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    1. Cano-Martinez, A; Villalobos-Molina, R; Rocha, L
      Effects of chronic morphine and N-6-cyclopentyl-adenosine administration on kainic acid-induced status epilepticus

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    2. Huo, XF; Wu, N; Ren, WH; Wang, R; Chen, ASC
      Synthesis and action of opiate receptor binding of endomorphin-1 and theiranalogs

      CHEMICAL JOURNAL OF CHINESE UNIVERSITIES-CHINESE
    3. Ishihara, S; Tsuchiya, S; Horie, S; Murayama, T; Watanabe, K
      Gastric acid secretion by central injection of dynorphin A-(1-17), an endogenous ligand of kappa-opioid receptor, in urethane-anesthetized rats

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    4. Vonhof, S; Barone, FC; Price, WJ; Paakkari, P; Millison, JH; Feuerstein, GZ; Siren, ALK
      Receptor binding and biological activity of the dermorphin analog Tyr-D-Arg(2)-Phe-Sar (TAPS)

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    5. Simonin, F; Slowe, S; Becker, JAJ; Matthes, HWD; Filliol, D; Chluba, J; Kitchen, I; Kieffer, BL
      Analysis of [H-3] bremazocine binding in single and combinatorial opioid receptor knockout mice

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    6. Freye, E; Baranowski, J; Latasch, L
      Dose-related effects of controlled release dihydrocodeine on oro-cecal transit and pupillary light reflex - A study in human volunteers

      ARZNEIMITTEL-FORSCHUNG-DRUG RESEARCH
    7. Freye, E; Grabitz, K; Latasch, L
      Determination of analgesia during anaesthesia - Rational for the use of somatosensory evoked potentials - a survey

      ANASTHESIOLOGIE & INTENSIVMEDIZIN
    8. Cicero, TJ; Ennis, T; Ogden, J; Meyer, ER
      Gender differences in the reinforcing properties of morphine

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    9. Kim, KW; Woo, RS; Kim, CJ; Cheong, YP; Kim, JK; Kwun, J; Cho, KP
      Receptor selectivity of Met-enkephalin-Arg(6)-Phe(7), an endogenous opioidpeptide, in cerebral cortex of human and rat

      LIFE SCIENCES
    10. Newman, LC; Wallace, DR; Stevens, CW
      Selective opioid agonist and antagonist competition for [H-3]-naloxone binding in amphibian spinal cord

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    11. Kest, B; Sarton, E; Dahan, A
      Gender differences in opioid-mediated analgesic - Animal and human studies

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    12. Middaugh, LD; Bandy, ALE
      Naltrexone effects on ethanol consumption and response to ethanol conditioned cues in C57BL/6 mice

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    13. Verborgh, C; Meert, TF
      Antagonistic effects of naloxone and naloxonazine on sufentanil-induced antinociception and respiratory depression in rats

      PAIN
    14. Ingkaninan, K; Ijzerman, AP; Taesotikul, T; Verpoorte, R
      Isolation of opioid-active compounds from Tabernaemontana pachysiphon leaves

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    15. Millington, WR; Rosenthal, DW; Unal, CB; Nyquist-Battie, C
      Localization of pro-opiomelanocortin mRNA transcripts and peptide immunoreactivity in rat heart

      CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH
    16. RAHMAN W; DASHWOOD MR; FITZGERALD M; AYNSLEYGREEN A; DICKENSON AH
      POSTNATAL-DEVELOPMENT OF MULTIPLE OPIOID RECEPTORS IN THE SPINAL-CORDAND DEVELOPMENT OF SPINAL MORPHINE ANALGESIA

      Developmental brain research
    17. OWEN DL; MORLEY JS; ENSOR DM; MILES JB
      THE C-TERMINAL TETRAPEPTIDE OF BETA-ENDORPHIN (MPF) ENHANCES LYMPHOCYTE PROLIFERATIVE RESPONSES

      Neuropeptides
    18. BROWN GP; PASTERNAK GW
      H-3-NALOXONE BENZOYLHYDRAZONE BINDING IN MOR-1-TRANSFECTED CHINESE-HAMSTER OVARY CELLS - EVIDENCE FOR G-PROTEIN-DEPENDENT ANTAGONIST BINDING

