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    1. Jones, RM; Cartier, GE; McIntosh, JM; Bulaj, G; Farrar, VE; Olivera, BM
      Composition and therapeutic utility of conotoxins from genus Conus. Patentstatus 1996-2000

      EXPERT OPINION ON THERAPEUTIC PATENTS
    2. Zeron, MM; Chen, NS; Moshaver, A; Lee, ATC; Wellington, CL; Hayden, MR; Raymond, LA
      Mutant huntingtin enhances excitotoxic cell death

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Nakamura, K; Manabe, T; Watanabe, M; Mamiya, T; Ichikawa, R; Kiyama, Y; Sanbo, M; Yagi, T; Inoue, Y; Nabeshima, T; Mori, H; Mishina, M
      Enhancement of hippocampal LTP, reference memory and sensorimotor gating in mutant mice lacking a telencephalon-specific cell adhesion molecule

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Houghton, AK; Parsons, CG; Headley, PM
      Mrz 2/579, a fast kinetic NMDA channel blocker, reduces the development ofmorphine tolerance in awake rats

      PAIN
    5. Ikeno, K; Yamakura, T; Yamazaki, M; Sakimura, K
      The Lurcher mutation reveals Ca2+ permeability and PKC modification of theGluR delta channels

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    6. Anchisi, D; Scelfo, B; Tempia, F
      Postsynaptic currents in deep cerebellar nuclei

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    7. Hattori, K; Yagi, T; Maekawa, M; Sato, T; Yuasa, S
      N-methyl-D-aspartate-induced c-Fos expression is enhanced in the forebrainstructures related to emotion in Fyn-deficient mice

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    8. Minami, T; Matsumura, S; Okuda-Ashitaka, E; Shimamoto, K; Sakimura, K; Mishina, M; Mori, H; Ito, S
      Characterization of the glutamatergic system for induction and maintenanceof allodynia

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    9. Hirano, A; Asakawa, M; Kido, N; Sugawara, M
      Detection and imaging of L-glutamate released from mouse-brain slices withan enzyme-based membrane

      ANALYTICAL SCIENCES
    10. Kraus, JE
      Sensitization phenomena in psychiatric illness: Lessons from the kindling model

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES
    11. Devau, G
      Glycine induced calcium concentration changes in vestibular type I sensorycells

      HEARING RESEARCH
    12. Nogueira, CW; Soares, FA; Bolzan, RC; Jacques-Silva, MC; Souza, DO; Rocha, JBT
      Investigations into the mechanism of 2,3-dimercaptopropanol neurotoxicity

      NEUROCHEMICAL RESEARCH
    13. Berger, AJ
      Determinants of respiratory motoneuron output

      RESPIRATION PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Shoulson, I; Greenamyre, T; Kieburtz, K; Schwid, S; McDermott, M; Kayson, E; Chase, T; Fahn, S; Lang, A; Penney, J; Hauser, R; Gauger, L; Kumar, R; Keable, L; Sime, E; Siemers, E; Belden, J; Pappert, EJ; Janko, K; Trugman, JM; Rost-Ruffner, E; Kurlan, R; Pearson, N; Carter, J; Nutt, J; Stone, C; Perlmutter, JS; McGee-Minnich, L; Freeman, A; Duddleston, C; Stacy, M; Brewer, M; Locke, B; Stern, M; Matthews, M; Friedman, J; Davies, R; Lannon, M; Grimes, D; Gray, P; Shults, C; Fontaine, D; O'Brien, C; Dingmann, C; Feigin, A; Mazurkiewicz, J; Elmer, L; Wernette, K; Singer, C; Bateman-Rodriguez, D; Carrion, A; Fernandez, M; Pfeiffer, R; Pfeiffer, B; Rast, S; Pahwa, R; McGuire, D; Brin, M; Walker, R; Casaceli, C; Day, D; Hodgeman, K; Huang, P; Orme, C; Sulimowicz, K; Watts, A; Means, E; Alderfer, V; Letizia, J; Craun, AM; Cooper, J; Holdich, T; Read, B
      A multicenter randomized controlled trial of remacemide hydrochloride as monotherapy for PD

