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    1. Xing, JL; Hu, SJ; Xu, H; Han, S; Wan, YH
      Subthreshold membrane oscillations underlying integer multiples firing from injured sensory neurons

      NEUROREPORT
    2. Erhardt, S; Oberg, H; Mathe, JM; Engberg, G
      Pharmacological elevation of endogenous kynurenic acid levels activates nigral dopamine neurons

      AMINO ACIDS
    3. Tetko, IV; Villa, AEP
      Pattern grouping algorithm and de-convolution filtering of non-stationary correlated Poisson processes

      NEUROCOMPUTING
    4. Tajiri, K; Emori, K; Murata, R; Tanaka, K; Suzuki, M; Uehara, T; Sumiyoshi, T; Ashby, CR; Kurachi, M
      Intracerebroventricular administration of NMDA-R1 antisense oligodeoxynucleotide significantly alters the activity of ventral tegmental area dopamineneurons: An electrophysiological study

      SYNAPSE
    5. Hoffman, RE; Shi, WX; Bunney, BS
      Anatomic basis of sequence-dependent predictability exhibited by nigral dopamine neuron firing patterns

      SYNAPSE
    6. Lovejoy, LP; Shepard, PD; Canavier, CC
      Apamin-induced irregular firing in vitro and irregular single-spike firingobserved in vivo in dopamine neurons is chaotic

      NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Prasad, BM; Amara, SG
      The dopamine transporter in mesencephalic cultures is refractory to physiological changes in membrane voltage

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Bar-Gad, I; Ritov, Y; Bergman, H
      The neuronal refractory period causes a short-term peak in the autocorrelation function

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE METHODS
    9. Erhardt, S; Oberg, H; Engberg, G
      Pharmacologically elevated levels of endogenous kynurenic acid prevent nicotine-induced activation of nigral dopamine neurons

      NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERGS ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
    10. Hu, J; Wang, SR
      Firing patterns and morphological features of neurons in the pigeon nucleus rotundus

      BRAIN BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION
    11. Morris, JF; Christian, H; Ma, D; Wang, H
      Dendritic secretion of peptides from hypothalamic magnocellular neurosecretory neurones: a local dynamic control system and its functions

      EXPERIMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Urbain, N; Gervasoni, D; Souliere, F; Lobo, L; Rentero, N; Windels, F; Astier, B; Savasta, M; Fort, P; Renaud, B; Luppi, PH; Chouvet, G
      Unrelated course of subthalamic nucleus and globus pallidus neuronal activities across vigilance states in the rat

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    13. Canavier, CC
      Reciprocal excitatory synapses convert pacemaker-like firing into burst firing in a simple model of coupled neurons

      NEUROCOMPUTING
    14. Marcus, MM; Nomikos, GG; Svensson, TH
      Effects of atypical antipsychotic drugs on dopamine output in the shell and core of the nucleus accumbens: role of 5-HT2A and alpha(1)-adrenoceptor antagonism

      EUROPEAN NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    15. Heidenreich, BA; Rebec, GV
      Effects of crus cerebri lesions and repeated amphetamine treatment on the activity of nigral dopaminergic neurons

      SYNAPSE
    16. Gervais, J; Rouillard, C
      Dorsal raphe stimulation differentially modulates dopaminergic neurons in the ventral tegmental area and substantia nigra

      SYNAPSE
    17. Rodriguez, M; Abdala, P; Obeso, JA
      Excitatory responses in the 'direct' striatonigral pathway: Effect of nigrostriatal lesion

      MOVEMENT DISORDERS
    18. Celichowski, J; Grottel, K; Bichler, E
      Relationship between the tension-time area and the frequency of stimulation in motor units of the rat medial gastrocnemius muscle

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    19. Celichowski, J
      Mechanisms underlying the regulation of motor unit contraction in the skeletal muscle

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    20. Ng, TKY; Yung, KKL
      Distinct cellular distribution of GABA(B)R1 and GABA(A)alpha 1 receptor immunoreactivity in the rat substantia nigra

