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    1. Meier, G; Apelt, J; Reichert, U; Grassmann, S; Ligneau, X; Elz, S; Leurquin, F; Ganellin, CR; Schwartz, JC; Schunack, W; Stark, H
      Influence of imidazole replacement in different structural classes of histamine H-3-receptor antagonists

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
    2. Rantala, H; Tarkka, R; Uhari, M
      Systematic review of the role of prostaglandins and their synthetase inhibitors with respect to febrile seizures

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    3. Pericic, D; Jazvinscak, M; Svob, D; Mirkovic, K
      Swim stress alters the behavioural response of mice to GABA-related and some GABA-unrelated convulsants

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    4. Tuomisto, L; Lozeva, V; Valjakka, A; Lecklin, A
      Modifying effects of histamine on circadian rhythms and neuronal excitability

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    5. Kamei, C
      Involvement of central histamine in amygdaloid kindled seizures in rats

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    6. Gupta, RC; Milatovic, D; Dettbarn, WD
      Depletion of energy metabolites following acetylcholinesterase inhibitor-induced status epilepticus: Protection by antioxidants

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY
    7. Luchowska, E; Luchowski, P; Wielosz, M; Kleinrok, Z; Urbanska, EM
      beta-adrenoceptor blockade enhances the anticonvulsant effect of glutamatereceptor antagonists against maximal electroshock

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    8. Matsumoto, RR; McCracken, KA; Friedman, MJ; Pouw, B; De Costa, BR; Bowen, WD
      Conformationally restricted analogs of BD1008 and an antisense oligodeoxynucleotide targeting sigma(1) receptors produce anti-cocaine effects in mice

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    9. Groban, L; Deal, DD; Vernon, JC; James, RL; Butterworth, J
      Cardiac resuscitation after incremental overdosage with lidocaine, bupivacaine, levobupivacaine, and ropivacaine in anesthetized dogs

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    10. Pericic, D; Svob, D; Jembrek, MJ; Kos, KM
      The involvement of alpha(2)-adrenoceptors in the anticonvulsive effect of swim stress in mice

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    11. Sawaki, K; Ohno, K; Miyamoto, K; Hirai, S; Yazaki, K; Kawaguchi, M
      Effects of anticonvulsants on local anaesthetic-induced neurotoxicity in rats

      PHARMACOLOGY & TOXICOLOGY
    12. Leal, MB; de Souza, DOG; Elisabetsky, E
      Long-lasting ibogaine protection against NMDA-induced convulsions in mice

      NEUROCHEMICAL RESEARCH
    13. Karadag, CH; Dokmeci, D; Dost, T; Ulugol, A; Dokmeci, I
      Compound 48/80, a histamine-depleting agent, blocks the protective effect of morphine against electroconvulsive shock in mice

      BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    14. Pericic, D; Jazvinscak, M; Svob, D; Mirkovic, K
      Beta-1 adrenoceptor antagonists potentiate the anticonvulsive effect of swim stress in mice

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    15. Hayase, T; Yamamoto, Y; Yamamoto, K; Fukui, Y
      Comparison of effect of ethanol and anticonvulsants on cardiovascular drug-modified cocaine toxicity

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    16. Pericic, D; Svob, D; Jazvinscak, M; Mirkovic, K
      Anticonvulsive effect of swim stress in mice

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    17. Kiec-Kononowicz, K; Wiecek, M; Sasse, A; Ligneau, X; Elz, S; Ganellin, CR; Schwartz, JC; Stark, H; Schunack, W
      Importance of the lipophilic group in carbamates having histamine H-3-receptor antagonist activity

      PHARMAZIE
    18. Shi, B; Heavner, JE; Reigel, CE; Kao, YJ; Kaye, AD
      Phenotypic expression of the systemic toxicity of cocaine in genetically epilepsy-prone rats

      NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERGS ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
    19. Jansen, FP; Mochizuki, T; Maeyama, K; Leurs, R; Timmerman, H
      Characterization of histamine H-3 receptors in mouse brain using the H-3 antagonist [I-125]iodophenpropit

      NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERGS ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
    20. Sato, T; Kitayama, S; Morita, K; Ikeda, T; Dohi, T
      Changes in seizure susceptibility to local anesthetics by repeated administration of cocaine and nomifensine but not GBR12935: Possible involvement of noradrenergic system

