G M Mitsoglou

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It has been reported that 6-aminomethyl-3-methyl-4H,1,2,4-benzothiadiazine-1, 1-dioxide (AMBD, TAG) is a specific blocker of taurine and beta-alanine responses in the central nervous system. We have re-examined the effect of AMBD on amino acid and synaptically evoked responses recorded from isolated hemisected frog spinal cords by means of the sucrose gap(More)
Baclofen has been shown to be a selective agonist for a subclass of GABA receptors (GABAB) in many regions of the vertebrate nervous system. On the intraspinal terminals of dorsal roots (DRT), it evokes a pure hyperpolarizing response. We have previously shown that the response of DRT to GABA and some of its analogs (e.g. kojic amine) in isolated frog(More)
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