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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A-77636: a potent and selective dopamine D1 receptor agonist with antiparkinsonian activity in marmosets Kebabian, John W.
1992
249-270 2-3 p. 203-209
7 p.
artikel
2 Ability of carbazole salts, inhibitors of Alzheimer β-amyloid fibril formation, to cross cellular membranes Saengkhae, Chantarawan
2007
249-270 2-3 p. 124-131
8 p.
artikel
3 Absence of association between δ and γ2 subunits in native GABAA receptors from rat brain Araujo, Francisco
1998
249-270 2-3 p. 347-353
7 p.
artikel
4 Absence of mast cell involvement in active systemic anaphylaxis in rats Guo, Yancai
2001
249-270 2-3 p. 305-310
6 p.
artikel
5 Absence of postsynaptic DA2 dopamine receptors in the dog renal vasculature Horn, Patrick T.
1991
249-270 2-3 p. 125-130
6 p.
artikel
6 AC260584 (4-[3-(4-butylpiperidin-1-yl)-propyl]-7-fluoro-4H-benzo[1,4]oxazin-3-one), a selective muscarinic M1 receptor agonist, increases acetylcholine and dopamine release in rat medial prefrontal cortex and hippocampus Li, Zhu
2007
249-270 2-3 p. 129-137
9 p.
artikel
7 Accelerated functional recovery after neuronal injury by P2 receptor blockade Krügel, Ute
2001
249-270 2-3 p. R3-R4
nvt p.
artikel
8 Accelerating sensory recovery after sciatic nerve crush: non-selective versus melanocortin MC4 receptor-selective peptides Nijenhuis, Wouter A.J
2004
249-270 2-3 p. 145-152
8 p.
artikel
9 Acceleration of muscle re-innervation in rats by ganglioside treatment: An electromyographic study Kleinebeckel, Dieter
1982
249-270 2-3 p. 243-245
3 p.
artikel
10 Accumbal dopamine overflow after ethanol: Localization of the antagonizing effect of mecamylamine Blomqvist, Ola
1997
249-270 2-3 p. 149-156
8 p.
artikel
11 ACEA 1021, a glycine site antagonist with minor psychotomimetic and amnestic effects in rats Kretschmer, Beate D
1997
249-270 2-3 p. 109-116
8 p.
artikel
12 Aceclofenac blocks prostaglandin E2 production following its intracellular conversion into cyclooxygenase inhibitors Yamazaki, Ryuta
1997
249-270 2-3 p. 181-187
7 p.
artikel
13 A central site of action for benzamide facilitation of gastric emptying Costall, Brenda
1983
249-270 2-3 p. 197-205
9 p.
artikel
14 Acetylcholine and tachykinin receptor antagonists attenuate wood smoke-induced bronchoconstriction in guinea pigs Hsu, Tien Huan
1998
249-270 2-3 p. 175-183
9 p.
artikel
15 Acetylcholine receptor agonists stimulate [3H]taurine release from rat sympathetic ganglia Waniewski, Robert A.
1994
249-270 2-3 p. 113-120
8 p.
artikel
16 Acetylcholine release from rat hippocampal slices is modulated by 5-hydroxytryptamine Maura, Guido
1989
249-270 2-3 p. 173-179
7 p.
artikel
17 Acetyl-l-carnitine restores the daily pattern of hypothalamic β-endorphin in rats exposed to continuous light Genazzani, Andrea R.
1990
249-270 2-3 p. 177-180
4 p.
artikel
18 Acetylsalicylic acid enhances arrhythmogeneity in a model of local ischemia of isolated rabbit hearts Dhein, Stefan
1997
249-270 2-3 p. 129-139
11 p.
artikel
19 Acetylsalicylic acid potentiates the antinociceptive effect of morphine in the rat: involvement of the central serotonergic system Sandrini, Maurizio
1998
249-270 2-3 p. 133-140
8 p.
artikel
20 Acidosis-induced relaxation of human internal mammary artery is due to activation of ATP-sensitive potassium channels Rohra, Dileep Kumar
2005
249-270 2-3 p. 175-181
7 p.
artikel
21 Acknowledgement to reviewers 1991
249-270 2-3 p. 237-252
16 p.
artikel
22 Acknowledgement to reviewers 1993
249-270 2-3 p. 309-325
17 p.
artikel
23 A comparison of the actions of cromakalim and nifedipine on rabbit isolated mesenteric artery McHarg, Aileen D.
1990
249-270 2-3 p. 137-146
10 p.
artikel
24 A comparison of the analgesic activities of 4,5,6,7-tetrahydroisoxazolo[5,4-c]pyridin-3-ol (THIP) and 6-chloro-2[1-piperazinyl]pyrazine (MK 212) Murray, Thomas F.
1983
249-270 2-3 p. 179-184
6 p.
artikel
25 A comparison of the effects of capsaicin with inhibitory nerve stimulation in the rat anococcygeus muscle in vitro Davies, Richard E
1998
249-270 2-3 p. 195-202
8 p.
artikel
26 A comparison of the effects of doxazosin and terazosin on the spontaneous sympathetic drive to the bladder and related organs in anaesthetized cats Ramage, Andrew G.
1995
249-270 2-3 p. 645-650
6 p.
artikel
27 A comparison of the stimulant activities of oxotremorine analogues on the frog rectus abdominis and the guinea pig ileum Ringdahl, Björn
1984
249-270 2-3 p. 177-184
8 p.
artikel
28 Aconitine induces prolonged seizure-like events in rat neocortical brain slices Voss, Logan J.
2008
249-270 2-3 p. 291-296
6 p.
artikel
29 Aconitum sp. alkaloids: the modulation of voltage-dependent Na+ channels, toxicity and antinociceptive properties Friese, Jutta
1997
249-270 2-3 p. 165-174
10 p.
artikel
30 ACRP30, a new hormone controlling fat and glucose metabolism Tsao, Tsu-Shuen
2002
249-270 2-3 p. 213-221
9 p.
artikel
31 ACTH: a structure-activity study on pilocarpine-induced epilepsy Croiset, Gerda
1992
249-270 2-3 p. 211-216
6 p.
artikel
32 ACTH1−24 counteracts the prolactin-releasing effect of an opioid Ferri, Sergio
1982
249-270 2-3 p. 143-145
3 p.
artikel
33 ACTH1–24 increases stimulation-evoked noradrenaline release from sympathetic nerves by acting on presynaptic ACTH receptors Göthert, Manfred
1981
249-270 2-3 p. 295-296
2 p.
artikel
34 Action of anti-tussive drugs on the emetic reflex of Suncus murinus (house musk shrew) Chan, Shun-Wan
2007
249-270 2-3 p. 196-201
6 p.
artikel
35 Action of cholecystokinin and serotonin on lateral hypothalamic neurons of rats Zippel, Ursula
1999
249-270 2-3 p. 135-140
6 p.
artikel
36 Action of dextroamphetamine on dopamine sensitive cells in the snail brain Hancock, John C.
1981
249-270 2-3 p. 201-209
9 p.
artikel
37 Action of polygodial, a sesquiterpene isolated from Drymis winteri, in the guinea-pig ileum and trachea `in vitro' El Sayah, Mariem
1998
249-270 2-3 p. 215-221
7 p.
artikel
38 Action of posterior pituitary neuropeptides on the nigrostriatal dopaminergic system Schulz, Horst
1979
249-270 2-3 p. 185-190
6 p.
artikel
39 Action of vasodilator agents on inner and outer muscle of bovine coronary arteries Garland, Christopher J.
1983
249-270 2-3 p. 327-330
4 p.
artikel
40 Actions of adenine dinucleotides on the vas deferens, guinea-pig taenia caeci and bladder Stone, Trevor W.
1981
249-270 2-3 p. 93-102
10 p.
artikel
41 Actions of 4-amino-3-(5-methoxybenzo(b)furan-2-yl) butanoic acid and 4-amino-3-benzo(b)furan-2-yl butanoic acid in the rat spinal cord Hammond, Donna L.
