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M Chebib, R J Vandenberg, W Froestl, G A Johnston. Eur J Pharmacol 1997
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Design and in vitro pharmacology of a selective gamma-aminobutyric acidC receptor antagonist.
D Ragozzino, R M Woodward, Y Murata, F Eusebi, L E Overman, R Miledi. Mol Pharmacol 1996
138
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Phosphinic acid analogues of GABA. 1. New potent and selective GABAB agonists.
W Froestl, S J Mickel, R G Hall, G von Sprecher, D Strub, P A Baumann, F Brugger, C Gentsch, J Jaekel, H R Olpe. J Med Chem 1995
135
41


Phosphinic acid analogues of GABA. 2. Selective, orally active GABAB antagonists.
W Froestl, S J Mickel, G von Sprecher, P J Diel, R G Hall, L Maier, D Strub, V Melillo, P A Baumann, R Bernasconi. J Med Chem 1995
138
38


Cloning of the gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) rho 1 cDNA: a GABA receptor subunit highly expressed in the retina.
G R Cutting, L Lu, B F O'Hara, L M Kasch, C Montrose-Rafizadeh, D M Donovan, S Shimada, S E Antonarakis, W B Guggino, G R Uhl. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1991
436
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Pharmacology of GABA rho 1 and GABA alpha/beta receptors expressed in Xenopus oocytes and COS cells.
T Kusama, C E Spivak, P Whiting, V L Dawson, J C Schaeffer, G R Uhl. Br J Pharmacol 1993
143
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Study of a GABAC receptor antagonist on sleep-waking behavior in rats.
C Arnaud, P Gauthier, C Gottesmann. Psychopharmacology (Berl) 2001
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Expression of GABA receptor rho subunits in rat brain.
E Boue-Grabot, M Roudbaraki, L Bascles, G Tramu, B Bloch, M Garret. J Neurochem 1998
121
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Cis- and trans-4-aminocrotonic acid as GABA analogues of restricted conformation.
G A Johnston, D R Curtis, P M Beart, C J Game, R M McCulloch, B Twitchin. J Neurochem 1975
151
27

GABA rho 2 receptor pharmacological profile: GABA recognition site similarities to rho 1.
T Kusama, T L Wang, W B Guggino, G R Cutting, G R Uhl. Eur J Pharmacol 1993
81
27


The 'ABC' of GABA receptors.
J Bormann. Trends Pharmacol Sci 2000
427
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GABAC receptors.
J Bormann, A Feigenspan. Trends Neurosci 1995
239
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Phosphinic, phosphonic and seleninic acid bioisosteres of isonipecotic acid as novel and selective GABA(C) receptor antagonists.
Dorte Krehan, Bente Frølund, Povl Krogsgaard-Larsen, Jan Kehler, Graham A R Johnston, Mary Chebib. Neurochem Int 2003
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Novel, potent, and selective GABAC antagonists inhibit myopia development and facilitate learning and memory.
Mary Chebib, Tina Hinton, Katrina L Schmid, Darren Brinkworth, Haohua Qian, Susana Matos, Hye-Lim Kim, Heba Abdel-Halim, Rohan J Kumar, Graham A R Johnston,[...]. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 2009
58
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SGS742: the first GABA(B) receptor antagonist in clinical trials.
Wolfgang Froestl, Michela Gallagher, Helen Jenkins, Annette Madrid, Thorsten Melcher, Sam Teichman, Cesare G Mondadori, Rodney Pearlman. Biochem Pharmacol 2004
132
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GABAB receptors.
D I Kerr, J Ong. Pharmacol Ther 1995
195
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GABAA receptor pharmacology.
G A Johnston. Pharmacol Ther 1996
228
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Expression cloning of GABA(B) receptors uncovers similarity to metabotropic glutamate receptors.
K Kaupmann, K Huggel, J Heid, P J Flor, S Bischoff, S J Mickel, G McMaster, C Angst, H Bittiger, W Froestl,[...]. Nature 1997
785
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Expression of GABA receptor rho 1 and rho 2 subunits in the retina and brain of the rat.
R Enz, J H Brandstätter, E Hartveit, H Wässle, J Bormann. Eur J Neurosci 1995
149
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Molecular composition of GABAC receptors.
R Enz, G R Cutting. Vision Res 1998
97
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Molecular and electrophysiological evidence for a GABAc receptor in thyrotropin-secreting cells.
E Boue-Grabot, A Taupignon, G Tramu, M Garret. Endocrinology 2000
44
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The effects of cyclopentane and cyclopentene analogues of GABA at recombinant GABA(C) receptors.
M Chebib, R K Duke, R D Allan, G A Johnston. Eur J Pharmacol 2001
20
35


GABA(C) receptors as drug targets.
Graham A R Johnston, Mary Chebib, Jane R Hanrahan, Kenneth N Mewett. Curr Drug Targets CNS Neurol Disord 2003
49
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A molecular basis for agonist and antagonist actions at GABA(C) receptors.
Heba Abdel-Halim, Jane R Hanrahan, David E Hibbs, Graham A R Johnston, Mary Chebib. Chem Biol Drug Des 2008
30
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The 'ABC' of GABA receptors: a brief review.
M Chebib, G A Johnston. Clin Exp Pharmacol Physiol 1999
252
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Structure and function of GABA(C) receptors: a comparison of native versus recombinant receptors.
D Zhang, Z H Pan, M Awobuluyi, S A Lipton. Trends Pharmacol Sci 2001
106
16

Aza-THIP and related analogues of THIP as GABA C antagonists.
Dorte Krehan, Bente Frølund, Bjarke Ebert, Birgitte Nielsen, Povl Krogsgaard-Larsen, Graham A R Johnston, Mary Chebib. Bioorg Med Chem 2003
21
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GABA, experimental myopia, and ocular growth in chick.
Richard A Stone, Ji Liu, Reiko Sugimoto, Cheryl Capehart, Xiaosong Zhu, Klara Pendrak. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 2003
71
16


Diastereoselective synthesis of (+/-)-(3-aminocyclopentane)alkylphosphinic acids, conformationally restricted analogues of GABA.
Jane R Hanrahan, Kenneth N Mewett, Mary Chebib, Susana Matos, Con T Eliopoulos, Colm Crean, Rohan J Kumar, Peter Burden, Graham A R Johnston. Org Biomol Chem 2006
10
60

Heterodimerization is required for the formation of a functional GABA(B) receptor.
J H White, A Wise, M J Main, A Green, N J Fraser, G H Disney, A A Barnes, P Emson, S M Foord, F H Marshall. Nature 1998
913
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GABA(B) receptors function as a heteromeric assembly of the subunits GABA(B)R1 and GABA(B)R2.
K A Jones, B Borowsky, J A Tamm, D A Craig, M M Durkin, M Dai, W J Yao, M Johnson, C Gunwaldsen, L Y Huang,[...]. Nature 1998
828
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GABA(B)-receptor subtypes assemble into functional heteromeric complexes.
K Kaupmann, B Malitschek, V Schuler, J Heid, W Froestl, P Beck, J Mosbacher, S Bischoff, A Kulik, R Shigemoto,[...]. Nature 1998
912
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