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    1. Andre, V; Marescaux, C; Nehlig, A; Fritschy, JM
      Alterations of hippocampal GABAergic system contribute to development of spontaneous recurrent seizures in the rat lithium-pilocarpine model of temporal lobe epilepsy

      HIPPOCAMPUS
    2. Davis, KM; Wu, JY
      Role of glutamatergic and GABAergic systems in alcoholism

      JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE
    3. Buck, KJ; Finn, DA
      Genetic factors in addiction: QTL mapping and candidate gene studies implicate GABAergic genes in alcohol and barbiturate withdrawal in mice

      ADDICTION
    4. Beyenburg, S; Stoffel-Wagner, B; Bauer, J; Watzka, M; Blumcke, I; Bidlingmaier, F; Elger, CE
      Neuroactive steroids and seizure susceptibility

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    5. Barbaccia, ML; Affricano, D; Purdy, RH; Maciocco, E; Spiga, F; Biggio, G
      Clozapine, but not haloperidol, increases brain concentrations of neuroactive steroids in the rat

      NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    6. Grobin, AC; Matthews, DB; Montoya, D; Wilson, WA; Morrow, AL; Swartzwelder, HS
      Age-related differences in neurosteroid potentiation of muscimol-stimulated (36)C1(-) flux following chronic ethanol treatment

      NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Maksay, G; Fodor, L; Bielik, N; Tarnawa, I
      Bicarbonate and thiocyanate ions affect the gating of gamma-aminobutyric acid(A) receptors in cultured rat cortical cells

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    8. Perche, F; Young, J; Robel, P; Simon, NG; Haug, M
      Prenatal testosterone treatment potentiates the aggression-inhibiting effect of the neurosteroid dehydroepiandrosterone in female mice

      AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR
    9. Barbaccia, ML; Serra, M; Purdy, RH; Biggio, G
      Stress and neuroactive steroids

      NEUROSTEROIDS AND BRAIN FUNCTION
    10. Disney, A; Calford, MB
      Neurosteroids mediate habituation and tonic inhibition in the auditory midbrain

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    11. Wang, MD; Zhu, D; Backstrom, T; Wahlstrom, G
      The interaction between ethanol and pregnanolone at induction of anaesthesia investigated with a threshold method in male rats

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    12. Nadeson, R; Goodchild, CS
      Antinociceptive properties of neurosteroids III: experiments with alphadolone given intravenously, intraperitoneally, and intragastrically

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA
    13. Serra, M; Pisu, MG; Muggironi, M; Parodo, V; Papi, G; Sari, R; Dazzi, L; Spiga, F; Purdy, RH; Biggio, G
      Opposite effects of short-versus long-term administration of fluoxetine onthe concentrations of neuroactive steroids in rat plasma and brain

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    14. Fish, EW; Faccidomo, S; DeBold, JF; Miczek, KA
      Alcohol, allopregnanolone and aggression in mice

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    15. VanDoren, MJ; Matthews, DB; Janis, GC; Grobin, AC; Devaud, LL; Morrow, AL
      Neuroactive steroid 3 alpha-hydroxy-5 alpha-pregnan-20-one modulates electrophysiological and behavioral actions of ethanol

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Follesa, P; Cagetti, E; Porta, S; Espositoto, G; Biggio, C
      Pivagabine-induced increases in the abundance of CRF mRNA in the cerebral cortex and hypothalamus of rats

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    17. Grahn, RE; Watkins, LR; Maier, SF
      Impaired escape performance and enhanced conditioned fear in rats following exposure to an uncontrollable stressor are mediated by glutamate and nitric oxide in the dorsal raphe nucleus

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    18. Ben-Ari, Y; Cossart, R
      Kainate, a double agent that generates seizures: two decades of progress

      TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES
    19. Kehoe, P; Mallinson, K; McCormick, CM; Frye, CA
      Central allopregnanolone is increased in rat pups in response to repeated,short episodes of neonatal isolation

