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    1. Lagercrantz, H; Peyronnet, J; Yuan, SZ; Tang, LQ
      Catecholamines, hypoxic defence and the neonatal brain

      DEVELOPMENTAL MEDICINE AND CHILD NEUROLOGY
    2. Noguchi, T; Yoshida, Y; Chiba, S
      Effects of psychological stress on monoamine systems in subregions of the frontal cortex and nucleus accumbens of the rat

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    3. El Fazaa, S; Gharbi, N; Kamoun, A; Somody, L
      Vasopressin and A1 noradrenaline turnover during food or water deprivationin the rat

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY C-PHARMACOLOGY TOXICOLOGY & ENDOCRINOLOGY
    4. Laorden, ML; Milanes, MV
      Effects of U-50,488H and U-50,488H withdrawal on catecholaminergic neuronsof the rat hypothalamus

      LIFE SCIENCES
    5. Tang, LQ; Ringstedt, T; Pequignot, J; Lagercrantz, H
      C-fos gene expression in rat brain around birth: effect of asphyxia and catecholamines

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    6. Piekarzewska, A; Sadowski, B; Rosochacki, SJ
      Alterations of brain monoamine levels in pigs exposed to acute immobilization stress

      JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE SERIES A-PHYSIOLOGY PATHOLOGY CLINICAL MEDICINE
    7. Kohno, H; Katayama, S; Ohuchi, Y; Ohkubo, Y
      Possible neural mechanisms involved in footshock stress-induced enhancement of exploratory behavior in mice

      BIOLOGICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    8. White, TL; Depue, RA
      Differential association of traits of fear and anxiety with norepinephrine- and dark-induced pupil reactivity

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    9. Ohsawa, M; Kamei, J
      Modification of the expression of naloxone-precipitated withdrawal signs in morphine-dependent mice by diabetes: Possible involvement of protein kinase C

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    10. Airio, J; Ahtee, L
      The involvement of noradrenergic transmission in the morphine-induced locomotor hyperactivity in mice withdrawn from repeated morphine treatment

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    11. Ohsawa, M; Kamei, J
      Role of intracellular calcium on the modulation of naloxone-precipitated withdrawal jumping in morphine-dependent mice by diabetes

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    12. LIU J; YOKOI I; DONIGER SJ; KABUTO H; MORI A; AMES BN
      ADRENALECTOMY CAUSES OXIDATIVE DAMAGE AND MONOAMINE INCREASE IN THE BRAIN OF RATS AND ENHANCES IMMOBILIZATION STRESS-INDUCED OXIDATIVE DAMAGE AND NEUROTRANSMITTER CHANGES

      International journal of stress management
    13. LI J; TAKEDA H; TSUJI M; LIU L; MATSUMIYA T
      ANTAGONISM OF CENTRAL CRF SYSTEMS MEDIATES STRESS-INDUCED CHANGES IN NORADRENALINE AND SEROTONIN TURNOVER IN RAT-BRAIN REGIONS

      Methods and findings in experimental and clinical pharmacology
    14. IIZUKA S; ISHIGE A; KOMATSU Y; MATSUMIYA T; INAZU M; TAKEDA H
      EFFECTS OF TOKI-SHAKUYAKU-SAN ON ELECTRIC FOOTSHOCK STRESS IN OVARIECTOMIZED MICE

      Methods and findings in experimental and clinical pharmacology
    15. QUIRARTE GL; GALVEZ R; ROOZENDAAL B; MCGAUGH JL
      NOREPINEPHRINE RELEASE IN THE AMYGDALA IN RESPONSE TO FOOTSHOCK AND OPIOID PEPTIDERGIC DRUGS

      Brain research
    16. DISHMAN RK
      BRAIN MONOAMINES, EXERCISE, AND BEHAVIORAL STRESS - ANIMAL-MODELS

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    17. MCGAUGH JL; CAHILL L
      INTERACTION OF NEUROMODULATORY SYSTEMS IN MODULATING MEMORY STORAGE

      Behavioural brain research
    18. CONNOR TJ; KELLY JP; LEONARD BE
      FORCED SWIM TEST-INDUCED NEUROCHEMICAL, ENDOCRINE, AND IMMUNE CHANGESIN THE RAT

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    19. HELLRIEGEL ET; DMELLO AP
      THE EFFECT OF ACUTE, CHRONIC AND CHRONIC INTERMITTENT STRESS ON THE CENTRAL NORADRENERGIC SYSTEM

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    20. VARGAS ML; MARTINEZPINERO MG; MILANES MV
      NEUROCHEMICAL ACTIVITY OF NORADRENERGIC NEURONS AND PITUITARY-ADRENALRESPONSE AFTER NALOXONE-INDUCED WITHDRAWAL - THE ROLE OF CALCIUM CHANNELS

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    21. KAWASAKI K; IWASAKI T
      CORTICOSTERONE LEVELS DURING EXTINCTION OF RUNWAY RESPONSE IN RATS

