Michael A. Simmonds

School of Pharmacy, University of London, London, England, United Kingdom 
"Michael Simmonds"
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Prince RJ, Simmonds MA. (1993) Differential antagonism by epipregnanolone of alphaxalone and pregnanolone potentiation of [3H]flunitrazepam binding suggests more than one class of binding site for steroids at GABAA receptors. Neuropharmacology. 32: 59-63
Prince RJ, Simmonds MA. (1992) Propofol potentiates the binding of [3H]flunitrazepam to the GABAA receptor complex. Brain Research. 596: 238-42
Prince RJ, Simmonds MA. (1992) Temperature and anion dependence of allosteric interactions at the gamma-aminobutyric acid-benzodiazepine receptor. Biochemical Pharmacology. 44: 1297-302
Prince RJ, Simmonds MA. (1992) Steroid modulation of the strychnine-sensitive glycine receptor. Neuropharmacology. 31: 201-5
Prince RJ, Simmonds MA. (1992) 5 beta-pregnan-3 beta-ol-20-one, a specific antagonist at the neurosteroid site of the GABAA receptor-complex. Neuroscience Letters. 135: 273-5
Simmonds MA, Blagbrough IS, Bycroft BW, et al. (1990) Mono-acylated spermines: Antagonists of glutamate receptors Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, Supplement. 42: 169P
Horne AL, Harrison NL, Turner JP, et al. (1986) Spontaneous paroxysmal activity induced by zero magnesium and bicuculline: suppression by NMDA antagonists and GABA mimetics. European Journal of Pharmacology. 122: 231-8
Harrison NL, Simmonds MA. (1985) Quantitative studies on some antagonists of N-methyl D-aspartate in slices of rat cerebral cortex. British Journal of Pharmacology. 84: 381-91
Harrison NL, Simmonds MA. (1984) Modulation of the GABA receptor complex by a steroid anaesthetic. Brain Research. 323: 287-92
Simmonds MA, Turner JP, Harrison NL. (1984) Interactions of steroids with the GABA-A receptor complex Neuropharmacology. 23: 877-878
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