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    1. Yamanishi, T; Chapple, CR; Chess-Williams, R
      Which muscarinic receptor is important in the bladder?

      WORLD JOURNAL OF UROLOGY
    2. Pacheco, MA; Pastoor, TE; Lukas, RJ; Wecker, L
      Characterization of human alpha 4 beta 2 neuronal nicotinic receptors stably expressed in SH-EP1 cells

      NEUROCHEMICAL RESEARCH
    3. Miranda, DM; Romano-Silva, MA; Kalapothakis, E; Diniz, CR; Cordeiro, MN; Moraes-Santos, T; De Marco, L; Prado, MAM; Gomez, MV
      Spider neurotoxins block the beta scorpion toxin-induced calcium uptake inrat brain cortical synaptosomes

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    4. Correia-de-Sa, P; Timoteo, MA; Ribeiro, JA
      Synergism between A(2A)-adenosine receptor activation and vasoactive intestinal peptide to facilitate [H-3]-acetylcholine release from the rat motor nerve terminals

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    5. Leclere, PG; Lefebvre, RA
      Influence of nitric oxide donors and of the alpha(2)-agonist UK-14,304 on acetylcholine release in the pig gastric fundus

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    6. Loschmann, PA; De Groote, C; Albrecht, C; Darstein, M; Deransart, C; Landwehrmeyer, GB; Lucking, CH; Feuerstein, TJ
      [H-3]acetycholine release in rat striatal slices is not subject to dopamine heteroreceptor supersensitivity 30 months after 6-hydroxydopamine lesion of the substantia nigra

      NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERGS ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
    7. Lockhart, B; Closier, M; Howard, K; Steward, C; Lestage, P
      Differential inhibition of [H-3]-oxotremorine-M and [H-3]-quinuclinidyl benzilate binding to muscarinic receptors in rat brain membranes with acetylcholinesterase inhibitors

      NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERGS ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
    8. Ehret, A; Haaf, A; Jeltsch, H; Heimrich, B; Feuerstein, TJ; Jackisch, R
      Modulation of electrically evoked acetylcholine release in cultured rat septal neurones

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    9. Shen, A; Mitchelson, F
      Characterisation of the prejunctional inhibitory muscarinic receptor on cholinergic nerves in the rat urinary bladder

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    10. Nilvebrant, L
      The mechanism of action of tolterodine

      REVIEWS IN CONTEMPORARY PHARMACOTHERAPY
    11. Javitt, DC; Sershen, H; Hashim, A; Lajtha, A
      Inhibition of striatal dopamine release by glycine and glycyldodecylamide

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    12. Brooke, SM; Sapolsky, RM
      A cautionary note: The actions of adenosine agonists and antagonists may be reversed under certain conditions in primary cultures

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    13. Terry, AV; Hernandez, CM; Buccafusco, JJ; Gattu, M
      Deficits in spatial learning and nicotinic-acetylcholine receptors in older, spontaneously hypertensive rats

      NEUROSCIENCE
    14. Reuben, M; Clarke, PBS
      Nicotine-evoked [H-3]5-hydroxytryptamine release from rat striatal synaptosomes

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    15. Correia-de-Sa, P; Timoteo, MA; Ribeiro, JA
      A(2A) adenosine receptor facilitation of neuromuscular transmission: Influence of stimulus paradigm on calcium mobilization

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    16. Iannazzo, L; Majewski, H
      No involvement of nicotinic receptors in the facilitation of acetylcholineoutflow in mouse cortex in the presence of neostigmine and atropine

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    17. D'Agostino, G; Bolognesi, ML; Lucchelli, A; Vicini, D; Balestra, B; Spelta, V; Melchiorre, C; Tonini, M
      Prejunctional muscarinic inhibitory control of acetylcholine release in the human isolated detrusor: involvement of the M-4 receptor subtype

