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Pertti Panula Wikidata

Panula, Pertti, 1952- Library of Congress/NACO NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library ISNI

Panula, Pertti Sudoc [ABES], France

VIAF ID: 236219195 (Personal)


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Abnormal differentiation of dopaminergic neurons in zebrafish trpm7 mutant larvae impairs development of the motor pattern. Wikidata
The Akt/GSK-3beta axis as a new signaling pathway of the histamine H(3) receptor. Wikidata
Altered Electroencephalographic Activity Associated with Changes in the Sleep-Wakefulness Cycle of C57BL/6J Mice in Response to a Photoperiod Shortening Wikidata
Altered histamine H3 receptor radioligand binding in post-mortem brain samples from subjects with psychiatric diseases. Wikidata
Artificial selection on relative brain size reveals a positive genetic correlation between brain size and proactive personality in the guppy. Wikidata
Behavioral and stereological characterization of Hdc KO mice: Relation to Tourette syndrome. Wikidata
BODIPY-cholesterol: a new tool to visualize sterol trafficking in living cells and organisms. Wikidata
Brain histamine in the regulation of mammalian hibernation Sudoc [ABES], France Wikidata
The comparative neuroanatomy and neurochemistry of zebrafish CNS systems of relevance to human neuropsychiatric diseases. Wikidata
Complementary developmental expression of the two tyrosine hydroxylase transcripts in zebrafish. Wikidata
DARPP-32 and Akt regulation in ethanol-preferring AA and ethanol-avoiding ANA rats. Wikidata
Developmental roles of brain histamine. Wikidata
Different Hypothalamic Nicotinic α7 Receptor Expression and Response to Low Nicotine Dose in Alcohol-Preferring and Alcohol-Avoiding Rats. Wikidata
Discovery of naturally occurring splice variants of the rat histamine H3 receptor that act as dominant-negative isoforms. Wikidata
Distinct structure and activity of monoamine oxidase in the brain of zebrafish (Danio rerio). Wikidata
Distribution and modulation of histamine H(3) receptors in basal ganglia and frontal cortex of healthy controls and patients with Parkinson's disease. Wikidata
Dopamine from the brain promotes spinal motor neuron generation during development and adult regeneration. Wikidata
Dopaminergic cell damage and vulnerability to MPTP in Pink1 knockdown zebrafish. Wikidata
Effect of Ionic Liquids on Zebrafish (Danio rerio) Viability, Behavior, and Histology; Correlation between Toxicity and Ionic Liquid Aggregation. Wikidata
Effects of histamine H3 receptor ligands on the rewarding, stimulant and motor-impairing effects of ethanol in DBA/2J mice. Wikidata
EuFishBioMed (COST Action BM0804): a European network to promote the use of small fishes in biomedical research. Wikidata
Expression and function of alpha-adrenoceptors in zebrafish: drug effects, mRNA and receptor distributions. Wikidata
Expression change in Angiopoietin-1 underlies change in relative brain size in fish Wikidata
Expression of histamine receptor genes Hrh3 and Hrh4 in rat brain endothelial cells. Wikidata
Functional analysis of the ADHD-susceptibility gene lphn3.1 in zebrafish Sudoc [ABES], France
Galanin gene expression and effects of its knock-down on the development of the nervous system in larval zebrafish. Wikidata
High mobility group box-1 (HMGB1; amphoterin) is required for zebrafish brain development. Wikidata
Histamine 1 receptor knock out mice show age-dependent susceptibility to status epilepticus and consequent neuronal damage. Wikidata
Histamine and H3 receptor-dependent mechanisms regulate ethanol stimulation and conditioned place preference in mice. Wikidata
Histamine H(1) and H(3) receptors in the rat thalamus and their modulation after systemic kainic acid administration. Wikidata
Histamine h3 receptor: a novel therapeutic target in alcohol dependence? Wikidata
Histamine H3 receptor antagonist decreases cue-induced alcohol reinstatement in mice. Wikidata
