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Publisher: Elsevier

Volume 396, Number 2, 19 May 2000

Effect of norepinephrine release on adrenoceptors in severe seizure genetically epilepsy-prone rats
pp. 53-58(6)
Authors: Seo, D.O.; Shin, C.Y.; Ryu, J.R.; Cheong, J.H.; Choi, C.; Dailey, J.W.; Reith, M.E.A.; Jobe, P.C.; Ko, K.H.

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The pharmacology of a dopamine receptor in the locust nervous tissue
pp. 59-65(7)
Authors: degen, J.; Gewecke, M.; Roeder, T.

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Activation of G protein by opioid receptors: role of receptor number and G-protein concentration
pp. 67-75(9)
Authors: Remmers, A.E.; Clark, M.J.; Alt, A.; Medzihradsky, F.; Woods, J.H.; Traynor, J.R.

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Antinociceptive activity of combination of morphine and NMDA receptor antagonists depends on the inter-injection interval
pp. 77-83(7)
Authors: Belozertseva, I.V.; Dravolina, O.A.; Neznanova, O.N.; Danysz, W.; Bespalov, A.Y.

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Role of the endogenous cannabinoid system in the formalin test of persistent pain in the rat
pp. 85-92(8)
Authors: Beaulieu1, P.; Bisogno1, T.; Punwar, S.; Farquhar-Smith, W.P.; Ambrosino, G.; Di Marzo, V.; Rice, A.S.C.

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Lack of synergism between caffeine and SKF 38393 on rotational behavior in 6-hydroxydopamine-denervated rats
pp. 93-99(7)
Authors: Casas, M.; Prat, G.; Rubio, A.; Barbanoj, M.; Jane, F.

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Antiparkinson potential of -opioid receptor agonists
pp. 101-107(7)
Authors: Hudzik, T.J.; Howell, A.; Payza, K.; Cross, A.J.

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Negative inotropic effect of endothelin-1 in the mouse right ventricle
pp. 109-117(9)
Authors: Izumi, M.; Miyamoto, S.; Hori, M.; Ozaki, H.; Karaki, H.

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Aminoguanidine prevents concanavalin A-induced hepatitis in mice
pp. 125-130(6)
Authors: Okamoto, T.; Masuda, Y.; Kawasaki, T.; Shinohara, M.; Matsuzaki, K.

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Specific uptake of 5-hydroxytryptamine is reduced in lungs from hypoxic pulmonary hypertensive rats
pp. 137-140(4)
Authors: Jeffery, T.K.; Bryan-Lluka, L.J.; Wanstall, J.C.

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Immunomodulation by cannabinoids is absent in mice deficient for the cannabinoid CB2 receptor
pp. 141-149(9)
Authors: Buckley1, N.E.; McCoy1, K.L.; Mezey, E.; Bonner, T.; Zimmer2, A.; Felder, C.C.; Glass, M.; Zimmer, A.

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