      NEUROLOGY
    15. Carter, AJ; Grauert, M; Pschorn, U; Bechtel, WD; Bartmann-Lindholm, C; Qu, YS; Scheuer, T; Catterell, WA; Weiser, T
      Potent blockade of sodium channels and protection of brain tissue from ischemia by BIII890CL

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    16. Janauer, A; Starzak, ME
      Carrier-mediated transport in model membranes monitored by Eu(III) fluorescence

      JOURNAL OF LUMINESCENCE
    17. Planells-Cases, R; Aracil, A; Merino, JM; Gallar, J; Perez-Paya, E; Belmonte, C; Gonzalez-Ros, JM; Ferrer-Montiel, AV
      Arginine-rich peptides are blockers of VR-1 channels with analgesic activity

      FEBS LETTERS
    18. Boireau, A; Monterrat, C; Bordier, F; Meunier, M; Imperato, A
      Effects of RPR 118723, a novel antagonist at the glycine site of the NMDA receptor, in vitro

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    19. Hirbec, H; Teilhac, JR; Kamenka, JM; Privat, A; Vignon, J
      Binding properties of [H-3]gacyclidine (cis(pip/me)-1-[1-(2-thienyl)-2-methylcyclohexyl]piperidine) enantiomers in the rat central nervous system

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    20. Sukhotina, IA; Bespalov, AY
      Effects of the NMDA receptor channel blockers memantine and MRZ 2/579 on morphine withdrawal-facilitated aggression in mice

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    21. Samama, B; Boehm, N
      Inhibition of nitric oxide synthase impairs early olfactory associative learning in newborn rats

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MEMORY
    22. Zheng, X; Zhang, L; Wang, AP; Araneda, RC; Lin, Y; Zukin, RS; Bennett, MVL
      Mutation of structural determinants lining the N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor channel differentially affects phencyclidine block and spermine potentiation and block

      NEUROSCIENCE
    23. Yamada, K; Hisatsune, T; Uchino, S; Nakamura, T; Kudo, Y; Kaminogawa, S
      NMDA receptor mediated Ca2+ responses in neurons differentiated from p53(-/-) mortalized Murine neural stem cells

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    24. Krupp, JJ; Vissel, B; Thomas, CG; Heinemann, SF; Westbrook, GL
      Interactions of calmodulin and alpha-actinin with the NR1 subunit modulateCa2+-dependent inactivation of NMDA receptors

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    25. Tsujita, M; Mori, H; Watanabe, M; Suzuki, M; Miyazaki, J; Mishina, M
      Cerebellar granule cell-specific and inducible expression of Cre recombinase in the mouse

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    26. Winkler, A; Mahal, B; Kiianmaa, K; Zieglgansberger, W; Spanagel, R
      Effects of chronic alcohol consumption on the expression of different NR1 splice variants in the brain of AA and ANA lines of rats

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    27. Fukaya, M; Ueda, H; Yamauchi, K; Inoue, Y; Watanabe, M
      Distinct spatiotemporal expression of mRNAs for the PSD-95/SAP90 protein family in the mouse brain

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    28. Kumlien, E; Hartvig, P; Valind, S; Oye, I; Tedroff, J; Langstrom, B
      NMDA-receptor activity visualized with (S)-[N-methyl-C-11]ketamine and positron emission tomography in patients with medial temporal lobe epilepsy

      EPILEPSIA
    29. Ogita, K; Shuto, M; Kuramoto, N; Manabe, T; Hinoi, E; Kitayama, T; Sakata, K; Yoneda, Y
      Differential inhibition by ferrous ions of [H-3]MK-801 binding to native N-methyl-D-aspartate channel in neonatal and adult rat brains