      Life sciences
    22. SOUTHWICK SM; KRYSTAL JH; BREMNER JD; MORGAN CA; NICOLAOU AL; NAGY LM; JOHNSON DR; HENINGER GR; CHARNEY DS
      NORADRENERGIC AND SEROTONERGIC FUNCTION IN POSTTRAUMATIC-STRESS-DISORDER

      Archives of general psychiatry
    23. BREMNER JD; INNIS RB; NG CK; STAIB LH; SALOMON RM; BRONEN RA; DUNCAN J; SOUTHWICK SM; KRYSTAL JH; RICH D; ZUBAL G; DEY H; SOUFER R; CHARNEY DS
      POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY MEASUREMENT OF CEREBRAL METABOLIC CORRELATES OF YOHIMBINE ADMINISTRATION IN COMBAT-RELATED POSTTRAUMATIC-STRESS-DISORDER

      Archives of general psychiatry
    24. GALVEZ R; MESCHES MH; MCGAUGH JL
      NOREPINEPHRINE RELEASE IN THE AMYGDALA IN RESPONSE TO FOOTSHOCK STIMULATION

      Neurobiology of learning and memory
    25. LENNARTZ RC; HELLEMS KL; MOOK ER; GOLD PE
      INHIBITORY AVOIDANCE IMPAIRMENTS INDUCED BY INTRAAMYGDALA PROPRANOLOLARE REVERSED BY GLUTAMATE BUT NOT GLUCOSE

      Behavioral neuroscience
    26. YOSHIDA T; UMEKAWA T; WAKABAYASHI Y; YOSHIMOTO K; SAKANE N; KONDO M
      ANTIOBESITY AND ANTIDIABETIC EFFECTS OF MAZINDOL IN YELLOW KK MICE - ITS ACTIVATING EFFECT ON BROWN ADIPOSE-TISSUE THERMOGENESIS

      Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology
    27. SATO Y; SUZUKI N; HORITA H; WADA H; SHIBUYA A; ADACHI H; TSUKAMOTO T; KUMAMOTO Y; YAMAMOTO M
      EFFECTS OF LONG-TERM PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS ON SEXUAL-BEHAVIOR AND BRAIN CATECHOLAMINE LEVELS

      Journal of andrology
    28. FUKUDA M; HATA A; NIWA SI; HIRAMATSU KI; HONDA H; NAKAGOME K; IWANAMI A
      PLASMA VANILLYLMANDELIC ACID LEVEL AS AN INDEX OF PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS-RESPONSE IN NORMAL SUBJECTS

      Psychiatry research
    29. CAMPMANY L; POL O; ARMARIO A
      THE EFFECTS OF 2 CHRONIC INTERMITTENT STRESSORS ON BRAIN MONOAMINES

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    30. KEHOE P; CLASH K; SKIPSEY K; SHOEMAKER WJ
      BRAIN DOPAMINE RESPONSE IN ISOLATED 10-DAY-OLD RATS - ASSESSMENT USING D-2 BINDING AND DOPAMINE TURNOVER

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    31. RABIN BC; REID K; GUO TZ; GUSTAFSSON E; ZHANG CS; MAZE M
      SYMPATHOLYTIC AND MINIMUM ANESTHETIC CONCENTRATION-SPARING RESPONSES ARE PRESERVED IN RATS RENDERED TOLERANT TO THE HYPNOTIC AND ANALGESIC ACTION OF DEXMEDETOMIDINE, A SELECTIVE ALPHA(2)-ADRENERGIC AGONIST

      Anesthesiology
    32. SAITO T; FUJIMURA M; ITOH T; SAITO K
      EFFECTS OF VARIOUS DURATIONS OF RESTRAINT STRESS ON THE TRACE-ELEMENTMETABOLISM IN RAT-BRAIN REGIONS

      Trace elements in medicine
    33. STANFORD SC
      CENTRAL NORADRENERGIC NEURONS AND STRESS

      Pharmacology & therapeutics
    34. POL O; CAMPMANY L; ARMARIO A
      INHIBITION OF CATECHOLAMINE SYNTHESIS WITH ALPHA-METHYL-P-TYROSINE APPARENTLY INCREASES BRAIN SEROTONINERGIC ACTIVITY IN THE RAT - NO INFLUENCE OF PREVIOUS CHRONIC IMMOBILIZATION STRESS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    35. SUZUKI T; TSUDA M; NARITA M; FUNADA M; MIZOGUCHI H; MISAWA M
      DIAZEPAM PRETREATMENT SUPPRESSES MORPHINE-WITHDRAWAL SIGNS IN THE MOUSE

      Life sciences
    36. SUZUKI T; TSUJI M; MORI T; MISAWA M; NAGASE H
      EFFECT OF NALTRINDOLE ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF PHYSICAL-DEPENDENCE ON MORPHINE IN MICE - A BEHAVIORAL AND BIOCHEMICAL-STUDY

