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    1. Jinsmaa, Y; Takenaka, Y; Yoshikawa, M
      Designing of an orally active complement C3a agonist peptide with anti-analgesic and anti-amnesic activity

      PEPTIDES
    2. Christopoulos, A; Coles, P; Lay, L; Lew, MJ; Angus, JA
      Pharmacological analysis of cannabinoid receptor activity in the rat vas deferens

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    3. Janaky, R; Shaw, CA; Varga, V; Hermann, A; Dohovics, R; Saransaari, P; Oja, SS
      Specific glutathione binding sites in pig cerebral cortical synaptic membranes

      NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Guerrini, R; Calo, G; Rizzi, A; Bigoni, R; Rizzi, D; Regoli, D; Salvadori, S
      Structure-activity relationships of nociceptin and related peptides: comparison with dynorphin A

      PEPTIDES
    5. Peiser, C; Undem, BJ; Fischer, A
      Nociceptin effects in the airways

      PEPTIDES
    6. Hugghins, SY; Champion, HC; Cheng, G; Kadowitz, PJ; Jeter, JR
      Vasorelaxant responses to endomorphins, nociceptin, albuterol, and adrenomedullin in isolated rat aorta

      LIFE SCIENCES
    7. Sbrenna, S; Marti, M; Morari, M; Calo, G; Guerrini, R; Beani, L; Bianchi, C
      Modulation of 5-hydroxytryptamine efflux from rat cortical synaptosomes byopioids and nociceptin

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    8. Freeman, FM; Young, IG
      Identification of the opioid receptors involved in passive-avoidance learning in the day-old chick during the second wave of neuronal activity

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    9. Sirianni, MJ; Fujimoto, KI; Nelson, CS; Pellegrino, MJ; Allen, RG
      Cyclic AMP analogs induce synthesis, processing, and secretion of prepro nociceptin orphanin FQ-derived peptides by NS20Y neuroblastoma cells

      DNA AND CELL BIOLOGY
    10. Mitsuma, T; Hirooka, Y; Mori, Y; Kayama, M; Adachi, K; Rhue, N; Ping, J; Ikai, R; Nakayashiki, A; Nogimori, T
      Nociceptin stimulates thyrotropin secretion in rats

      HORMONE RESEARCH
    11. Wang, JL; Zhu, CB; Cao, XD; Wu, GC
      Distinct effect of intracerebroventricular and intrathecal injections of nociceptin/orphanin FQ in the rat formalin test

      REGULATORY PEPTIDES
    12. Darlison, MG; Richter, D
      Multiple genes for neuropeptides and their receptors: co-evolution and physiology

      TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES
    13. Varani, K; Rizzi, A; Calo, G; Bigoni, R; Toth, G; Guerrini, R; Gessi, S; Salvadori, S; Borea, PA; Regoli, D
      Pharmacology of [Tyr(1)]nociceptin analogs: receptor binding and bioassay studies

      NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERGS ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
    14. Sbrenna, S; Marti, M; Morari, M; Calo, G; Guerrini, R; Beani, L; Bianchi, C
      L-glutamate and gamma-aminobutyric acid efflux from rat cerebrocortical synaptosomes: Modulation by kappa- and mu- but not delta- and opioid receptorlike-1 receptors

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    15. Fischer, A; Undem, BJ
      Naloxone blocks endomorphin-1 but not endomorphin-2 induced inhibition of tachykinergic contractions of guinea-pig isolated bronchus

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    16. Wang, YQ; Zhu, CB; Wu, GC; Cao, XD; Wang, Y; Cui, DF
      Effects of orphanin FQ on endomorphin-1 induced analgesia

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    17. Chu, XP; Xu, NS; Li, P; Mao, LM; Wang, JQ
      Inhibition of cardiovascular activity following microinjection of novel opioid-like neuropeptide nociceptin (orphanin FQ) into the rat rostral ventrolateral medulla

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    18. Li, XY; Wallin, C; Weber, SG; Sandberg, M
      Net efflux of cysteine, glutathione and related metabolites from rat hippocampal slices during oxygen/glucose deprivation: dependence on gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    19. Dooley, CT; Houghten, RA
      New opioid peptides, peptidomimetics, and heterocyclic compounds from combinatorial libraries

      BIOPOLYMERS
    20. TAYLOR F; DICKENSON A
      NOCICEPTIN ORPHANIN FQ - A NEW OPIOID, A NEW ANALGESIC/

      NeuroReport
    21. Champion, HC; Bivalacqua, TJ; Friedman, DE; Zadina, JE; Kastin, AJ; Kadowitz, PJ
      Nitric oxide release mediates vasodilator responses to endomorphin 1 but not nociceptin/OFQ in the hindquarters vascular bed of the rat

      PEPTIDES
    22. Dumont, M; Lemaire, S
      Characterization of the high affinity [H-3]nociceptin binding site in membrane preparations of rat heart: Correlations with the non-opioid dynorphin binding site

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    23. CALO G; GUERRINI R; BIGONI R; RIZZI A; BIANCHI C; REGOLI D; SALVADORI S
      STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY STUDY OF THE NOCICEPTIN(1-13)-NH2 N-TERMINAL TETRAPEPTIDE AND DISCOVERY OF A NOCICEPTIN RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    24. SHAH S; PAGE CP; SPINA D
      NOCICEPTIN INHIBITS NONADRENERGIC NONCHOLINERGIC CONTRACTION IN GUINEA-PIG AIRWAY

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    25. KOGA D; SANTA T; FUKUSHIMA T; HOMMA H; IMAI K
      LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHIC-ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE CHEMICAL-IONIZATION MASS-SPECTROMETRIC DETERMINATION OF ANANDAMIDE AND ITS ANALOGS IN RAT-BRAINAND PERIPHERAL-TISSUES

      Journal of chromatography B. Biomedical sciences and applications
    26. POLC P; JAHROMI SS; FACCIPONTE G; PELLETIER MR; ZHANG L; CARLEN PL
      BENZODIAZEPINE ANTAGONIST FLUMAZENIL REDUCES HIPPOCAMPAL EPILEPTIFORMACTIVITY

      NeuroReport
    27. OGITA K; ENOMOTO R; NAKAHARA F; ISHITSUBO N; YONEDA Y
      A POSSIBLE ROLE OF GLUTATHIONE AS AN ENDOGENOUS AGONIST AT THE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECOGNITION DOMAIN IN RAT-BRAIN

      Journal of neurochemistry
    28. 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


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