Histamine H3 receptor antagonist JNJ-39220675 modulates locomotor responses but not place conditioning by dopaminergic drugs. Wikidata
Histamine H3 Receptor Regulates Sensorimotor Gating and Dopaminergic Signaling in the Striatum. Wikidata
Histamine-immunoreactive neurons in the mouse and rat suprachiasmatic nucleus. Wikidata
Histamine is required for H₃ receptor-mediated alcohol reward inhibition, but not for alcohol consumption or stimulation Wikidata
Histamine release in the basal forebrain mediates cortical activation through cholinergic neurons. Wikidata
The histaminergic network in the brain: basic organization and role in disease. Wikidata
Histaminergic neurons protect the developing hippocampus from kainic acid-induced neuronal damage in an organotypic coculture system. Wikidata
Human kisspeptins activate neuropeptide FF2 receptor. Wikidata
Hyperserotonergic phenotype after monoamine oxidase inhibition in larval zebrafish. Wikidata
Hypocretin/orexin in fish physiology with emphasis on zebrafish. Wikidata
Identification of proSAAS homologs in lower vertebrates: conservation of hydrophobic helices and convertase-inhibiting sequences. Wikidata
Identification of transcriptional regulators of neuropeptide FF gene expression. Wikidata
Identification of zebrafish histamine H1, H2 and H3 receptors and effects of histaminergic ligands on behavior. Wikidata
Interaction between hypothalamic dorsomedial nucleus and the suprachiasmatic nucleus determines intensity of food anticipatory behavior. Wikidata
Involvement of histamine 1 receptor in seizure susceptibility and neuroprotection in immature mice. Wikidata
The laminar histamine receptor system in human prefrontal cortex suggests multiple levels of histaminergic regulation. Wikidata
Modulation of the histaminergic system and behaviour by alpha-fluoromethylhistidine in zebrafish. Wikidata
Modulatory neurotransmitter systems and behavior: towards zebrafish models of neurodegenerative diseases. Wikidata
MPTP and MPP+ target specific aminergic cell populations in larval zebrafish. Wikidata
Neph3 associates with regulation of glomerular and neural development in zebrafish. Wikidata
Neurohistochemistry modern methods and applications Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library
A Novel Developmental Role for Dopaminergic Signaling to Specify Hypothalamic Neurotransmitter Identity. Wikidata
The orexin/hypocretin system in zebrafish is connected to the aminergic and cholinergic systems. Wikidata
Periodic properties of the histaminergic system of the mouse brain. Wikidata
Presenilin1 regulates histamine neuron development and behavior in zebrafish, danio rerio. Wikidata
Prolactin-releasing peptide affects pain, allodynia and autonomic reflexes through medullary mechanisms. Wikidata
A randomized clinical trial of histamine 2 receptor antagonism in treatment-resistant schizophrenia Wikidata
RFamide-related peptides signal through the neuropeptide FF receptor and regulate pain-related responses in the rat. Wikidata
Role of histamine H1-receptor on behavioral states and wake maintenance during deficiency of a brain activating system: A study using a knockout mouse model. Wikidata
Sept7b is essential for pronephric function and development of left-right asymmetry in zebrafish embryogenesis Wikidata
Storage of neural histamine and histaminergic neurotransmission is VMAT2 dependent in the zebrafish. Wikidata
Tankyrases regulate glucoregulatory mechanisms and somatic growth via the central melanocortin system in zebrafish larvae. Wikidata
Transient changes in the limbic histaminergic system after systemic kainic acid-induced seizures. Wikidata
The tyrosine hydroxylase 2 (TH2) system in zebrafish brain and stress activation of hypothalamic cells. Wikidata
Zebrafish: gaining popularity in lipid research. Wikidata
A zebrafish model of PINK1 deficiency reveals key pathway dysfunction including HIF signaling. Wikidata

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