A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

K Kawasaki, M Eigyo, M Ikeda, T Kihara, K Koike, A Matsushita, S Murata, T Shiomi, S Takada, M Yasui. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry 1996
Times Cited: 27







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



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Benzodiazepine impairs and beta-carboline enhances performance in learning and memory tasks.
P Venault, G Chapouthier, L P de Carvalho, J Simiand, M Morre, R H Dodd, J Rossier. Nature 1986
475
37

Benzodiazepine actions mediated by specific gamma-aminobutyric acid(A) receptor subtypes.
U Rudolph, F Crestani, D Benke, I Brünig, J A Benson, J M Fritschy, J R Martin, H Bluethmann, H Möhler. Nature 1999
900
29


An inverse agonist selective for alpha5 subunit-containing GABAA receptors enhances cognition.
G R Dawson, K A Maubach, N Collinson, M Cobain, B J Everitt, A M MacLeod, H I Choudhury, L M McDonald, G Pillai, W Rycroft,[...]. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 2006
190
25

Bidirectional effects of beta-carbolines and benzodiazepines on cognitive processes.
L H Jensen, D N Stephens, M Sarter, E N Petersen. Brain Res Bull 1987
96
25

Which GABAA-receptor subtypes really occur in the brain?
R M McKernan, P J Whiting. Trends Neurosci 1996
996
22

Interaction of convulsive ligands with benzodiazepine receptors.
C Braestrup, R Schmiechen, G Neef, M Nielsen, E N Petersen. Science 1982
532
22

[3H]L-655,708, a novel ligand selective for the benzodiazepine site of GABAA receptors which contain the alpha 5 subunit.
K Quirk, P Blurton, S Fletcher, P Leeson, F Tang, D Mellilo, C I Ragan, R M McKernan. Neuropharmacology 1996
153
22


Sedative but not anxiolytic properties of benzodiazepines are mediated by the GABA(A) receptor alpha1 subtype.
R M McKernan, T W Rosahl, D S Reynolds, C Sur, K A Wafford, J R Atack, S Farrar, J Myers, G Cook, P Ferris,[...]. Nat Neurosci 2000
711
22

Molecular and neuronal substrate for the selective attenuation of anxiety.
K Löw, F Crestani, R Keist, D Benke, I Brünig, J A Benson, J M Fritschy, T Rülicke, H Bluethmann, H Möhler,[...]. Science 2000
711
22

Trace fear conditioning involves hippocampal alpha5 GABA(A) receptors.
F Crestani, R Keist, J-M Fritschy, D Benke, K Vogt, L Prut, H Blüthmann, H Möhler, U Rudolph. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2002
423
22




Identification of a novel, selective GABA(A) alpha5 receptor inverse agonist which enhances cognition.
Mark S Chambers, John R Atack, Howard B Broughton, Neil Collinson, Susan Cook, Gerard R Dawson, Sarah C Hobbs, George Marshall, Karen A Maubach, Goplan V Pillai,[...]. J Med Chem 2003
115
18


Selective, orally active gamma-aminobutyric acidA alpha5 receptor inverse agonists as cognition enhancers.
Francine Sternfeld, Robert W Carling, Richard A Jelley, Tamara Ladduwahetty, Kevin J Merchant, Kevin W Moore, Austin J Reeve, Leslie J Street, Desmond O'Connor, Bindi Sohal,[...]. J Med Chem 2004
79
18

L-655,708 enhances cognition in rats but is not proconvulsant at a dose selective for alpha5-containing GABAA receptors.
John R Atack, Peter J Bayley, Guy R Seabrook, Keith A Wafford, Ruth M McKernan, Gerard R Dawson. Neuropharmacology 2006
139
18

MDL 26,479: a potential cognition enhancer with benzodiazepine inverse agonist-like properties.
J A Miller, M W Dudley, J H Kehne, S M Sorensen, J M Kane. Br J Pharmacol 1992
15
26


Pharmacokinetics of MDL 26479, a novel benzodiazepine inverse agonist, in normal volunteers.
D K Robbins, S J Hutcheson, T D Miller, V I Green, V O Bhargava, S J Weir. Biopharm Drug Dispos 1997
8
50



Treatment strategies for senile dementia: antagonist beta-carbolines.
M Sarter, H H Schneider, D N Stephens. Trends Neurosci 1988
92
14



GABA(A) receptors: immunocytochemical distribution of 13 subunits in the adult rat brain.
S Pirker, C Schwarzer, A Wieselthaler, W Sieghart, G Sperk. Neuroscience 2000
14



GABA(A) receptor subtypes: dissecting their pharmacological functions.
U Rudolph, F Crestani, H Möhler. Trends Pharmacol Sci 2001
339
14

GABA(A) receptor subtype selective cognition enhancers.
Karen Maubach. Curr Drug Targets CNS Neurol Disord 2003
63
14


GABA(A) receptor diversity and pharmacology.
H Möhler. Cell Tissue Res 2006
241
14

RO4938581, a novel cognitive enhancer acting at GABAA alpha5 subunit-containing receptors.
Theresa M Ballard, Frédéric Knoflach, Eric Prinssen, Edilio Borroni, Jeffrey A Vivian, Jennifer Basile, Rodolfo Gasser, Jean-Luc Moreau, Joseph G Wettstein, Bernd Buettelmann,[...]. Psychopharmacology (Berl) 2009
128
14




(S)-3-methyl-5-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)isoxazole (ABT 418): a novel cholinergic ligand with cognition-enhancing and anxiolytic activities: II. In vivo characterization.
M W Decker, J D Brioni, J P Sullivan, M J Buckley, R J Radek, J L Raszkiewicz, C H Kang, D J Kim, W J Giardina, J T Wasicak. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1994
114
11

The cholinergic deficit in Alzheimer's disease.
P J Whitehouse. J Clin Psychiatry 1998
50
11


Immunohistochemical study of GABA(A) receptor beta2/3 subunits in the hippocampal formation of aged brains with Alzheimer-related neuropathologic changes.
K Mizukami, M D Ikonomovic, D R Grayson, R T Rubin, D Warde, R Sheffield, R L Hamilton, P Davies, D M Armstrong. Exp Neurol 1997
38
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[3H]RY 80: A high-affinity, selective ligand for gamma-aminobutyric acidA receptors containing alpha-5 subunits.
P Skolnick, R J Hu, C M Cook, S D Hurt, J D Trometer, R Liu, Q Huang, J M Cook. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1997
47
11



Ligands for benzodiazepine receptors with positive and negative efficacy.
C Braestrup, T Honoré, M Nielsen, E N Petersen, L H Jensen. Biochem Pharmacol 1984
167
11

The benzodiazepine receptor antagonist flumazenil increases acetylcholine release in rat hippocampus.
A Imperato, L Dazzi, M C Obinu, G L Gessa, G Biggio. Brain Res 1994
40
11

Decreased GABAA-receptor clustering results in enhanced anxiety and a bias for threat cues.
F Crestani, M Lorez, K Baer, C Essrich, D Benke, J P Laurent, C Belzung, J M Fritschy, B Lüscher, H Mohler. Nat Neurosci 1999
379
11


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.