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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 α 1A-Adrenoceptors in rabbit bronchus Issei, Takayanagi
1991
249-270 2 p. 281-283
3 p.
artikel
2 A68930: a potent agonist selective for the dopamine D1 receptor DeNinno, Michael P.
1991
249-270 2 p. 209-219
11 p.
artikel
3 A binding site for [3H]glipizide in the rat cerebral cortex Lupo, Brigette
1987
249-270 2 p. 157-169
13 p.
artikel
4 Abnormality of smooth muscle functions in diabetic rats Sakai, Y.
1990
249-270 2 p. 550-551
2 p.
artikel
5 ABP, a new type of antiepliptic agent Li, X.-M.
1990
249-270 2 p. 609-
1 p.
artikel
6 Absence of a ‘cholinergic link’ in the apomorphine-induced feedback inhibition of dopamine synthesis in rat striatum Van Zwieten-Boot, Barbara J.
1976
249-270 2 p. 245-250
6 p.
artikel
7 Absence of detectable striatal dopamine D4 receptors in drug-treated schizophrenia Reynolds, Gavin P.
1995
249-270 2 p. R5-R6
nvt p.
artikel
8 Absence of [3H]SCH 23390 specific binding sites in anterior pituitary: Dissociation from effects on prolactin secretion Rovescalli, Alessandra C.
1987
249-270 2 p. 129-136
8 p.
artikel
9 Absence of 2-phenylethylamine binding after monoamine oxidase inhibition in rat brain Li, Xin-Min
1992
249-270 2 p. 189-193
5 p.
artikel
10 Absorption of cypermethrin through rat skin in vitro Hotchkiss, S.A.
1990
249-270 2 p. 367-
1 p.
artikel
11 Absorption of the psychotropic agent ipsapirone-HCL along the human gastrointestinal tract. an HF-capsule study Staib, A.H.
1990
249-270 2 p. 393-394
2 p.
artikel
12 A Ca2+-activated K+ channel from rabbit aorta: modulation by cromakalim Gelband, Craig H.
1989
249-270 2 p. 201-210
10 p.
artikel
13 A calorigenic effect of imipramine in the mouse? Ankier, S.I.
1969
249-270 2 p. 224-226
3 p.
artikel
14 Acceleration phenomenon of granuloma formation caused by felt-pellet in rats Nakamura, Hideo
1974
249-270 2 p. 198-205
8 p.
artikel
15 Accumulation and disappearance of 3H-5-hydroxytryptamine formed from 3H-tryptophan in mouse brain; Effect of LSD-25 Schubert, Johan
1970
249-270 2 p. 215-224
10 p.
artikel
16 Accumulation of basic drugs in 5-hydroxytryptamine storage organelles of rabbit blood platelets Prada, MoséDa
1975
249-270 2 p. 179-185
7 p.
artikel
17 Accurate prediction of xanthine oxidase inhibition based on the structure of flavonoids Van Hoorn, Danny E.C
2002
249-270 2 p. 111-118
8 p.
artikel
18 Acebutolol, a beta-blocking agent, down modulates the spontaneous polyclonal activation of lymphocytes of NZB x NZW mice In, S.
1990
249-270 2 p. 620-
1 p.
artikel
19 A centrally acting antihypertensive agent (R28935) not mediated via central α-adrenoreceptors Finch, Lionel
1975
249-270 2 p. 409-412
4 p.
artikel
20 Acetylcholine receptors on Renshaw cells of the rat Headley, P.Max
1975
249-270 2 p. 252-259
8 p.
artikel
21 Acetylcholinesterase and cholinesterase activities in the mouse cerebellum following misonidazole treatment Clarke, Claire
1981
249-270 2 p. 209-211
3 p.
artikel
22 Acetylcholine vasodilation of resistance vessels in vivo may not entirely depend on newly synthesized nitric oxide Ross, Gordon
1991
249-270 2 p. 291-293
3 p.
artikel
23 Acknowledgement to reviewers 1987
249-270 2 p. 265-277
13 p.
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24 Acknowledgement to reviewers 1975
249-270 2 p. 380-383
4 p.
artikel
25 Acknowledgement to reviewers 1978
249-270 2 p. 223-229
7 p.
artikel
26 A comparative study of the effects of cinnarizine, sulpiride and thiethylperazine on vestibular nystagmus in rabbits Oosterveld, Wilhelmus J.
1978
249-270 2 p. 91-96
6 p.
artikel
27 A comparison in conscious and anaesthetized dogs of the effect on blood pressure of bradykinin, kallidin, eledoisin and kallikrein Pearson, Leonie
1967
249-270 2 p. 83-87
5 p.
artikel
28 A comparison of conditional cardiovascular responses induced by centrally and peripherally acting drugs Rush, M.L.
1970
249-270 2 p. 130-138
9 p.
artikel
29 A comparison of endothelium-derived relaxing factor activity in the coronary and renal arteries of the pig Christie, Mark I.
1991
249-270 2 p. 143-149
7 p.
artikel
30 A comparison of 1-p-acetyldeoxyephedrine and 4-methyl-α-ethyl-m-tyramine as to lowering of brain seroton1n, and their antagonism by antidepressants Dubnick, B.
1973
249-270 2 p. 121-128
8 p.
artikel
31 A comparison of the behavioural effects of some hypotensive imidazoline derivatives in rats Laverty, R.
1970
249-270 2 p. 163-169
7 p.
artikel
32 A comparison of the effects of calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) and (−)-Bay K 8644 on rat atrial and papillary muscle Poulsen, S.H.
1990
249-270 2 p. 365-366
2 p.
artikel
33 A comparison of the effects of hexobendine with those of anoxia on the concentration of myocardial metabolites in vivo Kraupp, O.
1967
249-270 2 p. 140-152
13 p.
artikel
34 A comparison of the effects of 8-OH-DPAT pretreatment on different behavioural responses to 8-OH-DPAT O'Connell, Mark T.
1996
249-270 2 p. 137-143
7 p.
artikel
35 A comparison of the effects of various sulfhydryl reagents on neuromuscular transmission Chang, C.C.
1970
249-270 2 p. 195-203
9 p.
artikel
36 A comparison of the neurochemical and behavioral effects of clenbuterol and desipramine Finnegan, Kevin T.
1987
249-270 2 p. 131-136
6 p.
artikel
37 A comparison of the neurochemicals effects of buprenorphine with those of morphine and haloperidol in rats Dettmar, Pater W.
1981
249-270 2 p. 147-153
7 p.
artikel
38 A comparison of the neurotoxic potential of methylenedioxyamphetamine (MDA) and its N-methylated and N-ethylated derivatives Stone, Donna M.
1987
249-270 2 p. 245-248
4 p.
artikel
39 A comparison of the pharmacological actions of 4-aminopyridine and two of its derivatives in the monkey Biessels, Pieter T.M.
1987
249-270 2 p. 155-159
5 p.
artikel
40 A comparison of the relaxant effects of pinacidil in guinea-pig trachea, aorta and pulmonary artery Mellemkjær, Søren
1989
249-270 2 p. 275-280
6 p.
artikel
41 A comparison of the vasodepressor effects of the cyclic endoperoxides PGG2 and PGH2 with those of PGD2 and PGE2 in hypertensive and normotensive rats Armstrong, J.Michael
1976
249-270 2 p. 251-258
8 p.
artikel
42 A constituent of khat leaves with amphetamine-like releasing properties Kalix, Peter
1980
249-270 2 p. 213-215
3 p.
artikel
43 ACTH-(1–24) antagonizes the contractile effect of morphine on the isolated rat colon Castelli, Mario
1985
249-270 2 p. 213-214
2 p.
artikel
44 ACTH-like peptides and opiate receptors in the rat brain: Structure-activity studies Terenius, Lars
1975
249-270 2 p. 395-399
5 p.
artikel
45 Actin-ADP-ribosylating toxins as pharmacological tools Aktories, K.
1990
249-270 2 p. 617-
1 p.
artikel
46 Action mechanisms of some vasorelaxants isolated from Chinese herbs Teng, C.-M.
1990
249-270 2 p. 607-
1 p.
artikel
47 Action of a cobra neurotoxin on denervated rat skeletal muscle Eaker, D.
1971
249-270 2 p. 254-256
3 p.
artikel
48 Action of angiotensin on uptake, release and metabolism of 14C-noradrenaline by isolated rabbit hearts Starke, Klaus
1971
249-270 2 p. 112-123
12 p.
artikel
49 Action of antiepileptic and anaesthetic drugs on Na- and Ca-spikes in mammalian non-myelinated axons Elliott, Peter
1990
249-270 2 p. 155-163
9 p.
artikel
50 Action of calcitonin gene-related peptide on rat aortic smooth muscle Vallotton, Michel B.
1989
249-270 2 p. 219-222
4 p.
artikel
51 Action of clonidine on baroreceptor reflexes in conscious dogs Walland, Alexander
1974
249-270 2 p. 184-190
7 p.
artikel
52 Action of clonidine on the baroreceptor pathway and medullary sites mediating vagal bradycardia Laubie, Michel
1976
249-270 2 p. 293-303
11 p.
artikel
53 Action of [1,6-Di-alanine]-oxytocin and [1,6-Di-serine]-oxytocin on the rat uterus and mammary gland in vitro Poláček, Ivo
1970
249-270 2 p. 239-245
7 p.
artikel
54 Action of 5-hydroxytryptamine on electrical activity of auerbach's plexus in the ileum of the morphine dependent guinea pig Takayanagi, Issei
1974
249-270 2 p. 252-254
3 p.
artikel
55 Action of methylxanthines and imidazole on the contractility of the terminal ileum of the guinea pig Kažić, Tomislav
1977
249-270 2 p. 103-111
9 p.
artikel
56 Action of monoclonal antibody against calcium channels Wray, D.W.
1990
249-270 2 p. 248-
1 p.
artikel
57 Action of m-tyrosine in experimental models: Evidence for possible antiparkinsonian activity Ungerstedt, U.
1973
249-270 2 p. 230-237
8 p.
artikel
58 Action of parathyroid extract on arterial blood pressure and on contraction and 45Ca exchange in isolated aorta of the rat Schleiffer, R.
