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1 A chloride- and calcium-dependent glutamate-binding protein from rat brain: Identification as a ubiquitous constituent of the inner mitochondrial membrane 1990
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2 Actions of antagonists on single NMDA receptor channel currents 1990
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3 Activation and block of NMDA receptors by fast application of agonist and antagonists 1990
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4 Activation of N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors induces arachidonic acid release and somatostatin secretion in cortical and hypothalamic neurons 1990
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5 Acute neurotoxicity of serum and depolarizing agents in cultured cerebellar granule cells is mediated by the NMDA receptor 1990
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6 Allosteric modulation of NMDA-evoked currents recorded from rat hippocampal neurones 1990
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7 Allosteric modulators of the NMDA receptor affects synaptic function in the rat hippocampus in a thin slice preparation 1990
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8 Amino acid levels in CSF of rats after administration of pentylenetetrazol 1990
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9 Amino acids in the neuronal microenvironment - cause or consequence in human epilepsy 1990
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10 AMPA receptor agonists, design, synthesis and molecular pharmacology 1990
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11 Anatomical localisation of binding sites for non-NMDA receptor agonists and antagonists in chick brain 1990
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12 Antagonism of glutamate mediated excitotoxicity in hippocampal pyramidal neuron cell cultures 1990
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13 Antagonism of kainate responses by excitatory amino acid antagonists and agonists in xenopus oocytes injected with bovine brain mRNA 1990
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14 Anticonvulsant activity of competitive NMDA-antagonists following oral administration 1990
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15 Anti-hypoxic effects of the diterpene sclareol glycol and of the selective NMDA antagonist CPP 1990
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16 Anti-ischemic potential of the polyamine site antagonist SL 82.0715 1990
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17 A purified functional non-NMDA glutamate receptor reconstituted in artificial lipid bilayers 1990
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18 Arcaine: A novel polyamine competitive antagonist inhibits NMDA-induced 3H-NE release in the rat hippocampus 1990
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19 A serum protein complex that induces cerebellar granule cell differentiation and confers full resistance to the cytotoxicity carried by excitatory aminoacids 1990
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20 Aspartate and glutamate release from rat hippocampal slices during ischemic states is dependent upon free radical production and the age of the animals 1990
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21 Associative stimulation of NMDA or metabotropic quisqualate receptors and depolarization are needed to trigger arachidonic acid release 1990
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22 Attenuation of neuropathological changes in kainic acid-injected rats by glutathione 1990
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23 Author index 1990
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24 Behavioural and histological changes in gerbils after brain ischemia 1990
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25 Behavioural long-term effects of status epilepticus induced by KA at different developing ages 1990
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26 Binding of DL-[3H]-α-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methylisoxazole-4-propionic acid (AMPA) in rat cortex membranes shows the presence of two sites of affinity states 1990
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27 Biochemical and molecular characterization of a frog brain kainate binding protein 1990
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28 Bistable state of motoneurones induced by excitatory amino-acids and modulated by serotonin 1990
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29 Blockade of NMDA receptors in area tempestas impairs learning of an avoidance task 1990
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30 Brain-specific aspects of quinolinate and kynurenate metabolism 1990
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31 Central receptor mediation of NMDA-induced dispogenesis in pigeons 1990
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32 CGP 37849 & CGP 39551: novel competitive NMDA receptor antagonists with potent oral anticonvulsant activity 1990
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33 Characterization of sigma and PCP binding sites on NG108-15-cells: evidence of multiplicity 1990
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34 Characterization of the glycine site on NMDA receptors expressed in xenopus oocytes 1990
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35 Chronic NMDA exposure of developing cerebellar granule cells decreases their sensitivity to NMDA 1990
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36 Comparison of competitive vs non-competitive N-methyl-D aspartate (NMDA) antagonists in the treatment of experimental brain injury in the rat 1990
