John I. Hubbard

University of Otago, Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand 
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"John Hubbard"
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Hubbard JI. (1996) Water transport in cultured cells from the rat inner medullary collecting duct. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology : Jasn. 7: 2062-71
Lin N, Hubbard JI. (1995) An NMDA receptor antagonist reduces ethanol preference in untrained but not trained rats. Brain Research Bulletin. 36: 421-4
Lin N, Hubbard JI. (1994) The increased ethanol preference in rats induced by choice, darkness, or drugs is reduced by ritanserin. Brain Research Bulletin. 33: 633-8
Hubbard JI. (1994) Methods of inducing a preference for ethanol in animals Asia Pacific Journal of Pharmacology. 9: 303-311
Laycock JF, Hubbard JI, Schwartz JH, et al. (1993) The cAMP agonist Sp-cAMPS stimulates osmotic water transport across rat inner medullary collecting duct cells. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 689: 606-8
Lin N, Hubbard JI. (1992) ANP and naloxone reduce postdeprivation drinking after subfornical organ lesions. Brain Research Bulletin. 28: 769-74
Smith PF, Darlington CL, Hubbard JI. (1991) Evidence for inhibitory amino acid receptors on guinea pig medial vestibular nucleus neurons in vitro. Neuroscience Letters. 121: 244-6
Hubbard JI, Sibbald JR, Sirett NE. (1990) Stimulation of the subcallosal fornix excites neurones in the cat preoptic region which project to the medial basal hypothalamus and in the medial forebrain bundle. Brain Research. 509: 175-9
Hubbard JI, Hyland BI, Sirett NE. (1990) Responses in the diagonal band of Broca, adjacent septal nuclei and the islands of Calleja of cats to stimulation of the subcallosal fornix, medial basal hypothalamus and medial forebrain bundle. Brain Research. 524: 347-52
Smith PF, Darlington CL, Hubbard JI. (1990) Evidence that NMDA receptors contribute to synaptic function in the guinea pig medial vestibular nucleus. Brain Research. 513: 149-51
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