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    18. Barras, M; Coste, A; Eon, MT; Guillot, E
      Pharmacological characterization of muscarinic receptors implicated in rabbit detrusor muscle contraction and activation of inositol phospholipid hydrolysis in rabbit detrusor and parotid gland

      FUNDAMENTAL & CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    19. Yamamoto, Y; Kakigi, T; Maeda, K
      Intra-striatal phencyclidine inhibits N-methyl-D-aspartic acid-stimulated increase in glutamate levels of freely moving rats

      PROGRESS IN NEURO-PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY & BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    20. Sarhan, H; Fillion, G
      Differential sensitivity of 5-HT1B auto and heteroreceptors

      NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERGS ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
    21. Middleton, RE; Strnad, NP; Cohen, JB
      Photoaffinity labeling the torpedo nicotinic acetylcholine receptor with [H-3]tetracaine, a nondesensitizing noncompetitive antagonist

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    22. Lambrecht, G; Gross, J; Mutschler, E
      Neuronal soma-dendritic and prejunctional M-1-M-4 receptors in gastrointestinal and genitourinary smooth muscle

      LIFE SCIENCES
    23. Somogyi, GT; de Groat, WC
      Function, signal transduction mechanisms and plasticity of presynaptic muscarinic receptors in the urinary bladder

      LIFE SCIENCES
    24. Hegde, SS; Eglen, RM
      Muscarinic receptor subtypes modulating smooth muscle contractility in theurinary bladder

      LIFE SCIENCES
    25. Kiefer, G; Fischer, W; Feuerstein, TJ
      Effects of amitriptyline, amitriptylinoxide, doxepine and clozapine on N-methyl-D-aspartate-evoked release of [H-3]-acetylcholine in rat caudatoputamen

      ARZNEIMITTEL-FORSCHUNG-DRUG RESEARCH
    26. Wessler, I; Kirkpatrick, CJ; Racke, K
      Airway epithelium: more than just a barrier!

      TRENDS IN PHARMACOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    27. MATHIEUKIA AM; PAGES C; BESSON MJ
      INDUCIBILITY OF C-FOS PROTEIN IN VISUO-MOTOR SYSTEM AND LIMBIC STRUCTURES AFTER ACUTE AND REPEATED ADMINISTRATION OF NICOTINE IN THE RAT

      Synapse
    28. BRAVERMAN AS; KOHN IJ; LUTHIN GR; RUGGIERI MR
      PREJUNCTIONAL M-1 FACILITORY AND M-2 INHIBITORY MUSCARINIC RECEPTORS MEDIATE RAT BLADDER CONTRACTILITY

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    29. TSUDA K; TSUDA S; NISHIO I; MASUYAMA Y; GOLDSTEIN M
      CAPTOPRIL INHIBITS BOTH DOPAMINERGIC AND CHOLINERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION IN THE CENTRAL, NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology
    30. INADOME A; YOSHIDA M; TAKAHASHI W; YONO M; SESHITA H; MIYAMOTO Y; UEDA S
      DIRECT MEASUREMENT OF ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE IN DETRUSOR SMOOTH MUSCLES ISOLATED FROM RABBITS

      Urological research
    31. DAJASBAILADOR F; COSTA G; DAJAS F; EMMETT S
      EFFECTS OF ALPHA-ERABUTOXIN, ALPHA-BUNGAROTOXIN, ALPHA-COBRATOXIN ANDFASCICULIN ON THE NICOTINE-EVOKED RELEASE OF DOPAMINE IN THE RAT STRIATUM IN-VIVO

      Neurochemistry international
    32. TOBIN G; SJOGREN C
      PREJUNCTIONAL FACILITATORY AND INHIBITORY MODULATION OF PARASYMPATHETIC NERVE TRANSMISSION IN THE RABBIT URINARY-BLADDER

      Journal of the autonomic nervous system
    33. Inadome, A; Yoshida, M; Takahashi, W; Yono, M; Seshita, H; Miyamoto, Y; Kawano, T; Ueda, S
      Prejunctional muscarinic receptors modulating acetylcholine release in rabbit detrusor smooth muscles