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    21. Feng, HJ; Faingold, CL
      Modulation of audiogenic seizures by histamine and adenosine receptors in the inferior colliculus

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    22. Momota, Y; Artru, AA; Powers, KM; Mautz, DS; Ueda, Y
      Concentrations of lidocaine and monoethylglycine xylidide in brain, cerebrospinal fluid, and plasma during liodcaine-induced epileptiform electroencephalogram activity in rabbits: The effects of epinephrine and hypocapnia

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    23. Thornhill, J; Asselin, J
      Temperature and hemodynamic changes associated with increased neural damage to global hemispheric hypoxic ischemia by prior prostaglandin E-2, D-2 and F-2 alpha administration

      PROSTAGLANDINS LEUKOTRIENES AND ESSENTIAL FATTY ACIDS
    24. De Sarro, A; Naccari, F; De Sarro, G
      Enhanced susceptibility of pentylenetetrazole kindled mice to quinolone effects

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS
    25. Buckman, JF; Meshul, CK
      Glial differences between naive withdrawal seizure-prone and -resistant mice

      ALCOHOLISM-CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
    26. Metten, P; Crabbe, JC
      Genetic determinants of severity of acute withdrawal from diazepam in mice: Commonality with ethanol and pentobarbital

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    27. De Sarro, A; Cecchetti, V; Fravolini, V; Naccari, F; Tabarrini, O; De Sarro, G
      Effects of novel 6-desfluoroquinolones and classic quinolones on pentylenetetrazole-induced seizures in mice

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    28. Gasior, M; Ungard, JT; Witkin, JM
      Preclinical evaluation of newly approved and potential antiepileptic drugsagainst cocaine-induced seizures

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    29. Kovalainen, JT; Christiaans, JAM; Kotisaari, S; Laitinen, JT; Mannisto, PT; Tuomisto, L; Gynther, J
      Synthesis and in vitro pharmacology of a series of new chiral histamine H-3-receptor ligands: 2-(R and S)-amino-3-(1H-imidazol-4(5)-yl)propyl ether derivatives

      JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    30. Sasse, A; Kiec-Kononowicz, K; Stark, H; Motyl, M; Reidemeister, S; Ganellin, CR; Ligneau, X; Schwartz, JC; Schunack, W
      Development of chiral N-alkylcarbamates as new leads for potent and selective H-3-receptor antagonists: Synthesis, capillary electrophoresis, and in vitro and oral in vivo activity

      JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    31. Sanae, F; Hayashi, H; Chisaki, K; Komatsu, Y
      Effects of saiko-ka-ryukotsu-borei-to, a Japanese Kampo medicine, on tachycardia and central nervous system stimulation induced by theophylline in rats and mice

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    32. Pericic, D; Bujas, M; Mirkovic, K; Jazvinscak, M
      Effects of adrenalectomy and gonadectomy on sex and stress-induced differences in bicuculline-induced convulsions

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    33. De Sarro, G; De Sarro, A; Di Paola, ED; Bertorelli, R
      Effects of adenosine receptor agonists and antagonists on audiogenic seizure-sensible DBA/2 mice

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    34. Urbanska, EM; Tomczyk, T; Haberek, G; Pilip, S; Matyska, J; Turski, WA; Kleinrok, Z; Czuczwar, SJ
      NMDA- but not kainate-mediated events reduce efficacy of some antiepileptic drugs against generalized tonic-clonic seizures mice

      EPILEPSIA
    35. Zivin, M; Milatovic, D; Dettbarn, WD
      Nitrone spin trapping compound N-tert-butyl-alpha-phenylnitrone prevents seizures induced by anticholinesterases

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    36. CZUCZWAR SJ; GASIOR M; KOZICKA M; PIETRASIEWICZ T; TURSKI WA; KLEINROK Z
      A POTENTIAL ANTIASTHMATIC DRUG, CR-2039, ENHANCES THE ANTICONVULSIVE ACTIVITY OF SOME ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS AGAINST PENTETRAZOL IN MICE

      European neuropsychopharmacology
    37. Misane, I; Klusa, V; Dambrova, M; Germane, S; Duburs, C; Bisenieks, E; Rimondini, R; Ogren, SO
      "Atypical" neuromodulatory profile of glutapyrone, a representative of a novel 'class' of amino acid-containing dipeptide-mimicking 1,4-dihydropyridine (DHP) compounds: in vitro and in vivo studies

