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    1. Hansch, C; Garg, R; Kurup, A
      Searching for allosteric effects via QSARs

      BIOORGANIC & MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    2. Harrison, AA; Liem, YTB; Markou, A
      Fluoxetine combined with a serotonin-1A receptor antagonist reversed reward deficits observed during nicotine and amphetamine withdrawal in rats

      NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    3. Bosch, J; Roca, T; Armengol, M; Fernandez-Forner, D
      Synthesis of 5-(sulfamoylmethyl)indoles

      TETRAHEDRON
    4. Troisi, A; Scucchi, S; San Martino, L; Montera, P; d'Amore, A; Moles, A
      Age specificity of the relationship between serum cholesterol and mood in obese women

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    5. Korzan, WJ; Summers, TR; Ronan, PJ; Renner, KJ; Summers, CH
      The role of monoaminergic nuclei during aggression and sympathetic social signaling

      BRAIN BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION
    6. Overli, O; Pottinger, TG; Carrick, TR; Overli, E; Winberg, S
      Brain monoaminergic activity in rainbow trout selected for high and low stress responsiveness

      BRAIN BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION
    7. Gomez-Laplaza, LM; Morgan, E
      Laboratory studies of the effects of short-term isolation on aggressive behaviour in fish

      MARINE AND FRESHWATER BEHAVIOUR AND PHYSIOLOGY
    8. Atwood, HL; Tomasso, JR; Ronan, PJ; Barton, BA; Renner, KJ
      Brain monoamine concentrations as predictors of growth inhibition in channel catfish exposed to ammonia

      JOURNAL OF AQUATIC ANIMAL HEALTH
    9. Vyas, KP; Halpin, RA; Geer, LA; Ellis, JD; Liu, LD; Cheng, HY; Chavez-Eng, C; Matuszewski, BK; Varga, SL; Guiblin, AR; Rogers, JD
      Disposition and pharmacokinetics of the antimigraine drug, rizatriptan, inhumans

      DRUG METABOLISM AND DISPOSITION
    10. Woodley, SK; Matt, KS; Moore, MC
      Neuroendocrine responses in free-living female and male lizards after aggressive interactions

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    11. Stefansson, MO; Imsland, AK; Jenssen, MD; Jonassen, TM; Stefansson, SO; FitzGerald, R
      The effect of different initial size distributions on the growth of Atlantic halibut

      JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY
    12. Elofsson, UOE; Mayer, L; Damsgard, B; Winberg, S
      Intermale competition in sexually mature arctic charr: Effects on brain monoamines, endocrine stress responses, sex hormone levels, and behavior

      GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY
    13. Woodley, SK; Matt, KS; Moore, MC
      Estradiol modulation of central monoamine activity in female mountain spiny lizards

      BRAIN BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION
    14. Sprouse, J; Braselton, J; Reynolds, L
      5-HT1A agonist potential of pindolol: Electrophysiologic studies in the dorsal raphe nucleus and hippocampus

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    15. Overli, O; Olsen, RE; Lovik, F; Ringo, E
      Dominance hierarchies in Arctic charr, Salvelinus alpinus L.: differentialcortisol profiles of dominant and subordinate individuals after handling stress

      AQUACULTURE RESEARCH
    16. Fornal, CA; Martin, FJ; Mendlin, A; Metzler, CW; Bjorvatn, B; Jacobs, BL
      Pindolol increases extracellular 5-HT while inhibiting serotonergic neuronal activity

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    17. Overli, O; Harris, CA; Winberg, S
      Short-term effects of fights for social dominance and the establishment ofdominant-subordinate relationships on brain monoamines and cortisol in rainbow trout

      BRAIN BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION
    18. Westergaard, GC; Suomi, SJ; Higley, JD; Mehlman, PT
      CSF5-HIAA and aggression in female macaque monkeys: species and interindividual differences

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    19. KRISTIANSEN K; EDVARDSEN O; DAHL SG
      MOLECULAR MODELING OF THE ENDOGENOUS PEPTIDE LEU-SER-ALA-LEU, PINDOLOL, 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE AND THEIR INTERACTIONS WITH THE HUMAN 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE(1B) (5-HT1B) RECEPTOR

      Receptors & channels
    20. BARF T; WIKSTROM H; PAUWELS PJ; PALMIER C; TARDIF S; LUNDMARK M; SUNDELL S
      5-(SULFONYL)OXY-TRYPTAMINES AND ETHYLAMINO SIDE-CHAIN RESTRICTED DERIVATIVES - STRUCTURE-AFFINITY RELATIONSHIPS FOR H5-HT1B AND H5-HT1D RECEPTORS

      Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry
    21. PETE B; BITTER I; SZANTAY C; SCHON I; TOKE L
      SYNTHESIS OF 5-SUBSTITUTED INDOLE-DERIVATIVES, I - AN IMPROVED METHODFOR THE SYNTHESIS OF SUMATRIPTAN