1992
249-270 2-3 p. 227-234
8 p.
artikel
42 Actions of chlorpromazine metabolites on brain guanylate cyclase Pajer, Kathleen A.
1981
249-270 2-3 p. 137-139
3 p.
artikel
43 Actions of novel agonists, antagonists and antipsychotic agents at recombinant rat 5-HT6 receptors: A comparative study of coupling to Gαs Dupuis, Delphine S.
2008
249-270 2-3 p. 170-177
8 p.
artikel
44 Actions of novel bombesin receptor antagonists on pancreatic secretion in Jaworek, Jolanta
1992
249-270 2-3 p. 239-245
7 p.
artikel
45 Actions of 8-OH-DPAT on sympathetic and respiratory drives, blood pressure and heart rate in the rabbit Shepheard, Sara L.
1990
249-270 2-3 p. 267-272
6 p.
artikel
46 Actions of prostanoids to induce emesis and defecation in the ferret Kan, Kelvin K.W
2002
249-270 2-3 p. 299-308
10 p.
artikel
47 Actions of thienyl analogs of baclofen at GABAB receptors in rat neocortical slices Ong, Jennifer
1997
249-270 2-3 p. 133-136
4 p.
artikel
48 Actions of thienyl analogs of baclofen in the guinea-pig isolated ileum Ong, Jennifer
1992
249-270 2-3 p. 343-345
3 p.
artikel
49 Activation by Phoneutria nigriventer spider venom of autonomic nerve fibers in the isolated rat heart Costa, Soraia K.P
1998
249-270 2-3 p. 139-146
8 p.
artikel
50 Activation of adenosine A3 receptors on macrophages inhibits tumor necrosis factor-α McWhinney, Charlene D.
1996
249-270 2-3 p. 209-216
8 p.
artikel
51 Activation of BKCa channel via endothelin ETA receptors in porcine coronary artery smooth muscle cells Hu, Shiling
1997
249-270 2-3 p. 277-282
6 p.
artikel
52 Activation of dopamine receptors inhibits calcium-dependent glutamate release from cotico-striatal terminals in vitro Rowlands, Gethin J.
1980
249-270 2-3 p. 241-242
2 p.
artikel
53 Activation of epithelial sodium channel in human middle ear epithelial cells by dexamethasone Son, Eun Jin
2009
249-270 2-3 p. 383-387
5 p.
artikel
54 Activation of ERK1/2, JNK and PKB by hydrogen peroxide in human SH-SY5Y neuroblastoma cells: role of ERK1/2 in H2O2-induced cell death Ruffels, James
2004
249-270 2-3 p. 163-173
11 p.
artikel
55 Activation of glutamate metabotropic receptors induces long-term potentiation Bortolotto, Zuner A.
1992
249-270 2-3 p. 297-298
2 p.
artikel
56 Activation of G protein by opioid receptors: role of receptor number and G-protein concentration Remmers, Ann E
2000
249-270 2-3 p. 67-75
9 p.
artikel
57 Activation of group-II metabotropic glutamate receptors blocks induction of long-term potentiation and depotentiation in area CA1 of the rat in vivo Hölscher, Christian
1997
249-270 2-3 p. 155-163
9 p.
artikel
58 Activation of group I mGlu receptors contributes to facilitation of NMDA receptor membrane current in spinal dorsal horn neurons after hind paw inflammation in rats Yang, Kun
2011
249-270 2-3 p. 509-518
10 p.
artikel
59 Activation of 5-HT1A receptors potentiates the clonidine inhibitory effect in the locus coeruleus Ruiz-Ortega, José A
1997
249-270 2-3 p. 159-162
4 p.
artikel
60 Activation of 5-HT2 receptors induces glycogenolysis in the rat brain Darvesh, Altaf S
2003
249-270 2-3 p. 135-140
6 p.
artikel
61 Activation of KATP channels increases anticancer drug delivery to brain tumors and survival Ningaraj, Nagendra S.
2009
249-270 2-3 p. 188-193
6 p.
artikel
62 Activation of multiple mitogen-activated protein kinases by recombinant calcitonin gene-related peptide receptor Parameswaran, Narayanan
2000
249-270 2-3 p. 125-130
6 p.
artikel
63 Activation of neuropeptide Y1 and neuropeptide Y2 receptors by substituted and truncated neuropeptide Y analogs: identification of signal epitopes Grundemar, Lars
1993
249-270 2-3 p. 271-278
8 p.
artikel
64 Activation of neurotensin receptors in the prefrontal cortex stimulates midbrain dopamine cell firing Rompré, Pierre-Paul
1998
249-270 2-3 p. 169-172
4 p.
artikel
65 Activation of particulate guanylyl cyclase by Vibrio vulnificus hemolysin Kook, Hyun
1999
249-270 2-3 p. 267-272
6 p.
artikel
66 Activation of protein kinase B/Akt and endothelial nitric oxide synthase mediates agmatine-induced endothelium-dependent relaxation Santhanam, Anantha Vijay R
2007
249-270 2-3 p. 189-196
8 p.
artikel
67 Activation of rat locus coeruleus neuron GABAA receptors by propofol and its potentiation by pentobarbital or alphaxalone Chen, Chien-Liang
1999
249-270 2-3 p. 201-210
10 p.
artikel
68 Activation of rat recombinant α1β2γ2S GABAA receptor by the insecticide ivermectin Adelsberger, Helmuth
2000
249-270 2-3 p. 163-170
8 p.
artikel
69 Activation of spinal orexin-1 receptor produces anti-allodynic effect in the rat carrageenan test Yamamoto, Tatsuo
2003
249-270 2-3 p. 175-180
6 p.
artikel
70 Activation of the ATP-sensitive K+ channel by decavanadate in guinea-pig ventricular myocytes Nakashima, Hitoshi
1993
249-270 2-3 p. 219-226
8 p.
artikel
71 Activation of the reticulothalamic cholinergic pathway by the major metabolites of aniracetam Nakamura, Kazuo
1999
249-270 2-3 p. 81-89
9 p.
artikel
72 Activity and onset of action of reboxetine and effect of combination with sertraline in an animal model of depression Harkin, Andrew
1999
249-270 2-3 p. 123-132
10 p.
artikel
73 Activity of diadenosine polyphosphates at P2Y receptors stably expressed in 1321N1 cells Patel, Kalpana
2001
249-270 2-3 p. 203-210
8 p.
artikel
74 Acute actions of 3α-hydroxy-tibolone on factors influencing contraction in guinea-pig ventricular myocytes Liew, Reginald
2004
249-270 2-3 p. 141-145
5 p.
artikel
75 Acute administration of nicotine impairs the hypotensive responses to bradykinin in rats Paganelli, Maria O
2001
249-270 2-3 p. 241-246
6 p.
artikel
76 Acute and chronic effects of neuroleptics and acute effects of apomorphine and amphetamine on dopamine turnover in corpus striatum and substantia nigra of the rat brain Nicolaou, Nicos M.
