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    1. Herlenius, E; Lagercrantz, H
      Neurotransmitters and neuromodulators during early human development

      EARLY HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
    2. Sumi-Ichinose, C; Urano, F; Kuroda, R; Ohye, T; Kojima, M; Tazawa, M; Shiraishi, H; Hagino, Y; Nagatsu, T; Nomura, T; Ichinose, H
      Catecholamines and serotonin are differently regulated by tetrahydrobiopterin - A study from 6-pyruvoyltetrahydropterin synthase knockout mice

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    3. Ebert, SN; Thompson, RP
      Embryonic epinephrine synthesis in the rat heart before innervation - Association with pacemaking and conduction tissue development

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    4. Du, XJ
      Sympathoadrenergic mechanisms in functional regulation and development of cardiac hypertrophy and failure: findings from genetically engineered mice

      CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH
    5. Cussac, D; Schaak, S; Denis, C; Flordellis, C; Calise, D; Paris, H
      High level of alpha 2-adrenoceptor in rat foetal liver and placenta is dueto alpha 2B-subtype expression in haematopoietic cells of the erythrocyte lineage

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    6. Lim, KC; Lakshmanan, G; Crawford, SE; Gu, Y; Grosveld, F; Engel, JD
      Gata3 loss leads to embryonic lethality due to noradrenaline deficiency ofthe sympathetic nervous system

      NATURE GENETICS
    7. Fritsche, R; Jacobsson, A
      Adrenergic cardiovascular control in developing amphibians

      ZOOLOGY-ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS
    8. Kashimata, M; Sakagami, H; Gresik, EW
      Intracellular signalling cascades activated by the EGF receptor and/or by integrins, with potential relevance for branching morphogenesis of the fetal mouse submandibular gland

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY
    9. Pendleton, RG; Rasheed, A; Hillman, R
      Effects of adrenergic agents on locomotor behavior and reproductive development in Drosophila

      DRUG DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH
    10. Slotkin, TA; Zhang, JA; Dancel, R; Garcia, SJ; Willis, C; Seidler, FJ
      beta-adrenoceptor signaling and its control of cell replication in MDA-MB-231 human breast cancer cells

      BREAST CANCER RESEARCH AND TREATMENT
    11. Funamoto, M; Hishinuma, S; Fujio, Y; Matsuda, Y; Kunisada, K; Oh, H; Negoro, S; Tone, E; Kishimoto, T; Yamauchi-Takihara, K
      Isolation and characterization of the murine cardiotrophin-1 gene: Expression and norepinephrine-induced transcriptional activation

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    12. Bornstein, SR; Bottner, A; Chrousos, GP
      Knocking out the stress response

      MOLECULAR PSYCHIATRY
    13. Ghiani, CA; Eisen, AM; Yuan, XQ; DePinho, RA; McBain, CJ; Gallo, V
      Neurotransmitter receptor activation triggers p27(Kip1) and p21(CIP1) accumulation and G(1) cell cycle arrest in oligodendrocyte progenitors

      DEVELOPMENT
    14. Rios, M; Habecker, B; Sasaoka, T; Eisenhofer, G; Tian, H; Landis, S; Chikaraishi, D; Roffler-Tarlov, S
      Catecholamine synthesis is mediated by tyrosinase in the absence of tyrosine hydroxylase

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    15. Duerr, JS; Frisby, DL; Gaskin, J; Duke, A; Asermely, K; Huddleston, D; Eiden, LE; Rand, JB
      The cat-1 gene of Caenorhabditis elegans encodes a vesicular monoamine transporter required for specific monoamine-dependent behaviors

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Schimmel, JJ; Crews, L; Roffler-Tarlov, S; Chikaraishi, DM
      4.5 kb of the rat tyrosine hydroxylase 5 ' flanking sequence directs tissue specific expression during development and contains consensus sites for multiple transcription factors

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    17. Kobayashi, K; Nagatsu, T
      Mice lacking the tyrosine hydroxylase gene and transcomplementation with the human genome: ongoing prospects for human gene therapy

      BIOGENIC AMINES
    18. Nguyen, TT; Tseng, YT; McGonnigal, B; Stabila, JP; Worrell, LA; Saha, S; Padbury, JF
      Placental biogenic amine transporters: In vivo function, regulation and pathobiological significance

