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Adenosine A2A and dopamine receptor interactions in basal ganglia of dopamine denervated rats2003CARTA A.R.; PINNA A.; TRONCI E.; MORELLI MNEUROLOGY
Selective modifications in GAD67 mRNA levels in striatonigral and striatopallidal pathways correlate to dopamine agonist priming in 6-hydroxydopamine-lesioned rats2003CARTA AR; FENU S; PALA P; TRONCI E; MORELLI MEUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
Dopamine and adenosine receptor interaction as the basis for the treatment of Parkinson's disease2004MORELLI M; SIMOLA N; CARTA AR; TRONCI E; PINNA AMOVEMENT DISORDERS
Changes in the expression of tonic and phasic neurochemical markers of activity in a rat model of L-DOPA induced dyskinesia2004ANNA R. CARTA; A. PINNA; TRONCI E; AND M. MORELLI
Dopamine and Adenosine Receptor Interaction as Basis for the Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease2005SIMOLA N; PINNA A; CARTA A.R; TRONCI E; MORELLI MMedimond
CAFFEINE SENSITIZATION AND CROSS-SENSITIZATION WITH AMPHETAMINE: ASSOCIATION TO POST BUT NOT PRE-SYNAPTIC CHANGES IN RAT STRIATAL NEURON2005SIMOLA N; TRONCI E; CAULI O; CARTA AR; DE LUCA M; MORELLI MBEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
CAFFEINE SESITIZATION AND CROSS-SENSITIZATION WITH AMPHETAMINE: ASSOCIATION TO POST-SYNAPTIC CHANGES IN RAT STRIATAL NEURONS2005SIMOLA N; TRONCI E; CAULI O; CARTA AR; DE LUCA M; MORELLI MAMINO ACIDS
Changes in the expression of tonic and phasic neurochemical markers of activity in a rat model of L-DOPA induced dynskinesia2005CARTA A.R; PINNA A; TRONCI E; MORELLI MSpringer
Different responsiveness of striatonigral and striatopallidal neurons to L-DOPA after a subchronic intermittent L-DOPA treatment2005CARTA AR; TRONCI E; PINNA A; MORELLI MEUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
Caffeine sensitization and cross-sensitization with amphetamine: association to post-synaptic changes in rat striatal neurons2005SIMOLA N; TRONCI E; CAULI O; CARTA A.R; DE LUCA M.A; MORELLI MBEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
Subchronic-intermittent caffeine amplifies the motor effects of amphetamine in rats”. Amino Acids2006SIMOLA N; TRONCI E; PINNA A; MORELLI MAMINO ACIDS
Dopamine and adenosine receptor interaction as basis for the treatment of Parkinson's disease 2006MORELLI M; SIMOLA N; CARTA A.R; TRONCI E; PINNA AJOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
Vitamin A deficiency induces motor impairments and striatal cholinergic dysfunction in rats2006Carta M; Stancampiano R; Tronci E; Collu M; Usiello A; Morelli M; Fadda FNEUROSCIENCE
Subchronic-intermittent caffeine amplifies the motor effects of amphetamine in rats2006SIMOLA N; TRONCI E; PINNA A; MORELLI MAMINO ACIDS
Potentiation of amphetamine-mediated responses in caffeine-sensitized rats involves modifications in A2A receptors and zif-268 mRNAs in striatal neurons2006TRONCI E; SIMOLA N; CARTA A; DE LUCA MA; MORELLI MJOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
Characterization of the antiparkinsonian effects of the new adenosine A2A receptor antagonist ST1535: acute and subchronic studies in rats2007TRONCI E; SIMOLA N; BORSINI F; SCHINTU N; FRAU L; CARMINATI P; MORELLI MEUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
Long-term increase in GAD67 mRNA expression in the central amygdala of rats sensitized by drugs and stress2008Carta AR; Casal Moreno C; Cadoni C; Tronci E; Di Chiara G.EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
Serotonin neuron-dependent and -independent reduction of dyskinesia by 5-HT1A and5-HT1B receptor agonists in the rat Parkinson model2009Muñoz A; Carlsson T; Tronci E; Kirik D; Björklund A; Carta M.EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
Caffeine consumption and changes in the function of dopaminergic transmission: evidence of a hyperdopaminergic state in rats subchronically treated with caffeine2009SIMOLA N; PINNA A; TRONCI E; SEEMAN P; MORELLI MNova Science Publishers, Inc.
A new ethyladenine antagonist of adenosine A(2A) receptors: behavioral and biochemical characterization as an antiparkinsonian drug2010Pinna A; Tronci E; Schintu N; Simola N; Volpini R; Pontis S; Cristalli G; Morelli MNEUROPHARMACOLOGY
   
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