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    1. Stromberg, I; Tornqvist, N; Johansson, S; Bygdeman, M; Almqvist, PM
      Evidence for target-specific outgrowth from subpopulations of grafted human dopamine neurons

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    2. Datla, KP; Blunt, SB; Dexter, DT
      Chronic L-DOPA administration is not toxic to the remaining dopaminergic nigrostriatal neurons, but instead may promote their functional recovery, inrats with partial 6-OHDA or FeCl3 nigrostriatal lesions

      MOVEMENT DISORDERS
    3. Reader, TA; Hebert, C; Ase, AR; Le Marec, N
      Distribution of serotonin, its metabolites and 5-HT transporters in the neostriatum of Lurcher and weaver mutant mice

      NEUROCHEMISTRY INTERNATIONAL
    4. Robinet, PM; Bardo, MT
      Dopamine D3 receptors are involved in amphetamine-induced contralateral rotation in 6-OHDA lesioned rats

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    5. Chapman, DE; Hanson, GR; Kesner, RP; Keefe, KA
      Long-term changes in basal ganglia function after a neurotoxic regimen of methamphetamine

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    6. Bohn, MC; Kozlowski, DA; Connor, B
      Glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor (GDNF) as a defensive moleculefor neurodegenerative disease: a tribute to the studies of Antonia Vernadakis on neuronal-glial interactions

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Yee, BK
      Cytotoxic lesion of the medial prefrontal cortex abolishes the partial reinforcement extinction effect, attenuates prepulse inhibition of the acoustic startle reflex and induces transient hyperlocomotion, while sparing spontaneous object recognition memory in the rat

      NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Hasenohrl, RU; De Souza-Silva, MA; Nikolaus, S; Tomaz, C; Brandao, ML; Schwarting, RKW; Huston, JP
      Substance P and its role in neural mechanisms governing learning, anxiety and functional recovery

      NEUROPEPTIDES
    9. Cragg, SJ; Clarke, DJ; Greenfield, SA
      Real-time dynamics of dopamine released from neuronal transplants in experimental Parkinson's disease

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    10. Haubrich, C; Frielingsdorf, V; Herzig, S; Schroder, H; Schwarting, R; Sturm, V; Voges, J
      N-type calcium channel blockers - tools for modulation of cerebral functional units?

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    11. Connor, B; Kozlowski, DA; Schallert, T; Tillerson, JL; Davidson, BL; Bohn, MC
      Differential effects of glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor (GDNF)in the striatum and substantia nigra of the aged Parkinsonian rat

      GENE THERAPY
    12. Dewar, KM
      Alterations in serotonin receptors in the neostriatum of weaver mutant mice

      NEUROCHEMICAL RESEARCH
    13. Basura, GJ; Walker, PD
      Serotonin 2A receptor mRNA levels in the neonatal dopamine-depleted rat striatum remain upregulated following suppression of serotonin hyperinnervation

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    14. Nielsen, DM; Crosley, KJ; Keller, RW; Glick, SD; Carlson, JN
      Left and right 6-hydroxydopamine lesions of the medial prefrontal cortex differentially affect voluntary ethanol consumption

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    15. Oh, JD; Vaughan, CL; Chase, TN
      Effect of dopamine denervation and dopamine agonist administration on serine phosphorylation of striatal nmda receptor subunits

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    16. KOPYOV OV; JACQUES S; EAGLE KS
      FETAL TRANSPLANTATION FOR THE TREATMENT OF NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES- CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE POTENTIAL

      CNS DRUGS
    17. PRASAD KN; CLARKSON ED; LAROSA FG; EDWARDSPRASAD J; FREED CR
      EFFICACY OF GRAFTED IMMORTALIZED DOPAMINE NEURONS IN AN ANIMAL-MODEL OF PARKINSONISM - A REVIEW

      Molecular genetics and metabolism ( Molecular genetics and metabolism (Print))
    18. BAKSHI VP; GEYER MA
      MULTIPLE LIMBIC REGIONS MEDIATE THE DISRUPTION OF PREPULSE INHIBITIONPRODUCED IN RATS BY THE NONCOMPETITIVE NMDA ANTAGONIST DIZOCILPINE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    19. ADAMS B; MOGHADDAM B
      CORTICOLIMBIC DOPAMINE NEUROTRANSMISSION IS TEMPORALLY DISSOCIATED FROM THE COGNITIVE AND LOCOMOTOR EFFECTS OF PHENCYCLIDINE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    20. KOSTRZEWA RM; READER TA; DESCARRIES L
      SEROTONIN NEURAL ADAPTATIONS TO ONTOGENIC LOSS OF DOPAMINE NEURONS INRAT-BRAIN