1979
249-270 2 p. 163-167
5 p.
artikel
59 Action of phospholipase C at the neuromuscular junction in rodent skeletal muscles Harborne, Alan J.
1987
249-270 2 p. 163-170
8 p.
artikel
60 Action of pyrazolopyridines as modulators of [3H]flunitrazepam binding to the GABA/benzodiazepine receptor complex of the cerebellum Supavilai, Porntip
1981
249-270 2 p. 183-193
11 p.
artikel
61 Action of streptomycin on the uterus Džoljić, Mihailo
1967
249-270 2 p. 123-126
4 p.
artikel
62 Action of tetrodotoxin on spontaneous electrical activity of some smooth muscle preparations Tonini, Marcello
1974
249-270 2 p. 236-240
5 p.
artikel
63 Action of tocainide and mexiletine on the excitation threshold of myelinated nerves Tippe, Armin
1987
249-270 2 p. 225-233
9 p.
artikel
64 Action of various 19-norsteroids on the uptake of radioactive testosterone by sex accessory organs of the mouse Thomas, John A.
1970
249-270 2 p. 235-238
4 p.
artikel
65 Actions and interactions of benzodiazepine agonists, antagonists and inverse agonists on suprahyoid muscle twitching James, Vernon
1985
249-270 2 p. 233-238
6 p.
artikel
66 Actions of adrenergic drugs on motoneurons acutely dissociated from bullfrog spinal cord Adachi, S.
1990
249-270 2 p. 425-
1 p.
artikel
67 Actions of amiodarone on mitochondrial ATPase and lactate dehydrogenase activities in guinea pig heart preparations Dzimiri, Nduna
1993
249-270 2 p. 113-118
6 p.
artikel
68 Actions of calcium antagonists on pre- and postjunctional effects of neuropeptide Y on human peripheral blood vessels in vitro Pernow, John
1987
249-270 2 p. 207-218
12 p.
artikel
69 Actions of CP-060S on veratridine-induced Ca2+ overload in cardiomyocytes and mechanical activities in vascular strips Tamura, Kazuhiko
1996
249-270 2 p. 195-202
8 p.
artikel
70 Actions of 1-(3,4-dimethoxyphenyl)-1,4-butanediol and its derivatives on histamine- and metecholine-induced bronchoconstriction Panthong, A.
1990
249-270 2 p. 220-
1 p.
artikel
71 Actions of lidoflazine on neuromascular transmission Onur, R.
1972
249-270 2 p. 245-250
6 p.
artikel
72 Actions of mefloquine and related antimalarials on the isolated chick biventer cervicis preparation Go, M.L.
1990
249-270 2 p. 542-543
2 p.
artikel
73 Actions of nitric oxide and expression of the mRNA encoding nitric oxide synthase in rat vagal afferent neurons Lawrence, Andrew J.
1996
249-270 2 p. 127-133
7 p.
artikel
74 Actions of TN-871 on enteric neurons of guinea pigs: investigations with intracellular electrical recording ane fluorescence measurement using fura-2 Katayama, Y.
1990
249-270 2 p. 264-
1 p.
artikel
75 Activation by diphenylthiohydantoin of inhibitory influences on spinal motor activity Grossmann, Werner
1974
249-270 2 p. 214-220
7 p.
artikel
76 Activation of adenylate cyclase by dopamine, GTP, NaF and forskolin in striatal membranes of neonatal, adult and senescent rats Nomura, Yasuyuki
1984
249-270 2 p. 437-440
4 p.
artikel
77 Activation of cortical tryptophan hydroxylase by acute morphine treatment: blockade by 6-hydroxydopamine Boadle-Bibe, Margaret C.
1987
249-270 2 p. 193-204
12 p.
artikel
78 Activation of glucocorticold receptors and the effect of naloxone during hemorrhagic hypotension Eijgelshoven, Marcel H.J.
1991
249-270 2 p. 183-189
7 p.
artikel
79 Activation of K+ channel in vascular smooth muscles by cytochrome P450 metabolites of arachidonic acid Hu, Shiling
1993
249-270 2 p. 215-221
7 p.
artikel
80 Activation of mast cells induced by agonists of proteinase-activated receptors under normal conditions and during acute inflammation in rats Dugina, Tamara N.
2003
249-270 2 p. 141-147
7 p.
artikel
81 Activation of metabotropic receptors has a neuroprotective effect in a rodent model of focal ischaemia Chiamulera, Christian
1992
249-270 2 p. 335-336
2 p.
artikel
82 Activation of nuclear transcription factor κB in rat carrageenin-induced pleurisy D'Acquisto, Fulvio
1999
249-270 2 p. 233-236
4 p.
artikel
83 Activation of the cannabinoid receptor by Δ 9-tetrahydrocannabinol reduces γ-aminobutyric acid uptake in the globus pallidus Maneuf, Yannick P.
1996
249-270 2 p. 161-164
4 p.
artikel
84 Active bicarbonate-dependent secretion evoked by 5-hydroxytryptamine in porcine ileal mucosa is mediated by opioid-sensitive enteric neurons Green, Benedict T
2002
249-270 2 p. 185-190
6 p.
artikel
85 Active site mapping of various cytochromes P450 isozymes Donné-Op den, Kelder G.M.
1990
249-270 2 p. 181-
1 p.
artikel
86 Activity of 2-(5-methyl-4-imidazolyl)-ethylamine (5-methylhistamine) on the gastric secretion of different laboratory animals and of man Bertaccini, G.
1974
249-270 2 p. 360-367
8 p.
artikel
87 Activity of novel 4-PIOL analogues at human α1β2γ2S GABAA receptors—correlation with hydrophobicity Mortensen, Martin
2002
249-270 2 p. 125-132
8 p.
artikel
88 Acute and lasting neurochemical effects in the rat brain after chronic propranolol treatment in development Erdtsieck-Ernste, E.
1990
249-270 2 p. 423-424
2 p.
artikel
89 Acute, chronic and lasting neurochemical effects in rat brain of neonatal administration of clonidine and yohimbine Feenstra, M.
1990
249-270 2 p. 422-423
2 p.
artikel
90 Acute coronary artery occlusion-reperfusion-induced arrhythmias in rats, dogs and pigs: Antiarrhythmic evaluation of quinidine, procainamide and lidocaine Bergey, James L.
1982
249-270 2 p. 205-216
12 p.
artikel
91 Acute effects of direct dopamine agonists in the mouse behavioral despair test Duterte-Boucher, Dominique
1988
249-270 2 p. 185-190
6 p.
artikel
92 Acute effects of morphine on rat intestinal motility Burks, Thomas F.
1976
249-270 2 p. 279-283
5 p.
artikel
93 Acute effects of taurine and a taurine antagonist on ethanol-induced central nervous system depression Mattucci-Schiavone, Linda
1985
249-270 2 p. 275-278
4 p.
artikel
94 Acute hemodynamic and renal effects of adrenomedullin in rats with aortocaval shunt Willenbrock, Roland
1999
249-270 2 p. 195-203
9 p.
artikel
95 Acute hypotension due to carrageenan, arachidonic acid and slow reacting substance C in the rabbit: Role of platelets and nature of pharmacological antagonism Vargaftig, Bernardo B.
1977
249-270 2 p. 125-141
17 p.
artikel
96 Acute partial sympathetic blockade by reserpine in the isolated rabbits' heart Misu, Y.
1972
249-270 2 p. 267-275
9 p.
artikel
97 Acute tolerance to diazepam in cats and its possible relationship to diazepam metabolism Barnett, A.
1971
249-270 2 p. 239-243
5 p.
artikel
98 Acylated enzymes: properties and potential therapeutic applications Martins, M.B.F.
1990
249-270 2 p. 401-
1 p.
artikel
99 Adaptations to chronic agonist exposure of μ-opioid receptor-expressing Chinese hamster ovary cells Kato, Shigehisa
1998
249-270 2 p. 221-228
8 p.
artikel
100 Additive effects of atrial natriuretic polypeptide and of renal vasodilating agents in the anesthetized dog Akabane, Satoshi
1986
249-270 2 p. 181-189
9 p.
artikel
101 Adenosine A2A receptor antagonism potentiates l-DOPA-induced turning behaviour and c-fos expression in 6-hydroxydopamine-lesioned rats Fenu, Sandro
1997
249-270 2 p. 143-147
5 p.
artikel
102 Adenosine A2A receptors inhibit the N-methyl-d-aspartate component of excitatory synaptic currents in rat striatal neurons Gerevich, Zoltan
2002
249-270 2 p. 161-164
4 p.
artikel
103 Adenosine A2A receptor stimulation enhances striatal extracellular glutamate levels in rats Popoli, Patrizia
1995
249-270 2 p. 215-217
3 p.
artikel
104 Adenosine analogs inhibit gastric acid secretion Westerberg, Verner S.
1989
249-270 2 p. 275-281
7 p.
artikel
105 Adenosine and the bradycardiac response to vagus nerve stimulation in rats Monteiro, Emília C.
1991
249-270 2 p. 193-202
10 p.
artikel
106 Adenosine A2 receptor-mediated modulation of contralateral rotation induced by metabotropic glutamate receptor activation Kearney, Jennifer A.Feeley
1995
249-270 2 p. 115-120
6 p.
artikel
107 Adenosine A2 receptors inhibit morphine self-administration in rats Sahraei, Hedayat
1999
249-270 2 p. 107-113
7 p.
artikel
108 Adenosine 3′,5′-cyclic monophosphate as a possible mediator of rotational behaviour induced by dopaminergic receptor stimulation in rats lesioned unilaterally in the substantia nigra Satoh, Hisashi
1976
249-270 2 p. 365-377
13 p.
artikel
109 Adenosine inhibition of 45Ca by rat brain synaptosomes electrically stimulated Gonçalves, M.L.
1990
249-270 2 p. 486-
1 p.
artikel
110 Adenosine inhibits the release of atrial natriuretic peptide from the perfused rat heart Uusima, Paavo A.
1993
249-270 2 p. 199-203
5 p.
artikel
111 Adenosine kinase inhibitors augment release of adenosine from spinal cord slices Golembiowska, Krystyna
1996
249-270 2 p. 157-162
6 p.
artikel
112 Adenosine triphosphate levels during anaphylactic histamine release in rat mast cells in vitro. Effects of glycolytic and respiratory inhibitors Johansen, Torben
1979
249-270 2 p. 107-115
9 p.
artikel
113 Adenyl cyclase activity in bovine adrenal medulla Serck-Hanssen, Guldborg
1972
249-270 2 p. 297-300
4 p.
artikel
114 A direct action of oral hypoglycaemic agents on the rat liver? Skett, P.
1990
249-270 2 p. 287-
1 p.
artikel
115 A dose ratio comparison of the interaction between morphine and cyclazocine with naloxone in rhesus monkeys on the shock titration task Yaksh, Tony L.