      UROLOGIA INTERNATIONALIS
    34. INADOME A; YOSHIDA M; TAKAHASHI W; WADA Y; KITANI K; KIKUKAWA H; YONO M; SESHITA H; UEDA S
      MEASUREMENT OF ACETYLCHOLINE RELEASED FROM RABBIT DETRUSOR SMOOTH-MUSCLE USING HPLC WITH ELECTROCHEMICAL DETECTION COUPLED WITH MICRODIALYSIS PROCEDURE

      Life sciences
    35. PATEL HJ; GIEMBYCZ MA; KEELING JE; BARNES PJ; BELVISI MG
      INHIBITION OF CHOLINERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION IN GUINEA-PIG TRACHEA BY NS1619, A PUTATIVE ACTIVATOR OF LARGE-CONDUCTANCE, CALCIUM-ACTIVATED POTASSIUM CHANNELS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    36. MIAO H; LIU C; BISHOP K; GONG ZH; NORDBERG A; ZHANG X
      NICOTINE EXPOSURE DURING A CRITICAL PERIOD OF DEVELOPMENT LEADS TO PERSISTENT CHANGES IN NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTORS OF ADULT-RAT BRAIN

      Journal of neurochemistry
    37. SOMOGYI GT; ZERNOVA GV; YOSHIYAMA M; YAMAMOTO T; DEGROAT WC
      FREQUENCY-DEPENDENCE OF MUSCARINIC FACILITATION OF TRANSMITTER RELEASE IN URINARY-BLADDER STRIPS FROM NEURALLY INTACT OR CHRONIC SPINAL-CORD TRANSECTED RATS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    38. REINHEIMER T; HARNACK E; RACKE K; WESSLER I
      PROSTANOID RECEPTORS OF THE EP3 SUBTYPE MEDIATE INHIBITION OF EVOKED [H-3]ACETYLCHOLINE RELEASE FROM ISOLATED HUMAN BRONCHI

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    39. PHILLIS JW
      INHIBITORY-ACTION OF CGS-21680 ON CEREBRAL CORTICAL-NEURONS IS ANTAGONIZED BY BICUCULLINE AND PICROTOXIN - IS GABA INVOLVED

      Brain research
    40. RAINES DE; KRISHNAN NS
      TRANSIENT LOW-AFFINITY AGONIST BINDING TO TORPEDO POSTSYNAPTIC MEMBRANES RESOLVED BY USING SEQUENTIAL MIXING STOPPED-FLOW FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY

      Biochemistry
    41. ZHU FX; ZHANG XY; ROBINSON NE
      ORIGIN AND MODULATION OF ACH RELEASE FROM RAT AIRWAY CHOLINERGIC NERVES

      American journal of physiology. Lung cellular and molecular physiology
    42. SPERLAGH B; ANDRAS I; VIZI ES
      EFFECT OF SUBTYPE-SPECIFIC CA2-ANTAGONISTS AND CA2+-FREE MEDIA ON THEFIELD STIMULATION-EVOKED RELEASE OF ATP AND [H-3] ACETYLCHOLINE FROM RAT HABENULA SLICES()

      Neurochemical research
    43. VIZI ES; LIANG SD; SPERLAGH B; KITTEL A; JURANYI Z
      STUDIES ON THE RELEASE AND EXTRACELLULAR METABOLISM OF ENDOGENOUS ATPIN RAT SUPERIOR CERVICAL-GANGLION - SUPPORT FOR NEUROTRANSMITTER ROLEOF ATP

      Neuroscience
    44. HADJIIVANOVA C; PETKOV VD; MASLAROV D; TOTEV A; PANOVA Y; BELCHEVA I
      EFFECT OF DOTARIZINE ON K-STIMULATED [H-3] SEROTONIN AND [H-3] ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE FROM RAT HIPPOCAMPUS()