      EUROPEAN NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    38. YAMAMOTO H; TANG H
      EFFECTS OF 2-AMINO-7-PHOSPHONOHEPTANOIC ACID, MELATONIN OR N-G-NITRO-L-ARGININE ON CYANIDE OR N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE-INDUCED NEUROTOXICITY INRAT CORTICAL-CELLS

      Toxicology letters
    39. CHAKRABARTI A; SAINI HK; GARG SK
      DOSE-FINDING STUDY WITH NIMODIPINE - A SELECTIVE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM CALCIUM-CHANNEL BLOCKER ON AMINOPHYLLINE INDUCED SEIZURE MODELS IN RATS

      Brain research bulletin
    40. FISCHER W; VANDERGOOT H
      EFFECT OF CLOBENPROPIT, A CENTRALLY ACTING HISTAMINE H-3-RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST, ON ELECTROSHOCK-INDUCED AND PENTYLENETETRAZOL-INDUCED SEIZURES IN MICE

      Journal of neural transmission
    41. Fischer, W; Kittner, H
      Influence of ethanol on the pentylenetetrazol-induced kindling in rats

      JOURNAL OF NEURAL TRANSMISSION
    42. SAVOLAINEN KM; LOIKKANEN J; EERIKAINEN S; NAARALA J
      GLUTAMATE-STIMULATED ROS PRODUCTION IN NEURONAL CULTURES - INTERACTIONS WITH LEAD AND THE CHOLINERGIC SYSTEM

      Neurotoxicology
    43. GASIOR M; SWIADER M; PRZYBYLKO M; BOROWICZ K; TURSKI WA; KLEINROK Z; CZUCZWAR SJ
      FELBAMATE DEMONSTRATES LOW PROPENSITY FOR INTERACTION WITH METHYLXANTHINES AND CA2+ CHANNEL MODULATORS AGAINST EXPERIMENTAL SEIZURES IN MICE

      European journal of pharmacology
    44. TOYOTA H; ITO C; OHSAWA M; SAKURAI E; SATO M; WATANABE T
      DECREASED CENTRAL HISTAMINE IN THE AMYGDALOID KINDLING RATS

      Brain research
    45. LEE VC; MOSCICKI JC; DIFAZIO CA
      PROPOFOL SEDATION PRODUCES DOSE-DEPENDENT SUPPRESSION OF LIDOCAINE-INDUCED SEIZURES IN RATS

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    46. TSUDA M; SUZUKI T; MISAWA M
      ROLE OF THE NMDA RECEPTOR COMPLEX IN DMCM-INDUCED SEIZURE IN MICE

      NeuroReport
    47. YOKOYAMA H; ONODERA K; YAGI T; IINUMA K
      THERAPEUTIC DOSES OF THEOPHYLLINE EXERT PROCONVULSANT EFFECTS IN DEVELOPING MICE

      Brain & development
    48. PAJUELO L; SANCHEZALONSO JA; DELHOYO N; PULIDO JA; PEREZALBARSANZ MA
      NON-MUSCARINIC-MEDIATED AND NON-ADRENERGIC-MEDIATED EFFECTS OF LINDANE ON PHOSPHOINOSITIDE HYDROLYSIS IN RAT-BRAIN CORTEX SLICES

      Neurochemical research
    49. SANGALLI BC
      ROLE OF THE CENTRAL HISTAMINERGIC NEURONAL SYSTEM IN THE CNS TOXICITYOF THE FIRST-GENERATION H1-ANTAGONISTS

      Progress in neurobiology
    50. BUCK KJ; METTEN P; BELKNAP JK; CRABBE JC
      QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI INVOLVED IN GENETIC PREDISPOSITION TO ACUTE ALCOHOL-WITHDRAWAL IN MICE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    51. ORTUNOSAHAGUN D; BEASZARATE C; ADAMEGONZALEZ G; FERIAVELASCO A
      EFFECT OF L-GLUTAMATE ON CHOLINERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION IN VARIOUS BRAIN-REGIONS AND DURING THE DEVELOPMENT OF RATS, WHEN ADMINISTERED PERINATALLY

      Neurochemistry international
    52. MCDONOUGH JH; SHIH TM
      NEUROPHARMACOLOGICAL MECHANISMS OF NERVE AGENT-INDUCED SEIZURE AND NEUROPATHOLOGY