      NEUROSCIENCE
    21. Rohrbacher, J; Ichinohe, N; Kitai, ST
      Electrophysiological characteristics of substantia nigra neurons in organotypic cultures: Spontaneous and evoked activities

      NEUROSCIENCE
    22. Vilchis, C; Bargas, J; Ayala, GX; Galvan, E; Galarraga, E
      Ca2+ channels that activate Ca2+-dependent K+ currents in neostriatal neurons

      NEUROSCIENCE
    23. Wadenberg, ML; Hertel, P; Fernholm, R; Blakeman, KH; Ahlenius, S; Svensson, TH
      Enhancement of antipsychotic-like effects by combined treatment with the alpha(1)-adrenoceptor antagonist prazosin and the dopamine D-2 receptor antagonist raclopride in rats

      JOURNAL OF NEURAL TRANSMISSION
    24. Shi, WX; Pun, CL; Zhang, XX; Jones, MD; Bunney, BS
      Dual effects of D-amphetamine on dopamine neurons mediated by dopamine andnondopamine receptors

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    25. Marinelli, M; White, FJ
      Enhanced vulnerability to cocaine self-administration is associated with elevated impulse activity of midbrain dopamine neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    26. Williams, SR; Stuart, GJ
      Backpropagation of physiological spike trains in neocortical pyramidal neurons: Implications for temporal coding in dendrites

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    27. Brezina, V; Church, PJ; Weiss, KR
      Temporal pattern dependence of neuronal peptide transmitter release: Models and experiments

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    28. Chevaleyre, V; Dayanithi, G; Moos, FC; Desarmenien, MG
      Developmental regulation of a local positive autocontrol of supraoptic neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    29. Rozsa, KS
      Modulation in firing pattern and oscillation in nerve cells of Lymnaea during network reconstruction

      ACTA BIOLOGICA HUNGARICA
    30. Svensson, TH
      Dysfunctional brain dopamine systems induced by psychotomimetic NMDA-receptor antagonists and the effects of antipsychotic drugs

      BRAIN RESEARCH REVIEWS
    31. Kleine, BU; Blok, JH; Oostenveld, R; Praamstra, P; Stegeman, DF
      Magnetic stimulation-induced modulations of motor unit firings extracted from multi-channel surface EMG

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    32. Erhardt, S; Engberg, G
      Excitation of nigral dopamine neurons by the GABA(A) receptor agonist muscimol is mediated via release of glutamate

      LIFE SCIENCES
    33. Wilson, CJ; Callaway, JC
      Coupled oscillator model of the dopaminergic neuron of the substantia nigra

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    34. Joels, M
      Modulatory actions of steroid hormones and neuropeptides on electrical activity in brain

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    35. Jackson, GL; Wood, SG; Kuehl, DE
      A gamma-aminobutyric acid(B) agonist reverses the negative feedback effectof testosterone an gonadotropin-releasing hormone and luteinizing hormone secretion in the male sheep

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    36. Ryan, LJ
      Lesion of the subthalamic nucleus or globus pallidus does not cause chaotic firing patterns in basal ganglia neurons in rats

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    37. Piotrkiewicz, M
      An influence of afterhyperpolarization on the pattern of motoneuronal rhythmic activity

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    38. Shepard, PD; Connelly, ST
      Pertussis toxin lesions of the rat substantia nigra block the inhibitory effects of the gamma-hydroxybutyrate agent S(-)HA-966 without affecting the basal firing properties of dopamine neurons

      NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    39. Di Mascio, M; Di Giovanni, G; Di Matteo, V; Esposito, E
      Decreased chaos of midbrain dopaminergic neurons after serotonin denervation

      NEUROSCIENCE
    40. Di Mascio, M; Di Giovanni, G; Di Matteo, V; Esposito, E
      Reduced chaos of interspike interval of midbrain dopaminergic neurons in aged rats

      NEUROSCIENCE
    41. Celada, P; Paladini, CA; Tepper, JM
      Gabaergic control of rat substantia nigra dopaminergic neurons: Role of globus pallidus and substantia nigra pars reticulata

      NEUROSCIENCE
    42. Erhardt, S; Nissbrandt, H; Engberg, G
      Activation of nigral dopamine neurons by the selective GABA(B)-receptor antagonist SCH 50911

      JOURNAL OF NEURAL TRANSMISSION
    43. Szucs, A; Molnar, G; Rozsa, KS
      Periodic and oscillatory firing patterns in identified nerve cells of Lymnaea stagnalis L.

