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    1. Woo, SH; Kim, HS; Yun, JS; Lee, MK; Oh, KW; Seong, YH; Oh, SK; Jang, CG
      Inhibition of baclofen on morphine-induced hyperactivity, reverse tolerance and postsynaptic dopamine receptor supersensitivity

      PHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    2. Berk, M; Plein, H; Ferreira, D
      Platelet glutamate receptor supersensitivity in major depressive disorder

      CLINICAL NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    3. Bezard, E; Dovero, S; Prunier, C; Ravenscroft, P; Chalon, S; Guilloteau, D; Crossman, AR; Bioulac, B; Brotchie, JM; Gross, CE
      Relationship between the appearance of symptoms and the level of nigrostriatal degeneration in a progressive 1-methyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridine-lesioned macaque model of Parkinson's disease

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Glavan, G; Zorec, R; Babic, K; Sket, D; Zivin, M
      Dopaminergic regulation of synaptotagmin I and IV mRNAs in hemiparkinsonian rats

      NEUROREPORT
    5. Saito, Y; Takashima, S
      Neurotransmitter changes in the pathophysiology of Lesch-Nyhan syndrome

      BRAIN & DEVELOPMENT
    6. Guaraldo, L; Chagas, DA; Konno, AC; Korn, GP; Pfiffer, T; Nasello, AG
      Hydroalcoholic extract and fractions of Davilla rugosa Poiret: effects on spontaneous motor activity and elevated plus-maze behavior

      JOURNAL OF ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY
    7. Shim, IS; Won, JS; Lee, JK; Song, DK; Kim, SE; Huh, SO; Kim, YH; Suh, HW
      Modulatory effect of ginseng total saponin on dopamine release and tyrosine hydroxylase gene expression induced by nicotine in the rat

      JOURNAL OF ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY
    8. Calon, F; Grondin, R; Morissette, M; Goulet, M; Blanchet, PJ; Di Paolo, T; Bedard, PJ
      Molecular basis of levodopa-induced dyskinesias

      ANNALS OF NEUROLOGY
    9. Berk, M; Plein, H; Belsham, B
      The specificity of platelet glutamate receptor supersensitivity in psychotic disorders

      LIFE SCIENCES
    10. Stromberg, I; Kehr, J; Andbjer, B; Fuxe, K
      Fetal ventral mesencephalic grafts functionally reduce the dopamine D2 receptor supersensitivity in partially dopamine reinnervated host striatum

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    11. Mandel, RJ
      Effect of acute L-dopa pretreatment on apomorphine-induced rotational behavior in a rat model of Parkinson's disease

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    12. Kim, HS; Lim, HK
      Inhibitory effects of velvet antler water extract on morphine-induced conditioned place preference and DA receptor supersensitivity in mice

      JOURNAL OF ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY
    13. Kim, HS; Lim, HK; Park, WK
      Antinarcotic effects of the velvet antler water extract on morphine in mice

      JOURNAL OF ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY
    14. Kim, HS; Kim, KS; Oh, KW
      Ginseng total saponin inhibits nicotine-induced hyperactivity and conditioned place preference in mice

      JOURNAL OF ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY
    15. Khan, SM; Smith, TS; Bennett, JP
      Effects of single and multiple treatments with L-dihydroxyphenylalanine (L-DOPA) on dopamine receptor G protein interactions and supersensitive immediate early gene responses in striata of rats after reserpine treatment or with unilateral nigrostriatal lesions

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    16. Berk, M; Plein, H; Csizmadia, T
      Supersensitive platelet glutamate receptors as a possible peripheral marker in schizophrenia

      INTERNATIONAL CLINICAL PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    17. Saito, Y; Ito, M; Hanaoka, S; Ohama, E; Akaboshi, S; Takashima, S
      Dopamine receptor upregulation in Lesch-Nyhan syndrome: A postmortem study

      NEUROPEDIATRICS
    18. Kim, HS; Kim, KS
      Inhibitory effects of ginseng total saponin on nicotine-induced hyperactivity, reverse tolerance and dopamine receptor supersensitivity

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    19. Kim, HS; Kim, KS; Oh, KW
      Inhibition by ginsenosides Rb-1 and Rg(1) of cocaine-induced hyperactivity, conditioned place preference, and postsynaptic dopamine receptor supersensitivity in mice

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    20. HAYASHI T; FURUTANI M; TANIYAMA J; KIYASU M; HIKASA S; HORIGUCHI J; YAMAWAKI S
      NEUROLEPTIC-INDUCED MEIGES-SYNDROME FOLLOWING AKATHISIA - PHARMACOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS

      PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES
    21. TAKAHASHI M; TOKUYAMA S
      PHARMACOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL-EFFECTS OF GINSENG ON ACTIONS INDUCED BY OPIOIDS AND PSYCHOSTIMULANTS

      Methods and findings in experimental and clinical pharmacology
    22. KIM HS; JANG CG; OH KW; OH S; RHEU HM; RHEE GS; SEONG YH; PARK WK
      EFFECTS OF GINSENG TOTAL SAPONIN ON MORPHINE-INDUCED HYPERACTIVITY AND CONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCE IN MICE

      Journal of ethnopharmacology
    23. KIM HS; LEE JH; GOO YS; NAH SY
      EFFECTS OF GINSENOSIDES ON CA2+ CHANNELS AND MEMBRANE CAPACITANCE IN RAT ADRENAL CHROMAFFIN CELLS

      Brain research bulletin
    24. KIM HS; HONG YT; OH KW; SEONG YH; RHEU HM; CHO DH; OH S; PARK WK; JANG CG
      INHIBITION BY GINSENOSIDES RB-1 AND RG(1) OF METHAMPHETAMINE-INDUCED HYPERACTIVITY, CONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCE AND POSTSYNAPTIC DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR SUPERSENSITIVITY IN MICE

      General pharmacology
    25. CROCKER SJ; MORELLI M; WIGLE N; NAKABEPPU Y; ROBERTSON GS
      D-1-RECEPTOR-RELATED PRIMING IS ATTENUATED BY ANTISENSE-MEDITATED KNOCKDOWN OF FOSB EXPRESSION

      Molecular brain research
    26. SCHECHTER MD; CALCAGNETTI DJ
      CONTINUED TRENDS IN THE CONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCE LITERATURE FROM 1992 TO 1996, INCLUSIVE, WITH A CROSS-INDEXED BIBLIOGRAPHY

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    27. Kim, HS; Hong, YT; Jang, CG
      Effects of the ginsenosides Rg(1) and Rb-1 on morphine-induced hyperactivity and reinforcement in mice

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    28. DUTY S; HENRY B; CROSSMAN AR; BROTCHIE JM
      TOPOGRAPHICAL ORGANIZATION OF OPIOID PEPTIDE PRECURSOR GENE-EXPRESSION FOLLOWING REPEATED APOMORPHINE TREATMENT IN THE 6-HYDROXYDOPAMINE-LESIONED RAT

      Experimental neurology
    29. PIGGOTT MA; PERRY EK; MARSHALL EF; MCKEITH IG; JOHNSON M; MELROSE HL; COURT JA; LLOYD S; FAIRBAIRN A; BROWN A; THOMPSON P; PERRY RH
      NIGROSTRIATAL DOPAMINERGIC ACTIVITIES IN DEMENTIA WITH LEWY BODIES INRELATION TO NEUROLEPTIC SENSITIVITY - COMPARISONS WITH PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      Biological psychiatry
    30. SEONG YH; KIM HS
      INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF GINSENG TOTAL SAPONINS ON HYPOXIA-INDUCED DYSFUNCTION AND INJURIES OF CULTURED ASTROCYTES

      Archives of pharmacal research
    31. KIM HS; PARK WK; JANG CG; OH KW; KONG JY; OH S; RHEU HM; CHO DH; KANG SY
      BLOCKADE BY NALOXONE OF COCAINE-INDUCED HYPERACTIVITY, REVERSE TOLERANCE AND CONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCE IN MICE

      Behavioural brain research
    32. SCHWARTING RKW; HUSTON JP
      BEHAVIORAL AND NEUROCHEMICAL DYNAMICS OF NEUROTOXIC MESOSTRIATAL DOPAMINE LESIONS

      Neurotoxicology
    33. OH KW; KIM HS; WAGNER GC
      GINSENG TOTAL SAPONIN INHIBITS THE DOPAMINERGIC DEPLETIONS INDUCED BYMETHAMPHETAMINE

      Planta medica
    34. LARALEMUS A; PEREZDELAMORA M; MENDEZFRANCO J; PALOMERORIVERO M; DRUCKERCOLIN R
      EFFECTS OF REM-SLEEP DEPRIVATION ON THE D-AMPHETAMINE-INDUCED SELF-MUTILATING BEHAVIOR