      Journal of neurochemistry
    21. ANDRES ME; GYSLING K; BUSTOS G
      DIFFERENTIAL REGULATION OF DOPAMINE RELEASE BY N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTORS IN RAT STRIATUM AFTER PARTIAL AND EXTREME LESIONS OF THE NIGRO-STRIATAL PATHWAY

      Brain research
    22. Oh, JD; Russell, D; Vaughan, CL; Chase, TN
      Enhanced tyrosine phosphorylation of striatal NMDA receptor subunits: effect of dopaminergic denervation and L-DOPA administration

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    23. MURER MG; RIQUELME LA; TSENG KY; PAZO JH
      SUBSTANTIA-NIGRA PARS RETICULATA SINGLE-UNIT ACTIVITY IN NORMAL AND 60HDA-LESIONED RATS - EFFECTS OF INTRASTRIATAL APOMORPHINE AND SUBTHALAMIC LESIONS

      Synapse
    24. PENITSORIA J; DURAND C; HERVE D; BESSON MJ
      MORPHOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ADAPTATIONS TO UNILATERAL DOPAMINE DENERVATION OF THE NEOSTRIATUM IN NEWBORN RATS

      Neuroscience
    25. SAUTTER J; KUPSCH A; EARL CD; OERTEL WH
      DEGENERATION OF PRE-LABELED NIGRAL NEURONS INDUCED BY INTRASTRIATAL 6-HYDROXYDOPAMINE IN THE RAT - BEHAVIORAL AND BIOCHEMICAL-CHANGES AND PRETREATMENT WITH THE CALCIUM-ENTRY BLOCKER NIMODIPINE

      Experimental Brain Research
    26. CHANG WY; WEBSTER RA
      EFFECT OF L-DOPA ALONE AND WITH BENSERAZIDE ON THE SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY OF STRIATAL NEURONS IN NORMAL AND 6-HYDROXYDOPAMINE-LESIONED RATS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    27. GARRIS PA; WALKER QD; WIGHTMAN RM
      DOPAMINE RELEASE AND UPTAKE RATES BOTH DECREASE IN THE PARTIALLY DENERVATED STRIATUM IN PROPORTION TO THE LOSS OF DOPAMINE TERMINALS

      Brain research
    28. ROZAS G; GARCIA JLL
      DRUG-FREE EVALUATION OF RAT MODELS OF PARKINSONISM AND NIGRAL GRAFTS USING A NEW AUTOMATED ROTAROD TEST

      Brain research
    29. KAYADJANIAN N; HEAVENS RP; BESSON MJ; SIRINATHSINGHJI DJS
      STRIATAL NMDAR2B MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION AFTER BILATERAL CORTICAL AND UNILATERAL NIGRAL DEAFFERENTATION

      NeuroReport
    30. HAJJI MD; SALIN P; KERKERIANLEGOFF L
      CHRONIC DIZOCILPINE MALEATE (MK-801) TREATMENT SUPPRESSES THE EFFECTSOF NIGROSTRIATAL DOPAMINE DEAFFERENTATION ON ENKEPHALIN BUT NOT ON SUBSTANCE-P EXPRESSION IN THE RAT STRIATUM

      European journal of neuroscience
    31. CHRITIN M; BLANCHARD V; RAISMANVOZARI R; FEUERSTEIN C; AGID Y; JAVOYAGID F; SAVASTA M
      DA UPTAKE SITES, D-1 AND D-2 RECEPTORS, D-2 AND PREPROENKEPHALIN MESSENGER-RNAS AND FOS IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN RAT STRIATAL SUBREGIONS AFTER PARTIAL DOPAMINERGIC DEGENERATION

      European journal of neuroscience
    32. ZENG BY; JENNER P; MARSDEN CD
      PARTIAL REVERSAL OF INCREASED PREPROENKEPHALIN MESSENGER-RIBONUCLEIC-ACID (MESSENGER-RNA) AND DECREASED PREPROTACHYKININ MESSENGER-RNA BY FETAL DOPAMINE CELLS IN UNILATERAL 6-HYDROXYDOPAMINE-LESIONED RAT STRIATUM PARALLELS FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY

