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    1. Montanez, S; Kline, AE; Selwyn, AP; Suozzi, JC; Butler, SE; Hernandez, TD
      Vigabatrin directed against kindled seizures following cortical insult: Impact on epileptogenesis and somatosensory recovery

      JOURNAL OF NEUROTRAUMA
    2. Martinez, D; Hwang, DR; Mawlawi, O; Slifstein, M; Kent, J; Simpson, N; Parsey, RV; Hashimoto, T; Huang, YY; Shinn, A; Van Heertum, R; Abi-Dargham, A; Caltabiano, S; Malizia, A; Cowley, H; Mann, JJ; Laruelle, M
      Differential occupancy of somatodendritic and postsynaptic 5HT(1A) receptors by pindolol: A dose-occupancy study with [C-11]WAY 100635 and positron emission tomography in humans

      NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    3. Grunze, H; Langosch, J; Schirrmacher, K; Bingmann, D; Von Wegerer, J; Walden, J
      Kava pyrones exert effects on neuronal transmission and transmembraneous cation currents similar to established mood stabilizers - A review

      PROGRESS IN NEURO-PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY & BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    4. Caicoya, AG; Beneytez, ML; Delgado, M; Manzanares, J; Lopez-Rodriguez, ML; Benhamu, B; Morcillo, MJ; Pozo, MA; Rubia, FJ; Fuentes, JA
      Biochemical, electrophysiological and neurohormonal studies with B-20991, a selective 5-HT1A receptor agonist

      PHARMACOLOGY
    5. Jeong, HJ; Han, SH; Min, BI; Cho, YW
      5-HT1A receptor-mediated activation of G-protein-gated inwardly rectifyingK+ current in rat periaqueductal gray neurons

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    6. Gobbi, G; Murphy, DL; Lesch, KP; Blier, P
      Modifications of the serotonergic system in mice lacking serotonin transporters: An in vivo electrophysiological study

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    7. Stewart, AE; Foehring, RC
      Effects of spike parameters and neuromodulators on action potential waveform-induced calcium entry into pyramidal neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    8. Yamada, K; Hasuo, H; Ishimatsu, M; Akasu, T
      Characterization of outward currents induced by 5-HT in neurons of rat dorsolateral septal nucleus

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    9. Parsons, LH; Kerr, TM; Tecott, LH
      5-HT1A receptor mutant mice exhibit enhanced tonic, stress-induced and fluoxetine-induced serotonergic neurotransmission

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    10. Sakai, K; Crochet, S
      Increase in antidromic excitability in presumed serotonergic dorsal raphe neurons during paradoxical sleep in the cat

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    11. Bazyan, AS; Zhulin, VV; Karpova, MN; Klishina, NY; Glebov, RN
      Long-term reduction of benzodiazepine receptor density in the rat cerebellum by acute seizures and kindling and its recovery 6 months later by a pentylenetetrazole challenge

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    12. Heidenreich, BA; Rebec, GV
      Effects of crus cerebri lesions and repeated amphetamine treatment on the activity of nigral dopaminergic neurons

      SYNAPSE
    13. Kalsner, S
      The question of feedback at the somadendritic region and antidepressant drug action

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    14. Bellingham, MC; Funk, GD
      Cholinergic modulation of respiratory brain-stem neurons and its function in sleep-awake state determination

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PHARMACOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    15. Hjorth, S; Bengtsson, HJ; Kullberg, A; Carlzon, D; Peilot, H; Auerbach, SB
      Serotonin autoreceptor function and antidepressant drug action

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    16. Yamada, K; Hasuo, H; Murakami, C; Yasaka, Y; Fujimura, T; Akasu, T
      5-Hydroxytryptamine-induced outward currents mediated via 5-HT1A receptorsin neurons of the rat dorsolateral septal nucleus

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    17. Raap, DK; DonCarlos, L; Garcia, F; Muma, NA; Wolf, WA; Battaglia, G; Van de Kar, LD
      Estrogen desensitizes 5-HT1A receptors and reduces levels of G(z), G(i1) and G(i3) proteins in the hypothalamus

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    18. Harkins, AB; Dlouhy, S; Ghetti, B; Cahill, AL; Won, L; Heller, B; Heller, A; Fox, AP
      Evidence of elevated intracellular calcium levels in weaver homozygote mice

