Ian Creese

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Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, United States 
Area:
Psychopharmacology
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Ouagazzal AM, Tepper JM, Creese I. (2001) Reducing gene expression in the brain via antisense methods. Current Protocols in Neuroscience / Editorial Board, Jacqueline N. Crawley ... [Et Al.]. Unit 5.4
Ouagazzal AM, Creese I. (2000) Intra-accumbens infusion of D(3) receptor agonists reduces spontaneous and dopamine-induced locomotion. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 67: 637-45
Creese I. (1999) Rate processing constraints may underlie developmental language impairments and also hemispheric specialization for speech. Brain Research Bulletin. 50: 431-2
Lee H, Tarazi FI, Chakos M, et al. (1999) Effects of chronic treatment with typical and atypical antipsychotic drugs on the rat striatum. Life Sciences. 64: 1595-602
Creese I, Tepper JM. (1998) Antisense knockdown of brain dopamine receptors. Advances in Pharmacology (San Diego, Calif.). 42: 517-20
Dong ZJ, Chen LJ, Jin GZ, et al. (1997) GTP regulation of (-)-stepholidine binding to R(H) of D1 dopamine receptors in calf striatum. Biochemical Pharmacology. 54: 227-32
Zang Z, Creese I. (1997) Differential regulation of expression of rat hippocampal muscarinic receptor subtypes following fimbria-fornix lesion. Biochemical Pharmacology. 53: 1379-82
Tarazi FI, Florijn WJ, Creese I. (1997) Differential regulation of dopamine receptors after chronic typical and atypical antipsychotic drug treatment. Neuroscience. 78: 985-96
Florijn WJ, Tarazi FI, Creese I. (1997) Dopamine receptor subtypes: differential regulation after 8 months treatment with antipsychotic drugs. The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. 280: 561-9
Florijn WJ, Tarazi FI, Creese I. (1997) Chapter 4 Dopamine receptors Principles of Medical Biology. 8: 73-94
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