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    1. Pliss, L; FitzGibbon, T; Balcar, VJ; St'astny, F
      Neurotoxicity of NAAG in vivo is sensitive to NMDA antagonists and mGluR II ligands

      NEUROREPORT
    2. Follis, F; Blisard, K; Varvitsiotis, PS; Pett, SB; Temes, T; Wernly, JA
      Competitive NMDA receptor antagonists and spinal-cord ischemia

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE SURGERY
    3. Stewart, L; Bullock, R; Teasdale, GM; Wagstaff, A
      First observations of the safety and tolerability of a competitive antagonist to the glutamate NMDA receptor (CGS 19755) in patients with severe headinjury

      JOURNAL OF NEUROTRAUMA
    4. Koek, W
      N-methyl-D-aspartate antagonists and drug discrimination

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    5. Grotta, JC
      Acute stroke therapy at the millennium: Consummating the marriage between laboratory and bedside - The Feinberg Lecture

      STROKE
    6. Morris, GF; Bullock, R; Marshall, SB; Marmarou, A; Maas, A; Marshall, LF
      Failure of the competitive N-methyl-D-aspartate antagonist Selfotel (CGS 19755) in the treatment of severe head injury: results of two Phase III clinical trials

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY
    7. Furuya, Y; Kagaya, T; Ogura, H; Nishizawa, Y
      Competitive NMDA receptor antagonists disrupt prepulse inhibition without reduction of startle amplitude in a dopamine receptor-independent manner inmice

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    8. KEEFE KA; GANGULY A
      EFFECTS OF NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS ON D1 DOPAMINE RECEPTOR-MEDIATEDCHANGES IN STRIATAL IMMEDIATE-EARLY GENE-EXPRESSION - EVIDENCE FOR INVOLVEMENT OF PHARMACOLOGICALLY DISTINCT NMDA RECEPTORS

      Developmental neuroscience
    9. YENARI MA; BELL TE; KOTAKE AN; POWELL M; STEINBERG GK
      DOSE-ESCALATION SAFETY AND TOLERANCE STUDY OF THE COMPETITIVE NMDA ANTAGONIST SELFOTEL (CGS-19755) IN NEUROSURGERY PATIENTS

      Clinical neuropharmacology
    10. LAMPL Y; GEVA D; GILAD R; ESHEL Y; RONEN L; SAROVAPINHAS I
      CEREBROSPINAL-FLUID MAGNESIUM LEVEL AS A PROGNOSTIC FACTOR IN ISCHEMIC STROKE

      Journal of neurology
    11. LOSCHER W; WLAZ P; SZABO L
      FOCAL ISCHEMIA ENHANCES THE ADVERSE EFFECT POTENTIAL OF N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS IN RATS

      Neuroscience letters
    12. SADIKOT AF; BURHAN AM; BELANGER MC; SASSEVILLE R
      NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS INFLUENCE EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF GABAERGIC INTERNEURONS IN THE MAMMALIAN STRIATUM

      Developmental brain research
    13. MORIMOTO Y; WU B; BART RD; MORIMOTO Y; PEARLSTEIN RD; WARNER DS
      EFFECTS OF NMDA RECEPTOR GLYCINE RECOGNITION SITE ANTAGONISM ON CEREBRAL METABOLIC-RATE FOR GLUCOSE AND CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW IN THE CONSCIOUS RAT

      Brain research
    14. KNOCHE B; MILOSAVLJEV S; GROPPER S; BRUNNER LA; POWELL ML
      ENANTIOSELECTIVE DETERMINATION OF SELFOTEL IN HUMAN URINE BY HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY ON A CHIRAL STATIONARY-PHASE AFTER DERIVATIZATION WITH 9-FLUORENYLMETHYL CHLOROFORMATE

      Journal of chromatography B. Biomedical sciences and applications
    15. GORMAN AL; ELLIOTT KJ; INTURRISI CE
      THE D- AND L- ISOMERS OF METHADONE BIND TO THE NONCOMPETITIVE SITE ONTHE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE (NMDA) RECEPTOR IN RAT FOREBRAIN AND SPINAL-CORD

      Neuroscience letters
    16. ORTIZ JG; CORDERO ML; ROSADO A
      PROLINE-GLUTAMATE INTERACTIONS IN THE CNS

      Progress in neuro-psychopharmacology & biological psychiatry
    17. LI HB; MATSUMOTO K; TOHDA M; YAMAMOTO M; WATANABE H
      NMDA ANTAGONISTS POTENTIATE SCOPOLAMINE-INDUCED AMNESIC EFFECT

      Behavioural brain research
    18. FURUYA Y; OGURA H
      COMPETITIVE NMDA AND STRYCHNINE-INSENSITIVE GLYCINE-SITE ANTAGONISTS DISRUPT PREPULSE INHIBITION

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    19. MIYABE M; KIRSCH JR; NISHIKAWA T; KOEHLER RC; TRAYSTMAN RJ
      COMPARATIVE-ANALYSIS OF BRAIN PROTECTION BY N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS AFTER TRANSIENT FOCAL ISCHEMIA IN CATS