1977
249-270 2 p. 83-92
10 p.
artikel
116 A double-blind placebo controlled study of the psychometric effects of the SL 85.0324, a new H1 antagonist drag compared to terfenadhine and triprolidine in healthy subjects Danjou, Ph.
1990
249-270 2 p. 534-
1 p.
artikel
117 A double-blind, placebo-controlled study of the tolerability and effects on platelet MAO-B activity of single oral doses of MDL 72,974A in normal volunteers Harland, D.
1990
249-270 2 p. 530-
1 p.
artikel
118 Adrenalectomy, but not vagotomy, reverses the worsening effect of Ca2+ blockers on ethanol-induced gastric lesions in rats Glavin, Gary B.
1991
249-270 2 p. 171-175
5 p.
artikel
119 Adrenaline Infusion in heart transplanted patients: effects on hemodynamics and myocardial metabolism of catecholamines Caturla, M.C.
1990
249-270 2 p. 357-
1 p.
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120 Adrenaline reversal by CIBA 1002-Go Grewal, R.S.
1969
249-270 2 p. 153-160
8 p.
artikel
121 Adrenal involvement in captopril-induced potentiation of morphine analgesia Das, Sumantra
1982
249-270 2 p. 217-220
4 p.
artikel
122 Adrenal, plasma and urinary corticosteroids during single or repeated administration of morphine in cats Borrell, José
1975
249-270 2 p. 237-242
6 p.
artikel
123 α-Adrenergic activity of N,N-dimethyldopamine (DMDA) Kitzen, Jan M.
1976
249-270 2 p. 365-372
8 p.
artikel
124 α 2-adrenergic agonist and antagonist activity of the respective (−)- and (+)-enantiomers of 6-ethyl-9-oxaergoline (EOE) Lotti, Victor J.
1982
249-270 2 p. 211-215
5 p.
artikel
125 Adrenergic and ‘non-adrenergic’ contributions to the two-component tetanus in the rat vas deferens Amobi, Nnaemeka I.B.
1987
249-270 2 p. 173-182
10 p.
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126 Adrenergic beta blockade and changes in plasma potassium following epinephrine administration Grassi, Angela O.
1971
249-270 2 p. 209-213
5 p.
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127 β-Adrenergic blockade and atrio-ventricular conduction impairment Giudicelli, Jean-François
1975
249-270 2 p. 216-225
10 p.
artikel
128 Adrenergic changes due to pertussis: Insulin, glucose and free fatty acids Tabachnik, I.I.A.
1969
249-270 2 p. 186-195
10 p.
artikel
129 Adrenergic-induced hyperglycemia in anaesthetized rats: involvement of peripheral α 2-adrenoceptors Angel, Itzchak
1988
249-270 2 p. 191-196
6 p.
artikel
130 β-Adrenergic inhibitory effect of alloimmune antibody on isolated oviductal tract of mice Borda, Enri S.
1984
249-270 2 p. 195-200
6 p.
artikel
131 α1-Adrenergic receptor involvement in the LH surge in ovariectomized estrogen-primed rats Drouva, Sophia V.
1982
249-270 2 p. 341-344
4 p.
artikel
132 Adrenergic receptors in amylase secretion from rabbit paratid gland Yamamoto, Iwao
1968
249-270 2 p. 123-130
8 p.
artikel
133 β-Adrenergic receptors in rat heart: Effects of thyroidectomy Banerjee, Shailesh P.
1977
249-270 2 p. 207-208
2 p.
artikel
134 Adrenergic receptors in the veins of the dog Guimarães, S.
1969
249-270 2 p. 133-140
8 p.
artikel
135 Adrenergic receptors in turtle ventricle myocardium Van Harn, Gordon L.
1973
249-270 2 p. 145-150
6 p.
artikel
136 Adrenergic receptors of cerebral microvessels Harik, Sami I.
1980
249-270 2 p. 207-208
2 p.
artikel
137 α-adrenergic regulation of action potentials in isolated rat cardiomyocytes Vogel, Stephen M.
1989
249-270 2 p. 231-239
9 p.
artikel
138 Adrenergic stimulation of vascular prostacyclin: role of α1-receptors in smooth muscle cells Boeynaems, Jean-Marie
1987
249-270 2 p. 193-200
8 p.
artikel
139 α1-adrenoceptor agonists behave like depsiniine D agonists in reinstating quinpirole-induced Eocomotor stimulation blocked by dopamine depletion in mice Eshel, G.
1990
249-270 2 p. 407-
1 p.
artikel
140 β-adrenoceptor and cyclo-oxygenase block as a tool for evoking the direct bronchoconstrictor effect of leukotriene C4 in the guinea-pig Schiantarelli, Piero
1984
249-270 2 p. 263-269
7 p.
artikel
141 α-adrenoceptor antagonistic and calcium antagonistic effects of nicergoline in the rat isolated aorta Heitz, Christiane
1986
249-270 2 p. 279-285
7 p.
artikel
142 β-Adrenoceptor blockade enhances the anticonvulsant effect of glutamate receptor antagonists against maximal electroshock Luchowska, Elzbieta
2001
249-270 2 p. 209-214
6 p.
artikel
143 α-Adrenoceptor-mediated pressor responses in pithed rats fed diets with different calcium contents Civantos, Beatriz
1999
249-270 2 p. 91-101
11 p.
artikel
144 α 2-Adrenoceptor modulation of nociception in rat spinal cord: location, effects and interactions with morphine Sullivan, Ann F.
1987
249-270 2 p. 169-177
9 p.
artikel
145 α2-adrenoceptor number and function in rat brain after long-term administration of psychomotor stimulants Hollingsworth, P.J.
1990
249-270 2 p. 446-
1 p.
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146 Adrenoceptors and cholinoceptors in the rabbit iris Persson, Henry
1971
249-270 2 p. 240-244
5 p.
artikel
147 Adrenoceptors and dopamine receptors are not involved in the discriminative stimulus effect of the 5-HT1A receptor agonist flesinoxan Ybema, Caroline E.
1994
249-270 2 p. 141-147
7 p.
artikel
148 β-Adrenoceptor-sensitive adenylate cyclase is inhibited by activation of μ-opioid receptors in rat striatal neurons Van Vliet, Bernard J.
1991
249-270 2 p. 295-300
6 p.
artikel
149 α 2-Adrenoceptors inhibit a nociceptive response in neonatal rat spinal cord Kendig, Joan J.
1991
249-270 2 p. 293-300
8 p.
artikel
150 α2-Adrenoceptors in the guinea-pig uterus: heterogeneity in the circular and longitudinal smooth muscle layers Haynes, John M.
1993
249-270 2 p. 231-237
7 p.
artikel
151 α 2-Adrenoceptors in the HT 29 human colon adenocarcinoma cell line: Characterization with [3H]clonidine; Effects on cyclic AMP accumulation Bouscarel, Bernard
1985
249-270 2 p. 223-231
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319 Antagonistic properties of four suramin-related compounds at vascular purine P2X receptors in the pithed rat Urbanek, Ernst
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330 Antiarrhythmic and bradycardic drugs inhibit currents of cloned K+ channels, KV1.2 and KV1.4 Yamagishi, Toshio
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331 Antiarrhythmic and electrophysiological effects of CH-200 Hashimoto, Keitaro
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333 Antiasthmatic action and components of the Chinese herb Artemisia argyi Bian, R.-L.
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334 Anti-asthmatic action of a TXA2 synthetase inhibitor (OKY-046) Ikeoa, S.
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335 Antibodies against intercellular adhesion molecule 1 protect against myocardial ischaemia-reperfusion injury in rat Ioculano, Mariapatrizia
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336 Antibody directed drug design Wolff, M.E.
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337 Anticancer study of several new plant drugs Xu, B.
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415 Applications invited for 1977–1978 Johananoff international fellowship for advanced biomedical studies 1976
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460 Attenuation of burn-induced changes in hemodynamics and glucose metabolism by the PAF antagonist SRI 63-675 Lang, Charles
1988
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461 Attenuation of cerebral glucose use in kainic acid-treated rats by diazepam Chastain Jr., James E.
1987
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462 Attenuation of hemorrhagic shock by the non-glucocorticoid 21-aminosteroid U74006F Hall, Edward D.
1988
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463 Attenuation of hydrochlorothiazide-induced hypokalemia in dogs by a β-adrenergic blocking drug, timolol Sweet, Charles S.
1975
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464 Attenuation of ischemia-induced regional myocardial acidosis by LP-805, a newly developed vasodilator, in dogs Kazuo, Ichihara
1991
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465 Author index to volume 32 1975
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466 Author index to volume 30 1975
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467 Author index to volume 35 1976
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468 Author index to volume 38 1976
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469 Author index to volume 28 1974
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470 Author index to volume 39 1976
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471 Author index to volume 37 1976
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472 Author index to volume 40 1976
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473 Author index to volume 34 1975
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474 Author index to volume 31 1975
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475 Author index to volume 36 1976
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476 Author index to volume 29 1974
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477 Author index to volume 33 1975
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478 Author index to volume 26 1974
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479 Automutilation induced by clonidine in mice Razzak, Abdul
1975
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480 Autoradiographic binding and deoxyglucose studies in rat brain on the β-endorphin fragment des-enkephalin-γ-endorphin (DEγE; Org 5878) Ronken, E.
1990
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481 Autoradiographic distribution of adrenomedullin receptors in the rat brain Juaneda, Christian
2001
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482 Autoradiographic evidence for decrease in binding of μ- and δ-opioid receptors after subchronic [D-Ala2,D-Leu5]enkephalin treatment in rats Tao, Pao-Luh
1993
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483 Autoradiographic localisation of [3H]2-BFI imidazoline I2 binding sites in mouse brain MacInnes, Nicholas
2005
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484 Autoradiographic localisation of NPY receptors in rabbit kidney: comparison with rat, guinea-pig and human Leys, Katherine
1987
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485 Autoradiographic localisation of opiate receptors in rat small intestine Dashwood, M.R.
1985
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486 Autoradiographic localization of atriopeptin III receptors in rat kidney Murphy, Kenneth M.M.
1985
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487 Autoradiographic localization of benzomorphan binding sites in rat brain Crain, Barbara J.
1985
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488 Autoradiographic localization of [3H]quinpirole binding to dopamine D2 and D3 receptors in rat brain Gehlert, Donald R.
1992
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489 Autoradiographic localization of [3H]sulpiride binding sites in the rat brain Gehlert, D.R.
1984
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490 Autoradiographic localization of δ opioid receptors in the rat brain using a highly selective bis-penicillamine cyclic enkephalin analog Gulya, K.
