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Endocrinology Suggested Readings-Site 11


  1. William A. Catterall 1984 The molecular basis of neuronal excitability. Science 223:653-661.
  2. Jean L. Marx 1984 Receptor reconstituted. Science 223:385.
  3. F. Navone PG and P De Camilli 1984 Synapsin I in nerve terminals: Selective association with small synaptic vesicles. Science 226:1209-1211.
  4. Louis F. Reichardt 1984 The emergence of molecular neurobiology. TIBS 9:173-175.
  5. Solomon H. Snyder 1984 Drug and neurotransmitter. Science 224:22-31.
  6. Socrates J. Tzartos 1984 Monoclonal antibodies as probes of the acetylcholine receptor and myasthenia gravis. TIBS 9:63-67.
  7. C. Anthony Altar, SO Robert and J Walter 1985 Brain dopamine and serotonin receptor sites revealed by digital subtraction autoradiography. Science 228:597-600.
  8. Yves Dunant and Maurice Israël 1985 The release of acetylcholine. Scientific American 252(4):58-66.
  9. M. Geffard, AM Marie, and Laure Souan 1985 Immunocytochemical detection of acetylcholine in the rat central nervous system. Science 229:77-79.
  10. R. Adron Harris and Andrea M. Allan 1985 Functional coupling of Y-aminobutyric acid receptors to chloride channels in brain membranes. Science 228:1108-1110.
  11. Marie-Pascale Martres and MB Nicole Sales 1985 Widespread distibution of brain dopamine receptors evidenced with [125I]iodosulpride, a highly selective ligand. Science 228:752-755.
  12. Craig A. Stockmeier and AM Martino 1985 A strong influence of serotonin axons on B-adrenergic receptors in rat brain. Science 230:323-325.

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