      ACTA BIOLOGICA HUNGARICA
    44. Feldmeyer, D; Egger, V; Lubke, J; Sakmann, B
      Reliable synaptic connections between pairs of excitatory layer 4 neuroneswithin a single 'barrel' of developing rat somatosensory cortex

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    45. Brodie, MS; McElvain, MA; Bunney, EB; Appel, SB
      Pharmacological reduction of small conductance calcium-activated potassiumcurrent (SK) potentiates the excitatory effect of ethanol on ventral tegmental area dopamine neurons

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    46. Iribe, Y; Moore, K; Pang, KCH; Tepper, JM
      Subthalamic stimulation-induced synaptic responses in substantia nigra pars compacta dopaminergic neurons in vitro

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    47. Kadefors, R; Forsman, M; Zoega, B; Herberts, P
      Recruitment of low threshold motor-units in the trapezius muscle in different static arm positions

      ERGONOMICS
    48. Nemoto, C; Hida, T; Arai, R
      Calretinin and calbindin-D28k in dopaminergic neurons of the rat midbrain:a triple-labeling immunohistochemical study

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    49. Gauthier, J; Parent, M; Levesque, M; Parent, A
      The axonal arborization of single nigrostriatal neurons in rats

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    50. Kato, T; Masuda, Y; Hidaka, O; Komuro, A; Inoue, T; Morimoto, T
      Characteristics of the muscle spindle endings of the masticatory muscles in the rabbit under halothane anesthesia

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    51. Paladini, CA; Iribe, Y; Tepper, JM
      GABA(A) receptor stimulation blocks NMDA-induced bursting of dopaminergic neurons in vitro by decreasing input resistance

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    52. SZUCS A; ROZSA KS; SALANKI J
      PRESYNAPTIC MODULATION OF LYMNAEA NEURONS EVOKED BY COMPUTER-GENERATED SPIKE TRAINS

      NeuroReport
    53. SVENSSON TH; MATHE JM; NOMIKOS GG; SCHILSTROM B
      ROLE OF EXCITATORY AMINO-ACIDS IN THE VENTRAL TEGMENTAL AREA FOR CENTRAL ACTIONS OF NONCOMPETITIVE NMDA-RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS AND NICOTINE

      Amino acids
    54. MATHE JM; NOMIKOS GG; SCHILSTROM B; SVENSSON TH
      NON-NMDA EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID RECEPTORS IN THE VENTRAL TEGMENTAL AREA MEDIATE SYSTEMIC DIZOCILPINE (MK-801) INDUCED HYPERLOCOMOTION AND DOPAMINE RELEASE IN THE NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS

      Journal of neuroscience research
    55. GAMKRELIDZE G; GIAUME C; PEUSNER KD
      THE DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF LOW-THRESHOLD SUSTAINED POTASSIUM CURRENT CONTRIBUTES TO THE DISTINCT FIRING PATTERNS IN EMBRYONIC CENTRAL VESTIBULAR NEURONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    56. STEFFENSEN SC; SVINGOS AL; PICKEL VM; HENRIKSEN SJ
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF GABAERGIC NEURONS IN THE VENTRAL TEGMENTAL AREA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    57. TENNIGKEIT F; SCHWARZ DWF; PUIL E
      POSTNATAL-DEVELOPMENT OF SIGNAL GENERATION IN AUDITORY THALAMIC NEURONS