1985
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491 Autoradiographic mapping of [3H]sumatriptan binding in cat brain stem and spinal cord Mills, Ann
1995
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492 Autoradiography of LSD and 2,5-dimethoxyphenylisopropylamine psychotomimetics demonstrates regional, specific cross-displacement in the rat brain McKenna, Dennis J.
1987
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493 Autoregulation of neuromuscular transmission in the guinea-pig saphenous artery Fujioka, Masahiko
1987
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494 A vasopressin presser receptor antagonist protects the rat gastric mucosa in the ethanol, reserpine, cold-restraint stress and indomethacin-indticed ulcer models László, F.
1990
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495 A zinc chelator inhibiting gelatinases exerts potent in vitro anti-invasive effects Ferry, Gilles
1998
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496 Baclofen influences lipopolysaccharide-mediated interleukin-6 release from murine pituicytes Kjeldsen, Tine H
2002
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497 Bacterial histidine decarboxylase in rat stomach Beaven, M.A.
1970
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498 Barbiturate recognition site on the GABA/benzodiazepine receptor complex is distinct from the picrotoxinin/TBPS recognition site Trifiletti, Rosario R.
1984
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499 Barbiturates allosterically inhibit GABA antagonist and benzodiazepine inverse agonist binding Wong, Erik H.F.
1984
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500 Basement membrane biosynthesis as a target for developing inhibitors of angiogenesis with antituittor activity Maragoudakis, M.E.
1990
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501 Bay K 8644 enhances Ca2+ channel activities in embryonic chick heart cells without prolongation of open times Tohse, Noritsugu
1991
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502 BAY K 8644-enhances immobility in the mouse behavioral despair test, an effect blocked by nifedipine Mogilnicka, Ewa
1988
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503 BAY P 1455, a thiazolylaminobenzimidazole derivative with gastroprotective properties in the rat Grassi, Alessandro
1991
249-270 2 p. 251-259
9 p.
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504 Behavioral and biochemical effects of preferentially protecting monoamines in the brain against the action of reserpine Butcher, Larry L.
1972
249-270 2 p. 204-212
9 p.
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505 Behavioral and neurochemical effects of psychotomimetic drugs in neonate chicks Wallach, M.B.
1972
249-270 2 p. 259-269
11 p.
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506 Behavioral effects of acute and chronic buspirone Wettstein, Joseph G.
1988
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4 p.
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507 Behavioral effects of benzodiazepine ligands in non-dependent, diazepam-dependent and diazepam-withdrawn baboons Sannerud, Christine A.
1991
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11 p.
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508 Behavioral effects of d-amphetamine and caffeine in the squirrel monkey Stinnette, Mary J.
1975
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4 p.
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509 Behavioral effects of 2,5-dimethoxy-4-methylamphetamine (DOM) in rats and mice Yamamoto, Tsuneyuki
1975
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510 Behavioral effects of haloperidol after tyrosine hydroxylase inhibition Ahlenius, Sven
1971
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6 p.
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511 Behavioral effects of halothane in pigeons Frankenheim, J.M.
1970
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512 Behavioral effects of microinjections of SR 95103, a new GABA-A antagonist, into the medial hypothalamus or the mesencephalic central gray Schmitt, Pierre
1985
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513 Behavioral effects of NMDA receptor agonists and antagonists in combination with nitric oxide-related compounds Smith, James B.
2003
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514 Behavioral effects of rimcazole analogues alone and in combination with cocaine Katz, Jonathan L.
2003
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515 Behavioral sensitization is accompanied by an enhancement in amphetamine-stimulated dopamine release from striatal tissue in vitro Robinson, Terry E.
1982
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516 Behavioral suppressant effects of clonidine in strains of normotensive and hypertensive rats Tilson, Hugh A.
1977
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517 Behavioural and anti-psychotic effects of Ca2+ channel blockers in rhesus monkey Palit, Gautam
2001
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518 Behavioural and histological effects of low concentrations of intraventricular AF64A Gower, Alma J.
1989
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11 p.
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519 Behavioural depressant and antinociceptive properties of substance P in the mouse: Possible implication of brain monoamines Starr, Michael S.
1978
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10 p.
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520 Behavioural effects of a new non-phenylethylamine anorexigenic agent : Mazindol Zambotti, Fernanda
1976
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521 Behavioural, electrocortical and body temperature effects of cholera toxin Nisticò, Giuseppe
1976
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4 p.
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522 Bencyclan: A new drug with unusual membrane stabilizing properties in erythrocytes Kinsella, Helen C.
1978
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523 Beneficial effect of acebutolol on post-hypoxic recovery of cardiac contractility Hayashi, M.
1990
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524 Beneficial effect of the σ1 receptor agonist PRE-084 against the spatial learning deficits in aged rats Maurice, Tangui
2001
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525 Beneficial hemodynamic effects of milrinone and enalapril in conscious rats with healed myocardial infarction DeFelice, Albert
1989
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526 Benzamide anticonvulsants: a comparison of the pharmacology of LY201116 and two congeners with alternate para substituents Robertson, D.W.
1990
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527 Benzodiazepine agonist-type activity of raubasine, a rauwolfia serpentina alkaloid Charveron, Marie
1984
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528 Benzodiazepine and β-carboline modulation of GABA-stimulated 36Cl-influx in cultured spinal cord neurons Lehoullier, Paul F.
1987
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529 Benzodiazepine anticonvulsants accelerate and β-carboline convulsants decelerate the kinetics of [35S]TBPS binding at the chloride ionophore Maksay, Gábor
1985
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4 p.
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530 Benzodiazepine binding sites in human pineal gland Lowenstein, P.R.
1984
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531 Benzodiazepine inhibition of [3H]flunitrazepam binding and caffeine-induced seizures in mice Chweh, Andrew Y.
1986
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532 Benzodiazepine interactions at neuronal and smooth muscle Ca2+ channels Rampe, D.
1987
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533 Benzodiazepine receptor photoaffinity labeling: Correlation of function with binding Gibbs, T.T.
1985
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534 Benzodiazepine receptor sites in bovine pineal Lowenstein, Pedro R.
1982
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3 p.
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535 Benzodiazepine receptors: labeling in intact animals with [3H] flunitrazepam Chang, Raymond S.L.
1978
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536 Benzodiazepine receptors studied in living primates by positron emission tomography: inverse agonist interactions Hantraye, Philippe
1987
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537 Benzodiazepines: Potentiation of a GABA inhibitory response in the dorsal raphe nucleus Gallager, Dorothy W.
1978
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11 p.
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538 Benzofuran analogues of baclofen: a new class of central and peripheral GABAB-receptor antagonists Kerr, David I.B.
1989
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4 p.
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539 B-HT 958 — An antagonist at α 2-adrenoceptors and an agonist at dopamine autoreceptors in the brain Hörtnagl, Heide
1984
249-270 2 p. 335-344
10 p.
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540 BHT-920 and LY-171555 (quinpirole) have similar affinities for striatal D-2 dopamine receptors, and similar affinities for striatal D-1 dopamine receptors Ferré, Sergi
1989
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3 p.
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541 Bicuculline-sensitive GABA receptors in rat ovary Erdö, Sándor L.
1982
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4 p.
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542 Bifemelane enhances high K+-evoked release of glutamate from mossy fiber synaptosomes of guinea-pig hippocampus Ueda, Mutsuaki
1992
249-270 2 p. 271-277
7 p.
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543 Bimodal effect of oxytocin on avoidance behavior may be caused by the presence of two peptide sequences with opposite action in the same molecule Gaffori, Odile J.W.
1988
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6 p.
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544 Bimodal effects of phencyclidine on A10 dopamine neurons results from diverse actions at the PCP-receptor and dopamine uptake complex French, E.D.
1990
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2 p.
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545 Binary combinations of propofol and barbiturates on human α1 glycine receptors expressed in Xenopus oocytes Hadipour-Jahromy, Mahsa
2003
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546 Binding and degradation of angiotensin II by mecentric artery subcellular membranes Grover, A.K.
1985
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547 Binding characteristics of the bungarotoxin fraction II-S1 to rat brain membranes Quik, Maryka
1985
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548 Binding of α- and β-adrenergic ligands to cerebral cortical membranes: Effect of 6-hydroxydopamine treatment and relationship to the responsiveness of cyclic AMP-generating systems in two rat strains Skolnick, Phil
1978
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549 Binding of 1,4-benzodiazepines to a novel [3H]Ro15-4513 binding site in the rat spinal cord Maguire, Patricia A.
1995
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550 Binding of bromine-substituted analogs of methylphenidate to monoamine transporters Pan, Dongfeng
1994
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6 p.
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551 Binding of 14C-imipramine by pigmented and non-pigmented tissues Salazar, Margarita
1976
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552 Binding of d-threo-[11C]methylphenidate to the dopamine transporter in vivo: insensitivity to synaptic dopamine Gatley, S.John
1995
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553 Binding of [3H]ifenprodil, a novel NMDA antagonist, to a polyamine-sensitive site in the rat cerebral cortex Schoemaker, Hans
1990
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554 Binding of 3H-leu-enkephalin in rat striatum: Partial inhibition by morphine or naloxone Audigier, Y.
1977
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555 Binding of [3H]nitrendipine to cardiac and cerebral membranes from normotensive and renal, deoxycorticosterone/NaCl and spontaneously hypertensive rats Ishii, Kenji
1986
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556 Binding of (+)-3H-PN 200-110 (isradipine) to rat heart membranes. Modulation by amioride, quinacrine and calcium Stokke, M.
1990
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557 Binding of [3H](+)-PN200-110 to aortic membranes from normotensive and spontaneously hypertensive rats Ikeda, Shota
1994
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558 Binding of [ 3 H ]U-101958 to σ1 receptor-like sites in human cerebellum and neuroblastoma cells Helmeste, Daiga M.
1999
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559 Binding of phenoxybenzamine to rat platelets and platelet fractions Berry, Douglas G.
1975
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560 Binding of the glutamate carboxypeptidase II (NAALADase) inhibitor 2-PMPA to rat brain membranes Tiffany, Carol W
2001
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561 Binding of the 5-HT3 ligand, [3H]GR65630, to rat area postrema, vagus nerve and the brains of several species Kilpatrick, Gavin J.
1989
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562 Binding of the S(+)- and R(−)-enantiomers of bethanechol to muscarinic receptors in jejunal smooth muscle, nasal mucosa, atrial and ventricular myocardium of the rat Buhl, Thomas
1987
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563 σ Binding site ligands inhibit cell proliferation in mammary and colon carcinoma cell lines and melanoma cells in culture Brent, P.J.