1980
249-270 2-3 p. 123-132
10 p.
artikel
77 Acute and chronic neutral endopeptidase inhibition and the natriuretic response to acute volume expansion Scheuermann, Michaela
1998
249-270 2-3 p. 245-252
8 p.
artikel
78 Acute and chronic phencyclidine effects on locomotor activity, stereotypy and ataxia in rats Castellani, Sam
1981
249-270 2-3 p. 143-154
12 p.
artikel
79 Acute antinociceptive tolerance and unidirectional cross-tolerance to endomorphin-1 and endomorphin-2 given intraventricularly in the rat Hung, Kuei-chun
2002
249-270 2-3 p. 169-174
6 p.
artikel
80 Acute corticosterone increases conditioned spontaneous orofacial behaviors but fails to influence dose related LiCl-induced conditioned “gaping” responses in a rodent model of anticipatory nausea Ossenkopp, Klaus-Peter
2011
249-270 2-3 p. 358-362
5 p.
artikel
81 Acute effects of morphine on the expression of mRNAs for NMDA receptor subunits in the rat hippocampus, hypothalamus and spinal cord Le Grevès, Pierre
1998
249-270 2-3 p. 161-164
4 p.
artikel
82 Acute effects of S-adenosyl-L-methionine on catecholaminergic central function Otero Losada, Matilde E.
1989
249-270 2-3 p. 353-356
4 p.
artikel
83 Acute effects of γ-vinyl GABA on the GABAergic system in rats as studied by microdialysis Jolkkonen, Jukka
1992
249-270 2-3 p. 269-272
4 p.
artikel
84 Acute glucosuria after continuous glucocorticoid loading in the rat in vivo Yamanouchi, Toshikazu
1998
249-270 2-3 p. 257-263
7 p.
artikel
85 Acute inhibition of glutathione biosynthesis alters endothelial function and blood pressure in rats Ganafa, Agaba A
2002
249-270 2-3 p. 217-223
7 p.
artikel
86 Acute inhibition of inducible nitric oxide synthase but not its absence suppresses asthma-like responses Landgraf, Richardt G.
2005
249-270 2-3 p. 212-220
9 p.
artikel
87 Acute noise stress reduces [3H]5-hydroxytryptamine uptake in rat brain synaptosomes: protective effects of buspirone and tianeptine Mennini, Tiziana
1993
249-270 2-3 p. 255-260
6 p.
artikel
88 Acute or prolonged exposure to 1-aminocyclopropanecarboxylic acid protects spinal neurons against NMDA toxicity Lin, Yu
1996
249-270 2-3 p. 491-496
6 p.
artikel
89 Acute paw oedema induced by local injection of adenosine A1, A2 and A3 receptor agonists Sawynok, Jana
1999
249-270 2-3 p. 253-261
9 p.
artikel
90 Acute reserpine administration elicits long-term spontaneous oral dyskinesia Sussman, Amy N
1997
249-270 2-3 p. 157-160
4 p.
artikel
91 A cyano analogue of boswellic acid induces crosstalk between p53/PUMA/Bax and telomerase that stages the human papillomavirus type 18 positive HeLa cells to apoptotic death Khan, Sheema
2011
249-270 2-3 p. 241-248
8 p.
artikel
92 Acylation of σ receptors by Metaphit, an isothiocyanate derivative of phencyclidine Bluth, Lawrence S.
1989
249-270 2-3 p. 273-277
5 p.
artikel
93 Adaptation of cortical NMDA receptors by chronic treatment with specific serotonin reuptake inhibitors Nowak, Gabriel
1998
249-270 2-3 p. 367-370
4 p.
artikel
94 Adenosine A1 and A2 receptor agonists significantly prevent the electroencephalographic effects induced by MK-801 in rats Popoli, Patrizia
1997
249-270 2-3 p. 143-146
4 p.
artikel
95 Adenosine A2A receptors modulate the binding characteristics of dopamine D2 receptors in stably cotransfected fibroblast cells Dasgupta, Sarmila
1996
249-270 2-3 p. 325-331
7 p.
artikel
96 Adenosine alters the vascular effects of a diacylglycerol analogue and polymyxin B Serban, Dragomir N.
1990
249-270 2-3 p. 377-379
3 p.
artikel
97 Adenosine A2 receptor activation facilitates 45Ca2+ uptake by rat brain synaptosomes Gonçalves, M.Lurdes
1996
249-270 2-3 p. 257-261
5 p.
artikel
98 Adenosine A2 receptor mediation of pre- and postsynaptic excitatory effects of adenosine in rat hippocampus in vitro Li, He
1998
249-270 2-3 p. 173-182
10 p.
artikel
99 Adenosine A1 receptors are not involved in contraction of canine gastric muscularis mucosae by adenosine analogues Muller, Milan J.
1994
249-270 2-3 p. 151-156
6 p.
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100 Adenosine A1 receptors determine effects of caffeine on total fluid intake but not caffeine appetite Rieg, Timo
2007
249-270 2-3 p. 174-177
4 p.
artikel
101 Adenosine A1 receptors mediate hypoxia-induced inhibition of electrically evoked transmitter release from rat striatal slices Jin, Shaoyu
1997
249-270 2-3 p. 107-113
7 p.
artikel
102 Adenosine A2 receptors modulate haloperidol-induced catalepsy in rats Mandhane, Sanjay N
1997
249-270 2-3 p. 135-141
7 p.
artikel
103 Adenosine A2 stimulation of tyrosine hydroxylase in rat striatal minces is reversed by dopamine D2 autoreceptor activation Booth, Raymond G.
1990
249-270 2-3 p. 217-221
5 p.
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104 Adenosine contracts the isolated rat tail artery by releasing endogenous-5-hydroxytryptamine Brown, Christine M.
1981
249-270 2-3 p. 275-277
3 p.
artikel
105 Adenosine kinase inhibition protects brain against transient focal ischemia in rats Jiang, Ning
1997
249-270 2-3 p. 131-137
7 p.
artikel
106 Adenosine modulates cell proliferation in human colonic adenocarcinoma. I. Possible involvement of adenosine A1 receptor subtypes in HT29 cells Lelièvre, Vincent
1998
249-270 2-3 p. 289-297
9 p.
artikel
107 Adenosine modulates cell proliferation in human colonic carcinoma. II. Differential behavior of HT29, DLD-1, Caco-2 and SW403 cell lines Lelièvre, Vincent
1998
249-270 2-3 p. 299-308
10 p.
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108 Adenosine receptor activation in brain reduces stress-induced ulcer formation Geiger, Jonathan D.
1985
249-270 2-3 p. 185-190
6 p.
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109 Adenosine receptor agonists inhibit inositol phosphate accumulation in rat striatal slices Petcoff, Douglas W.
1987
249-270 2-3 p. 269-271
3 p.
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110 Adenosine 5′-triphosphate, adenosine and endothelium-derived relaxing factor in hypoxic vasodilatation of the heart Hopwood, Alexandra M.