      General pharmacology
    45. ROSENZWEIGLIPSON S; THOMAS S; BARRETT JE
      ATTENUATION OF THE LOCOMOTOR ACTIVATING EFFECTS OF D-AMPHETAMINE, COCAINE, AND SCOPOLAMINE BY POTASSIUM CHANNEL MODULATORS

      Progress in neuro-psychopharmacology & biological psychiatry
    46. DARSTEIN M; LOSCHMANN PA; KNORLE R; FEUERSTEIN TJ
      STRYCHNINE-SENSITIVE GLYCINE RECEPTORS INDUCING [H-3] ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE IN RAT CAUDATOPUTAMEN - A NEW SITE OF ACTION OF ETHANOL

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    47. LIANG SD; VIZI ES
      POSITIVE FEEDBACK MODULATION OF ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE FROM ISOLATED RAT SUPERIOR CERVICAL-GANGLION

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    48. DIXON AK; WIDDOWSON L; RICHARDSON PJ
      DESENSITIZATION OF THE ADENOSINE A(1) RECEPTOR BY THE A(2A) RECEPTOR IN THE RAT STRIATUM

      Journal of neurochemistry
    49. CHEN DN; PATRICK JW
      THE ALPHA-BUNGAROTOXIN-BINDING NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR FROM RAT-BRAIN CONTAINS ONLY THE ALPHA-7 SUBUNIT

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    50. JIN SY; FREDHOLM BB
      GLUCOSE DEPRIVATION INCREASES BASAL AND ELECTRICALLY-EVOKED TRANSMITTER RELEASE FROM RAT STRIATAL SLICES - ROLE OF NMDA AND ADENOSINE A(1) RECEPTORS

      European journal of pharmacology
    51. NILVEBRANT L; ANDERSSON KE; GILLBERG PG; STAHL M; SPARF B
      TOLTERODINE - A NEW BLADDER-SELECTIVE ANTIMUSCARINIC AGENT

      European journal of pharmacology
    52. FABIANI ME; DINH DT; STORY DF
      INTERACTION OF THE RENIN-ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM, BRADYKININ AND SYMPATHETIC-NERVES WITH CHOLINERGIC TRANSMISSION IN THE RAT ISOLATED TRACHEA

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    53. CASALI TAA; GOMEZ RS; MORAESSANTOS T; ROMANOSILVA MA; PRADO MAM; GOMEZ MV
      DIFFERENT EFFECTS OF REDUCING AGENTS ON OMEGA-CONOTOXIN GVIA INHIBITION OF [H-3] ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE FROM RAT CORTICAL SLICES AND GUINEA-PIG MYENTERIC PLEXUS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    54. ADAMS CE; FREEDMAN R
      NICOTINIC ANTAGONIST ALPHA-BUNGAROTOXIN BINDING TO RAT HIPPOCAMPAL-NEURONS CONTAINING NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE

      Brain research
    55. GATTU M; PAULY JR; BOSS KL; SUMMERS JB; BUCCAFUSCO JJ
      COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT IN SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS - ROLE OF CENTRAL NICOTINIC RECEPTORS .1.

      Brain research
    56. DUNN SMJ; RAFTERY MA
      AGONIST BINDING TO THE TORPEDO ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR .1. COMPLEXITIES REVEALED BY DISSOCIATION KINETICS

      Biochemistry
    57. SOCCI DJ; ARENDASH GW
      CHRONIC NICOTINE TREATMENT PREVENTS NEURONAL LOSS IN NEOCORTEX RESULTING FROM NUCLEUS BASALIS LESIONS IN YOUNG-ADULT AND AGED RATS

      Molecular and chemical neuropathology
    58. FABIANI ME; VLAHOS R; STORY DF
      EPITHELIUM-DEPENDENT INHIBITION OF CHOLINERGIC TRANSMISSION IN RAT ISOLATED TRACHEA BY POTASSIUM CHANNEL OPENERS

