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    1. Inzunza, O; Seron-Ferre, MJ; Bravo, H; Torrealba, F
      Tuberomammillary nucleus activation anticipates feeding under a restrictedschedule in rats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    2. Lechner, HA; Baxter, DA; Byrne, JH
      Classical conditioning of feeding in Aplysia: II. Neurophysiological correlates

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Kabotyanski, EA; Baxter, DA; Cushman, SJ; Byrne, JH
      Modulation of fictive feeding by dopamine and serotonin in Aplysia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    4. Papke, RL; Meyer, E; Nutter, T; Uteshev, VV
      alpha 7 receptor-selective agonists and modes of alpha 7 receptor activation

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    5. Okamura, N; Yanai, K; Higuchi, M; Sakai, J; Iwata, R; Ido, T; Sasaki, H; Watanabe, T; Itoh, M
      Functional neuroimaging of cognition impaired by a classical antihistamine, d-chlorpheniramine

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    6. Koh, HY; Jacklet, JW
      Nitric oxide stimulates cGMP production and mimics synaptic responses in metacerebral neurons of Aplysia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Dartsch, C; Sundler, F; Persson, L
      Antisera against rat recombinant histidine decarboxylase: Immunocytochemical studies in different species

      HISTOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    8. DARTSCH C; PERSSON L
      RECOMBINANT EXPRESSION OF RAT HISTIDINE-DECARBOXYLASE - GENERATION OFANTIBODIES USEFUL FOR WESTERN-BLOT-ANALYSIS

      International journal of biochemistry & cell biology
    9. WEILER HT; HASENOHRL RU; VANLANDEGHEM AAL; VANLANDEGHEM M; BRANKACK J; HUSTON JP; HAAS HL
      DIFFERENTIAL MODULATION OF HIPPOCAMPAL SIGNAL TRANSFER BY TUBEROMAMMILLARY NUCLEUS STIMULATION IN FREELY MOVING RATS DEPENDENT ON BEHAVIORAL STATE

      Synapse
    10. Passani, MB; Blandina, P
      Cognitive implications for H-3 and 5-HT3 receptor modulation of cortical cholinergic function: A parallel story

      METHODS AND FINDINGS IN EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    11. PARK JH; STRAUB VA; OSHEA M
      ANTEROGRADE SIGNALING BY NITRIC-OXIDE - CHARACTERIZATION AND IN-VITRORECONSTITUTION OF AN IDENTIFIED NITRERGIC SYNAPSE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    12. PERRINS R; WEISS KR
      COMPARTMENTALIZATION OF INFORMATION-PROCESSING IN AN APLYSIA FEEDING CIRCUIT INTERNEURON THROUGH MEMBRANE-PROPERTIES AND SYNAPTIC-INTERACTIONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    13. IWASE M; KANAMARU M; KANAMARU A; HOMMA I
      CENTRAL HISTAMINERGIC NEURONS REGULATE RABBIT TRACHEAL TENSION THROUGH THE CERVICAL SYMPATHETIC-NERVE

      Journal of the autonomic nervous system
    14. ALEXEEVA V; BOROVIKOV D; MILLER MW; ROSEN SC; CROPPER EC
      EFFECT OF A SEROTONERGIC EXTRINSIC MODULATORY NEURON (MCC) ON RADULA MECHANOAFFERENT FUNCTION IN APLYSIA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    15. FRISCH C; HASENOHRL RU; KRAUTH J; HUSTON JP
      ANXIOLYTIC-LIKE BEHAVIOR AFTER LESION OF THE TUBEROMAMMILLARY NUCLEUSE2-REGION

      Experimental Brain Research
    16. FRISCH C; HASENOHRL RU; HAAS HL; WEILER HT; STEINBUSCH HWM; HUSTON JP
      FACILITATION OF LEARNING AFTER LESIONS OF THE TUBEROMAMMILLARY NUCLEUS REGION IN ADULT AND AGED RATS

      Experimental Brain Research
    17. HUSTON JP; WAGNER U; HASENOHRL RU
      THE TUBEROMAMMILLARY NUCLEUS PROJECTIONS IN THE CONTROL OF LEARNING, MEMORY AND REINFORCEMENT PROCESSES - EVIDENCE FOR AN INHIBITORY ROLE

      Behavioural brain research
    18. HURWITZ I; KUPFERMANN I; SUSSWEIN AJ
      DIFFERENT ROLES OF NEURONS B63 AND B34 THAT ARE ACTIVE DURING THE PROTRACTION PHASE OF BUCCAL MOTOR PROGRAMS IN APLYSIA-CALIFORNICA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    19. DRUSHEL RF; NEUSTADTER DM; SHALLENBERGER LL; CRAGO PE; CHIEL HJ
      THE KINEMATICS OF SWALLOWING IN THE BUCCAL MASS OF APLYSIA-CALIFORNICA

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    20. WEIGER WA
      SEROTONERGIC MODULATION OF BEHAVIOR - A PHYLOGENETIC OVERVIEW

      Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
    21. PHARES GA; LLOYD PE
      IMMUNOCYTOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION AND BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITY OF THE NEWLY SEQUENCED CEREBRAL PEPTIDE-2 IN APLYSIA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    22. PERRINS R; WEISS KR
      A CEREBRAL CENTRAL PATTERN GENERATOR IN APLYSIA AND ITS CONNECTIONS WITH BUCCAL FEEDING CIRCUITRY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    23. XIN YP; WEISS KR; KUPFERMANN I
      AN IDENTIFIED INTERNEURON CONTRIBUTES TO ASPECTS OF 6 DIFFERENT BEHAVIORS IN APLYSIA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    24. LIN JS; HOU YP; KITAHAMA K; JOUVET M
      SELECTIVE SUPPRESSION OF TYPE-B MONOAMINE-OXIDASE IMMUNOREACTIVITY INTHE RAPHE NUCLEI FOLLOWING MPTP ADMINISTRATION IN THE CAT

      NeuroReport
    25. IWASE M; KANAMARU M; HOMMA I
      POSTERIOR HYPOTHALAMIC CONTROL OF RABBIT TRACHEAL TENSION AND INVOLVEMENT OF CENTRAL HISTAMINERGIC NEURONS

      Journal of the autonomic nervous system
    26. LANTOS TA; GORCS TJ; PALKOVITS M
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL MAPPING OF NEUROPEPTIDES IN THE PREMAMILLARY REGION OF THE HYPOTHALAMUS IN RATS

      Brain research reviews
    27. SCOTT ML; LI YS; KIRK MD
      FUNCTIONAL NEURAL REGENERATION IN THE FEEDING SYSTEM OF APLYSIA - BEHAVIORAL RECOVERY CORRELATED WITH CHANGES IN BUCCAL MOTOR OUTPUT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    28. KIVIRANTA T; TUOMISTO L; AIRAKSINEN EM
      HISTAMINE IN CEREBROSPINAL-FLUID OF CHILDREN WITH FEBRILE CONVULSIONS

      Epilepsia
    29. LIN JS; SAKAI K; JOUVET M
      HYPOTHALAMO-PREOPTIC HISTAMINERGIC PROJECTIONS IN SLEEP-WAKE CONTROL IN THE CAT

      European journal of neuroscience
    30. MILLER MW; ROSEN SC; SCHISSEL SL; CROPPER EC; KUPFERMANN I; WEISS KR
      A POPULATION OF SCP-CONTAINING NEURONS IN THE BUCCAL GANGLION OF APLYSIA ARE RADULA MECHANOAFFERENTS AND RECEIVE EXCITATION OF CENTRAL ORIGIN

      The Journal of neuroscience
    31. ZHANG MQ; STEINBUSCH HWM; KOOIJ PJ; TIMMERMAN H
      SYNTHESIS AND PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF HYDROQUINONE-SUBSTITUTED HISTIDINE DERIVATIVES AS PUTATIVE HISTAMINERGIC NEUROTOXINS

      European journal of medicinal chemistry
    32. DIETRICHS E; HAINES DE; ROSTE GK; ROSTE LS
      HYPOTHALAMOCEREBELLAR AND CEREBELLOHYPOTHALAMIC PROJECTIONS - CIRCUITS FOR REGULATING NONSOMATIC CEREBELLAR ACTIVITY

      Histology and histopathology
    33. KLAPDOR K; HASENOHRL RU; HUSTON JP
      FACILITATION OF LEARNING IN ADULT AND AGED RATS FOLLOWING BILATERAL LESIONS OF THE TUBEROMAMMILLARY NUCLEUS REGION

      Behavioural brain research
    34. FIORE L; GEPPETTI L; DESANTIS A; PIENEMAN AW; FERGUSON GP
      CROSS-CORRELATION ANALYSIS OF CEREBROBUCCAL CONNECTIVE ACTIVITY DURING APLYSIA FEEDING-BEHAVIOR

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    35. YOKOYAMA H; IINUMA K; YANAI K; WATANABE T; SAKURAI E; ONODERA K
      PROCONVULSANT EFFECT OF KETOTIFEN, A HISTAMINE H(1)-ANTAGONIST, CONFIRMED BY THE USE OF D-CHLORPHENIRAMINE WITH MONITORING ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY

      Methods and findings in experimental and clinical pharmacology
    36. MORTON DW; CHIEL HJ
      THE TIMING OF ACTIVITY IN MOTOR-NEURONS THAT PRODUCE RADULA MOVEMENTSDISTINGUISHES INGESTION FROM REJECTION IN APLYSIA

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    37. GEPPETTI L; FIORE L
      STABILITY AND MODULATION OF APLYSIA FEEDING-BEHAVIOR - A PARAMETRIC STUDY

      Marine behaviour and physiology
    38. TEYKE T; ROSEN SC; WEISS KR; KUPFERMANN I
      DOPAMINERGIC NEURON-B20 GENERATES RHYTHMIC NEURONAL-ACTIVITY IN THE FEEDING MOTOR CIRCUITRY OF APLYSIA

      Brain research
    39. WAGNER U; SEGURATORRES P; WEILER T; HUSTON JP
      THE TUBEROMAMMILLARY NUCLEUS REGION AS A REINFORCEMENT INHIBITING SUBSTRATE - FACILITATION OF IPSIHYPOTHALAMIC SELF-STIMULATION BY UNILATERAL IBOTENIC ACID LESIONS

      Brain research
    40. ONOUE H; MAEYAMA K; NOMURA S; KASUGAI T; TEI H; KIM HM; WATANABE T; KITAMURA Y
      ABSENCE OF IMMATURE MAST-CELLS IN THE SKIN OF WS WS RATS WITH A SMALLDELETION AT TYROSINE KINASE DOMAIN OF THE C-KIT GENE

      The American journal of pathology


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