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    1. Ghelardini, C; Galeotti, N; Mannelli, LD; Cappelli, A; Anzini, M; Bartolini, A
      Antiamnesic effect of the two novel kappa-opioid agonists, VA-100 and VA-101, in the mouse passive avoidance test

      DRUG DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH
    2. Holmes, DL; Thibaudeau, K; L'Archeveque, B; Milner, PG; Ezrin, AM; Bridon, DP
      Site specific 1 : 1 opioid : albumin conjugate with in vitro activity and long in vivo duration

      BIOCONJUGATE CHEMISTRY
    3. Hiramatsu, M; Inoue, K; Kameyama, T
      Dynorphin A-(1-13) and (2-13) improve beta-amyloid peptide-induced amnesiain mice

      NEUROREPORT
    4. Dumont, M; Lemaire, S
      Interactions of dynorphin A-(1-13) and nociceptin with cardiac D2 binding sites: Inhibition of ischemia-evoked release of noradrenaline from synaptosomal-mitochondrial fractions

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    5. Hiramatsu, M; Inoue, K
      Improvement by low doses of nociceptin on scopolamine-induced impairment of learning and/or memory

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    6. Hiramatsu, M; Inoue, K
      Des-tyrosine(1) dynorphin A-(2-13) improves carbon monoxide-induced impairment of learning and memory in mice

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    7. Goettl, VM; Tejwani, GA; Neff, NH; Hadjiconstantinou, M
      Decreased neuropeptide content in the spinal cord of aged rats: the effectof GM1 ganglioside

      NEUROREPORT
    8. Hiramatsu, M; Inoue, K
      Nociceptin orphanin FQ and nocistatin on learning and memory impairment induced by scopolamine in mice

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    9. Yan, CH; Digate, RJ; Guiles, RD
      NMR studies of the structure and dynamics of peptide E, an endogenous opioid peptide that binds with high affinity to multiple opioid receptor subtypes

      BIOPOLYMERS
    10. Hiramatsu, M; Murai, M; Kameyama, T
      Different modulation of cholinergic neuronal systems by dynorphin A (1-13)in carbon monoxide-exposed mice

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    11. CHIPOT C; POHORILLE A
      CONFORMATIONAL EQUILIBRIA OF TERMINALLY BLOCKED SINGLE AMINO-ACIDS ATTHE WATER-HEXANE INTERFACE - A MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS STUDY

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    12. HIRAMATSU M; KAMEYAMA T
      ROLES OF KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONISTS IN LEARNING AND MEMORY IMPAIRMENT IN ANIMAL-MODELS

      Methods and findings in experimental and clinical pharmacology
    13. ALT A; MANSOUR A; AKIL H; MEDZIHRADSKY F; TRAYNOR JR; WOODS JH
      STIMULATION OF GUANOSINE-5'-O-(3-[S-35]THIO)TRIPHOSPHATE BINDING BY ENDOGENOUS OPIOIDS ACTING AT A CLONED MU-RECEPTOR

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    14. HIRAMATSU M; MURASAWA H; NABESHIMA T; KAMEYAMA T
      EFFECTS OF U-50,488H ON SCOPOLAMINE-INDUCED, MECAMYLAMINE-INDUCED ANDDIZOCILPINE-INDUCED LEARNING AND MEMORY IMPAIRMENT IN RATS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    15. UKAI M; SHINKAI N; KAMEYAMA T
      INVOLVEMENT OF DOPAMINE-RECEPTORS IN BENEFICIAL-EFFECTS OF TACHYKININS ON SCOPOLAMINE-INDUCED IMPAIRMENT OF ALTERNATION PERFORMANCE IN MICE

      European journal of pharmacology
    16. HIRAMATSU M; MURASAWA H; MORI H; KAMEYAMA T
      REVERSION OF MUSCARINIC AUTORECEPTOR AGONIST-INDUCED ACETYLCHOLINE DECREASE AND LEARNING IMPAIRMENT BY DYNORPHIN-A-(1-13), AN ENDOGENOUS KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONIST

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    17. UKAI M; MIURA M; KAMEYAMA T
      DOPAMINERGIC INVOLVEMENT IN IMPROVING EFFECTS OF DYNORPHIN A-(1-13) ON GALANIN-INDUCED IMPAIRMENT OF PASSIVE-AVOIDANCE LEARNING IN MICE

      Human psychopharmacology
    18. UKAI M; MORI E; KAMEYAMA T
      MODULATORY EFFECTS OF MORPHINE, U-50488H AND 1,3-DI-(2-TOLYL)GUANIDINE ON COCAINE-LIKE DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS IN THE RAT USING 2-CHOICE DISCRETE-TRIAL AVOIDANCE PARADIGM

