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    1. Agabio, R; Colombo, G; Carai, MAM; Gessa, GL
      Novel pharmacotherapies and patents for alcohol abuse and alcoholism 1998-2001

      EXPERT OPINION ON THERAPEUTIC PATENTS
    2. Laruelle, M; Huang, Y
      Vulnerability of Positron Emission Tomography radiotracers to endogenous competition - New insights

      QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE
    3. Ryan, RE; Loiacono, RE
      Nicotine regulates alpha 7 nicotinic receptor subunit mRNA: implications for nicotine dependence

      NEUROREPORT
    4. Schiffer, WK; Gerasimov, MR; Marsteller, DA; Geiger, J; Barnett, C; Alexoff, DL; Dewey, SL
      Topiramate selectively attenuates nicotine-induced increases in monoamine release

      SYNAPSE
    5. Bantick, RA; Deakin, JFW; Grasby, PM
      The 5-HT1A receptor in schizophrenia: a promising target for novel atypical neuroleptics?

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    6. Leviel, V
      The reverse transport of DA, what physiological significance?

      NEUROCHEMISTRY INTERNATIONAL
    7. Cossu, G; Ledent, C; Fattore, L; Imperato, A; Bohme, GA; Parmentier, M; Fratta, W
      Cannabinoid CB1 receptor knockout mice fail to self-administer morphine but not other drugs of abuse

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    8. Deshpande, LS; Khisti, RT; Chopde, CT
      Cataleptic effect of neurosteroid 3 alpha-hydroxy-5 alpha-pregnan-20-one in mice: modulation by serotonergic agents

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    9. Olausson, P; Akesson, P; Petersson, A; Engel, JA; Soderpalm, B
      Behavioral and neurochemical consequences of repeated nicotine treatment in the serotonin-depleted rat

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    10. Fischer, HS; Zernig, G; Schatz, DS; Humpel, C; Saria, A
      MDMA ('ecstasy') enhances basal acetylcholine release in brain slices of the rat striatum

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Picciotto, MR; Caldarone, BJ; King, SL; Zachariou, V
      Nicotinic receptors in the brain: Links between molecular biology and behavior

      NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    12. Liechti, ME; Baumann, C; Gamma, A; Vollenweider, FX
      Acute psychological effects of 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA, "Ecstasy") are attenuated by the serotonin uptake inhibitor citalopram

      NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    13. Bradberry, CW
      Applications of microdialysis methodology in nonhuman primates: Practice and rationale

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    14. Schilstrom, B; De Villiers, S; Malmerfelt, A; Svensson, TH; Nomikos, GG
      Nicotine-induced Fos expression in the nucleus accumbens and the medial prefrontal cortex of the rat: Role of nicotinic and NMDA receptors in the ventral tegmental area

      SYNAPSE
    15. Reid, MS; Fox, L; Ho, LB; Berger, SP
      Nicotine stimulation of extracellular glutamate levels in the nucleus accumbens: Neuropharmacological characterization

      SYNAPSE
    16. Miyamoto, Y; Noda, Y; Komori, Y; Sugihara, H; Furukawa, H; Nabeshima, T
      Involvement of nitric oxide in phencyclidine-induced place aversion and preference in mice

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    17. Le, AD; Corrigall, WA; Harding, JWS; Juzytsch, W; Li, TK
      Involvement of nicotinic receptors in alcohol self-administration

      ALCOHOLISM-CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
    18. Brebner, K; Phelan, R; Roberts, DCS
      Intra-VTA baclofen attenuates cocaine self-administration on a progressiveratio schedule of reinforcement

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    19. Grottick, AJ; Trube, G; Corrigall, WA; Huwyler, J; Malherbe, P; Wyler, R; Higgins, GA
      Evidence that nicotinic alpha(7) receptors are not involved in the hyperlocomotor and rewarding effects of nicotine

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    20. Koehl, M; Bjijou, Y; Le Moal, M; Cador, M
      Nicotine-induced locomotor activity is increased by preexposure of rats toprenatal stress

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    21. Panagis, G; Kastellakis, A; Spyraki, C; Nomikos, G
      Effects of methyllycaconitine (MLA), an alpha(7) nicotinic receptor antagonist, on nicotine- and cocaine-induced potentiation of brain stimulation reward