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    19. NARITA M; TSENG LF
      EVIDENCE FOR THE EXISTENCE OF THE BETA-ENDORPHIN-SENSITIVE EPSILON-OPIOID RECEPTOR IN THE BRAIN - THE MECHANISMS OF EPSILON-MEDIATED ANTINOCICEPTION

      Japanese Journal of Pharmacology
    20. SIMON C; HOSZTAFI S; MAKLEIT S; MARKI A; BENYHE S; BORSODI A
      MORPHINE ALKALOIDS .141. SYNTHESIS AND OPIOID BINDING-PROPERTIES OF NEW BETA-FUNALTREXAMINE (BETA-FNA) ANALOGS

      Medicinal chemistry research
    21. ERNST M; LONDON ED
      BRAIN IMAGING STUDIES OF DRUG-ABUSE - THERAPEUTIC IMPLICATIONS

      Seminars in the neurosciences
    22. IBUKI T; DUNBAR SA; YAKSH TL
      EFFECT OF TRANSIENT NALOXONE ANTAGONISM ON TOLERANCE DEVELOPMENT IN RATS RECEIVING CONTINUOUS SPINAL MORPHINE INFUSION

      Pain
    23. WOODS JA; SHAHABI NA; SHARP BM
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A NALOXONE-INSENSITIVE BETA-ENDORPHIN RECEPTOR ONMURINE PERITONEAL-MACROPHAGES

      Life sciences
    24. CICERO TJ; NOCK B; MEYER ER
      SEX-RELATED DIFFERENCES IN MORPHINES ANTINOCICEPTIVE ACTIVITY - RELATIONSHIP TO SERUM AND BRAIN MORPHINE CONCENTRATIONS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    25. SCHULTZ JJ; HSU AK; GROSS GJ
      ISCHEMIC PRECONDITIONING IS MEDIATED BY A PERIPHERAL OPIOID RECEPTOR MECHANISM IN THE INTACT RAT-HEART

      Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
    26. MORGAN IG; BOELEN MK
      A RETINAL DARK-LIGHT SWITCH - A REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE

      Visual neuroscience
    27. VENIHAKI M; GRAVANIS A; MARGIORIS AN
      KAPPA-OPIOIDS EXERT A STRONG ANTIPROLIFERATIVE EFFECT ON PC12 RAT PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA CELLS

      Peptides
    28. KARL M; SAVIOLAKIS GA; GRAVANIS A; CHROUSOS GP; MARGIORIS AN
      THE PC12 RAT PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA CELL-LINE EXPRESSES THE PRODYNORPHIN GENE AND SECRETES THE 8 KDA DYNORPHIN PRODUCT

      Regulatory peptides
    29. COHEN E; KESHET G; SHAVIT Y; WEINSTOCK M
      PRENATAL NALTREXONE FACILITATES MALE SEXUAL-BEHAVIOR IN THE RAT

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    30. CICERO TJ; NOCK B; MEYER ER
      GENDER-RELATED DIFFERENCES IN THE ANTINOCICEPTIVE PROPERTIES OF MORPHINE

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    31. BERNROIDER G; HOLZTRATTNER M; ROTTNER K
      SEX STEROID-OPIOID INTERACTIONS ASSOCIATED WITH THE TEMPORAL COMPONENT OF AVIAN CALLING PATTERNS

      Hormones and behavior
    32. BORGBJERG FM; FRIGAST C; MADSEN JB
      TONIC ENDOGENOUS OPIOID INHIBITION OF VISCERAL NOXIOUS INFORMATION INRABBITS

      Gastroenterology
    33. BORGBJERG FM; FRIGAST C; MADSEN JB; MIKKELSEN LF
      THE EFFECT OF INTRATHECAL OPIOID-RECEPTOR AGONISTS ON VISCERAL NOXIOUS-STIMULATION IN RABBITS

      Gastroenterology
    34. HENRY TR
      FUNCTIONAL NEUROIMAGING WITH POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY

      Epilepsia
    35. CRAIN SM; SHEN KF
      ETORPHINE ELICITS ANOMALOUS EXCITATORY OPIOID EFFECTS ON SENSORY NEURONS TREATED WITH GM1 GANGLIOSIDE OR PERTUSSIS TOXIN IN CONTRAST TO ITSPOTENT INHIBITORY EFFECTS ON NAIVE OR CHRONIC MORPHINE-TREATED CELLS

