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10-Aug-2006Olanzapine differentially affects 5-HT2A (and 2C) receptor mRNA expression in the rat brainHuang, XF; Han, M; Huang, X; Zavitsanou, K; Deng, C
1-May-2007Opposing short- and long-term effects on muscarinic M1/4 receptor binding following chronic phencyclidine treatmentNewell, KA; Zavitsanou, K; Huang, XF
1-Jul-2011Paranoid schizophrenia is characterized by increased cannabinoid CB1 receptor binding in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex.Dalton, VS; Long, LE; Weickert, C S; Zavitsanou, K
10-May-2014Prenatal poly I:C age-dependently alters cannabinoid type 1 receptors in offspring: a longitudinal small animal PET study using [18F]MK-9470Verdurand, M; Dalton, VS; Nguyen, VH; Gregoire, MC; Zahara, D; Wyatt, NA; Burgess, L; Greguric, I; Zavitsanou, K
Mar-2007Radiopharmacy and radiopharmaceuticals: 2007 updateZavitsanou, K; Nguyen, VH; Salvadori, PA; Salvadori, P; Smith, SV
31-Aug-2011Rapid changes in D1 and D2 dopamine receptor binding in striatal subregions after a single dose of phencyclidineDalton, VS; Zavitsanou, K
Oct-2008Rapid cortico-limbic alterations in AMPA receptor densities after administration of PCP: implications for schizophreniaZavitsanou, K; Nguyen, VH; Newell, K; Ballantyne, P; Huang, XF
Jul-2010Receptor changes in brain tissue of rats treated as neonates with capsaicinZavitsanou, K; Dalton, VS; Wang, HQ; Newson, P; Chahl, LA
1-Aug-2007Short and long term changes in NMDA receptor binding in mouse brain following chronic phencyclidine treatmentNewell, KA; Zavitsanou, K; Huang, XF
7-Jun-2012Synergistic Effect between Maternal Infection and Adolescent Cannabinoid Exposure on Serotonin 5HT1A Receptor Binding in the Hippocampus: Testing the “Two Hit” Hypothesis for the Development of SchizophreniaDalton, VS; Verdurand, M; Walker, A; Hodgson, DM; Zavitsanou, K
23-Oct-2014Testicular translocator protein expression is differentially altered by synthetic cannabinoid HU210 in adult and adolescent RatsChan, R; Kam, WWY; Liu, GJ; Zavitsanou, K; Banati, RB