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2020Lorcaserin bidirectionally regulates dopaminergic function site-dependently and disrupts dopamine brain area correlations in ratsDe Deurwaerdère, Philippe; Ramos, Marta; Bharatiya, Rahul; Puginier, Emilie; Chagraoui, Abdeslam; Manem, Julien; Cuboni, Eleonora; Pierucci, Massimo; Deidda, Gabriele; Casarrubea, Maurizio; Di Giovanni, Giuseppe
2020Constitutive activity of 5-HT receptors : factual analysisDe Deurwaerdère, Philippe; Bharatiya, Rahul; Chagraoui, Abdeslam; Di Giovanni, Giuseppe
2020Serotonin in health and diseaseDe Deurwaerdère, Philippe; Di Giovanni, Giuseppe
2020Serotonin in animal cognition and behaviorBacqué-Cazenave, Julien; Bharatiya, Rahul; Barrière, Grégory; Delbecque, Jean-Paul; Bouguiyoud, Nouhaila; Di Giovanni, Giuseppe; Cattaert, Daniel; De Deurwaerdère, Philippe
1999-06Selective blockade of serotonin-2C/2B receptors enhances mesolimbic and mesostriatal dopaminergic function : a combined in vivo electrophysiological and microdialysis studyDi Giovanni, Giuseppe; De Deurwaerdère, Philippe; Di Mascio, Michele; Di Matteo, Vincenzo; Esposito, Ennio; Spampinato, U.
2019-03Neurochemical impact of the 5-HT2C receptor agonist WAY-163909 on monoamine tissue content in the rat brainChagraoui, Abdeslam; Whitestone, Sara; Baassiri, Lynn; Manem, Julien; Di Giovanni, Giuseppe; De Deurwaerdère, Philippe
2019-08Reciprocal interaction between monoaminergic systems and the pedunculopontine nucleus : implication in the mechanism of L-DOPADi Giovanni, Giuseppe; Chagraoui, Abdeslam; Puginier, Emilie; Galati, Salvatore; De Deurwaerdère, Philippe
2020Serotonergic control of excitability : from neuron to networksDi Giovanni, Giuseppe; Chagraoui, Abdeslam; Bharatiya, Rahul; De Deurwaerdère, Philippe
2018Role of Serotonin2A (5-HT2A) receptors in epilepsyCrunelli, Vincenzo; Venzi, Marcello; De Deurwaerdère, Philippe; Di Giovanni, Giuseppe
2016Monoaminergic mechanisms in epilepsy may offer innovative therapeutic opportunity for monoaminergic multi-target drugsSvob Strac, Dubravka; Pivac, Nela; Smolders, Ilse J.; Fogel, Wieslawa A.; De Deurwaerdère, Philippe; Di Giovanni, Giuseppe