1995
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564 Binding sites for [3H]tetracaine in synaptosomal sodium channel preparations from mouse brain Reith, Maarten E.A.
1987
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565 Binding sites for melanotropins and related peptides in rat brain Lichtensteiger, W.
1990
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566 Bioavailabilities of enteric coated and buffered salicylate tablets marketed in turkey in comparison with aspirinR tablets Ayanoǧlu-Dülger, G.
1990
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567 Bioavailability of (Asu1,7)eel-calcitonin after “nasal spray” or intramuscular administration in humans Clementi, G.
1990
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568 Bioavailability of a sustained release formulation of acipimox, following a single dose in healthy volunteers in fasting and fed conditions Efthymiopoulos, C.
1990
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569 Bioavailability of frusemide from lasix plain and sustained release preparation-kinetic and dynamic study Doshi, B.S.
1990
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570 Bioavailability of two formulations of carbocysteine in healthy volunteers Sabo, A.
1990
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2 p.
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571 Bioavailability studies of testosterone from 20 Aet-1 in castrated male cynomolgus monkeys Scott, G.
1990
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2 p.
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572 Biochemical and behavioral antagonism between fenfluramine and apomorphine in rats Jori, Armanda
1974
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5 p.
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573 Biochemical and mechanical effects of phenylephrine on the heart Verma, Subhash C.
1976
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574 Biochemical changes and the development of early ischemie and reperfusion arrhythmias Takács, E.I.
1990
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575 Biological activities of two endogenously occuring N-terminally extended forms of galanin in the rat spinal cord Bedecs, Katarina
1994
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576 Biological activity and chemical structure IUPAC-IUPHAR symposium 1976
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577 Biological activity of the methyl esters of prostaglandin E2 and its (15S)-15-methyl analogue Strand, James C.
1974
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578 Biological and chemical properties of two glucagon preparations with prolonged action Trading, F.
1969
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579 Biotransformation of glyceryl trinitrate by blood platelets as compared to vascular smooth muscle cells Weber, Artur-Aron
1996
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580 Biphasic action of ethanol on contraction of skeletal muscle Cooper, Stephen A.
1975
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5 p.
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581 Biphasic effects of Ro 15-1788 on spontaneous petit mal-like seizures in rats Marescaux, Christian
1984
249-270 2 p. 355-359
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582 Biphasic modulatory effects of noradrenaline on the response of cultured cerebellar neurons to glutamate Mori-Okamoto, J.
1990
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583 Biphasic nature of the effects of Δ 9-tetrahydrocannabinol on body temperature and brain amines of the rat Taylor, David A.
1977
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584 Blockade and recovery of cholinergic transmission in rats treated with hemicholinium 3 Carpenter, Frank G.
1987
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585 Blockade by prostaglandins E2 and F1α of the response of the rabbit ileum to stimulation of sympathetic nerve and its reversal by some antihistamines, dexamphetamine and methylphenidate Abdel-Aziz, A.
1974
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586 Blockade by trifluoperazine of a Ca2+-activated K+ channel in rat hippocampal pyramidal neurons Yoshimi Ikemoto,
1992
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587 Blockade of brain dopamine receptors antagonizes the anti-immobility effect of MIF-1 and Tyr-MIF-1 in rats Pulvirenti, Luigi
1988
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588 Blockade of cardiac effects of isoproterenol by the stereoroisemers of sotalol 1970
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589 Blockade of cardiac Na+ channels by a charged class I antiarrhythmic agent, bisaramil: possible interaction of the drug with a pre-open closed state Sunami, Akihiko
1996
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590 Blockade of chronic tolerance to ethanol by the NMDA antagonist, (+)-MK-801 Wu, Peter H.
1993
249-270 2 p. 157-164
8 p.
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591 Blockade of D-1 receptors by SCH 23390 antagonizes morphine- and amphetamine-induced place preference conditioning Leone, Paola
1987
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592 Blockade of lipopolysaccharide-induced fever by a μ-opioid receptor-selective antagonist in rats Benamar, Khalid
2000
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593 Blockade of neurotransmitter-activated K+ conductance by QX-314 in the rat hippocampus Andrade, Rodrigo
1991
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594 Blockade of δ-opioid receptors in the nucleus accumbens prevents ethanol-induced stimulation of dopamine release Acquas, Elio
1993
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595 Blockade of phencyclidine-induced hyperlocomotion by clozapine and MDL 100,907 in rats reflects antagonism of 5-HT2A receptors Maurel-Remy, S.
1995
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596 Blockade of postsynaptic α 2-adrenoceptors enhances responses to mixed α1 α2 -agonists in rat submaxillary gland Kaniucki, Marcelo D
1986
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597 Blockade of reserpine emesis in pigeons by metoclopramide Coronas, Ramón
1975
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598 Blockade of superovulation in the immature rat by increased brain serotonin Kordon, C.
1968
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599 Blockade of the specific lethal effects of narcotic analgesics in the mouse Shannon, Harlan E.
1976
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600 Block by 5-hydroxytryptamine and apomorphine of recombinant human neuronal nicotinic receptors Nakazawa, Ken
1999
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601 Blocking by α-bungarotoxin of the high affinity binding site of the cholinergic receptor proteolipid from Electrophorus De Robertis, E.
1972
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602 Blocking effects of otilonium on Ca2+ channels and secretion in rat chromaffin cells Gandía, Luis
1996
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603 Block of conditioned avoidance responding in the rat by substituted phenylpiperazines Martin, Gregory E.
1988
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604 Block of electrically induced contractions of guinea pig longitudinal muscle by prostaglandin synthetase and receptor inhibitors Ehrenpreis, Seymour
1976
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605 Blood-brain barrier (BBB), alcohol and antialcohol drugs Borisenko, S.A.
1990
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606 Blood pressure response to physostigmine as a means of studying the influence of opiolds on the central regulation of Mood pressure Varagić, V.M.
1990
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607 Boldine: a novel antioxidant alkatolid Speisky, H.
1990
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608 Bombesin stimulates small intestinal motility after intracerebroventricular administration to rats Porreca, Frank
1985
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609 Bosentan, a dual endothelin receptor antagonist, activates the pregnane X nuclear receptor van Giersbergen, Paul L.M
2002
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610 Both cell surface and internalized β-adrenoceptors are reduced in the failing myocardium Sullebarger, J.Thompson
1991
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611 Both GABAA and GABAB receptors participate in suppression of [Ca2+]i pulsing in toad melanotrophs Shibuya, Izumi
1997
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612 Bradykinin and the ace-inhibitor ramiprilat reduce inffarct-size in die dog Martorana, P.A.
1990
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613 Bradykinin antagonism: differentiation between peptide antagonists and antiinflammatory agents Rhaleb, Nour-Eddine
1988
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614 Bradykinin antagonizes morphine-induced analgesia in rats Argiolas, Antonio
1985
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615 Bradykinin B2 receptor evoked K+ permeability increase mediates relaxation in the rat duodenum Hall, Judith M.
1991
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616 Bradykinin receptor antagonists used to characterize the heterogeneity of bradykinin-induced responses in rat vas deferens Rifo, J.
1987
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617 Brain acetylcholine mediates the hypertensive response to physostigmine in the rat Brezenoff, Henry E.
1974
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679 Cardiac pharmacological effects of flavaraome glucoside of drynaria fortunei and analysis of its mechanism of action Wang, W.S.
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691 Cardiovascular actions of prostaglandin F2α infusion in man Karim, S.M.M.
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695 Cardiovascular and respiratory effects of some anesthetics in the decerebrate rat Sapru, Hreday N.
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708 Carsdiovascular responses to milrinone in pertussis toxin-pretreated pithed rats Verrijk, Ruud
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713 Catalepsy induced by SCH 23390 in rats Morelli, Micaela
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716 Catecholamine content of pigmented and nonpigmented tissues of the rabbit Ruffolo Jr., Robert R.
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719 Catecholamines and the oedematous reaction to oestradiol in the rat uterus Brandon, Janet M.
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720 Catecholamines inhibit early steps of lymphocyte activation van Tits, L.J.H.
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721 CCKA receptor antagonism inhibits mechanisms underlying CCK-8-stimulated insulin release in isolated rat islets Karlsson, Sven
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724 Cellular Ca2+ loading and inotropic effects of doxorubicin in atrial muscle preparations isolated from rat or guinea-pig hearts Temma, Kyosuke
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726 Central administration of ibuprofen failed to block the anorexia induced by interleukin-1 Hiroyuki, Shimizu
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730 Central and peripheral effects of prostaglandin E2 and enprostil on gastric acid secretion in the rat Sautereau, Denis
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731 Central and peripheral sites for cardiovascular actions of dynorphin-(1–13) in rats Gautret, Bruno
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732 Central biochemical and behavioural effects of calcium channel agonist and antagonists in morphine-dependent rats Colado, M.I.
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733 Central cardiovascular effects of 6-hydroxydopamine Gupta, P.P.
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734 Central cardiovascular effects of intracerebroventricular propranolol Srivastava, R.K.
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735 Central cardiovascular effects of SQ 14,225, an angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor in chloralose-anesthetized cats Vollmer, Regis R.
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736 Central catecholamine receptor blocking actions of BE-2254 (‘HEAT’): Comparison with chlorpromazine and haloperidol Clineschmidt, Bradley V.
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737 Central catecholaminergic neurones in the control of cardiovascular effects of intracerebroventricular carbachol in cats Veljković, S.M.
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738 Central cholecystokinin octapeptide reduces glucose utilization in subcortical but not cortical rat brain Tamminga, C.A.
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739 Central effects of muscarinic agonists and antagonists on hippocampal theta rhythm and blood pressure in the anaesthetised rat Barnes, Julie C.
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740 Central effects of sympathomimetic amines on the blood pressure Philippu, A.
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741 Central GABA-B receptors mediate Inhibitory effects of baclofen on gastric acid secretion Blandizzi, C
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742 Central hypothermia by 2-deoxy-D-glucose: antagonism by α-adrenergic activation Müller, E.E.
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743 Central inhibitory effect of α-methyldopa on blood pressure, heart rate and body temperature of renal hypertensive rats Nijkamp, Frans P.
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744 Central interleukin-10 attenuated lipopolysaccharide-induced changes in core temperature and hypothalamic glutamate, hydroxyl radicals and prostaglandin-E2 Kao, Cheng-Hsing
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745 Centrally acting drugs alter in vitro β-endorphin processing in the rat Davis, Thomas P.
