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    1. Almkvist, O; Jelic, V; Amberla, K; Hellstrom-Lindahl, E; Meurling, L; Nordberg, A
      Responder characteristics to a single oral dose of cholinesterase inhibitor: A double-blind placebo-controlled study with tacrine in Alzheimer patients

      DEMENTIA AND GERIATRIC COGNITIVE DISORDERS
    2. Bailey, AM; Thomas, RK
      The effects of nucleus basalis magnocellularis lesions in long-evans hooded rats on two learning set formation tasks, delayed matching-to-sample learning, and open-field activity

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Vanderwolf, CH
      The hippocampus as an olfacto-motor mechanism: were the classical anatomists right after all?

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    4. Cartling, B
      Neuromodulatory control of interacting medial temporal lobe and neocortex in memory consolidation and working memory

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    5. Wall, PM; Flinn, J; Messier, C
      Infralimbic muscarinic M1 receptors modulate anxiety-like behaviour and spontaneous working memory in mice

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    6. Passetti, F; Dalley, JW; O'connell, MT; Everitt, BJ; Robbins, TW
      Increased acetylcholine release in the rat medial prefrontal cortex duringperformance of a visual attentional task

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Efange, SMN
      In vivo imaging of the vesicular acetylcholine transporter and the vesicular monoamine transporter

      FASEB JOURNAL
    8. Yang, YL; Liu, Z; Cermak, JM; Tandon, P; Sarkisian, MR; Stafstrom, CE; Neill, JC; Blusztajn, JK; Holmes, GL
      Protective effects of prenatal choline supplementation on seizure-induced memory impairment

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Holland, PC; Han, JS; Gallagher, M
      Lesions of the amygdala central nucleus alter performance on a selective attention task

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    10. McGaughy, J; Everitt, BJ; Robbins, TW; Sarter, M
      The role of cortical cholinergic afferent projections in cognition: impactof new selective immunotoxins

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    11. Gonzalez, CLR; Kolb, B; Whishaw, IQ
      A cautionary note regarding drug and brain lesion studies that use swimming pool tasks: partial reinforcement impairs acquisition of place learning in a swimming pool but not on dry land

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    12. Wall, PM; Messier, C
      Concurrent modulation of anxiety and memory

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    13. Mechawar, N; Cozzari, C; Descarries, L
      Cholinergic innervation in adult rat cerebral cortex: A quantitative immunocytochemical description

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    14. Eid, CN; Rose, GM
      Cognition enhancement strategies by ion channel modulation of neurotransmission

      CURRENT PHARMACEUTICAL DESIGN
    15. Humby, T; Laird, FM; Davies, W; Wilkinson, LS
      Visuospatial attentional functioning in mice: interactions between cholinergic manipulations and genotype

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Han, JS; Holland, PC; Gallagher, M
      Disconnection of the amygdala central nucleus and substantia innominata/nucleus basalis disrupts increments in conditioned stimulus processing in rats

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    17. McKinley, MJ; Mathai, ML; Pennington, G; Rundgren, M; Vivas, L
      Effect of individual or combined ablation of the nuclear groups of the lamina terminalis on water drinking in sheep

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    18. Zou, LB; Yamada, K; Sasa, M; Nabeshima, T
      Two phases of behavioral plasticity in rats following unilateral excitotoxic lesion of the hippocampus

      NEUROSCIENCE
    19. Stancampiano, R; Cocco, S; Cugusi, C; Sarais, L; Fadda, F
      Serotonin and acetylcholine release response in the rat hippocampus duringa spatial memory task

      NEUROSCIENCE
    20. Presburger, G; Robinson, JK
      Spatial signal detection in rats is differentially disrupted by Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, scopolamine, and MK-801

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    21. KIRKBY DL; HIGGINS GA
      CHARACTERIZATION OF PERFORANT PATH LESIONS IN RODENT MODELS OF MEMORYAND ATTENTION

      European journal of neuroscience
    22. CERMAK JM; HOLLER T; JACKSON DA; BLUSZTAJN JK
      PRENATAL AVAILABILITY OF CHOLINE MODIFIES DEVELOPMENT OF THE HIPPOCAMPAL CHOLINERGIC SYSTEM

      The FASEB journal
    23. XERRI C
      POST-LESIONAL PLASTICITY OF CORTICAL SOMA TOSENSORY MAPS - A REVIEW

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 3, Sciences de la vie
    24. Hohmann, CF; Wallace, SA; Johnston, MV; Blue, ME
      Effects of neonatal cholinergic basal forebrain lesions on excitatory amino acid receptors in neocortex