1989
249-270 2-3 p. 323-326
4 p.
artikel
111 Adenovirus-mediated expression of 5-HT1B receptors in cardiac ventricle myocytes; coupling to inwardly rectifying K+ channels Ghavami, Afshin
1997
249-270 2-3 p. 259-266
8 p.
artikel
112 A diminution of Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol modulation of dynorphin A-(1–17) in conjunction with tolerance development Mason Jr., David J.
1999
249-270 2-3 p. 105-111
7 p.
artikel
113 Administration of carbamazepine in the nucleus of the solitary tract inhibits the antihypertensive effect of clonidine Mosqueda-Garcia, Rogelio
1991
249-270 2-3 p. 213-216
4 p.
artikel
114 A dopamine mechanism is implied in the acquisition and expression of amphetamine and stress-induced effects observed in the lymphocyte subpopulations Assis, María Amparo
2008
249-270 2-3 p. 405-414
10 p.
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115 Adrenal steroids affect the norepinephrine-sensitive adenylate cyclase system in the rat limbic forebrain Mobley, Philip L.
1980
249-270 2-3 p. 321-322
2 p.
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116 α-adrenergic blocking properties of quinine HCl Mecca, Thomas E.
1980
249-270 2-3 p. 159-166
8 p.
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117 α 2-Adrenergic control of dopamine overflow and metabolism in mouse striatum Yavich, Leonid
1997
249-270 2-3 p. 113-119
7 p.
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118 Adrenergic inhibition of insulin secretion involves pertussis toxin-sensitive and -insensitive mechanisms Hillaire-Buys, Dominique
1992
249-270 2-3 p. 359-362
4 p.
artikel
119 Adrenergic nerves mediate acetylcholine-induced endothelium-independent vasodilation in the rat mesenteric resistance artery Shiraki, Hinako
2001
249-270 2-3 p. 231-242
12 p.
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120 β-Adrenergic receptor-mediated increases in mouse cerebellar cyclic GMP levels in vitro Foster, George A.
1983
249-270 2-3 p. 253-258
6 p.
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121 Adrenergic receptors in the nucleus accumbens shell differentially modulate dopamine and acetylcholine receptor-mediated turning behaviour Ikeda, Hiroko
2007
249-270 2-3 p. 175-182
8 p.
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122 β-Adrenergic regulation of amine precursor amino acid transport across the blood-brain barrier Takao, Yoshiki
1992
249-270 2-3 p. 245-251
7 p.
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123 β-adrenoceptor activation induces prostaglandin E2 generation in guinea-pig trachea Omini, Claudio
1981
249-270 2-3 p. 227-231
5 p.
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124 β3-Adrenoceptor agonists: potential, pitfalls and progress Arch, Jonathan R.S.
2002
249-270 2-3 p. 99-107
9 p.
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125 α1-Adrenoceptor antagonist decreased α2-adrenoceptor antagonist-induced high voltage spindle suppression in adult and aged rats Riekkinen Jr., Paavo
1993
249-270 2-3 p. 317-320
4 p.
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126 α 2-Adrenoceptor antagonists enhance responses of dorsal horn neurones to formalin induced inflammation Green, G.Mark
1998
249-270 2-3 p. 201-204
4 p.
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127 β1-adrenoceptor antibodies induce positive inotropic response in isolated cardiomyocytes Staudt, Alexander
2001
249-270 2-3 p. 115-119
5 p.
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128 β-adrenoceptor blockade in rats enhances the ambulation induced by 5-HT1A receptor agonists Kalkman, Hans O.
1989
249-270 2-3 p. 121-125
5 p.
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129 β-Adrenoceptor desensitization in guinea-pig isolated trachea Fernandes, Lynette B.
1988
249-270 2-3 p. 135-145
11 p.
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130 α 2-adrenoceptor-mediated coronary vasoconstriction persists after exhaustion of coronary dilator reserve Deussen, Andreas
1985
249-270 2-3 p. 147-153
7 p.
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131 β 2-Adrenoceptor-mediated increase in the slow inward calcium current in atrial cells Iijima, Toshihiko
1989
249-270 2-3 p. 357-360
4 p.
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132 α 2-Adrenoceptor-mediated inhibition of nerve stimulation-evoked release of neuropeptide Y (NPY)-like immunoreactivity in the pithed guinea-pig Dahlöf, Carl
1986
249-270 2-3 p. 279-283
5 p.
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133 α-adrenoceptor occupancy by N,N-dimethyl-2-bromo-2-phenethylamine hydrobromide (DMPEA) in rat vas deferens Melchiorre, Carlo
1988
249-270 2-3 p. 255-261
7 p.
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134 α 2-Adrenoceptors and vigilance in cats: Antagonism of medetomidine sedation by atipamezole Stenberg, Dag
1993
249-270 2-3 p. 241-247
7 p.
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135 β-adrenoceptor sites in maturing red blood cells of the rat: Differing development of agonist and antagonist binding Wiemer, Gabriele
1982
249-270 2-3 p. 167-170
4 p.
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136 β 3-adrenoceptors mediate relaxation of guinea pig taenia caecum by BRL37344A and BRL35135A Koike, Katsuo
1997
249-270 2-3 p. 217-221
5 p.
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137 α 1-Adrenoceptors mediate the responses to BHT-920 and rauwolscine in dog mesenteric artery after partial depolarization by KCl Yong-Yuan, Guan
1991
249-270 2-3 p. 283-287
5 p.
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138 ß-adrenoceptor stimulation exacerbates detrimental effects of ischemia and reperfusion in isolated guinea pig ventricular myocytes Ross, Jenna L.
2009
249-270 2-3 p. 364-372
9 p.
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139 α-Adrenoceptor stimulation of porcine pulmonary arteries Pepke-Zaba, Joanna
1993
249-270 2-3 p. 169-175
7 p.
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140 α2-Adrenoceptor subsensitivity in mesenteric vascular bed of cholestatic rats: The role of nitric oxide and endogenous opioids Borhani, Amir Ali
2005
249-270 2-3 p. 183-189
7 p.
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141 α 1-Adrenoceptor subtype activation increases proto-oncogene mRNA levels. Role of protein kinase C Garcı́a-Sáinz, J.Adolfo
1998
249-270 2-3 p. 311-317
7 p.
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142 α 1-Adrenoceptor subtype involved in the positive inotropic response to phenylephrine in rat atria Hideki Noguchi,
1993
249-270 2-3 p. 291-293
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433 Antitussive effect of WIN 55212-2, a cannabinoid receptor agonist Morita, Kayo
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434 Anti-ulcer effects of antioxidants: effect of probucol Ito, Mikio
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435 An unambiguous assay for the cloned human sigma1 receptor reveals high affinity interactions with dopamine D4 receptor selective compounds and a distinct structure–affinity relationship for butyrophenones Lee, Ivan T.
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436 Anxiety and depression: Neurobiology, pharmacology and clinic 1994
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437 Anxiogenic-like effect of the neuropeptide Y Y1 receptor antagonist BIBP3226: antagonism with diazepam Kask, Ants
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438 Anxiolytic action of CGS 9896 on mouse exploratory behavior Smith, Courtney B.
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439 Anxiolytic effects of flesinoxan in the stress-induced hyperthermia paradigm in singly-housed mice are 5-HT1A receptor mediated Olivier, Berend
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440 Anxiolytic effects of lamotrigine and JZP-4 in the elevated plus maze and in the four plate conflict test Foreman, Mark M.
