Martin Reddington
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8-Cyclopentyl-1,3-dipropylxanthine (DPCPX) — a selective high affinity antagonist radioligand for A1 adenosine receptors
MJ Lohse, KN Klotz, J Lindenborn-Fotinos, M Reddington, U Schwabe, ...
Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology 336, 204-210, 1987
Subcellular localization of 5′‐nucleotidase in rat brain
D Heymann, M Reddington, GW Kreutzberg
Journal of Neurochemistry 43 (4), 971-978, 1984
Both A1 and A2a Purine Receptors Regulate Striatal Acetylcholine Release
SJ Brown, S James, M Reddington, PJ Richardson
Journal of neurochemistry 55 (1), 31-38, 1990
An A1-adenosine receptor, characterized by [3H] cyclohexyladenosine binding, mediates the depression of evoked potentials in a rat hippocampal slice preparation
M Reddington, KS Lee, P Schubert
Neuroscience letters 28 (3), 275-279, 1982
The cellular localization of adenosine receptors in rat neostriatum
SP Alexander, M Reddington
Neuroscience 28 (3), 645-651, 1989
Calcitonin gene‐related peptide and ATP induce immediate early gene expression in cultured rat microglial cells
J Priller, CA Haas, M Reddington, GW Kreutzberg
Glia 15 (4), 447-457, 1995
Regulation of the strength of adenosine modulation in the hippocampus by a differential distribution of the density of A1 receptors
KS Lee, M Reddington, P Schubert, G Kreutzberg
Brain research 260 (1), 156-159, 1983
Autoradiographic evidence for multiple CNS binding sites for adenosine derivatives
KS Lee, M Reddington
Neuroscience 19 (2), 535-549, 1986
1, 3-Dipropyl-8-cyclopentylxanthine (DPCPX) inhibition of [3H] N-ethylcar☐ amidoadenosine (NECA) binding allows the visualization of putative non-A1 adenosine receptors
KS Lee, M Reddington
Brain research 368 (2), 394-398, 1986
The distribution of adenosine A1 receptors and 5′‐nucleotidase in the hippocampal formation of several mammalian species
KS Lee, P Schubert, M Reddington, GW Kreutzberg
Journal of Comparative Neurology 246 (4), 427-434, 1986
Astrocytes and microglia as potential targets for calcitonin gene related peptide in the central nervous system
M Reddington, J Priller, J Treichel, C Haas, GW Kreutzberg
Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology 73 (7), 1047-1049, 1995
Calcitonin gene‐related peptide and peripheral nerve regeneration
FL Dumoulin, G Raivich, CA Haas, P Lazar, M Reddington, WJ Streit, ...
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 657 (1), 351-360, 1992
The action of calcitonin gene-related peptide on astrocyte morphology and cyclic AMP accumulation in astrocyte cultures from neonatal rat brain
P Lazar, M Reddington, W Streit, G Raivich
Neuroscience letters 130 (1), 99-102, 1991
Calcitonin gene‐related peptide stimulates the induction of c‐fos gene expression in rat astrocyte cultures
CA Haas, M Reddington, GW Kreutzberg
European Journal of Neuroscience 3 (7), 708-712, 1991
Induction of urokinase‐type plasminogen activator in rat facial nucleus by axotomy of the facial nerve
K Nakajima, M Reddington, S Kohsaka, GW Kreutzberg
Journal of neurochemistry 66 (6), 2500-2505, 1996
5′-Nucleotidase in the nervous system
GW Kreutzberg, D Heymann, M Reddington
Cellular Biology of Ectoenzymes: Proceedings of the International Erwin …, 1986
Adenosine receptor density and the depression of evoked neuronal activity in the rat hippocampus in vitro
KS Lee, P Schubert, M Reddington, GW Kreutzberg
Neuroscience letters 37 (1), 81-85, 1983
Light and electron microscopical immunocytochemistry of 5′-nucleotidase in rat cerebellum
SW Schoen, MB Graeber, M Reddington, GW Kreutzberg
Histochemistry 87, 107-113, 1987
Parallel investigations of the effects of adenosine on evoked potentials and cyclic AMP accumulation in hippocampus slices of the rat
M Reddington, P Schubert
Neuroscience Letters 14 (1), 37-42, 1979
On the possible role of adenosine as a modulatory messenger in the hippocampus and other regions of the CNS
P Schubert, M Reddington, GW Kreutzberg
Progress in Brain Research 51, 149-165, 1979
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