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Papers Published Citing Chris Chiodo, ASI Instruments:

S.T Fricke, R Vink, C Chiodo, I Cernak, L Ileva, A.I Faden, Consistent and reproducible slice selection in rodent brain using a novel stereotaxic device for MRI, Journal of Neuroscience Methods, Volume 136, Issue 1, 15 June 2004, Pages 99-102, ISSN 0165-0270, 10.1016/j.jneumeth.2004.01.003.  Keywords: Stereotaxic; Rat; Mouse; Magnetic resonance spectroscopy; CT; Neurotrauma; Stroke; PET

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0165027004000214

David W. Holdsworth, Sarah A. Detombe, Chris Chiodo, Stanley T. Fricke and Maria Drangova, “Implementation and assessment of an animal management system for small-animal micro-CT / micro-SPECT imaging”, Proc. SPIE 7965, 79650N (2011); doi:10.1117/12.878855

http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.878855

Emmanuel Wilson, Chris Chiodo, Kenneth H. Wong, Stanley Fricke, Mira Jung and Kevin Cleary, “Robotically assisted small animal MRI-guided mouse biopsy”, Proc. SPIE 7625, 762520 (2010);

 

Journal Articles Published Citing ASI Instruments:
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  1. Immunohistochemical and neurochemical correlates of learning deficits in aged rats J. Stemmelin, C. Lazarus, S. Cassel, C. Kelche & J.-C. Cassel Neuroscience, 2000, 96:2:275-289
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  3. The relationship of psychiatric comorbidity to treatment outcomes in methadone maintained patients John S. Cacciola, Arthur I. Alterman, Megan J. Rutherford, James R. McKay & Frank D. Mulvaney Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 2001, 61:3:271 – 280
  4. Polarized Dendritic Transport and the AP-1 µ1 Clathrin Adaptor UNC-101 Localize Odorant Receptors to Olfactory Cilia Noelle D. Dwyer, Carolyn E. Adler, Justin Gage Crump, Noelle D. L’Etoile & Cornelia I. Bargmann Neuron, 2001, 31:2:277-287
  5. Continuous, categorical, and time to event cocaine use outcome variables: degree of intercorrelation and sensitivity to treatment group differences James R. McKay, Arthur I. Alterman, Janelle M. Koppenhaver, Frank D. Mulvaney, Gregory B. Bovasso & Kathleen Ward Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 2001, 62:1:19 – 30
  6. Panic-agoraphobic spectrum: reliability and validity of assessment instruments [EP_effect_tig_render::dump] Unknown Tag M.K.M. KatherineShearaCorresponding author. Tel.: +1-412-624-1340; fax: +1-412-624-6644, shearmk@msx.upmc.edu Serotonin transporter polymorphisms and measures of impulsivity, aggression, and sensation seeking among African-American cocaine-dependent individuals Ashwin A. Patkar, Wade H. Berrettini, Margret Hoehe, Charles C. Thornton, Edward Gottheil, Kevin Hill & Stephen P. Weinstein Psychiatry Research, 2002, 110:2:103-115
  7. Family history influence on drug abuse severity and treatment outcome Roy W. Pickens, Kenzie L. Preston, Donna R. Miles, Anne E. Gupman, Eric O. Johnson, David B. Newlin, Jim Soriano, Marianne B.M. van den Bree & Annie Umbricht Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 2001, 61:3:261 – 270
  8. Early drop-outs, late drop-outs and completers: Differences in the continuation phase of a clinical trial Shamsah B. Sonawalla, Amy H. Farabaugh, Vinita M. Leslie, Joel A. Pava, John D. Matthews & Maurizio Fava Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry, 2002, 26:3:415-419
  9. Suggested specifications for a standardized Addiction Severity Index database. Carise D, McLellan AT, Cacciola J, Love M, Cook T, Bovasso G, Lam V J Subst Abuse Treat 2001 Apr 20:3 239-44
  10. Assessing the needs of substance abusing women. Psychometric data on the psychosocial history. Comfort M, Zanis DA, Whiteley MJ, Kelly_Tyler A, Kaltenbach KA J Subst Abuse Treat 1999 Jul-Sep 17:1-2 79-83
  11. Reproducible and efficient murine CNS gene delivery using a microprocessor-controlled injector Andrew I. Brooks, Marc W. Halterman, Christopher A. Chadwick, Beverly L. Davidson, Mary Haak-Frendscho, Clyde Radel, Chris Porter & Howard J. Federoff Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 1998, 80:2:137 – 147
