EDITORIAL
1996: APPLICATIONS OF NEUROBIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES IN BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
1997: BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY OF ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION
A glutamatergic hypothesis of drug dependence
Glutamate receptors in neuroadaptation and benzodiazepine tolerance and dependence. Commentary on Stephens, ‘A glutamatergic hypothesis of drug dependence
Can EAA transmission play a ubiquitous role in drug-induced neural plasticity? Commentary on Stephens, ‘A glutamatergic hypothesis of drug dependence
Modulation of learning processes by ionotropic glutamate receptor ligands
How do glutamatergic drugs affect cognitive function? Commentary on Danysz et al., ‘Modulation of learning processes by ionotropic glutamate receptor ligands’
Interactions between excitatory amino acids and dopamine systems in the forebrain
Reversal of parkinsonian symptoms by intrastriatal and systemic manipulations of excitatory amino acid and dopamine transmission in the bilateral 6-OHDA lesioned marmoset
Does the blockade of excitatory amino acid transmission in the basal ganglia simply reverse reaction time deficits induced by dopamine inactivation?
The anti-ischaemic drug, eliprodil, blocks hyperactivity induced by intra-accumbens injection of spermine
Excitatory amino acid receptors within nucleus accumbens subregions differentially mediate spatial learning in the rat
The effect of dizocilpine (MK-801) on spatial and visual discrimination tasks in the rat
Comparison of glutamate antagonists in continuous multiple-trial and single-trial dark avoidance
Reversal of stable behavioural modifications through NMDA receptor inhibition in rats
Behavioral studies with the glycine partial agonist (+)-HA966 on cocaine-induced locomotor activity and reinforcement
Behavioral pharmacology of two novel substituted quinoxalinedione glutamate antagonists
Effects of the NMDA antagonist, dizocilpine, in various drug discriminations
Assessment of the mixed discriminative stimulus effects of ethanol in a three-choice ethanol-dizocilpine-water discrimination in rats
POTENTIAL MECHANISMS OF ACTION OF THE ANTI-CRAVING DRUG, ACAMPROSATE, IN ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE
GLUTAMATERGIC INPUTS IN A REMOTE CONTROL OF GENERALISED EPILEPSY IN THE RAT
IN VITRO POTENCY OF NOVEL NMDA ANTAGONISTS PREDICTS IN VIVO PROTECTION AGAINST SEIZURES AND NEUROTOXICITY
WILL ALL NMDA ANTAGONISTS HAVE PHENCYCLIDINE-LIKE SIDE EFFECTS?
EXCITATORY AMINO ACIDS AND STRIATAL FUNCTIONS
EFFECTS OF COMPETITIVE EXCITATORY AMINO ACID ANTAGONISTS ON PUNISHED RESPONDING IN PIGEONS
IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL LOCALISATION OF DIFFERENT GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS IN THE LUMBAR SPINAL CORD OF THE RABBIT; RELATIONSHIPS WITH LOCOMOTOR CONTROL
NICOTINE HAS NEUROPROTECTIVE EFFECTS AGAINST EXCITATORY AMINO ACID-INDUCED NEUROTOXICITY IN NEOCORTICAL CULTURES
BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY OF GLYCINE/NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS
