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    1. Tohei, A; Suda, S; Taya, K; Hashimoto, T; Kogo, H
      Bisphenol A inhibits testicular functions and increases luteinizing hormone secretion in adult male rats

      EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
    2. Beylin, AV; Gandhi, CC; Wood, GE; Talk, AC; Matzel, LD; Shors, TJ
      The role of the hippocampus in trace conditioning: Temporal discontinuity or task difficulty?

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MEMORY
    3. Wallenstein, GV; Vago, DR
      Intrahippocampal scopolamine impairs both acquisition and consolidation ofcontextual fear conditioning

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MEMORY
    4. McKinney, EC; Kandasamy, MK; Meagher, RB
      Small changes in the regulation of one Arabidopsis profilin isovariant, PRF1, Alter seedling development

      PLANT CELL
    5. Somers, DE
      Clock-associated genes in Arabidopsis: a family affair

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    6. Putterill, J
      Flowering in time: genes controlling photoperiodic flowering in Arabidopsis

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    7. Carre, IA
      Day-length perception and the photoperiodic regulation of flowering in Arabidopsis

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS
    8. Knuttinen, MG; Power, JM; Preston, AR; Disterhoft, JF
      Awareness in classical differential eyeblink conditioning in young and aging humans

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Suwalsky, M; Ungerer, B; Villena, F; Norris, B; Cardenas, H; Zatta, P
      Effects of AlCl3 on toad skin, human erythrocytes, and model cell membranes

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    10. Welzl, H; D'Adamo, P; Lipp, HP
      Conditioned taste aversion as a learning and memory paradigm

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    11. Johnson, CH
      Endogenous timekeepers in photosynthetic organisms

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Liu, JY; Yu, JP; McIntosh, L; Kende, H; Zeevaart, JAD
      Isolation of a CONSTANS ortholog from Pharbitis nil and its role in flowering

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Golden, SS; Strayer, C
      Time for plants. Progress in plant chronobiology

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Tepperman, JM; Zhu, T; Chang, HS; Wang, X; Quail, PH
      Multiple transcription-factor genes are early targets of phytochrome A signaling

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    15. Ralph, RJ; Paulus, MP; Geyer, MA
      Strain-specific effects of amphetamine on prepulse inhibition and patternsof locomotor behavior in mice

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    16. Zhao, SP; Fields, PA; Sherwood, OD
      Evidence that relaxin inhibits apoptosis in the cervix and the vagina during the second half of pregnancy in the rat

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    17. Reeves, PH; Coupland, G
      Response of plant development to environment: control of flowering by daylength and temperature

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    18. Murtas, G; Millar, AJ
      How plants tell the time

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    19. Lin, CT
      Plant blue-light receptors

      TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE
    20. Quail, PH
      Phytochrome-interacting factors

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    21. Wang, RC; Guegler, K; LaBrie, ST; Crawford, NM
      Genomic analysis of a nutrient response in arabidopsis reveals diverse expression patterns and novel metabolic and potential regulatory genes inducedby nitrate

      PLANT CELL
    22. Onouchi, H; Igeno, MI; Perilleux, C; Graves, K; Coupland, G
      Mutagenesis of plants overexpressing CONSTANS demonstrates novel interactions among Arabidopsis flowering-time genes

      PLANT CELL
    23. Kiyosue, T; Wada, M
      LKP1 (LOV kelch protein 1): a factor involved in the regulation of flowering time in Arabidopsis

      PLANT JOURNAL
    24. Commissaris, RL; Tavakoli-Nezhad, M; Barron, AJ; Pitts, DK
      Effects of chronic low-level oral lead exposure on prepulse inhibition of acoustic startle in the rat

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY AND TERATOLOGY
    25. LoPachin, RM
      Redefining toxic distal axonopathies

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    26. 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
    27. Munera, A; Gruart, A; Munoz, MD; Delgado-Garcia, JM
      Scopolamine impairs information processing in the hippocampus and performance of a learned eyeblink response in alert cats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    28. Samach, A; Coupland, G
      Time measurement and the control of flowering in plants

      BIOESSAYS
    29. Somers, DE; Schultz, TF; Milnamow, M; Kay, SA
      ZEITLUPE encodes a novel clock-associated PAS protein from Arabidopsis

