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    1. Balaban, CD; Thayer, JF
      Neurological bases for balance-anxiety links

      JOURNAL OF ANXIETY DISORDERS
    2. Artigas, F
      Limitations to enhancing the speed of onset of antidepressants - Are rapidaction antidepressants possible?

      HUMAN PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY-CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL
    3. McKenna, JT; Vertes, RP
      Collateral projections from the median raphe nucleus to the medial septum and hippocampus

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    4. Ehlen, JC; Grossman, GH; Glass, JD
      In vivo resetting of the hamster circadian clock by 5-HT7 receptors in thesuprachiasmatic nucleus

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Malone, DT; Taylor, DA
      Involvement of somatodendritic 5-HT1A receptors in Delta(9)-tetrahydrocannabinol-induced hypothermia in the rat

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    6. Adell, A; Celada, P; Artigas, F
      The role of 5-HT1B receptors in the regulation of serotonin cell firing and release in the rat brain

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    7. Znamensky, V; Echo, JA; Lamonte, N; Christian, G; Ragnauth, A; Bodnar, RJ
      gamma-Aminobutyric acid receptor subtype antagonists differentially alter opioid-induced feeding in the shell region of the nucleus accumbens in rats

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    8. Hertel, P; Lindblom, N; Nomikos, GG; Svensson, TH
      Receptor-mediated regulation of serotonin output in the rat dorsal raphe nucleus: effects of risperidone

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    9. Kohler, M; Kalkowski, A; Wollnik, F
      Species differences between hamsters and rats with regard to the putative role of serotonin in the circadian system

      BIOLOGICAL RHYTHM RESEARCH
    10. McKittrick, CR; Magarinos, AM; Blanchard, DC; Blanchard, RJ; McEwen, BS; Sakai, RR
      Chronic social stress reduces dendritic arbors in CA3 of hippocampus and decreases binding to serotonin transporter sites

      SYNAPSE
    11. Stratford, TR; Wirtshafter, D
      Forebrain lesions differentially affect drinking elicited by dipsogenic challenges and injections of muscimol into the median raphe nucleus

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    12. Bagdy, E; Kiraly, I; Harsing, LG
      Reciprocal innervation between serotonergic and GABAergic neurons in raphenuclei of the rat

      NEUROCHEMICAL RESEARCH
    13. Gartside, SE; Hajos-Korcsok, E; Bagdy, E; Harsing, LG; Sharp, T; Hajos, M
      Neurochemical and electrophysiological studies on the functional significance of burst firing in serotonergic neurons

      NEUROSCIENCE
    14. Tao, R; Auerbach, SB
      Regulation of serotonin release by GABA and excitatory amino acids

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    15. Fadda, F; Cocco, S; Rossetti, ZL; Melis, G; Stancampiano, R
      A tryptophan-free diet markedly reduces frontocortical 5-HT release, but fails to modify ethanol preference in alcohol-preferring (sP) and non-preferring (sNP) rats

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    16. Casanovas, JM; Berton, O; Celada, P; Artigas, F
      In vivo actions of the selective 5-HT1A receptor agonist BAY x 3702 on serotonergic cell firing and release

      NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERGS ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
    17. Engberg, G; Erhardt, S; Sharp, T; Hajos, M
      Nicotine inhibits firing activity of dorsal raphe 5-HT neurones in vivo

      NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERGS ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
    18. Monti, JM; Monti, D
      Role of dorsal raphe nucleus serotonin 5-HT1a receptor in the regulation of REM sleep

      LIFE SCIENCES
    19. Liu, RJ; Jolas, T; Aghajanian, G
      Serotonin 5-HT2 receptors activate local GABA inhibitory inputs to serotonergic neurons of the dorsal raphe nucleus

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    20. Morris, JS; Smith, KA; Cowen, PJ; Friston, KJ; Dolan, RJ
      Covariation of activity in habenula and dorsal raphe nuclei following tryptophan depletion

      NEUROIMAGE
    21. Healy, DJ; Meador-Woodruff, JH
      Ionotropic glutamate receptor modulation of 5-HT6 and 5-HT7 mRNA expression in rat brain

      NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    22. Redrobe, JP; Bourin, M
      The effect of lithium administration in animal models of depression: a short review

