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    1. Jeong, HJ; Han, SH; Min, BI; Cho, YW
      5-HT1A receptor-mediated activation of G-protein-gated inwardly rectifyingK+ current in rat periaqueductal gray neurons

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    2. Hicks, ME; Gomez-Flores, R; Wang, CG; Mosberg, HI; Weber, RJ
      Differential effects of the novel non-peptidic opioid 4-tyrosylamido-6-benzyl-1,2,3,4 tetrahydroquinoline (CGPM-9) on in vitro rat t lymphocyte and macrophage functions

      LIFE SCIENCES
    3. Sakurada, S; Hayashi, T; Yuhki, M; Orito, T; Zadina, JE; Kastin, AJ; Fujimura, T; Murayama, K; Sakurada, C; Sakurada, T; Narita, M; Suzuki, T; Tan-no, K; Tseng, LF
      Differential antinociceptive effects induced by intrathecally administeredendomorphin-1 and endomorphin-2 in the mouse

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    4. Komoto, T; Okada, T; Sato, S; Nino, Y; Oka, T; Sakamoto, T
      New mu-opioid receptor agonists with piperazine moiety

      CHEMICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    5. Ross, FB; Wallis, SC; Smith, MT
      Co-administration of sub-antinociceptive doses of oxycodone and morphine produces marked antinociceptive synergy with reduced CNS side-effects in rats

      PAIN
    6. Hugghins, SY; Champion, HC; Cheng, G; Kadowitz, PJ; Jeter, JR
      Vasorelaxant responses to endomorphins, nociceptin, albuterol, and adrenomedullin in isolated rat aorta

      LIFE SCIENCES
    7. Chung, F; Mulier, JP; Scholz, J; Breivik, H; Araujo, M; Hjelle, K; Upadhyaya, B; Haigh, C
      A comparison of anaesthesia using remifentanil combined with either isoflurane, enflurane or propofol in patients undergoing gynaecological laparoscopy, varicose vein or arthroscopic surgery

      ACTA ANAESTHESIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    8. Negri, L; Lattanzi, R; Borsodi, A; Toth, G; Salvadori, S
      Differential knockdown of delta-opioid receptor subtypes in the rat brain by antisense oligodeoxynucleotides targeting mRNA

      ANTISENSE & NUCLEIC ACID DRUG DEVELOPMENT
    9. Balschi, JA; Renugopalakrishan, V; Collette, TW; Dobbs, JC; Carreira, LA; Pattabiraman, N; Langridge, R; Sorensen, KR; Huang, SG; MacElroy, RD
      Molecular conformations of dermorphin: A unique non-nervous tissue mu-agonist

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    10. Han, SH; Cho, YW; Kim, CJ; Min, BI; Rhee, JS; Akaike, N
      mu-opioid agonist-induced activation of G-protein-coupled inwardly rectifying potassium current in rat periaqueductal gray neurons

      NEUROSCIENCE
    11. May, T; Juilfs, F; Wolffgramm, J
      Effects of etonitazene consumption and abstinence on the signal transmission of mu-opioid receptors in brain membranes of rats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    12. Williams, CA; Wu, SY; Dun, SL; Kwok, EH; Dun, NJ
      Release of endomorphin-2 like substances from the rat spinal cord

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    13. Fernandez, B; Alberti, I; Kitchen, I; Viveros, MP
      Chronic naltrindole administration does not modify the inhibitory effect of morphine on vocalization responses in the tail electric stimulation test in rats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    14. Szeto, HH; Soong, Y; Wu, DL; Olariu, N; Kett, A; Kim, H; Clapp, JF
      Respiratory depression after intravenous administration of delta-selectiveopioid peptide analogs

      PEPTIDES
    15. Yang, YR; Chiu, TH; Chen, CL
      Structure-activity relationships of naturally occurring and synthetic opioid tetrapeptides acting on locus coeruleus neurons

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    16. Natsuka, K; Nishikawa, Y; Nakamura, H
      Roles of two basic nitrogen atoms in 1-substituted 4-(1,2-diphenylethyl)piperazine derivatives in production of opioid agonist and antagonist activities

      CHEMICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    17. Negri, L; Broccardo, M; Lattanzi, R; Melchiorri, P
      Effects of antisense oligonucleotides on brain delta-opioid receptor density and on SNC80-induced locomotor stimulation and colonic transit inhibition in rats

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    18. Roumy, M; Zajac, JM
      Neuropeptide FF selectively attenuates the effects of nociceptin on acutely dissociated neurons of the rat dorsal raphe nucleus

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    19. Schiller, PW; Weltrowska, G; Berezowska, I; Nguyen, TMD; Wilkes, BC; Lemieux, C; Chung, NN
      The TIPP opioid peptide family: Development of delta antagonists, delta agonists, and mixed mu agonist/delta antagonists

