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Evidence for inhibition by brain serotonin of mouse killing behaviour in rats. 1971 Di Chiara G; Camba R; Spano P F NATURE
Increase of brain tryptophan by electroconvulsive shock in rats. 1972 Tagliamonte A; Tagliamonte P; Di Chiara G; Gessa R; Gessa G L JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
Accelerated synthesis of dopamine in the rat brain after methadone. 1972 Perez-Cruet J; Di Chiara G; Gessa G L EXPERIENTIA
Evidence that methadone blocks dopamine receptors in the brain. 1972 Sasame H A; Perez-Cruet J; Di Chiara G; Tagliamonte A; Tagliamonte P; Gessa G L JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
Inhibition by apomorphine of dopamine deamination in the rat brain. 1974 Di Chiara G; Balakleevsky A; Porceddu M L; Tagliamonte A; Gessa G L JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
Evidence for dopamine receptors mediating sedation in the mouse brain. 1976 Di Chiara G; Porceddu ML; Vargiu L; Argiolas A; Gessa GL
NATURE
A dopamine-stimulated adenylate cyclase in rat substantia nigra. 1976 Spano P F; Di Chiara G; Tonon G C; Trabucchi M JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
Pharmacology and neurochemistry of apomorphine 1977 DI CHIARA G; GESSA GL
Postsynaptic receptors are not essential for dopaminergic feedback regulation 1977 Di Chiara G; Porceddu ML; Fratta W; Gessa GL NATURE
Indirect activation of the DA system as a possible mechanism for the stimulatory effects of narcotic analgesics. 1977 Di Chiara G; Vargiu L; Porceddu M L; Longoni R; Mulas A; Gessa G L E Costa and GL Gessa
Localization of nigral dopamine-sensitive adenylate cyclase on neurons originating from the corpus striatum. 1977 Spano P F; Trabucchi M; Di Chiara G SCIENCE
Haloperidol increases and apomorphine decreases striatal dopamine metabolism after destruction of striatal dopamine-sensitive adenylate cyclase by kainic acid. 1977 Di Chiara G; Porceddu M L; Spano P F; Gessa G L BRAIN RESEARCH
Evidence for selective and long-lasting stimulation of "regulatory" dopamine-receptors by bromocriptine (CB 154). 1977 Di Chiara G; Porceddu M L; Vargiu L; Stefanini E; Gessa G L NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERG'S ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY
Bromocriptine: a rather specific stimulant of dopamine receptors regulating dopamine metabolism. 1977 Di Chiara G; Vargiu L; Porceddu M L; Gessa G L E Costa and GL Gessa
Dopamine-stimulated adenylate cyclase in rat substantia nigra: localization and effects of neuroleptics. 1977 Spano P F; Di Chiara G; Loddo P; Tonon G C; Trabucchi M E Costa and GL Gessa
Evidence for the existence of regulatory DA receptors in the substantia nigra. 1977 Di Chiara G; Mereu G P; Vargiu L; Porceddu M L; Mulas A; Trabucchi M; Spano P F E Costa and GL Gessa
Intranigral kainic acid is evidence that nigral non-dopaminergic neurones control posture 1977 DI CHIARA G; OLIANAS M; DEL FIACCO M; SPANO PF; TAGLIAMONTE A NATURE
Destruction of post-synaptic dopamine receptors prevents neuroleptic-induced activation of striatal tyrosine hydroxylase but not dopamine synthesis stimulation. 1978 Di Chiara G; Onali P L; Tissari A H; Porceddu M L; Morelli M; Gessa G L LIFE SCIENCES
Intranigral kainic acid: evidence for nigral non-dopaminergic neurons controlling posture and behavior in a manner opposite to the dopaminergic ones. 1978 Olianas M C; De Montis G M; Concu A; Tagliamonte A; Di Chiara G EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
Dopamine synthesis and tyrosine hydroxylase are regulated by independent DA receptor mediated mechanisms. 1978 Tissari H A; Porceddu M L; Argiolas A; Di Chiara G; Gessa G L LIFE SCIENCES

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