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    1. Kamimura, E; Ueno, Y; Tanaka, S; Sawa, H; Yoshioka, M; Ueno, K; Inoue, T; Li, XB; Koyama, T; Ishikawa, R; Nagashima, K
      New rat model for attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD)

      COMPARATIVE MEDICINE
    2. Nakao, K; Ikegaya, Y; Yamada, MK; Nishiyama, N; Matsuki, N
      Spatial performance correlates with long-term potentiation of the dentate gyrus but not of the CA1 region in rats with fimbria-fornix lesions

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    3. Mizuno, M; Yamada, K; Olariu, A; Nawa, H; Nabeshima, T
      Involvement of brain-derived neurotrophic factor in spatial memory formation and maintenance in a radial arm maze test in rats

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Zou, LB; Yamada, K; Sasa, M; Nakata, Y; Nabeshima, T
      Effects of sigma(1) receptor agonist SA4503 and neuroactive steroids on performance in a radial arm maze task in rats

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    5. Mamiya, T; Noda, Y; Noda, A; Hiramatsu, M; Karasawa, K; Kameyama, T; Furukawa, S; Yamada, K; Nabeshima, T
      Effects of sigma receptor agonists on the impairment of spontaneous alternation behavior and decrease of cyclic GMP level induced by nitric oxide synthase inhibitors in mice

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    6. Fujita, S; Ikegaya, Y; Nishiyama, N; Matsuki, N
      Ca2+-independent phospholipase A(2) inhibitor impairs spatial memory of mice

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    7. Oike, Y; Hata, A; Mamiya, T; Kaname, T; Noda, Y; Suzuki, M; Yasue, H; Nabeshima, T; Araki, K; Yamamura, K
      Truncated CBP protein leads to classical Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome phenotypes in mice: implications for a dominant-negative mechanism

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    8. Mamiya, T; Noda, Y; Nishi, M; Takeshima, H; Nabeshima, T
      Nociceptin system plays a role in the memory retention: involvement of naloxone benzoylhydrazone binding sites

      NEUROREPORT
    9. YAMADA K; KOMORI Y; TANAKA T; SENZAKI K; NIKAI T; SUGIHARA H; KAMEYAMA T; NABESHIMA T
      BRAIN-DYSFUNCTION ASSOCIATED WITH AN INDUCTION OF NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE FOLLOWING AN INTRACEREBRAL INJECTION OF LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE IN RATS

      Neuroscience
    10. YAMADA K; NABESHIMA T
      CHANGES IN NMDA RECEPTOR NITRIC-OXIDE SIGNALING PATHWAY IN THE BRAIN WITH AGING

      Microscopy research and technique
    11. YAMADA K; NABESHIMA T
      MODULATION OF NITRIC-OXIDE PRODUCTION IN-VIVO IN THE BRAIN

      Methods and findings in experimental and clinical pharmacology
    12. ZOU LB; YAMADA K; TANAKA T; KAMEYAMA T; NABESHIMA T
      NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE INHIBITORS IMPAIR REFERENCE MEMORY FORMATION INA RADIAL-ARM MAZE TASK IN RATS

      Neuropharmacology
    13. ZOU LB; YAMADA K; NABESHIMA T
      SIGMA-RECEPTOR LIGANDS (-SKF10,047 AND SA4503 IMPROVE DIZOCILPINE-INDUCED SPATIAL MEMORY DEFICITS IN RATS())

      European journal of pharmacology
    14. BORDE N; KRAZEM A; JAFFARD A; BERACOCHEA DJ
      MEMORY DEFICITS FOLLOWING DIAZEPAM ADMINISTRATION IN MICE - EVIDENCE FOR A TIME-DEPENDENT RETRIEVAL IMPAIRMENT

      Psychobiology
    15. FRASER CM; COOKE MJ; FISHER A; THOMPSON ID; STONE TW
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN IFENPRODIL AND DIZOCILPINE ON MOUSE BEHAVIOR IN MODELS OF ANXIETY AND WORKING-MEMORY

      European neuropsychopharmacology
    16. CONRAD CD; GALEA LAM; KURODA Y; MCEWEN BS
      CHRONIC STRESS IMPAIRS RAT SPATIAL MEMORY ON THE Y-MAZE, AND THIS EFFECT IS BLOCKED BY TIANEPTINE PRETREATMENT

      Behavioral neuroscience
    17. BERACOCHEA D; KRAZEM A; JAFFARD R
      METHYL BETA-CARBOLINE-3-CARBOXYLATE REVERSES THE WORKING-MEMORY DEFICITS INDUCED EITHER BY CHRONIC ALCOHOL-CONSUMPTION OR MAMMILLARY BODY LESIONS IN BALB C MICE/

      Psychobiology


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