EDITORIAL
ANNOUNCEMENT OF SPECIAL ISSUES FOR 1997 AND 1998
ANNOUNCEMENT : EBPS 7TH BIENNIAL MEETING
Integration of molecular biological techniques and behavioural pharmacology
Integration of molecular biological techniques and behavioural pharmacology : potentially valuable tools if used with care. Commentary on Gold's ‘Integration of molecular biological techniques and behavioural pharmacology’
Sense and sensibility. Commentary on Gold's ‘Integration of molecular biological techniques and behavioural pharmacology’
Integration of molecular biological techniques and behavioral pharmacology : rationale and impact. Commentary on Gold's ‘Integration of molecular biological techniques and behavioural pharmacology’
Transgenic superoxide dismutase mice : Increased mesolimbic μ-opioid receptors results in greater opioid-induced stimulation and opioid-reinforced behavior
Estimation of in-vivo neurotransmitter release by brain microdialysis : the issue of validity
Behaviorally relevant measures of glutamate transmission? Commentary on Di Chiara et al., ‘Estimation of in-vivo neurotransmitter release by brain microdialysis the issue of validity’
Physiological relevance : a fundamental goal of brain microdialysis. Commentary on Di Chiara et al. ‘Estimation of in-vivo neurotransmitter release by brain microdialysis the issue of validity’
Surgical anaesthesia with pentobarbital prevents the effect of local SCH 23390 on rat striatal acetylcholine release in a strain-dependent manner
Ethanol anticipation enhances dopamine efflux in the nucleus accumbens of alcohol-preferring (P) but not Wistar rats
A critical assessment of electrochemical procedures applied to the measurement of dopamine and its metabolites during drug-induced and species-typical behaviours
Can voltammetric electrodes measure brain extracellular dopamine in the behaving animal? Commentary on Blaha and Phillips', ‘A critical assessment of electrochemical procedures applied to the measurement of dopamine and its metabolites during drug-induced and species-typical behaviours’
Changes in dopamine oxidation currents in the nucleus accumbens during unlimited-access self-administration of d-amphetamine by rats