      BIOPOLYMERS
    20. SPETEA M; OTVOS F; TOTH G; NGUYEN TMD; SCHILLER PW; VOGEL Z; BORSODI A
      INTERACTION OF AGONIST PEPTIDE [H-3]TYR-D-ALA-PHE-PHE-NH2 WITH MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR IN RAT-BRAIN AND CHO-MU 1 CELL-LINE/

      Peptides (New York, N.Y. 1980)
    21. CARON RW; LENG G; LUDWIG M; RUSSELL JA
      NALOXONE-INDUCED SUPERSENSITIVITY OF OXYTOCIN NEURONS TO OPIOID ANTAGONISTS

      Neuropharmacology
    22. HASHIGUCHI Y; MOLINA PE; DORTON S; MCNURLAN MA; GARLICK PJ; REDDY D; ABUMRAD NN
      CENTRAL OPIATE MU-RECEPTOR-MEDIATED SUPPRESSION OF TISSUE PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    23. FRIESE N; DIOP L; LAMBERT C; RIVIERE PJM; DAHL SG
      ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFECTS OF MORPHINE AND U-50,488H ON VAGINAL DISTENSION IN THE ANESTHETIZED RAT

      Life sciences
    24. FRIESE N; CHEVALIER E; ANGEL F; PASCAUD X; JUNIEN JL; DAHL SG; RIVIERE PJM
      REVERSAL BY KAPPA-AGONISTS OF PERITONEAL IRRITATION-INDUCED ILEUS ANDVISCERAL PAIN IN RATS

      Life sciences
    25. GHOSH S; GELLER EB; ADLER MW
      INTERACTION OF CHOLECYSTOKININ AND SOMATOSTATIN WITH A SELECTIVE MU-OPIOID AGONIST AND MU-ANTAGONISTS AND KAPPA-ANTAGONISTS IN THERMOREGULATION

      Brain research
    26. REBEYROLLES S; ZAJAC JM; ROUMY M
      NEUROPEPTIDE FF REVERSES THE EFFECT OF MU-OPIOID ON CA2+ CHANNELS IN RAT SPINAL GANGLION NEURONS

      NeuroReport
    27. BRANDT W; DROSIHN S; HAURAND M; HOLZGRABE U; NACHTSHEIM C
      SEARCH FOR THE PHARMACOPHORE IN KAPPA-AGONISTIC DIAZABICYCLO[3.3.1]NONAN-9-ONE-1,5-DIESTERS AND ARYLACETAMIDES

      Archiv der pharmazie
    28. GIACCHINO JL; HENRIKSEN SJ
      SYSTEMIC MORPHINE AND LOCAL OPIOID EFFECTS ON NEURONAL-ACTIVITY IN THE MEDIAL PREFRONTAL CORTEX

      Neuroscience
    29. YAKIMOVA KS; SANN H; PIERAU FK
      NEURONAL BASIS FOR THE HYPERTHERMIC EFFECT OF MU-OPIOID AGONISTS IN RATS - DECREASE IN TEMPERATURE SENSITIVITY OF WARM-SENSITIVE HYPOTHALAMIC NEURONS

      Neuroscience letters
    30. GERAK LR; FRANCE CP
      DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS EFFECTS OF NALBUPHINE IN RHESUS-MONKEYS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    31. NATH C; PATNAIK GK; HAQ W; MATHUR KB; SRIMAL RC; DHAWAN BN; PORRECA F
      NOVEL MET-ENKEPHALIN ANALOG - A POTENT SYSTEMIC MU-AGONIST ANTINOCICEPTIVE AGENT

      Pharmacological research
    32. ELLIOTT K; KEST B; MAN A; KAO B; INTURRISI CE
      N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE (NMDA) RECEPTORS, MU-OPIOID AND KAPPA-OPIOID TOLERANCE, AND PERSPECTIVES ON NEW ANALGESIC DRUG DEVELOPMENT

      Neuropsychopharmacology
    33. BORZELLECA JF; EGLE JL; HARRIS LS; BELLEVILLE JAN
      TOXICOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF MU-AGONISTS .2. ASSESSMENT OF TOXICITY FOLLOWING 30 DAYS OF REPEATED ORAL DOSING OF MALE AND FEMALE RATS WITH LEVO-ALPHA-NORACETYLMETHADOL HCL (NORLAAM)

      Journal of applied toxicology
    34. ESCOTT KJ; BEATTIE DT; CONNOR HE; BRAIN SD
      THE MODULATION OF THE INCREASE IN RAT FACIAL SKIN BLOOD-FLOW OBSERVEDAFTER TRIGEMINAL GANGLION STIMULATION