      Pharmacological research
    59. REINHEIMER T; BERNEDO P; KLAPPROTH H; OELERT H; ZEISKE B; RACKE K; WESSLER I
      ACETYLCHOLINE IN ISOLATED AIRWAYS OF RAT, GUINEA-PIG, AND HUMAN - SPECIES-DIFFERENCES IN ROLE OF AIRWAY MUCOSA

      American journal of physiology. Lung cellular and molecular physiology
    60. LIU C; NORDBERG A; ZHANG X
      DIFFERENTIAL COEXPRESSION OF NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR ALPHA-4AND BETA-2 SUBUNIT GENES IN VARIOUS REGIONS OF RAT-BRAIN

      NeuroReport
    61. 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
    62. SAYDOFF JA; ZACZEK R
      BLOCKADE OF N-TYPE AND Q-TYPE CA2-EVOKED [H-3] ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE IN RAT HIPPOCAMPAL SLICES( CHANNELS INHIBIT K+)

      Brain research bulletin
    63. STITZEL JA; FARNHAM DA; COLLINS AC
      CHRONIC CORTICOSTERONE TREATMENT ELICITS DOSE-DEPENDENT CHANGES IN MOUSE-BRAIN ALPHA-BUNGAROTOXIN BINDING

      Neuroscience
    64. LATINI S; PAZZAGLI M; PEPEU G; PEDATA F
      A(2) ADENOSINE RECEPTORS - THEIR PRESENCE AND NEUROMODULATORY ROLE INTHE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      General pharmacology
    65. COLLINS AC; MARKS MJ
      ARE NICOTINIC RECEPTORS ACTIVATED OR INHIBITED FOLLOWING CHRONIC NICOTINE TREATMENT

      Drug development research
    66. TSUDA K; TSUDA S; GOLDSTEIN M; NISHIO I; MASUYAMA Y
      GLUTAMATERGIC REGULATION OF [H-3] ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE IN STRIATAL SLICES OF NORMOTENSIVE AND SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RATS

      Neurochemistry international
    67. DAWSON JJ; IANNAZZO L; MAJEWSKI H
      MUSCARINIC AUTOINHIBITION RELEASE IN MOUSE ATRIA IS NOT TRANSDUCED THROUGH CYCLIC-AMP OR PROTEIN-KINASE-C

      Journal of autonomic pharmacology
    68. ZHANG XY; ZHU FX; ROBINSON NE
      EXCITATORY PREJUNCTIONAL BETA(2)-ADRENOCEPTOR DISTRIBUTION WITHIN EQUINE AIRWAY CHOLINERGIC NERVES

      Respiration physiology
    69. SHEN WX; HORN JP
      PRESYNAPTIC MUSCARINIC INHIBITION IN BULLFROG SYMPATHETIC-GANGLIA

      Journal of physiology
    70. HSU YN; AMIN J; WEISS DS; WECKER L
      SUSTAINED NICOTINE EXPOSURE DIFFERENTIALLY AFFECTS ALPHA-3-BETA-2 ANDALPHA-4-BETA-2 NEURONAL NICOTINIC RECEPTORS EXPRESSED IN XENOPUS OOCYTES

      Journal of neurochemistry
    71. GONCALVES ML; RIBEIRO JA
      ADENOSINE A(2) RECEPTOR ACTIVATION FACILITATES CA-45(2-BRAIN SYNAPTOSOMES() UPTAKE BY RAT)

      European journal of pharmacology
    72. CLARKE PBS; REUBEN M
      RELEASE OF [H-3] NORADRENALINE FROM RAT HIPPOCAMPAL SYNAPTOSOMES BY NICOTINE - MEDIATION BY DIFFERENT NICOTINICRECEPTOR SUBTYPES FROM STRIATAL [H-3] DOPAMINE RELEASE