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE
    25. DICAMILLO AM; NEFF NT; CARSWELL S; HAUN FA
      CHRONIC SPARING OF DELAYED ALTERNATION PERFORMANCE AND CHOLINE-ACETYLTRANSFERASE ACTIVITY BY CEP-1347 KT-7515 IN RATS WITH LESIONS OF NUCLEUS BASALIS MAGNOCELLULARIS/

      Neuroscience
    26. COULL JT
      NEURAL CORRELATES OF ATTENTION AND AROUSAL - INSIGHTS FROM ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY, FUNCTIONAL NEUROIMAGING AND PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY

      Progress in neurobiology
    27. BUCCI DJ; HOLLAND PC; GALLAGHER M
      REMOVAL OF CHOLINERGIC INPUT TO RAT POSTERIOR PARIETAL CORTEX DISRUPTS INCREMENTAL PROCESSING OF CONDITIONED-STIMULI

      The Journal of neuroscience
    28. RUOTSALAINEN S; MIETTNEN R; MACDONALD E; RIEKKINEN M; SIRVIO J
      THE ROLE OF THE DORSAL RAPHE-SEROTONERGIC SYSTEM AND CHOLINERGIC RECEPTORS IN THE MODULATION OF WORKING-MEMORY

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    29. MEYER EM; KING MA; MEYERS C
      NEUROPROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF 2,4-DIMETHOXYBENZYLIDENE ANABASEINE (DMXB)AND TETRAHYDROAMINOACRIDINE (THA) IN NEOCORTICES OF NUCLEUS BASALIS LESIONED RATS

      Brain research
    30. GIOVANNINI MG; BARTOLINI L; KOPF SR; PEPEU G
      ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE FROM THE FRONTAL-CORTEX DURING EXPLORATORY ACTIVITY

      Brain research
    31. GAO WQ; WEIL RJ; DUGICHDJORDJEVIC M; LU B
      THE THERAPEUTIC POTENTIALS OF NEUROTROPHIC FACTORS FOR DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Expert opinion on therapeutic patents
    32. LINDNER MD
      RELIABILITY, DISTRIBUTION, AND VALIDITY OF AGE-RELATED COGNITIVE DEFICITS IN THE MORRIS WATER MAZE

      Neurobiology of learning and memory
    33. SMYTHIES J
      THE FUNCTIONAL NEUROANATOMY OF AWARENESS - WITH A FOCUS ON THE ROLE OF VARIOUS ANATOMICAL SYSTEMS IN THE CONTROL OF INTERMODAL ATTENTION

      Consciousness and cognition (Print)
    34. TURCHI J; SARTER M
      CORTICAL ACETYLCHOLINE AND PROCESSING CAPACITY - EFFECTS OF CORTICAL CHOLINERGIC DEAFFERENTATION ON CROSSMODAL DIVIDED ATTENTION IN RATS

      Cognitive brain research
    35. TURCHI J; SARTER M
      CORTICAL ACETYLCHOLINE AND PROCESSING CAPACITY - EFFECTS OF CORTICAL CHOLINERGIC DEAFFERENTATION ON CROSSMODAL DIVIDED ATTENTION IN RATS

      Cognitive brain research
    36. HIMMELHEBER AM; SARTER M; BRUNO JP
      OPERANT PERFORMANCE AND CORTICAL ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE - ROLE OF RESPONSE RATE, REWARD DENSITY, AND NONCONTINGENT STIMULI

      Cognitive brain research
    37. HIMMELHEBER AM; SARTER M; BRUNO JP
      OPERANT PERFORMANCE AND CORTICAL ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE - ROLE OF RESPONSE RATE, REWARD DENSITY, AND NONCONTINGENT STIMULI

      Cognitive brain research
    38. NABESHIMA T; ITOH A
      ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE ANIMAL-MODELS INDUCED BY CONTINUOUS-INFUSION OF BETA-AMYLOID PROTEIN AND ANTI-NERVE GROWTH-FACTOR ANTIBODY

      Reviews on heteroatom chemistry
    39. ROBINSON JK
      PHARMACOLOGICAL MODELS OF AMNESIA - A REEXAMINATION OF THE EFFECTS OFCHOLINERGIC MUSCARINIC ANTAGONIST SCOPOLAMINE AND NMDA-RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST MK-801 ON DELAYED NONMATCHING-TO-POSITION IN RATS

      Psychobiology
    40. BASKERVILLE KA; SCHWEITZER JB; HERRON P
      EFFECTS OF CHOLINERGIC DEPLETION ON EXPERIENCE-DEPENDENT PLASTICITY IN THE CORTEX OF THE RAT