  12. Recombinant GABAB receptors formed from GABAB1 and GABAB2 subunits selectively inhibit N-type Ca2+ channels in NG108-15 cells Alison Easter & Austen E. Spruce European Journal of Pharmacology, 2002, 440:1:17-25
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  15. Nitrergic stimulation of the locus coeruleus modulates blood pressure and heart rate in the anaesthetized rat S.T. Yao, D.I. Finkelstein & A.J. Lawrence Neuroscience, 1999, 91:2:621-629
  16. Opposite effects of GABAA and GABAC receptor antagonists on the b-wave of ERG recorded from the isolated rat retina Natalia V. Kapousta-Bruneau Vision Research, 2000, 40:13:1653 – 1665
  17. L-type calcium channels modulate glutamate-driven bursting activity in the nucleus accumbens in vivo Donald C. Cooper & Francis J. White Brain Research, 2000, 880:1-2:212-218
  18. Rural and urban differences in patients with a dual diagnosis Kim T. Mueser, Susan M. Essock, Robert E. Drake, Rosemarie S. Wolfe & Linda Frisman Schizophrenia Research, 2001, 48:1:93-107
  19. Substance P release in the feline nucleus tractus solitarius during ergoreceptor but not baroreceptor afferent signaling Carole A. Williams, Angela Reifsteck, Toby A. Hampton & Bonnie Fry Brain Research, 2002, 944:1-2:19-31
  20. Assessing substance use in multiproblem patients: reliability and validity of the Addiction Severity Index in a mental hospital population. Appleby L, Dyson V, Altman E, Luchins DJ J Nerv Ment Dis 1997 Mar 185:3 159-65
  21. Substance abuse, pathological gambling, and impulsiveness Nancy M. Petry Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 2001, 63:1:29 – 38
  22. Decrease of vigilance assessed by EEG-mapping in Type I diabetic patients with history of recurrent severe hypoglycaemia Kinga Howorka, J. Pumprla, B. Saletu, P. Anderer, Martina Krieger & A. Schabmann Psychoneuroendocrinology, 2000, 25:1:85-105
  23. Benefit-cost analysis of addiction treatment: methodological guidelines and empirical application using the DATCAP and ASI. French MT, Salome HJ, Sindelar JL, McLellan AT Health Serv Res 2002 Apr 37:2 433-55
  24. Screening for psychopathology in the clinical practice. Eland_Goossensen A, van de Goor I, Garretsen H, Schudel J J Subst Abuse Treat 1997 Nov-Dec 14:6 585-91
  25. Is the Addiction Severity Index a reliable and valid assessment instrument among clients with severe and persistent mental illness and substance abuse disorders? Zanis DA, McLellan AT, Corse S Community Ment Health J 1997 Jun 33:3 213-27
  26. Validation of the Christo Inventory for Substance-misuse Services (CISS): a simple outcome evaluation tool George Christo, Sally Spurrell & Ron Alcorn Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 2000, 59:2:189 – 197
  27. Early-onset of illicit substance use is associated with greater axis-II comorbidity, not with axis-I comorbidity Ingmar H.A. Franken & Vincent M. Hendriks Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 2000, 59:3:305 – 308
  28. Ultrasonic vocalisation emitted by infant rodents: a tool for assessment of neurobehavioural development Igor Branchi, Daniela Santucci & Enrico Alleva Behavioural Brain Research, 2001, 125:1-2:49 – 56
  29. Reliability and validity of the Panic Disorder Severity Scale: replication and extension [EP_effect_tig_render::dump] Unknown Tag M.K.M. KatherineShear**Corresponding author. Tel.: +1-412-624-1340; fax: +1-412-624-6644, shearmk@msx.upmc.eduP.PaolaRucciJ.JennaWilliamsE.EllenFrankV.VictoriaGrochocinskiJ.JoniVander BiltP.PatriciaHouckT.TraceyWangDepartment of Psychiatry, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, University of Pittsburgh, 3811 O’Hara Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213, USAReliability and validity of the Panic Disorder Severity Scale: replication and extensionJournal of Psychiatric Research355200109293-29620010615> Reliability and validity of the German version of the European Addiction Severity Index (EuropASI). Scheurich A, Muller MJ, Wetzel H, Anghelescu I, Klawe C, Ruppe A, Lorch B, Himmerich H, Heidenreich M, Schmid G, Hautzinger M, Szegedi A J Stud Alcohol 2000 Nov 61:6 916-9