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    53. VELISEK L; VACHOVA D; MARES P
      EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID ANTAGONISTS AND PENTYLENETETRAZOL-INDUCED SEIZURES DURING ONTOGENY .4. EFFECTS OF CGP-39551

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    54. NAARALA J; TERVO P; LOIKKANEN J; SAVOLAINEN K
      CHOLINERGIC-INDUCED PRODUCTION OF REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES IN HUMAN NEUROBLASTOMA-CELLS

      Life sciences
    55. CHAKRABARTI A; SAINI HK; GARG SK
      A COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF AMINOPHYLLINE-INDUCED AND ACEPIFYLLINE-INDUCEDSEIZURES AND DEATH IN THE CHEMOCONVULSION MODEL IN RATS

      Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology
    56. GASIOR M; CARTER RB; GOLDBERG SR; WITKIN JM
      ANTICONVULSANT AND BEHAVIORAL-EFFECTS OF NEUROACTIVE STEROIDS ALONE AND IN CONJUNCTION WITH DIAZEPAM

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    57. SHUKLA VK; LEMAIRE S
      N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE ANTAGONIST ACTIVITY OF ALPHA-SULFALLORPHANS AND BETA-SULFALLORPHANS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    58. ZIMMER LA; ENNIS M; ELETRI M; SHIPLEY MT
      ANATOMICAL LOCALIZATION AND TIME-COURSE OF FOS EXPRESSION FOLLOWING SOMAN-INDUCED SEIZURES

      Journal of comparative neurology
    59. SILVA C; MOR M; BORDI F; RIVARA S; CARETTA A; BALLABENI V; BAROCELLI E; PLAZZI PV
      PLASMA-CONCENTRATION AND BRAIN PENETRATION OF THE H-3 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST THIOPERAMIDE IN RATS

      Il Farmaco
    60. PLAZZI PV; MOR M; BORDI F; SILVA C; RIVARA S; CARETTA A; BALLABENI V; IMPICCIATORE M; VITALI T
      LIGANDS OF THE HISTAMINE H-3 RECEPTOR - NEW POTENT ANTAGONISTS OF THE2-THIOIMIDAZOLE TYPE

      Il Farmaco
    61. BUCKMAN JF; MESHUL CK
      IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF GLUTAMATE AND GABA IN SELECTIVELY BREDMICE

      Brain research
    62. BARAT SA; ABDELRAHMAN MS
      DECREASED COCAINE-INDUCED AND LIDOCAINE-INDUCED SEIZURE RESPONSE BY DEXTROMETHORPHAN AND DNQX IN RAT

      Brain research
    63. SATOH T; SAWAKI K; KAWAGUCHI M
      PHARMACOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF LOCAL-ANESTHETIC TOLYCAINE-INDUCED CONVULSIONS BY MODIFICATION OF MONOAMINES IN RAT-BRAIN

      Pharmacology & toxicology
    64. STARR MS
      THE ROLE OF DOPAMINE IN EPILEPSY

      Synapse
    65. GEORGE B; KULKARNI SK
      PROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF GABAERGIC DRUGS AND OTHER ANTICONVULSANTS IN LITHIUM-PILOCARPINE-INDUCED STATUS EPILEPTICUS

      Methods and findings in experimental and clinical pharmacology
    66. YAMAMOTO H; TANG HW
      ANTAGONISTIC EFFECT OF MELATONIN AGAINST CYANIDE-INDUCED SEIZURES ANDACUTE LETHALITY IN MICE

      Toxicology letters
    67. CZUCZWAR SJ; GASIOR M; KOZICKA M; PIETRASIEWICZ T; TURSKI WA; KLEINROK Z
      INFLUENCE OF A POTENTIAL ANTIASTHMATIC DRUG, CR-2039, UPON THE ANTICONVULSIVE ACTIVITY OF CONVENTIONAL ANTIEPILEPTICS AGAINST MAXIMAL ELECTROSHOCK-INDUCED SEIZURES IN MICE

      Journal of neural transmission
    68. SAVOLAINEN KM; TERVO P; LOIKKANEN J; NAARALA J
      CHOLINERGIC AND GLUTAMINERGIC EXCITATION OF NEURONAL CELLS