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441 Anxiolytic-like action of neurokinin substance P administered systemically or into the nucleus basalis magnocellularis region Hasenöhrl, Rüdiger U
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442 Anxiolytic-like activity of R(+)- and S(−)-zacopride in mice Young, Richard
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443 Anxiolytic-like effects of baicalein and baicalin in the Vogel conflict test in mice Liao, Jyh-Fei
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444 Apamin-sensitive K+ channels involved in the inhibition of acetylcholine-induced contractions in lamb coronary small arteries Simonsen, Ulf
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445 Apamin-sensitive SKCa channels modulate adrenal catecholamine release in anesthetized dogs Nagayama, Takahiro
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446 A partial agonist model used in the allosteric modulation of the NMDA receptor Robichon, Regine
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447 A peripheral 5-HT1D-like receptor involved in serotonergic induced hindlimb scratching in rats Berendsen, Hemmie H.G.
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448 A pharmacological analysis of the effects of (+)-AJ 76 and (+)-UH 232 at release regulating pre- and postsynaptic receptors Gifford, Andrew N.
1993
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449 A pharmacological study of the responses induced by muscarinic agonists on the isolated superior cervical ganglion of the guinea-pig Roberts, Katie E.
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450 A phorbol ester inhibits the release of endothelium-derived relaxing factor Lewis, Malcolm J.
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451 Apomorphine increases vesicular monoamine transporter-2 function: implications for neurodegeneration Truong, Jannine G
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452 Apomorphine-induced hypoattention in rats and reversal of the choice performance impairment by aniracetam Nakamura, Kazuo
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453 Apoptotic effects of imidazo[1,2-a]pyrazine derivatives in the human Dami cell line Zurbonsen, Katja
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454 A possible mechanism of action of tetramethylpyrazine on vascular smooth muscle in rat aorta Wu, Chin-Chen
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455 A possible mechanism of the tyramine-induced head-twitch response Orikasa, Syuzo
1982
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456 A possible mechanism underlying corymine inhibition of glycine-induced Cl− current in Xenopus oocytes Leewanich, Pathama
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457 A possible physiological role of histamine H2-receptors in rat mesenteric circulation Impicciatore, Mariannina
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458 A possible role for urinary bladder epithelium in bradykinin-induced contraction in diabetic rats Pinna, Christian
1992
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459 A potent antagonist of the strychnine insensitive glycine receptor has anticonvulsant properties Sheardown, Malcolm J.
1989
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460 Apparent antinociceptive and anti-inflammatory effects of GYKI 52466 Székely, József I
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461 Apparent desensitization of a σ receptor sub-population in neonatal rat cardiac myocytes by pre-treatment with σ receptor ligands Ela, Catherine
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462 Apparent down-regulation of muscarinic acetylcholine receptors of neuroblastoma cells by pilocarpine is due to occluded agonist Milligan, Graeme
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463 Apparent thermodynamic parameters of ligand binding to the cloned rat μ-opioid receptor Li, Jian-Guo
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464 A protein kinase inhibitor, H-7, inhibits the development of tolerance to opioid antinociception Narita, Minoru
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465 A proteomic approach to receptor signaling: Molecular mechanisms and therapeutic implications derived from discovery of the dopamine D2 receptor signalplex Kabbani, Nadine
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466 Aprotinin stimulates angiogenesis and human endothelial cell migration through the growth factor pleiotrophin and its receptor protein tyrosine phosphatase β/ζ Koutsioumpa, Marina
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467 AQ-A 39 (5,6-dimethoxy-2-[3[[α-(3,4-dimethoxy)-phenyl-ethyl]methylamino]propyl]phtalimidine), a specific bradycardic agent with direct action on the heart Kobinger, Walter
1981
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468 Arachidonic acid and its metabolites are involved in the expression of morphine dependence in guinea-pig isolated ileum Capasso, Anna
1997
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469 Arachidonic acid metabolites and the synaptic potentiation evoked by activation of metabotropic glutamate receptors Collins, Dawn R
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470 Arachidonic acid products-mediated contraction induced by bradykinin in relaxed mesenteric arterial rings from Holtzman rats Weinberg, Maria L.D
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471 Arachidonic acid release and platelet-activating factor formation by staurosporine in human neutrophils challenged with n-formyl peptide Müller, Stefan
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472 2-Arachidonoylglycerol, a candidate of endothelium-derived hyperpolarizing factor Kagota, Satomi
2001
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473 Arachidonylcyclopropylamide increases microglial cell migration through cannabinoid CB2 and abnormal-cannabidiol-sensitive receptors Franklin, Allyn
2003
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474 2-Arachidonylglyceryl ether and abnormal cannabidiol-induced vascular smooth muscle relaxation in rabbit pulmonary arteries via receptor-pertussis toxin sensitive G proteins-ERK1/2 signaling Su, Judy Y.
2007
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475 A rapid and reversible change in dopamine transporters induced by methamphetamine Fleckenstein, Annette E
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476 Are C-terminal octapeptide of cholecystokinin and [Leu11]gastrin-(5–17) different in stimulating acid secretion in isolated rabbit gastric glands? Oiry, Catherine
1995
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477 Are high-affinity progesterone binding site(s) from porcine liver microsomes members of the σ receptor family? Meyer, Christiane
1998
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478 Are Wistar-Kyoto rats a genetic animal model of depression resistant to antidepressants? Lahmame, Abdeljalil
1997
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479 Arginine homeostasis in allergic asthma Maarsingh, Harm
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480 Arginine or citrulline associated with a statin stimulates nitric oxide production in bovine aortic endothelial cells Berthe, Marie-Clotilde
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481 [Arg8]vasopressin-induced contractions of rabbit urinary bladder smooth muscle Crankshaw, Denis
1989
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482 Aripiprazole, an atypical antipsychotic, prevents the motor hyperactivity induced by psychotomimetics and psychostimulants in mice Leite, Juliana V.
2008
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483 A role for endocannabinoids in indomethacin-induced spinal antinociception Gühring, Hans
2002
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484 A role of myofilament Ca2+ sensitivity in enhanced vascular reactivity in cardiomyopathic hamsters Sato, Atsushi
1998
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485 A role of nitric oxide in WIN 55,212-2 tolerance in mice Spina, Eleonora
1998
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486 Arrhythmias induced by myocardial ischaemia-reperfusion are sensitive to ionotropic excitatory amino acid receptor antagonists D'Amico, Michele
1999
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487 Ascending neural pathways in the rat ileum in vitro — Effect of capsaicin and involvement of nitric oxide Allescher, Hans-Dieter
1992
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488 A selective inhibitor of cyclooxygenase-2 reverses endotoxin-induced pyretic responses in non-human primates Chan, Chi-Chung
1997
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489 A sensitive test for studying the effects of opioids on a C-fibre reflex elicited by a wide range of stimulus intensities in the rat Strimbu-Gozariu, Manuela
1993
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490 A single residue contributes sensitivity to allosteric modulation of AMPA receptors by LY395153 Quirk, Jennifer C
2002
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491 ASPET 1983 1983
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492 Assessment of the chloroethyl analog of 3-PPP (N-n-propyl-3-(3-hydroxyphenyl)-piperidine), 3-PPP-Cl as an irreversible ligand for central dopaminergic recognition sites Williams, Michael
1983
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493 Assessment of the role of adrenoceptor function in ischemia-induced impairment of 2-deoxyglucose uptake and CA1 field potential in rat hippocampal slices Shigenobu, Shibata
1992
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494 Astragaloside IV attenuates myocardial fibrosis by inhibiting TGF-β1 signaling in coxsackievirus B3-induced cardiomyopathy Chen, Ping
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495 A study comparing the effects of rosiglitazone and/or insulin treatments on streptozotocin induced diabetic (type I diabetes) rat aorta and cavernous tissues Elçioğlu, H. Kübra
2011
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496 Asymmetrical distributions of muscarinic receptor binding in the hippocampus of female rats Wolff, Samuel C.