      Brain research
    35. METMAN LV; BLANCHET PJ; DEJONG D; MOURADIAN MM; CHASE TN
      EFFECT OF THE PUTATIVE DOPAMINE D-1 AGONIST AND D-2 ANTAGONIST FCE-23884 ON PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      Movement disorders
    36. KIM HS; PARK WK; JANG CG; OH S
      INHIBITION BY MK-801 OF COCAINE-INDUCED SENSITIZATION, CONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCE, AND DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR SUPERSENSITIVITY IN MICE

      Brain research bulletin
    37. KIM HS; JANG CG; PARK WK; OH KW; RHEU HM; CHO DH; OH SK
      BLOCKADE BY GINSENG TOTAL SAPONIN OF METHAMPHETAMINE-INDUCED HYPERACTIVITY AND CONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCE IN MICE

      General pharmacology
    38. KIM HS; JANG CG; PARK WK
      INHIBITION BY MK-801 OF MORPHINE-INDUCED CONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCEAND POSTSYNAPTIC DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR SUPERSENSITIVITY IN MICE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    39. KIM HS; JANG CG; OH KW; SEONG YH; RHEU HM; CHO DH; KANG SY
      EFFECTS OF GINSENG TOTAL SAPONIN ON COCAINE-INDUCED HYPERACTIVITY ANDCONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCE IN MICE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    40. KOSTRZEWA RM; BRUS R; PERRY KW; FULLER RW
      DOPAMINE AND 5-HT RECEPTOR SENSITIVITY DOES NOT CORRELATE WITH NEOSTRIATAL DOPAMINE OR 5-HT CONTENT

      Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis
    41. IWATA S; SHIMIZU T; NOMOTO M; FUKUDA T
      CHARACTERISTIC UP-REGULATION OF DOPAMINE D-1-RECEPTOR IN RAT STRIATUMAFTER 6-HYDROXYDOPAMINE TREATMENT

      Japanese Journal of Pharmacology
    42. OTT MC; MISHRA RK; JOHNSON RL
      MODULATION OF DOPAMINERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION IN THE 6-HYDROXYDOPAMINELESIONED ROTATIONAL MODEL BY PEPTIDOMIMETIC ANALOGS OF L-PROLYL-L-LEUCYL-GLYCINAMIDE

      Brain research
    43. LAHOSTE GJ; RUSKIN DN; MARSHALL JF
      CEREBROCORTICAL FOS EXPRESSION FOLLOWING DOPAMINERGIC STIMULATION - D1 D2 SYNERGISM AND ITS BREAKDOWN/

      Brain research
    44. DEMASI M; BECHARA EJH
      CHLORPROMAZINE STIMULATORY EFFECT ON IRON UPTAKE BY RAT-BRAIN SYNAPTOSOMES

      Biochemical pharmacology
    45. HUME SP; OPACKAJUFFRY J; MYERS R; AHIER RG; ASHWORTH S; BROOKS DJ; LAMMERTSMA AA
      EFFECT OF L-DOPA AND 6-HYDROXYDOPAMINE LESIONING ON [C-11] RACLOPRIDEBINDING IN RAT STRIATUM, QUANTIFIED USING PET

      Synapse
    46. PATEL TD; AZMITIA EC; ZHOU FC
      INCREASED 5-HT1A RECEPTOR IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE RAT HIPPOCAMPUS FOLLOWING 5,7-DIHYDROXYTRYPTAMINE LESIONS IN THE CINGULUM BUNDLE AND FIMBRIA-FORNIX

      Behavioural brain research
    47. GOLD R; LENOX RH
      IS THERE A RATIONALE FOR IRON SUPPLEMENTATION IN THE TREATMENT OF AKATHISIA - A REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE

      The Journal of clinical psychiatry
    48. COPPENS HJ; SEBENS JB; KORF J
      CATALEPSY, FOS PROTEIN, AND DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR OCCUPANCY AFTER LONG-TERM HALOPERIDOL TREATMENT

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    49. KIM HS; KANG JG; SEONG YH; NAM KY; OH KW
      BLOCKADE BY GINSENG TOTAL SAPONIN OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF COCAINE-INDUCED REVERSE TOLERANCE AND DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR SUPERSENSITIVITY IN MICE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    50. KIM HS; KANG JG; RHEU HM; CHO DH; OH KW
      BLOCKADE BY GINSENG TOTAL SAPONIN OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF METHAMPHETAMINE REVERSE TOLERANCE AND DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR SUPERSENSITIVITY IN MICE

      Planta medica
    51. MATSUDA H; AKECHI Y; SHIMADA Y; TERASAWA K; WATANABE H
      RELATIONSHIP OF THE IPSILATERAL ROTATION IN NIGHT PERIOD AND STRIATALDOPAMINE CONTENT REDUCTION IN UNILATERAL NIGROSTRIATAL 6-OHDA LESIONED RATS