      Heterocycles
    22. MATTER JM; RONAN PJ; SUMMERS CH
      CENTRAL MONOAMINES IN FREE-RANGING LIZARDS - DIFFERENCES ASSOCIATED WITH SOCIAL ROLES AND TERRITORIALITY

      Brain, behavior and evolution
    23. ERICKSON MT
      LOWERED SERUM-CHOLESTEROL, FAMINE AND AGGRESSION - A DARWINIAN HYPOTHESIS

      Information sur les sciences sociales (Paris)
    24. MEYNIEL JP; KHAN NA; FERRIERE F; DESCHAUX P
      IDENTIFICATION OF LYMPHOCYTE 5-HT3 RECEPTOR SUBTYPE AND ITS IMPLICATION IN FISH T-CELL PROLIFERATION

      Immunology letters
    25. WINBERG S; WINBERG Y; FERNALD RD
      EFFECT OF SOCIAL RANK ON BRAIN MONOAMINERGIC ACTIVITY IN A CICHLID FISH

      Brain, behavior and evolution
    26. STERNFELD F; BAKER R; BROUGHTON HB; GUIBLIN AR; JELLEY RA; MATASSA VG; REEVE AJ; BEER MS; STANTON JA; HARGREAVES RJ; SHEPHEARD SL; LONGMORE J; RAZZAQUE Z; GRAHAM MI; SOHAL B; STREET LJ
      THE CHEMICAL EVOLUTION OF 2-[5-(1,2,4-TRIAZOL-4-YL)-1H-INDOL-3-YL]ETHYLAMINE (L-741,604) AND ANALOGS - POTENT AND SELECTIVE AGONISTS FOR 5-HT1D RECEPTORS

      Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters
    27. SPECTER SE; STERN JS; HORWITZ BA
      HYPOTHALAMIC MONOAMINERGIC ACTIVITY IN OBESE ZUCKER RATS IN RESPONSE TO ACUTE AND CHRONIC DIETARY STIMULI

      American journal of physiology: endocrinology and metabolism
    28. OLSEN KH; WINBERG S
      LEARNING AND SIBLING ODOR PREFERENCE IN JUVENILE ARCTIC CHAR, SALVELINUS-ALPINUS (L.)

      Journal of chemical ecology
    29. BARF TA; DEBOER P; WIKSTROM H; PEROUTKA SJ; SVENSSON K; ENNIS MD; GHAZAL NB; MCGUIRE JC; SMITH MW
      5-HT1D RECEPTOR AGONIST PROPERTIES OF NOVEL [(TRIFLUOROMETHYL)SULFONYL]OXY]INDOLYL]ETHYLAMINES AND THEIR USE AS SYNTHETIC INTERMEDIATES

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    30. DEBOECK G; NILSSON GE; VLAEMINCK A; BLUST R
      CENTRAL MONOAMINERGIC RESPONSES TO SALINITY AND TEMPERATURE RISES IN COMMON CARP

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    31. MARROSU F; FORNAL CA; METZLER CW; JACOBS BL
      5-HT1A AGONISTS INDUCE HIPPOCAMPAL THETA-ACTIVITY IN FREELY MOVING CATS - ROLE OF PRESYNAPTIC 5-NT1A RECEPTORS

      Brain research
    32. DISCHINO DD; COMBRINK KD; DOWEYKO L; MORIMOTO H; PEARCE BC; WILLIAMS PG; YEVICH JP
      SYNTHESIS OF H-3 LABELED XY-4-PYRIMIDINYL)-1-PIPERAZINYL]PROPYL]-1H-INDOLE, A SEROTONERGIC AGENT WITH POTENTIAL ANTIDEPRESSANT ACTIVITY

      Journal of labelled compounds & radiopharmaceuticals
    33. DEBOECK G; NILSSON GE; ELOFSSON U; VLAEMINCK A; BLUST R
      BRAIN MONOAMINE LEVELS AND ENERGY STATUS IN COMMON CARP (CYPRINUS-CARPIO) AFTER EXPOSURE TO SUBLETHAL LEVELS OF COPPER

      Aquatic toxicology
    34. STOUPEL E; ABRAMSON E; SULKES J; MARTFEL J; STEIN N; HANDELMAN M; SHIMSHONI M; ZADKA P; GABBAY U
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SUICIDE AND MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION WITH REGARD TOCHANGING PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENTAL-CONDITIONS

      International journal of biometeorology
    35. ROOZENDAAL B; KOOLHAAS JM; BOHUS B
      POSTTRAINING NOREPINEPHRINE INFUSION INTO THE CENTRAL AMYGDALA DIFFERENTIALLY ENHANCES LATER RETENTION IN ROMAN HIGH-AVOIDANCE AND LOW-AVOIDANCE RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience


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