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    1. Richardson, MP
      Functional imaging in epilepsy

      SEIZURE-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF EPILEPSY
    2. Collier, TL; Schiller, PW; Waterhouse, RN
      Radiosynthesis and in vivo evaluation of the pseudopeptide delta-opioid antagonist [I-125]-ITIPP(psi)

      NUCLEAR MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY
    3. Hurle, MA
      Changes in the expression of G protein-coupled receptor kinases and beta-arrestin 2 in rat brain during opioid tolerance and supersensitivity

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    4. Dun, NJ; Dun, SL; Wu, SY; Williams, CA; Kwok, EH
      Endomorphins: Localization, release and action on rat dorsal horn neurons

      JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE
    5. Juhasz, C; Chugani, DC; Muzik, O; Watson, C; Shah, J; Shah, A; Chugani, HT
      Relationship between EEG and positron emission tomography abnormalities inclinical epilepsy

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    6. Ragazzo, PC; Galanopoulou, AS
      Alfentanil-induced activation: a promising tool in the presurgical evaluation of temporal lobe epilepsy patients

      BRAIN RESEARCH REVIEWS
    7. Ure, JA; Perassolo, M
      Update on the pathophysiology of the epilepsies

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    8. Freye, E; Schmidhammer, H; Latasch, L
      14-methoxymetopon, a potent opioid, induces no respiratory depression, less sedation, and less bradycardia than sufentanil in the dog

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    9. Cowen, MS; Lawrence, AJ
      The role of opioid-dopamine interactions in the induction and maintenance of ethanol consumption

      PROGRESS IN NEURO-PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY & BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    10. Duncan, JS
      Positron emission tomography receptor studies in epilepsy

      REVUE NEUROLOGIQUE
    11. De Rensis, F; Cosgrove, JR; Willis, HJ; Hofacker, S; Foxcroft, GR
      Ontogeny of the opioidergic regulation of LH and prolactin secretion in lactating sows II: interaction between suckling and morphine administration

      JOURNAL OF REPRODUCTION AND FERTILITY
    12. Henry, TR; Pennell, PB
      Neuropharmacological imaging in epilepsy with PET and SPECT

      QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE
    13. LEVER JR; ILGIN N; MUSACHIO JL; SCHEFFEL U; FINLEY PA; FLESHER JE; NATARAJAN TK; WAGNER HN; FROST JJ
      AUTORADIOGRAPHIC AND SPECT IMAGING OF CEREBRAL OPIOID RECEPTORS WITH AN I-123 LABELED ANALOG OF DIPRENORPHINE

      Synapse
    14. MELLON RD; BAYER BM
      ROLE OF CENTRAL OPIOID RECEPTOR SUBTYPES IN MORPHINE-INDUCED ALTERATIONS IN PERIPHERAL LYMPHOCYTE ACTIVITY

      Brain research
    15. XIONG JH; NICKERSON LDH; DOWNS JH; FOX PT
      BASIC PRINCIPLES AND NEUROSURGICAL APPLICATIONS OF POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY

      Neurosurgery clinics of North America
    16. DUNCAN JS
      POSITRON-EMISSION-TOMOGRAPHY RECEPTOR STUDIES

      Epilepsia
    17. MADAR I; LEVER JR; KINTER CM; SCHEFFEL U; RAVERT HT; MUSACHIO JL; MATHEWS WB; DANNALS RF; FROST JJ
      IMAGING OF DELTA-OPIOID RECEPTORS IN HUMAN BRAIN BY N1'-([C-11]METHYL)NALTRINDOLE AND PET

      Synapse
    18. FERRANTE FM
      PRINCIPLES OF OPIOID PHARMACOTHERAPY - PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS OF BASIC MECHANISMS

      Journal of pain and symptom management
    19. MAUGUIERE F; RYVLIN P
      MORPHOLOGICAL AND FUNCTIONAL NEURO-IMAGIN G IN REFRACTORY PARTIAL EPILEPSIES OF ADULTS

      Revue neurologique
    20. HONKANEN A; VILAMO L; WEGELIUS K; SARVIHARJU M; HYYTIA P; KORPI ER
      ALCOHOL-DRINKING IS REDUCED BY A MU(1)-OPIOID BUT NOT BY A DELTA-OPIOID RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST IN ALCOHOL-PREFERRING RATS

      European journal of pharmacology
    21. CORNFORD EM; TRUONG HVM; SOFIA RD; KUCHARCZYK N
      DISTRIBUTION OF FELBAMATE IN BRAIN

      Epilepsia
    22. BRUEHL C; WITTE OW
      CELLULAR-ACTIVITY UNDERLYING ALTERED BRAIN METABOLISM DURING FOCAL EPILEPTIC ACTIVITY