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37 Cyclic AMP prevents kainate receptor desensitization and increases kainate mediated responses in cultured Bergmann glia 1990
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38 Desensitization and resensitization of glutamaterig channels of motoneurones 1990
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39 Desensitization of glutamate receptors coupled to inositol phospholipid hydrolysis in neuronal cultures 1990
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40 Desensitization of the kainate responses in oocytes injected with brain RNA 1990
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41 Development profile of the N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor and ion channel 1990
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42 Different functional and histological consequences of quinolinic and kainic acid induced seizures on hippocampal somatostatin neurons 1990
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43 Differential dependence on extracellular osmolarity of taurine release evoked by glutamate agonists in the rat hippocampus 1990
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44 Different types of glutamate receptors contribute to the presynaptic regulation of dopamine release from synaptosomes of the rat striatum 1990
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45 Editorial Board 1990
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46 Effect of 5,7 DHT lesion on glutamate receptor subtypes in the rat brain: autoradiographic evaluation 1990
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47 Effect of electroconvulsive shock on 3H-glutamate binding in rat hippocampus 1990
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48 Effect of excitatory amino acids on the level of free [Ca++]i in cortical astrocytes 1990
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49 Effect of polyamines on excitatory amino acid receptor induced currents in oocytes 1990
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50 Effect of vigabatrin on excitatory amino acid and GABA contents in rats 1990
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51 Effects of dextromethorphan on CA1 population spikes in hippocampal slices of rats 1990
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52 Effects of 6-hydroxydopamine (6-OHDA) lesions of the ventral tegmental area on 3H-glutamate and 3H-kainate binding in cortical regions 1990
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53 Effects of MK-801 and dextromethorphan on convulsions induced by a hexanic extract of Spilantes acmella var. oleracea in mice 1990
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54 Effects of MK-801, flunarizine and nimodipine on the methamphetamine- and 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine-induced decline in tryptophan hydroxylase 1990
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55 Effects of NMDA intraocular injections on the adult rat retina 1990
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56 Electropharmacological evidence for glutamate receptor subtypes: How many subtypes of receptor? 1990
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57 Endogenous glutamyl peptides and extracellular magnesium modulate glutamatergic neurotransmission 1990
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58 Enhanced sensitivity of “metabolotropic” glutamate receptors after induction of long term potentiation (LTP) in rat hippocampus 1990
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59 Environmental neurotoxins: A role for domoic acid 1990
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60 Enzymatic resolution of 5-HPCA 1990
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61 Evaluation of glycine and glycine antagonists spontaneous epileptiform activity in the rat cortical wedge model 1990
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62 Evidence that chronic treatment with flunitrazepam increases cerebral NMDA-glutamate receptors 1990
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63 Excitatory amino acid agonists and antagonists: Design, development and molecular pharmacology 1990
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64 Excitatory amino acid-induced changes in extra-cellular calcium concentration in the rat hippocampus indicate different activation of the NA+/CA2+ exchanger 1990
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65 Excitatory amino acid neurotoxicity in cultured retinal neurons: Pharmacology and effect of the monosialoganglioside GM1 1990
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66 Excitatory amino acid receptors in cultured glial cells 1990
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67 Excitatory amino acid receptors in human temporal lobe epilepsy and in animal models 1990
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68 Excitatory amino acid responses in the cerebellum: Evidence for mediation of effects on cGMP via nitric oxide 1990
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69 Excitatory amino acids and traumatic nervous system injury 1990
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70 Excitatory amino acids as possible transmitters in hippocampal projections to prelimbic cortex investigated with D-[3H]aspartate retrograde labelling 1990
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71 Excitatory amino acids induce calcium-dependent proteolysis of brain spectrin in cultured cerebellar neurons 1990
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72 Excitatory aminoacids on dopaminergic and cholinergic transmission: potential therapeutic applications 1990
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73 Excitatory amino acid transmitter in epilepsy 1990