      Brain research
    52. GNANALINGHAM KK; HUNTER AJ; JENNER P; MARSDEN CD
      STIMULATION OF ADENYLATE-CYCLASE ACTIVITY BY BENZAZEPINE D-1 DOPAMINEAGONISTS WITH VARYING EFFICACIES IN THE 6-HYDROXYDOPAMINE LESIONED RAT-RELATIONSHIP TO CIRCLING BEHAVIOR

      Biochemical pharmacology
    53. FORNAGUERA J; HUSTON JP; CAREY RJ; SCHWARTING RKW
      STIMULATION OF D-1-RECEPTORS OR D-2-RECEPTORS IN DRUG-NAIVE RATS WITHDIFFERENT DEGREES OF UNILATERAL NIGRO-STRIATAL DOPAMINE LESIONS

      Psychopharmacology
    54. RODER C; BELLMANN R; MCCARSON KE; KRAUSE JE; SPERK G
      KAINIC ACID-INDUCED SEIZURES CAUSE A MARKED INCREASE IN THE EXPRESSION OF NEUROKININ-3 RECEPTOR MESSENGER-RNA IN THE RAT CEREBELLUM

      Neuroscience letters
    55. COLE DG; KOBIERSKI LA; KONRADI C; HYMAN SE
      6-HYDROXYDOPAMINE LESIONS OF RAT SUBSTANTIA-NIGRA UP-REGULATE DOPAMINE-INDUCED PHOSPHORYLATION OF THE CAMP-RESPONSE ELEMENT-BINDING PROTEININ STRIATAL NEURONS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    56. BENSHACHAR D; LIVNE E; SPANIER I; LEENDERS KL; YOUDIM MBH
      TYPICAL AND ATYPICAL NEUROLEPTICS INDUCE ALTERATION IN BLOOD-BRAIN-BARRIER AND BRAIN (FECL3)-FE-59, UPTAKE

      Journal of neurochemistry
    57. CAREY RJ; PINHEIROCARRERA M; TOMAZ C; HUSTON JP
      EARLY L-DOPA TREATMENT INITIALLY RETARDS BUT LATER ENHANCES DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR SUPERSENSITIVITY FOLLOWING UNILATERAL DOPAMINE DENERVATION

      Brain research
    58. MORELLI M; FENU S; PINNA A; COZZOLINO A; CARTA A; DICHIARA G
      PRIMING TO DOPAMINE AGONIST-INDUCED CONTRALATERAL TURNING AS A MODEL OF NONASSOCIATIVE SENSITIZATION TO THE EXPRESSION OF THE POSTSYNAPTIC DOPAMINE MESSAGE

      Behavioural pharmacology
    59. CARDOSO F; JANKOVIC J
      MOVEMENT-DISORDERS

      Neurologic clinics
    60. KOSTRZEWA RM; KASTIN AJ
      TYR-MIF-1 ATTENUATES DEVELOPMENT OF TOLERANCE TO SPIPERONE-INDUCED CATALEPSY IN RATS

      Brain research bulletin
    61. BEARD JL; CONNOR JD; JONES BC
      BRAIN IRON - LOCATION AND FUNCTION

      Progress in food and nutrition science
    62. HERVE D; LEVISTRAUSS M; MAREYSEMPER I; VERNEY C; TASSIN JP; GLOWINSKI J; GIRAULT JA
      GOLF AND GS IN RAT BASAL GANGLIA - POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF GOLF IN THE COUPLING OF DOPAMINE-D1 RECEPTOR WITH ADENYLYL CYCLASE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    63. ZHANG SP; ZHOU LW; NATSUKARI N; WEISS B
      CONTINUOUSLY INFUSING QUINPIROLE DECREASES CA2-DEPENDENT PHOSPHORYLATION IN MOUSE STRIATUM( CALMODULIN)

      Neurochemistry international
    64. HOSSAIN MA; WEINER N
      DOPAMINERGIC FUNCTIONAL SUPERSENSITIVITY - EFFECTS OF CHRONIC L-DOPA AND CARBIDOPA TREATMENT IN AN ANIMAL-MODEL OF PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    65. KOSTRZEWA RM; GUO JP; KOSTRZEWA FP
      ONTOGENIC QUINPIROLE TREATMENT INDUCES VERTICAL JUMPING ACTIVITY IN RATS

      European journal of pharmacology


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