L-ARGININE REVERSAL OF BEHAVIORAL DEFICITS PRODUCED BY PHENCYCLIDINE AND CGS-19755
MK-801 EFFECTS UPON COCAINE INDUCED BEHAVIORAL AND HORMONAL RESPONSES
MANY AGENTS THAT ANTAGONISE THE NMDA RECEPTOR CHANNEL COMPLEX IN VIVO ALSO CAUSE DISTURBANCES OF MOTOR COORDINATION
BEHAVIOURAL CHARACTERISATION OF AN MGLU1 GENE-LACKING MOUSE
EXCITATORY AMINO ACID RECEPTORS
THE EFFECT OF METYRAPONE AND MK-801 ON RAT BRAIN DOPAMINE D1 RECEPTORS
NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS – MULTIPLE MODES OF ACTION ON LEARNING PROCESSES
THE ROLE OF EXCITATORY AMINO RECEPTORS IN THE AMYGDALA IN FEAR CONDITIONING
EFFECT OF MK-801 ON PRIMING OF D1-DEPENDENT CONTRALATERAL TURNING AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO C-FOS EXPRESSION IN THE RAT CAUDATE-PUTAMEN
EVIDENCE OF ACAMPROSATE PENETRATION INTO THE RAT BRAIN
LONG-TERM CHANGES IN BRAIN FOLLOWING CONTINUOUS PHENCYCLIDINE ADMINISTRATION
DAILY TREATMENT WITH THE GLUTAMATE RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST MK-801 RETARDS BEHAVIORAL AND NEUROCHEMICAL RECOVERY FROM PARTIAL 6-HYDROXYDOPAMINE LESIONS OF THE SUBSTANTIA NIGRA
COMPETITIVE NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST CGP 40116 DISRUPTS TASTE-POTENTIATED ODOUR AVERSION IN RATS
EFFECTS OF GLUTAMATE ANTAGONISTS ON BEHAVIOURAL ALTERATIONS INDUCED BY BILATERAL CAROTID OCCLUSION IN THE MONGOLIAN GERBIL
INTERACTIONS BETWEEN EXCITATORY AMINO ACIDS AND DOPAMINE SYSTEMS IN THE BASAL GANGLIA
IS CONDITIONED LOCOMOTION TO PSYCHOSTIMULANTS MEDIATED BY EXCITATORY AMINO ACID TRANSMISSION IN THE NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS?
ON THE BEHAVIORAL ROLE OF EXCITATORY AMINO ACIDS IN THE NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS
BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY OF NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS
BEHAVIOUR MEDIATED BY THE STRIATUM AND THE NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS IS DIFFERENTLY MODULATED BY THE STRYCHNINE-INSENSITIVE GLYCINE RECEPTOR
MK-801 MEDIATES LOCOMOTION VIA DOPAMINERGIC NEURONS
BEHAVIOURAL ANTAGONISM BETWEEN CPP AND OTHER COMPETITIVE ANTAGONISTS OF NMDA RECEPTOR AND PHENYLETHYLAMINE (PEA), A PUTATIVE ENDOGENOUS ANXIOGEN
EFFECTS OF AMPA ANTAGONISTS ON PSYCHOSTIMULANT INDUCED LOCOMOTOR ACTIVITY IN NAIVE AND SENSITIZED RATS
INFUSION INTO THE ENTORHINAL CORTEX OF THE AMPA ANTAGONIST CNQX IMPAIRS SPATIAL MEMORY (THE PERFORMANCE OF RATS IN A WELL-LEARNED SPATIAL TASK)
ETHANOL TOLERANCE IN MICE IS BLOCKED BY NMDA, BUT NOT NON-NMDA, RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS
A SEARCH FOR THE EFFECTS OF 5-HT1A ANTAGONIST WAY 100135 ON BEHAVIOURAL AND BIOCHEMICAL EFFECTS OF MK-801
METABOTROPIC AND IONOTROPIC RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS PREVENT THE NEURODEGENERATION SEEN FOLLOWING 5 MIN BILATERAL CAROTID OCCLUSION IN THE MONGOLIAN GERBIL MODEL OF CEREBRAL ISCHAEMIA
INTERACTIONS BETWEEN GLUTAMATE, GABA AND NEUROPEPTIDE FF IN THE VENTRAL TEGMENTAL AREA (VTA)
EXCITATORY AMINO ACID NEUROTOXICITY AND IMPAIRMENTS OF LEARNING AND MEMORY
EXCITATORY AMINO ACIDS AND EPILEPSY
DOPAMINE-NMDA INTERACTIONS IN THE MODULATION OF LOCOMOTOR ACTIVITY AND MEMORY CONSOLIDATION