      Neuroscience
    41. EFANGE SMN; GARLAND EM; STALEY JK; KHARE AB; MASH DC
      VESICULAR ACETYLCHOLINE TRANSPORTER DENSITY AND ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Neurobiology of aging
    42. SARTER M; BRUNO JP
      TRANSSYNAPTIC STIMULATION OF CORTICAL ACETYLCHOLINE AND ENHANCEMENT OF ATTENTIONAL FUNCTIONS - A RATIONAL APPROACH FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF COGNITION ENHANCERS

      Behavioural brain research
    43. ROBBINS TW; MCALONAN G; MUIR JL; EVERITT BJ
      COGNITIVE ENHANCERS IN THEORY AND PRACTICE - STUDIES OF THE CHOLINERGIC HYPOTHESIS OF COGNITIVE DEFICITS IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Behavioural brain research
    44. STALEY JK; MASH DC; PARSONS SM; KHARE AB; EFANGE SMN
      PHARMACOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE VESAMICOL ANALOG (-[I-125]MIBT IN PRIMATE BRAIN())

      European journal of pharmacology
    45. ITOH A; NITTA A; KATONO Y; USUI M; NARUHASHI K; IIDA R; HASEGAWA T; NABESHIMA T
      EFFECTS OF METRIFONATE ON MEMORY IMPAIRMENT AND CHOLINERGIC DYSFUNCTION IN RATS

      European journal of pharmacology
    46. ROBINSON JK; MAO JB
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS ON DELAYED NON-MATCHING-TO-POSITION IN RATS OF MICROINJECTIONS OF MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST SCOPOLAMINE OR NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST MK-801 INTO THE DORSAL OR VENTRAL EXTENT OF THE HIPPOCAMPUS

      Brain research
    47. TURCHI J; HOLLEY LA; SARTER M
      EFFECTS OF BENZODIAZEPINE RECEPTOR INVERSE AGONISTS AND NICOTINE ON BEHAVIORAL VIGILANCE IN SENESCENT RATS

      The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological sciences and medical sciences
    48. MUIR JL; EVERITT BJ; ROBBINS TW
      THE CEREBRAL-CORTEX OF THE RAT AND VISUAL ATTENTIONAL FUNCTION - DISSOCIABLE EFFECTS OF MEDIOFRONTAL, CINGULATE, ANTERIOR DORSOLATERAL, ANDPARIETAL CORTEX LESIONS ON A 5-CHOICE SERIAL REACTION-TIME-TASK

      Cerebral cortex
    49. SARTER M; BRUNO JP; GIVENS B; MOORE H; MCGAUGHY J; MCMAHON K
      NEURONAL MECHANISMS MEDIATING DRUG-INDUCED COGNITION ENHANCEMENT - COGNITIVE ACTIVITY AS A NECESSARY INTERVENING VARIABLE

      Cognitive brain research
    50. SHAUGHNESSY LW; BARONE S; MUNDY WR; TILSON HA
      NEUROCHEMICAL AND BEHAVIORAL RECOVERY AFTER COLCHICINE LESIONS OF THENUCLEUS BASALIS MAGNOCELLULARIS IN RATS

      Restorative neurology and neuroscience
    51. FADEL J; MOORE H; SARTER M; BRUNO JP
      TRANSSYNAPTIC STIMULATION OF CORTICAL ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE AFTER PARTIAL 192-IGG-SAPORIN-INDUCED LOSS OF CORTICAL CHOLINERGIC AFFERENTS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    52. DENTON DA; MCKINLEY MJ; WEISINGER RS
      HYPOTHALAMIC INTEGRATION OF BODY-FLUID REGULATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    53. DOUGHERTY KD; SALAT D; WALSH TJ
      INTRASEPTAL INJECTION OF THE CHOLINERGIC IMMUNOTOXIN 192-IGG SAPORIN FAILS TO DISRUPT LATENT INHIBITION IN A CONDITIONED TASTE-AVERSION PARADIGM

      Brain research
    54. STOEHR JD; WENK GL
      EFFECTS OF AGE AND LESIONS OF THE NUCLEUS BASALIS ON CONTEXTUAL FEAR CONDITIONING

      Psychobiology
    55. MALLET PE; BENINGER RJ; FLESHER SN; JHAMANDAS K; BOEGMAN RJ
      NUCLEUS BASALIS LESIONS - IMPLICATION OF BASOAMYGDALOID CHOLINERGIC PATHWAYS IN MEMORY

      Brain research bulletin
    56. STECKLER T; KEITH AB; WILEY RG; SAHGAL A
      CHOLINERGIC LESIONS BY 192-IGG-SAPORIN AND SHORT-TERM RECOGNITION MEMORY - ROLE OF THE SEPTOHIPPOCAMPAL PROJECTION