2008
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497 Asymmetric dimethylarginine (ADMA) induces vascular endothelium impairment and aggravates post-ischemic ventricular dysfunction in rats De Gennaro Colonna, Vito
2007
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498 A synergetic role of 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 in 17β-estradial induced-proliferation and differentiation of osteoblastic MC3T3-E1 cells Song, Lige
2011
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499 A synthetic prostacyclin agonist with thromboxane synthase inhibitory activity, ONO-1301, protects myocardium from ischemia/reperfusion injury Hirata, Yoichiro
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500 Atorvastatin increases hepatic fatty acid beta-oxidation in sucrose-fed rats: comparison with an MTP inhibitor Funatsu, Toshiyuki
2002
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501 Atorvastatin limits the pro-inflammatory response of rat aortic smooth muscle cells to thrombin Haloui, Mounsif
2003
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502 ATP-gated K+ channel openers enhance opioid antinociception: indirect evidence for the release of endogenous opioid peptides Lohmann, Alka B
1999
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503 ATP-induced, P2U purinoceptor-mediated constriction of isolated, perfused mesenteric beds of the rat 1 Part of the present study has been presented at the 71st General Meeting of Japanese Pharmacological Society in Kyoto, 24th March, 1998. 1 Ohara, Naoki
1998
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504 ATP-sensitive K+ channel effects on nerve function, Na+, K+ ATPase, and glutathione in diabetic rats Hohman, Thomas C
2000
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505 Atrial and brain natriuretic peptides share binding sites in the kidney and heart Oehlenschlager, William F.
1989
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506 Atrial natriuretic factor influences in vivo plasma, lung and aortic wall cGMP concentrations differently Arnal, Jean-François
1993
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507 α-atrial natriuretic peptide attenuates ethanol withdrawal symptoms Kovács, Gábor L.
1993
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508 Atrial natriuretic peptide suppresses renal vasoconstriction induced by angiotensin II and norepinephrine in dogs Hiroaki, Hisa
1992
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509 Atrial peptides inhibit protein kinase C-mediated contraction in rat aorta Donabella Sauro, Marie
1990
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510 Attempt to antagonize the stimulatory effect of ATP on insulin secretion Chapal, Jeannie
1981
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511 Attention-dependent reduction in prepulse inhibition of the startle reflex in cannabis users and schizophrenia patients—A pilot study Kedzior, Karina K.
2007
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512 Attenuation of ischemic and postischemic damage to brain metabolism and circulation by a novel Ca2+ channel antagonist, NC-1100, in spontaneously hypertensive rats Seizo, Sadoshima
1992
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513 Attenuation of MDMA-induced hyperthermia by ethanol in rats depends on ambient temperature Cassel, Jean-Christophe
2007
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514 Atypical antipsychotic-like effects of the dopamine D3 receptor agonist, (+)-PD 128,907 1 Animals used in these studies were maintained in facilities fully accredited by the American Association for the Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care (AAALAC). In conducting the research described in this report, the investigators adhered to the `Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals', as promulgated by the Committee on the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals of the Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources, National Research Council. 1 Witkin, Jeffrey
1998
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515 Atypical receptors mediate the response to endothelin-1 and sarafotoxin S6b in the human umbilical artery Laursen, Maria
1998
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516 Audiogenic seizures: Increased benzodiazepin receptor binding in a susceptible strain of mice Robertson, Harold A.
1980
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517 Augmentation of spontaneous cough by enalapril through up-regulation of bradykinin B1 receptors in guinea pigs Hirata, Rikiya
2003
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518 Augmented antinociception following 7-nitro indazole and flurbiprofen in the conscious mouse Gaffen, Zoe
1994
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519 Author index 2003
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608 Author Index 2007
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609 Author index to volume 115 1985
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610 Author index to volume 132 1986
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611 Author index to volume 131 1986
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612 Autonomic mechanisms in the acute cardiovascular effects of cocaine in conscious rats Poon, Jeremy
1998
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613 Autonomic modulation of action potential and tension in guinea pig papillary muscles Arreola, Jorge
1994
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614 Autoradiographic comparison of the potency of several structurally unrelated adenosine receptor antagonists at adenosine A1 and A2A receptors Fredholm, Bertil B
1999
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615 Autoradiographic evidence for the occlusion of rat brain dopamine D3 receptors in vivo Schotte, Alain
1992
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616 Autoradiographic localisation of endothelin binding sites in kidney Jones, C.Richard
1989
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617 Autoradiographic localization of β-adrenoceptors in rat kidney Summers, Roger J.
1983
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618 Autoradiographic localization of binding sites for 125I-DOI, a new psychotomimetic radioligand, in the rat brain McKenna, Dennis J.
1987
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619 Autoradiographic localization of CCK receptors in guinea pig brain Zarbin, Marco A.
1981
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620 Autoradiographic localization of [3H]nicardipine binding sites in the human renal artery Ferrante, Fabio
1993
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621 Autoradiographic localization of 2-[125I]iodomelatonin binding sites in the brains of C3H/HeN and C57BL/6J strains of mice Siuciak, Judith A.
1990
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673 Big endothelin-1 and big endothelin-3 are constrictor agents in the microvasculature: evidence for the local phosphoramidon-sensitive conversion of big endothelin-1 Lawrence, Elizabeth
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676 Bilateral kidney ligation abolishes pressor response to N G-nitro-d-arginine Wang, Yong-Xiang
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680 Binding characteristics of [3 H]DAA1106, a novel and selective ligand for peripheral benzodiazepine receptors Chaki, Shigeyuki
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681 Binding characterization of [ 3H ]S-0139, an antagonist of the endothelin ETA receptor subtype Mihara, Shin-ichi
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682 Binding domain of oligomycin on Na+,K+-ATPase Homareda, Haruo
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683 Binding in vivo of selective μ and δ opioid receptor agonists: opioid receptor occupancy by endogenous enkephalins Meucci, Elizabeth
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684 Binding of active components of compound 48 80 to rat peritoneal mast cells Yasushi Koibuchi,
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685 Binding of an adenosine A1 receptor agonist and adenosine A1 receptor antagonist to sheep pineal membranes Falcón, Jack
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687 Binding of a specific 5-HT uptake inhibitor, [3H]norzimelidine, to rat brain homogenates Hall, H.
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688 Binding of cyclic and linear MSH core peptides to the melanocortin receptor subtypes Schiöth, Helgi B
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689 Binding of [3H]brofaromine to monoamine oxidase A in vivo: displacement by clorgyline and moclobemide Waldmeier, P.C.
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690 Binding of [3H](+)-BW373U86 to δ-opioid receptors in rat brain membranes Campa, Michael J.
