Max Recasens

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Universite de Montpellier, Montpellier, Occitanie, France 
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Recasens M, Pin JP, Bockaert J. (1987) Chloride transport blockers inhibit the chloride-dependent glutamate binding to rat brain membranes. Neuroscience Letters. 74: 211-6
Pin JP, Rumigny JF, Bockaert J, et al. (1987) Multiple Cl(-)-independent binding sites for the excitatory amino acids: glutamate, aspartate and cysteine sulfinate in rat brain membranes. Brain Research. 402: 11-20
Bockaert J, Gabrion J, Sladeczek F, et al. (1986) Primary culture of striatal neurons: a model of choice for pharmacological and biochemical studies of neurotransmitter receptors. Journal De Physiologie. 81: 219-27
Pin JP, Bockaert J, Recasens M. (1986) The binding of acidic amino acids to snail, Helix aspersa, periesophagic ring membranes reveals a single high-affinity glutamate/kainate site. Brain Research. 366: 290-9
Recasens M, Saadoun F, Baudry M, et al. (1984) A comparative study of L[3H]-glutamate and L[3H]-cysteine sulfinate binding sites in subcellular fractions of rat brain. Journal of Neuroscience Research. 11: 157-69
Recasens M, Fagni L, Baudry M, et al. (1984) Potassium and veratrine-stimulated l-[3H]cysteine sulfinate and l-[3H]glutamate release from rat brain slices Neurochemistry International. 6: 325-332
Recasens M, Saadoun F, Varga V, et al. (1983) Separate binding sites in rat brain synaptic membranes for l-cysteine sulfinate and for l-glutamate. Neurochemistry International. 5: 89-94
Baudry M, Kramer K, Fagni L, et al. (1983) Classification and properties of acidic amino acid receptors in hippocampus. II. Biochemical studies using a sodium efflux assay. Molecular Pharmacology. 24: 222-8
Recasens M, Varga V, Nanopoulos D, et al. (1982) Evidence for cysteine sulfinate as a neurotransmitter. Brain Research. 239: 153-73
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