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    1. Millan, MJ; Brocco, M; Gobert, A; Dorey, G; Casara, P; Dekeyne, A
      Anxiolytic properties of the selective, non-peptidergic CRF1 antagonists, CP154,526 and DMP695: A comparison to other classes of anxiolytic agent

      NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    2. Jedema, HP; Finlay, JM; Sved, AF; Grace, AA
      Chronic cold exposure potentiates CRH-evoked increases in electrophysiologic activity of locus coeruleus neurons

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    3. Singewald, N; Kaehler, ST; Philippu, A
      Noradrenaline release in the locus coeruleus of conscious rats is triggered by drugs, stress and blood pressure changes

      NEUROREPORT
    4. Rosario, LA; Abercrombie, ED
      Individual differences in behavioral reactivity: Correlation with stress-induced norepinephrine efflux in the hippocampus of Sprague-Dawley rats

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    5. Jedema, HP; Sved, AF; Zigmon, MJ; Finlay, JM
      Sensitization of norepinephrine release in medial prefrontal cortex: effect of different chronic stress protocols

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    6. CHANG AYW; CHAN JYH; TSEN LY; CHAN SHH
      DIFFERENTIAL PARTICIPATION OF HIPPOCAMPAL-FORMATION IN COCAINE-INDUCED CORTICAL ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC DESYNCHRONIZATION AND PENILE ERECTION IN THE RAT

      Synapse
    7. MATOS FF; GUSS V; KORPINEN C
      EFFECTS OF NEUROPEPTIDE-Y (NPY) AND [D-TRP(32)]NPY ON MONOAMINE AND METABOLITE LEVELS IN DIALYSATES FROM RAT HYPOTHALAMUS DURING FEEDING-BEHAVIOR

      Neuropeptides
    8. YAN QS; JOBE PC; DAILEY JW
      NORADRENERGIC MECHANISMS FOR THE ANTICONVULSANT EFFECTS OF DESIPRAMINE AND YOHIMBINE IN GENETICALLY EPILEPSY-PRONE RATS - STUDIES WITH MICRODIALYSIS

      Brain research


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