Nicholas J. Giarman

Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT 
CNS pharmacology
"Nicholas Giarman"

A father of pharmacology at Yale.

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Stjärne L, Roth RH, Bloom FE, et al. (1970) Norepinephrine concentrating mechanisms in sympathetic nerve trunks. The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. 171: 70-9
Bloom FE, Giarman NJ. (1970) The effects of p-Cl-phenylalanine on the content and cellular distribution of 5-HT in the rat pineal gland: Combined biochemical and electron microscopic analyses Biochemical Pharmacology. 19: 1213-1216,IN9-IN10,1
Roth RH, Giarman NJ. (1970) Natural occurrence of gamma-hydroxybutyrate in mammalian brain Biochemical Pharmacology. 19: 1087-1093
Tanaka C, Giarman NJ, Bensch K, et al. (1970) The biochemical and morphological maturation of murine neoplastic mast cell granules Biochemical Pharmacology. 19: 963-968,IN1-IN4,969-
Roth RH, Giarman NJ. (1969) Conversion in vivo of gamma-aminobutyric to gamma-hydroxybutyric acid in the rat. Biochemical Pharmacology. 18: 247-50
Mannaioni PF, Giarman NJ. (1969) Influence of actinomycin D on the levels of histamine and serotonin in murine neoplastic mast cells in culture Pharmacological Research Communications. 1: 218-223
Stjärne L, Roth RJ, Giarman NJ. (1968) Microsomal monoamine oxidase in sympathetically innervated tissues. Biochemical Pharmacology. 17: 2008-12
Roth RH, Stjärne L, Levine RJ, et al. (1968) Abnormal regulation of catecholamine synthesis in pheochromocytoma. The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine. 72: 397-403
Roth RH, Stjärne L, Bloom FE, et al. (1968) Light and heavy norepinephrine storage particles in the rat heart and in bovine splenic nerve. The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. 162: 203-12
Giarman NJ, Tanaka C, Mooney J, et al. (1968) Serotonin, norepinephrine, and fever. Advances in Pharmacology. 6: 307-17
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