      PLACENTA
    19. den Bakker, MA; Vissers, KJ; Molijn, AC; Kros, JM; Zwarthoff, EC; van der Kwast, TH
      Expression of the neurofibromatosis Type 2 gene in human tissues

      JOURNAL OF HISTOCHEMISTRY & CYTOCHEMISTRY
    20. Evans, IM; Sinha, AK; Pickard, MR; Edwards, PR; Leonard, AJ; Ekins, RP
      Maternal hypothyroxinemia disrupts neurotransmitter metabolic enzymes in developing brain

      JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY
    21. ROHRER DK
      PHYSIOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF BETA-ADRENERGIC-RECEPTOR DISRUPTION

      Journal of molecular medicine
    22. TIAN H; HAMMER RE; MATSUMOTO AM; RUSSELL DW; MCKNIGHT SL
      THE HYPOXIA-RESPONSIVE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR EPAS1 IS ESSENTIAL FOR CATECHOLAMINE HOMEOSTASIS AND PROTECTION AGAINST HEART-FAILURE DURING EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT

      Genes & development
    23. BRITSCH S; LI L; KIRCHHOFF S; THEURING F; BRINKMANN V; BIRCHMEIER C; RIETHMACHER D
      THE ERBB2 AND ERBB3 RECEPTORS AND THEIR LIGAND, NEUREGULIN-1, ARE ESSENTIAL FOR DEVELOPMENT OF THE SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Genes & development
    24. JONES GV; BOTHAM CA; CLARKE AG; KENDALL MD
      IMMUNOREACTIVITY OF NEURAL CREST-DERIVED CELLS IN THYMIC TISSUE DEVELOPING UNDER THE RAT-KIDNEY CAPSULE

      Brain, behavior, and immunity
    25. NISHII K; MATSUSHITA N; SAWADA H; SANO H; NODA Y; MAMIYA T; NABESHIMA T; NAGATSU I; HATA T; KIUCHI K; YOSHIZATO H; NAKASHIMA K; NAGATSU T; KOBAYASHI K
      MOTOR AND LEARNING DYSFUNCTION DURING POSTNATAL-DEVELOPMENT IN MICE DEFECTIVE IN DOPAMINE NEURONAL TRANSMISSION

      Journal of neuroscience research
    26. SAWADA H; NISHII K; SUZUKI T; HASEGAWA K; HATA T; NAGATSU I; KREITMAN RJ; PASTAN I; NAGATSU T; KOBAYASHI K
      AUTONOMIC NEUROPATHY IN TRANSGENIC MICE CAUSED BY IMMUNOTOXIN TARGETING OF THE PERIPHERAL NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Journal of neuroscience research
    27. ROHRER DK; KOBILKA BK
      G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTORS - FUNCTIONAL AND MECHANISTIC INSIGHTS THROUGH ALTERED GENE-EXPRESSION

      Physiological reviews
    28. FRITZ JD; JAYANTHI LD; THORESON MA; BLAKELY RD
      CLONING AND CHROMOSOMAL MAPPING OF THE MURINE NOREPINEPHRINE TRANSPORTER

      Journal of neurochemistry
    29. PUELLES L; VERNEY C
      EARLY NEUROMERIC DISTRIBUTION OF TYROSINE-HYDROXYLASE-IMMUNOREACTIVE NEURONS IN HUMAN EMBRYOS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    30. PENDLETON RG; RASHEED A; ROYCHOWDHURY R; HILLMAN R
      A NEW ROLE FOR CATECHOLAMINES - ONTOGENY

      Trends in pharmacological sciences
    31. SON JH; JOH TH
      GENETICALLY-ENGINEERED NEURAL TRANSMISSION

      Molecular psychiatry
    32. HEIN L; KOBILKA BK
      ADRENERGIC-RECEPTORS - FROM MOLECULAR-STRUCTURE TO IN-VIVO FUNCTION

      Trends in cardiovascular medicine
    33. FON EA; POTHOS EN; SUN BC; KILLEEN N; SULZER D; EDWARDS RH
      VESICULAR TRANSPORT REGULATES MONOAMINE STORAGE AND RELEASE BUT IS NOT ESSENTIAL FOR AMPHETAMINE ACTION

