Marianne Olds

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
"Marianne Olds"
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Olds ME. (1996) Dopaminergic basis for the facilitation of brain stimulation reward by the NMDA receptor antagonist, MK-801. European Journal of Pharmacology. 306: 23-32
Olds ME. (1990) Enhanced dopamine receptor activation in accumbens and frontal cortex has opposite effects on medial forebrain bundle self-stimulation. Neuroscience. 35: 313-25
Olds ME, Fobes JL. (1981) Activity responses to morphine and amphetamine in rats with elevated NE levels in the pons. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 15: 167-71
Umemoto M, Olds ME. (1981) Presynaptic alpha-adrenergic mediation of self-stimulation in locus coeruleus in rats treated neonatally with 6-hydroxydopamine. Brain Research. 219: 107-19
Olds ME, Williams KN. (1980) Self-administration of D-Ala2-Met-enkephalinamide at hypothalamic self-stimulation sites. Brain Research. 194: 155-70
Olds J, Nienhuis R, Olds ME. (1978) Patterns of conditioned unit responses in the auditory system of the rat. Experimental Neurology. 59: 209-28
Olds ME. (1978) Inhibitory evoked unit activity in the medial forebrain bundle in the rat and self-stimulation behaviour. Neuropharmacology. 17: 515-23
Olds ME, Gardner M. (1976) Effects of diazepam and phenobarbital on self-stimulation in posterior hypothalamic and preoptic regions and on the thermoregulatory responses to rewarding brain stimulation. Neuropharmacology. 15: 103-15
Olds ME. (1975) Effects of intraventricular 6-hydroxydopamine and replacement therapy with norepinephrine, dopamine, and serotonin on self-stimulation in diencephalic and mesencephalic regions in the rat. Brain Research. 98: 327-42
Domino EF, Wilson AE, Olds ME. (1975) Relation of rat brain acetylcholine levels to duration of self-stimulation and escape behavior. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 3: 103-7
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