  30. Effect of hypergravity on the mouse basal expression of NGF and BDNF in the retina, visual cortex and geniculate nucleus: correlative aspects with NPY immunoreactivity L. Aloe, M. Fiore, D. Santucci, T. Amendola, A. Antonelli, N. Francia, G. Corazzi & E. Alleva Neuroscience Letters, 2001, 302:1:29-32
  31. Paraquat elicited neurobehavioral syndrome caused by dopaminergic neuron loss A.I. Brooks, C.A. Chadwick, H.A. Gelbard, D.A. Cory-Slechta & H.J. Federoff Brain Research, 1999, 823:1-2:1-10
  32. Hostility is associated with a heightened prolactin response to meta-chlorophenylpiperazine in abstinent cocaine addicts Leonard Handelsman, Rene S. Kahn, Christopher Sturiano, Paul J. Rinaldi, Steven Gabriel, James P. Schmeidler, David P. Bernstein, Larry Siever & Thomas B. Cooper Psychiatry Research, 1998, 80:1:1-12
  33. Voucher-based reinforcement of opiate abstinence during methadone detoxification Elias Robles, Maxine L. Stitzer, Eric C. Strain, George E. Bigelow & Kenneth Silverman Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 2002, 65:2:179 – 189
  34. Screening and diagnosis of anxiety and mood disorders in substance abuse patients. Franken IH, Hendriks VM Am J Addict 2001 Winter 10:1 30-9
  35. The effect of spinal instrumentation on lumbar intradiscal pressure. Abe E, Nickel T, Buttermann GR, Lewis JL, Transfeldt EE Tohoku J Exp Med 1999 Mar 187:3 237-47
  36. Effect of the reversible monoamine oxidase-A inhibitor befloxatone on the rat 5-hydroxytryptamine neurotransmission Nasser Haddjeri, Claude De Montigny, Olivier Curet & Pierre Blier European Journal of Pharmacology, 1998, 343:2-3:179-192
  37. Normal and drug-induced locomotor behavior in aging: comparison to evoked DA release and tissue content in Fischer 344 rats Meleik A. Hebert & Greg A. Gerhardt Brain Research, 1998, 797:1:42-54
  38. Involvement of Opioid µ1-Receptors in Opioid-Induced Acceleration of Striatal and Limbic Dopaminergic Transmission T. P. Piepponen, A. Honkanen, T. Kivastik, A. Zharkovsky, A. Turtia, J. A. V. Mikkola & L. Ahtee Pharmacology Biochemistry & Behavior, 1999, 63:2:245-252
  39. Post-treatment with an inhibitor of poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase attenuates cerebral damage in focal ischemia Kazushi Takahashi, Andrew A. Pieper, Sidney E. Croul, Jie Zhang, Solomon H. Snyder & Joel H. Greenberg Brain Research, 1999, 829:1-2:46-54
  40. Initiating abstinence in cocaine abusing dually diagnosed homeless persons Jesse B. Milby, Joseph E. Schumacher, Cecelia McNamara, Dennis Wallace, Stuart Usdan, Troy McGill & Max Michael Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 2000, 60:1:55 – 67
  41. Functional reconstitution of a heteromeric cyclic nucleotide-gated channel of Caenorhabditis elegans in cultured cells Hidetoshi Komatsu, Young-Ho Jin, Noelle L’Etoile, Ikue Mori, Cornelia I. Bargmann, Norio Akaike & Yasumi Ohshima Brain Research, 1999, 821:1:160-168
  42. Three-vessel occlusion using a micro-clip for the proximal left middle cerebral artery produces a reliable neocortical infarct in rats Hiroji Yanamoto, Izumi Nagata, Nobuo Hashimoto & Haruhiko Kikuchi Brain Research Protocols, 1998, 3:2:209-220
  43. Anxiolytic effects of the neuroactive steroid pregnanolone (3-OH-5-pregnan-20-one) after microinjection in the dorsal hippocampus and lateral septum Daniel Bitran, Matthew Dugan, Phyllis Renda, Rebecca Ellis & Melissa Foley Brain Research, 1999, 850:1-2:217-224
  44. Cocaine reward and MPTP toxicity: alteration by regional variant dopamine transporter overexpression David M. Donovan, Lucinda L. Miner, Michael P. Perry, Randal S. Revay, Lawrence G. Sharpe, Serge Przedborski, Vladimir Kostic, Rex M. Philpot, Cheryl L. Kirstein, Richard B. Rothman, Charles W. Schindler & George R. Uhl Molecular Brain Research, 1999, 73:1-2:37-49
  45. A cocaine analog, 2-propanoyl-3-(4-tolyl)-tropane (PTT), reduces tyrosine hydroxylase in the mesolimbic dopamine pathway Willard M. Freeman, George J. Yohrling IV, James B. Daunais, Lynda Gioia, Stephanie L. Hart, Linda J. Porrino, Huw M.L. Davies & Kent E. Vrana Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 2000, 61:1:15 – 21