      ATLA. Alternatives to laboratory animals
    69. CRABBE JC
      A GENETIC ANIMAL-MODEL OF ALCOHOL-WITHDRAWAL

      Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research
    70. GASIOR M; BOROWICZ K; KLEINROK Z; CZUCZWAR SJ
      CHRONIC CAFFEINE AND THE ANTICONVULSANT POTENCY OF ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS AGAINST MAXIMAL ELECTROSHOCK

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    71. ALAM AM; STARR MS
      REGIONAL CHANGES IN BRAIN DOPAMINE UTILIZATION DURING STATUS EPILEPTICUS IN THE RAT INDUCED BY SYSTEMIC PILOCARPINE AND INTRAHIPPOCAMPAL CARBACHOL

      Neuropharmacology
    72. WANG H; CUI WY; LIU CG
      REGULATORY EFFECTS OF ACUTELY REPEATED NICOTINE TREATMENT TOWARDS CENTRAL MUSCARINIC RECEPTORS

      Life sciences
    73. GASIOR M; BOROWICZ K; STAROWNIK R; KLEINROK Z; CZUCZWAR SJ
      CA2-40116 AND CGP-43487, IN MICE( CHANNEL BLOCKADE AND THE ANTIELECTROSHOCK ACTIVITY OF NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS, CGP)

      European journal of pharmacology
    74. GASIOR M; BOROWICZ K; BUSZEWICZ G; KLEINROK Z; CZUCZWAR SJ
      ANTICONVULSANT ACTIVITY OF PHENOBARBITAL AND VALPROATE AGAINST MAXIMAL ELECTROSHOCK IN MICE DURING CHRONIC TREATMENT WITH CAFFEINE AND CAFFEINE DISCONTINUATION

      Epilepsia
    75. YAMAMOTO H; TANG HW
      EFFECT OF CARBETAPENTANE OR MELATONIN ON CYANIDE-INDUCED NEUROTOXICITY IN MICE

      Eisei Kagaku
    76. ALVESRODRIGUES A; LEURS R; WU TS; PRELL GD; FOGED C; TIMMERMAN H
      [H-3] THIOPERAMIDE AS A RADIOLIGAND FOR THE HISTAMINE H-3 RECEPTOR INRAT CEREBRAL-CORTEX

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    77. MOCHIZUKI T; JANSEN FP; LEURS R; WINDHORST AD; YAMATODANI A; MAEYAMA K; TIMMERMAN H
      BRAIN PENETRATION OF THE HISTAMINE H-3 RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS THIOPERAMIDE AND CLOBENPROPIT IN RAT AND MOUSE, DETERMINED WITH EX-VIVO [I-125]IODOPHENPROPIT BINDING

      Brain research
    78. NAKAGAWA Y; IWASAKI T
      ETHANOL-INDUCED STATE-DEPENDENT LEARNING IS MEDIATED BY 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE(3) RECEPTORS BUT NOT BY N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR COMPLEX

      Brain research
    79. BEASZARATE C; MORALESVILLAGRAN A; ORTUNO SD; FERIAVELASCO A
      ENHANCEMENT IN DOPAMINE UPTAKE AND RELEASE INDUCED BY MONOSODIUM L-GLUTAMATE FROM CAUDATE-NUCLEUS UNDER IN-VITRO CONDITIONS

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    80. MURAKAMI K; YOKOYAMA H; ONODERA K; IINUMA K; WATANABE T
      AQ-0145, A NEWLY DEVELOPED HISTAMINE H-3 ANTAGONIST, DECREASED SEIZURE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF ELECTRICALLY-INDUCED CONVULSIONS IN MICE

      Methods and findings in experimental and clinical pharmacology
    81. SAVOLAINEN KM; LOIKKANEN J; NAARALA J
      AMPLIFICATION OF GLUTAMATE-INDUCED OXIDATIVE STRESS

      Toxicology letters
    82. YAMAMOTO H
      EFFECT OF ATROPINE ON CYANIDE-INDUCED ACUTE LETHALITY IN MICE

      Toxicology letters
    83. KATSUKI H; OKUDA S
      ARACHIDONIC-ACID AS A NEUROTOXIC AND NEUROTROPHIC SUBSTANCE

      Progress in neurobiology
    84. YAMAMOTO HA
      A HYPOTHESIS FOR CYANIDE-INDUCED TONIC SEIZURES WITH SUPPORTING EVIDENCE