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698 Binding sites for 125I-neuropeptide Y (NPY) on membranes from bovine adrenal medulla Cherdchu, Chainarong
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699 Biochemical and pharmacological studies on pramipexole, a potent and selective dopamine D2 receptor agonist Mierau, Joachim
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700 Biochemical, cellular and pharmacological activities of a human neuropeptide FF-related peptide Gelot, Agathe
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701 Biochemical mechanisms of regulation of mucus secretion by prostaglandin E2 in rat gastric mucosa Bersimbaev, Rakhmet I.
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702 Biological activities of N 6,C8-disubstituted adenosine derivatives as partial agonists at rat brain adenosine A1 receptors Lorenzen, Anna
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703 Biological activity of carboxy-terminal gastrin analogs Sandvik, Arne K
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712 Bipolar-shape response of human neutrophils to corticotropin-releasing factor Iavicoli, Sergio
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715 Bis-imide granulatimide analogues as potent Checkpoint 1 kinase inhibitors Hénon, Hélène
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730 BMY 7378, a buspirone analog with high affinity, selectivity and low intrinsic activity at the 5-HT1A receptor in rat and guinea pig hippocampal membranes Yocca, Frank D.
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744 Brain kinetics and specific binding of [11C]PK 11195 to ω 3 sites in baboons: positron emission tomography study Petit-Taboué, Marie-Christine
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745 Brain phospholipase C/diacylglycerol lipase are involved in bombesin BB2 receptor-mediated activation of sympatho-adrenomedullary outflow in rats Shimizu, Takahiro
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816 Cardioprotection by ramiprilat in isolated rabbit hearts Rump, A.F.E.
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824 Cardiosuppressive effect of α-human atrial natriuretic polypeptide (α-hANP) in spontaneously hypertensive rats Arika Sasaki,
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825 Cardiovascular activity of WIN 65579, a novel inhibitor of cyclic GMP phosphodiesterase 5 Silver, Paul J
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830 Cardiovascular effects of L-tyrosine: influence of blockade of tyrosine metabolism Ekholm, Sari
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846 Catabolism of 6 keto PGE1: biological activation by the rat kidney in vitro Moore, Philip K.
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847 Catalepsy-associated behavior induced by dopamine D1 receptor antagonists and partial dopamine D1 receptor agonists in squirrel monkeys Rosenzweig-Lipson, Sharon
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861 Central action of σ receptor ligand, JO 1784, to suppress CRF-induced inhibition of gastric function in conscious rats Yoneda, Masashi
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862 Central actions of somatostatin Olpe, Hans-Rudolf
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864 Central administration of p-octopamine to mice: assessment of antinociception Raffa, Robert B.
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912 Characterisation of the contractile activity of eletriptan at the canine vascular 5-HT1B receptor Gupta, Paul
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913 Characterisation of the effects of SR146131, a novel non-peptide CCK1 receptor agonist, on IMR-32 human neuroblastoma cells Schaeffer, Paul
2000
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914 Characterisation of the endothelin receptor mediating contraction of human pulmonary artery using BQ123 and Ro 46-2005 Buchan, Kevin W.
1994
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915 Characterisation of the 5-HT receptor binding profile of eletriptan and kinetics of [3 H]eletriptan binding at human 5-HT1B and 5-HT1D receptors Napier, Carolyn
1999
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916 Characterisation of the 5-HT receptor potentiating neurotransmission in rabbit bladder Barras, Martine
1996
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917 Characterisation of the mechanisms by which purported dopamine agonists reduce spontaneous locomotor activity of mice Costall, Brenda
1981
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918 Characterisation of the prejunctional inhibitory muscarinic receptor on cholinergic nerves in the rat urinary bladder Shen, Albert
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919 Characterisation of the relaxant response to raloxifene in porcine coronary arteries Moritz, Alkje
2006
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920 Characterisation of the specific binding of the histamine H3 receptor antagonist radioligand [3H]GR168320 Brown, Jason D.
1996
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921 Characterisation using microphysiometry of CRF receptor pharmacology Smart, Darren
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922 Characteristics of μ and δ opioid binding sites in striatal slices of morphine-tolerant and -dependent mice Abdelhamid, Essam E.
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923 Characteristics of depressing effect of cycloprotobuxine-A on the maximal velocity of depolarization in myocardium Yong-Xiao, Wang
1992
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924 Characteristics of heterogeneity in the expression of vasoconstriction in response to N G-monomethyl-l-arginine in isolated canine arteries Kikkawa, Kohei
1999
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925 Characteristics of the NMDA receptor modulating hypoxia/hypoglycaemia-induced rat striatal dopamine release in vitro Toner, Christopher C
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926 Characterization and autoradiographic distribution of [3H]AF-DX 384 binding to putative muscarinic M2 receptors in the rat brain Aubert, Isabelle
1992
249-270 2-3 p. 173-184
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927 Characterization of adrenoceptor mechanisms in isolated guinea-pig uterine arteries Fallgren, Bo
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928 Characterization of α 1-adrenoceptor subtypes in the pig Wikberg-Matsson, Anna
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929 Characterization of a melatonin binding site in Siberian hamster brown adipose tissue Le Gouic, Sabine
1997
249-270 2-3 p. 271-278
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930 Characterization of a new AMPA receptor radioligand, [ 3 H ]2-amino-3-(3-carboxy-5-methyl-4-isoxazolyl)propionic acid Stensbøl, Tine B
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931 Characterization of a new synthetic isoflavonoid with inverse agonist activity at the central benzodiazepine receptor Lopes, Daniele V.S
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932 Characterization of binding kinetics of [3H]Tyr-d-Arg2-Phe-Sar4 at opioid receptors Vonhof, Stefan
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933 Characterization of bombesin binding sites in the rat stomach Ladenheim, Ellen E
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934 Characterization of CGRP1 receptors in the guinea pig basilar artery Jansen-Olesen, Inger
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935 Characterization of contractile prostanoid receptors on human airway smooth muscle Armour, Carol L.
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936 Characterization of ethanol-induced dopamine elevation in the rat nucleus accumbens Löf, Elin
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937 Characterization of furosemide-induced activation of the renal prostaglandin system Ciabattoni, Giovanni
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938 Characterization of histamine-induced contraction in rat isolated aorta Schoeffter, Philippe
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939 Characterization of histamine receptors in the ureter of the dog Dodel, Richard C.
1996
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940 Characterization of 5-HT1A receptor-mediated [ 35 S ]GTPγS binding in rat hippocampal membranes Alper, Richard H
1998
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941 Characterization of human urinary bladder KATP channels containing SUR2B splice variants expressed in L-cells Scott, Victoria E
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942 Characterization of 5-hydroxytryptamine-induced depolarizations in rat isolated vagus nerve Bley, Keith R.
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943 Characterization of 5-hydroxytryptamine3 receptors in the medial prefrontal cortex: a microiontophoretic study Ashby Jr., Charles R.
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944 Characterization of 2-[125I]iodomelatonin binding sites in hamster brain Duncan, Marilyn J.