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    73. PICHLER M; WANG ZY; GRABNERWEISS C; REIMER D; HERING S; GRABNER M; GLOSSMANN H; STRIESSNIG J
      BLOCK OF P Q-TYPE CALCIUM CHANNELS BY THERAPEUTIC CONCENTRATIONS OF AMINOGLYCOSIDE ANTIBIOTICS/

      Biochemistry
    74. RAINES DE
      ANESTHETIC AND NONANESTHETIC HALOGENATED VOLATILE COMPOUNDS WAVE DISSIMILAR ACTIVITIES ON NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR DESENSITIZATION KINETICS

      Anesthesiology
    75. ABDULLA FA; BRADBURY E; CALAMINICI MR; LIPPIELLO PM; WONNACOTT S; GRAY JA; SINDEN JD
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN UP-REGULATION OF NICOTINE BINDING-SITES IN RAT-BRAIN AND DELAYED COGNITIVE ENHANCEMENT OBSERVED AFTER CHRONIC OR ACUTENICOTINIC RECEPTOR STIMULATION

      Psychopharmacology
    76. WESSLER I; BENDER H; HARLE P; HOHLE KD; KIRDORF G; KLAPPROTH H; REINHEIMER T; RICNY J; SCHNIEPPMENDELSSOHN KE; RACKE K
      RELEASE OF [H-3] ACETYLCHOLINE IN HUMAN ISOLATED BRONCHI - EFFECT OF INDOMETHACIN ON MUSCARINIC AUTOINHIBITION

      American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine
    77. CASSEL JC; JELTSCH H
      SEROTONERGIC MODULATION OF CHOLINERGIC FUNCTION IN THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM - COGNITIVE IMPLICATIONS

      Neuroscience
    78. AUBERT I; ROWE W; MEANEY MJ; GAUTHIER S; QUIRION R
      CHOLINERGIC MARKERS IN AGED COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED LONG-EVANS RATS

      Neuroscience
    79. TRACHSEL L; HELLER HC; MILLER JD
      NICOTINE PHASE-ADVANCES THE CIRCADIAN NEURONAL-ACTIVITY RHYTHM IN RATSUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEI EXPLANTS

      Neuroscience
    80. CHERNAEVA L; MIZHORKOVA Z
      POSTNATAL-DEVELOPMENT OF METHIONINE-ENKEPHALIN MODULATION OF CHOLINERGIC TRANSMISSION IN CAT ILEUM

      Mechanism of ageing and development
    81. APEL C; RICNY J; WAGNER G; WESSLER I
      ALPHA-BUNGAROTOXIN, KAPPA-BUNGAROTOXIN, ALPHA-COBRATOXIN AND ERABUTOXIN-B DO NOT AFFECT [H-3] ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE FROM THE RAT ISOLATED LEFT HEMIDIAPHRAGM

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    82. ALBERTS P
      CLASSIFICATION OF THE PRESYNAPTIC MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR SUBTYPE THAT REGULATES H-3 ACETYLCHOLINE SECRETION IN THE GUINEA-PIG URINARY-BLADDER IN-VITRO

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    83. TOBIN G; SJOGREN C
      IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO EFFECTS OF MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS ON CONTRACTIONS AND RELEASE OF [H-3] ACETYLCHOLINE IN THE RABBIT URINARY-BLADDER

      European journal of pharmacology
    84. SOMOGYI GT; TANOWITZ M; DEGROAT WC
      PREJUNCTIONAL FACILITATORY ALPHA(1)-ADRENOCEPTORS IN THE RAT URINARY-BLADDER

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    85. RAINES DE; RANKIN SE; MILLER KW
      GENERAL-ANESTHETICS MODIFY THE KINETICS OF NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR DESENSITIZATION AT CLINICALLY RELEVANT CONCENTRATIONS

      Anesthesiology
    86. NEWHOUSE PA; POTTER A; CORWIN J; LENOX R
      AGE-RELATED EFFECTS OF THE NICOTINIC ANTAGONIST MECAMYLAMINE ON COGNITION AND BEHAVIOR

