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    1. Imbe, H; Iwata, K; Zhou, QQ; Zou, SP; Dubner, R; Ren, K
      Orofacial deep and cutaneous tissue inflammation and trigeminal neuronal activation - Implications for persistent temporomandibular pain

      CELLS TISSUES ORGANS
    2. Crespo, JA; Manzanares, J; Oliva, JM; Corchero, J; Palomo, T; Ambrosio, E
      Extinction of cocaine self-administration produces a differential time-related regulation of proenkephalin gene expression in rat brain

      NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    3. Jones, EA; Wang, JQ; McGinty, JF
      Intrastriatal GABA(A) receptor blockade does not alter dopamine D-1/D-2 receptor interactions in the intact rat striatum

      NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Wang, JQ; Lau, YS
      Dose-related alteration in nitric oxide synthase mRNA expression induced by amphetamine and the full D1 dopamine receptor agonist SKF-82958 in mouse striatum

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    5. Tzaferis, JA; McGinty, JF
      Kappa opioid receptor stimulation decreases amphetamine-induced behavior and neuropeptide mRNA expression in the striatum

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    6. Mao, LM; Wang, JQ
      Gliogenesis in the striatum of the adult rat: alteration in neural progenitor population after psychostimulant exposure

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    7. Fischer, DA; Schafer, MKH; Ferger, B; Gross, S; Westermann, R; Weihe, E; Kuschinsky, K
      Sensitization to the behavioural effects of cocaine: alterations in tyrosine hydroxylase or endogenous opioid mRNAs are not necessarily involved

      NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERGS ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
    8. Imbe, H; Ren, K
      The up-regulation of preprodynorphin mRNA in trigeminoparabrachial neuronsafter inflammation

      NEUROREPORT
    9. Berke, JD; Hyman, SE
      Addiction, dopamine, and the molecular mechanisms of memory

      NEURON
    10. Bradshaw, H; Miller, J; Ling, QD; Malsnee, K; Ruda, MA
      Sex differences and phases of the estrous cycle alter the response of spinal cord dynorphin neurons to peripheral inflammation and hyperalgesia

      PAIN
    11. Hallbeck, M
      Dynorphin mRNA-expressing neurons in the rat paraventricular hypothalamic nucleus project to the spinal cord

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    12. Adams, DH; Hanson, GR; Keefe, KA
      Cocaine and methamphetamine differentially affect opioid peptide mRNA expression in the striatum

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    13. Zimprich, A; Kraus, J; Woltje, M; Mayer, P; Rauch, E; Hollt, V
      An allelic variation in the human prodynorphin gene promoter alters stimulus-induced expression

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    14. Yuferov, V; Zhou, Y; Spangler, R; Maggos, CE; Ho, A; Kreek, MJ
      Acute "binge" cocaine increases mu-opioid receptor mRNA levels in areas ofthe rat mesolimbic mesocortical dopamine system

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    15. Keefe, KA; Gerfen, CR
      Local infusion of the (+/-)-alpha-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methylisoxazole-4-propionate/kainate receptor antagonist 6-cyano-7-nitroquinoxaline-2,3-dione does not block D-1 dopamine receptor-mediated increases in immediate early gene expression in the dopamine-depleted striatum

      NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Basura, GJ; Walker, PD
      Suppression of serotonin hyperinnervation does not alter the dysregulatoryinfluences of dopamine depletion on striatal neuropeptide gene expression in rodent neonates

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    17. Li, JL; Li, YQ; Kaneko, T; Mizuno, N
      Preprodynorphin-like immunoreactivity in medullary dorsal horn neurons projecting to the thalamic regions in the rat

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    18. Imbe, H; Ren, K
      Orofacial deep and cutaneous tissue inflammation differentially upregulates preprodynorphin mRNA in the trigeminal and paratrigeminal nuclei of the rat

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    19. Wang, XM; Zhou, Y; Spangler, R; Ho, A; Han, JS; Kreek, MJ
      Acute intermittent morphine increases preprodynorphin and kappa opioid receptor mRNA levels in the rat brain

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    20. Romualdi, P; Donatini, A; Capobianco, A; Ferri, S
      Methamphetamine alters prodynorphin gene expression and dynorphin A levelsin rat hypothalamus.

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    21. WHITE FJ; KALIVAS PW
      NEUROADAPTATIONS INVOLVED IN AMPHETAMINE AND COCAINE ADDICTION

      Drug and alcohol dependence
    22. YUFEROV VP; CULPEPPERMORGAN JA; LAFORGE KS; HO A; KREEK MJ
      REGIONAL QUANTITATION OF PREPRODYNORPHIN MESSENGER-RNA IN GUINEA-PIG GASTROINTESTINAL-TRACT

      Neurochemical research
    23. ARABIA AM; SHEN PJ; GUNDLACH AL
      INCREASED STRIATAL PROENKEPHALIN MESSENGER-RNA SUBSEQUENT TO PRODUCTION OF SPREADING DEPRESSION IN RAT CEREBRAL-CORTEX - ACTIVATION OF CORTICOSTRIATAL PATHWAYS

      Molecular brain research
    24. SVENSSON P; HURD YL
      SPECIFIC REDUCTIONS OF STRIATAL PRODYNORPHIN AND D-1 DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR MESSENGER-RNAS DURING COCAINE ABSTINENCE