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    19. Rasmussen, K; Calligaro, DO; Czachura, JF; Dreshfield-Ahmad, LJ; Evans, DC; Hemrick-Luecke, SK; Kallman, MJ; Kendrick, WT; Leander, JD; Nelson, DL; Overshiner, CD; Wainscott, DB; Wolff, MC; Wong, DT; Branchek, TA; Zgombick, JM; Xu, YC
      The novel 5-hydroxytryptamine(1A) antagonist LY426965: effects on nicotinewithdrawal and interactions with fluoxetine

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    20. Riad, N; Garcia, S; Watkins, KC; Jodoin, N; Doucet, E; Langlois, X; El Mestikawy, S; Hamon, M; Descarries, L
      Somatodendritic localization of 5-HT1A and preterminal axonal localizationof 5-HT1B serotonin receptors in adult rat brain

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    21. Sim-Selley, LJ; Vogt, LJ; Xiao, RY; Childers, SR; Selley, DE
      Region-specific changes in 5-HT1A receptor-activated G-proteins in rat brain following chronic buspirone

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    22. North, RA
      Twelfth Gaddum Memorial Lecture - University of London Institute of Education - December 1988 - Drug receptors and the inhibition of nerve cells

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    23. Brambilla, A; Baschirotto, A; Grippa, N; Borsini, F
      Effect of flibanserin (BIMT 17), fluoxetine, 8-OH-DPAT and buspirone on serotonin synthesis in rat brain

      EUROPEAN NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    24. Beique, JC; De Montigny, C; Blier, P; Debonnel, G
      Venlafaxine: Discrepancy between in vivo 5-HT and NE reuptake blockade andaffinity for reuptake sites

      SYNAPSE
    25. Bancila, M; Verge, D; Rampin, O; Backstrom, JR; Sanders-Bush, E; McKenna, KE; Marson, L; Calas, A; Giuliano, F
      5-hydroxytryptamine(2C) receptors on spinal neurons controlling penile erection in the rat

      NEUROSCIENCE
    26. Maloney, KJ; Mainville, L; Jones, BE
      Differential c-Fos expression in cholinergic, monoaminergic, and GABAergiccell groups of the pontomesencephalic tegmentum after paradoxical sleep deprivation and recovery

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    27. Heinrich, R; Cromarty, SI; Horner, M; Edwards, DH; Kravitz, EA
      Autoinhibition of serotonin cells: An intrinsic regulatory mechanism sensitive to the pattern of usage of the cells

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    28. Hwang, LL; Dun, NJ
      5-HT modulates multiple conductances in immature rat rostral ventrolateralmedulla neurones in vitro

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    29. Fitzgerald, KK; Sanes, DH
      Serotonergic modulation of synapses in the developing gerbil lateral superior olive

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    30. Stork, O; Welzl, H; Wotjak, CT; Hoyer, D; Delling, M; Cremer, H; Schachner, M
      Anxiety and increased 5-HT1A receptor response in NCAM null mutant mice

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    31. Liegeois, JF; Seutin, V; Scuvee-Moreau, J; Dresse, A; Bruhwyler, J; Geczy, J; Delarge, J; Damas, J
      Effects of JL 3, a putative antidepressant, on rat noradrenergic and serotonergic systems

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    32. Newman-Tancredi, A; Rivet, JM; Chaput, C; Touzard, M; Verriele, L; Millan, MJ
      The 5HT(1A) receptor ligand, S15535, antagonises G-protein activation: a [S-35]GTP gamma S and [H-3]S15535 autoradiography study

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    33. Nakazawa, K; Ohno, Y
      Block by 5-hydroxytryptamine and apomorphine of recombinant human neuronalnicotinic receptors

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    34. Joyce, MP; Carden, SE
      The effects of 8-OH-DPAT and (+/-)-pindolol on isolation-induced ultrasonic vocalizations in 3-, 10-, and 14-day-old rats

      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOBIOLOGY
    35. Gartside, SE; Clifford, EM; Cowen, PJ; Sharp, T
      Effects of (-)-tertatolol, (-)-penbutolol and (+/-)-pindolol in combination with paroxetine on presynaptic 5-HT function: an in vivo microdialysis and electrophysiological study

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    36. Hajos, M; Hajos-Korcsok, E; Sharp, T
      Role of the medial prefrontal cortex in 5-HT1A receptor-induced inhibitionof 5-HT neuronal activity in the rat

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    37. DIMASCIO M; DIGIOVANNI G; DIMATTEO V; PRISCO S; ESPOSITO E
      SELECTIVE SEROTONIN REUPTAKE INHIBITORS REDUCE THE SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY OF DOPAMINERGIC-NEURONS IN THE VENTRAL TEGMENTAL AREA