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    30. SCHWEITZER B; TAYLOR V; WELCHER AA; MCCLELLAND M; SUTER U
      NEURAL MEMBRANE-PROTEIN-35 (NMP35) - A NOVEL MEMBER OF A GENE FAMILY WHICH IS HIGHLY EXPRESSED IN THE ADULT NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Molecular and cellular neurosciences (Print)
    31. WATANABE M; FUKAYA M; SAKIMURA K; MANABE T; MISHINA M; INOUE Y
      SELECTIVE SCARCITY OF NMDA RECEPTOR-CHANNEL SUBUNITS IN THE STRATUM LUCIDUM (MOSSY FIBER-RECIPIENT LAYER) OF THE MOUSE HIPPOCAMPAL CA3 SUBFIELD

      European journal of neuroscience
    32. NORENBERG W; WIRKNER K; ASSMANN H; RICHTER M; ILLES P
      ADENOSINE A(2A) RECEPTORS INHIBIT THE CONDUCTANCE OF NMDA RECEPTOR CHANNELS IN RAT NEOSTRIATAL NEURONS

      Amino acids
    33. DUARTE CB; FERREIRA IL; SANTOS PF; CARVALHO AL; AGOSTINHO PM; CARVALHO AP
      GLUTAMATE IN LIFE AND DEATH OF RETINAL AMACRINE CELLS

      General pharmacology
    34. KIYAMA Y; MANABE T; SAKIMURA K; KAWAKAMI F; MORI H; MISHINA M
      INCREASED THRESHOLDS FOR LONG-TERM POTENTIATION AND CONTEXTUAL LEARNING IN MICE LACKING THE NMDA-TYPE GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR EPSILON-1 SUBUNIT

      The Journal of neuroscience
    35. CURRAS MC; DAO J
      DEVELOPMENTAL PLASTICITY OF NR1 AND NR2B SUBUNIT EXPRESSION IN THE SUPRAOPTIC NUCLEUS OF THE RAT HYPOTHALAMUS

      Developmental brain research
    36. YAMAKURA T; SAKIMURA K; MISHINA M; SHIMOJI K
      SENSITIVITY OF THE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR-CHANNEL TO BUTYROPHENONES IS DEPENDENT ON THE EPSILON-2 SUBUNIT

      Neuropharmacology
    37. ZHANG Q; MASON CA
      DEVELOPMENTAL REGULATION OF MOSSY FIBER AFFERENT INTERACTIONS WITH TARGET GRANULE CELLS

      Developmental biology
    38. SAKAI K; HOMMA H; LEE JA; FUKUSHIMA T; SANTA T; TASHIRO K; IWATSUBO T; IMAI K
      EMERGENCE OF D-ASPARTIC ACID IN THE DIFFERENTIATING NEURONS OF THE RAT CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Brain research
    39. TANG HW; CASSEL G
      INHIBITION BY SOMAN OF NMDA-STIMULATED [H-3]NOREPINEPHRINE RELEASE FROM RAT CORTICAL SLICES, STUDIES OF NONCHOLINERGIC EFFECT

      Brain research
    40. SCHNEGGENBURGER R
      ALTERED VOLTAGE-DEPENDENCE OF FRACTIONAL CA2-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE CHANNEL PORE MUTANTS WITH A DECREASED CA2+ PERMEABILITY( CURRENT IN N)

      Biophysical journal
    41. HEBERT SC
      GENERAL-PRINCIPLES OF THE STRUCTURE OF ION CHANNELS

      The American journal of medicine
    42. AIHARA T; TSUKADA M; CRAIR MAC; SHINOMOTO S
      STIMULUS-DEPENDENT INDUCTION OF LONG-TERM POTENTIATION IN CA1 AREA OFTHE HIPPOCAMPUS - EXPERIMENT AND MODEL

      Hippocampus
    43. UCHINO S; NAKAJIMALIJIMA S; OKUDA K; MISHINA M; KAWAMOTO S
      ANALYSIS OF THE GLYCINE BINDING DOMAIN OF THE NMDA RECEPTOR-CHANNEL ZETA-1 SUBUNIT

