINE TRANSPORTER LOCUS AND SCHIZOPHRENIA SPECTRUM DISORDERS

      American journal of medical genetics
    79. UHL GR; WANG JB; JOHNSON PS; SURRATT CK; MORIWAKI A; DONOVAN DM; MINER L
      MU-OPIATE RECEPTOR - STRUCTURE, EXPRESSION, FUNCTION, AND ALTERED MORPHINE RESPONSES

      Neurology
    80. ROTHMAN RB; SILVERTHORN ML; BAUMANN MH; GOODMAN CB; CADET JL; MATECKA D; RICE KC; CARROLL FI; WANG JB; UHL GR; PARTILLA JS; DERSCH CM
      STUDIES OF THE BIOGENIC-AMINE TRANSPORTERS .6. CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL COCAINE BINDING-SITE, IDENTIFIED WITH [I-125] RTI-55, IN MEMBRANES PREPARED FROM WHOLE RAT-BRAIN MINUS CAUDATE

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    81. WANG JB; MORIWAKI A; UHL GR
      DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER CYSTEINE MUTANTS - 2ND EXTRACELLULAR LOOP CYSTEINES ARE REQUIRED FOR TRANSPORTER EXPRESSION

      Journal of neurochemistry
    82. FREED C; REVAY R; VAUGHAN RA; KRIEK E; GRANT S; UHL GR; KUHAR MJ
      DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN RAT-BRAIN

      Journal of comparative neurology
    83. SCHAFER M; IMAI Y; UHL GR; STEIN C
      INFLAMMATION ENHANCES PERIPHERAL MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR-MEDIATED ANALGESIA, BUT NOT MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR TRANSCRIPTION IN DORSAL-ROOT GANGLIA

      European journal of pharmacology
    84. PERSICO AM; WANG ZW; BLACK DW; ANDREASEN NC; UHL GR; CROWE RR
      EXCLUSION OF CLOSE LINKAGE OF THE DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER GENE WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA SPECTRUM DISORDERS

      The American journal of psychiatry
    85. COOK EH; VANDENBERGH DJ; STEIN MA; COX NJ; YAN S; KRASOWSKI MD; UHL GR; LEVENTHAL BL
      MOLECULAR-GENETIC ANALYSIS OF THE DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER IN ATTENTION-DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD)/

      American journal of human genetics
    86. OHARA BF; DONOVAN DM; LINDBERG I; BRANNOCK MT; RICKER DD; MOFFATT CA; KLAUNBERG BA; SCHINDLER C; CHANG TSK; NELSON RJ; UHL GR
      PROENKEPHALIN TRANSGENIC MICE - A SHORT PROMOTER CONFERS HIGH TESTIS EXPRESSION AND REDUCED FERTILITY

      Molecular reproduction and development
    87. JOHNSON PS; WANG JB; WANG WF; UHL GR
      EXPRESSED MU-OPIATE RECEPTOR COUPLES TO ADENYLATE-CYCLASE AND PHOSPHATIDYL-INOSITOL TURNOVER

      NeuroReport
    88. KUSAMA T; WANG JB; SPIVAK CE; UHL GR
      MUTAGENESIS OF THE GABA RHO-1 RECEPTOR ALTERS AGONIST AFFINITY AND CHANNEL GATING

      NeuroReport
    89. LOSSIE AC; VANDENBERGH DJ; UHL GR; CAMPER SA
      LOCALIZATION OF THE DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER GENE, DAT1, ON MOUSE CHROMOSOME-13

      Mammalian genome
    90. KITAYAMA S; DOHI T; UHL GR
      PHORBOL ESTERS ALTER FUNCTIONS OF THE EXPRESSED DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER

      European journal of pharmacology. Molecular pharmacology section
    91. UHL GR; PERSICO A
      MEETING REPORT - COLLABORATIVE APPROACHES IN DRUG-ABUSE GENETICS

      Drug and alcohol dependence
    92. UHL GR; WALTHER D; MASH D; FAUCHEUX B; JAVOYAGID F
      DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER MESSENGER-RNA IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE AND CONTROL SUBSTANTIA-NIGRA NEURONS

      Annals of neurology
    93. GREGOR P; GASTON SM; YANG XD; OREGAN JP; ROSEN DR; TANZI RE; PATTERSON D; HAINES JL; HORVITZ HR; UHL GR; BROWN RH
      GENETIC AND PHYSICAL MAPPING OF THE GLUR5 GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR GENE ON HUMAN-CHROMOSOME-21

      Human genetics
    94. GONZALEZ AM; UHL GR
      CHOLINE ORPHAN V8-2-1/CREATINE TRANSPORTER MESSENGER-RNA IS EXPRESSEDIN NERVOUS, RENAL AND GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEMS/

      Molecular brain research
    95. GONZALEZ AM; WALTHER D; PAZOS A; UHL GR
      SYNAPTIC VESICULAR MONOAMINE TRANSPORTER EXPRESSION - DISTRIBUTION AND PHARMACOLOGICAL PROFILE

      Molecular brain research
    96. JOHNSON PS; WANG JB; UHL GR
      MU-OPIATE RECEPTOR STRUCTURE-FUNCTION STUDIES .2. EFFECTS ON 2ND MESSENGER SYSTEMS

      Regulatory peptides
    97. ROTHMAN RB; XU H; WANG JB; PARTILLA JS; KAYAKIRI H; RICE KC; UHL GR
      THE LIGAND-SELECTIVITY OF CLONED HUMAN AND RAT OPIATE MU-RECEPTORS STUDIED WITH [I-125]IOXY-AGO

      Regulatory peptides
    98. SURRATT CK; JOHNSON PS; MORIWAKI A; SEIDLECK BK; BLASCHAK CJ; WANG JB; YUHASZ S; UHL GR
      MU-OPIATE RECEPTOR STRUCTURE FUNCTION RELATIONSHIPS .3./

      Regulatory peptides
    99. UNTERWALD EM; RUBENFELD JM; SPANGLER R; IMAI Y; WANG JB; UHL GR; KREEK MJ
      MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS FOLLOWING CHRONIC NALTREXONE ADMINISTRATION

      Regulatory peptides
    100. WANG JB; IMAI Y; JOHNSON PS; WALTHER D; STEIN C; SCHAEFER M; WU JM; WANG WF; MORIWAKI A; UHL GR
      HUMAN MU-RECEPTOR - GENE STRUCTURE, EXPRESSION, AND MU KAPPA CHIMERASTHAT DEFINE NONTRANSMEMBRANE DOMAINS INFLUENCING PEPTIDE BINDING AFFINITIES/

      Regulatory peptides


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