      Critical care medicine
    20. OKADA M; FUJIMURA Y; UEDA H; KOMETANI M; NAKAO K; INUKAI T
      EFFECT OF D-(E)-2-AMINO-4-METHYL-5-PHOSPHONO-3-PENTENOIC ACID ON ISCHEMIC BRAIN-DAMAGE INDUCED BY 4-VESSEL OCCLUSION IN RATS

      Arzneimittel-Forschung
    21. GETERDOUGLASS B; WITKIN JM
      DIZOCILPINE-LIKE DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS EFFECTS OF COMPETITIVE NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS IN MICE

      Psychopharmacology
    22. LIN J; SUGUIHARA C; HUANG J; HEHRE D; DEVIA C; BANCALARI E
      EFFECT OF N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE-RECEPTOR BLOCKADE ON HYPOXIC VENTILATORY RESPONSE IN UNANESTHETIZED PIGLETS

      Journal of applied physiology
    23. BARON SP; MOERSCHBAECHER JM
      DISRUPTION OF LEARNING BY EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS

      Behavioural pharmacology
    24. ALLENTOFF AJ; DESAI M; MARKUS B; DUELFER T
      SYNTHESIS OF C-14-LABELED CGS-19755, A SELECTIVE NMDA ANTAGONIST

      Journal of labelled compounds & radiopharmaceuticals
    25. LEHMANN A; KARRBERG L
      EFFECTS OF N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS ON CISPLATIN-INDUCED EMESIS IN THE FERRET

      Neuropharmacology
    26. MILLER RD; MONSUL NT; VENDER JR; LEHMANN JC
      NMDA-INDUCED AND ENDOTHELIN-1-INDUCED INCREASES IN BLOOD-BRAIN-BARRIER PERMEABILITY QUANTITATED WITH LUCIFER YELLOW

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    27. BATH CP; FARRELL LN; GILMORE J; WARD MA; HICKS CA; ONEILL MJ; BLEAKMAN D
      THE EFFECTS OF IFENPRODIL AND ELIPRODIL ON VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT CA2-ISCHEMIA( CHANNELS AND IN GERBIL GLOBAL CEREBRAL)

      European journal of pharmacology
    28. SHARKEY J; RITCHIE IM; BUTCHER SP; KELLY JS
      COMPARISON OF THE PATTERNS OF ALTERED CEREBRAL GLUCOSE-UTILIZATION PRODUCED BY COMPETITIVE AND NONCOMPETITIVE NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS

      Brain research
    29. WEISS HR; SINHA AK; LU XW
      EFFECT OF UP-REGULATION OF NMDA RECEPTORS ON CEREBRAL O-2 CONSUMPTIONAND BLOOD-FLOW IN RAT

      Brain research
    30. PAYNE RS; SCHURR A; RIGOR BM
      CELL SWELLING EXACERBATES HYPOXIC NEURONAL DAMAGE IN RAT HIPPOCAMPAL SLICES

      Brain research
    31. JEWETT DC; BUTELMAN ER; WOODS JH
      NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE INHIBITORS PRODUCE PHENCYCLIDINE-LIKE BEHAVIORAL-EFFECTS IN PIGEONS

      Brain research
    32. GOLDING EM; VINK R
      EFFICACY OF COMPETITIVE VS NONCOMPETITIVE BLOCKADE OF THE NMDA CHANNEL FOLLOWING TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

      Molecular and chemical neuropathology
    33. BALCAR VJ; DIAS LS; LI Y; BENNETT MR
      INHIBITION OF [H-3] CGP-39653 BINDING TO NMDA RECEPTORS BY A P-2 ANTAGONIST, SURAMIN

      NeuroReport
    34. SANDBERG MP; RADESATER AC; NASSTROM J; LUTHMAN J
      VISUALIZATION OF THE NMDA RECOGNITION SITE IN RAT AND MOUSE SPINAL-CORD BY [H-3] CGS-19755 IN-VITRO AUTORADIOGRAPHY

      Amino acids
    35. WANG T; FRENCH ED
      NMDA, KAINATE, AND AMPA DEPOLARIZE NONDOPAMINE NEURONS IN THE RAT VENTRAL TEGMENTUM

      Brain research bulletin
    36. SHUAIB A; WAQAR T; WISHART T; KANTHAN R
      POSTISCHEMIC THERAPY WITH CGS-19755 (ALONE OR IN COMBINATION WITH HYPOTHERMIA) IN GERBILS

      Neuroscience letters
    37. UEDA Y; KATSUTA K; NAKANISHI H; YOSHIDA K
      NONCOMPETITIVE NMDA ANTAGONISTS, FR115427 AND MK801, ENHANCE NEURONALSURVIVAL IN PRIMARY CULTURE

      Neuroscience letters
    38. GROTTA J; CLARK W; COULL B; PETTIGREW LC; MACKAY B; GOLDSTEIN LB; MEISSNER I; MURPHY D; LARUE L
      SAFETY AND TOLERABILITY OF THE GLUTAMATE ANTAGONIST CGS-19755 (SELFOTEL) IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE - RESULTS OF A PHASE-IIA RANDOMIZED TRIAL

