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By John Harrop, Avril Solomon, L. Greasby

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2004). These findings were already in conflict with the data by Stringer and Lorenzo 26 Froestl (1999), who state that the reduction of paired-pulse inhibition in the rat hippocampus by gabapentin is independent of GABAB receptor activation. Subsequent experiments by Lanneau et al. (2001), Jensen et al. (2002), Cheng et al. (2004), and Shimizu et al. (2004) led to the conclusion that gabapentin is not an agonist at GABAB receptors. E. , 1987). In fall 1984 it was discovered that the phosphonous acid analogue of GABA, that is, CGP27492 (Fig.

Neurotoxicity Research, 6, 403–414. , et al. (2001). GABAB receptor inhibition causes locomotor stimulation in mice. European Journal of Pharmacology, 433, 101–104. , et al. (2002). The GABAB receptor agonists baclofen and CGP44532 prevent acquisition of alcohol drinking behaviour in alcohol-preferring rats. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 37, 499–503. , et al. (2006). Baclofen-induced suppression of alcohol deprivation effect in Sardinian alcohol-preferring (sP) rats exposed to different alcohol concentrations.

2005). GABAB receptor modulators potentiate baclofen-induced depression of dopamine neuron activity in the rat ventral tegmental area. British Journal of Pharmacology, 144, 926–932. Cheng, J. , Lee, S. , Yang, J. , et al. (2004). Does gabapentin act as an agonist at native GABAB receptors? Journal of Biomedical Science 11(3), 346–355. , et al. (2004). Role of GABAB receptor in alcohol dependence: Reducing effect of baclofen on alcohol intake and alcohol motivational properties in rats and amelioration of alcohol withdrawal syndrome and alcohol craving in human alcoholics.

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