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    22. Meltzer, HY
      The role of serotonin in antipsychotic drug action

      NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    23. Dewey, SL; Brodie, JD; Gerasimov, M; Horan, B; Gardner, EL; Ashby, CR
      A pharmacologic strategy for the treatment of nicotine addiction

      SYNAPSE
    24. Nadal, R; Samson, HH
      Operant ethanol self-administration after nicotine treatment and withdrawal

      ALCOHOL
    25. Nishisawa, S; Mzengeza, S; Diksic, M
      Acute effects of 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine on brain serotonin synthesis in the dog studied by positron emission tomography

      NEUROCHEMISTRY INTERNATIONAL
    26. Heinz, A
      Anhedonia - a general nosology correlation of a dysfunction of the dopaminergic reward system?

      NERVENARZT
    27. Nielsen, DM; Crosley, KJ; Keller, RW; Glick, SD; Carlson, JN
      Left and right 6-hydroxydopamine lesions of the medial prefrontal cortex differentially affect voluntary ethanol consumption

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    28. Shoaib, M; Swanner, LS; Yasar, S; Goldberg, SR
      Chronic caffeine exposure potentiates nicotine self administration in rats

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    29. DOMINO EF
      TOBACCO SMOKING AND NICOTINE NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY - SOME FUTURE-RESEARCH DIRECTIONS

      Neuropsychopharmacology
    30. ENDRES CJ; CARSON RE
      ASSESSMENT OF DYNAMIC NEUROTRANSMITTER CHANGES WITH BOLUS OR INFUSIONDELIVERY OF NEURORECEPTOR LIGANDS

      Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism
    31. Sziraki, I; Sershen, H; Benuck, M; Hashim, A; Lajtha, A
      Receptor systems participating in nicotine-specific effects

      NEUROCHEMISTRY INTERNATIONAL
    32. OGURA H; FURUYA Y; TERAMOTO T; NIIDOME T; NISHIZAWA Y; YAMANISHI Y
      PEPTIDE N-TYPE AND P Q-TYPE CA2+ BLOCKERS INHIBIT STIMULANT-INDUCED HYPERACTIVITY IN MICE/

      Peptides (New York, N.Y. 1980)
    33. GONZALES RA; MCNABB J; YIM HJ; RIPLEY T; BUNGAY PM
      QUANTITATIVE MICRODIALYSIS OF ETHANOL IN RAT STRIATUM

      Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research
    34. MUCKSELER D; TAKAHASHI S; DIKSIC M
      THE EFFECT OF MDMA (3,4-METHYLENEDIOXYMETHAMPHETAMINE) ON THE 5-HT SYNTHESIS RATE IN THE RAT-BRAIN - AN AUTORADIOGRAPHIC STUDY

      Brain research
    35. ABIDARGHAM A; LARUELLE M; AGHAJANIAN GK; CHARNEY D; KRYSTAL J
      THE ROLE OF SEROTONIN IN THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND TREATMENT OF SCHIZOPHRENIA

      The Journal of neuropsychiatry and clinical neurosciences
    36. NISELL M; NOMIKOS GG; CHERGUI K; GRILLNER P; SVENSSON TH
      CHRONIC NICOTINE ENHANCES BASAL AND NICOTINE-INDUCED FOS IMMUNOREACTIVITY PREFERENTIALLY IN THE MEDIAL PREFRONTAL CORTEX OF THE RAT

      Neuropsychopharmacology
    37. TIMMERMAN W; WESTERINK BHC
      BRAIN MICRODIALYSIS OF GABA AND GLUTAMATE - WHAT DOES IT SIGNIFY

      Synapse
    38. CAPPON GD; MORFORD LL; VORHEES CV
      ONTOGENY OF METHAMPHETAMINE-INDUCED NEUROTOXICITY AND ASSOCIATED HYPERTHERMIC RESPONSE

      Developmental brain research
    39. YANG ZL; WRONA MZ; DRYHURST G
      5-HYDROXY-3-ETHYLAMINO-2-OXINDOLE IS NOT FORMED IN RAT-BRAIN FOLLOWING A NEUROTOXIC DOSE OF METHAMPHETAMINE - EVIDENCE THAT METHAMPHETAMINEDOES NOT INDUCE THE HYDROXYL RADICAL-MEDIATED OXIDATION OF SEROTONIN