      FUNDAMENTAL & CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    23. VARGA V; KEKESI A; JUHASZ G; KOCSIS B
      REDUCTION OF THE EXTRACELLULAR LEVEL OF GLUTAMATE IN THE MEDIAN RAPHENUCLEUS ASSOCIATED WITH HIPPOCAMPAL THETA ACTIVITY IN THE ANESTHETIZED RAT

      Neuroscience
    24. KICHIGINA VF; KUDINA TA; ZENCHENKO KI; VINOGRADOVA OS
      BACKGROUND ACTIVITY OF HIPPOCAMPAL-NEURONS IN RABBIT DURING FUNCTIONAL SUPPRESSION OF THE THETA-CONTROLLING BRAIN STRUCTURES

      Zurnal vyssej nervnoj deatelnosti im. I.P. Pavlova
    25. CONDO GL; RENSHAW D; LIGHTMAN SL; HARBUZ MS
      SEROTONIN DEPLETION DOES NOT ALTER LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE-INDUCED ACTIVATION OF THE RAT PARAVENTRICULAR NUCLEUS

      Journal of Endocrinology
    26. LEANDER P; VRANG N; MOLLER M
      NEURONAL PROJECTIONS FROM THE MESENCEPHALIC RAPHE NUCLEAR-COMPLEX TO THE SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEUS AND THE DEEP PINEAL-GLAND OF THE GOLDEN-HAMSTER (MESOCRICETUS-AURATUS)

      Journal of comparative neurology
    27. HANSEN HH; MIKKELSEN JD
      LONG-TERM EFFECTS ON SEROTONIN TRANSPORTER MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION OF CHRONIC NEONATAL EXPOSURE TO A SEROTONIN REUPTAKE INHIBITOR

      European journal of pharmacology
    28. SINGEWALD N; KAEHLER ST; HEMEIDA R; PHILIPPU A
      INFLUENCE OF EXCITATORY AMINO-ACIDS ON BASAL AND SENSORY STIMULI-INDUCED RELEASE OF 5-HT IN THE LOCUS-COERULEUS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    29. AMAT J; MATUSAMAT P; WATKINS LR; MAIER SF
      ESCAPABLE AND INESCAPABLE STRESS DIFFERENTIALLY AND SELECTIVELY ALTEREXTRACELLULAR LEVELS OF 5-HT IN THE VENTRAL HIPPOCAMPUS AND DORSAL PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY OF THE RAT

      Brain research
    30. PALLOTTA M; SEGIETH J; WHITTON PS
      N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTORS REGULATE 5-HT RELEASE IN THE RAPHE NUCLEI AND FRONTAL-CORTEX OF FREELY MOVING RATS - DIFFERENTIAL ROLE OF 5-HT1A AUTORECEPTORS

      Brain research
    31. BEL N; FIGUERAS G; VILARO MT; SUNOL C; ARTIGAS F
      ANTIDEPRESSANT DRUGS INHIBIT A GLIAL 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE TRANSPORTER IN RAT-BRAIN

      European journal of neuroscience
    32. KONDO Y; YAMANOUCHI K
      POTENTIATION OF EJACULATORY ACTIVITY BY MEDIAN RAPHE NUCLEUS LESIONS IN MALE RATS - EFFECT OF P-CHLOROPHENYLALANINE

      Endocrine journal
    33. XU ZQD; HOKFELT T
      EXPRESSION OF GALANIN AND NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE IN SUBPOPULATIONS SEROTONIN NEURONS OF THE RAT DORSAL RAPHE NUCLEUS

      Journal of chemical neuroanatomy
    34. EDGAR DM; REID MS; DEMENT WC
      SEROTONERGIC AFFERENTS MEDIATE ACTIVITY-DEPENDENT ENTRAINMENT OF THE MOUSE CIRCADIAN CLOCK

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    35. DUGAR A; LAKOSKI JM
      SEROTONERGIC FUNCTION OF AGING HIPPOCAMPAL CA3 PYRAMIDAL NEURONS - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT FOLLOWING ADMINISTRATION OF 5,7-DIHYDROXYTRYPTAMINE IN THE FIMBRIA-FORNIX AND CINGULUM BUNDLE