  46. Effect of sustained administration of the 5-HT1A receptor agonist flesinoxan on rat 5-HT neurotransmission Nasser Haddjeri, Catherine Ortemann, Claude de Montigny & Pierre Blier European Neuropsychopharmacology, 1999, 9:5:427-440
  47. Comparison of the Proopiomelanocortin and Proenkephalin Opioid Peptide Systems in Brain Regions of the Alcohol-Preferring C57BL/6 and Alcohol-Avoiding DBA/2 Mice Neil T. Jamensky & Christina Gianoulakis Alcohol, 1999, 18:2-3:177-187
  48. Effect of Ergotamine on Serotonin-Mediated Responses in the Rodent and Human Brain Nasser Haddjeri, Bernard Seletti, François Gilbert, Claude de Montigny & Pierre Blier Neuropsychopharmacology, 1998, 19:5:365-380
  49. MRI of the Hippocampus in Alzheimer’s Disease: Sensitivity, Specificity, and Analysis of the Incorrectly Classified Subjects M. P. Laakso, H. Soininen, K. Partanen, M. Lehtovirta, M. Hallikainen, T. Hänninen, E.-L. Helkala, P. Vainio & P. J. Riekkinen Sr Neurobiology of Aging, 1998, 19:1:23-31
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  51. Phosphorylation of Tau, A-Formation, and Apoptosis After In Vivo Inhibition of PP-1 and PP-2A T. Arendt, M. Holzer, R. Fruth, M. K. Brückner & U. Gärtner Neurobiology of Aging, 1998, 19:1:3-13
  52. Nicotinic 7 receptors protect against glutamate neurotoxicity and neuronal ischemic damage S. Shimohama, D.L. Greenwald, D.H. Shafron, A. Akaika, T. Maeda, S. Kaneko, J. Kimura, C.E. Simpkins, A.L. Day & E.M. Meyer Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:359-363
  53. Mechanism underlying potentiation by progesterone of the kainate-induced current in cultured neurons Fong-Sen Wu, Hui-Min Yu & Jing-Jane Tsai Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:354-358
  54. Altered [Ca2+] homeostasis in PC12 cells after nerve growth factor deprivation Gwenda Dispersyn, Rony Nuydens, Mirjam de Jong, Marcel Borgers & Hugo Geerts Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:350-353
  55. Attenuation of motor nerve terminal repetitive discharge by the 21-aminosteroid tirilazad: evidence of a neural calcium antagonist action Edward D. Hall & Patricia A. Yonkers Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:346-349
  56. Dendro-dendritic connections between motoneurons in the rat spinal cord: an electron microscopic investigation J.J.L. van der Want, A. Gramsbergen, J. IJkema-Paassen, H. de Weerd & R.S.B. Liem Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:342-345
  57. The aged suprachiasmatic nucleus is phase-shifted by cAMP in vitro Norman F. Ruby, Dale M. Edgar, H. Craig Heller & Joseph D. Miller Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:338-341
  58. Effects of toluene on tonic firing and membrane properties of rat medial vestibular nucleus neurones in vitro Anna K. Magnusson, M. Roslan Sulaiman, Mayank B. Dutia & Richard Tham Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:334-337
  59. Depolarization triggers intracellular magnesium surge in cultured dorsal root ganglion neurons H. Kato, H. Gotoh, M. Kajikawa & K. Suto Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:329-333
  60. Regional differences in hippocampal excitability manifested by paired-pulse stimulation of genetically epileptic El mice Y. Fueta, H. Kawano, T. Ono, T. Mita, K. Fukata & K. Ohno Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:324-328
  61. Effect of pentylenetetrazol treatment on cholecystokinin mRNA and peptide levels in rat hippocampus and cortex Katsumichi Takeda, Kousuke Nakata, Shinji Takahashi, Toshiyuki Chikuma & Takeshi Kato Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:320-323
  62. In vivo long-term potentiation in the insular cortex: NMDA receptor dependence Martha L. Escobar, Vincent Chao & Federico Bermúdez-Rattoni Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:314-319
  63. M100907, a highly selective 5-HT2A receptor antagonist and a potential atypical antipsychotic drug, facilitates induction of long-term potentiation in area CA1 of the rat hippocampal slice Rex Y. Wang & Viktor L. Arvanov Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:309-313
  64. Biophysical properties of descending brain neurons in larval lamprey David T. Rouse, Xiao Quan & Andrew D. McClellan Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:301-308