      CELL
    30. Nelson, DC; Lasswell, J; Rogg, LE; Cohen, MA; Bartel, B
      FKF1, a clock-controlled gene that regulates the transition to flowering in Arabidopsis

      CELL
    31. LoPachin, RM; Lehning, EJ; Opanashuk, LA; Jortner, BS
      Rate of neurotoxicant exposure determines morphologic manifestations of distal axonopathy

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    32. Martinez-Garcia, JF; Huq, E; Quail, PH
      Direct targeting of light signals to a promoter element-bound transcription factor

      SCIENCE
    33. Lin, CT
      Photoreceptors and regulation of flowering time

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    34. Weigel, D; Ahn, JH; Blazquez, MA; Borevitz, JO; Christensen, SK; Fankhauser, C; Ferrandiz, C; Kardailsky, I; Malancharuvil, EJ; Neff, MM; Nguyen, JT; Sato, S; Wang, ZY; Xia, YJ; Dixon, RA; Harrison, MJ; Lamb, CJ; Yanofsky, MF; Chory, J
      Activation tagging in Arabidopsis

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    35. Blazquez, MA
      Flower development pathways

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    36. Jones, CK; Shannon, HE
      Effects of scopolamine in comparison with apomorphine and phencyclidine onprepulse inhibition in rats

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    37. Pelicic, V; Reyrat, JM; Sartori, L; Pagliaccia, C; Rappuoli, R; Telford, JL; Montecucco, C; Papini, E
      Helicobacter pylori VacA cytotoxin associated with the bacteria increases epithelial permeability independently of its vacuolating activity

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    38. Deng, XW; Quail, PH
      Signalling in light-controlled development

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    39. Simpson, GG; Gendall, AR; Dean, C
      When to switch to flowering

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF CELL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    40. Rose, A; Meier, I; Wienand, U
      The tomato I-box binding factor LeMYBI is a member of a novel class of Myb-like proteins

      PLANT JOURNAL
    41. Kehoe, EJ; Weidemann, G
      Within-stimulus competition in trace conditioning of the rabbit's nictitating membrane response

      PSYCHOBIOLOGY
    42. Weiss, C; Knuttinen, MG; Power, JM; Patel, RI; O'Connor, MS; Disterhoft, JF
      Trace eyeblink conditioning in the freely moving rat: Optimizing the conditioning parameters

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    43. Martin-Iverson, MT
      Does sensitization occur to prepulse inhibition of the startle reflex effects of repeated apomorphine treatments in rats?

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    44. Cashmore, AR; Jarillo, JA; Wu, YJ; Liu, DM
      Cryptochromes: Blue light receptors for plants and animals

      SCIENCE
    45. Meloni, EG; Davis, M
      Enhancement of the acoustic startle response in rats by the dopamine D-1 receptor agonist SKF 82958

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    46. MYERS CE; ERMITA BR; HASSELMO M; GLUCK MA
      FURTHER IMPLICATIONS OF A COMPUTATIONAL MODEL OF SEPTOHIPPOCAMPAL CHOLINERGIC MODULATION IN EYEBLINK CONDITIONING

      Psychobiology
    47. STYS PK; LOPACHIN RM
      MECHANISMS OF CALCIUM AND SODIUM FLUXES IN ANOXIC MYELINATED CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM AXONS

      Neuroscience
    48. LEHNING EJ; PERSAUD A; DYER KR; JORTNER BS; LOPACHIN RM
      BIOCHEMICAL AND MORPHOLOGIC CHARACTERIZATION OF ACRYLAMIDE PERIPHERALNEUROPATHY

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    49. SRINIVAS SK; SAMPLE JT; SIXBEY JW
      SPONTANEOUS LOSS OF VIRAL EPISOMES ACCOMPANYING EPSTEIN-BARR-VIRUS REACTIVATION IN A BURKITTS-LYMPHOMA CELL-LINE

      The Journal of infectious diseases
    50. BURGER LL; SHERWOOD OD
      RELAXIN INCREASES THE ACCUMULATION OF NEW EPITHELIAL AND STROMAL CELLS IN THE RAT CERVIX DURING THE 2ND HALF OF PREGNANCY