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    20. Reilly, MT; Crabbe, JC; Rustay, NR; Finn, DA
      Acute neuroactive steroid withdrawal in withdrawal seizure-prone and withdrawal seizure-resistant mice

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    21. Concas, A; Porcu, P; Sogliano, C; Serra, M; Purdy, RH; Biggio, G
      Caffeine-induced increases in the brain and plasma concentrations of neuroactive steroids in the rat

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    22. Zeng, CM; Han, MC; Covey, DF
      Neurosteroid analogues. 7. A synthetic route for the conversion of 5 beta-methyl-3-ketosteroids into 7(S)-methyl-substituted analogues of neuroactivebenz[e]indenes

      JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    23. Gibbs, JW; Zhang, YF; Shumate, MD; Coulter, DA
      Regionally selective blockade of GABAergic inhibition by zinc in the thalamocortical system: Functional significance

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    24. Covey, DF; Han, MC; Kumar, AS; de la Cruz, MAM; Meadows, ES; Hu, YF; Tonnies, A; Nathan, D; Coleman, M; Benz, A; Evers, AS; Zorumski, CF; Mennerick, S
      Neurosteroid analogues. 8. Structure-activity studies of N-acylated 17a-aza-D-homosteroid analogues of the anesthetic steroids (3 alpha,5 alpha)- and(3 alpha,5 beta)-3-hydroxypregnan-20-one

      JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    25. Molnar, P; Nadler, JV
      gamma-Aminobutyrate, alpha-carboxy-2-nitrobenzyl ester selectively blocks inhibitory synaptic transmission in rat dentate gyrus

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    26. Jacobs, KM; Graber, KD; Kharazia, VN; Parada, I; Prince, DA
      Postlesional epilepsy: The ultimate brain plasticity

      EPILEPSIA
    27. Morrow, AL; Janis, GC; VanDoren, MJ; Matthews, DB; Samson, HH; Janak, PH; Grant, KA
      Neurosteroids mediate pharmacological effects of ethanol: A new mechanism of ethanol action?

      ALCOHOLISM-CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
    28. Blaine, K; Gasser, K; Conway, S
      Influence of fetal alcohol exposure on the GABAergic regulation of growth hormone release in postnatal rats

      ALCOHOLISM-CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
    29. Nakashima, YM; Pereverzev, A; Schneider, T; Covey, DF; Lingle, CJ
      Blockade of Ba2+ current through human alpha 1E channels by two steroid analogs, (+)-ACN and (+)-ECN

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    30. Criswell, HE; McCown, TJ; Ming, Z; Mueller, RA; Breese, GR
      Interactive role for neurosteroids in ethanol enhancement of gamma-aminobutyric acid-gated currents from dissociated substantia nigra reticulata neurons

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    31. GIBBS JW; MORTON LD; AMAKER B; WARD JD; HOLLOWAY KL; COULTER DA
      PHYSIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF RASMUSSENS ENCEPHALITIS - PATCH-CLAMP RECORDINGS OF ALTERED INHIBITORY NEUROTRANSMITTER FUNCTION IN RESECTED FRONTAL CORTICAL TISSUE

      Epilepsy research
    32. ZORUMSKI CF; MENNERICK SJ; COVEY DF
      ENANTIOSELECTIVE MODULATION OF GABAERGIC SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION BY STEROIDS AND BENZ[E]INDENES IN HIPPOCAMPAL MICROCULTURES

      Synapse
    33. Orser, BA; McAdam, LC; Roder, S; MacDonald, JF
      General anaesthetics and their effects on GABA(A) receptor desensitization

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    34. MARSZALEC W; AISTRUP AL; NARAHASHI T
      ETHANOL MODULATION OF EXCITATORY AND INHIBITORY SYNAPTIC-INTERACTIONSIN CULTURED CORTICAL-NEURONS

      Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research
    35. Janis, GC; Devaud, LL; Mitsuyama, H; Morrow, AL
      Effects of chronic ethanol consumption and withdrawal on the neuroactive steroid 3 alpha-hydroxy-5 alpha-pregnan-20-one in male and female rats