      NeuroReport
    44. SCRYMGEOURWEDDERBURN JF; REITH CA; SILLAR KT
      VOLTAGE OSCILLATIONS IN XENOPUS SPINAL-CORD NEURONS - DEVELOPMENTAL ONSET AND DEPENDENCE ON COACTIVATION OF NMDA AND 5HT RECEPTORS

      European journal of neuroscience
    45. WILLIAMS K
      MODULATION AND BLOCK OF ION CHANNELS - A NEW BIOLOGY OF POLYAMINES

      Cellular signalling
    46. ORSER B; SMITH D; HENDERSON S; GELB A
      MAGNESIUM-DEFICIENCY INCREASES KETAMINE SENSITIVITY IN RATS

      Canadian journal of anaesthesia
    47. SHAW PJ; INCE PG
      GLUTAMATE, EXCITOTOXICITY AND AMYOTROPHIC-LATERAL-SCLEROSIS

      Journal of neurology
    48. SAKAGUCHI T; OKADA M; KUNO M; KAWASAKI K
      DUAL-MODE OF N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE-INDUCED NEURONAL DEATH IN HIPPOCAMPAL SLICE CULTURES IN RELATION TO N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR PROPERTIES

      Neuroscience
    49. HASHIMOTO A; OKA T
      FREE D-ASPARTATE AND D-SERINE IN THE MAMMALIAN BRAIN AND PERIPHERY

      Progress in neurobiology
    50. GRAY AT; LEONOUDAKIS DJ; YOST CS
      AN ACTIVE-SITE HISTIDINE OF NR1 2C MEDIATES VOLTAGE-INDEPENDENT INHIBITION BY ZINC/

      Molecular brain research
    51. UCHINO S; KUDO Y; WATANABE W; NAKAJIMAIIJIMA S; MISHINA M
      INDUCIBLE EXPRESSION OF N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE (NMDA) RECEPTOR CHANNELSFROM CLONED CDNAS IN CHO CELLS

      Molecular brain research
    52. FEINBERG I; CAMPBELL IG
      COADMINISTERED PENTOBARBITAL-ANESTHESIA POSTPONES BUT DOES NOT BLOCK THE MOTOR AND SLEEP EEG RESPONSES TO MK-801

      Life sciences
    53. MUKHIN A; KOVALEVA ES; LONDON ED
      2 AFFINITY STATES OF N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECOGNITION SITES - MODULATION BY CATIONS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    54. CORYSLECHTA DA; MCCOY L; RICHFIELD EK
      TIME-COURSE AND REGIONAL BASIS OF PB-INDUCED CHANGES IN MK-801 BINDING - REVERSAL BY CHRONIC TREATMENT WITH THE DOPAMINE AGONIST APOMORPHINE BUT NOT THE D-1 AGONIST SKF-82958

      Journal of neurochemistry
    55. IINO M; CIANI S; TSUZUKI K; OZAWA S; KIDOKORO Y
      PERMEATION PROPERTIES OF NA+ AND CA2+ IONS THROUGH THE MOUSE EPSILON(2) ZETA(1) NMDA RECEPTOR-CHANNEL EXPRESSED IN XENOPUS OOCYTES/

      The Journal of membrane biology
    56. SAKAI N; SASAKI K; IKEGAKI N; SHIRAI Y; ONO Y; SAITO N
      DIRECT VISUALIZATION OF THE TRANSLOCATION OF THE GAMMA-SUBSPECIES OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C IN LIVING CELLS USING FUSION PROTEINS WITH GREEN FLUORESCENT PROTEIN

      The Journal of cell biology
    57. KOVACS KJ; LARSON AA
      ZN2-3] MK-801 BINDING IS DIFFERENT IN MOUSE-BRAIN AND SPINAL-CORD - EFFECT OF GLYCINE AND GLUTAMATE( INHIBITION OF [H)