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74 Excitatory sulphur amino acids evoke a release of [3H]GABA from cortical neurons by distinct mechanisms comprising receptor activation and reversal of the plasma membrane transporter 1990
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75 Excitatory transmission at the commissural synapse on CA1 pyramidal cells: Effects of selective NMDA- and quisqualate-receptor antagonists, and of the novel compound azetidine-2,4-dicarboxylic acid in vivo 1990
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76 Excitotoxicity in cultured neurons: role of second messenger systems and intracellular CA++ homeostasis 1990
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77 Fluctuation analysis of the domoic acid evoked currents in cerebellar neurons 1990
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78 Focal cerebral ischemia in adult rats: Effects of monosialoganglioside 1990
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79 Foreword 1990
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80 Functional anatomy of seizures evoked from area tempestas 1990
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81 Functional role of various ionic currents in hippocampal pyramidal neurones 1990
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82 Ganglioside exposure on neuronal membranes after glutamate toxicity 1990
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83 Glutamate and aspartate immunoreactivity in corticorubral neurons of guinea pig 1990
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84 Glutamate as a mediator in secondary brain damage 1990
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85 Glutamate binding sites in the substantia nigra of Parkinson's disease 1990
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86 Glutamate or ionomycin stimulates the release of arachidonic acid but not that of prostaglandins or HETEs from cultured central neurons 1990
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87 Glutamate receptors in excitatory synaptic inputs to frog spinal motoneurones 1990
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88 Glutamate receptors in mollusc isolated and identified neurons 1990
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89 Glutamate stimulates phosphoinositide breakdown via a Na+-dependent, TTX-resistant and Cd2+ -sensitive mechanism 1990
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90 Glycine-enhanced glutamate dysfunction may mediate motor neuron degeneration in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 1990
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91 Glycine has two actions on the NMDA receptor/channel complex expressed in Xenopus oocytes 1990
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92 GM1 ganglioside reduces NMDA neurotoxicity in neonatal rats 1990
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93 Habituation and learning in mice with different sensitivity to NMDA agonists and antagonists 1990
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94 [=H]Inositoltrisphosphate binding to kainic acid lesioned and postischemic rat hippocampus 1990
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95 Histological study of long-term effects induced by systemic administration of KA at different developing ages 1990
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96 3H-Leucine incorporation into protein by mature hippocampal slices cultured in a CSF-like medium: a new paradigm for studying excitotoxic effects of glutamate 1990
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97 Ibotenic acid stimulates phosphoinositide hydrolysis via two independent receptors in rat cerebellar granule cells 1990
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98 Immunohistochemical localization of glutamate and homocysteate 1990
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99 Inducible transcription factors in neurons: The missing link in adaptation? Tom Curran and James I. Morgan, Roche Institute of Molecular Biology, Nutley, NJ 07110 1990
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100 Induction of neuropeptide Y synthesis in mossy fibers of epileptic rats 1990
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101 Influence of impairment of excitatory input on ischemia induced hippocampal damage in rats 1990
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102 Inhibition of protein synthesis protects against excitatory amino acid (EAA) neurotoxicity 1990
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103 Inhibitory influence of excitatory amino acid antagonists on penicillin induced epileptiform bursting in rat hippocampal slices 1990
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104 Interactive effects involving different transmitter receptors, especially excitatory amino acid (EAA) subtypes and the survival of cerebellar granule cells 1990
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105 Intracellular CA2+ and excitatory amino acids in hippocampal neurons 1990
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106 Intracellular calcium regulates responses to N-methyl-d-aspartate in hippocampal neurons 1990
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107 Intravenous self-injection in rhesus monkeys: Comparison of CGS 19755 and phencyclidine-like compounds 1990
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108 Investigation of the neuroprotective actions of MK-801 and kynurenic acid in a rat stroke model 1990
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109 In vivo extracellular recordings from rat posterior cingulate and retrosplenial cortex after MK-801 injections 1990
