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    1. Feifel, D; Priebe, K; Shilling, PD
      Startle and sensorimotor gating in rats lacking CCK-A receptors

      NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    2. Tieppo, CA; Felicio, LF; Nasello, AG
      Cholecystokinin modulation of apomorphine- or amphetamine-induced stereotypy in rats: opposite effects

      PEPTIDES
    3. Lodge, DJ; Short, JL; Mercer, LD; Beart, PM; Lawrence, AJ
      CCK/dopamine interactions in Fawn-Hooded and Wistar-Kyoto rat brain

      PEPTIDES
    4. Tieppo, CA; Ferreira, FS; Sassatani, AS; Felicio, LF; Nasello, AG
      Opposite modulation of apomorphine- or amphetamine-induced stereotypy by antagonists of CCK receptors

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    5. Wunderlich, GR; DeSousa, NJ; Vaccarino, FJ
      Cholecystokinin modulates both the development and the expression of behavioral sensitization to amphetamine in the rat

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    6. Noble, F; Roques, BP
      CCK-B receptor: Chemistry, molecular biology, biochemistry and pharmacology

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    7. Desousa, NJ; Wunderlich, GR; De Cabo, C; Vaccarino, FJ
      The expression of behavioral sensitization to amphetamine: Role of CCKA receptor

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    8. VALVERDE O; ROQUES BP
      CHOLECYSTOKININ MODULATES THE AVERSIVE COMPONENT OF MORPHINE-WITHDRAWAL SYNDROME IN RATS

      Neuroscience letters
    9. DAUGE V; LENA I
      CCK IN ANXIETY AND COGNITIVE-PROCESSES

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    10. KOKS S; VASAR E; SOOSAAR A; LANG A; VOLKE V; VOIKAR V; BOURIN M; MANNISTO PT
      RELATION OF EXPLORATORY-BEHAVIOR OF RATS IN ELEVATED PLUS-MAZE TO BRAIN RECEPTOR-BINDING PROPERTIES AND SERUM GROWTH-HORMONE LEVELS

      European neuropsychopharmacology
    11. BLACKER D; BROBERGER C; OGREN SO; HOKFELT T
      CHOLECYSTOKININ-B RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS ENHANCE THE LOCOMOTOR RESPONSETO THE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE ANTAGONISTS PHENCYCLIDINE AND DIZOCILPINEMALEATE

      Neuroscience
    12. WENG JH; BADO A; GARBAY C; ROQUES BP
      NOVEL CCK-B RECEPTOR AGONISTS - DIKETOPIPERAZINE ANALOGS DERIVED FROMCCK4 BIOACTIVE CONFORMATION

      Regulatory peptides
    13. DAUGE V; CORRINGER PJ; ROQUES BP
      CCK(A), BUT NOT CCK(B), AGONISTS SUPPRESS THE HYPERLOCOMOTION INDUCEDBY ENDOGENOUS ENKEPHALINS, PROTECTED FROM ENZYMATIC DEGRADATION BY SYSTEMIC RB-101

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    14. CRAWLEY JN; CORWIN RL
      BIOLOGICAL ACTIONS OF CHOLECYSTOKININ

      Peptides
    15. SCHIANTARELLI P
      THERAPEUTIC POTENTIAL OF CHOLECYSTOKININ RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS IN CNS DISORDERS

      Pharmacological research
    16. LINDEFORS N; LINDEN A; BRENE S; SEDVALL G; PERSSON H
      CCK PEPTIDES AND MESSENGER-RNA IN THE HUMAN BRAIN

      Progress in neurobiology
    17. DERRIEN M; DURIEUX C; DAUGE V; ROQUES BP
      INVOLVEMENT OF D(2) DOPAMINERGIC RECEPTORS IN THE EMOTIONAL AND MOTIVATIONAL RESPONSES INDUCED BY INJECTION OF CCK-8 IN THE POSTERIOR PART OF THE RAT NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS

      Brain research


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