      Neuron
    34. WANG YM; GAINETDINOV PR; FUMAGALLI F; XU F; JONES SR; BOCK CB; MILLER GW; WIGHTMAN RM; CARON MG
      KNOCKOUT OF THE VESICULAR MONOAMINE TRANSPORTER-2 GENE RESULTS IN NEONATAL DEATH AND SUPERSENSITIVITY TO COCAINE AND AMPHETAMINE

      Neuron
    35. THOMAS SA; PALMITER RD
      DISRUPTION OF THE DOPAMINE-BETA-HYDROXYLASE GENE IN MICE SUGGESTS ROLES FOR NOREPINEPHRINE IN MOTOR FUNCTION, LEARNING, AND MEMORY

      Behavioral neuroscience
    36. FUJINAGA M; SCOTT JC
      GENE-EXPRESSION OF CATECHOLAMINE-SYNTHESIZING ENZYMES AND BETA-ADRENOCEPTOR SUBTYPES DURING RAT EMBRYOGENESIS

      Neuroscience letters
    37. TAFARI AT; THOMAS SA; PALMITER RD
      NOREPINEPHRINE FACILITATES THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE MURINE SWEAT RESPONSE BUT IS NOT ESSENTIAL

      The Journal of neuroscience
    38. SIDDIQUI A; SHAH BH
      NEONATAL ANDROGEN MANIPULATION DIFFERENTIALLY AFFECTS THE DEVELOPMENTOF MONOAMINE SYSTEMS IN RAT CEREBRAL-CORTEX, AMYGDALA AND HYPOTHALAMUS

      Developmental brain research
    39. PICKLO MJ
      METHODS OF SYMPATHETIC DEGENERATION AND ALTERATION

      Journal of the autonomic nervous system
    40. MENA MA; DAVILA V; SULZER D
      NEUROTROPHIC EFFECTS OF L-DOPA IN POSTNATAL MIDBRAIN DOPAMINE NEURON CORTICAL ASTROCYTE COCULTURES

      Journal of neurochemistry
    41. DEVIC E; PAQUEREAU L; STEINBERG R; CAPUT D; AUDIGIER Y
      EARLY EXPRESSION OF A BETA(1)-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR AND CATECHOLAMINES IN XENOPUS OOCYTES AND EMBRYOS

      FEBS letters
    42. PABBATHI VK; BRENNAN H; MUXWORTHY A; GILL L; HOLMES FE; VIGNES M; HAYNES LW
      CATECHOLAMINERGIC REGULATION OF PROLIFERATION AND SURVIVAL IN RAT FOREBRAIN PARAVENTRICULAR GERMINAL CELLS

      Brain research
    43. PALMITER RD
      NEW ADRENERGIC CELLS STIMULATE HEART RESEARCH

      Nature medicine
    44. FRITZ JD; ROBERTSON D
      GENE TARGETING APPROACHES TO THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Journal of the autonomic nervous system
    45. PENDLETON RG; ROBINSON N; ROYCHOWDHURY R; RASHEED A; HILLMAN R
      REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT IN DROSOPHILA ARE DEPENDENT UPON CATECHOLAMINES

      Life sciences
    46. GOLDSTEIN DS; LENDERS JWM; KALER SG; EISENHOFER G
      CATECHOLAMINE PHENOTYPING - CLUES TO THE DIAGNOSIS, TREATMENT, AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF NEUROGENETIC DISORDERS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    47. HUANG MH; FRIEND DS; SUNDAY ME; SINGH K; HALEY K; AUSTEN KF; KELLY RA; SMITH TW
      AN INTRINSIC ADRENERGIC SYSTEM IN MAMMALIAN HEART

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    48. NARITA M; ISHIDA T; TOMOYOSHI T; NOZAKI M; HORIIKE K
      A NATURAL VARIANT OF BOVINE DOPAMINE BETA-MONOOXYGENASE WITH PHENYLALANINE AS RESIDUE-208 - PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE VARIANT HOMOTETRAMERS AND HETEROTETRAMERS OF (F208)(4) AND (F208)(2)(L208)(2)

      FEBS letters
    49. DAHL E; WINTERHAGER E; TRAUB O; WILLECKE K
      EXPRESSION OF GAP JUNCTION GENES, CONNEXIN40 AND CONNEXIN43, DURING FETAL MOUSE DEVELOPMENT

      Anatomy and embryology


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