Consensus Guidelines for Therapeutic Drug Monitoring in Neuropsychopharmacology: Update 2017.
Following the new guidelines for therapeutic drug monitoring in psychiatry holds the potential to improve neuropsychopharmacotherapy, accelerate the recovery of many patients, and reduce health care costs.
Introducing the Human Brain Project
The tachykinin NK1 receptor in the brain: pharmacology and putative functions.
- A. Saria
- Biology, ChemistryEuropean Journal of Pharmacology
- 30 June 1999
Substance P in the medial amygdala: Emotional stress-sensitive release and modulation of anxiety-related behavior in rats
- K. Ebner, N. Rupniak, A. Saria, N. Singewald
- Biology, PsychologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 15 March 2004
The MeA is identified as a critical brain area for the involvement of SP transmission in anxiety responses and as a putative site of action for the recently discovered therapeutic effects of SP antagonists in the treatment of stress-related disorders.
Reversal of cocaine‐conditioned place preference and mesocorticolimbic Zif268 expression by social interaction in rats
It is suggested that social interaction, if offered in a context that is clearly distinct from the previously drug‐associated ones, may profoundly decrease the incentive salience of drug‐ associated contextual stimuli.
Polypeptide-containing neurons in airway smooth muscle.
Evans blue fluorescence: quantitative and morphological evaluation of vascular permeability in animal tissues
Reinforcing Effects of MDMA (‘Ecstasy’) in Drug-Naive and Cocaine-Trained Rats
- Elisabeth Ratzenboeck, A. Saria, N. Kriechbaum, G. Zernig
- Biology, PsychologyPharmacology
- 30 March 2001
When MDMA was tested after cocaine, there was no carryover of cocaine’s reinforcing effect to that of MDMA, suggesting that MDMA and cocaine produce distinct interoceptive stimuli in rats.
Capsaicin-induced desensitization of airway mucosa to cigarette smoke, mechanical and chemical irritants
It is reported here that cigarette smoke as well as light mechanical or local chemical irritation and vagal nerve stimulation induced a subepithelial oedema in the rat trachea and bronchial tree, as indicated by extravasation of Evans blue.
Induction of tachykinin gene and peptide expression in guinea pig nodose primary afferent neurons by allergic airway inflammation.
- A. Fischer, G. Mcgregor, A. Saria, B. Philippin, W. Kummer
- BiologyJournal of Clinical Investigation
- 15 November 1996
Changes in neuropeptide biosynthesis in the sensory airway innervation of ovalbumin-sensitized and -challenged guinea pigs at the mRNA and peptide level suggest that an induction of sensory Neuropeptides in nodose ganglion neurons is crucially involved in the increase of airway hyperreactivity in the late response to allergen challenge.