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List of co-cited articles
627 articles co-cited >1



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A retinohypothalamic projection in the rat.
R Y Moore, N J Lenn. J Comp Neurol 1972
18

Excitatory actions of GABA in developing rat hypothalamic neurones.
G Chen, P Q Trombley, A N van den Pol. J Physiol 1996
233
16




Resetting the biological clock: mediation of nocturnal circadian shifts by glutamate and NO.
J M Ding, D Chen, E T Weber, L E Faiman, M A Rea, M U Gillette. Science 1994
458
15





Neuropeptide Y phase shifts the circadian clock in vitro via a Y2 receptor.
D A Golombek, S M Biello, R A Rendon, M E Harrington. Neuroreport 1996
73
13




A receptor subtype involved in neuropeptide-Y-induced food intake.
C Gerald, M W Walker, L Criscione, E L Gustafson, C Batzl-Hartmann, K E Smith, P Vaysse, M M Durkin, T M Laz, D L Linemeyer,[...]. Nature 1996
764
13

GABA: a dominant neurotransmitter in the hypothalamus.
C Decavel, A N Van den Pol. J Comp Neurol 1990
456
13


Neural regulation of circadian rhythms.
B Rusak, I Zucker. Physiol Rev 1979
13

Neuropeptide Y immunoreactivity in the hamster geniculo-suprachiasmatic tract.
M E Harrington, D M Nance, B Rusak. Brain Res Bull 1985
219
13


The anatomy of neuropeptide-Y-containing neurons in rat brain.
B M Chronwall, D A DiMaggio, V J Massari, V M Pickel, D A Ruggiero, T L O'Donohue. Neuroscience 1985
11


Neuropeptide Y and behaviorally induced phase shifts.
S M Biello, D Janik, N Mrosovsky. Neuroscience 1994
163
11

Neuropeptide Y phase shifts circadian rhythms in vivo via a Y2 receptor.
K L Huhman, C F Gillespie, C L Marvel, H E Albers. Neuroreport 1996
59
11

Effects of neuropeptide Y on the electrical properties of neurons.
W F Colmers, D Bleakman. Trends Neurosci 1994
219
11


Mechanism of presynaptic inhibition by neuropeptide Y at sympathetic nerve terminals.
P T Toth, V P Bindokas, D Bleakman, W F Colmers, R J Miller. Nature 1993
137
11



Cloning and expression of a novel neuropeptide Y receptor.
D H Weinberg, D J Sirinathsinghji, C P Tan, L L Shiao, N Morin, M R Rigby, R H Heavens, D R Rapoport, M L Bayne, M A Cascieri,[...]. J Biol Chem 1996
234
11

Glutamate neurons in hypothalamus regulate excitatory transmission.
A N van den Pol, P Q Trombley. J Neurosci 1993
142
11

GABA: an excitatory transmitter in early postnatal life.
E Cherubini, J L Gaiarsa, Y Ben-Ari. Trends Neurosci 1991
918
11


Giant synaptic potentials in immature rat CA3 hippocampal neurones.
Y Ben-Ari, E Cherubini, R Corradetti, J L Gaiarsa. J Physiol 1989
11


Calcium excitability and oscillations in suprachiasmatic nucleus neurons and glia in vitro.
A N van den Pol, S M Finkbeiner, A H Cornell-Bell. J Neurosci 1992
215
11






Circadian phase shifts to neuropeptide Y In vitro: cellular communication and signal transduction.
S M Biello, D A Golombek, K M Schak, M E Harrington. J Neurosci 1997
64
9

Cloned human neuropeptide Y receptor couples to two different second messenger systems.
H Herzog, Y J Hort, H J Ball, G Hayes, J Shine, L A Selbie. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1992
407
9

The first highly potent and selective non-peptide neuropeptide Y Y1 receptor antagonist: BIBP3226.
K Rudolf, W Eberlein, W Engel, H A Wieland, K D Willim, M Entzeroth, W Wienen, A G Beck-Sickinger, H N Doods. Eur J Pharmacol 1994
324
9

Involvement of GABAA receptors in the outgrowth of cultured hippocampal neurons.
G Barbin, H Pollard, J L Ga├»arsa, Y Ben-Ari. Neurosci Lett 1993
213
9

GABA neurons in the rat suprachiasmatic nucleus: involvement in chemospecific synaptic circuitry and evidence for GAD-peptide colocalization.
A M Francois-Bellan, P Kachidian, G Dusticier, M C Tonon, H Vaudry, O Bosler. J Neurocytol 1990
49
10

Glutamate, the dominant excitatory transmitter in neuroendocrine regulation.
A N van den Pol, J P Wuarin, F E Dudek. Science 1990
495
9


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.