      Methods and findings in experimental and clinical pharmacology
    19. NICHOLS ML; LOPEZ Y; OSSIPOV MH; BIAN D; PORRECA F
      ENHANCEMENT OF THE ANTIALLODYNIC AND ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFICACY OF SPINAL MORPHINE BY ANTISERA TO DYNORPHIN-A(1-13) OR MK-801 IN A NERVE-LIGATION MODEL OF PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY

      Pain
    20. HIRAMATSU M; HYODO T; KAMEYAMA T
      U-50,488H, A SELECTIVE KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONIST, AMELIORATES MEMORY IMPAIRMENTS INDUCED BY MUSCARINIC AUTORECEPTOR AGONIST, CARBACHOL IN MICE

      Neuroscience letters
    21. UKAI M; ITOH J; KOBAYASHI T; SHINKAI N; KAMEYAMA T
      EFFECTS OF THE KAPPA-OPIOID DYNORPHIN A(1-13) ON LEARNING AND MEMORY IN MICE

      Behavioural brain research
    22. HIRAMATSU M; SASAKI M; NABESHIMA T; KAMEYAMA T
      EFFECTS OF DYNORPHIN-A(1-13) ON CARBON MONOXIDE-INDUCED DELAYED AMNESIA IN MICE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    23. ZHANG G; MURRAY TF; GRANDY DK
      ORPHANIN FQ HAS AN INHIBITORY EFFECT ON THE GUINEA-PIG ILEUM AND THE MOUSE VAS-DEFERENS

      Brain research
    24. MOUFIDBELLANCOURT S; RAZAFIMANALINA R; VELLEY L
      INTERACTION BETWEEN MU-RECEPTOR AND KAPPA-RECEPTOR LOCATED IN THE PARABRACHIAL AREA IN THE OPIOID CONTROL OF PREFERENCE THRESHOLD FOR SACCHARIN - MODULATORY ROLE OF LATERAL HYPOTHALAMIC NEURONS

      Behavioural pharmacology
    25. TOYOSHI T; UKAI M; KAMEYAMA T
      OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONISTS SELECTIVE FOR MU-RECEPTORS AND KAPPA-RECEPTORS ATTENTUATE METHAMPHETAMINE-INDUCED BEHAVIORAL SENSITIZATION IN THE MOUSE

      Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin
    26. DEVINE DP; TAYLOR L; REINSCHEID RK; MONSMA FJ; CIVELLI O; AKIL H
      RATS RAPIDLY DEVELOP TOLERANCE TO THE LOCOMOTOR-INHIBITING EFFECTS OFTHE NOVEL NEUROPEPTIDE ORPHANIN FQ

      Neurochemical research
    27. SHENG JZ; WONG NS; TAI KK; WONG TM
      LITHIUM ATTENUATES THE EFFECTS OF DYNORPHIN A(1-13) ON INOSITOL 1,4,5-TRISPHOSPHATE AND INTRACELLULAR CA2+ IN RAT VENTRICULAR MYOCYTES

      Life sciences
    28. HIRAMATSU M; HYODO T; KAMEYAMA T
      U-50488H, A SELECTIVE KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONIST, IMPROVES CARBON MONOXIDE-INDUCED DELAYED AMNESIA IN MICE

      European journal of pharmacology
    29. UKAI M; SHANWU X; KOBAYASHI T; KAMEYAMA T
      SYSTEMIC ADMINISTRATION OF DYNORPHIN A-(1-13) MARKEDLY IMPROVES CYCLOHEXIMIDE-INDUCED AMNESIA IN MICE

      European journal of pharmacology
    30. HIRAMATSU M; MORI H; MURASAWA H; KAMEYAMA T
      IMPROVEMENT BY DYNORPHIN A(1-13) OF GALANIN-INDUCED IMPAIRMENT OF MEMORY ACCOMPANIED BY BLOCKADE OF REDUCTIONS IN ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE IN RATS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    31. ISHIGURO R; MATSUMOTO M; TAKAHASHI S
      INTERACTION OF FUSOGENIC SYNTHETIC PEPTIDE WITH PHOSPHOLIPID-BILAYERS- ORIENTATION OF THE PEPTIDE ALPHA-HELIX AND BINDING ISOTHERM

      Biochemistry
    32. TOYOSHI T; UKAI M; KAMEYAMA T
      INTRASTRIATAL INJECTION OF OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONISTS INHIBITS APOMORPHINE-INDUCED BEHAVIOR IN 6-HYDROXYDOPAMINE-TREATED MICE