      Brain research bulletin
    38. HERTEL P; LINDBLOM N; NOMIKOS GG; SVENSSON TH
      MODULATION OF CENTRAL SEROTONERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION BY RISPERIDONE -UNDERLYING MECHANISM[S] AND SIGNIFICANCE OF ACTION

      Progress in neuro-psychopharmacology & biological psychiatry
    39. Dimitriou, EC; Dimitriou, CE
      Buspirone augmentation of antidepressant therapy

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    40. LI XY; RAINNIE DG; MCCARLEY RW; GREENE RW
      PRESYNAPTIC NICOTINIC RECEPTORS FACILITATE MONOAMINERGIC TRANSMISSION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    41. PARK D; DUNLAP K
      DYNAMIC REGULATION OF CALCIUM INFLUX BY G-PROTEINS, ACTION-POTENTIAL WAVE-FORM, AND NEURONAL FIRING FREQUENCY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    42. VOGEL G; COHEN J; MULLIS D; KENSLER T; KAPLITA S
      NEFAZODONE AND REM-SLEEP - HOW DO ANTIDEPRESSANT DRUGS DECREASE REM-SLEEP

      Sleep
    43. BAZYAN AS; ZHULIN VV; KARPOVA MN; KLISHINA NY; GLEBOV RN
      CHARACTERISTICS OF BENZODIAZEPINE RECEPTO RS IN THE CEREBELLUM OF RATS 6 MONTHS AFTER CORAZOL KINDLING AND REPEATED SEIZURES

      Zurnal vyssej nervnoj deatelnosti im. I.P. Pavlova
    44. BAZYAN AS; ZHULIN VV; KARPOVA MN; KLISHINA NY; GLEBOV RN
      CHARACTERISTICS OF BENZODIAZEPINE RECEPTO RS IN RAT CEREBELLUM AFTER DEVELOPMENT OF KORAZOL SEIZURES AND KINDLING

      Zurnal vyssej nervnoj deatelnosti im. I.P. Pavlova
    45. ARIMA J; KUBO C; ISHIBASHI H; AKAIKE N
      ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTOR-MEDIATED POTASSIUM CURRENTS IN ACUTELY DISSOCIATED RAT LOCUS-COERULEUS NEURONS

      Journal of physiology
    46. HWANG LL; DUN NJ
      5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE RESPONSES IN IMMATURE RAT ROSTRAL VENTROLATERAL MEDULLA NEURONS IN-VITRO

      Journal of neurophysiology
    47. LI YW; GUYENET PG; BAYLISS DA
      VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT CALCIUM CURRENTS IN BULBOSPINAL NEURONS OF NEONATALRAT ROSTRAL VENTROLATERAL MEDULLA - MODULATION BY ALPHA(2)-ADRENERGICRECEPTORS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    48. FOX AP; DLOUHY S; GHETTI B; HURLEY JH; NUCIFORA PGP; NELSON DJ; WON L; HELLER A
      ALTERED RESPONSES TO POTASSIUM IN CEREBELLAR NEURONS FROM WEAVER HETEROZYGOTE MICE

      Experimental Brain Research
    49. WATANABE K; MINABE Y; ASHBY CR; KATSUMORI H
      EFFECT OF ACUTE ADMINISTRATION OF VARIOUS 5-HT RECEPTOR AGONISTS ON FOCAL HIPPOCAMPAL SEIZURES IN FREELY MOVING RATS

      European journal of pharmacology
    50. CORRADETTI R; LAARIS N; HANOUN N; LAPORTE AM; LEPOUL E; HAMON M; LANFUMEY L
      ANTAGONIST PROPERTIES OF (-)-PINDOLOL AND WAY-100635 AT SOMATODENDRITIC AND POSTSYNAPTIC 5-HT1A RECEPTORS IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    51. RASMUSSEN K; KALLMAN MJ; HELTON DR
      SEROTONIN-1A ANTAGONISTS ATTENUATE THE EFFECTS OF NICOTINE WITHDRAWALON THE AUDITORY STARTLE RESPONSE

      Synapse
    52. SIM LJ; XIAO RY; CHILDERS SR
      IN-VITRO AUTORADIOGRAPHIC LOCALIZATION OF 5-HT1A RECEPTOR-ACTIVATED G-PROTEINS IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      Brain research bulletin
    53. PISTIS M; MUNTONI AL; GESSA G; DIANA M
      EFFECTS OF ACUTE, CHRONIC ETHANOL AND WITHDRAWAL ON DORSAL RAPHE NEURONS - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES

      Neuroscience
    54. MORET C; BRILEY M
      EX-VIVO INHIBITORY EFFECT OF THE 5-HT UPTAKE BLOCKER CITALOPRAM ON 5-HT SYNTHESIS

      Journal of neural transmission
    55. MONGEAU R; BLIER P; DEMONTIGNY C
      THE SEROTONERGIC AND NORADRENERGIC SYSTEMS OF THE HIPPOCAMPUS - THEIRINTERACTIONS AND THE EFFECTS OF ANTIDEPRESSANT TREATMENTS

      Brain research reviews
    56. KIM JA; GILLESPIE RA; DRUSE MJ
      EFFECTS OF MATERNAL ETHANOL-CONSUMPTION AND BUSPIRONE TREATMENT ON 5-HT1A AND 5-HT2A RECEPTORS IN OFFSPRING

      Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research
    57. SODERPALM B; ANDERSSON G; ENERBACK C; ENGEL JA
      IN-VIVO ADMINISTRATION OF THE 5-HT1A RECEPTOR AGONIST 8-OH-DPAT INTERFERES WITH BRAIN GABA(A) BENZODIAZEPINE RECEPTOR COMPLEXES/

      Neuropharmacology
    58. BRODY DL; PATIL PG; MULLE JG; SNUTCH TP; YUE DT
      BURSTS OF ACTION-POTENTIAL WAVE-FORMS RELIEVE G-PROTEIN INHIBITION OFRECOMBINANT P Q-TYPE CA2+ CHANNELS IN HEK-293 CELLS/

      Journal of physiology
    59. LI Q; MUMA NA; BATTAGLIA G; VANDEKAR LD
      A DESENSITIZATION OF HYPOTHALAMIC 5-HT1A RECEPTORS BY REPEATED INJECTIONS OF PAROXETINE - REDUCTION IN THE LEVELS OF G(I) AND G(O) PROTEINSAND NEUROENDOCRINE RESPONSES, BUT NOT IN THE DENSITY OF 5-HT1A RECEPTORS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    60. JONES SW; ELMSLIE KS
      TRANSMITTER MODULATION OF NEURONAL CALCIUM CHANNELS

      The Journal of membrane biology
    61. STANTON JA; BEER MS
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A CLONED HUMAN 5-HT1A RECEPTOR CELL-LINE USING [S-35] GTP-GAMMA-S BINDING

      European journal of pharmacology
    62. AHLEMEYER B; KRIEGLSTEIN J
      STIMULATION OF 5-HT1A RECEPTOR INHIBITS APOPTOSIS INDUCED BY SERUM DEPRIVATION IN CULTURED NEURONS FROM CHICK-EMBRYO

      Brain research
    63. REYNOLDS T; PINNOCK RD
      NEUROMEDIN-C DECREASES POTASSIUM CONDUCTANCE AND INCREASES A NONSPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE IN RAT SUPRACHIASMATIC NEURONS IN BRAIN-SLICES IN-VITRO

      Brain research
    64. RASMUSSEN K; CZACHURA JF
      NICOTINE WITHDRAWAL LEADS TO INCREASED SENSITIVITY OF SEROTONERGIC NEURONS TO THE 5-HT1A AGONIST 8-OH-DPAT

      Psychopharmacology
    65. SARGENT P; WILLIAMSON DJ; PEARSON G; ODONTIADIS J; COWEN PJ
      EFFECT OF PAROXETINE AND NEFAZODONE ON 5 H1A RECEPTOR SENSITIVITY

      Psychopharmacology
    66. GARTSIDE SE; UMBERS V; SHARP T
      INHIBITION OF 5-HT CELL FIRING IN THE DRN BY NON SELECTIVE 5-HT REUPTAKE INHIBITORS - STUDIES ON THE ROLE OF 5-HT1A AUTORECEPTORS AND NORADRENERGIC MECHANISMS

      Psychopharmacology
    67. JONESHUMBLE SA; DURCAN MJ; LYERLY D; NORTON RM; TANG FLM; RUSSELL AV; WATSON MJ; GENGO PJ; MORGAN PF; WANG CM; COOPER BR; COX RF
      PRECLINICAL NEUROCHEMICAL AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL PROFILE OF 1192U90, A POTENTIAL ANTIPSYCHOTIC

