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NEUROPHARMACOLOGY OF COCAINE AND SEROTONIN IN MONKEYSGrant Why?
William L. Woolverton: a case history in unraveling the behavioral pharmacology of stimulants.Academic Article Why?
Demon voltammetry and analysis software: analysis of cocaine-induced alterations in dopamine signaling using multiple kinetic measures.Academic Article Why?
Early phytocannabinoid chemistry to endocannabinoids and beyond.Academic Article Why?
RECEPTOR COUPLING IN OPIOID RECEPTOR NULL MICEGrant Why?
NCCU-WFU BIOMEDICAL BRIDGE TO THE Ph.D. PARTNERSHIPGrant Why?
Training Program in Hearing and Multisensory IntegrationGrant Why?
Training Program in Multisensory ProcessesGrant Why?
Extracting the basal extracellular dopamine concentrations from the evoked responses: re-analysis of the dopamine kinetics.Academic Article Why?
a6ß2 subunit containing nicotinic acetylcholine receptors exert opposing actions on rapid dopamine signaling in the nucleus accumbens of rats with high-versus low-response to novelty.Academic Article Why?
Acute and chronic ethanol exposure differentially regulate CB1 receptor function at glutamatergic synapses in the rat basolateral amygdala.Academic Article Why?
Adolescent social isolation increases anxiety-like behavior and ethanol intake and impairs fear extinction in adulthood: Possible role of disrupted noradrenergic signaling.Academic Article Why?
Autoradiography in opioid triple knockout mice reveals opioid and opioid receptor like binding of naloxone benzoylhydrazone.Academic Article Why?
Cannabinoid physiology and pharmacology: 30 years of progress.Academic Article Why?
Cannabinoid receptor activation modifies NMDA receptor mediated release of intracellular calcium: implications for endocannabinoid control of hippocampal neural plasticity.Academic Article Why?
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