      Annals of neurology
    23. KUMLIEN E; BERGSTROM M; LILJA A; ANDERSSON J; SZEKERES V; WESTERBERG CE; WESTERBERG G; ANTONI G; LANGSTROM B
      POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY WITH [C-11] DEUTERIUM-DEPRENYL IN TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY

      Epilepsia
    24. MAGGI R; PIMPINELLI F; MARTINI L; PIVA F
      INHIBITION OF LUTEINIZING-HORMONE-RELEASING HORMONE-SECRETION BY DELTA-OPIOID AGONISTS IN GT1-1 NEURONAL CELLS

      Endocrinology
    25. BURN DJ; RINNE JO; QUINN NP; LEES AJ; MARSDEN CD; BROOKS DJ
      STRIATAL OPIOID RECEPTOR-BINDING IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE, STRIATONIGRALDEGENERATION AND STEELE-RICHARDSON-OLSZEWSKI SYNDROME - A [C-11] DIPRENORPHINE PET STUDY

      Brain
    26. LUTHRA SK; BRADY F; TURTON DR; BROWN DJ; DOWSETT K; WATERS SL; JONES AKP; MATTHEWS RW; CROWDER JC
      AUTOMATED RADIOSYNTHESES OF [6-O-METHYL-C-11]DIPRENORPHINE AND [6-O-METHYL-C-11]BUPRENORPHINE FROM 3-O-TRITYL PROTECTED PRECURSORS

      Applied radiation and isotopes
    27. TRAYNOR JR
      OPIOID RECEPTORS AND THEIR SUBTYPES - FOCUS ON PERIPHERAL ISOLATED TISSUE PREPARATIONS

      Neurochemistry international
    28. MISTEREK K; MASZCZYNSKA I; DOROCIAK A; GUMULKA SW; CARR DB; SZYFELBEIN SK; LIPKOWSKI AW
      SPINAL COADMINISTRATION OF PEPTIDE SUBSTANCE-P ANTAGONIST INCREASES ANTINOCICEPTIVE EFFECT OF THE OPIOID PEPTIDE BIPHALIN

      Life sciences
    29. WITTE OW; BRUEHL C; SCHLAUG G; TUXHORN I; LAHL R; VILLAGRAN R; SEITZ RJ
      DYNAMIC CHANGES OF FOCAL HYPOMETABOLISM IN RELATION TO EPILEPTIC ACTIVITY

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    30. ARCHER S; SEYEDMOZAFFARI A; JIANG Q; BIDLACK JM
      4'BETA-[DITHIOBIS[(2-OXO-2,1-ETHANEDIYL)IMINO]]BIS (7,8-DIHYDROMORPHINONE) AND IS[7,8-DIHYDRO-N-(CYCLOPROPYLMETHYL)NORMORPHINONE] - CHEMISTRY AND OPIOID BINDING-PROPERTIES

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    31. SPENCER SS
      THE RELATIVE CONTRIBUTIONS OF MRI, SPECT, AND PET IMAGING IN EPILEPSY

      Epilepsia
    32. SADZOT B; DEBETS R; MAQUET P; COMAR C; FRANCK G
      PET STUDIES OF PATIENTS WITH PARTIAL EPILEPSY - VISUAL INTERPRETATIONVS SEMI-QUANTIFICATION QUANTIFICATION/

      Acta neurologica Scandinavica
    33. MURMAN DL; FREY KA
      NEUROIMAGING OF EPILEPSY, MOVEMENT-DISORDERS, AND DEGENERATIVE DISEASES

      Current opinion in neurology
    34. THEODORE WH; LEIDERMAN D; GAILLARD W; KHAN I; REEVES P; LLOYDHONTZ K
      THE EFFECT OF NALOXONE ON CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW AND GLUCOSE-METABOLISM IN PATIENTS WITH COMPLEX PARTIAL SEIZURES

      Epilepsy research
    35. SPERLING MR
      NEUROIMAGING IN EPILEPSY - RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN MR-IMAGING, POSITRON-EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY, AND SINGLE-PHOTON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY

      Neurologic clinics
    36. JOHNSON PI; STELLAR JR; PAUL AD
      REGIONAL REWARD DIFFERENCES WITHIN THE VENTRAL PALLIDUM ARE REVEALED BY MICROINJECTIONS OF A MU-OPIATE RECEPTOR AGONIST

      Neuropharmacology
    37. KEARSE LA; KOSKI G; HUSAIN MV; PHILBIN DM; MCPECK K
      EPILEPTIFORM ACTIVITY DURING OPIOID ANESTHESIA

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology


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