      Neuropsychopharmacology
    68. GILLIN JC; SOHN JW; STAHL SM; LARDON M; KELOSE J; RAPAPORT M; RUIZ C; GOLSHAN S
      IPSAPIRONE, A 5-HT1A AGONIST, SUPPRESSES REM-SLEEP EQUALLY IN UNMEDICATED DEPRESSED-PATIENTS AND NORMAL CONTROLS

      Neuropsychopharmacology
    69. DAVIDS E; LESCH KP
      5-HT1A SPECIFIC THERAPEUTIC ASPECTS

      Fortschritte der Neurologie, Psychiatrie
    70. FERRARO G; MONTALBANO ME; SARDO P; LAGRUTTA V
      LATERAL HABENULAR INFLUENCE ON DORSAL RAPHE NEURONS

      Brain research bulletin
    71. SAKUMA J; CIPOREN J; ABRAHAMS J; YOUNG W
      INDEPENDENT DEPRESSIVE MECHANISMS OF GABA AND (+ -)-8-HYDROXY-DIPROPYLAMINOTETRALIN HYDROBROMIDE ON YOUNG-RAT SPINAL AXONS/

      Neuroscience
    72. MATHESON GK; RAESS BU; TUNNICLIFF G
      EFFECTS OF REPEATED DOSES OF AZAPIRONES ON RAT-BRAIN 5-HT1A RECEPTORSAND PLASMA-CORTICOSTERONE LEVELS

      General pharmacology
    73. ROMERO L; HERVAS I; ARTIGAS F
      THE 5-HT1A ANTAGONIST WAY-100635 SELECTIVELY POTENTIATES THE PRESYNAPTIC EFFECTS OF SEROTONERGIC ANTIDEPRESSANTS IN RAT-BRAIN

      Neuroscience letters
    74. WHITE SR; OBRADOVIC T; IMEL KM; WHEATON MJ
      THE EFFECTS OF METHYLENEDIOXYMETHAMPHETAMINE (MDMA, ECSTASY) ON MONOAMINERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION IN THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Progress in neurobiology
    75. PENINGTON NJ
      ACTIONS OF METHOXYLATED AMPHETAMINE HALLUCINOGENS ON SEROTONERGIC NEURONS OF THE BRAIN

      Progress in neuro-psychopharmacology & biological psychiatry
    76. DARMANI NA; REEVES SL
      THE STIMULATORY AND INHIBITORY COMPONENTS OF COCAINE ACTIONS ON THE 5-HTP-INDUCED 5-HT2A RECEPTOR RESPONSE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    77. DARMANI NA; REEVES SL
      THE MECHANISM BY WHICH THE SELECTIVE 5-HT1A RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST S-(-)UH-301 PRODUCES HEAD-TWITCHES IN MICE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    78. FRANCIS J; DOURISH CT; COOPER SJ
      LACK OF INTERACTION BETWEEN DEVAZEPIDE AND 8-OH-DPAT-INDUCED HYPERPHAGIA IN THE RAT

      Physiology & behavior
    79. ASSIE MB; KOEK W
      (-)-PINDOLOL AND (+ -)-TERTATOLOL AFFECT RAT HIPPOCAMPAL 5-HT LEVELS THROUGH MECHANISMS INVOLVING NOT ONLY 5-HT1A, BUT ALSO 5-HT1B RECEPTORS/

      Neuropharmacology
    80. CHEN Y; PENINGTON NJ
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C ACTIVATION ON 5-HT1A RECEPTOR COUPLING TO CA2+ AND K+ CURRENTS IN RAT SEROTONERGIC NEURONS

      Journal of physiology
    81. BEL N; ARTIGAS F
      IN-VIVO EFFECTS OF THE SIMULTANEOUS BLOCKADE OF SEROTONIN AND NOREPINEPHRINE TRANSPORTERS ON SEROTONERGIC FUNCTION - MICRODIALYSIS STUDIES

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    82. KASAMO K; BLIER P; DEMONTIGNY C
      BLOCKADE OF THE SEROTONIN AND NOREPINEPHRINE UPTAKE PROCESSES BY DULOXETINE - IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO STUDIES IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    83. SINGER JH; BELLINGHAM MC; BERGER AJ
      PRESYNAPTIC INHIBITION OF GLUTAMATERGIC SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION TO RAT MOTONEURONS BY SEROTONIN

      Journal of neurophysiology
    84. GRIGG JJ; KOZASA T; NAKAJIMA Y; NAKAJIMA S
      SINGLE-CHANNEL PROPERTIES OF A G-PROTEIN-COUPLED INWARD RECTIFIER POTASSIUM CHANNEL IN BRAIN