      Movement disorders
    33. AKKAL D; BURBAUD P; AUDIN J; BIOULAC B
      RESPONSES OF SUBSTANTIA-NIGRA PARS RETICULATA NEURONS TO INTRASTRIATAL D1 AND D2 DOPAMINERGIC AGONIST INJECTIONS IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience letters
    34. HAJJI MD; SALIN P; GOFF LKL
      REPEATED INJECTIONS OF DIZOCILPINE MALEATE (MK-801) DO NOT SUPPRESS THE EFFECTS OF NIGROSTRIATAL DOPAMINE DEAFFERENTATION ON GLUTAMATE-DECARBOXYLASE (GAD67) MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION IN THE ADULT-RAT STRIATUM

      Molecular brain research
    35. MORELLI M; FENU S; CARTA A; DICHIARA G
      EFFECT OF MK-801 ON PRIMING OF D-1-DEPENDENT CONTRALATERAL TURNING AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO C-FOS EXPRESSION IN THE RAT CAUDATE-PUTAMEN

      Behavioural brain research
    36. CALVO N; REIRIZ J; PEREZNAVARRO E; ALBERCH J
      TACHYKININS PROTECT CHOLINERGIC NEURONS FROM QUINOLINIC ACID EXCITOTOXICITY IN STRIATAL CULTURES

      Brain research
    37. OTT MC; MISHRA RK; JOHNSON RL
      MODULATION OF DOPAMINERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION IN THE 6-HYDROXYDOPAMINELESIONED ROTATIONAL MODEL BY PEPTIDOMIMETIC ANALOGS OF L-PROLYL-L-LEUCYL-GLYCINAMIDE

      Brain research
    38. EARL CD; KRUK ZL; BIRD MM
      IMPLANTATION OF CULTURED RAT FETAL ADRENAL-GLAND CELLS REVERSES AMPHETAMINE-INDUCED ROTATION IN THE 6-HYDROXYDOPAMINE-LESIONED RAT STRIATUM- BEHAVIORAL, ULTRASTRUCTURAL AND VOLTAMMETRIC DATA

      Restorative neurology and neuroscience
    39. SADILE AG; CERBONE A; LAMBERTIDMELLO C; AMOROSO S; ANNUNZIATO L; MENNA T; BUONO C; RAFTI F; GIUDITTA A
      THE DORSAL NORADRENERGIC BUNDLE MODULATES DNA REMODELING IN THE RAT-BRAIN UPON EXPOSURE TO A SPATIAL NOVELTY

      Brain research bulletin
    40. REUM T; SCHONFUSS D; SCHAFER U; MARBURGER A; DRANDAREVSKI N; MORGENSTERN R
      FETAL MESENCEPHALIC GRAFTS DECREASE THE RATE OF DOPAMINE UPTAKE IN THE NON-LESIONED STRIATUM OF UNILATERALLY 6-OHDA LESIONED RATS - AN IN-VIVO VOLTAMMETRIC STUDY

      Neuroscience letters
    41. STARR MS
      ANTIPARKINSONIAN ACTIONS OF GLUTAMATE ANTAGONISTS - ALONE AND WITH L-DOPA - A REVIEW OF EVIDENCE AND SUGGESTIONS FOR POSSIBLE MECHANISMS

      Journal of neural transmission
    42. HUSTON JP; HASENOHRL RU
      THE ROLE OF NEUROPEPTIDES IN LEARNING - FOCUS ON THE NEUROKININ SUBSTANCE-P

      Behavioural brain research
    43. KOSTRZEWA RM
      DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR SUPERSENSITIVITY

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    44. BRUS R; PLECH A; KOSTRZEWA RM
      ENHANCED QUINPIROLE RESPONSE IN RATS LESIONED NEONATALLY WITH 5,7-DIHYDROXYTRYPTAMINE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    45. BANKS KE; GRATTON A
      POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF MEDIAL PREFRONTAL CORTEX IN AMPHETAMINE-INDUCED SENSITIZATION OF MESOLIMBIC DOPAMINE FUNCTION