      Journal of neuroscience research
    36. LIU W; ALREJA M
      ATYPICAL ANTIPSYCHOTICS BLOCK THE EXCITATORY EFFECTS OF SEROTONIN IN SEPTOHIPPOCAMPAL NEURONS IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience
    37. PISTIS M; MUNTONI AL; GESSA G; DIANA M
      EFFECTS OF ACUTE, CHRONIC ETHANOL AND WITHDRAWAL ON DORSAL RAPHE NEURONS - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES

      Neuroscience
    38. MOUKHLES H; BOSLER O; BOLAM JP; VALLEE A; UMBRIACO D; GEFFARD M; DOUCET G
      QUANTITATIVE AND MORPHOMETRIC DATA INDICATE PRECISE CELLULAR INTERACTIONS BETWEEN SEROTONIN TERMINALS AND POSTSYNAPTIC TARGETS IN RAT SUBSTANTIA-NIGRA

      Neuroscience
    39. FERRARO G; MONTALBANO ME; SARDO P; LAGRUTTA V
      LATERAL HABENULA AND HIPPOCAMPUS - A COMPLEX INTERACTION RAPHE CELLS-MEDIATED

      Journal of neural transmission
    40. MARTINEZCERVANTES A; FERNANDEZMAS R; FERNANDEZGUARDIOLA A
      EFFECT OF REPEATED PENICILLIN MICROINJECT IONS IN RAFE DORSAL NUCLEUSON SLEEP ORGANIZATION DURING 23 HRS REGISTER IN THE CAT

      Salud mental
    41. ADELL A; CASANOVAS JM; ARTIGAS F
      COMPARATIVE-STUDY IN THE RAT OF THE ACTIONS OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF STRESS ON THE RELEASE OF 5-HT IN RAPHE NUCLEI AND FOREBRAIN AREAS

      Neuropharmacology
    42. MCQUADE R; SHARP T
      FUNCTIONAL MAPPING OF DORSAL AND MEDIAN RAPHE 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE PATHWAYS IN FOREBRAIN OF THE RAT USING MICRODIALYSIS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    43. CASANOVAS JM; LESOURD M; ARTIGAS F
      THE EFFECT OF THE SELECTIVE 5-HT1A AGONISTS ALNESPIRONE (S-20499) AND8-OH-DPAT ON EXTRACELLULAR 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE IN DIFFERENT REGIONS OF RAT-BRAIN

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    44. KINNEY GG; VOGEL GW; FENG PF
      DECREASED DORSAL RAPHE NUCLEUS NEURONAL-ACTIVITY IN ADULT CHLORAL HYDRATE ANESTHETIZED RATS FOLLOWING NEONATAL CLOMIPRAMINE TREATMENT - IMPLICATIONS FOR ENDOGENOUS-DEPRESSION

      Brain research
    45. KAO K; SANDERS MJ; GREEN EJ
      PHYSIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR HIPPOCAMPAL DISINHIBITION RESULTING FROM ACTIVATION OF THE MEDIAN RAPHE

      Brain research
    46. CUMMING P; LJUBICTHIBAL V; LALIBERTE C; DIKSIC M
      THE EFFECT OF UNILATERAL NEUROTOXIC LESIONS TO SEROTONIN FIBERS IN THE MEDIAL FOREBRAIN-BUNDLE ON THE METABOLISM OF [H-3] DOPA IN THE TELENCEPHALON OF THE LIVING RAT

      Brain research
    47. RALPH MR
      CIRCADIAN-RHYTHMS - MAMMALIAN ASPECTS

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    48. GOLOMBEK DA; HURD MW; LEE KF; RALPH MR
      MICE LACKING THE P75(NGFR) RECEPTOR EXHIBIT ABNORMAL RESPONSES TO LIGHT

      Biological rhythm research
    49. BIZOT JC; THIEBOT MH
      IMPULSIVITY AS A CONFOUNDING FACTOR IN CERTAIN ANIMAL TESTS OF COGNITIVE FUNCTION

      Cognitive brain research
    50. ROMERO L; BEL N; ARTIGAS F; DEMONTIGNY C; BLIER P
      EFFECT OF PINDOLOL ON THE FUNCTION OF PRESYNAPTIC AND POSTSYNAPTIC 5-HT1A RECEPTORS - IN-VIVO MICRODIALYSIS AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      Neuropsychopharmacology
    51. GARDIER AM; MALAGIE I; TRILLAT AC; JACQUOT C; ARTIGAS F
      ROLE OF 5-HT1A AUTORECEPTORS IN THE MECHANISM OF ACTION OF SEROTONINERGIC ANTIDEPRESSANT DRUGS - RECENT FINDINGS FROM IN-VIVO MICRODIALYSISSTUDIES