      Brain research
    36. SAKURADA T; WAKO K; SAKURADA C; MANOME Y; TANNO K; SAKURADA S; KISARA K
      SPINALLY-MEDIATED BEHAVIORAL-RESPONSES EVOKED BY INTRATHECAL HIGH-DOSE MORPHINE - POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF SUBSTANCE-P IN THE MOUSE SPINAL-CORD

      Brain research
    37. RUSSELL JA; LENG G; BICKNELL RJ
      OPIOID TOLERANCE AND DEPENDENCE IN THE MAGNOCELLULAR OXYTOCIN SYSTEM - A PHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISM

      Experimental physiology
    38. ALOYO VJ; PAZDALSKI PS
      EVIDENCE THAT BETA-ENDORPHIN IS AN AGONIST AT BOVINE PINEAL DELTA-OPIOID RECEPTORS

      European journal of pharmacology. Molecular pharmacology section
    39. MACEDO T; RIBEIRO CAF; COTRIM D; TAVARES P; MORGADINHO MT; CARAMONA M; VICENTE MTN; RODRIGUES L; CARDOSO MG; KEATING ML
      CATECHOLAMINE AND MHPG PLASMA-LEVELS, PLATELET MAO ACTIVITY, AND H-3 IMIPRAMINE BINDING IN HEROIN AND COCAINE ADDICTS

      Molecular neurobiology
    40. CHANEY MA
      SIDE-EFFECTS OF INTRATHECAL AND EPIDURAL OPIOIDS

      Canadian journal of anaesthesia
    41. KALYUZHNY A; LEE NM; ELDE R
      AN OPIOID BINDING-PROTEIN IS SPECIFICALLY DOWN-REGULATED BY CHRONIC MORPHINE TREATMENT IN DORSAL-ROOT AND TRIGEMINAL GANGLIA

      Neuroscience
    42. STRUYK AF; CANOLL PD; WOLFGANG MJ; ROSEN CL; DEUSTACHIO P; SALZER JL
      CLONING OF NEUROTRIMIN DEFINES A NEW SUBFAMILY OF DIFFERENTIALLY EXPRESSED NEURAL CELL-ADHESION MOLECULES

      The Journal of neuroscience
    43. HALFORD WP; GEBHARDT BM; CARR DJJ
      FUNCTIONAL-ROLE AND SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF A LYMPHOCYTE ORPHAN OPIOID RECEPTOR

      Journal of neuroimmunology
    44. VANFURTH WR; WOLTERINK G; VANREE JM
      REGULATION OF MASCULINE SEXUAL-BEHAVIOR - INVOLVEMENT OF BRAIN OPIOIDS AND DOPAMINE

      Brain research reviews
    45. VENIHAKI M; GRAVANIS A; MARGIORIS AN
      OPIOIDS INHIBIT DOPAMINE SECRETION FROM PC12 RAT PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA CELLS IN A NALOXONE-REVERSIBLE MANNER

      Life sciences
    46. STEVENS CW; SEYBOLD VS
      CHANGES OF OPIOID BINDING DENSITY IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD FOLLOWING UNILATERAL DORSAL RHIZOTOMY

      Brain research
    47. CABOT PJ; DODD PR; CRAMOND T; SMITH MT
      CHARACTERIZATION OF NONCONVENTIONAL OPIOID BINDING-SITES IN RAT AND HUMAN LUNG

      European journal of pharmacology. Molecular pharmacology section
    48. WALSH SL; GILSON SF; JASINSKI DR; STAPLETON JM; PHILLIPS RL; DANNALS RF; SCHMIDT J; PRESTON KL; GRAYSON R; BIGELOW GE; SULLIVAN JT; CONTOREGGI C; LONDON ED
      BUPRENORPHINE REDUCES CEREBRAL GLUCOSE-METABOLISM IN POLYDRUG ABUSERS

      Neuropsychopharmacology
    49. ABE H; TOOYAMA I; RENDA T; ERSPAMER V; KIMURA H
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL DEMONSTRATION OF [D-ALA(2)]DELTORPHIN-I IN AMACRINE CELLS OF RAT RETINA

      Peptides
    50. REED GW; OLSON GA; OLSON RD
      THE TYR-MIF-1 FAMILY OF PEPTIDES

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    51. LAVIOLA G; FIORE M; LOGGI G; ALLEVA E
      PRENATAL COCAINE POTENTIATES THE EFFECTS OF MORPHINE IN ADULT MICE