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110 In vivo test of two new non-NMDA-receptor antagonist against kainic acid neurotoxicity 1990
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111 Involvement of EAA-receptors in the experience-dependent self-organization of visual cortex 1990
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112 Involvement of NMDA receptors in long-term habituation to spatial novelty in the rat 1990
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113 Involvement of NMDA receptors in the presynaptic regulation of dopamine release in striosomal-and matrix-enriched areas of the rat striatum 1990
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114 Ionic requirements and pharmacological profile of glutamate toxicity in slices from the immature rat hippocampus 1990
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115 Ischemic amino acid accumulation in cerebral cortex and white matter of cats 1990
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116 Kainic acid antagonism by kynurenic acid in the rat hippocampal slice 1990
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117 Kainic acid-induced loss of both somatostatin-immunoreactivity and -mRNA in the rat dentate hilus 1990
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118 Ketamine protects against seizure-induced neuronal necrosis without blocking electrographic seizure discharges 1990
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119 Kynurenates interaction with the glycine recognition site of the NMDA receptor: structure-activity studies in the guinea pig myenteric plexus 1990
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120 L-glutamate receptors in the insect central nervous system (CNS) 1990
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121 l-[3H]glutamate labels the metabotropic excitatory amino acid receptor in mammalian brain 1990
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122 Light and electron microscopic immunocytochemistry of excitatory amino acids 1990
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123 Long term treatment with the GABA uptake inhibitor, NO-05-0328, ameliorates loss of hippocampal CA1 pyramidal cells after cerebral ischemia in the rat 1990
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124 Low doses of APV are effective against penicillin-induced epileptic activity in vivo 1990
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125 Magnesium potentiates quisqualate effects on the vestibular system afferents 1990
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126 Mapping pathway of focally evoked seizures using early response gene expression 1990
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127 Massive rise in NE levels in rat hippocampus during transient ischemia, measured by microdialysis 1990
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128 Mechanisms of use-dependent synaptic plasticity in slices of the rat visual cortex 1990
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129 Modulation of dopaminergic transmission in rat cortex by excitatory amino acids 1990
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130 Modulation of excitatory amino acid receptor-mediated neurotransmission by GABAB receptors 1990
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131 Modulation of synaptic GABA release via glutamate receptors in cultured central neurons 1990
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132 Modulation of the presynaptic and postsynaptic components of noradrenergic transmission by kindling 1990
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133 Molecular studies of NMDA receptors 1990
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134 N-acetyl aspartyl glutamate (NAAG): An acidic dipeptide partially colocalized to putative glutamatergic systems 1990
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135 Natural toxins and glutamate transmission 1990
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136 NBQX: A selective non-NMDA receptor antagonist blocks L-AP4 evoked depolarization in rat cerebral cortex 1990
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137 Neurochemical studies on glutamate mediated neurotransmission 1990
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138 Neurodegenerative activity of aminooxyacetic acid in the rat striatum is dependent upon excitatory amino acid-mediated events and not on altered GABAergic transmission 1990
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139 Neuroprotective effects of ganglioside treatment in different experimental models of cerebral ischemia 1990
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140 Nitric oxide formation on activation of glutamate receptors 1990
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141 NMDA-induced increase of cortical acetylcholine release during morphine withdrawal 1990
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142 NMDA isosteric and allosteric antagonists interact with D1 receptors in modulating dopaminergic function 1990
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143 NMDA receptor activation mediates glutamate and aspartate release from rat striatum: prevention by MK-801 1990
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144 NMDA-receptor binding in QUIN-induced huntington's disease rat model 1990
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145 NMDA receptors and recognition memory in the domestic chick 1990
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146 NMDA receptors are coupled to ornithine decarboxylase (ODC) & stimulate the ODC/polyamine cascade in synaptic plasma membrane vesicles 1990
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147 NMDA receptors expression during development of cat visual cortex 1990