      Developmental brain research
    58. MULLER YL; YOOL AJ
      INCREASED CALCIUM-DEPENDENT K+ CHANNEL ACTIVITY CONTRIBUTES TO THE MATURATION OF CELLULAR FIRING PATTERNS IN DEVELOPING CEREBELLAR PURKINJENEURONS

      Developmental brain research
    59. SZUCS A
      APPLICATIONS OF THE SPIKE DENSITY-FUNCTION IN ANALYSIS OF NEURONAL FIRING PATTERNS

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    60. YAN K; FANG JJ; SHAHANI BT
      MOTOR UNIT DISCHARGE BEHAVIORS IN STROKE PATIENTS

      Muscle & nerve
    61. BALFOUR DJK; BENWELL MEM; BIRRELL CE; KELLY RJ; ALALOUL M
      SENSITIZATION OF THE MESOACCUMBENS DOPAMINE RESPONSE TO NICOTINE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    62. PENNARTZ CMA; DEJEU MTG; GEURTSEN AMS; SLUITER AA; HERMES MLHJ
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL HETEROGENEITY OF NEURONS IN SLICES OF RAT SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEUS

      Journal of physiology
    63. GRONIER B; RASMUSSEN K
      ACTIVATION OF MIDBRAIN PRESUMED DOPAMINERGIC-NEURONS BY MUSCARINIC CHOLINERGIC RECEPTORS - AN IN-VIVO ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY IN THE RAT

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    64. HARDEN DG; KING D; FINLAY JM; GRACE AA
      DEPLETION OF DOPAMINE IN THE PREFRONTAL CORTEX DECREASES THE BASAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF MESOLIMBIC DOPAMINE NEURONS

      Brain research
    65. GUIHENEUC P; NGUYEN S; PEREON Y; GENET R
      SIGNAL-PROCESSING IN ELECTROMYOGRAPHY - A N UPDATE

      Neurophysiologie clinique
    66. ENGBERG G; ELVERFORS A; JONASON J; NISSBRANDT H
      INHIBITION OF DOPAMINE REUPTAKE - SIGNIFICANCE FOR NIGRAL DOPAMINE NEURON ACTIVITY

      Synapse
    67. VILLA AEP; LORENZANA VMB
      KETAMINE MODULATION OF THE TEMPORAL PATTERN OF DISCHARGES AND SPIKE TRAIN INTERACTIONS IN THE RAT SUBSTANTIA-NIGRA PARS RETICULATA

      Brain research bulletin
    68. DIMASCIO M; ESPOSITO E
      THE DEGREE OF INHIBITION OF DOPAMINERGIC-NEURONS IN THE VENTRAL TEGMENTAL AREA INDUCED BY SELECTIVE SEROTONIN REUPTAKE INHIBITORS IS A FUNCTION OF THE DENSITY-POWER-SPECTRUM OF THE INTERSPIKE INTERVAL

      Neuroscience
    69. GIFFORD AN; GARDNER EL; ASHBY CR
      THE EFFECT OF INTRAVENOUS ADMINISTRATION OF DELTA-9-TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL ON THE ACTIVITY OF A10 DOPAMINE NEURONS RECORDED IN-VIVO IN ANESTHETIZED RATS

      Neuropsychobiology
    70. JENTSCH JD; ELSWORTH JD; REDMOND DE; ROTH RH
      PHENCYCLIDINE INCREASES FOREBRAIN MONOAMINE METABOLISM IN RATS AND MONKEYS - MODULATION BY THE ISOMERS OF HA966

      The Journal of neuroscience
    71. KREISS DS; MASTROPIETRO CW; RAWJI SS; WALTERS JR
      THE RESPONSE OF SUBTHALAMIC NUCLEUS NEURONS TO DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR STIMULATION IN A RODENT MODEL OF PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    72. RATTAY F
      SIMULATION OF THE ELECTRICALLY STIMULATED AUDITORY-NERVE

      Artificial organs
    73. MELTZER LT; CHRISTOFFERSEN CL; SERPA KA
      MODULATION OF DOPAMINE NEURONAL-ACTIVITY BY GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR SUBTYPES