      Endocrinology
    51. SHERWOOD OD; JUNGHEIM ES; MASFERRER JL; CRAMER JM
      EVIDENCE THAT RELAXINS EFFECTS ON GROWTH AND SOFTENING OF THE CERVIX ARE NOT MEDIATED THROUGH PROSTAGLANDINS IN THE RAT

      Endocrinology
    52. ZHAO S; SHERWOOD OD
      MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES SPECIFIC FOR RAT RELAXIN - X - ENDOGENOUS RELAXIN INDUCES CHANGES IN THE HISTOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE RAT VAGINA DURING THE 2ND HALF OF PREGNANCY

      Endocrinology
    53. LUQUE EH; DETORO MMM; RAMOS JG; RODRIGUEZ HA; SHERWOOD OD
      ROLE OF RELAXIN AND ESTROGEN IN THE CONTROL OF EOSINOPHILIC INVASION AND COLLAGEN REMODELING IN RAT CERVICAL TISSUE AT TERM

      Biology of reproduction
    54. SEARS LL; STEINMETZ JE
      EFFECTS OF HALOPERIDOL ON SENSORY PROCESSING IN THE HIPPOCAMPUS DURING CLASSICAL EYEBLINK CONDITIONING

      Psychopharmacology
    55. RAZZOUK BI; SRINIVAS S; SAMPLE CE; SINGH V; SIXBEY JW
      EPSTEIN-BARR-VIRUS DNA RECOMBINATION AND LOSS IN SPORADIC BURKITTS-LYMPHOMA

      The Journal of infectious diseases
    56. HWANG JJ; LIN SW; TENG CH; KE FC; LEE MT
      RELAXIN MODULATES THE OVULATORY PROCESS AND INCREASES SECRETION OF DIFFERENT GELATINASES FROM GRANULOSA AND THECA-INTERSTITIAL CELLS IN RATS

      Biology of reproduction
    57. YAO GQ; TSAI CH; CHENG YC
      CHARACTERIZATION OF SUBLINES OF EPSTEIN-BARR-VIRUS PRODUCING HR-1 CELLS AND ITS IMPLICATION IN VIRUS PROPAGATION IN CULTURE

      Virus genes
    58. LAFERRIERE A; ERTUG F; MOSS IR
      PRENATAL COCAINE ALTERS OPEN-FIELD BEHAVIOR IN YOUNG SWINE

      Neurotoxicology and teratology
    59. GABRIELI JDE; CARRILLO MC; CERMAK LS; MCGLINCHEYBERROTH R; GLUCK MA; DISTERHOFT JF
      INTACT DELAY-EYEBLINK CLASSICAL-CONDITIONING IN AMNESIA

      Behavioral neuroscience
    60. HEYSER CJ; SPEAR NE; SPEAR LP
      EFFECTS OF PRENATAL EXPOSURE TO COCAINE ON MORRIS WATER MAZE PERFORMANCE IN ADULT-RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    61. GEWIRTZ JC; DAVIS M
      HABITUATION OF PREPULSE INHIBITION OF THE STARTLE REFLEX USING AN AUDITORY PREPULSE CLOSE TO BACKGROUND-NOISE

      Behavioral neuroscience
    62. PERRETT SP; MAUK MD
      EXTINCTION OF CONDITIONED EYELID RESPONSES REQUIRES THE ANTERIOR LOBEOF CEREBELLAR CORTEX

      The Journal of neuroscience
    63. MONTALVO EA; COTTAM M; HILL S; WANG YCJ
      YY1 BINDS TO AND REGULATES CIS-ACTING NEGATIVE ELEMENTS IN THE EPSTEIN-BARR-VIRUS BZLF1 PROMOTER

      Journal of virology
    64. ZHAO SP; MALMGREN CH; SHANKS RD; SHERWOOD OD
      MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES SPECIFIC FOR RAT RELAXIN .8. PASSIVE-IMMUNIZATION WITH MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES THROUGHOUT THE 2ND HALF OF PREGNANCY REDUCES WATER-CONSUMPTION IN RATS

      Endocrinology
    65. KUENZI MJ; SHERWOOD OD
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OF SPECIFIC RELAXIN-BINDING CELLS INTHE CERVIX, MAMMARY-GLANDS, AND NIPPLES OF PREGNANT RATS

