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80 articles co-cited >1



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Glycine transporter type-1 and its inhibitors.
L G Harsing, Z Juranyi, I Gacsalyi, P Tapolcsanyi, A Czompa, P Matyus. Curr Med Chem 2006
54
83


Interactions between glycine transporter type 1 (GlyT-1) and some inhibitor molecules - glycine transporter type 1 and its inhibitors (review).
Laszlo G Harsing, G Zsilla, P Matyus, K M Nagy, B Marko, Zs Gyarmati, J Timar. Acta Physiol Hung 2012
14
83


Glycine transporters are differentially expressed among CNS cells.
F Zafra, C Aragón, L Olivares, N C Danbolt, C Giménez, J Storm-Mathisen. J Neurosci 1995
416
66



Localization of the GLYT1 glycine transporter at glutamatergic synapses in the rat brain.
Beatriz Cubelos, Cecilio Giménez, Francisco Zafra. Cereb Cortex 2005
220
66

Glycine neurotransmitter transporters: an update.
B López-Corcuera, A Geerlings, C Aragón. Mol Membr Biol 2001
66
50

Corelease of two fast neurotransmitters at a central synapse.
P Jonas, J Bischofberger, J Sandkühler. Science 1998
616
50

Pre-synaptic glycine GlyT1 transporter--NMDA receptor interaction: relevance to NMDA autoreceptor activation in the presence of Mg2+ ions.
Veronica Musante, Maria Summa, Rodrigo A Cunha, Maurizio Raiteri, Anna Pittaluga. J Neurochem 2011
44
50

Glycinergic transmission in the Mammalian retina.
Heinz Wässle, Liane Heinze, Elena Ivanova, Sriparna Majumdar, Jan Weiss, Robert J Harvey, Silke Haverkamp. Front Mol Neurosci 2009
70
50


The glycine transporter GlyT1 controls N-methyl-D-aspartic acid receptor coagonist occupancy in the mouse retina.
Brian T Reed, Steven J Sullivan, Guochuan Tsai, Joseph T Coyle, Manuel Esguerra, Robert F Miller. Eur J Neurosci 2009
19
50

Synaptic and extrasynaptic NMDA receptors are gated by different endogenous coagonists.
Thomas Papouin, Laurent Ladépêche, Jérôme Ruel, Silvia Sacchi, Marilyne Labasque, Marwa Hanini, Laurent Groc, Loredano Pollegioni, Jean-Pierre Mothet, Stéphane H R Oliet. Cell 2012
423
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Channel-mediated tonic GABA release from glia.
Soojung Lee, Bo-Eun Yoon, Ken Berglund, Soo-Jin Oh, Hyungju Park, Hee-Sup Shin, George J Augustine, C Justin Lee. Science 2010
320
33


Neuroscience. GABA becomes exciting.
Rüdiger Köhling. Science 2002
27
33



ALX 5407: a potent, selective inhibitor of the hGlyT1 glycine transporter.
B N Atkinson, S C Bell, M De Vivo, L R Kowalski, S M Lechner, V I Ognyanov, C S Tham, C Tsai, J Jia, D Ashton,[...]. Mol Pharmacol 2001
144
33

Glycine transporters: crucial roles of pharmacological interest revealed by gene deletion.
Carmen Aragón, Beatriz López-Corcuera. Trends Pharmacol Sci 2005
89
33

Chloride channels: often enigmatic, rarely predictable.
Charity Duran, Christopher H Thompson, Qinghuan Xiao, H Criss Hartzell. Annu Rev Physiol 2010
216
33

GABA: an excitatory transmitter in early postnatal life.
E Cherubini, J L Gaiarsa, Y Ben-Ari. Trends Neurosci 1991
913
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Lessons from the knocked-out glycine transporters.
J Gomeza, W Armsen, H Betz, V Eulenburg. Handb Exp Pharmacol 2006
19
33



Drug-induced GABA transporter currents enhance GABA release to induce opioid withdrawal behaviors.
Elena E Bagley, Jennifer Hacker, Vladimir I Chefer, Christophe Mallet, Gavan P McNally, Billy C H Chieng, Julie Perroud, Toni S Shippenberg, MacDonald J Christie. Nat Neurosci 2011
39
33


Deletion of the mouse glycine transporter 2 results in a hyperekplexia phenotype and postnatal lethality.
Jesús Gomeza, Koji Ohno, Swen Hülsmann, Wencke Armsen, Volker Eulenburg, Diethelm W Richter, Bodo Laube, Heinrich Betz. Neuron 2003
228
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A Role for GAT-1 in Presynaptic GABA Homeostasis?
Fiorenzo Conti, Marcello Melone, Giorgia Fattorini, Luca Bragina, Silvia Ciappelloni. Front Cell Neurosci 2011
21
33

The glycine transporter GLYT2 is a reliable marker for glycine-immunoreactive neurons.
I Poyatos, J Ponce, C Aragón, C Giménez, F Zafra. Brain Res Mol Brain Res 1997
116
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Neuronal calcium signaling.
M J Berridge. Neuron 1998
33

Synaptosomes still viable after 25 years of superfusion.
L Raiteri, M Raiteri. Neurochem Res 2000
176
33


The vesicular GABA transporter, VGAT, localizes to synaptic vesicles in sets of glycinergic as well as GABAergic neurons.
F A Chaudhry, R J Reimer, E E Bellocchio, N C Danbolt, K K Osen, R H Edwards, J Storm-Mathisen. J Neurosci 1998
431
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Nonvesicular release of neurotransmitter.
D Attwell, B Barbour, M Szatkowski. Neuron 1993
668
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Regional distribution and developmental variation of the glycine transporters GLYT1 and GLYT2 in the rat CNS.
F Zafra, J Gomeza, L Olivares, C Aragón, C Giménez. Eur J Neurosci 1995
227
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2-aminoethoxydiphenyl borate (2-APB) is a reliable blocker of store-operated Ca2+ entry but an inconsistent inhibitor of InsP3-induced Ca2+ release.
Martin D Bootman, Tony J Collins, Lauren Mackenzie, H Llewelyn Roderick, Michael J Berridge, Claire M Peppiatt. FASEB J 2002
567
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Carrier-mediated release of neurotransmitters.
G Levi, M Raiteri. Trends Neurosci 1993
329
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Heterogeneity of glycinergic and gabaergic interneurons in the granule cell layer of mouse cerebellum.
Marija Simat, Franziska Parpan, Jean-Marc Fritschy. J Comp Neurol 2007
98
33

The mitochondrial Na+/Ca2+ exchanger plays a key role in the control of cytosolic Ca2+ oscillations.
Esther Hernández-SanMiguel, Laura Vay, Jaime Santo-Domingo, Carmen D Lobatón, Alfredo Moreno, Mayte Montero, Javier Alvarez. Cell Calcium 2006
51
33

The stressed synapse: the impact of stress and glucocorticoids on glutamate transmission.
Maurizio Popoli, Zhen Yan, Bruce S McEwen, Gerard Sanacora. Nat Rev Neurosci 2011
734
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Block of TRPC5 channels by 2-aminoethoxydiphenyl borate: a differential, extracellular and voltage-dependent effect.
Shang-Zhong Xu, Fanning Zeng, Guylain Boulay, Christian Grimm, Christian Harteneck, David J Beech. Br J Pharmacol 2005
183
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Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.