      European journal of pharmacology
    58. NORENBERG W; WIRKNER K; ILLES P
      EFFECT OF ADENOSINE AND SOME OF ITS STRUCTURAL ANALOGS ON THE CONDUCTANCE OF NMDA RECEPTOR CHANNELS IN A SUBSET OF RAT NEOSTRIATAL NEURONS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    59. BLANCHARD BJ; KONOPKA G; RUSSELL M; INGRAM VM
      MECHANISM AND PREVENTION OF NEUROTOXICITY CAUSED BY BETA-AMYLOID PEPTIDES - RELATION TO ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Brain research
    60. SMITH TS; BENNETT JP
      MITOCHONDRIAL TOXINS IN MODELS OF NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES .1. IN-VIVO BRAIN HYDROXYL RADICAL PRODUCTION DURING SYSTEMIC MPTP TREATMENT OR FOLLOWING MICRODIALYSIS INFUSION OF METHYLPYRIDINIUM OR AZIDE IONS

      Brain research
    61. LIU Y; SOUVERBIE F; SUNDSTROM E; VONEULER G
      UNIQUE PROPERTIES OF [H-3] MK-801 BINDING IN MEMBRANES FROM THE RAT SPINAL-CORD

      Brain research
    62. OZAWA S
      PERMEATION OF CALCIUM THROUGH GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR CHANNELS

      Seminars in the neurosciences
    63. NAKAGAWA S; WATANABE M; INOUE Y
      ALTERED GENE-EXPRESSION OF THE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR-CHANNEL SUBUNITS IN PURKINJE-CELLS OF THE STAGGERER MUTANT MOUSE

      European journal of neuroscience
    64. BLANDINI F; PORTER RHP; GREENAMYRE JT
      GLUTAMATE AND PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      Molecular neurobiology
    65. GREENE JG; GREENAMYRE JT
      BIOENERGETICS AND GLUTAMATE EXCITOTOXICITY

      Progress in neurobiology
    66. STUHMER T; AMAR M; HARVEY RJ; BERMUDEZ I; VANMINNEN J; DARLISON MG
      STRUCTURE AND PHARMACOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF A MOLLUSCAN GLUTAMATE-GATED CATION CHANNEL AND ITS LIKELY ROLE IN FEEDING-BEHAVIOR

      The Journal of neuroscience
    67. KANEKO K; KURUMAJI A; SHIBUYA H; NABESHIMA T; TORU M
      THE EFFECTS OF SINGLE AND REPEATED PHENCYCLIDINE ADMINISTRATION ON [I-125] IOMAZENIL BINDING IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      Neurochemistry international
    68. AUDINAT E; LAMBOLEZ B; ROSSIER J
      FUNCTIONAL AND MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF GLUTAMATE-GATED CHANNELS BY PATCH-CLAMP AND RT-PCR AT THE SINGLE-CELL LEVEL

      Neurochemistry international
    69. NAGASAWA M; SAKIMURA K; MORI KJ; BEDELL MA; COPELAND NG; JENKINS NA; MISHINA M
      GENE STRUCTURE AND CHROMOSOMAL LOCALIZATION OF THE MOUSE NMDA RECEPTOR-CHANNEL SUBUNITS

      Molecular brain research
    70. WATANABE M; MOISE IM; INOUE Y
      MODIFIED N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR SUBUNIT EXPRESSION EMERGES IN REELER PURKINJE-CELLS AFTER ACCOMPLISHMENT OF THE ADULT WILD-TYPE EXPRESSION

      Neuroscience research
    71. MARRET S; GRESSENS P; EVRARD P
      ARREST OF NEURONAL MIGRATION BY EXCITATORY AMINO-ACIDS IN HAMSTER DEVELOPING BRAIN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    72. BOIREAU A; MALGOURIS C; BURGEVIN MC; PENY C; DURAND G; BORDIER F; MEUNIER M; MIQUET JM; DANIEL M; CHEVET T; JIMONET P; MIGNANI S; BLANCHARD JC; DOBLE A
      NEUROPROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF RPR-104632, A NOVEL ANTAGONIST AT THE GLYCINE SITE OF THE NMDA RECEPTOR, IN-VITRO