      Fundamental and clinical pharmacology
    52. FERRARO G; MONTALBANO ME; SARDO P; LAGRUTTA V
      LATERAL HABENULAR INFLUENCE ON DORSAL RAPHE NEURONS

      Brain research bulletin
    53. MOLINAHOLGADO F; GUAZA C
      ENDOTOXIN ADMINISTRATION INDUCED DIFFERENTIAL NEUROCHEMICAL ACTIVATION OF THE RAT-BRAIN STEM NUCLEI

      Brain research bulletin
    54. UEDA S; MATSUMOTO Y; ISHIZUYAOKA A; AIKAWA M; NISHIMURA A; KAWATA M
      ORGANIZATION OF REGENERATING SEROTONERGIC FIBERS IN THE HIPPOCAMPAL-FORMATION

      Brain research bulletin
    55. DAFNY N; DONG WQ; PRIETOGOMEZ C; REYESVAZQUEZ C; STANFORD J; QIAO JT
      LATERAL HYPOTHALAMUS - SITE INVOLVED IN PAIN MODULATION

      Neuroscience
    56. KAWANO H; DECKER K; REUSS S
      IS THERE A DIRECT RETINA-RAPHE-SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEUS PATHWAY IN THERAT

      Neuroscience letters
    57. MEYERBERNSTEIN EL; MORIN LP
      DIFFERENTIAL SEROTONERGIC INNERVATION OF THE SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEUS AND THE INTERGENICULATE LEAFLET AND ITS ROLE IN CIRCADIAN-RHYTHM MODULATION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    58. MURPHY CA; DICAMILLO AM; HAUN F; MURRAY M
      LESION OF THE HABENULAR EFFERENT PATHWAY PRODUCES ANXIETY AND LOCOMOTOR HYPERACTIVITY IN RATS - A COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF NEONATAL ANDADULT LESIONS

      Behavioural brain research
    59. ARTIGAS F; ROMERO L; DEMONTIGNY C; BLIER P
      ACCELERATION OF THE EFFECT OF SELECTED ANTIDEPRESSANT DRUGS IN MAJOR DEPRESSION BY 5-HT1A ANTAGONISTS

      Trends in neurosciences
    60. JAGUST WJ; EBERLING JL; BIEGON A; TAYLOR SE; VANBROCKLIN HF; JORDAN S; HANRAHAN SM; ROBERTS JA; BRENNAN KM; MATHIS CA
      IODINE-123-5-IODO-6-NITROQUIPAZINE - SPECT RADIOTRACER TO IMAGE THE SEROTONIN TRANSPORTER

      The Journal of nuclear medicine
    61. CUI LN; DYBALL REJ
      SYNAPTIC INPUT FROM THE RETINA TO THE SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEUS CHANGESWITH THE LIGHT-DARK CYCLE IN THE SYRIAN-HAMSTER

      Journal of physiology
    62. BEL N; ARTIGAS F
      REDUCTION OF SEROTONERGIC FUNCTION IN RAT-BRAIN BY TRYPTOPHAN DEPLETION - EFFECTS IN CONTROL AND FLUVOXAMINE-TREATED RATS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    63. LI MY; YAN QS; COFFEY LL; REITH MEA
      EXTRACELLULAR DOPAMINE, NOREPINEPHRINE, AND SEROTONIN IN THE NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS OF FREELY MOVING RATS DURING INTRACEREBRAL DIALYSIS WITH COCAINE AND OTHER MONOAMINE UPTAKE BLOCKERS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    64. MARROSU F; FORNAL CA; METZLER CW; JACOBS BL
      5-HT1A AGONISTS INDUCE HIPPOCAMPAL THETA-ACTIVITY IN FREELY MOVING CATS - ROLE OF PRESYNAPTIC 5-NT1A RECEPTORS

      Brain research
    65. CELADA P; SIUCIAK JA; TRAN TM; ALTAR CA; TEPPER JM
      LOCAL INFUSION OF BRAIN-DERIVED NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR MODIFIES THE FIRING PATTERN OF DORSAL RAPHE SEROTONERGIC NEURONS