      European journal of pharmacology
    35. GIOANNI Y; GRECO B; PREVOST J
      SEARCH FOR THE STRUCTURES INITIATING SEIZURES TRIGGERED BY INTRAVENTRICULAR-INJECTION OF THE MU-OPIOID AGONIST DERMORPHIN IN RATS

      Epilepsia
    36. FABIAN I; ABLEITNER A
      BRAIN SITES INVOLVED IN MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR-MEDIATED ACTIONS - A 2-DEOXYGLUCOSE STUDY

      Brain research
    37. FAN SF; CRAIN SM
      DUAL REGULATION BY MU-OPIOID, DELTA-OPIOID AND KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONISTS OF K+ CONDUCTANCE OF DRG NEURONS AND NEUROBLASTOMA X DRG NEURON HYBRID F11 CELLS

      Brain research
    38. REINOSOBARBERO F; DEANDRES I
      EFFECTS OF OPIOID MICROINJECTIONS IN THE NUCLEUS OF THE SOLITARY TRACT AN THE SLEEP-WAKEFULNESS CYCLE STATES IN CATS

      Anesthesiology
    39. LIU XF; FAN XT; KITAMURA K; TANIGUCHI T; OKA T
      A METHOD TO ESTIMATE THE POTENCY OF THE MU-COMPONENT OF AN OPIOID HAVING MIXED MU-AGONIST, AND KAPPA-AGONIST AND OR DELTA-AGONIST ACTIVITIES/

      Psychopharmacology
    40. GRECO B; PREVOST J; GIOANNI Y
      INTRACEREBRAL MICROINJECTIONS OF DERMORPHIN - SEARCH FOR THE EPILEPTIC INDUCTION THRESHOLDS

      NeuroReport
    41. GALIZIO M; ROBINSON EG; ORDRONNEAU C
      OPIOID DRUGS AND TIMEOUT FROM AVOIDANCE

      Behavioural pharmacology
    42. ELIOTT K; HYNANSKY A; INTURRISI CE
      DEXTROMETHORPHAN ATTENUATES AND REVERSES ANALGESIC TOLERANCE TO MORPHINE

      Pain
    43. ELLIOTT K; MINAMI N; KOLESNIKOV YA; PASTERNAK GW; INTURRISI CE
      THE NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS, LY274614 AND MK-801, AND THE NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE INHIBITOR, NG-NITRO-L-ARGININE, ATTENUATE ANALGESIC TOLERANCE TO THE MU-OPIOID MORPHINE BUT NOT TO KAPPA-OPIOIDS

      Pain
    44. BORZELLECA JF; EGLE JL; HARRIS LS; JOHNSON DN; TERRILL JB; BELLEVILLE JAN
      TOXICOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF MU-AGONISTS .1. ASSESSMENT OF TOXICITY FOLLOWING 30 DAYS OF REPEATED ORAL DOSING OF MALE AND FEMALE RATS WITH LEVO-ALPHA-ACETYLMETHADOL HCL (LAAM)

      Journal of applied toxicology
    45. SHIBASAKI T; IMAKI T; HOTTA M; LING N; DEMURA H
      RESTRAINT CHANGES PENTOBARBITAL-INDUCED SLEEPING TIME IN RATS - EVIDENCE THAT AROUSAL IS MODULATED BY BRAIN CORTICOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONEAND OPIOID IN STRESS

      Regulatory peptides
    46. MEYER ME; MCLAURIN BI; ALLEN M; MEYER ME
      BIPHASIC EFFECTS OF INTRAACCUMBENS MU-OPIOID PEPTIDE AGONIST DAMGO ONLOCOMOTOR ACTIVITIES

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    47. SPANAGEL R; ALMEIDA OFX; BARTL C; SHIPPENBERG TS
      ENDOGENOUS K-OPIOID SYSTEMS IN OPIATE WITHDRAWAL - ROLE IN AVERSION AND ACCOMPANYING CHANGES IN MESOLIMBIC DOPAMINE RELEASE

      Psychopharmacology
    48. KASAI M; TASKER JG; WUARIN JP; DUDEK FE
      MEMBRANE-PROPERTIES OF IDENTIFIED GUINEA-PIG PARAVENTRICULAR NEURONS AND THEIR RESPONSE TO AN OPIOID MU-RECEPTOR AGONIST - EVIDENCE FOR AN INCREASE IN K+ CONDUCTANCE

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    49. DESMEULES JA; KAYSER V; GUILBAUD G
      SELECTIVE OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONISTS MODULATE MECHANICAL ALLODYNIA IN AN ANIMAL-MODEL OF NEUROPATHIC PAIN

      Pain
    50. GOSNELL BA; PATEL CK
      CENTRALLY ADMINISTERED MU-OPIOID AND DELTA-OPIOID AGONISTS INCREASE OPERANT RESPONDING FOR SACCHARIN

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior


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