      European journal of pharmacology
    33. HIRAMATSU M; SASAKI M; KAMEYAMA T
      EFFECTS OF DYNORPHIN A-(1-13) ON CARBON MONOXIDE-INDUCED DELAYED AMNESIA IN MICE STUDIED IN A STEP-DOWN TYPE PASSIVE-AVOIDANCE TASK

      European journal of pharmacology
    34. UKAI M; SHINKAI N; KAMEYAMA T
      KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONISTS IMPROVE PIRENZEPINE-INDUCED DISTURBANCE OF SPONTANEOUS-ALTERNATION PERFORMANCE IN THE MOUSE

      European journal of pharmacology
    35. UKAI M; KOBAYASHI T; SHINKAI N; SHANWU X; KAMEYAMA T
      DYNORPHIN A-(1-13) POTENTLY IMPROVES SCOPOLAMINE-INDUCED IMPAIRMENT OF PASSIVE-AVOIDANCE RESPONSE IN MICE

      European journal of pharmacology
    36. SHEN KF; CRAIN SM
      SPECIFIC N-TERMINUS OR C-TERMINUS MODIFIED DYNORPHIN AND BETA-ENDORPHIN PEPTIDES CAN SELECTIVELY BLOCK EXCITATORY OPIOID RECEPTOR FUNCTIONSIN SENSORY NEURONS AND UNMASK POTENT INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF OPIOID AGONISTS

      Brain research
    37. SCHWYZER R
      100 YEARS LOCK-AND-KEY CONCEPT - ARE PEPTIDE KEYS SHAPED AND GUIDED TO THEIR RECEPTORS BY THE TARGET-CELL MEMBRANE

      Biopolymers
    38. MENG YQ; YOUNG GA
      DYNORPHIN A-(1-13)-MORPHINE INTERACTIONS - QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE EEG PROPERTIES DIFFER IN MORPHINE-NAIVE VS MORPHINE-TOLERANT RATS

      Brain research bulletin
    39. JONES DNC; HOLTZMAN SG
      BEHAVIORAL-EFFECTS OF SYSTEMICALLY ADMINISTERED MU-OPIOID AND KAPPA-OPIOID AGONISTS IN THE SQUIRREL-MONKEY - PEPTIDES VERSUS ALKALOIDS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    40. KAMEYAMA T; UKAI M; MIURA M
      DYNORPHIN A-(1-13) POTENTLY IMPROVES GALANIN-INDUCED IMPAIRMENT OF MEMORY PROCESSES IN MICE

      Neuropharmacology
    41. KAMEYAMA T; UKAI M; MIURA M
      DYNORPHIN A-(1-13) POTENTLY IMPROVES GALANIN-INDUCED IMPAIRMENT OF MEMORY PROCESSES IN MICE

      Neuropharmacology
    42. COLLINS N; HRUBY VJ
      PREDICTION OF THE CONFORMATIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BINDING TO THE KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR AND ITS SUBTYPES .1. NOVEL ALPHA-HELICAL CYCLIC-PEPTIDES AND THEIR ROLE IN RECEPTOR SELECTIVITY

      Biopolymers
    43. RABKIN SW
      COMPARATIVE EFFECTS ON BLOOD-PRESSURE AND HEART-RATE OF DYNORPHIN A(1-13) IN ANTERIOR HYPOTHALAMIC AREA, POSTERIOR HYPOTHALAMIC AREA, NUCLEUS-TRACTUS-SOLITARIUS, AND LATERAL CEREBRAL VENTRICLE IN THE RAT

      Peptides
    44. UKAI M; TOYOSHI T; KAMEYAMA T
      RECEPTOR-SELECTIVE OPIOID-PEPTIDES FAIL TO AFFECT BEHAVIORAL-RESPONSES INDUCED BY A LOW-DOSE OF APOMORPHINE IN THE MOUSE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    45. ITOH J; UKAI M; KAMEYAMA T
      DOPAMINERGIC INVOLVEMENT IN THE IMPROVING EFFECTS OF DYNORPHIN A-(1-13) ON SCOPOLAMINE-INDUCED IMPAIRMENT OF ALTERNATION PERFORMANCE

      European journal of pharmacology
    46. ITOH J; UKAI M; KAMEYAMA T
      DYNORPHIN A-(1-13) MARKEDLY IMPROVES SCOPOLAMINE-INDUCED IMPAIRMENT OF SPONTANEOUS-ALTERNATION PERFORMANCE IN MICE

      European journal of pharmacology
    47. UKAI M; KOBAYASHI T; KAMEYAMA T
      DYNORPHIN A-(1-13) ATTENUATES BASAL FOREBRAIN-LESION-INDUCED AMNESIA IN RATS

      Brain research


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