      Journal of neurophysiology
    85. ROBLES LI; BARRIOS M; DELPOZO E; DORDAL A; BAEYENS JM
      EFFECTS OF K-HT1A RECEPTORS( CHANNEL BLOCKERS AND OPENERS ON ANTINOCICEPTION INDUCED BY AGONISTS OF 5)

      European journal of pharmacology
    86. WALKER PD; CAPODILUPO JG; WOLF WA; CARLOCK LR
      PREPROTACHYKININ AND PREPROENKEPHALIN MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION WITHINSTRIATAL SUBREGIONS IN RESPONSE TO ALTERED SEROTONIN TRANSMISSION

      Brain research
    87. LARKMAN PM
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF 5-HT RECEPTOR-MEDIATED ADENYLYL-CYCLASE ACTIVATION

      Seminars in the neurosciences
    88. MCCARLEY RW; GREENE RW; RAINNIE D; PORTAS CM
      BRAIN-STEM NEUROMODULATION AND REM-SLEEP

      Seminars in the neurosciences
    89. SPROUSE JS; WILKINSON LO
      INNOVATIVE THERAPEUTIC ACTIONS BY TARGETING SEROTONIN 1A RECEPTORS SELECTIVELY

      International review of psychiatry
    90. RUTTER JJ; GUNDLAH C; AUERBACH SB
      SYSTEMIC UPTAKE INHIBITION DECREASES SEROTONIN RELEASE VIA SOMATODENDRITIC AUTORECEPTOR ACTIVATION

      Synapse
    91. STINE SM; KRYSTAL JH; KOSTEN TR; CHARNEY DS
      MAZINDOL TREATMENT FOR COCAINE DEPENDENCE

      Drug and alcohol dependence
    92. MISGELD U; BIJAK M; JAROLIMEK W
      A PHYSIOLOGICAL-ROLE FOR GABA(B) RECEPTORS AND THE EFFECTS OF BACLOFEN IN THE MAMMALIAN CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Progress in neurobiology
    93. VINOGRADOVA OS
      EXPRESSION, CONTROL, AND PROBABLE FUNCTIONAL-SIGNIFICANCE OF THE NEURONAL THETA-RHYTHM

      Progress in neurobiology
    94. CUNNINGHAM KA; BRADBERRY CW; CHANG AS; REITH MEA
      THE ROLE OF SEROTONIN IN THE ACTIONS OF PSYCHOSTIMULANTS - MOLECULAR AND PHARMACOLOGICAL ANALYSES

      Behavioural brain research
    95. LARKMAN PM; KELLY JS
      THE USE OF BRAIN-SLICES AND DISSOCIATED NEURONS TO EXPLORE THE MULTIPLICITY OF ACTIONS OF 5-HT IN THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    96. FERNANDEZGUASTI A; LOPEZRUBALCAVA C
      ACTION OF IPSAPIRONE AND 8-OH-DPAT ON EXPLORATORY-BEHAVIOR IN HAMSTERS (MESOCRICETUS-AURATUS) - EFFECTS OF ANTAGONISTS AND P-CPA

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    97. SALTER M; HAZELWOOD R; POGSON CI; IYER R; MADGE DJ; JONES HT; COOPER BR; COX RF; WANG CM; WIARD RP
      THE EFFECTS OF AN INHIBITOR OF TRYPTOPHAN 2,3-DIOXYGENASE AND A COMBINED INHIBITOR OF TRYPTOPHAN 2,3-DIOXYGENASE AND 5-HT REUPTAKE IN THE RAT

      Neuropharmacology
    98. MCALLISTERWILLIAMS RH; KELLY JS
      THE TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENCE OF HIGH-THRESHOLD CALCIUM-CHANNEL CURRENTSRECORDED FROM ADULT-RAT DORSAL RAPHE NEURONS

      Neuropharmacology
    99. MCALLISTERWILLIAMS RH; KELLY JS
      THE MODULATION OF CALCIUM-CHANNEL CURRENTS RECORDED FROM ADULT-RAT DORSAL RAPHE NEURONS BY 5-HT1A RECEPTOR OR DIRECT G-PROTEIN ACTIVATION

      Neuropharmacology
    100. BORSINI F; CECI A; BIETTI G; DONETTI A
      BIMT-17, A 5-HT1A RECEPTOR AGONIST 5-HT2A RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST, DIRECTLY ACTIVATES POSTSYNAPTIC 5-HT INHIBITORY RESPONSES IN THE RAT CEREBRAL-CORTEX

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology


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