      Neuroscience
    57. MEYER RC; COOVER GD
      DOUBLE DISSOCIATION OF PASSIVE-AVOIDANCE AND MILK MAZE PERFORMANCE DEFICITS WITH DISCRETE LESIONS OF SUBSTANTIA INNOMINATA OR GLOBUS-PALLIDUS OF RATS

      Behavioural brain research
    58. WINKLER J; THAL LJ
      EFFECTS OF NERVE GROWTH-FACTOR TREATMENT ON RATS WITH LESIONS OF THE NUCLEUS BASALIS MAGNOCELLULARIS PRODUCED BY IBOTENIC ACID, QUISQUALIC ACID, AND AMPA

      Experimental neurology
    59. IKEDA K; EGASHIRA T; YAMASHITA J; OKOYAMA S
      EFFECT OF VAGAL AUTOTRANSPLANTATION AND BIFEMELANE HYDROCHLORIDE ON CHOLINERGIC MARKERS AND EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN RATS WITH LESIONS OF THE NUCLEUS BASALIS MAGNOCELLULARIS

      Brain research
    60. RIEKKINEN P; KUITUNEN J; RIEKKINEN M
      EFFECTS OF SCOPOLAMINE INFUSIONS INTO THE ANTERIOR AND POSTERIOR CINGULATE ON PASSIVE-AVOIDANCE AND WATER MAZE NAVIGATION

      Brain research
    61. WELNER SA; ROUSSE I; ROCHFORD J
      TRANSPLANTS TO THE CEREBRAL-CORTEX OF NUCLEUS BASALIS MAGNOCELLULARIS-LESIONED RATS - EFFECTS ON DEFICITS IN LATENT INHIBITION

      Brain research
    62. EFANGE SMN; MACH RH; SMITH CR; KHARE AB; FOULON C; AKELLA SK; CHILDERS SR; PARSONS SM
      VESAMICOL ANALOGS AS SIGMA-LIGANDS - MOLECULAR DETERMINANTS OF SELECTIVITY AT THE VESAMICOL RECEPTOR

      Biochemical pharmacology
    63. ERIKSSON S; ANDERSSON B; RUNDGREN M
      INFLUENCE OF FOREBRAIN LESIONS AND ISOFLURANE ANESTHESIA, RESPECTIVELY, ON RESPONSES TO THE INTRACAROTID INFUSION OF ANGIOTENSIN-II IN SHEEP

      Acta Physiologica Scandinavica
    64. GRANON S; POUCET B; THINUSBLANC C; CHANGEUX JP; VIDAL C
      NICOTINIC AND MUSCARINIC RECEPTORS IN THE RAT PREFRONTAL CORTEX - DIFFERENTIAL ROLES IN WORKING-MEMORY, RESPONSE SELECTION AND EFFORTFUL PROCESSING

      Psychopharmacology
    65. BACHMAN ES; BERGERSWEENEY J; COYLE JT; HOHMANN CF
      DEVELOPMENTAL REGULATION OF ADULT CORTICAL MORPHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR - AN ANIMAL-MODEL FOR MENTAL-RETARDATION

      International journal of developmental neuroscience
    66. HARRINGTON CA; MOBLEY SL; WENK GL
      NITRIC-OXIDE FORMATION DOES NOT UNDERLIE THE MEMORY DEFICITS PRODUCEDBY IBOTENATE INJECTIONS INTO THE NUCLEUS BASALIS OF RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    67. DURKIN TP
      SPATIAL WORKING-MEMORY OVER LONG RETENTION INTERVALS - DEPENDENCE ON SUSTAINED CHOLINERGIC ACTIVATION IN THE SEPTOHIPPOCAMPAL OR NUCLEUS BASALIS MAGNOCELLULARIS-CORTICAL PATHWAYS

      Neuroscience
    68. MARSTON HM; WEST HL; WILKINSON LS; EVERITT BJ; ROBBINS TW
      EFFECTS OF EXCITOTOXIC LESIONS OF THE SEPTUM AND VERTICAL LIMB NUCLEUS OF THE DIAGONAL BAND OF BROCA ON CONDITIONAL VISUAL-DISCRIMINATION -RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERFORMANCE AND CHOLINE-ACETYLTRANSFERASE ACTIVITY IN THE CINGULATE CORTEX

      The Journal of neuroscience
    69. SARTER MF; BRUNO JP
      COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS OF CORTICAL ACH - LESSONS FROM STUDIES ON TRANSSYNAPTIC MODULATION OF ACTIVATED EFFLUX