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148 NMDA-receptors in temporal lobe epilepsy of rats studied in vitro 1990
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149 NMDA receptors mediate an increase in axonal excitability during in vitro epileptogenesis 1990
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150 NMDA receptors regulate brain polyamines during ischemia/recirculation 1990
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151 N-methyl-D-asparate (NMDA) antagonists potentiate antiparkinsonian actions of L-DOPA in monoamine-depleted rats 1990
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152 Non-competitive NMDA receptor antagonists attenuate memory formation in a variety of learning paradigms in the rat 1990
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153 None of the known excitatory amino acid agonists induces chemical kindling 1990
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154 Non-NMDA receptor-mediated neurotoxicity in cortical cell culture 1990
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155 Novel heteroaryl-spaced APV and APH analogs as ligands for the NMDA receptor 1990
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156 Ontogenesis of NMDA-receptors in postmortem human frontal cortex 1990
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157 Pharmacology of potassium channels and presynaptic regulation of excitatory amino acid release 1990
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158 Possible heterogeneity of glutamate receptors linked to inositol phospholipid metabolism 1990
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159 Postsynaptic mechanisms of hippocampal long-term potentiation (LTP): The involvement of glutamate and non-glutamate receptors as well as second messengers in the late maintenance 1990
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160 Presynaptic reduction of excitotoxicity in oxygen and glucose deprivation injury in cortical culture 1990
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161 Properties of NMDA receptors expressed in oocytes 1990
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162 Properties of phencyclidine binding sites in mouse cerebral cortex membranes during development 1990
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163 Protection against excitotoxicity in cultured cerebral cortex neurones by inhibition of intracellular Ca++ release 1990
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164 Purification of an endogenous ligand of the kainate-type receptors from goldfish nervous tissue 1990
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165 Quantitative autoradiographic study of L-glutamate binding sites in normal and atrophic human cerebellum 1990
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166 Quinolinic acid and kynurenic acid: Potential mediators of neuronal dysfunction in infectious disease 1990
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167 Quinoxalinediones: Non-NMDA receptor antagonists as potential DPUG candidates 1990
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168 Quisqualate induced changes in [Ca2+]o and [Na+]o persist in the combined presence of 2-APV, ketamine and CNQX 1990
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169 Quisqualic acid stimulates the phosphatidil inositol (PI) turnover in human cerebral cortex 1990
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170 RADA (Receptor abuse dependent antagonism): A new strategy in drug targetting for the excitatory amino acid (EAA)-induced nerurotoxicity 1990
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171 Rapid activation, desensitization and recovery of synaptic channels of crustaceans after glutamate pulses 1990
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172 Rapid purification, biochemical characterization and reconstitution of glutamate-binding proteins 1990
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173 Rate of progression of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis correlates with serum levels of excitatory amino acids 1990
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174 Receptor site specificity for the acute effects of DL(±)-BMAA in mice 1990
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175 Reduction of excitatory transmission protects against tetanus toxin-induced neurodegeneration in the rat hippocampus 1990
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176 Regional, cellular and subcellular distribution of the putative kainate receptor (KBP) in the vertebrate brain 1990
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177 Regional variations in NMDA receptor properties—evidence for receptor isoforms 1990
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178 Regulation of GABAergic and excitatory amino acid neuronal activity by NMDA receptor antagonists 1990
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179 Relation between pigeon and Xenopus kainate receptors: An immunological study 1990
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180 Relationship between NMDA antagonism and PCP-like activity: Behavioral studies 1990
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181 Release of EAA: animal studies and epileptic foci studies in human 1990
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182 Retrograde factors in long-term potentiation: a role for eicosanoids? 1990
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183 Role of arachidonic acid metabolites in signal transduction of N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors 1990
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184 Role of CNS excitatory amino acids in the rostral ventrolateral medulla in control of cardiovascular function in the cat 1990