      Journal of neurochemistry
    40. BERMAN RF; HANNIGAN JH; SPERRY MA; ZAJAC CS
      PRENATAL ALCOHOL EXPOSURE AND THE EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENTON HIPPOCAMPAL DENDRITIC SPINE DENSITY

      Alcohol
    41. WHITE SR; OBRADOVIC T; IMEL KM; WHEATON MJ
      THE EFFECTS OF METHYLENEDIOXYMETHAMPHETAMINE (MDMA, ECSTASY) ON MONOAMINERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION IN THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Progress in neurobiology
    42. MASAND PS; TESAR GE
      USE OF STIMULANTS IN THE MEDICALLY ILL

      The Psychiatric clinics of North America
    43. MALBERG JE; SABOL KE; SEIDEN LS
      COADMINISTRATION OF MDMA WITH DRUGS THAT PROTECT AGAINST MDMA NEUROTOXICITY PRODUCES DIFFERENT EFFECTS ON BODY-TEMPERATURE IN THE RAT

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    44. PANAGIS G; NISELL M; NOMIKOS GG; CHERGUI K; SVENSSON TH
      NICOTINE INJECTIONS INTO THE VENTRAL TEGMENTAL AREA INCREASE LOCOMOTION AND FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS OF THE RAT

      Brain research
    45. NAKASHIMA K; TODD MM
      EFFECTS OF HYPOTHERMIA, PENTOBARBITAL, AND ISOFLURANE ON POSTDEPOLARIZATION AMINO-ACID RELEASE DURING COMPLETE GLOBAL CEREBRAL-ISCHEMIA

      Anesthesiology
    46. HART C; KISRO NA; ROBINSON SL; KSIR C
      EFFECTS OF THE CALCIUM-CHANNEL BLOCKER NIMODIPINE ON NICOTINE-INDUCEDLOCOMOTION IN RATS

      Psychopharmacology
    47. TOLLIVER BK; HO LB; REID MS; BERGER SP
      EVIDENCE FOR DISSOCIABLE MECHANISMS OF AMPHETAMINE-INDUCED AND STRESS-INDUCED BEHAVIORAL SENSITIZATION - EFFECTS OF MK-801 AND HALOPERIDOL PRETREATMENT

      Psychopharmacology
    48. TSIBULSKY V; DASHEVSKY B; FRANK RA
      D-2 AND 5-HT2 MODULATION OF PSYCHOSTIMULANT-INDUCED FACILITATION OF BRAIN-STIMULATION REWARD

      Drug development research
    49. ROSENZWEIGLIPSON S; BARRETT JE
      MODIFICATION OF THE BEHAVIORAL-EFFECTS OF (+ -)BAY K 8644, COCAINE AND D-AMPHETAMINE BY L-TYPE CALCIUM-CHANNEL BLOCKERS IN SQUIRREL-MONKEYS/

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    50. ALKHATIB IMH; DOKMECI I; FUJIWARA M
      DIFFERENTIAL ROLE OF NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS AND CAUDATE-PUTAMEN IN MEDIATING THE EFFECT OF NOMIFENSINE AND METHAMPHETAMINE ON AMBULATION AND REARING OF RATS IN THE OPEN-FIELD TEST

      Japanese Journal of Pharmacology
    51. GIRBE F; RAMASSAMY C; PITON C; COSTENTIN J
      ASCORBIC-ACID INCREASES SYNAPTOSOMAL POTASSIUM-INDUCED DOPAMINE RELEASE

      NeuroReport
    52. MICZEK KA; DEBOLD JF; VANERP AMM
      NEUROPHARMACOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES IN ALCOHOL EFFECTS ON AGGRESSION IN RODENTS AND PRIMATES

      Behavioural pharmacology
    53. WEST JR; CHEN WJA; PANTAZIS NJ
      FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME - THE VULNERABILITY OF THE DEVELOPING BRAIN AND POSSIBLE MECHANISMS OF DAMAGE

      Metabolic brain disease
    54. YAMADA K; TERAOKA T; MORITA S; HASEGAWA T; NABESHIMA T
      OMEGA-CONOTOXIN GVIA INHIBITS THE METHYLPHENIDATE-INDUCED BUT NOT METHAMPHETAMINE-INDUCED BEHAVIOR

      Neuroscience letters


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