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945 Characterization of muscarinic receptor and β-adrenoceptor interactions in guinea-pig oesophageal muscularis mucosae Watson, Nikki
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946 Characterization of muscarinic receptorsmediating vasodilation in rat perfused kidney Eltze, Manfrid
1993
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947 Characterization of neonatal rat morphine tolerance and dependence Thornton, Suzanne R
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948 Characterization of opioid receptors modulating the function of capsaicin-sensitive neurons in guinea-pig atria Mantelli, Laura
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949 Characterization of organic anion transport inhibitors using cells stably expressing human organic anion transporters Takeda, Michio
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950 Characterization of pancreastatin receptor and signaling in rat HTC hepatoma cells Sánchez-Margalet, Vı́ctor
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951 Characterization of β-phenylethylamine-induced monoamine release in rat nucleus accumbens: a microdialysis study Nakamura, Masato
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952 Characterization of phorbol esters activity on individual mammalian protein kinase C isoforms, using the yeast phenotypic assay Saraiva, Lucı́lia
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953 Characterization of sabiporide, a new specific NHE-1 inhibitor exhibiting slow dissociation kinetics and cardioprotective effects Touret, Nicolas
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954 Characterization of serotonin-toxicity syndrome (toxidrome) elicited by 5-hydroxy-l-tryptophan in clorgyline-pretreated rats Ma, Zhiyuan
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955 Characterization of specific binding of [125 I]L-762,459, a selective α 1A-adrenoceptor radioligand to rat and human tissues O'Malley, Stacey S
1998
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956 Characterization of tachykinin NK2 receptor on dog proximal colon. Antagonism by MEN 10,627 and SR 48,968 Parlani, Massimo
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957 Characterization of the α 1-adrenergic chronotropic response in neuropeptide Y-treated cardiomyocytes Sun, Lena S
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958 Characterization of the α 1-adrenoceptors of dog liver: predominance of the α 1A-subtype García-Sáinz, J.Adolfo
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959 Characterization of the α1-adrenoceptor subtype activating extracellular signal-regulated kinase in submandibular gland acinar cells Bruchas, Michael R.
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960 Characterization of the α 1-adrenoceptor subtype mediating contraction of guinea-pig spleen Eltze, Manfrid
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961 Characterization of the antibronchoconstrictor activity of MEN 11420, a tachykinin NK2 receptor antagonist, in guinea-pigs Tramontana, Manuela
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962 Characterization of the binding and activity of a high affinity, pseudoirreversible morpholino tachykinin NK1 receptor antagonist Cascieri, Margaret A
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963 Characterization of the central muscarinic cholinoceptors involved in the cholinergic pressor response in anesthetized dogs Pelat, Michel
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964 Characterization of the cloned guinea pig leukotriene B4 receptor: comparison to its human orthologue Boie, Yves
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965 Characterization of the contractile response induced by 5-methoxytryptamine in rat stomach fundus strips Amemiya, Norihito
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966 Characterization of the efflux of the organic cation MPP+ in cultured rat hepatocytes Martel, Fátima
1999
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967 Characterization of the muscarinic receptor subtype that mediates the contractile response of acetylcholine in the swine myometrium Kitazawa, Takio
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968 Characterization of the δ-opioid receptor found in SH-SY5Y neuroblastoma cells Toll, Lawrence
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969 Characterization of the unique regulatory mechanisms of phorbol ester-induced polymorphonuclear leukocyte spreading in an acidified environment Suzuki, Kingo
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970 Chemopreventive potential of apigenin in 7,12-dimethylbenz(a)anthracene induced experimental oral carcinogenesis Silvan, Simon
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971 Chicken GABAA receptor β4 subunits form robust homomeric GABA-gated channels in Xenopus oocytes Liu, Sin-Chieh
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972 Chimeric DNA–RNA hammerhead ribozyme targeting transforming growth factor-β1 mRNA inhibits neointima formation in rat carotid artery after balloon injury Ando, Hideyuki
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973 Chlordiazepoxide antagonizes locus coeruleus-mediated suppression of muricidal aggression Kostowski, W.
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974 3-α-Chlorimperialine: an M2-selective muscarinic receptor antagonist that penetrates into brain Baumgold, Jesse
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975 Chlormethiazole potentiates the discriminative stimulus effects of methamphetamine in rats Gasior, Maciej
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976 14β-Chlorocinnamoylamino derivatives of metopon: long-term μ-opioid receptor antagonists McLaughlin, Jay P
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977 Chloroethylclonidine and α-adrenoceptor agonist interaction in blood vessels following heart failure Le Tran, Yen
1997
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978 Chloroethylclonidine increases the incidence of lethal arrhythmias during coronary occlusion in anesthetized dogs Geller, J.Christoph
1995
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979 Chlorogenic acid protects MSCs against oxidative stress by altering FOXO family genes and activating intrinsic pathway Li, Shiyong
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980 Chloroquine inhibits α 1B-adrenergic action in hepatocytes Garcı́a-Sáinz, J.Adolfo
1998
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981 Chlorzoxazone inhibits contraction of rat thoracic aorta Dong, De-Li
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982 Cholecystokinin fails to block the spinal inhibitory effects of nociceptin in sham operated and neuropathic rats Maie, Idil Ahmed
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983 Cholecystokinin octapeptide alters morphine-induced effects on EEG power spectra both quantitatively and qualitatively Hudson, Gail M.
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984 Cholecystokinin peptides produce marked reduction of dopamine turnover in discrete areas in the rat brain following intraventricular injection Fuxe, Kjell
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985 Cholinergic component of the excitatory response in the rat anococcygenus muscle Doggrell, Sheila A.
1981
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986 Cholinergic/dopaminergic interaction in the rat striatum assessed from drug-induced repetitive oral movements de Beltrán, Keiko Kikuchi
1992
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987 Cholinergic drugs affect novel object recognition in rats: Relation with hippocampal EEG? Sambeth, Anke
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988 Cholinergic drugs potentiate human nicotinic α4β2 acetylcholine receptors by a competitive mechanism Smulders, Chantal J.G.M.
2005
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989 Cholinergic modulation of separation distress in the domestic chick Sahley, Tony L.
1981
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990 Cholinergic regulation of thyrotropin secretion in male rats Männistö, Pekka T.
1988
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991 Cholinergic stimulation of phosphoinositide hydrolysis in the rat pineal gland Laitinen, Jarmo T.
1989
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992 4C3HPG (RS-4-carboxy-3-hydroxyphenylglycine), a weak agonist at metabotropic glutamate receptors, occludes the action of trans-ACPD in hippocampus Gerber, Urs
1992
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993 Chronic administration of adenosine A3 receptor agonist and cerebral ischemia: neuronal and glial effects Von Lubitz, Dag K.J.E.
1999
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994 Chronic administration of alogliptin, a novel, potent, and highly selective dipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibitor, improves glycemic control and beta-cell function in obese diabetic ob/ob mice Moritoh, Yusuke
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995 Chronic administration of amitriptyline and caffeine in a rat model of neuropathic pain: multiple interactions Esser, Michael J
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996 Chronic administration of losartan plus hydrochlorothiazide improves vascular status in young cardiomyopathic hamsters Crespo, Marı́a J
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997 Chronic alnespirone-induced desensitization of somatodendritic 5-HT1A autoreceptors in the rat dorsal raphe nucleus Le Poul, Emmanuel
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998 Chronic 1,4-butanediol treatment in rats: cross-tolerance to γ-hydroxybutyrate and (±)-baclofen Eckermann, Kary A.
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999 Chronic cocaine alters limbic extracellular dopamine. Neurochemical basis for addiction Imperato, Assunta
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1000 Chronic [d-Ala2, d-Leu5]enkephalin treatment increases the nerve growth factor in adult mouse brain Hayashi, Teruo
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