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    74. FANG JJ; SHAHANI BT; BRUYNINCKX FL
      STUDY OF SINGLE MOTOR UNIT DISCHARGE PATTERNS USING 1 F PROCESS MODEL/

      Muscle & nerve
    75. OHYAMA J; OJIMA H
      LABELING OF PYRAMIDAL AND NONPYRAMIDAL NEURONS WITH LECTIN VICIA-VILLOSA DURING POSTNATAL-DEVELOPMENT OF THE GUINEA-PIG

      Journal of comparative neurology
    76. CHEN WR; SHEPHERD GM
      MEMBRANE AND SYNAPTIC PROPERTIES OF MITRAL CELLS IN SLICES OF RAT OLFACTORY-BULB

      Brain research
    77. ZHANG J; WANG LP; PITTS DK
      PRENATAL HALOPERIDOL REDUCES THE NUMBER OF ACTIVE MIDBRAIN DOPAMINE NEURONS IN RAT OFFSPRING

      Neurotoxicology and teratology
    78. NISELL M; NOMIKOS GG; HERTEL P; PANAGIS G; SVENSSOM TH
      CONDITION-INDEPENDENT SENSITIZATION OF LOCOMOTOR STIMULATION AND MESOCORTICAL DOPAMINE RELEASE FOLLOWING CHRONIC NICOTINE TREATMENT IN THE RAT

      Synapse
    79. MINABE Y; EMORI K; ASHBY CR
      THE DEPLETION OF BRAIN-SEROTONIN LEVELS BY PARA-CHLOROPHENYLALANINE ADMINISTRATION SIGNIFICANTLY ALTERS THE ACTIVITY OF MIDBRAIN DOPAMINE CELLS IN RATS - AN EXTRACELLULAR SINGLE-CELL RECORDING STUDY

      Synapse
    80. ANASTASIO TJ
      A RANDOM-WALK MODEL OF FAST-PHASE TIMING DURING OPTOKINETIC NYSTAGMUS

      Biological cybernetics
    81. LI YX; BERTRAM R; RINZEL J
      MODELING N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE-INDUCED BURSTING IN DOPAMINE NEURONS

      Neuroscience
    82. TONG ZY; OVERTON PG; CLARK D
      ANTAGONISM OF NMDA RECEPTORS BUT NOT AMPA KAINATE RECEPTORS BLOCKS BURSTING IN DOPAMINERGIC-NEURONS INDUCED BY ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION OF THE PREFRONTAL CORTEX/

      Journal of neural transmission
    83. OVERTON PG; TONG ZY; CLARK D
      A PHARMACOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE BURST EVENTS INDUCED IN MIDBRAIN DOPAMINERGIC-NEURONS BY ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION OF THE PREFRONTAL CORTEX IN THE RAT

      Journal of neural transmission
    84. WHITE FJ
      SYNAPTIC REGULATION OF MESOCORTICOLIMBIC DOPAMINE NEURONS

      Annual review of neuroscience
    85. NARAYANAN S; WILLINS D; DALIA A; WALLACE L; URETSKY N
      ROLE OF DOPAMINERGIC MECHANISMS IN THE STIMULATORY EFFECTS OF MK-801 INJECTED INTO THE VENTRAL TEGMENTAL AREA AND THE NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    86. BRODIE MS; BUNNEY EB
      SEROTONIN POTENTIATES DOPAMINE-INHIBITION OF VENTRAL TEGMENTAL AREA NEURONS IN-VITRO

      Journal of neurophysiology
    87. MCKINZIE SL; HAMMOND DL; GRABAU C; TYCE GM
      RELEASES OF NOREPINEPHRINE AND DOPAMINE IN VENTRICULOCISTERNAL PERFUSIONS IN HEPATECTOMIZED AND LAPAROTOMIZED RATS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    88. PACHECOCANO MT; BARGAS J; HERNANDEZLOPEZ S; TAPIA D; GALARRAGA E
      INHIBITORY-ACTION OF DOPAMINE INVOLVES A SUBTHRESHOLD CS-SENSITIVE CONDUCTANCE IN NEOSTRIATAL NEURONS()

