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Selective blockade of benzodiazepine receptors by Ro 15-1788 prevents foot shock-induced decrease of low affinity gamma-aminobutyric acid receptors.1985Corda MG; Concas A; Biggio G.NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
Striato-nigral denervation increases type II benzodiazepine receptors in the substantia nigra of the rat.1986Corda MG; Concas A; Porceddu ML; Sanna E; Biggio G.NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
Effect of benzodiazepine binding site ligands on [35S] t-butylbicyclophosphorothionate ([35S]TBPS) binding to rat brain: an autoradiographic study.1986Concas A; Gehlert DR; Wamsley JK; Yamamura HI.ADVANCES IN BIOCHEMICAL PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
Enhancement of g-aminobutyric acid binding by Quazepam, a benzodiazepine derivative with preferential affinity for type I benzodiazepine receptors1986Corda MG; Sanna E; Concas A; Giorgi O; Ongini E; Nurchi V; Pintori T; Crisponi G; Biggio G.JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
Temperature dependence and GABA modulation of [3H]triazolam binding in the rat brain.1987Earle ME; Concas A; Wamsley JK; Yamamura HI.LIFE SCIENCES
Foot shock stress decreases chloride efflux from rat brain synaptoneurosomes.1987Concas A; Mele S; Biggio G.EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
Changes in GABAergic transmission induced by stress, anxiogenic and anxiolytic beta-carbolines.1987Biggio G; Concas A; Mele S; Corda MG.BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
Aging reduces the GABA-dependent 36Cl- flux in rat brain membrane vesicles.1988Concas A; Pepitoni S; Atsoggiu T; Toffano G; Biggio G.LIFE SCIENCES
Modulation of GABA-stimulated chloride influx into membrane vesicles from rat cerebral cortex by benzodiazepines and nonbenzodiazepines1988Obata T; Morelli M; Concas A; Serra M; Yamamura HI.ADVANCES IN BIOCHEMICAL PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGYRaven Press New York
Foot-shock stress and anxiogenic beta-carbolines increase t-[35S]butylbicyclophosphorothionate binding in the rat cerebral cortex, an effect opposite to anxiolytics and gamma-aminobutyric acid mimetics1988Concas A; Serra M; Atsoggiu T; Biggio G.JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
Changes of 36Cl- flux and 35S-TBPS binding induced by stress and gabaergic drugs.1988Concas A; Serra M; Corda MG; Biggio GADVANCES IN BIOCHEMICAL PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
Effect of stress on the function of chloride channels associated with the GABA receptor complex.1988Concas A; Serra M; Atsoggiu T.ANNALI DELL'ISTITUTO SUPERIORE DI SANITÀ
The role of the GABA/benzodiazepine/chloride ionophore receptor complex in the neurochemistry and pharmacology of stress and anxiety.1989Biggio G.; Concas A; Serra M. Corda M.G.PYTHAGORA PRESS
Stress like bicuculline and DMCM reduces the basal 36Cl- uptake in the rat cortical membrane vesicles, an effect reversed by GABA. 1989Serra M.; Concas A; Atsoggiu T. and Biggio G.NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
Enhancement of GABAergic transmission by zolpidem, an imidazopyridine with preferential affinity for type I benzodiazepine receptors.1989Biggio G; Concas A; Corda M G; Serra MEUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
GABAergic and dopaminergic transmission in the rat cerebral cortex: effect of stress, anxiolytic and anxiogenic drugs.1990Biggio G; Concas A; Corda M G; Giorgi O; Sanna E; Serra MPHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS
Enhancement of GABA-dependent chloride channel by "in vivo" administration of ethanol.1990Sanna E; Concas A; Serra M; Biggio G.PHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH
Biochemical evidence for an involvement of the GABA dependent chloride channel in the action of stress, anxiogenic and anxiolytic ligands for benzodiazepine receptors.1990Biggio G.; Serra M.; Sanna E.; Concas AHemisphere Publishing Corporation
Reduction of reticulata neuronal activity by zolpidem and alpidem, two imidazopyridines with high affinity for type I benzodiazepine receptors1990Mereu G; Carcangiu G; Concas A; Passino N; Biggio G.EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
"Ex vivo" binding of 35S-TBPS as a tool to study the pharmacology of GABAA receptors.1990Concas A; Sanna E; Serra M; Mascia M P; Santoro V; Biggio GADVANCES IN BIOCHEMICAL PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
   
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