  65. Mild hypothermia reduces the rate of metabolism of arachidonic acid following postischemic reperfusion Masaru Kubota, Makoto Nakane, Koji Narita, Tadayoshi Nakagomi, Akira Tamura, Harumi Hisaki, Hiroyuki Shimasaki & Nobuo Ueta Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:297-300
  66. Resistance to anoxic injury in the dorsal columns of adult rat spinal cord following demyelination Toshio Imaizumi, Jeffery D. Kocsis & Stephen G. Waxman Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:292-296
  67. Phenylethanolamine N-methyltransferase mRNA in rat hypothalamus and cerebellum John L. Andreassi II, William B. Eggleston, Guillian Fu & Jennifer K. Stewart Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:289-291
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  69. Crossed inhibition of the soleus H reflex during passive pedalling movement Jianguo Cheng, John D. Brooke, John E. Misiaszek & William R. Staines Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:280-284
  70. Carbonic anhydrase isozyme II immunoreactivity in the mechanoreceptive Ruffini endings of the periodontal ligament in rat incisor Kanako Ochi, Satoshi Wakisaka, Suk Hyun Youn, Kooji Hanada & Takeyasu Maeda Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:276-279
  71. The pH buffering capacity of hippocampal slices from young adult and aged rats Eugene L. Roberts Jr. & Ching-Ping Chih Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:271-275
  72. Hepatocyte growth factor (HGF/SF) in Alzheimer’s disease H. Fenton, P.W. Finch, J.S. Rubin, J.M. Rosenberg, W.G. Taylor, V. Kuo-Leblanc, M. Rodriguez-Wolf, A. Baird, H.M. Schipper & E.G. Stopa Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:262-270
  73. Interaction of angiotensin II and adenosine receptors in pentylenetetrazol-induced kindling in mice Vasil P. Georgiev & Jane D. Tchekalarova Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:259-261
  74. Expression of Ca2+-dependent (classical) PKC mRNA isoforms after transient cerebral ischemia in gerbil hippocampus Barbara Zabocka, Katarzyna Maternicka, Teresa Zalewska & Krystyna Domaska-Janik Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:254-258
  75. Distinct mechanisms for expression of Fos-like immunoreactivity and synaptic potentiation in telencephalic hyperstriatum of the quail chick Shin Yanagihara, Tohru Yagi & Toshiya Matsushima Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:240-253
  76. Death of transcallosal neurons after close axotomy Paul S. Fishman & Deborah A. Parks Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:231-239
  77. The effects of L-deprenyl treatment, alone and combined with GM1 ganglioside, on striatal dopamine content and substantia nigra pars compacta neurons David S. Rothblat & J.S. Schneider Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:226-230
  78. Reduced dopamine output in the nucleus accumbens but not in the medial prefrontal cortex in rats displaying a mecamylamine-precipitated nicotine withdrawal syndrome Bengt E. Hildebrand, George G. Nomikos, Peter Hertel, Björn Schilström & Torgny H. Svensson Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:214-225
  79. The role of afferents to the ventral tegmental area in the handling stress-induced increase in the release of dopamine in the medial prefrontal cortex: a dual-probe microdialysis study in the rat brain Paolo Enrico, Marjan Bouma, Jan B. de Vries & Ben H.C. Westerink Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:205-213
  80. Metabolic inhibition potentiates AMPA-induced Ca2+ fluxes and neurotoxicity in rat cerebellar granule cells Gvido Cebers, Aleta Cebere & Sture Liljequist Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:194-204
  81. Decline of circadian photosensitivity associated with retinal degeneration in CBA/J-rd/rd mice Takashi Yoshimura & Shizufumi Ebihara Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:188-193
  82. Differential effects of interleukin (IL)-1, IL-2 and IL-6 on responding for rewarding lateral hypothalamic stimulation Hymie Anisman, L. Kokkinidis, Thomas Borowski & Z. Merali Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:177-187
