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Diazepam binding inhibitor (DBI) processing : immunohistochemical studies in the rat brainALHO, H; BOVOLIN, P; SLOBODYANSKY, E et al.Neurochemical research. 1990, Vol 15, Num 2, pp 209-216, issn 0364-3190, 8 p.Article

Inhibition of GABAB receptor binding by guanyl nucleotidesHILL, D. R; BOWERY, N. G; HUDSON, A. L et al.Journal of neurochemistry. 1984, Vol 42, Num 3, pp 652-657, issn 0022-3042Article

Coexistence of GABAA and GABAB receptors on Aδ and C primary afferentsDESARMENIEN, M; FELTZ, P; OCCHIPINTI, G et al.British journal of pharmacology. 1984, Vol 81, Num 2, pp 327-333, issn 0007-1188Article

Co-localized adenosine A1 and γ-aminobutyric acid B (GABAB) receptors of cerebellum may share a common adenylate cyclase catalytic unitWOJCIK, W. J; CAVALLA, D; NEFF, N. H et al.The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 1985, Vol 232, Num 1, pp 62-66, issn 0022-3565Article

Separate site(s) of action of optical isomers of 1-methyl-5-phenyl-5-propylbarbituric acid with opposite pharmacological activities at the gaba receptor complexTICKU, M. K; RASTOGI, S. K; RAJEE THYAGARAJAN et al.European journal of pharmacology. 1985, Vol 112, Num 1, pp 1-9, issn 0014-2999Article

Modulation of the GABA receptor complex by a steroid anaestheticHARRISON, N. L; SIMMONDS, M. A.Brain research. 1984, Vol 323, Num 2, pp 287-292, issn 0006-8993Article

γ-aminobutyric acid A or C receptor ? γ-aminobutyric acid p1 receptor RNA induces bicuculline-, barbiturate-, and Benzodiazepine-insensitive γ-aminobutyric acid responses in Xenopus oocytesSHIMADA, S; CUTTING, G; UHL, G. R et al.Molecular pharmacology. 1992, Vol 41, Num 4, pp 683-687, issn 0026-895XArticle

GABAB receptor-mediated stimulation of the contractibility of isolated rabbit oviductERDO, S. L; RIESZ, M; KARPATI, E et al.European journal of pharmacology. 1984, Vol 99, Num 4, pp 333-336, issn 0014-2999Article

The effect of diazepam and of agents which change gabaergic functions in immobility in miceNAGATANI, T; SUGIHARA, T; KODAIRA, R et al.European journal of pharmacology. 1984, Vol 97, Num 3-4, pp 271-275, issn 0014-2999Article

Towards a more physiological approach in GABA bindingKARDOS, J; MADERSPACH, K; SIMONY, M et al.Neurochemistry international. 1985, Vol 7, Num 5, pp 737-743, issn 0197-0186Article

Identification and immunohistochemical mapping of GABAA receptor subtypes containing the δ-subunit in rat brainBENKE, D; MERTENS, S; TRZECIAK, A et al.FEBS letters. 1991, Vol 283, Num 1, pp 145-149, issn 0014-5793, 5 p.Article

The effect of bicuculline and baclofen on the dorsal root-ventral root reflex in the isolated spinal cordAL-ZAMIL, Z; BAGUST, J; KERKUT, G. A et al.General pharmacology. 1991, Vol 22, Num 3, pp 559-565, issn 0306-3623, 7 p.Article

Modulation and polytypic signaling in GABAergic transmissionSCHLICHTING, J. L.Neurochemical research. 1990, Vol 15, Num 2, pp 131-143, issn 0364-3190, 13 p.Article

Molecular and cellular mechanisms of GABA/benzodiazepine-receptor regulation : electrophysiological and biochemical studiesFARRANT, M; GIBBS, T. T; FARB, D. H et al.Neurochemical research. 1990, Vol 15, Num 2, pp 175-191, issn 0364-3190, 17 p.Article

An endogenous inhibitor of GABA receptor bindingKURODA, H; OGAWA, N; NUKINA, I et al.Neurochemical research. 1984, Vol 9, Num 1, pp 21-27, issn 0364-3190Article

The picrotoxinin binding site and its relationship to the GABA receptor complexWHITE, W. F; SNODGRASS, S. R; DICHTER, M. A et al.Journal of neurochemistry. 1985, Vol 44, Num 3, pp 812-817, issn 0022-3042Article

Purification of γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA) receptor from rat brain by affinity column chromatography using a new benzodiazepine, 1012-S, as an immobilized ligandTAGUCHI, J.-I; KURIYAMA, K.Brain research. 1984, Vol 323, Num 2, pp 219-226, issn 0006-8993Article

Antiepileptic effects of amphetamine may require GABA (benzodiazepine) activityMYSLOBODSKY, M. S; LEVIN, D; MORAG, M et al.Life sciences (1973). 1984, Vol 34, Num 16, pp 1591-1596, issn 0024-3205Article

GABA and human spermatozoa: characterization and regulation of GABA transport proteinsAANESEN, Arthur.Acta physiologica scandinavica. Supplementum. 1998, Vol 163, Num 642, issn 0302-2994, 61 p.Thesis

Gaba receptor mechanisms in the central nervous systemSIVILOTTI, L; NISTRI, A.Progress in neurobiology. 1991, Vol 36, Num 1, pp 35-92, issn 0301-0082, 58 p.Article

GABA and benzodiazepine receptor subtypes: molecular biology, pharmacology, and clinical aspects, Villasimius, Italy, June 1989BIGGIO, Giovanni; COSTA, Erminio.Advances in biochemical psychopharmacology. 1990, Vol 46, issn 0065-2229, 255 p.Conference Proceedings

Generation of two forms of the γ-aminobutyric acidA receptor γ2-subunit in mice by alternative splicingKOFUJI, P; JIA BEI WANG; MOSS, S. J et al.Journal of neurochemistry. 1991, Vol 56, Num 2, pp 713-715, issn 0022-3042, 3 p.Article

Lack of effects of handling habituation and swimming stress on ethanol-induced motor impairment and GABAA receptor functionTUOMINEN, K; KORPI, E. R.Acta physiologica scandinavica. 1991, Vol 141, Num 3, pp 409-413, issn 0001-6772, 5 p.Article

GABAA-receptors : structural requirements and sites of gene expression in mammalian brainMOHLER, H; MALHERBE, P; DRAGUHN, A et al.Neurochemical research. 1990, Vol 15, Num 2, pp 199-207, issn 0364-3190, 9 p.Article

Antiepileptic Potential of Ursolic Acid Stearoyl Glucoside by GABA Receptor StimulationKAZMI, Imran; AFZAL, Muhammad; GUPTA, Gaurav et al.CNS neuroscience & therapeutics (Print). 2012, Vol 18, Num 9, pp 799-800, issn 1755-5930, 2 p.Article

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