      Stroke
    39. MCFARLANE C; WARNER DS; DEXTER F
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN NMDA AND AMPA GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS DURING HALOTHANE ANESTHESIA IN THE RAT

      Neuropharmacology
    40. WIDDOWSON PS; TRAINOR A; LOCK EA
      NMDA RECEPTORS IN RAT CEREBELLUM AND FOREBRAIN - SUBTLE DIFFERENCES IN PHARMACOLOGY AND MODULATION

      Journal of neurochemistry
    41. HOGAN MJ; TAKIZAWA S; HAKIM AM
      IN-VITRO BINDING OF[H-3]NIMODIPINE AND [H-3] CGS-19755 TO RAT-BRAIN IN FOCAL CEREBRAL-ISCHEMIA

      Experimental neurology
    42. STANHOPE KJ; MCLENACHAN AP; DOURISH CT
      DISSOCIATION BETWEEN COGNITIVE AND MOTOR MOTIVATIONAL DEFICITS IN THEDELAYED MATCHING TO POSITION TEST - EFFECTS OF SCOPOLAMINE, 8-OH-DPATAND EAA ANTAGONISTS/

      Psychopharmacology
    43. BARON SP; WOODS JH
      COMPETITIVE AND UNCOMPETITIVE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE ANTAGONIST DISCRIMINATIONS IN PIGEONS - CGS-19755 AND PHENCYCLIDINE

      Psychopharmacology
    44. HAYES MJ; KHEMANI L; POWELL ML
      QUANTITATIVE-DETERMINATION OF THE NMDA ANTAGONIST CIS-4-PHOSPHONOMETHYL-2-PIPERIDINE CARBOXYLIC-ACID (CGS-19755) IN HUMAN PLASMA USING CAPILLARY GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHY MASS-SPECTROMETRY

      Biological mass spectrometry
    45. PRIESTLEY T; OCHU E; KEMP JA
      SUBTYPES OF NMDA RECEPTOR IN NEURONS CULTURED FROM RAT-BRAIN

      NeuroReport
    46. HLINAK Z; KREJCI I
      EFFECTS OF EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID ANTAGONISTS ON SOCIAL RECOGNITION OFMALE-RATS

      Behavioural pharmacology
    47. JEZIORSKI M; WHITE FJ; WOLF ME
      MK-801 PREVENTS THE DEVELOPMENT OF BEHAVIORAL SENSITIZATION DURING REPEATED MORPHINE ADMINISTRATION

      Synapse
    48. BOECKMAN FA; AIZENMAN E
      STABLE TRANSFECTION OF THE NR1 SUBUNIT IN CHINESE-HAMSTER OVARY CELLSFAILS TO PRODUCE A FUNCTIONAL N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR

      Neuroscience letters
    49. MCCREA S; SHUAIB A; WISHART T; IJAZ S
      MORTALITY IN GERBILS WITH REPETITIVE ISCHEMIA - CGSGS-19755 HYPOTHERMIA THERAPY/

      Neuroscience letters
    50. VALIVULLAH HM; LANCASTER J; SWEETNAM PM; NEALE JH
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN N-ACETYLASPARTYLGLUTAMATE AND AMPA, KAINATE, ANDNMDA BINDING-SITES

      Journal of neurochemistry
    51. SPELIOTES EK; HARTNETT KA; BLITZBLAU RC; AIZENMAN E; ROSENBERG PA
      COMPARISON OF THE POTENCY OF COMPETITIVE NMDA ANTAGONISTS AGAINST THENEUROTOXICITY OF GLUTAMATE AND NMDA

      Journal of neurochemistry
    52. BRISTOW LJ; THORN L; TRICKLEBANK MD; HUTSON PH
      COMPETITIVE NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS ATTENUATE THE BEHAVIORAL AND NEUROCHEMICAL EFFECTS OF AMPHETAMINE IN MICE

      European journal of pharmacology
    53. SHARKEY J; RITCHIE IM; BUTCHER SP; KELLY JS
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF COMPETITIVE (CGS19755) AND NONCOMPETITIVE (MK-801) NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS UPON LOCAL CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW AND LOCAL CEREBRAL GLUCOSE-UTILIZATION IN THE RAT

      Brain research
    54. MCFARLANE C; WARNER DS; DEXTER F; TODD MM
      GLUTAMATERGIC ANTAGONISM - EFFECTS ON LIDOCAINE-INDUCED SEIZURES IN THE RAT

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    55. BARON SP; WOODS JH
      EFFECTS OF PHENCYCLIDINE AND DIZOCILPINE ON NMDA-INDUCED, KAINATE-INDUCED AND WATER DEPRIVATION-INDUCED DRINKING IN PIGEONS

      Behavioural pharmacology
    56. SANSOM AJ; DARLINGTON CL; SMITH PF
      COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF PRETREATMENT WITH COMPETITIVE OR NONCOMPETITIVE NMDA ANTAGONISTS ON VESTIBULAR COMPENSATION

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    57. LEHMANN JC; PROCUREUR D; WOOD PL
      7-CHLOROKYNURENATE PREVENTS NMDA-INDUCED AND KAINATE-INDUCED STRIATALLESIONS

      Brain research


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