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Cluster headache: clinical efficacy of lithium salts in a haemodialysis treated patient1985ZUDDAS A; MULAS S; DEL ZOMPO M; CORSINI GUCEPHALALGIA
Deprenyl selectively inhibits 3H-MPTP binding sites in monkey brain1985Del Zompo M; Pintus S; Zuddas A; Corsini GUEUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
Epileptic EEG pattern in alcoholic women1986Marrosu F; Zuddas AFUNCTIONAL NEUROLOGY
Covalent binding of a metabolite of 1-methyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridine to mouse and monkey brain in vitro and in vivo1987.CORSINI GU; BOCCHETTA A; ZUDDAS A; PICCARDI MP; DEL ZOMPO MBIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
1-methyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyrydyne (MPTP) neurotoxicity in mice is enhanced by ethanol or acethaldehyde1987CORSINI GU; ZUDDAS A; BONUCCELI B; SCHINELLI S; KOPINIJLIFE SCIENCES
1-Methyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridine and 1-methyl-4-phenyl pyridinium uptake in dissociated cell cultures from embryonic mesencephalon1988SCHINELLI S; ZUDDAS A; KOPIN Ij; BARKER JL; DI PORZIO UJOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
MPTP-induced parkinsonism. Recent studies on the mechanism of toxicity1988BOCCHETTA A; PICCARDI MP; ZUDDAS A; BERNARDI F; DEL ZOMPO M; CORSINI GUFUNCTIONAL NEUROLOGY
Covalent protein binding of a metabolite of 1-methyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridine to mouse and monkey brain in vitro and in vivo1988CORSINI G.U; BOCCHETTA A; ZUDDAS A; PICCARDI M.P; DEL ZOMPO MBIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
MPTP treatment combined with ethanol or acetaldehyde selectively destroy dopaminergic neurons in mouse substantia nigra1989ZUDDAS A; CORSINI GU; SCHINELLI S; JOHANNESSEN JN; DI PORZIO U; KOPIN IJ; DI PORZIO UBRAIN RESEARCH
Acetaldehyde directly enhances MPP+ toxicity and delays its elimination from the striatum1989ZUDDAS A; CORSINI GU; SCHINELLI S; BARKER JL; KOPIN IJ; DI PORZIO UBRAIN RESEARCH
Early appearance of tyrosine hydroxylase immunoreactive neurons in the mesencephalon of mouse embryos1990DI PORZIO U; ZUDDAS A; COSENZA-MURPHY DB; BARKER JLINTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE
Specific reinnervation of lesioned striatum by grafted mesencephalic dopaminergic neurons1991ZUDDAS A; CORSINI GU; BARKER JL; KOPIN IJ; DI PORZIO UEUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
Apparent unilateral visual neglect in MPTP-hemiparkinsonian monkeys is due to delayed initiation of motion1991BANKIEWICZ KS; OLDFIELD EH; PLUNKETT RJ; SCHUETTE WH; COGANK DG; HOGAN N; ZUDDAS A; KOPIN IJBRAIN RESEARCH
Dopamine synthesis precedes dopamine uptake in embryonic in rats mesencephalic neurons.1991FISZMAN ML; ZUDDAS A; MASANA MI; BARKER JL; DI PORZIO U.JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
MK 801 prevents 1-methyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridine-induced parkinsonism in primates1992ZUDDAS A; OBERTO G; VAGLINI F; FASCETTI F; FORNAI F; CORSINI GU.JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
Embryonic dopaminergic neurontransplants in MPTP lesioned striatum1992DI PORZIO U; ZUDDAS ANEUROCHEMISTRY INTERNATIONAL
Selective lesion of the nigrostriatal dopaminergic pathway by MPTP and acetaldehyde or diethyldithiocarbamate1992ZUDDAS A; VAGLINI F; FORNAI F; CORSINI GUNEUROCHEMISTRY INTERNATIONAL
In Brown Norway rats, MPP+ is accumulated in the nigrostriatal dopaminergic terminals but it is not neurotoxic: a model of natural resistance to MPTP toxicity1994ZUDDAS A; FASCETTI F; CORSINI GU; PICCARDI MPEXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
Clinical effects of Clozapine on Autistic Disorder1996ZUDDAS A; MG. LEDDA; A.FRATTA. P.MUGLIA; C.CIANCHETTITHE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
Continous infusion of apomorfine improves torsion distonia in a patient unresponsive to other dopamiergic drugs1996ZUDDAS A; M. PINTOR; N. DE MONTIS; M.G. MARROSU; C.CIANCHETTIJOURNAL OF CHILD NEUROLOGY
   
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