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775 Changes in membrane potential and phosphoinositides during α 1-adrenoceptor stimulation in smooth muscle cells of guinea-pig taenia caeci Nelemans, Adriaan
1987
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776 Changes in myocardial norepinephrine in indian domestic pigs after two-stage coronary ligation Seth, Shivadayal S.
1974
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777 Changes in regional brain acetylcholine levels during drug-induced convulsions Pedata, Felicita
1976
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778 Changes in the duration of postdecapitation convulsions mediated by adrenergic and serotonergic receptors in the rat Carbonell, L.
1990
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779 Changes in the sensitivity of smooth muscle to neurotransmitter during acute morphine treatment and its association with analgesia Ramaswamy, Subramanian
1980
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780 Changes in the serotonin and 5-hydroxyindoleacetic acid contents in rat brain after ethanol and disulfiram treatments Fukumori, Ryuji
1980
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781 Changes in vasopressin plasma levels after intracerebroventricular administration of hemidiolinium-3 in hyperhydrated rats Trimarchi, G.R.
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782 Changes of strychnine-insensitive glycine sites in the hippocampus of senescent rats Jablonka, B.
1990
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783 Changes resembling lupus erythematosus after prolonged treatment with Ro-4-4602, a potent inhibitor of 5-HTP-carboxyliase, in white rats Chruściel, Maria
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784 Characterisation of a postjunctional 5-ht7-like and a prejunctional 5-HT3 receptor mediating contraction of rat isolated jejunum McLean, Peter G.
1996
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785 Characterisation of ATP-induced facilitation of transmission in rat hippocampus O'Kane, E.Martin
2000
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786 Characterisation of platelet activating factor induced inositol (1, 4, 5)-trisphosphate production in platelets: modulation by protein kinase C Murphy, C.T.
1990
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787 Characterisation of two probes for the localisation of enkephalinase in rat brain: [3H]thiorphan and a 125I-labeled monoclonal antibody Pollard, Hélène
1987
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788 Characteristics and localisation of 125I ion binding in mammalian airways Self, Glenn J.
1990
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789 Characteristics of 125I-iodocyanopindolol binding to β-adrenergic and serotonin-1B receptors of rat brain: selectivity of β-adrenergic agents Tsuchihashi, H.
1990
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790 Characteristics of the P2 purinoceptor that mediates prostacyclin production by pig aortic endothelial cells Needham, Lindsey
1987
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791 Characteristics of the relaxant response of adenosine and its analogs in intestinal smooth muscle Mckenzie, Sheila G.
1977
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792 Characteristics of vasodilatation induced by acetylcholine and platelet-activating factor in the rat mesenteric arterial bed Kamata, Katsuo
1996
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793 Characterization and modulation of [125I]iberiotoxin-D19Y/Y36F binding in the guinea-pig urinary bladder Molinari, Eduardo J
2000
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794 Characterization and purification of a rat brain enzyme which catalyzes the formation of an EDRF-like factor from L-arginine Murad, F.
1990
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795 Characterization of adenosine receptors on rat ileum, ileal longitudinal muscle and muscularis mucosae Nicholls, Julia
1997
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796 Characterization of α1-adrenoceptor-mediated contraction in the mouse thoracic aorta Yamamoto, Yoshihisa
2001
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797 Characterization of adrenoceptors in the emetic chemoreceptor trigger zone (CT-Zone) Dixit, K.S.
1990
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798 Characterization of α-adrenoceptors in the preprostatic urethra of sexually immature male lambs García-Pascual, Angeles
1991
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799 Characterization of β-adrenoceptor subtypes in rabbit mononuclear leukocytes Tenner Jr., Thomas E.
1989
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800 Characterization of α 1-adrenoceptor subtypes in rat spinal cord Wada, Teiji
1996
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801 Characterization of α 2-adrenoceptor subtypes involved in the modulation of gastric acid secretion Blandizzi, Corrado
1995
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802 Characterization of an antigen associated with vinca-alcaloid resistance in ovarian cancer cells Voeltzel, T.
1990
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803 Characterization of a new muscarinic receptor antagonist PNU-171990 in guinea pig, cat and human smooth muscle Modiri, Ali-Reza
2002
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804 Characterization of antigastrin activity in vivo of CR 2194, a new R-4-benzamido-5-oxo-pentanoic acid derivative Revel, Laura
1992
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805 Characterization of AS-5370, a new potent serotonin 5-HT3 receptor antagonist by radioligand binding assay Komiya, M.
1990
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806 Characterization of a third step active metabolite off disulfiram, diethylthiocarbamic acid methyl ester Petersen, E.N.
1990
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807 Characterization of bradykinin B2 receptor antagonists in human and rat urinary bladder Meini, Stefania
2000
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808 Characterization of calcium channel antagonist binding sites labeled by [3H]nitrendipine in porcine coronary artery and aorta Yamada, Shizuo
1988
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809 Characterization of dopamine-induced potassium efflux in rat parotid acinar cells Sundström, Staffan
1988
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810 Characterization of guinea-pig cardiac muscarinic receptors by radioligand dissociation kinetics Brunner, Friedrich
1988
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811 Characterization of (-)-[3H]dihydroalprenolol binding to intact and broken cell preparations of human peripheral blood lymphocytes Meurs, Herman
1982
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812 Characterization of [3H]5-hydroxytryptamine uptake within rat cerebrovascular tree Amenta, Francesco
1985
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813 Characterization of high-affinity binding sites for the antitussive [3H]noscapine in guinea pig brain tissue Karlsson, Mats O.
1988
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814 Characterization of learning and memory behaviors and the effects of metrifonate in the C57BL strain of mice Ikonen, Sami
1999
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815 Characterization of muscarinic receptors in guinea-pig uterus Doods, Henri N.
1993
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816 Characterization of muscarinic receptors in salivary and lacrimal glands of the rat Martos, Francisco
1987
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817 Characterization of rat intestinal anglotensin II receptors Schinke, Martina
1991
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818 Characterization of the antinociceptive effects of TRK-820 in the rat Endoh, Takashi
2000
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819 Characterization of the effects of the acute and repeated administration of MK-801 on the release of adrenocorticotropin, corticosterone and prolactin in the rat Pechnick, Robert N.
1989
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820 Characterization of the hepatic prolactin receptors induced by chronic iron deficiency and neuroleptics Barkey, Ronnie J.
1986
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821 Characterization of the interaction in vitro of tissue-type plasminogen activator with endothelial and parenchymal liver cells Kuiper, J.
1990
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822 Characterization of the interaction of zamifenacin at muscarinic receptors in vitro Watson, Nikki
1995
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823 Characterization of the interactions of N-acetyl-aspartyl-glutamate with [3H]L-glutamate receptors Koller, Kerry J.
1984
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824 Characterization of the muscarine receptor subtype on sympathetic nerve endings in the rat caudal artery Shen, Albert
1994
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825 Characterization of the opiate receptor in the guinea-pig ileal mucosa Kachur, James F.
1982
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826 Characterization of the receptor mediating the effect of calcitonin gene-related peptide in the frog adrenal gland Esneu, Maryse
1996
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827 Characterization of the release of noradrenaline and its metabolite from rat hypothalamus as measured by in vivo microdialysis Itoh, Y.
1990
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828 Characterization of the respiratory activity of (D-Ala2)methionine-enkephalinamide Zobrist, Ray H.
1981
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829 Characterization of vasocortin-like proteins induced by dexamethasone in endothelial cells Iuvone, Teresa
1993
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830 Chelerythrine and genistein inhibit the endothelin-1-induced increase in myofilament Ca2+ sensitivity in rabbit ventricular myocytes Wang, Hao
2001
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831 Chemotactic activity of 9- and 13-hydroxy-linoleic acid for bovine and human polymorphonuclear leukocytes Henricks, P.A.J.
1990
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832 Chloral hydrate anesthesia antagonizes the neurotoxicity of 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine Schmidt, Christopher J.
1990
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833 Chloride channels and α1-adrenoceptor-mediated pulmonary artery smooth muscle contraction: effect of pulmonary hypertension Oriowo, Mabayoje A.
2004
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834 4-Chlorobenzo[F]isoquinoline (CBIQ), a novel activator of CFTR and ΔF508 CFTR Murthy, Meena
2005
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835 Chloroethylclonidine unmasks a non-α-adrenoceptor noradrenaline binding site in the rat aorta Oriowo, Mabayoje A.
1990
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836 Chloroquine-induced depression of neuromuscular transmission Mapfumo Chinyanga, H.
1972
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837 Chlorpromazine-cocaine antagonism: Its relation to changes of dopamine metabolism in the brain Fekete, Márton
1971
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838 Chlorpropamide alters AVP-receptor binding of rat renal tubular membranes Muta, Toshiyuki
1989
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4 p.
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839 Cholecystokinin antagonism by benzodiazepines in the contractile response of the isolated guinea-pig gallbladder Kubota, Kazuhiko
1985
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840 Cholecystokinin antagonism by β-carbolines in nervous tissue Kubota, K.
1990
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841 Cholecystokinin contracts isolated human and monkey iris sphincters; a study with CCK receptor antagonists Almegård, Birgitta
1992
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842 Choleretic activity of phloracetophenone in rats: structure–function studies using acetophenone analogues Piyachaturawat, Pawinee
2000
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843 Cholinergic and adrenergic receptor modulation by long-term administration of calcium and calmodulin antagonists Staneva-Stoytcheva, D.
1990
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844 Cholinergic contraction of the guinea pig lung strip is mediated by muscarinic M2-like receptors Roffel, Ad F.
1993
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845 Cholinergic inhibition of acetylcholine release in the electric organ of Torpedo Dunant, Yves
1982
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846 Cholinergic mechanism of acid secretion in the dog: An in vivo and in vitro comparison Gerber, John G.
1984
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847 Cholinergic-mediated secretion in the rat colon: neuronal and epithelial muscarinic responses Diener, Martin
1989
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848 Cholinergic modulation of the acoustic startle response in the caudal pontine reticular nucleus of the rat Fendt, Markus
1999
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849 Cholinergic receptor labelling specific irreversible binding of bromoacetylcholine to cholinergic receptors at neuromuscular junctions Chiou, C.Y.
1974
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850 Cholinolytic action phencyclidine derivatives Paster, Z.
1974
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851 Cholinomimetics induce θ rhythm and reduce hippocampal pyramidal cell excitability Olpe, H.R.
1987
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852 Chronic administration of D-amphetamine increases [3H]spiroperidol binding in cat brain Trulson, Michael E.
