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    1. Tighilet, B; Lacour, M
      Gamma amino butyric acid (GABA) immunoreactivity in the vestibular nuclei of normal and unilateral vestibular neurectomized cats

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Carpentieri, AR; Vermouth, NT; Bellavia, SL
      Prenatal and neonatal diazepam administration synchronizes testicular malate dehydrogenase circadian rhythms in young rats

      BIOLOGICAL RHYTHM RESEARCH
    3. Siegrist, C; Benedetti, C; Orlando, A; Beltran, JM; Tuchscherr, L; Noseda, CMJ; Brusco, LI; Cardinali, DP
      Lack of changes in serum prolactin, FSH, TSH, and estradiol after melatonin treatment in doses that improve sleep and reduce benzodiazepine consumption in sleep-disturbed, middle-aged, and elderly patients

      JOURNAL OF PINEAL RESEARCH
    4. Rammes, G; Eder, M; Dodt, HU; Kochs, E; Zieglgansberger, W
      Long-term depression in the basolateral amygdala of the mouse involves theactivation of interneurons

      NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Takagi, T; Ando, R; Ohgushi, A; Yamashita, T; Dobashi, E; Hussain-Yusuf, H; Onodera, R; Bungo, T; Sato, H; Furuse, M
      Intracerebroventricular injection of pipecolic acid inhibits food intake and induces sleeping-like behaviors in the neonatal chick

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    6. Pang, CS; Tsang, SF; Yang, JC
      Effects of melatonin, morphine and diazepam on formalin-induced nociception in mice

      LIFE SCIENCES
    7. De Laurentiis, A; Pisera, D; Lasaga, M; Diaz, MD; Theas, S; Duvilanski, B; Seilicovich, A
      Effect of interleukin-6 and tumor necrosis factor-alpha on GABA release from mediobasal hypothalamus and posterior pituitary

      NEUROIMMUNOMODULATION
    8. Liu, C; Reppert, SM
      GABA synchronizes clock cells within the suprachiasmatic circadian clock

      NEURON
    9. Duvilanski, BH; Pisera, D; Seilicovich, A; Diaz, MD; Lasaga, M; Isovich, E; Verlardez, MO
      Interaction between substance P and TRH in the control of prolactin release

      JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY
    10. Kopp, C; Vogel, E; Rettori, MC; Delagrange, P; Renard, P; Lesieur, D; Misslin, R
      Regulation of emotional behaviour by day length in mice: implication of melatonin

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    11. Marsicano, G; Lutz, B
      Expression of the cannabinoid receptor CB1 in distinct neuronal subpopulations in the adult mouse forebrain

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    12. Kopp, C; Vogel, E; Rettori, MC; Delagrange, P; Renard, P; Lesieur, D; Misslin, R
      Antagonistic effects of S 22153, a new mt1 and MT2 receptor ligand, on theneophobia-reducing properties of melatonin in BALB/c mice

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    13. Kopp, C; Vogel, E; Rettori, MC; Delagrange, P; Guardiola-Lemaitre, B; Misslin, R
      Effects of melatonin on neophobic responses in different strains of mice

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    14. Gernert, M; Richter, A; Loscher, W
      Alterations in spontaneous single unit activity of striatal subdivisions during ontogenesis in mutant dystonic hamsters

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    15. Spanis, CW; Bianchin, MM; Izquierdo, I; McGaugh, JL
      Excitotoxic basolateral amygdala lesions potentiate the memory impairment effect of muscimol injected into the medial septal area

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    16. SOBKOWICZ HM; SLAPNICK SM; NITECKA LM; AUGUST BK
      TUNNEL CROSSING FIBERS AND THEIR SYNAPTIC CONNECTIONS WITHIN THE INNER HAIR CELL REGION IN THE ORGAN OF CORTI IN THE MATURING MOUSE

      Anatomy and embryology
    17. DUVILANSKI BH; SELGAS L; GARCIABONACHO M; ESQUIFINO AI
      DAILY VARIATIONS OF AMINO-ACID CONCENTRATION IN MEDIOBASAL HYPOTHALAMUS, IN RATS INJECTED WITH FREUNDS-ADJUVANT - EFFECT OF CYCLOSPORINE

      Journal of neuroimmunology
    18. NAKANO T; KOBAYASHI K; HOSOI R; WAKAHARA S; WATANABE Y; NISHIMURA T; INOUE O
      EFFECTS OF THE GABAERGIC SYSTEM ON IN-VIVO BINDING OF [H-3]N-METHYLSPIPERONE

      Neuropharmacology
    19. Wiley, JL; Dance, ME; Balster, RL
      Preclinical evaluation of the reinforcing and discriminative stimulus effects of agomelatine (S-20098), a melatonin agonist

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    20. YOSHII M; WATABE S; SAKURAI T; SHIOTANI T
      CELLULAR MECHANISMS UNDERLYING COGNITION-ENHANCING ACTIONS OF NEFIRACETAM (DM-9384)

      Behavioural brain research
    21. GUO YH; KAPLAN IV; COOPER NGF; MOWER GD
      EXPRESSION OF 2 FORMS OF GLUTAMIC-ACID DECARBOXYLASE (GAD67 AND GAD65) DURING POSTNATAL-DEVELOPMENT OF CAT VISUAL-CORTEX