      Life sciences
    37. FERNANDEZLOPEZ A; SORIA C; REVILLA V; GOMEZ T; CALVO P
      EFFECT OF MORPHINE AND ABSTINENCE SYNDROME ON [H-3] BROMOXIDINE BINDING TO ALPHA(2)-ADRENOCEPTORS IN RAT-BRAIN

      Neurochemical research
    38. SOUTHWICK SM; BREMNER D; KRYSTAL JH; CHARNEY DS
      PSYCHOBIOLOGIC RESEARCH IN POSTTRAUMATIC-STRESS-DISORDER

      The Psychiatric clinics of North America
    39. SHIMIZU T; TANAKA M; YOKOO H; GONDOH Y; MIZOGUCHI K; MATSUGUCHI N; TSUDA A
      DIFFERENTIAL CHANGES IN RAT-BRAIN NORADRENALINE TURNOVER PRODUCED BY CONTINUOUS AND INTERMITTENT RESTRAINT STRESS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    40. SHEKHAR A; KATNER JS; RUSCHE WP; SAJDYK TJ; SIMON JR
      FEAR-POTENTIATED STARTLE ELEVATES CATECHOLAMINE LEVELS IN THE DORSOMEDIAL HYPOTHALAMUS OF RATS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    41. NAVA MP; FERNANDEZ A; ABELENDA M; PUERTA M
      DISSOCIATION BETWEEN BROWN ADIPOSE-TISSUE THERMOGENESIS AND SYMPATHETIC ACTIVITY IN RATS WITH HIGH PLASMA-LEVELS OF ESTRADIOL

      Pflugers Archiv
    42. AOYAMA K; OKAICHI H
      THE INFLUENCE OF CONSPECIFIC DISTRESS RES PONSES ON THE LEVER CHOICE BEHAVIOR IN THE RAT

      Shinrigaku Kenkyu
    43. MIYAMOTO M; HIRAI K; HEYA T; NAGAOKA A
      EFFECTS OF A SUSTAINED-RELEASE FORMULATION OF THYROTROPIN-RELEASING-HORMONE ON BEHAVIORAL ABNORMALITIES IN SENESCENCE-ACCELERATED MICE

      European journal of pharmacology
    44. ESLER MD
      CATECHOLAMINES AND ESSENTIAL-HYPERTENSION

      Bailliere's clinical endocrinology and metabolism
    45. KOULU M; PESONEN U; KOSKINEN S; SCHEININ H; VIRTANEN R; SCHEININ M
      REDUCED TURNOVER OF DOPAMINE AND 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE IN DISCRETE DOPAMINERGIC, NORADRENERGIC AND SEROTONERGIC RAT-BRAIN AREAS AFTER ACUTELYADMINISTERED MEDETOMIDINE, A SELECTIVE ALPHA-2-ADRENOCEPTOR AGONIST

      Pharmacology & toxicology
    46. BUTIKOFER EE; LICHTENSTEIGER W; SCHLUMPF M
      PRENATAL EXPOSURE TO DIAZEPAM CAUSES SEX-DEPENDENT CHANGES OF THE SYMPATHETIC CONTROL OF RAT SPLEEN

      Neurotoxicology and teratology
    47. CURTIS AL; DROLET G; VALENTINO RJ
      HEMODYNAMIC STRESS ACTIVATES LOCUS-CERULEUS NEURONS OF UNANESTHETIZEDRATS

      Brain research bulletin
    48. KAWAHARA H; YOSHIDA M; YOKOO H; NISHI M; TANAKA M
      PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS INCREASES SEROTONIN RELEASE IN THE RAT AMYGDALA AND PREFRONTAL CORTEX ASSESSED BY IN-VIVO MICRODIALYSIS

      Neuroscience letters
    49. MORROW NS; GRIJALVA CV; GEISELMAN PJ; NOVIN D
      EFFECTS OF AMYGDALOID-LESIONS ON GASTRIC-EROSION FORMATION DURING EXPOSURE TO ACTIVITY-STRESS

      Physiology & behavior
    50. EMOTO H; KOGA C; ISHII H; YOKOO H; YOSHIDA M; TANAKA M
      A CRF ANTAGONIST ATTENUATES STRESS-INDUCED INCREASES IN NA TURNOVER IN EXTENDED BRAIN-REGIONS IN RATS

      Brain research
    51. NARITA M; TAKAMORI K; KAWASHIMA N; FUNADA M; KAMEI J; SUZUKI T; MISAWA M; NAGASE H
      ACTIVATION OF CENTRAL ATP-SENSITIVE POTASSIUM CHANNELS PRODUCES THE ANTINOCICEPTION AND SPINAL NORADRENALINE TURNOVER-ENHANCING EFFECT IN MICE

      Psychopharmacology


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