1985
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853 Chronic administration of l-sulpiride at low doses reduces A10 but not A9 somatodentritic dopamine autoreceptor sensitivity Diana, Marco
1996
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854 Chronic administration of morphine in cats: Effects on adrenal and urinary catecholamines Borrell, José
1975
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855 Chronic administration of selective adenosine A1 receptor agonist or antagonist in cerebral ischemia Von Lubitz, Dag K.J.E.
1994
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856 Chronically administered morphine increases dopamine receptor sensitivity in mice Martin, John R.
1986
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857 Chronic amphetamine treatment: vast individual differences in performing a learned response Ranje, Christer
1974
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858 Chronic antidepressant drug treatment attenuates motor-suppressant effectsof apomorphine without changing [3H]GBR 12935 binding Allison, Karen
1993
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859 Chronic cocaine reduces α2-adrenoceptor elicited mydriasis and inhibition of locus coeruleus neurons Pitts, D.K.
1989
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860 Chronic desipramine treatment prevents the upregulation of cortical β-receptors caused by a single dose of the benzodiazepine inverse agonist FG7142 Stanford, S.Clare
1987
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861 Chronic dexmedetomidine, a selective α 2-agonist, decreases serotonin but not noradrenaline turnover in rat brainstem nuclei Koulu, Markku
1990
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862 Chronic dopa treatment: Effect on the concentration of norepinephrine in the hearts and brains of rats Breese, George R.
1971
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863 Chronic doxorubicin cardiotoxicity in Sprague-Dawley rats López, J.
1990
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864 Chronic effects of nicotine on catecholamine synthesizing enzymes in rats Naquira, Daisy
1978
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865 Chronic electroconvulsive shock and desimipramine reduce the degree of inhibition by 5-HT and carbachol of forskolin-stimulated adenylate cyclase in rat hippocampal membranes Newman, Michael E.
1988
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866 Chronic electroconvulsive shock increases D-1 receptor binding in rat substantia nigra Fochtmann, Laula J.
1989
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867 Chronic ethanol enhances muscarinic receptor-mediated activator protein-1 (AP-1) DNA binding in cerebellar granule cells Cebers, Gvido
1999
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868 Chronic ethanol treatment up-regulates TTX-sensitive sodium channels in cultured skeletal muscle Sampson, S.R.
1990
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869 Chronic haloperidol and chlorpromazine treatment alters in vitro β-endorphin metabolism in rat brain Konings, Pierre N.M.
1990
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870 Chronic haloperidol treatment impairs glutamate transport in the rat striatum De Souza, Ian E.J
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871 Chronic imipramine reduces [3H]SCH 23390 binding and DA-sensitive adenylate cyclase in the limbic system De Montis, Graziella M.
1989
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872 Chronic lithium chloride fails to prevent imipramine-induced sensitization to the dopamine D2-like receptor agonist quinpirole D'Aquila, Paolo S
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873 Chronic lithium treatment reduces norepinephrine-stimulated inositol phospholipid hydrolysis in rat cortex Casebolt, Tamara L.
1987
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874 Chronic naloxone results in prolonged increases in opiate binding sites in brain Lahti, Robert A.
1978
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875 Chronic neuroleptic treatment increases D-2 but not D-1 receptors in rat striatum Mackenzie, Robert G.
1985
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876 Chronic phenytoin treatment decreases GABAA but not β-adrenoceptors in the cerebellum of young rats Ruiz, Gloria
1989
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877 Chronic treatment of guinea pigs with lithium chloride: effects on myenteric plexus preparations and on cyclic AMP levels Mármol, F.
1991
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878 Chronic treatment with antidepressants decreases the number of [3H]SCH 23390 binding sites in the rat striatum and limbic system Klimek, Violetta
1987
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879 Chronic treatment with BRL 35135 potentiates the action of insulin on lipid metabolism Virtanen, Kirsi A
1997
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880 Chronic treatment with nifedipine does not change the number of [3H]nitrendipine and [3H]dihydroalprenolol binding sites Nishiyama, Terumasa
1986
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881 Chronic treatment with the anabolic steroid, nandrolone, inhibits vasodilator responses in rabbit aorta Ferrer, Mercedes
1994
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882 Chronopharmacology of oral nifedipine in healthy subjects and in hypertensive patients Lemmer, B.
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883 Chronotherapy with active vitamin D3 in aged stroke-prone spontaneously hypertensive rats, a model of osteoporosis Tsuruoka, Shuichi
2001
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884 Chronotropic effect of histamine on cultured neonatal rat heart cells Csete, Klara
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885 Cimetidine, ranitidine and famotidine. Non-invasive haemodynamic parameters Halabi, A.
1990
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886 Circling behavior in rats with 6-hydroxydopamine or electrolytic nigral lesions Iwamoto, Edgar T.
1976
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887 Circulating CGRP comes from the perivascular nerves Zaidi, M.
1985
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888 (±)-cis-2,3-piperidine dicarboxylic acid is a partial n-methy-d-aspartate agonist in the in vitro rat cerebellar cGMP model Leach, Michael J.
1986
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889 Classification and discrimination for data analysis in pharmacology Lewi, P.J.
1976
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890 Classification of presynaptic opioid receptors in the rabbit ear artery by competitive antagonists 1986
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891 Climbing and stereotyped behaviours in mice require the stimulation of D-1 dopamine receptors Vasse, Marc
1988
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892 Clinical and stability studies of melphalan in the whole and the parotid saliva Slavik, M.
1990
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893 Clinical effectiveness off KB-831 on depression with once or twice daily dosage regimen Kudo, Y.
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894 Clinical efficacy of YM-09151, a new benzamide derivative, on schizophrenia Kudo, Y.
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895 Clonidine and yohimbine separate the sedation and the ptosis caused by cholecystokinin octapeptide and ceruletide Zetler, Gerhard
1984
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896 Cloricromeme (AD6) reduces platelet aggregation and beta-thromboglobulln release in the presence of leucocytes Zatta, A.
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897 Cloricromene, a coumarine derivative, protects against lethal endotoxin shock in rats Squadrito, Francesco
1992
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898 Cloricromene inhibits the induction of nitric oxide synthase Zingarelli, Basilia
1993
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899 Clozapine antagonism of D-1 and D-2 dopamine receptor-mediated behaviors Criswell, Hugh E.
1989
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900 Clozapine concentrations in brain regions: Relationship to dopamine metabolite increase Wilk, Sherwin
1978
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901 Clozapine increases dopamine release in prefrontal cortex by 5-HT1A receptor activation Rollema, Hans
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902 CNS-pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics of the new non-sedative H1-antagonist SL 85.0324 vs placebo and dimetinden in volunteers Schaffler, K.
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903 CNS-pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics of the new non-sedative H1-antihistamine SL8S.0324 vs placebo and dimetinden in volunteers Schaffler, K.
1990
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904 Cocaine- and amphetamine-regulated transcript peptide-(55–102) and thyrotropin releasing hormone inhibit hypothalamic dopamine release Brunetti, Luigi
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905 Cocaine and several σ receptor ligands inhibit dopamine uptake in rat caudate-putamen Izenwasser, Sari
1993
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906 Cocaine constricts immature cerebral arterioles by a local anesthetic mechanism Albuquerque, Maria Luiza C.
1993
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907 Cocaine discrimination and time-course effects in male and female Wistar rats Anderson, Karen G
1999
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908 Cocaine-like effect of ketamine on vascular adrenergic neurones Nedergaard, Ove A.
1973
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909 Cocaine pharmacodynamics in humans after intravenous injection, nasal insufflation, and smoking Perez-Reyes, M.
1990
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910 Cocaine place preference is blocked by the δ-opioid receptor antagonist, naltrindole Menkens, Kent
1992
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911 Codeine disposition and metabolisin: comparison in young and elderly subjects Bochner, F.
1990
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912 Combined cardiac effects of cocaine and the anabolic steroid, nandrolone, in the rat Phillis, Benjamin D.
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913 Comparative contractile actions of different kinins on human umbilical arteries and veins Altura, Burton M.
1972
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914 Comparative dromotropic activity of timolol and propranolol in anesthetized dogs Jaillon, Patrice
1978
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915 Comparative effects of a glucocorticosteroid, theophylline and the peptido-leukotriene-antagonist CGP 45715A on antigen-induced early and late phase airway response and inflammatory cell influx in sensitised guinea pigs Heuer, Hubert O.
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916 Comparative effects of (+)- and (−)-isomers of propranolol and inpea on (+)-tubocurarine- and succinylcholine-induced neuromuscular blockade Khetarpal, Vinod K.
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917 Comparative effects of a selective adenosine A2 receptor agonist, CGS 21680, and nitroprusside in vascular smooth muscle Balwierczak, Joseph L.
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918 Comparative effects of bepridil and verapamil on isolated coronary and systemic vascular and cardiac muscle Campbell, John K.
1982
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919 Comparative effects of clozapine and α-adrenoceptor blocking drugs on regional noradrenaline metabolism in rat brain McMillen, Brian A.
1978
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920 Comparative effects of hallucinogenic drugs on rotational behavior in rats with unilateral 6-hydroxydopamine lesions Trulson, Michael E.
1977
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921 Comparative effects of long-term treatment with prostacyclin and its analogue, iloprost, on exercise tolerance of patients with primary pulmonary hypertension Dinh Xuan, A.T.
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922 Comparative effects of selective κ-opioid receptor agonists on dopamine levels in the dorsal caudate of freely moving rats Zaratin, Paola
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923 Comparative effects of ten anorectic drugs on sleep-wakefulness patterns in cats Johnson, David N.
1971
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924 Comparative effects of the isomers of bepridil on isolated coronary and aortic arteries Winslow, E.
1989
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925 Comparative localization of putative pre- and postsynaptic markers of muscarinic cholinergic nerve terminals in rat brain Quirion, Remi
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926 Comparative pharmacokinetic and in-vitro antimicrobial activity of two different brands of rifampicin Garg, S.K.
1990
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927 Comparative study of d-diltiazem and its analogues as calcium antagonists in snail neurones Novales-Li, Philipp
1990
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928 Comparative study of elgodipine and nisoldipine on the contractile responses of various isolated blood vessels Chulia, Teresa
1995
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929 Comparison between the effects of apomorphine and amphetamine on operant behavior De Oliveira, L.
1972
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7 p.
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930 Comparison of α-adrenoceptor involvement in the antinociceptive action of tizanidine and clonidine in the mouse Kameyama, Tsutomu
1986
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931 Comparison of α2-adrenoreceptor antagonists on background cortical EEG in the conscious rat. A role for the non-α2-idazoxan-binding-site? Dickinson, S.L.