      Neuropharmacology
    52. NIWA M; IWAI T; LUAY AE; NOZAKI M; TSURUMI K
      CHARACTERIZATION OF OPIOID RECEPTORS IN THE MONGOLIAN GERBIL CEREBELLUM

      Life sciences
    53. CRUCIANI RA; DVORKIN B; KLINGER HP; MAKMAN MH
      PRESENCE IN NEUROBLASTOMA-CELLS OF A MU(3) RECEPTOR WITH SELECTIVITY FOR OPIATE ALKALOIDS BUT WITHOUT AFFINITY FOR OPIOID-PEPTIDES

      Brain research
    54. SCHMIDT P; SCHRODER H; MADERSPACH K; STAAK M
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OF KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTORS IN THE HUMAN FRONTAL-CORTEX

      Brain research
    55. RODGERS JC; PORTOGHESE PS
      MOLECULAR MODELING OF THE CONFORMATIONAL AND SODIUM-ION BINDING-PROPERTIES OF THE OLIGOSACCHARIDE COMPONENT OF GANGLIOSIDE GM1

      Biopolymers
    56. VERBORGH C; CLAEYS M; VANLERSBERGHE C; CAMU F
      POSTOPERATIVE PAIN TREATMENT AFTER CHOLECYSTECTOMY WITH EPIDURAL SUFENTANIL AT LUMBAR OR THORACIC LEVEL

      Acta anaesthesiologica Scandinavica
    57. BASHEER R; TEMPEL A
      MORPHINE-INDUCED RECIPROCAL ALTERATIONS IN G(ALPHA-S) AND OPIOID PEPTIDE MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS IN DISCRETE BRAIN-REGIONS

      Journal of neuroscience research
    58. LU YF; LI GF; CHI ZQ
      CHARACTERIZATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF MU-OPIOID RECEPTORS IN RABBIT CEREBELLUM

      Zhongguo yaoli xuebao
    59. MILLINGTON WR; EVANS VR; FORMAN LJ; BATTIE CN
      CHARACTERIZATION OF BETA-ENDORPHIN-RELATED AND ALPHA-MSH-RELATED PEPTIDES IN RAT-HEART

      Peptides
    60. MCLAUGHLIN CR; ABOOD ME
      DEVELOPMENTAL EXPRESSION OF CANNABINOID RECEPTOR MESSENGER-RNA

      Developmental brain research
    61. GE F; HAMMER RP; TOBET SA
      ONTOGENY OF LEU-ENKEPHALIN AND BETA-ENDORPHIN INNERVATION OF THE PREOPTIC AREA IN MALE AND FEMALE RATS

      Developmental brain research
    62. CHAPPELL PB; LECKMAN JF; SCAHILL LD; HARDIN MT; ANDERSON G; COHEN DJ
      NEUROENDOCRINE AND BEHAVIORAL-EFFECTS OF THE SELECTIVE KAPPA-AGONIST SPIRADOLINE IN TOURETTES-SYNDROME - A PILOT-STUDY

      Psychiatry research
    63. SELLEY DE; BREIVOGEL CS; CHILDERS SR
      MODIFICATION OF G-PROTEIN-COUPLED FUNCTIONS BY LOW-PH PRETREATMENT OFMEMBRANES FROM NG108-15 CELLS - INCREASE IN OPIOID AGONIST EFFICACY BY DECREASED INACTIVATION OF G-PROTEINS

      Molecular pharmacology
    64. PICK CG; NEJAT RJ; PASTERNAK GW
      INDEPENDENT EXPRESSION OF 2 PHARMACOLOGICALLY DISTINCT SUPRASPINAL MU-ANALGESIC SYSTEMS IN GENETICALLY DIFFERENT MOUSE STRAINS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    65. CRAFT RM; DYKSTRA LA
      MORPHINE ANTAGONIZES U50,488S EFFECTS IN A SQUIRREL-MONKEY SHOCK TITRATION PROCEDURE

      European journal of pharmacology
    66. LEVESQUE D; HOLTZMAN SG
      THE POTENTIATING EFFECTS OF RESTRAINT STRESS AND CONTINUOUS NALOXONE INFUSION ON THE ANALGESIC POTENCY OF MORPHINE ARE ADDITIVE

      Brain research


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