      Experimental Brain Research
    89. MATHE JM; NOMIKOS GG; HILDEBRAND BE; HERTEL P; SVENSSON TH
      PRAZOSIN INHIBITS MK-801-INDUCED HYPERLOCOMOTION AND DOPAMINE RELEASEIN THE NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS

      European journal of pharmacology
    90. FLORINLECHNER SM; DRUHAN JP; ASTONJONES G; VALENTINO RJ
      ENHANCED NOREPINEPHRINE RELEASE IN PREFRONTAL CORTEX WITH BURST STIMULATION OF THE LOCUS-COERULEUS

      Brain research
    91. HAJOS M; SHARP T
      BURST-FIRING ACTIVITY OF PRESUMED 5-HT NEURONS OF THE RAT DORSAL RAPHE NUCLEUS - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS BY ANTIDROMIC STIMULATION

      Brain research
    92. GARCIAMUNOZ M; SEGAL DS; PATINO P; YOUNG SJ; KUCZENSKI R; GROVES PM
      AMPHETAMINE-INDUCED CHANGES IN NIGROSTRIATAL TERMINAL EXCITABILITY ARE MODIFIED FOLLOWING REPEATED AMPHETAMINE PRETREATMENT

      Brain research
    93. CELADA P; SIUCIAK JA; TRAN TM; ALTAR CA; TEPPER JM
      LOCAL INFUSION OF BRAIN-DERIVED NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR MODIFIES THE FIRING PATTERN OF DORSAL RAPHE SEROTONERGIC NEURONS

      Brain research
    94. ROUILLARD C; FREEMAN AS
      EFFECTS OF ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION OF THE CENTRAL NUCLEUS OF THE AMYGDALA ON THE IN-VIVO ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF RAT NIGRAL DOPAMINERGIC-NEURONS

      Synapse
    95. KELLAND MD; SOLTIS RP; ANDERSON LA; BERGSTROM DA; WALTERS JR
      IN-VIVO CHARACTERIZATION OF 2 CELL-TYPES IN THE RAT GLOBUS-PALLIDUS WHICH HAVE OPPOSITE RESPONSES TO DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR STIMULATION - COMPARISON OF ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES AND RESPONSES TO APOMORPHINE, DIZOCILPINE, AND KETAMINE ANESTHESIA

      Synapse
    96. CONDON CJ; CHANG SH; FENG AS
      CLASSIFICATION OF THE TEMPORAL DISCHARGE PATTERNS OF SINGLE AUDITORY NEURONS IN THE FROG SUPERIOR OLIVARY NUCLEUS

      Hearing research
    97. CHRISTOFFERSEN CL; MELTZER LT
      EVIDENCE FOR N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE AND AMPA SUBTYPES OF THE GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR ON SUBSTANTIA-NIGRA DOPAMINE NEURONS - POSSIBLE PREFERENTIAL ROLE FOR N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTORS

      Neuroscience
    98. SVENSSON TH; MATHE JM; ANDERSSON JL; NOMIKOS GG; HILDEBRAND BE; MARCUS M
      MODE OF ACTION OF ATYPICAL NEUROLEPTICS IN RELATION TO THE PHENCYCLIDINE MODEL OF SCHIZOPHRENIA - ROLE OF 5-HT2 RECEPTOR AND ALPHA(1)-ADRENOCEPTOR ANTAGONISM

      Journal of clinical psychopharmacology
    99. ROZSA KS
      2 TYPES OF REORGANIZATION IN MULTIFUNCTIONAL NEURAL NETWORKS OF HELIX-POMATIA L

      Acta biologica Hungarica
    100. TSUZUKI S; YOSHIDA S; YAMAMOTO T; OKA H
      DEVELOPMENTAL-CHANGES IN THE ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF NEONATAL RAT OCULOMOTOR NEURONS STUDIED IN-VITRO

      Neuroscience research


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