      Toxicology
    85. KUBOVA H; MARES P
      SUPPRESSION OF CORTICAL EPILEPTIC AFTERDISCHARGES BY KETAMINE IS NOT STABLE DURING ONTOGENY IN RATS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    86. LIN WC
      MECHANISMS OF GASTRIC ANTISECRETORY ACTION OF PENTYLENETETRAZOL IN RATS

      Research communications in molecular pathology and pharmacology
    87. LAMBERT DM; POUPAERT JH; MALOTEAUX JM; DUMONT P
      ANTICONVULSANT ACTIVITIES OF N-BENZYLOXYCARBONYLGLYCINE AFTER PARENTERAL ADMINISTRATION

      NeuroReport
    88. METTEN P; CRABBE JC
      COMMON GENETIC-DETERMINANTS OF SEVERITY OF ACUTE WITHDRAWAL FROM ETHANOL, PENTOBARBITAL AND DIAZEPAM IN INBRED MICE

      Behavioural pharmacology
    89. GELBARD HA; APPLEGATE CD
      PERSISTENT INCREASES IN DOPAMINE D-2 RECEPTOR MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION IN BASAL GANGLIA FOLLOWING KINDLING

      Epilepsy research
    90. ARISI ACM; SIMIZU K; KOGAKE M; BAINY ACD; SILVA MAS; BARROS SBM; BOVERIS A; VIDELA LA; JUNQUEIRA VBC
      BRAIN AND LIVER LIPID-PEROXIDATION LEVELS FOLLOWING ACUTE AND SHORT-TERM LINDANE ADMINISTRATION IN THE RAT

      Toxicology letters
    91. SHAYWITZ BA; ANDERSON GM; NOVOTNY EJ; EBERSOLE JS; SULLIVAN CM; GILLESPIE SM
      ASPARTAME HAS NO EFFECT ON SEIZURES OR EPILEPTIFORM DISCHARGES IN EPILEPTIC CHILDREN

      Annals of neurology
    92. SAVOLAINEN K; HIRVONEN MR; NAARALA J
      PHOSPHOINOSITIDE 2ND MESSENGERS IN CHOLINERGIC EXCITOTOXICITY

      Neurotoxicology
    93. TERDAL ES; CRABBE JC
      INDEXING WITHDRAWAL IN MICE - MATCHING GENOTYPES FOR EXPOSURE IN STUDIES USING ETHANOL VAPOR INHALATION

      Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research
    94. WLAZ P; ROLINSKI Z; KLEINROK Z; CZUCZWAR SJ
      INFLUENCE OF CHRONIC AMINOPHYLLINE ON ANTIELECTROSHOCK ACTIVITY OF DIAZEPAM AND AMINOPHYLLINE-INDUCED CONVULSIONS IN MICE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    95. YOKOYAMA H; ONODERA K; IINUMA K; WATANABE T
      2-THIAZOLYLETHYLAMINE, A SELECTIVE HISTAMINE H-1 AGONIST, DECREASES SEIZURE SUSCEPTIBILITY IN MICE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    96. FOCHTMANN LJ
      ANIMAL STUDIES OF ELECTROCONVULSIVE-THERAPY - FOUNDATIONS FOR FUTURE-RESEARCH

      Psychopharmacology bulletin
    97. TORTELLA FC; ROBLES L; WITKIN JM; NEWMAN AH
      NOVEL ANTICONVULSANT ANALOGS OF DEXTROMETHORPHAN - IMPROVED EFFICACY,POTENCY, DURATION AND SIDE-EFFECT PROFILE

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    98. FELLER DJ; BASSIR JM; CRABBE JC; LEFEVRE CA
      AUDIOGENIC-SEIZURE SUSCEPTIBILITY IN WSP AND WSR MICE

      Epilepsia
    99. BECKER HC
      POSITIVE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE NUMBER OF PRIOR ETHANOL WITHDRAWAL EPISODES AND THE SEVERITY OF SUBSEQUENT WITHDRAWAL SEIZURES

      Psychopharmacology
    100. ROBERTS AJ; CRABBE JC; KEITH LD
      CORTICOSTERONE INCREASES SEVERITY OF ACUTE WITHDRAWAL FROM ETHANOL, PENTOBARBITAL, AND DIAZEPAM IN MICE

      Psychopharmacology


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