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Sawchenko, P.E. & Swanson, L.W.: Immunohistochemical identification of neurons in the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus that project to the medulla or to the spinal cord in the ratSawchenko-Swanson-1982  
Watts A.G. & Sanchez-Watts G.: Interactions between heterotypic stressors and corticosterone reveal integrative mechanisms for controlling corticotropin-releasing hormone gene expression in the paraventricular nucleusWatts-normal  
Watts-CRH (PEG)  
Watts, A.G. & Sanchez-Watts, G.: Physiological regulation of peptide messenger RNA colocalization in rat hypothalamic paraventricular medial parvicellular neuronsWatts-CRH/AVP  
Watts-NT/pENK (PEG)  
Swanson LW, Sawchenko PE, Rivier J, Vale WW: Organization of ovine corticotropin-releasing factor immunoreactive cells and fibers in the rat brain: an immunohistochemical studySwanson-1983(CRH)  
Lind W.R., Swanson L.W. & Ganten D.: Organization of angiotensin II immunoreactive cells and fibers in the rat central nervous systemSwanson-AII  
Wada, E., Wada, K., Boulter, J., Deneris, E., Heinemann, S., Patrick, J. & Swanson, L.W.: Distribution of alpha2, alpha3, alpha4, and beta2 neuronal nicotinic receptor sununit mRNAs in the central nervous system: a hybridization histochemical study in the ratWada-nAChR  
Mairet-Coello G., Tury A., Esnard-Feve A., Fellmann D., Risold P.Y. & Griffond B. : FAD-linked sulfhydryl oxidase QSOX: topographic, cellular, and subcellular immunolocalization in adult rat central nervous systemCoello-QSOX  
Sawchenko, P.E., Swanson, L.W. & Vale W.W.: Corticotropin-releasing factor: co-expression within distinct subsets of oxytocin-, vasopressin-, and neurotensin-immunoreactive neurons in the hypothalamus of the male ratSawchenko-1984  
Broberger C., De Lecea L., Sutcliffe J.G. & Hokfelt T.: Hypocretin/orexin- and melanin-concentrating hormone-expressing cells form distinct populations in the rodent lateral hypothalamus: relationship to the neuropeptide Y and agouti gene-related protein systemsBroberger-H/O-MCH  
Abrahamson E.E. & Moore R.Y.: The posterior hypothalamic area: chemoarchitecture and afferent connectionsAbrahamson-PH  
Swanson L.W., Simmons, D.M., Whiting, P.J. Lindstrom, J.: Immunohistochemical localization of neuronal nicotinic receptors in the rodent central nervous systemSwanson-nACHR  
Risold P.Y. & Swanson L.W.: Chemoarchitecture of the rat lateral septal nucleusRisold-LS  
Esclapez M., Tillakartne N.J.K., Tobin A.J. & Houser C.R.: Comparative localization of mRNAs encoding two forms of glutamic acid decarboxylase with nonradioactive in situ hybridization methodsEsclapez-GAD65/67  
Villar M.J, Jokfelt T. & Brown J.C.: Somatostatin expression in the cerebellar cortex during postnatal development. An immunohistochemical study in the ratVillar-Somatostatin  
Sato K., Kiyama H. & Tohyama M.: The differential expression patterns of messenger RNAs enconding N-methyl-D-aspartate glutamate receptor subunits (GluR1-4) in the rat brainSato-AMPA  
Jaarsma D., Wenthold R.J. & Mugnaini E.: Glutamate receptor subunits at mossy fiber-unipolar brush cells synapses: light and electron microscopic immunocytochemical study in cerebellar cortex of rat and catJaarma-Glu  
Akazawa C., Shigemoto R., Bessho Y., Nakanishi S. & Mizuno N.: Differential expression of five N-Methyl-D-Aspartate receptor subunit mRNAs in the cerebellum of developing and adult ratsAkazawa-NMDA  
Mansour A., Meador-Woodruff J.H., Zhou Q., Civelli O., Akil H. & Watson S.J.: A comparison of D1 receptor binding and mRNA in rat brain using receptor autoradiographic and in situ hybridization techniquesMansour-D1  
Diaz J., Levesque C. Lammers C.H., Griffon N., Martress M.-P., Schwartz J.-C. & Sokoloff P.: Phenotypical characterization of neurons expressing the dopamine D3 receptor in the rat brainDiaz-D3  
Ojima H., Kawajiri S.-I. & Yamasaki T.: Cholinergic innervation of the rat cerebellum: qualitative and quantitative analyses of ellements immunoreactive to a monoclonal antibody against choline acetyltransferaseOjima-CHAT  
Floris A., Dino M., Jacobowitz D.M. & Mugnaini E.: The unipolar brush cells of the rat cerebellar cortex and cochlear nucleus are calretinin-positive: a study by light and electron microscopic immunocytochemistryFloris-CART