      Neuropsychopharmacology
    87. TSUDA K; TSUDA S; GOLDSTEIN M; MASUYAMA Y
      INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF VERAPAMIL ON [H-3] ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE IN THECENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM OF SPRAGUE-DAWLEY RATS

      Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology
    88. TSUDA K; TSUDA S; MASUYAMA Y; GOLDSTEIN M
      EFFECTS OF DILTIAZEM ON [H-3] ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE IN RAT CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology
    89. HUNTER BE; DEFIEBRE CM; PAPKE RL; KEM WR; MEYER EM
      A NOVEL NICOTINIC AGONIST FACILITATES INDUCTION OF LONG-TERM POTENTIATION IN THE RAT HIPPOCAMPUS

      Neuroscience letters
    90. NEWHOUSE PA; POTTER A; CORWIN J; LENOX R
      MODELING THE NICOTINIC RECEPTOR LOSS IN DEMENTIA USING THE NICOTINIC ANTAGONIST MECAMYLAMINE - EFFECTS ON HUMAN COGNITIVE-FUNCTIONING

      Drug development research
    91. AUBERT I; POIRIER J; GAUTHIER S; QUIRION R
      MULTIPLE CHOLINERGIC MARKERS ARE UNEXPECTEDLY NOT ALTERED IN THE RAT DENTATE GYRUS FOLLOWING ENTORHINAL CORTEX LESIONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    92. VANDEKAMP JL; COLLINS AC
      PRENATAL NICOTINE ALTERS NICOTINIC RECEPTOR DEVELOPMENT IN THE MOUSE-BRAIN

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    93. GRIMM U; MOSER U; MUTSCHLER E; LAMBRECHT G
      MUSCARINIC RECEPTORS - FOCUS ON PRESYNAPTIC MECHANISMS AND RECENTLY DEVELOPED NOVEL AGONISTS AND ANTAGONISTS

      Die Pharmazie
    94. JIN S; FREDHOLM BB
      ROLE OF NMDA, AMPA AND KAINATE RECEPTORS IN MEDIATING GLUTAMATE-INDUCED AND 4-AP-INDUCED DOPAMINE AND ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE FROM RAT STRIATAL SLICES

      Neuropharmacology
    95. BRUNN G; WESSLER I; ANDERSON GP; MACLAGAN J; RACKE K
      BETA-ADRENOCEPTOR-MEDIATED FACILITATION OF ENDOGENOUS NORADRENALINE RELEASE FROM RAT ISOLATED TRACHEA

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    96. CORREIADESA P; RIBEIRO JA
      EVIDENCE THAT THE PRESYNAPTIC A(2A)-ADENOSINE RECEPTOR OF THE RAT MOTOR-NERVE ENDINGS IS POSITIVELY COUPLED TO ADENYLATE-CYCLASE

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    97. SINISCALCHI A; BADINI I; BIANCHI C; BEANI L
      MONOAMINES MODULATE THE ELECTRICALLY-EVOKED EFFLUX OF H-3 CHOLINE FROM SLICES OF GUINEA-PIG NUCLEUS BASALIS MAGNOCELLULARIS

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    98. FLESHER JE; SCHEFFEL U; LONDON ED; FROST JJ
      IN-VIVO LABELING OF NICOTINIC CHOLINERGIC RECEPTORS IN BRAIN WITH [H-3] CYTISINE

      Life sciences
    99. SOMOGYI GT; TANOWITZ M; DEGROAT WC
      M1 MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR-MEDIATED FACILITATION OF ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASEIN THE RAT URINARY-BLADDER

      Journal of physiology
    100. YU ZJ; WECKER L
      CHRONIC NICOTINE ADMINISTRATION DIFFERENTIALLY AFFECTS NEUROTRANSMITTER RELEASE FROM RAT STRIATAL SLICES

      Journal of neurochemistry


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