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    1. Gafvelin, G; Johansson, E; Lundin, A; Smith, AM; Chapman, MD; Benjamin, DC; Derewenda, U; van Hage-Hamsten, M
      Cross-reactivity studies of a new group 2 allergen from the dust mite Glycyphagus domesticus, Gly d 2, and group 2 allergens from Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus, Lepidoglyphus destructor, and Tyrophagus putrescentiae with recombinant allergens

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    2. Al-Khrasani, M; Orosz, G; Kocsis, L; Farkas, V; Magyar, A; Lengyel, I; Benyhe, S; Borsodi, A; Ronai, AZ
      Receptor constants for endomorphin-1 and endomprphin-1-ol indicate differences in efficacy and receptor occupancy

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    3. Niijima, F; Tan-No, K; Esashi, A; Nakagawasai, O; Tadano, T; Takahashi, N; Yonezawa, A; Sakurada, S; Kisara, K
      Inhibitory effect of intracerebroventricularly-administered [D-Arg(2), beta-Ala(4)]-dermorphin (1-4) on gastrointestinal transit

      PEPTIDES
    4. Wang, HL
      A conserved arginine in the distal third intracellular loop of the mu-opioid receptor is required for G protein activation

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    5. Przewlocka, B; Mika, J; Labuz, D; Toth, G; Przewlocki, R
      Spinal analgesic action of endomorphins in acute, inflammatory and neuropathic pain in rats

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    6. MAO JR; PRICE DD; LU J; MAYER DJ
      ANTINOCICEPTIVE TOLERANCE TO THE MU-OPIOID AGONIST DAMGO IS DOSE-DEPENDENTLY REDUCED BY MK-801 IN RATS

      Neuroscience letters
    7. CHAKRABARTI S; LAW PY; LOH HH
      DISTINCT DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MORPHINE- AND -ALA(2),N-MEPHE(4),GLY-OL(5)]-ENKEPHALIN-MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR COMPLEXES DEMONSTRATED BY CYCLIC-AMP-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE PHOSPHORYLATION

      Journal of neurochemistry
    8. SEKI T; MINAMI M; NAKAGAWA T; IENAGA Y; MORISADA A; SATOH M
      DAMGO RECOGNIZES 4 RESIDUES IN THE 3RD EXTRACELLULAR LOOP TO DISCRIMINATE BETWEEN MU-OPIOID AND KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTORS

      European journal of pharmacology
    9. FUJIBAYASHI K; KUBOTA K; SAITO K
      EFFECTS OF R-84760, A SELECTIVE KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONIST, ON NOCICEPTIVE REFLEX IN ISOLATED NEONATAL RAT SPINAL-CORD

      European journal of pharmacology
    10. HASHIGUCHI Y; MOLINA PE; DORTON S; MCNURLAN MA; GARLICK PJ; REDDY D; ABUMRAD NN
      CENTRAL OPIATE MU-RECEPTOR-MEDIATED SUPPRESSION OF TISSUE PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    11. KOTZ CM; BILLINGTON CJ; LEVINE AS
      OPIOIDS IN THE NUCLEUS OF THE SOLITARY TRACT ARE INVOLVED IN FEEDING IN THE RAT

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    12. BHARGAVA HN; VILLAR VM; CORTIJO J; MORCILLO EJ
      BINDING OF [H-3][D-ALA(2), MEPHE(4), GLY-OL(5)] ENKEPHALIN, [H-3][D-PEN(2), D-PEN(5)] ENKEPHALIN, AND [H-3]U-69,593 TO AIRWAY AND PULMONARYTISSUES OF NORMAL AND SENSITIZED RATS

      Peptides
    13. TSUSHIMA H; MORI M; MATSUDA T
      CENTRAL REGULATION OF URINE PRODUCTION BY A SELECTIVE MU-OPIOID AGONIST, [D-ALA(2), N-ME-PHE(4), GLY(5)-OL]-ENKEPHALIN, IN RATS

      Japanese Journal of Pharmacology
    14. OHSAWA M; KAMEI J
      POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C IN THE ATTENUATION OF [D-ALA(2),NMEPHE(4),GLY-OL(5)]ENKEPHALIN-INDUCED ANTINOCICEPTION IN DIABETICMICE

      European journal of pharmacology
    15. PARONIS CA; WOODS JH
      CLOCINNAMOX DOSE-DEPENDENTLY ANTAGONIZES MORPHINE-ANALGESIA AND [H-3]DAMGO BINDING IN RATS

      European journal of pharmacology
    16. CHAN KW; DUTTORY A; YOBURN BC
      MAGNITUDE OF TOLERANCE TO FENTANYL IS INDEPENDENT OF MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR DENSITY

      European journal of pharmacology
    17. TOYOSHI T; UKAI M; KAMEYAMA T
      OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONISTS SELECTIVE FOR MU-RECEPTORS AND KAPPA-RECEPTORS ATTENTUATE METHAMPHETAMINE-INDUCED BEHAVIORAL SENSITIZATION IN THE MOUSE

      Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin
    18. PYPE JL; DUPONT LJ; DEMEDTS MG; VERLEDEN GM
      OPIOIDS MODULATE THE CHOLINERGIC CONTRACTION BUT NOT THE NONADRENERGIC RELAXATION IN GUINEA-PIG AIRWAYS IN-VITRO