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185 Role of excitatory amino acids in heat stress induced cellular changes in young rats Cervós-Navarro, Jorge
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186 Role of NMDA receptors in mediating dopaminergic regulation of extrapyramidal and limbic neuropeptide systems 1990
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187 Role of NMDA receptors in the vestibular compensation 1990
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188 SCH23390 prevents kainate toxicity without affecting the KA-induced dopamine rise in the rat striatum 1990
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189 Selective effects of L-glutamate and L-aspartate on retention of an active avoidance response in rats 1990
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190 Solubilization and reconstitution of phencyclidine binding sites in lipid vesicles 1990
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191 Spatial and temporal differences in the induction of LTP in CA1 neurons 1990
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192 Spermidine enhancement of [3H]-MK-801 binding to the NMDA receptor complex in human brain 1990
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193 Stereoselectivity of the glycine antagonist HA-966 1990
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194 Streptomycin blocks quisqualate and kainate effects on the vestibular system primary afferents 1990
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195 Structure-activity relationship of NMDA receptor ligands: ω-carboxycyclopropyl amino acids 1990
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196 Structure-activity studies with analogs of MK-801 1990
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197 Structure and molecular biology of non-NMDA receptors 1990
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198 Structure, localization and function of the chick cerebellar kainate binding protein, a putative receptor/channel 1990
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199 Studies on the content, synthesis and disposition of quinolinic and kynurenic acid in the mammalian brain 1990
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200 Studies on the modulation of the brain content of quinolinic and kynurenic acids 1990
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201 Study of platelet excitatory aminoacids in primary headache 1990
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202 The anatomy of non-NMDA binding sites for EAA 1990
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203 The anticonvulsants AY-12,316 and AY-21,127 are NMDA antagonists with anti-ischemic properties 1990
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204 The antiparkinsonian drug memantine interacts with NMDA-receptor channels 1990
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205 The cholinergic inhibition of endogenous glutamate and aspartate in rat hippocampus operates through muscarinic receptors which belong to the M2 subtype 1990
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206 The design, synthesis, and pharmacological action of modulators of the NMDA receptor complex 1990
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207 The development of novel competitive NMDA antagonists as useful therapeutic agents. Discovery of LY274614 and LY233536 1990
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208 The effect of MK-801 on behavior, and on structural brain damage after ischemia and hypoglycemia 1990
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209 The effects of antagonists on NMDA-evoked 3H-acetylcholine release in rat striatal slices 1990
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210 The excitatory amino acids releasing nerve terminals in rat striatum possess D-2 dopamine receptors mediating inhibition of release 1990
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211 The glutamate receptor gene family 1990
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212 The metabotropic quisqualate receptor (Qp): Specific drugs and effects on polyphosphoinositides, protein kinase C activity and intracellular Ca2+ concentrations (assessed by quantitative video imaging) 1990
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213 The N-methyl-d-aspartate (NMDA) receptor antagonist profile of glycine-site antagonists and partial agonists 1990
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214 The pattern and degree of selective vulnerability to excitotoxic brain injury in vivo is dependent upon developmental age 1990
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215 The pharmacology of depolarizing responses to 2-amino-4-phosphonobutyrate (AP4) induced by quisqualate (QUIS) in slices of rat neocortex 1990
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216 The role of excitatory amino acid agonists and antagonists in complex behavioral processes 1990
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217 The role of hippocampal NMDA receptors in certain types of learning: 1990
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218 Toward the anatomical identification of glutamatergic neurons and synapses in the cerebral cortex: The role of immunocytochemistry 1990
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219 Uptake receptors for excitatory amino acids in neuronal and glial primary cultures from the retina 1990
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220 Whole-cell recording of NMDA receptor-mediated synaptic currents in cerebellar slices 1990
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221 Zinc modulation of the NMDA response in guinea-pig myenteric plexus 1990
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