      ALCOHOLISM-CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
    36. TODOROVIC SM; PRAKRIYA M; NAKASHIMA YM; NILSSON KR; HAN MC; ZORUMSKI CF; COVEY DF; LINGLE CJ
      ENANTIOSELECTIVE BLOCKADE OF T-TYPE CA2-RAT SENSORY NEURONS BY A STEROID THAT LACKS GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC ACID-MODULATORY ACTIVITY( CURRENT INADULT)

      Molecular pharmacology
    37. ROSCETTI G; DELCARMINE R; TRABUCCHI M; MASSOTTI M; PURDY RH; BARBACCIA ML
      MODULATION OF NEUROSTEROID SYNTHESIS ACCUMULATION BY L-ASCORBIC-ACID IN RAT-BRAIN TISSUE - INHIBITION BY SELECTED SEROTONIN ANTAGONISTS/

      Journal of neurochemistry
    38. BANERJEE PK; SNEAD OC
      NEUROACTIVE STEROIDS EXACERBATE GAMMA-HYDROXYBUTYRIC ACID-INDUCED ABSENCE SEIZURES IN RATS

      European journal of pharmacology
    39. TSUDA M; SUZUKI T; MISAWA M
      MODULATION OF THE DECREASE IU THE SEIZURE THRESHOLD OF PENTYLENETETRAZOLE IN DIAZEPAM-WITHDRAWN MICE BY THE NEUROSTEROID 5-ALPHA-PREGNAN-3-ALPHA,21-DIOL-20-ONE (ALLOTHDOC)

      Addiction biology
    40. COULTER DA
      ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUG CELLULAR MECHANISMS OF ACTION - WHERE DOES LAMOTRIGINE FIT IN

      Journal of child neurology
    41. JONES MV; WESTBROOK GL
      SHAPING OF IPSCS BY ENDOGENOUS CALCINEURIN ACTIVITY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    42. DZOLJIC M; GELB AW
      INTRAVENOUS ANESTHETICS - SOME CELLULAR SITES OF ACTION

      European journal of anaesthesiology
    43. SERRA M; CONCAS A; BIGGIO G
      FAILURE OF LONG-TERM ADMINISTRATION OF ZOPICLONE AND ZOLPIDEM TO INDUCE TOLERANCE IN MICE

      Neuroscience research communications
    44. HAN MC; COVEY DF
      AN IMPROVED SYNTHESIS OF 18-NOR-17-KETOSTEROIDS AND APPLICATION OF THE METHOD FOR THE PREPARATION OF (3-BETA,5-BETA,13-ALPHA)-3-HYDROXYGONAN-17-ONE AND (3-BETA,5-BETA,13-BETA)-3-HYDROXYGONAN-17-ONE

      Journal of organic chemistry
    45. MORISHITA W; SASTRY BR
      POSTSYNAPTIC MECHANISMS UNDERLYING LONG-TERM DEPRESSION OF GABAERGIC TRANSMISSION IN NEURONS OF THE DEEP CEREBELLAR NUCLEI

      Journal of neurophysiology
    46. HU YF; ZORUMSKI CF; COVEY DF
      NEUROSTEROID ANALOGS .2. TOTAL SYNTHESIS AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF BENZ[E]INDENE ANALOGS OF THE ANESTHETIC STEROID ALPHAXALONE

      Journal of organic chemistry
    47. TITULAER MNG; GHIJSEN WEJM; KAMPHUIS W; DERIJK TC; DASILVA FHL
      OPPOSITE CHANGES IN GABA(A) RECEPTOR FUNCTION IN THE CA1-3 AREA AND FASCIA-DENTATA OF KINDLED RAT HIPPOCAMPUS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    48. INGLEFIELD JR; SIEGHART W; KELLOGG CK
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL AND NEUROCHEMICAL EVIDENCE FOR GABA(A) RECEPTOR HETEROGENEITY BETWEEN THE HYPOTHALAMUS AND CORTEX

      Journal of chemical neuroanatomy


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