      Trends in neurosciences
    70. VANDERWOLF CH; CAIN DP
      THE BEHAVIORAL NEUROBIOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MEMORY - A CONCEPTUAL REORIENTATION

      Brain research reviews
    71. RUSSELL RW; ESCOBAR ML; BOOTH RA; BERMUDEZRATTONI F
      ACCELERATING BEHAVIORAL RECOVERY AFTER CORTICAL-LESIONS .2. IN-VIVO EVIDENCE FOR CHOLINERGIC INVOLVEMENT

      Behavioral and neural biology
    72. KHAN A; LAI H; UKAI Y; MIROLO MH
      NS-3, A TRH ANALOG, REVERSES REPEATED ECS-INDUCED DEFICITS IN WATER MAZE PERFORMANCE IN THE RAT

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    73. OCONNELL A; EARLEY B; LEONARD BE
      PHENCYCLIDINE PREVENTS SPATIAL NAVIGATION AND PASSIVE-AVOIDANCE DEFICITS IN IBOTENATE LESIONED RATS

      Neuropharmacology
    74. WAITE JJ; CHEN AD; WARDLOW ML; THAL LJ
      BEHAVIORAL AND BIOCHEMICAL CONSEQUENCES OF COMBINED LESIONS OF THE MEDIAL SEPTUM DIAGONAL BAND AND NUCLEUS BASALIS IN THE RAT WHEN IBOTENICACID, QUISQUALIC ACID, AND AMPA ARE USED

      Experimental neurology
    75. ROSSNER S; SCHLIEBS R; BIGL V
      IBOTENIC ACID LESION OF NUCLEUS BASALIS MAGNOCELLULARIS DIFFERENTIALLY AFFECTS CHOLINERGIC, GLUTAMATERGIC AND GABAERGIC MARKERS IN CORTICALRAT-BRAIN REGIONS

      Brain research
    76. MURTHA SJE; PAPPAS BA
      NEUROCHEMICAL, HISTOPATHOLOGICAL AND MNEMONIC EFFECTS OF COMBINED LESIONS OF THE MEDIAL SEPTAL AND SEROTONIN AFFERENTS TO THE HIPPOCAMPUS

      Brain research
    77. LANGLAIS PJ; CONNOR DJ; THAL L
      COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF SINGLE AND COMBINED NEUROTOXIC LESIONS OF THE NUCLEUS BASALIS MAGNOCELLULARIS AND DORSAL NORADRENERGIC BUNDLE ON LEARNING AND MEMORY IN THE RAT

      Behavioural brain research
    78. LOPEZGARCIA JC; FERNANDEZRUIZ J; ESCOBAR ML; BERMUDEZRATTONI F; TAPIA R
      EFFECTS OF EXCITOTOXIC LESIONS OF THE NUCLEUS BASALIS MAGNOCELLULARISON CONDITIONED TASTE-AVERSION AND INHIBITORY AVOIDANCE IN THE RAT

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    79. MARSTON HM; EVERITT BJ; ROBBINS TW
      COMPARATIVE EFFECTS OF EXCITOTOXIC LESIONS OF THE HIPPOCAMPUS AND SEPTUM DIAGONAL BAND ON CONDITIONAL VISUAL-DISCRIMINATION AND SPATIAL-LEARNING

      Neuropsychologia
    80. RIEKKINEN P; RIEKKINEN M; SIRVIO J
      CHOLINERGIC DRUGS REGULATE PASSIVE-AVOIDANCE PERFORMANCE VIA THE AMYGDALA

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    81. BOGDANOVIC N; ISLAM A; NILSSON L; BERGSTROM L; WINBLAD B; ADEM A
      EFFECTS OF NUCLEUS BASALIS LESION ON MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR SUBTYPES

      Experimental Brain Research
    82. BOGDANOVIC N; NILSSON L; ADEM A; WINBLAD B; BERGSTROM L
      DECREASE OF SOMATOSTATIN RECEPTOR-BINDING IN THE RAT CEREBRAL-CORTEX AFTER IBOTENIC ACID LESION OF THE NUCLEUS BASALIS MAGNOCELLULARIS - A QUANTITATIVE AUTORADIOGRAPHIC STUDY

      Brain research
    83. LAPCHAK PA; ARAUJO DM; PASINETTI G; HEFTI F
      DIFFERENTIAL ALTERATIONS OF CORTICAL CHOLINERGIC AND NEUROTENSIN MARKERS FOLLOWING IBOTENIC ACID LESIONS OF THE NUCLEUS BASALIS MAGNOCELLULARIS

      Brain research


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