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    1. Takakusaki, K; Kohyama, J; Matsuyama, K; Mori, S
      Medullary reticulospinal tract mediating the generalized motor inhibition in cats: Parallel inhibitory mechanisms acting on motoneurons and on interneuronal transmission in reflex pathways

      NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Power, AE; Roozendaal, B; McGaugh, JL
      Glucocorticoid enhancement of memory consolidation in the rat is blocked by muscarinic receptor antagonism in the basolateral amygdala

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Rossner, S; Schliebs, R; Bigl, V
      Intracerebroventricular infusion of CHO5, a rat monoclonal antibody directed against mouse low-affinity nerve growth factor receptor (p75NTR), specifically labels basal forebrain cholinergic neurons in mouse brain

      METABOLIC BRAIN DISEASE
    4. Detari, L
      Tonic and phasic influence of basal forebrain unit activity on the cortical EEG

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    5. Bickford, ME; Ramcharan, E; Godwin, DW; Erisir, A; Gnadt, J; Sherman, SM
      Neurotransmitters contained in the subcortical extraretinal inputs to the monkey lateral geniculate nucleus

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    6. Privou, C; Li, JS; Hasenohrl, RU; Huston, JP
      Enhanced learning by posttrial injection of H-1- but not H-2-histaminergicantagonists into the nucleus basalis magnocellularis region

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MEMORY
    7. YAJEYA J; JUAN AD; BAJO VM; RIOLOBOS AS; HEREDIA M; CRIADO JM
      MUSCARINIC ACTIVATION OF A NONSELECTIVE CATIONIC CONDUCTANCE IN PYRAMIDAL NEURONS IN RAT BASOLATERAL AMYGDALA

      Neuroscience
    8. Rhee, JS; Ishibashi, H; Akaike, N
      Calcium channels in the GABAergic presynaptic nerve terminals projecting to Meynert neurons of the rat

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    9. Erro, E; Lanciego, JL; Gimenez-Amaya, JM
      Relationships between thalamostriatal neurons and pedunculopontine projections to the thalamus: a neuroanatomical tract-tracing study in the rat

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    10. CHAPMAN S; MICHAELSON DM
      SPECIFIC NEUROCHEMICAL DERANGEMENTS OF BRAIN PROJECTING NEURONS IN APOLIPOPROTEIN E-DEFICIENT MICE

      Journal of neurochemistry
    11. CHRISTENSEN MK; FREDERICKSON CJ
      ZINC-CONTAINING AFFERENT-PROJECTIONS TO THE RAT CORTICOMEDIAL AMYGDALOID COMPLEX - A RETROGRADE TRACING STUDY

      Journal of comparative neurology
    12. VANDERZEE EA; ROOZENDAAL B; BOHUS B; KOOLHAAS JM; LUITEN PGM
      MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE AMYGDALA .1. CELLULAR-DISTRIBUTION CORRELATED WITH FEAR-INDUCED BEHAVIOR

      Neuroscience
    13. SIGURDSSON EM; LEE JM; DONG XW; HEJNA MJ; LORENS SA
      BILATERAL INJECTIONS OF AMYLOID-BETA-25-35 INTO THE AMYGDALA OF YOUNGFISCHER RATS - BEHAVIORAL, NEUROCHEMICAL, AND TIME-DEPENDENT HISTOPATHOLOGICAL EFFECTS

      Neurobiology of aging
    14. KUROSAWA M; SAKIYAMA Y; SATO A; UCHIDA S
      INNOCUOUS MECHANICAL STIMULATION OF THE HINDLIMB SKIN INCREASES EXTRACELLULAR RELEASE OF ACETYLCHOLINE IN THE CEREBRAL-CORTEX IN CONSCIOUS RATS