      European journal of pharmacology
    46. PAPA SM; BOLDRY RC; ENGBER TM; KASK AM; CHASE TN
      REVERSAL OF LEVODOPA-INDUCED MOTOR FLUCTUATIONS IN EXPERIMENTAL PARKINSONISM BY NMDA RECEPTOR BLOCKADE

      Brain research
    47. THOMPSON TL; MOSS RL
      IN-VIVO STIMULATED DOPAMINE RELEASE IN THE NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS - MODULATION BY THE PREFRONTAL CORTEX

      Brain research
    48. PLECH A; BRUS R; KALBFLEISCH JH; KOSTRZEWA RM
      ENHANCED ORAL ACTIVITY RESPONSES TO INTRASTRIATAL SKF-38393 AND M-CPPARE ATTENUATED BY INTRASTRIATAL MIANSERIN IN NEONATAL 6-OHDA-LESIONEDRATS

      Psychopharmacology
    49. VOORN P; DOCTER GJ; JONGENRELO AL; JONKER AJ
      ROSTROCAUDAL SUBREGIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE RESPONSE OF ENKEPHALIN, DYNORPHIN AND SUBSTANCE-P SYNTHESIS IN RAT NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS TO DOPAMINE DEPLETION

      European journal of neuroscience
    50. REUM T; MORGENSTERN R
      FETAL MESENCEPHALIC GRAFTS INFLUENCE THE DOPAMINE RELEASE IN THE NON-LESIONED STRIATUM OF 6-OHDA-LESIONED RATS - A BEHAVIORAL AND IN-VIVO VOLTAMMETRIC STUDY

      Neuroscience letters
    51. JONGENRELO AL; DOCTER GJ; JONKER AJ; VREUGDENHIL E; GROENEWEGEN HJ; VOORN P
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF DOPAMINE DEPLETION ON THE BINDING AND MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS OF DOPAMINE-RECEPTORS IN THE SHELL AND CORE OF THE RAT NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS

      Molecular brain research
    52. BRAUTIGAM K; SOHR R; MORGENSTERN R
      3-O-METHYL-DOPA IS NOT INVOLVED IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF BEHAVIORAL SUPERSENSITIVITY AFTER REPEATED L-DOPA ADMINISTRATION IN 6-OHDA LESIONED RATS

      Behavioural brain research
    53. ELMANSARI M; RADJA F; FERRON A; READER TA; MOLINAHOLGADO E; DESCARRIES L
      HYPERSENSITIVITY TO SEROTONIN AND ITS AGONISTS IN SEROTONIN-HYPERINNERVATED NEOSTRIATUM AFTER NEONATAL DOPAMINE DENERVATION

      European journal of pharmacology
    54. PAPA SM; ENGBER TM; KASK AM; CHASE TN
      MOTOR FLUCTUATIONS IN LEVODOPA TREATED PARKINSONIAN RATS - RELATION TO LESION EXTENT AND TREATMENT DURATION

      Brain research
    55. PAPA SM; ENGBER TM; KASK AM; CHASE TN
      MOTOR FLUCTUATIONS IN LEVODOPA TREATED PARKINSONIAN RATS - RELATION TO LESION EXTENT AND TREATMENT DURATION

      Brain research
    56. NORMAN AB; KHOSLA UM; KLUG JM; THOMPSON HR
      AUTORADIOGRAPHIC MEASUREMENT OF TYROSINE-HYDROXYLASE IMMUNOREACTIVITYIN RAT-BRAIN USING ENHANCED CHEMILUMINESCENCE - A GENERAL-METHOD FOR COMBINED QUANTITATIVE AND CYTOCHEMICAL DETECTION

      Brain research
    57. PEREZNAVARRO E; ALBERCH J; MARSAL J
      POSTNATAL-DEVELOPMENT OF FUNCTIONAL DOPAMINE, OPIOID AND TACHYKININ RECEPTORS THAT REGULATE ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE FROM RAT NEOSTRIATAL SLICES - EFFECT OF 6-HYDROXYDOPAMINE LESION

      International journal of developmental neuroscience
    58. CASOLINI P; KABBAJ M; LEPRAT F; PIAZZA PV; ROUGEPONT F; ANGELUCCI L; SIMON H; LEMOAL M; MACCARI S
      BASAL AND STRESS-INDUCED CORTICOSTERONE SECRETION IS DECREASED BY LESION OF MESENCEPHALIC DOPAMINERGIC-NEURONS

      Brain research


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