      Molecular brain research
    25. COWEN MS; REZVANI A; JARROTT B; LAWRENCE AJ
      DISTRIBUTION OF OPIOID PEPTIDE GENE-EXPRESSION IN THE LIMBIC SYSTEM OF FAWN-HOODED (ALCOHOL-PREFERRING) AND WISTAR-KYOTO (ALCOHOL-NON-PREFERRING) RATS

      Brain research
    26. BORG L
      PHARMACOLOGICAL THERAPIES FOR SUBSTANCE DEPENDENCE

      Current opinion in psychiatry
    27. DATTA U; NOAILLES PAH; KRAFT M; ZHANG Y; ANGULO JA
      CONCURRENT ELEVATION OF THE LEVELS OF EXPRESSION OF STRIATAL PREPROENKEPHALIN AND PREPRODYNORPHIN MESSENGER-RNA IN THE RAT-BRAIN BY CHRONICTREATMENT WITH CAFFEINE

      Neuroscience letters
    28. CHAI L; CHOI WS; RONNEKLEIV OK
      MATERNAL COCAINE TREATMENT ALTERS DYNORPHIN AND ENKEPHALIN MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION IN BRAINS OF FETAL RHESUS MACAQUES

      The Journal of neuroscience
    29. DAUNAIS JB; HART SL; HEDGECOCKROWE A; MATASI JJ; THORNLEY C; DAVIES HML; PORRINO LJ
      ALTERATIONS IN BEHAVIOR AND OPIOID GENE-EXPRESSION INDUCED BY THE NOVEL TROPANE ANALOG WF-31

      Molecular brain research
    30. SPANGLER R; ZHOU Y; MAGGOS CE; SCHLUSSMAN SD; HO A; KREEK MJ
      PRODYNORPHIN, PROENKEPHALIN AND KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR MESSENGER-RNA RESPONSES TO ACUTE BINGE COCAINE

      Molecular brain research
    31. INDERBITZIN S; LAUBER ME; SCHLUMPF M; LICHTENSTEIGER W
      AMPHETAMINE-INDUCED PREPRODYNORPHIN MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION AND KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR-BINDING IN BASAL GANGLIA OF ADULT-RATS AFTER PRENATAL EXPOSURE TO DIAZEPAM

      Developmental brain research
    32. SHIPPENBERG TS; REA W
      SENSITIZATION TO THE BEHAVIORAL-EFFECTS OF COCAINE - MODULATION BY DYNORPHIN AND KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONISTS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    33. SPANGLER R; ZHOU Y; MAGGOS CE; ZLOBIN A; HO A; KREEK MJ
      DOPAMINE ANTAGONIST AND BINGE COCAINE EFFECTS ON RAT OPIOID AND DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER MESSENGER-RNAS

      NeuroReport
    34. GUO HF; TIAN JH; WANG XM; FANG Y; HOU YP; HAN JS
      BRAIN SUBSTRATES ACTIVATED BY ELECTROACUPUNCTURE OF DIFFERENT FREQUENCIES .1. COMPARATIVE-STUDY ON THE EXPRESSION OF ONCOGENE C-FOS AND GENES-CODING FOR 3 OPIOID-PEPTIDES

      Molecular brain research
    35. GUO HF; TIAN JH; WANG XM; FANG Y; HOU YP; HAN JS
      BRAIN SUBSTRATES ACTIVATED BY ELECTROACUPUNCTURE (EA) OF DIFFERENT FREQUENCIES .2. ROLE OF FOS JUN PROTEINS IN EA-INDUCED TRANSCRIPTION OF PREPROENKEPHALIN AND PREPRODYNORPHIN GENES/

      Molecular brain research
    36. SPANGLER R; HO A; ZHOU Y; MAGGOS CE; YUFEROV V; KREEK MJ
      REGULATION OF KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR MESSENGER-RNA IN THE RAT-BRAIN BYBINGE PATTERN COCAINE ADMINISTRATION AND CORRELATION WITH PREPRODYNORPHIN MESSENGER-RNA

      Molecular brain research
    37. DAUNAIS JB; ROBERTS DCS; MCGINTY JF
      SHORT-TERM COCAINE SELF-ADMINISTRATION ALTERS STRIATAL GENE-EXPRESSION

      Brain research bulletin
    38. ZIOLKOWSKA B; HOLLT V
      FOS IS NOT INVOLVED IN THE REGULATION OF THE PROENKEPHALIN GENE BY HALOPERIDOL IN THE MOUSE STRIATUM

      Molecular brain research
    39. ARVIDSSON U; RIEDL M; CHAKRABARTI S; VULCHANOVA L; LEE JH; NAKANO AH; LIN XQ; LOH HH; LAW PY; WESSENDORF MW; ELDE R
      THE KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR IS PRIMARILY POSTSYNAPTIC - COMBINED IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OF THE RECEPTOR AND ENDOGENOUS OPIOIDS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    40. ROSEN JB; CHUANG E; IADAROLA MJ
      DIFFERENTIAL INDUCTION OF FOS PROTEIN AND A FOS-RELATED ANTIGEN FOLLOWING ACUTE AND REPEATED COCAINE ADMINISTRATION

      Molecular brain research
    41. SMITH AJW; MCGINTY JF
      ACUTE AMPHETAMINE OR METHAMPHETAMINE ALTERS OPIOID PEPTIDE MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION IN RAT STRIATUM

      Molecular brain research
    42. HELTON TE; DAUNAIS JB; MCGINTY JF
      CONVULSANT DOSES OF COCAINE ALTER IMMEDIATE-EARLY GENE AND OPIOID PEPTIDE EXPRESSION IN RAT LIMBIC FOREBRAIN

      Molecular brain research


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