STRIATAL EXCITATORY AMINO ACID TRANSMISSION AND PARKINSONISM
ROLE OF EXCITATORY AMINO ACIDS IN PARKINSONS DISEASE AS STUDIED BY THE 6-OHDA MODEL OF PARKINSONISM IN RATS
PRIOR EXPERIENCE DISSOCIATES COMPONENTS OF N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE-DEPENDENT FORMS OF SPATIAL LEARNING IN THE WATERMAZE
NMDA-RECEPTOR ANTAGONISM SEVERELY IMPAIRS A VISUAL-SPATIAL CONDITIONAL DISCRIMINATION TASK IN THE RAT
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIOURAL ACTIVITY OF 7-CL-KYNURENIC ACID (NMDA-ANTAGONIST) ACTIVITY
PUTATIVE NMDA-COMPONENT IN THE COGNITION ENHANCING ACTIVITY OF PYROGLUTAMYL-CONTAINING DIPEPTIDES
EXCITATORY AMINO ACIDS, THE NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS AND DRUG ADDICTION
TOLERANCE AND CROSS-TOLERANCE BETWEEN ETHANOL AND KETAMINE IN A DRUG DISCRIMINATION PROCEDURE
EFFECTS OF AMANTADINE, MEMANTINE AND L-DOPA ON HALOPERIDOL-INDUCED CATALEPSY IN RATS AFTER 6-OHDA LESION OF LOCUS COERULEUS NEURONS
EFFECT OF CALCIUM CHANNEL ANTAGONISTS ON EAA-MEDIATED EXCITOTOXICITY IN ETHANOL WITHDRAWN NEOCORTICAL CULTURES
PHENCYCLIDINE-INDUCED STEREOTYPED BEHAVIOUR AND SOCIAL ISOLATION IN RATS
THE PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY OF THE POLYAMINE SITE
A POSSIBLE ROLE OF EXCITATORY AMINO ACIDS IN ISCHEMIA-INDUCED BEHAVIOURAL ALTERATIONS
PSYCHOSTIMULATORY ACTION OF SYDNOCARB – A DIFFERENTIAL INVOLVEMENT OF VARIOUS BRAIN DOPAMINE RECEPTOR SUBTYPES
EFFECTS OF INTRACRANIAL INFUSIONS OF EXCITATORY AMINO ACIDS ON COCAINE-INDUCED MOTOR ACTIVATION IN THE RAT
PSYCHOMOTOR RELATED DISEASES AND SCHIZOPHRENIA
BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF COMPOUNDS ACTING AT SUBTYPES OF METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS
BEHAVIORAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ADAPTATIONS TO NICOTINE IN RATS
BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY OF AMPA ANTAGONISTS
PARADOXICAL EFFECTS OF 2-AMINO-4-PHOSPHONOBUTANOIC ACID ON THE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTOR ION CHANNEL
INTRACEREBRAL INJECTIONS OF METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE RECEPTOR AGONISTS CAN INDUCE OR PROTECT AGAINST LIMBIC SEIZURES IN MICE
MK-801 FAILS TO BLOCK THE DEVELOPMENT OF MORPHINE BEHAVIOURAL SENSITISATION IN THE RAT
NMDA RECEPTOR LIGANDS AND MEMORY PROCESSING
THE EFFECT OF THE α2-ADRENOCEPTOR ANTAGONIST, ATIPAMEZOLE, ON THE SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR OF SEXUALLY LOW-ACTIVE MALE RATS
MK-801 PRODUCES CROSS-TOLERANCE TO THE REINFORCING EFFECTS OF KETAMINE
EFFECTS OF COMPETITIVE AND NON-COMPETITIVE NMDA ANTAGONISTS ON RAT SENSORIMOTOR GATING AND OUTFLOW OF DOPAMINE
DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS EFFECTS OF SITE-SELECTIVE NMDA ANTAGONISTS IN NPC 17742-TRAINED RATS
REINFORCING EFFECTS OF INTRAVENOUSLY DELIVERED NMDA CHANNEL BLOCKERS IN RHESUS MONKEYS
PRECLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY OF LIGANDS ACTING AT THE STRYCHNINE-INSENSITIVE GLYCINE RECEPTOR OF THE NMDA RECEPTOR
EXCITATORY AMINO ACIDS AND NEURODEGENERATIVE DISORDERS
REINFORCING EFFECTS OF NMDA ANTAGONISTS IN RHESUS MONKEYS