      Brain research
    66. GONZALORUIZ A; LIEBERMAN AR; SANZANQUELA JM
      ORGANIZATION OF SEROTONINERGIC PROJECTIONS FROM THE RAPHE NUCLEI TO THE ANTERIOR THALAMIC NUCLEI IN THE RAT - A COMBINED RETROGRADE TRACINGAND 5-HT IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL STUDY

      Journal of chemical neuroanatomy
    67. MCQUADE R; SHARP T
      RELEASE OF CEREBRAL 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE EVOKED BY ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION OF THE DORSAL AND MEDIAN RAPHE NUCLEI - EFFECT OF A NEUROTOXIC AMPHETAMINE

      Neuroscience
    68. MONTAGNECLAVEL J; OLIVERAS JL; MARTIN G
      SINGLE-UNIT RECORDINGS AT DORSAL RAPHE NUCLEUS IN THE AWAKE-ANESTHETIZED RAT - SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY AND RESPONSES TO CUTANEOUS INNOCUOUS AND NOXIOUS STIMULATIONS

      Pain
    69. DRINGENBERG HC; HARGREAVES EL; BAKER GB; COOLEY RK; VANDERWOLF CH
      P-CHLOROPHENYLALANINE-INDUCED SEROTONIN DEPLETION - REDUCTION IN EXPLORATORY LOCOMOTION BUT NO OBVIOUS SENSORY-MOTOR DEFICITS

      Behavioural brain research
    70. HAJOS M; GARTSIDE SE; SHARP T
      INHIBITION OF MEDIAN AND DORSAL RAPHE NEURONS FOLLOWING ADMINISTRATION OF THE SELECTIVE SEROTONIN REUPTAKE INHIBITOR PAROXETINE

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    71. LINNET K; KOED K; WIBORG O; GREGERSEN N
      SEROTONIN DEPLETION DECREASES SEROTONIN TRANSPORTER MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS IN RAT-BRAIN

      Brain research
    72. HENSLER JG; FERRY RC; LABOW DM; KOVACHICH GB; FRAZER A
      QUANTITATIVE AUTORADIOGRAPHY OF THE SEROTONIN TRANSPORTER TO ASSESS THE DISTRIBUTION OF SEROTONERGIC PROJECTIONS FROM THE DORSAL RAPHE NUCLEUS

      Synapse
    73. SAPHIER D; WELCH JE; FARRAR GE; NGUYEN NQ; AGUADO F; THALLER TR; KNIGHT DS
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN SEROTONIN, THYROTROPIN-RELEASING-HORMONE, AND SUBSTANCE-P IN THE CNS REGULATION OF ADRENOCORTICAL SECRETION

      Psychoneuroendocrinology
    74. PETROV T; KRUKOFF TL; JHAMANDAS JH
      CHEMICALLY-DEFINED COLLATERAL PROJECTIONS FROM THE PENS TO THE CENTRAL NUCLEUS OF THE AMYGDALA AND HYPOTHALAMIC PARAVENTRICULAR NUCLEUS IN THE RAT

      Cell and tissue research
    75. TSUIKI K; TAKADA A; GRDISA M; DIKSIC M
      EFFECT OF HYPOTHALAMIC 5,7-DIHYDROXYTRYPTAMINE LESION ON THE ANTEROGRADE TRANSPORT OF SEROTONIN AS MEASURED WITH LABELED ALPHA-METHYL SEROTONIN

      Neurochemistry international
    76. MALYSZKO J; TAKADA Y; URANO T; SERIZAWA K; KOZIMA Y; YAN D; TAKADA A
      PERIPHERAL AND CENTRAL SEROTONERGIC SYSTEMS IN RATS SUBJECTED TO FOOTSHOCK OR WATER-IMMERSION RESTRAINT STRESS

      Biogenic amines
    77. PARIS JM; CUNNINGHAM KA
      HABENULA LESIONS DECREASE THE RESPONSIVENESS OF DORSAL RAPHE SEROTONIN NEURONS TO COCAINE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    78. KAWAI K; YOKOTA N; YAMAWAKI S
      EFFECT OF CHRONIC TRYPTOPHAN DEPLETION ON THE CIRCADIAN-RHYTHM OF WHEEL-RUNNING ACTIVITY IN RATS