      European journal of pharmacology
    73. HASHIMOTO A; OKA T; NISHIKAWA T
      ANATOMICAL DISTRIBUTION AND POSTNATAL CHANGES IN ENDOGENOUS FREE D-ASPARTATE AND D-SERINE IN RAT-BRAIN AND PERIPHERY

      European journal of neuroscience
    74. KITAMURA Y; ARIMA T; SATO T; NAKAMURA J; NOMURA Y
      INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF PENTAMIDINE ON N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE (NMDA) RECEPTOR CHANNELS IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin
    75. NAKKI R; WONG G; KORPI ER
      [H-3] MK-801 BINDING IN VARIOUS BRAIN-REGIONS OF RAT LINES SELECTED FOR DIFFERENTIAL ALCOHOL SENSITIVITY

      Alcohol
    76. BUSSELBERG D
      CALCIUM CHANNELS AS TARGET SITES OF HEAVY-METALS

      Toxicology letters
    77. OCONNOR JJ; WU J; ROWAN MJ; ANWYL R
      POTENTIATION OF N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE-RECEPTOR-MEDIATED CURRENTS DETECTED USING THE EXCISED PATCH TECHNIQUE IN THE HIPPOCAMPAL DENTATE GYRUS

      Neuroscience
    78. CHEN L; GU YP; HUANG LYM
      THE MECHANISM OF ACTION FOR THE BLOCK OF NMDA RECEPTOR CHANNELS BY THE OPIOID PEPTIDE DYNORPHIN

      The Journal of neuroscience
    79. MIKKELSEN JD; LARSEN PJ; MICK G; VRANG N; EBLING FJP; MAYWOOD ES; HASTINGS MH; MOLLER M
      GATING OF RETINAL INPUTS THROUGH THE SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEUS - ROLE OF EXCITATORY NEUROTRANSMISSION

      Neurochemistry international
    80. IKEDA K; ARAKI K; TAKAYAMA C; INOUE Y; YAGI T; AIZAWA S; MISHINA M
      REDUCED SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY OF MICE DEFECTIVE IN THE EPSILON-4 SUBUNIT OF THE NMDA RECEPTOR-CHANNEL

      Molecular brain research
    81. WATANABE M; NAKAGAWA S; TAKAYAMA C; NAGASHIMA M; INOUE K; ICHIKAWA R; MISHINA M; INOUE Y
      CEREBELLUM OF THE ADULT REELER MUTANT MOUSE CONTAINS 2 PURKINJE-CELL POPULATIONS WITH RESPECT TO GENE-EXPRESSION FOR THE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR-CHANNEL

      Neuroscience research
    82. CRAIR MC; MALENKA RC
      A CRITICAL PERIOD FOR LONG-TERM POTENTIATION AT THALAMOCORTICAL SYNAPSES

      Nature
    83. HURT KJ; FISKUM G; ROSENTHAL RE; WERLING LL
      THE ROLE OF L-TYPE VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT CALCIUM CHANNELS IN STIMULATED [H-3] NOREPINEPHRINE RELEASE FROM CANINE HIPPOCAMPAL SLICES FOLLOWING GLOBAL CEREBRAL-ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION

      Brain research
    84. DANGELO E; ROSSI P; TAGLIETTI V
      VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT KINETICS OF N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE SYNAPTIC CURRENTS IN RAT CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS

      European journal of neuroscience
    85. MCLARNON J; SAWYER D; CHURCH J
      THE ACTIONS OF L-687, A DELTA-RECEPTOR LIGAND, ON NMDA-INDUCED CURRENTS IN CULTURED RAT HIPPOCAMPAL PYRAMIDAL NEURONS

      Neuroscience letters
    86. WATANABE M; MISHINA M; INOUE Y
      DISTINCT GENE-EXPRESSION OF THE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR-CHANNELSUBUNIT IN PERIPHERAL NEURONS OF THE MOUSE SENSORY GANGLIA AND ADRENAL-GLAND