      The European respiratory journal
    19. WEEMS HB; CHALECKAFRANASZEK E; COTE TE
      SOLUBILIZATION OF HIGH-AFFINITY, GUANINE NUCLEOTIDE-SENSITIVE MU-OPIOID RECEPTORS FROM RAT-BRAIN MEMBRANES

      Journal of neurochemistry
    20. RECHE I; FUENTES JA; RUIZGAYO M
      POTENTIATION OF DELTA(9)-TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL-INDUCED ANALGESIA BY MORPHINE IN MICE - INVOLVEMENT OF MU-OPIOID AND KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTORS

      European journal of pharmacology
    21. DUVAUCHELLE CL; FLEMING SM; KORNETSKY C
      INVOLVEMENT OF DELTA-OPIOID AND MU-OPIOID RECEPTORS IN THE POTENTIATION OF BRAIN-STIMULATION REWARD

      European journal of pharmacology
    22. SZETO HH; CHENG PY; SOONG Y; WU DL
      LACK OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OPIOID-INDUCED CHANGES IN FETAL BREATHING AND PLASMA-GLUCOSE LEVELS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    23. RAFFA RB; MARTINEZ RP; RENZI MJ; CODD EE
      LICL UNCOUPLES SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION IN MORPHINE-INDUCED SUPRASPINAL ANTINOCICEPTION IN MICE

      General pharmacology
    24. CHIKAI T; SAEKI K
      EFFECT OF MINUTE AMOUNTS OF [D-ALA(2),MEPHE(4),GLY(OL)(5)]ENKEPHALIN INJECTED INTO THE TUBEROMAMMILLARY NUCLEUS OF RATS ON HISTAMINE-RELEASE FROM THE CEREBRAL-CORTEX

      Neuroscience letters
    25. PRZEWLOCKA B; LASON W; MACHELSKA H; VANLUIJTELAAR G; COENEN A; PRZEWLOCKI R
      KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONISTS SUPPRESS ABSENCE SEIZURES IN WAG RIJ RATS/

      Neuroscience letters
    26. MINAMI M; ONOGI T; NAKAGAWA T; KATAO Y; AOKI Y; KATSUMATA S; SATOH M
      DAMGO, A MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR-SELECTIVE LIGAND, DISTINGUISHES BETWEEN MU-OPIOID AND KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTORS AT A DIFFERENT REGION FROM THAT FOR THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN MU-OPIOID AND DELTA-OPIOID RECEPTORS

      FEBS letters
    27. TOYOSHI T; UKAI M; KAMEYAMA T
      INTRASTRIATAL INJECTION OF OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONISTS INHIBITS APOMORPHINE-INDUCED BEHAVIOR IN 6-HYDROXYDOPAMINE-TREATED MICE

      European journal of pharmacology
    28. CHAN K; BRODSKY M; DAVIS T; FRANKLIN S; INTURRISI CE; YOBURN BC
      THE EFFECT OF THE IRREVERSIBLE MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST CLOCINNAMOX ON MORPHINE POTENCY, RECEPTOR-BINDING AND RECEPTOR MESSENGER-RNA

      European journal of pharmacology
    29. MONROE PJ; KRADEL BK; SMITH DL; SMITH DJ
      OPIOID EFFECTS ON SPINAL [H-3] 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE RELEASE ARE NOT RELATED TO THEIR ANTINOCICEPTIVE ACTION

      European journal of pharmacology
    30. PAUL D; TRAN JG
      DIFFERENTIAL CROSS-TOLERANCE BETWEEN ANALGESIA PRODUCED BY ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTOR AGONISTS AND RECEPTOR SUBTYPE-SELECTIVE OPIOID TREATMENTS

      European journal of pharmacology
    31. MAYER JH; STEFFENSEN SC; HENRIKSEN SJ
      SITE-SELECTIVE ACUTE DESENSITIZATION FOLLOWING LOCAL-ADMINISTRATION OF OPIOID IN THE HIPPOCAMPUS

      Brain research
    32. THORAT SN; BHARGAVA HN
      EVIDENCE FOR A BIDIRECTIONAL CROSS-TOLERANCE BETWEEN MORPHINE AND DELTA(9)-TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL IN MICE

      European journal of pharmacology
    33. MCINTOSH C; YAGO V; KWOK YN
      BETA-FUNALTREXAMINE BLOCKADE OF OPIOID-INDUCED INHIBITION OF SOMATOSTATIN SECRETION FROM RAT STOMACH

      European journal of pharmacology
    34. YOKOO H; YAMADA S; YOSHIDA M; TANAKA T; MIZOGUCHI K; EMOTO H; KOGA C; ISHII H; ISHIKAWA M; KURASAKI N; MATSUI M; TANAKA M
      EFFECT OF OPIOID-PEPTIDES ON DOPAMINE RELEASE FROM NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS AFTER REPEATED TREATMENT WITH METHAMPHETAMINE

      European journal of pharmacology
    35. UKAI M; TOYOSHI T; KAMEYAMA T
      RECEPTOR-SELECTIVE OPIOID-PEPTIDES FAIL TO AFFECT BEHAVIORAL-RESPONSES INDUCED BY A LOW-DOSE OF APOMORPHINE IN THE MOUSE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    36. COTE TE; GOSSE ME; WEEMS HB
      SOLUBILIZATION OF HIGH-AFFINITY, GUANINE NUCLEOTIDE-SENSITIVE MU-OPIOID RECEPTORS FROM 7315C CELL-MEMBRANES

      Journal of neurochemistry


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