  83. Effects of NMDA receptor glycine recognition site antagonism on cerebral metabolic rate for glucose and cerebral blood flow in the conscious rat Yuji Morimoto, Bo Wu, Robert D. Bart, Yoshiko Morimoto, Robert D. Pearlstein & David S. Warner Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:170-176
  84. Opioid supraspinal analgesic synergy between the amygdala and periaqueductal gray in rats Zoran W. Pavlovic & Richard J. Bodnar Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:158-169
  85. Long-term kindling and interictal emotionality in rats: effect of stimulation site Lisa E. Kalynchuk, John P.J. Pinel & Dallas Treit Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:149-157
  86. Rapid shifts in receptive fields of cells in trigeminal subnucleus interpolaris following infraorbital nerve transection in adult rats Bradley G. Klein, Carl F. White & Jeanette R. Duffin Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:136-148
  87. Recovery of rat skeletal muscles after partial denervation is enhanced by treatment with nifedipine C.M. White & G. Vrbová Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:125-135
  88. Castration reduces olfactory bulb norepinephrine transporter function as indicated by responses to noradrenergic uptake blockers Yili Shang & Dean E. Dluzen Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:119-124
  89. Antinociception following opioid stimulation of the basolateral amygdala is expressed through the periaqueductal gray and rostral ventromedial medulla Fred J. Helmstetter, Sheralee A. Tershner, Laura H. Poore & Patrick S.F. Bellgowan Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:104-118
  90. Organization of choline acetyltransferase-containing structures in the cranial nerve motor nuclei and spinal cord of the monkey Tomoyuki Ichikawa & Toshio Shimizu Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:96-103
  91. Facilitation of female rat lordosis behavior by hypothalamic infusion of 5-HT2A/2C receptor agonists A. Wolf, M. Caldarola-Pastuszka & L. Uphouse Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:84-95
  92. Intraventricular GLP-1 reduces short- but not long-term food intake or body weight in lean and obese rats Jamie C.K. Donahey, Gertjan van Dijk, Stephen C. Woods & Randy J. Seeley Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:75-83
  93. D3 dopamine receptor mRNA is widely expressed in the human brain Michio Suzuki, Yasmin L. Hurd, Pierre Sokoloff, Jean-Charles Schwartz & Göran Sedvall Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:58-74
  94. Effect of superior cervical ganglionectomy on catecholamine concentration in rat cochlea Pablo Gil-Loyzaga, M. Angeles Vicente-Torres, Agustín Arce, Daniel P. Cardinali & Ana Esquifino Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:53-57
  95. The effect of morphine on responses of mediodorsal thalamic nuclei and nucleus submedius neurons to colorectal distension in the rat Shou-wei Yang, Kenneth A. Follett, John G. Piper & Timothy J. Ness Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:41-52
  96. Muscimol increases acetylcholine release by directly stimulating adult striatal cholinergic interneurons Ivan S. Login, Shanthi N. Pal, Donna T. Adams & Paul E. Gold Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:33-40
  97. Neuroanatomical patterns of Fos-like immunoreactivity induced by naltrexone in food-restricted and ad libitum fed rats Kenneth D. Carr, Tina H. Park, Yi Zhang & Eric A. Stone Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:26-32
  98. 2,5-Anhydro-D-mannitol induces Fos-like immunoreactivity in hindbrain and forebrain: relationship to eating behavior Charles C. Horn & Mark I. Friedman Brain Research, 1998, 779:1-2:17-25

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  1. Inducible and constitutive transcription factors in the mammalian nervous system: control of gene expression by Jun, Fos and Krox, and CREB/ATF proteins T. Herdegen & J.D. Leah Brain Research Reviews, 1998, 28:3:370-490
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