      Physiology & behavior
    79. NENONENE EK; RADJA F; CARLI M; GRONDIN L; READER TA
      HETEROGENEITY OF CORTICAL AND HIPPOCAMPAL 5-HT1A RECEPTORS - A REAPPRAISAL OF HOMOGENATE BINDING WITH 8-[H-3]HYDROXYDIPROPYLAMINOTETRALIN

      Journal of neurochemistry
    80. MAEDA N; MATSUOKA N; YAMAGUCHI I
      ROLE OF THE DOPAMINERGIC, SEROTONERGIC AND CHOLINERGIC LINK IN THE EXPRESSION OF PENILE ERECTION IN RATS

      Japanese Journal of Pharmacology
    81. KINNEY GG; KOCSIS B; VERTES RP
      INJECTIONS OF EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID ANTAGONISTS INTO THE MEDIAN RAPHENUCLEUS PRODUCE HIPPOCAMPAL THETA-RHYTHM IN THE URETHANE-ANESTHETIZEDRAT

      Brain research
    82. MAEDA N; MATSUOKA N; YAMAGUCHI I
      POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF THE SEPTOHIPPOCAMPAL CHOLINERGIC AND RAPHE-HIPPOCAMPAL SEROTONERGIC ACTIVATIONS IN THE PENILE ERECTION INDUCED BY FENFLURAMINE IN RATS

      Brain research
    83. YING SW; RUSAK B
      EFFECTS OF SEROTONERGIC AGONISTS ON FIRING RATES OF PHOTICALLY RESPONSIVE CELLS IN THE HAMSTER SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEUS

      Brain research
    84. MACKAY KB; MCCULLOCH J
      DISTRIBUTION OF EFFECTS OF THE KAPPA-OPIOID AGONIST CI-977 ON CEREBRAL GLUCOSE-UTILIZATION IN RAT-BRAIN

      Brain research
    85. CAGAMPANG FRA; YAMAZAKI S; OTORI Y; INOUYE SIT
      SEROTONIN IN THE RAPHE NUCLEI - REGULATION BY LIGHT AND AN ENDOGENOUSPACEMAKER

      NeuroReport
    86. PONCET L; DENOROY L; JOUVET M
      DAILY VARIATIONS IN IN-VIVO TRYPTOPHAN HYDROXYLATION AND IN THE CONTENTS OF SEROTONIN AND 5-HYDROXYINDOLEACETIC ACID IN DISCRETE BRAIN-AREAS OF THE RAT

      Journal of neural transmission
    87. FLETCHER PJ; COSCINA DV
      INJECTING 5-HT INTO THE PVN DOES NOT PREVENT FEEDING INDUCED BY INJECTING 8-OH-DPTA INTO THE RAPHE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    88. MARVAN ML; CONTRERAS CM
      CLOMIPRAMINE INCREASES FIRING RATE IN LATERAL SEPTAL NEURONS RELATED WITH HIPPOCAMPUS

      Physiology & behavior
    89. WATERHOUSE BD; BORDER B; WAHL L; MIHAILOFF GA
      TOPOGRAPHIC ORGANIZATION OF RAT LOCUS-CERULEUS AND DORSAL RAPHE NUCLEI - DISTRIBUTION OF CELLS PROJECTING TO VISUAL-SYSTEM STRUCTURES

      Journal of comparative neurology
    90. LI YQ; TAKADA M; SHINONAGA Y; MIZUNO N
      THE SITES OF ORIGIN OF DOPAMINERGIC AFFERENT-FIBERS TO THE LATERAL HABENULAR NUCLEUS IN THE RAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    91. HARBUZ MS; CHALMERS J; DESOUZA L; LIGHTMAN SL
      STRESS-INDUCED ACTIVATION OF CRF AND C-FOS MESSENGER-RNAS IN THE PARAVENTRICULAR NUCLEUS ARE NOT AFFECTED BY SEROTONIN DEPLETION

      Brain research
    92. CALLAWAY CW; WING LL; NICHOLS DE; GEYER MA
      SUPPRESSION OF BEHAVIORAL ACTIVITY BY NORFENFLURAMINE AND RELATED DRUGS IN RATS IS NOT MEDIATED BY SEROTONIN RELEASE

      Psychopharmacology


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