      Neuroscience letters
    87. OGITA K; YONEDA Y
      PARTIAL-PURIFICATION OF [H-3] GLUTAMATE-ASSOCIATING-PROTEINS WITH SENSITIVITY TO DISPLACEMENT BY N-METHYL-D-ASAARTATE FROM RAT-BRAIN

      Neurochemistry international
    88. TSUZUKI K; MOCHIZUKI S; IINO M; MORI H; MISHINA M; OZAWA S
      ION PERMEATION PROPERTIES OF THE CLONED MOUSE EPSILON-2 XI-1 NMDA RECEPTOR-CHANNEL/

      Molecular brain research
    89. TAKAYAMA C
      ALTERED DISTRIBUTION OF INHIBITORY SYNAPTIC TERMINALS IN REELER CEREBELLUM WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO MALPOSITION OF GABAERGIC NEURONS

      Neuroscience research
    90. HANSE E; GUSTAFSSON B
      ONSET AND STABILIZATION OF NMDA RECEPTOR-DEPENDENT HIPPOCAMPAL LONG-TERM POTENTIATION

      Neuroscience research
    91. GREENAMYRE JT; PORTER RHP
      ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF GLUTAMATE IN THE CNS

      Neurology
    92. LEE YH; SPUHLERPHILLIPS K; RANDALL PK; LESLIE SW
      EFFECTS OF PRENATAL ETHANOL EXPOSURE ON N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE-MEDIATEDCALCIUM-ENTRY INTO DISSOCIATED NEURONS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    93. NASSTROM J; SCHNEIDER SP; PERL ER
      DIFFERENTIAL L-GLUTAMATE RESPONSIVENESS AMONG SUPERFICIAL DORSAL HORNNEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    94. WERLING LL; HOEHNER PJ; HURT KJ; FOX LG; BLANCK TJJ; ROSENTHAL RE; FISKUM G
      INCREASED ACTIVATION OF L-TYPE VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT CALCIUM CHANNELS IS ASSOCIATED WITH GLYCINE ENHANCEMENT OF N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE-STIMULATEDDOPAMINE RELEASE IN GLOBAL CEREBRAL ISCHEMIA REPERFUSION/

      Journal of neurochemistry
    95. SNELL LD; IORIO KR; TABAKOFF B; HOFFMAN PL
      PROTEIN-KINASE-C ACTIVATION ATTENUATES N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE-INDUCED INCREASES IN INTRACELLULAR CALCIUM IN CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELLS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    96. AIDA S; FUJIWARA N; SHIMOJI K
      DIFFERENTIAL REGIONAL EFFECTS OF KETAMINE ON SPONTANEOUS AND GLUTAMATE-INDUCED ACTIVITIES OF SINGLE CNS NEURONS IN RATS

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    97. WATANABE M; MISHINA M; INOUE Y
      DIFFERENTIAL DISTRIBUTIONS OF THE NMDA RECEPTOR-CHANNEL SUBUNIT MESSENGER-RNAS IN THE MOUSE RETINA

      Brain research
    98. MORI H; YAMAKURA T; MASAKI H; MISHINA M
      INVOLVEMENT OF THE CARBOXYL-TERMINAL REGION IN MODULATION BY TPA OF THE NMDA RECEPTOR CHANNEL

      NeuroReport
    99. VONEULER G; LIU Y
      GLUTAMATE AND GLYCINE DECREASE THE AFFINITY OF [H-3] MK-801 BINDING IN THE PRESENCE OF MG2+

      European journal of pharmacology. Molecular pharmacology section
    100. MARLIER LNJL; ZHENG T; TANG J; GRAYSON DR
      REGIONAL DISTRIBUTION IN THE RAT CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM OF A MESSENGER-RNA ENCODING A PORTION OF THE CARDIAC SODIUM-CALCIUM EXCHANGER ISOLATED FROM CEREBELLAR GRANULE NEURONS

      Molecular brain research


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