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Stress induced increase in 3,4 dihydroxyphenylacetic acid (DOPAC)levels in the cerebral cortex and n.accumbens: reversal by diazepam.1978FADDA F; ARGIOLAS A; MELIS MR; TISSARI AH; ONALI PL; GESSA GLLIFE SCIENCES
Chronic haloperidol causes persistent increase in 3,4-dihydroxyphenyl-acetic acid (DOPAC) concentration in the substantia nigra but not in the ventral tegmental area1979ARGIOLAS A; FADDA F; MELIS MR; SERRA G; GESSA GLBRAIN RESEARCH
Haloperidol increases DOPAC in the substantia nigra but not in the ventral tegmental area1979ARGIOLAS A; FADDA F; MELIS MR; GESSA GLLIFE SCIENCES
Differential effect of acute and chronic ethanol on dopamine metabolism in frontal cortex, caudate nucleus and substantia nigra1980FADDA F; ARGIOLAS A; MELIS MR; SERRA G; GESSA GLLIFE SCIENCES
Effect of lithium on 3,4-dihydroxyphenylacetic acid (DOPAC) concentration in different brain areas of rats1980FADDA F; SERRA G; ARGIOLAS A; MELIS MR; GESSA GLPHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
Differential effect of haloperidol on DOPAC levels in the substantia nigra and the ventral tegmental area1980ARGIOLAS A; FADDA F; MELIS MR; GESSA GLPHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
Repeated electroconvulsive shock prevents the sedative effect of small doses of apomorphine1981SERRA G; ARGIOLAS A; FADDA F; MELIS MR; GESSA GLPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
REM Sleep deprivation induces subsensitivity of dopamine receptors mediating sedation in rats1981SERRA G; MELIS MR; ARGIOLAS A; FADDA F; GESSA GLEUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
Delayed inhibition of dopamine synthesis by gamma-butyrolactone and blacofen: dopamine receptor supersensitivity?1982ARGIOLAS A; FADDA F; MELIS MR; MARCOU M; PORCEDDU ML; GESSA GLEUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
N-n-Propyl-norapomorphine: an extremely potent stimulant of dopamine autoreceptors1982Argiolas A; Mereu G; Serra G; Melis MR; Fadda F; Gessa, GLBRAIN RESEARCH
Evidence for dopamine autoreceptors controlling DA synthesis in the substantia nigra1982Argiolas A; Melis MR; Fadda F; Gessa GLBRAIN RESEARCH
Inhibition of nigral dopaminergic firing by N-n-propyl-norapomorphine: behavioural and biochemical correlates1982MEREU G; ARGIOLAS A; MELIS MR; GESSA GLANNALI DELL'ISTITUTO SUPERIORE DI SANITÀ
Effect of dopamine agonists and antagonists on DOPA formation in the substantia nigra1982ARGIOLAS A; MELIS MR; FADDA F; SERRA G; GESSA GLJOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
Suppression of voluntary ethanol consumption in rats by gamma-butyrolactone1983FADDA F; ARGIOLAS A; MELIS MR; DE MONTIS G; GESSA GLLIFE SCIENCES
Role of ventral mesencephalic reticular formation and related noradrenergic bundles in turning behavior as investigated by means of kainate, 6-hydroxydopamine and 5,7-dihydroxy-tryptamine lesions 1983PORCEDDU ML; IMPERATO A; MELIS MR; DI CHIARA GBRAIN RESEARCH
Effect of dopamine agonists on gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) turnover in the superior colliculus: evidence that nigrotectal GABA projections are under the influence of dopaminergic transmissions1983MELIS MR; GALE KTHE JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
DA autoreceptors in the substantia nigra: their involvement in the control of nigral DA synthesis1983ARGIOLAS A; MELIS MR; FADDA F; GESSA GLADVANCES IN THE BIOSCIENCESPergamon
Intranigral application of substance P antagonists prevents the haloperidol-induced activation of striatal tyrosine hydroxylase1984MELIS MR; GALE KNAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERG'S ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
Evidence that nigral substance P controls the activity of the nigro-tectal GABAergic pathway1984MELIS MR; GALE KBRAIN RESEARCH
Intraventricular oxytocin induces yawning and penile erection in rats1985ARGIOLAS A; MELIS MR; GESSA GLEUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
   
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