      Endocrinology
    66. BURGER LL; SHERWOOD OD
      EVIDENCE THAT CELLULAR PROLIFERATION CONTRIBUTES TO RELAXIN-INDUCED GROWTH OF BOTH THE VAGINA AND THE CERVIX IN THE PREGNANT RAT

      Endocrinology
    67. LEHNING EJ; DOSHI R; STYS PK; LOPACHIN RM
      MECHANISMS OF INJURY-INDUCED CALCIUM-ENTRY INTO PERIPHERAL-NERVE MYELINATED AXONS - IN-VITRO ANOXIA AND OUABAIN EXPOSURE

      Brain research
    68. TAYLOR MK; ISON JR; SCHWARZKOPF SB
      EFFECTS OF SINGLE AND REPEATED EXPOSURE TO APOMORPHINE ON THE ACOUSTIC STARTLE REFLEX AND ITS INHIBITION BY A VISUAL PREPULSE

      Psychopharmacology
    69. VARTY GB; HIGGINS GA
      DIFFERENCES BETWEEN 3 RAT STRAINS IN SENSITIVITY TO PREPULSE INHIBITION OF AN ACOUSTIC STARTLE RESPONSE - INFLUENCE OF APOMORPHINE AND PHENCYCLIDINE PRETREATMENT

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    70. LOPACHIN RM; LEHNING EJ
      ACRYLAMIDE-INDUCED DISTAL AXON DEGENERATION - A PROPOSED MECHANISM OFACTION

      Neurotoxicology
    71. LEHNING EJ; LOPACHIN RM; MATHEW J; EICHBERG J
      CHANCES IN NA-K ATPASE AND PROTEIN-KINASE-C ACTIVITIES IN PERIPHERAL-NERVE OF ACRYLAMIDE-TREATED RATS

      Journal of toxicology and environmental health
    72. BEUZEN A; BELZUNG C; ROULLET P
      DRUG EFFECTS IN A RADIAL MAZE DESIGNED FOR DISSOCIATION OF CUES USED BY MICE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    73. COLMENERO MD; DIAZ B; MORENO ML; ESQUIFINO A; MARIN B
      EFFECT OF CONTINUOUS LIGHT AND MELATONIN ON THE SEXUAL-MATURATION OF THE FEMALE RAT

      Revista Espanola de Fisiologia
    74. PATTON DF; RIBEIRO RC; JENKINS JJ; SIXBEY JW
      THYMIC CARCINOMA WITH A DEFECTIVE EPSTEIN-BARR-VIRUS ENCODING THE BZLF1 TRANSACTIVATOR

      The Journal of infectious diseases
    75. HOFFMAN DC; DONOVAN H
      D-1 AND D-2 DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS REVERSE PREPULSE INHIBITIONDEFICITS IN AN ANIMAL-MODEL OF SCHIZOPHRENIA

      Psychopharmacology
    76. QUINLIVAN EB; HOLLEYGUTHRIE EA; NORRIS M; GUTSCH D; BACHENHEIMER SL; KENNEY SC
      DIRECT BRLF1 BINDING IS REQUIRED FOR COOPERATIVE BZLF1 BRLF1 ACTIVATION OF THE EPSTEIN-BARR-VIRUS EARLY PROMOTER, BMRF1/

      Nucleic acids research
    77. QUINLIVAN EB; HOLLEYGUTHRIE EA; NORRIS M; GUTSCH D; BACHENHEIMER SL; KENNEY SC
      DIRECT BRLF1 BINDING IS REQUIRED FOR COOPERATIVE BZLF1 BRLF1 ACTIVATION OF THE EPSTEIN-BARR-VIRUS EARLY PROMOTER, BMRF1 (VOL 21, PG 1999, 1993)/

      Nucleic acids research
    78. SCHWARZKOPF SB; BRUNO JP; MITRA T
      EFFECTS OF HALOPERIDOL AND SCH 23390 ON ACOUSTIC STARTLE AND PREPULSEINHIBITION UNDER BASAL AND STIMULATED CONDITIONS

      Progress in neuro-psychopharmacology & biological psychiatry
    79. GEYER MA; WILKINSON LS; HUMBY T; ROBBINS TW
      ISOLATION REARING OF RATS PRODUCES A DEFICIT IN PREPULSE INHIBITION OF ACOUSTIC STARTLE SIMILAR TO THAT IN SCHIZOPHRENIA

      Biological psychiatry


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