1990
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932 Comparison of antineoplastic activity of cytosine arafolnoside and 2',2'-difluorodeoxycytidine on human myeloid, T-cell and B-ceil leukemic cells Bouffard, D.Y.
1990
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933 Comparison of contractions of the smooth muscle of the guinea-pig vas deferens induced by ATP and related nucleotides Fedan, Jeffrey S.
1982
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934 Comparison of effects of a novel dihydropyridine derivative, NZ-105, on L-type Ca channels between vascular smooth muscle cells and ventricular cells Shinichiro, K.
1990
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2 p.
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935 Comparison off the effects of RP 58866 and clofilium on repoiarizing K+ currents in voltage-damped isolated guinea-pig myocytes Escande, D.
1990
249-270 2 p. 270-271
2 p.
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936 Comparison of haemodynamic effects of α-sympathomimetic drugs Autret, A.M.
1971
249-270 2 p. 208-217
10 p.
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937 Comparison of [3H]YM060 binding to native and cloned rat 5-HT3 receptors Akuzawa, Shinobu
1996
249-270 2 p. 227-230
4 p.
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938 Comparison of κ 2-opioid receptors in guinea pig brain and guinea pig ileum membranes Webster, Jay L.
1993
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8 p.
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939 Comparison of pharmacological responses to nicotine and release of catecholamines from the adrenals in dogs and monkeys Tsujimoto, A.
1974
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7 p.
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940 Comparison of responses to siguazodan, rolipram, and zaprinast in the feline pulmonary vascular bed De Witt, Bracken J
2000
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6 p.
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941 Comparison of some arthropod toxins and toxin fragments as antagonists of excitatory amino acid-induced excitation of rat spinal neurones Jones, Martyn G.
1991
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7 p.
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942 Comparison of subcutaneous and spinal subarachnoid injections of morphine and naloxone on analgesic tests in the rat Tang, Andrew H.
1978
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9 p.
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943 Comparison of the actions of some platelet-activating factor antagonists on platelets and aortic smooth muscles Teng, Che-Ming
1991
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6 p.
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944 Comparison of the acute hemodynamic and coronary vasodilating effects between nicorandil and nitroglycerin Sunagawa, R.
1990
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1 p.
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945 Comparison of the anticonvulsant efficacy of primidone and phenobarbital during chronic treatment of amygdala-kindled rats Löscher, Wolfgang
1989
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14 p.
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946 Comparison of the cardioprotective effect of nitroglycerin, molsidomine and SIN-1 in rats Vértesi, Cs.
1990
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1 p.
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947 Comparison of the effectiveness of different opioid peptides in suppressing heroin withdrawal Lai Wen, Hsiang
1984
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8 p.
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948 Comparison of the effects of benzodiazepine and β-carboline inverse agonists on body temperature in mice Jackson, Helen C.
1991
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4 p.
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949 Comparison of the effects of efaroxan and glibenclamide on plasma glucose and insulin levels in rats Berridge, Timothy L.
1992
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6 p.
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950 Comparison of the effects of GTP-γ-S on volume-dependent Ca++ channels in three different cell types Liu, Q-Y.
1990
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1 p.
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951 Comparison of the effects of MK-801 and phencyclidine on catecholamine uptake and NMDA-induced norepinephrine release Snell, Lawrence D.
1988
249-270 2 p. 223-226
4 p.
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952 Comparison of the effects of nicotine on catecholamine release from isolated adrenal glands of dogs and monkeys Tsujimoto, A.
1974
249-270 2 p. 316-319
4 p.
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953 Comparison of the effects of pentobarbital and chloralose on the cardiac rhythms of the dog in chronic atrio-ventricular heart block Duchene-Marullaz, Pierre
1975
249-270 2 p. 393-395
3 p.
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954 Comparison of the effects of SK & F 29661 and 64139 upon adrenal and cardiac catecholamines Pendleton, Robert G.
1980
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11 p.
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955 Comparison of the effects of substance P and substance K on blood pressure, salivation and urinary bladder motility in urethane-anaesthetized rats Maggi, Carlo Alberto
1985
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4 p.
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956 Comparison of the effects of trimebutine and YM114 (KAE-393), a novel 5-HT3 receptor antagonist, on stress-induced defecation Miyata, Keiji
1993
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8 p.
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957 Comparison of the effects of various vasodilators on the rat portal vein and mesenteric artery Suga, Takaaki
1993
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8 p.
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958 Comparison of the effects of zaleplon, zolpidem, and triazolam at various GABAA receptor subtypes Sanna, Enrico
2002
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8 p.
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959 Comparison of the inhibition of the monoamine oxidase by two reversible IMAO, moclobemide and toloxatone. Study of their effect on memory and vigilance Berlin, I.
1990
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1 p.
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960 Comparison of the inhibitory effects of nicorandil, nitroglycerin and isosorbide dinitrate on vascular smooth muscle of rabbit aorta Murakami, Kazuyasu
1987
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8 p.
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961 Comparison of the inhibitory effects on the guinea-pig taenia coli of adenine nucleotides and adenosine in the presence and absence of dipyridamole Satchell, David G.
1975
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962 Comparison of the pharmacological actions of some new 4-aminopyridine derivatives Biessels, Pieter T.M.
1984
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7 p.
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963 Comparison of therapeutic and toxic actions of ouabain, gitoxin and 16-epi-gitoxin on isolated atria at different extracellular potassium concentrations Haustein, Knut-Olaf
1973
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964 Compensations in an animal model of Parkinsonism: implications for behavior under basal conditions and in response to stress Zigmond, M.J.
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965 Competitive and non-competitive inhibition of l-3,4-dihydroxyphenylalanine uptake in Opossum kidney cells Gomes, Pedro
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966 Competitive and non-competitive NMDA receptor antagonists in spatial learning tasks Bischoff, Carmen
1992
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967 Competitive and stereoselective histamine H1 antagonistic effect of cicletanide in guinea-pig isolated ileum Schoeffte, Philippe
1987
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968 Competitive antagonism by L-DOPA methyl ester against L-DOPA-induced facilitation of noradrenaline release from rat hypothaiamic slices Goshima, Y.
1990
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1 p.
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969 Competitive oxidation of 6-hydroxydopamine by oxygen and hydrogen peroxide Liang, Y.-O.
1976
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4 p.
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970 Complex interaction of cocaine with the dopamine uptake carrier Berger, Paul
1990
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2 p.
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971 Concanavalin A potentiates NMDA-evoked responses in the Xenopus oocyte expression system Geoffroy, Marianne
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972 Concentration-related effects of extracellular application of ATP on the action potential and membrane currents of the guinea-pig vas deferens Hachiro, Inomata
1991
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973 Concomitant decrease in [3H]imipramine binding in cat brain and platelets after chronic treatment with imipramine Briley, Michael
1982
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6 p.
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974 Conditioned taste aversion: modulation by 5-HT receptor activity and corticosterone Gorzalka, Boris
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975 Conference: Is there a case for PAF-acether antagonists? 1985
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976 Conformational aspects of the antifibrillatory activity of procaine Murphy, James C.
1976
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977 Conformational distortions Induced in DNA upon binding of cisplatin and intercalating analogues Major, B.J.
1990
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978 Conformationally constrained formyl chemotactic peptides: retrospective analysis and design using molecular graphics Semus, S.F.
1990
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1 p.
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979 ω-Conotoxin GVIA and pharmacological modulation of hippocampal noradrenaline release Dooley, David J.
1988
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7 p.
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980 ω-Conotoxins block neurotransmission in the rat vas deferens by binding to different presynaptic sites on the N-type Ca2+ channel Hirata, Hanako
1997
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7 p.
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981 Contingent tolerance to carbamazepine: A peripheral-type benzodiazepine mechanism Weiss, Susan R.B.
1991
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982 Continued pharmacologic analysis of consummatory behavior in the albino rat Lehr, David
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983 Contraceptive needs and pharmacological consequences of long acting methods off contraception Newton, J.
1990
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1 p.
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984 Contractile activities of several cysteine-containing leukotrienes in the guinea-pig lung strip Dahlén, Sven-Erik
1982
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9 p.
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985 Contractile activity of vasotocin, oxytocin, and vasopressin on mammalian prostate Bodanszky, Miklos
1992
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3 p.
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986 Contractile effects of nucleotides on isolated rat resistance arteries Juul, B.
1990
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2 p.
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987 Contractile proteins: possible targets for the cardiotonic action of MCI-154 a novel cardiotonic agent? Kitada, Yoshimi
1987
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3 p.
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988 Contraction followed by relaxation in response to hypoxia in the sheep isolated middle cerebral artery Klaas, Michael
1989
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6 p.
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989 Contraction of cardiac myocytes from noradrenaline-treated rats in response to isoprenaline, forskolin and dibutyryl cAMP Jones, S.Mary
1990
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990 Contractions and relaxations accompanied by endothelial nitric oxide production induced in the porcine coronary artery by Ca2+, Ba2+ and Sr2+ Ohashi, Koji
1995
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991 Contrasting actions of acute or chronic paroxetine and fluvoxamine on morphine withdrawal-induced place conditioning Rafieian-Kopaei, Mahmod
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992 Contribution of C-fibers to leucocyte recruitment in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid and pleural cavity in the rat Medeiros, Marta V.
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993 Contribution of spinal μ1-opioid receptors to morphine-induced antinociception Sato, Takumi
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994 Contribution of the intracellular C terminal domain to regulation of human P2X1 receptors for ATP by phorbol ester and Gq coupled mGlu1α receptors Wen, Hairuo
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995 Contributions of the enantiomers of mirtazapine (Org 3770) and of its demethyl metabolite to its neurophamacological profile in rats de Graaf, J.S.
1990
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996 Control of mediator release from the human alveolar macrophage: Role of cyclic AMP Fuller, R.W.
1990
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997 Control of peripheral vascular resistance in perfused hindquarters of dogs: Lack of effect of nicotinic and muscarinic ganglion block Hancock, John C.
1975
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6 p.
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998 Convulsant, anticonvulsant and anaesthetic barbiturates. 5-Ethyl-5-(3′-methyl-but-2′-enyl)-barbituric acid and related compounds Andrews, Peter R.
1979
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6 p.
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999 Coordination of vasopressin induced metabolic load and resetting of proton transport in resistance arteries Aalkjær, C.
1990
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2 p.
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1000 Coronary vasoconstriction by endothelin-1 in anesthetized goats: role of endothelin receptors, nitric oxide and prostanoids García, JoséLuis
1996
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