      Biogenic amines
    15. SANTUCCI AC; KNOTT PJ; HAROUTUNIAN V
      5,7-DHT-INDUCED LESIONS OF THE NUCLEUS BASALIS OR FRONTAL-CORTEX DO NOT BLOCK PASSIVE-AVOIDANCE RETENTION IMPAIRMENTS PRODUCED BY P-CHLOROAMPHETAMINE IN RATS

      Psychobiology
    16. RIEKKINEN P; KUITUNEN J; RIEKKINEN M
      EFFECTS OF SCOPOLAMINE INFUSIONS INTO THE ANTERIOR AND POSTERIOR CINGULATE ON PASSIVE-AVOIDANCE AND WATER MAZE NAVIGATION

      Brain research
    17. WELLMAN CL; SENGELAUB DR
      ALTERATIONS IN DENDRITIC MORPHOLOGY OF FRONTAL CORTICAL-NEURONS AFTERBASAL FOREBRAIN LESIONS IN ADULT AND AGED RATS

      Brain research
    18. RIDLEY RM; BAKER HF; ANNETT LE; DUNNETT SB; TORRES EM; FINE A
      BEHAVIORAL-ASSESSMENT OF THE ABILITY OF INTRACEREBRAL EMBRYONIC NEURAL TISSUE GRAFTS TO AMELIORATE THE EFFECTS OF BRAIN-DAMAGE IN MARMOSETS

      Molecular neurobiology
    19. KUROSAWA M; SAKIYAMA Y; SATO A; UCHIDA S
      INNOCUOUS MECHANICAL STIMULATION OF THE HINDLIMB SKIN INCREASES EXTRACELLULAR RELEASE OF ACETYLCHOLINE IN THE CEREBRAL-CORTEX IN CONSCIOUS RATS

      Biogenic amines
    20. LORENZINI CA; BALDI E; BUCHERELLI C; TASSONI G
      POST-TRAINING NUCLEUS BASALIS MAGNOCELLULARIS FUNCTIONAL TETRODOTOXINBLOCKADE EFFECTS ON PASSIVE-AVOIDANCE CONSOLIDATION IN THE RAT

      Behavioural brain research
    21. RABIZADEH S; BITLER CM; BUTCHER LL; BREDESEN DE
      EXPRESSION OF THE LOW-AFFINITY NERVE GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR ENHANCES BETA-AMYLOID PEPTIDE TOXICITY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    22. RABIZADEH S; BITLER CM; BUTCHER LL; BREDESEN DE
      EXPRESSION OF THE LOW-AFFINITY NERVE GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR ENHANCES BETA-AMYLOID PEPTIDE TOXICITY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    23. ILLING RB; GRAYBIEL AM
      PATTERN-FORMATION IN THE DEVELOPING SUPERIOR COLLICULUS - ONTOGENY OFTHE PERIODIC ARCHITECTURE IN THE INTERMEDIATE LAYERS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    24. DESOUSA NJ; BENINGER RJ; JHAMANDAS K; BOEGMAN RJ
      STIMULATION OF GABA(B) RECEPTORS IN THE BASAL FOREBRAIN SELECTIVELY IMPAIRS WORKING-MEMORY OF RATS IN THE DOUBLE Y-MAZE

      Brain research
    25. INGLES JL; BENINGER RJ; JHAMANDAS K; BOEGMAN RJ
      SCOPOLAMINE INJECTED INTO THE RAT AMYGDALA IMPAIRS WORKING-MEMORY IN THE DOUBLE Y-MAZE

      Brain research bulletin
    26. OHNO M; YAMAMOTO T; WATANABE S
      AMYGDALOID NMDA AND MUSCARINIC RECEPTORS INVOLVED IN WORKING-MEMORY PERFORMANCE OF RATS

      Physiology & behavior
    27. MILLER JW; GRAY BC; TURNER GM; BARDGETT ME
      AN ASCENDING SEIZURE-CONTROLLING PATHWAY IN THE MEDIAL BRAIN-STEM ANDTHALAMUS

      Experimental neurology


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