      Developmental brain research
    22. CLARK AS; ROBINSON S; HENDERSON LP
      DYNAMICS OF GABA(A) RECEPTOR-BINDING IN THE VENTROMEDIAL HYPOTHALAMUSDURING POSTNATAL-DEVELOPMENT IN THE RAT

      Developmental brain research
    23. YANNIELLI PC; KANTEREWICZ BI; CARDINALI DP
      CIRCADIAN CHANGES IN ANXIOLYSIS-RELATED BEHAVIOR OF SYRIAN-HAMSTERS -CORRELATION WITH HYPOTHALAMIC GABA RELEASE

      Biological rhythm research
    24. SMITH ST; BRENNAN C; CLARK AS; HENDERSON LP
      GABA(A) RECEPTOR-MEDIATED RESPONSES IN THE VENTROMEDIAL NUCLEUS OF THE HYPOTHALAMUS OF FEMALE AND MALE NEONATAL RATS

      Neuroendocrinology
    25. TANAKA T; SAITO H; MATSUKI N
      BASIC FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR MODULATES SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION IN CULTURED RAT HIPPOCAMPAL-NEURONS

      Brain research
    26. ETCHEGOYEN GS; DELZOTTO H
      EFFECT OF CATECHOLESTROGENS ON [H-3] GABA UPTAKE BY HYPOTHALAMIC CRUDE SYNAPTOSOMES

      Archives of physiology and biochemistry
    27. REMISZEWSKA M; JASTRZEBSKI Z; CZYZEWSKASZAFRAN H; SKIERSKI JS
      ACTIVATION OF GABA-A RECEPTOR BY HYPOTENSIVE DRUGS

      Research communications in molecular pathology and pharmacology
    28. RIO JP; REPERANT J; HERBIN M; MICELI D
      DISTRIBUTION OF GABA IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE RETINO-RECIPIENT LAYER OF THE VIPER OPTIC TECTUM - A LIGHT AND ELECTRON-MICROSCOPE QUANTITATIVE STUDY

      Anatomy and embryology
    29. KANTEREWICZ BI; ROSENSTEIN RE; GOLOMBEK DA; YANNIELLI PC; CARDINALI DP
      DAILY VARIATIONS IN GABA RECEPTOR FUNCTION IN SYRIAN-HAMSTER CEREBRAL-CORTEX

      Neuroscience letters
    30. CARDINALI DP; ROSENSTEIN RE; KANTEREWICZ BA; CUTRERA R; FAILLACE MP; DELLAMAGGIORE V; YANNIELLI PC
      NEURAL MECHANISM INVOLVED IN THE CHRONOBIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF MELATONIN

      Neuro endocrinology letters
    31. LIN MH; TAKAHASHI MP; TAKAHASHI Y; TSUMOTO T
      INTRACELLULAR CALCIUM INCREASE INDUCED BY GABA IN VISUAL-CORTEX OF FETAL AND NEONATAL RATS AND ITS DISAPPEARANCE WITH DEVELOPMENT

      Neuroscience research
    32. DUVILANSKI B; SEILICOVICH A; DEBELJUK L; LASAGA M; DIAZ MD; PISERA D
      GABA TRANSPORT AND SUBCELLULAR-DISTRIBUTION IN THE RAT ANTERIOR-PITUITARY GLAND

      Neuroendocrinology
    33. ANTAL M; BERKI AC; HORVATH L; ODONOVAN MJ
      DEVELOPMENTAL-CHANGES IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC ACID-IMMUNOREACTIVE NEURONS IN THE EMBRYONIC CHICK LUMBOSACRAL SPINAL-CORD

      Journal of comparative neurology
    34. TAKEDA M; OHNISHI H
      COCKROACH NEURONS SHARE THE EPITOPE FOR AN ANTISERUM AGAINST MAMMALIAN GLUTAMATE-DECARBOXYLASE (GAD)

      Applied Entomology and Zoology
    35. KANTEREWICZ BI; GOLOMBEK DA; ROSENSTEIN RE; CARDINALI DP
      DIURNAL CHANGES OF GABA TURNOVER RATE IN BRAIN AND PINEAL-GLAND OF SYRIAN-HAMSTERS

      Brain research bulletin
    36. SUZUKI M; KURAMOCHI T; SUGA T
      GABA RECEPTOR SUBTYPES INVOLVED IN THE NEURONAL MECHANISMS OF BARORECEPTOR REFLEX IN THE NUCLEUS-TRACTUS-SOLITARII OF RABBITS

      Journal of the autonomic nervous system
    37. KORNEYEV AY; COSTA E; GUIDOTTI A
      DURING ANESTHETIC-INDUCED ACTIVATION OF HYPOTHALAMIC-PITUITARY-ADRENAL AXIS, BLOOD-BORNE STEROIDS FAIL TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE ANESTHETIC EFFECT

      Neuroendocrinology
    38. KRAGH J; SEIDELIN J; BOLWIG TG
      SEIZURE THRESHOLD TO LIDOCAINE IS DECREASED FOLLOWING REPEATED ECS (ELECTROCONVULSIVE SHOCK)

      Psychopharmacology


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