Maria Hadjiconstantinou
Maria Hadjiconstantinou
Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry
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Immunohistochemical localization of bombesin/gastrin-releasing peptide and substance P in primary sensory neurons
P Panula, M Hadjiconstantinou, HY Yang, E Costa
Journal of Neuroscience 3 (10), 2021-2029, 1983
1551983
1-Methyl-4-phenyl-1, 2, 3, 6-tetrahydropyridine (MPTP) and free radicals in vitro.
ZL Rossetti, A Sotgiu, DE Sharp, M Hadjiconstantinou, NH Neff
Biochemical pharmacology 37 (23), 4573, 1988
1391988
Acetylcholine measurement by high-performance liquid chromatography using an enzyme-loaded postcolumn reactor
C Eva, M Hadjiconstantinou, NH Neff, JL Meek
Analytical biochemistry 143 (2), 320-324, 1984
1251984
Epinephrine: a potential neurotransmitter in retina
M Hadjiconstantinou, J Cohen, NH Neff
Journal of neurochemistry 41 (5), 1440-1444, 1983
1251983
Aromatic L‐amino acid decarboxylase activity of mouse striatum is modulated via dopamine receptors
M Hadjiconstantinou, TA Wemlinger, CP Sylvia, JP Hubble, NH Neff
Journal of neurochemistry 60 (6), 2175-2180, 1993
1241993
GM1 ganglioside induces phosphorylation and activation of Trk and Erk in brain
AM Duchemin, Q Ren, L Mo, NH Neff, M Hadjiconstantinou
Journal of neurochemistry 81 (4), 696-707, 2002
1122002
GM1 ganglioside: in vivo and in vitro trophic actions on central neurotransmitter systems
M Hadjiconstantinou, NH Neff
Journal of neurochemistry 70 (4), 1335-1345, 1998
1111998
Protein kinase C activators decrease dopamine uptake into striatal synaptosomes.
BJ Copeland, V Vogelsberg, NH Neff, M Hadjiconstantinou
Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 277 (3), 1527-1532, 1996
1101996
Changes in plasma nerve growth factor levels in older adults associated with chronic stress
M Hadjiconstantinou, L McGuire, AM Duchemin, B Laskowski, ...
Journal of Neuroimmunology 116 (1), 102-106, 2001
922001
Levodopa and childhood amblyopia
LE Leguire, GL Rogers, DL Bremer, P Walson, M Hadjiconstantinou-Neff
J Pediatr Ophthalmol Strabismus 29 (5), 290-298, 1992
921992
The non-competitive NMDA-receptor antagonist MK-801 prevents the massive release of glutamate and aspartate from rat striatum induced by 1-methyl-4-phenylpyridinium (MPP+)
S Carboni, F Melis, L Pani, M Hadjiconstantinou, ZL Rossetti
Neuroscience letters 117 (1-2), 129-133, 1990
921990
Administration of GM1 ganglioside restores the dopamine content in striatum after chronic treatment with MPTP
M Hadjiconstantinou, ZL Rossetti, RC Paxton, NH Neff
Neuropharmacology 25 (9), 1075-1077, 1986
921986
Proton magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy identify metabolic changes in the striatum in the MPTP feline model of parkinsonism
M Podell, M Hadjiconstantinou, MA Smith, NH Neff
Experimental neurology 179 (2), 159-166, 2003
902003
Nicotine abstinence in the mouse
R Isola, V Vogelsberg, TA Wemlinger, NH Neff, M Hadjiconstantinou
Brain research 850 (1-2), 189-196, 1999
881999
Epidermal Growth Factor Enhances Striatal Dopaminergic Parameters in the 1‐Methyl‐4‐Phenyl‐l, 2, 3, 6‐Tetrahydropyridine‐Treated Mouse
M Hadjiconstantinou, JG Fitkin, A Dalia, NH Neff
Journal of neurochemistry 57 (2), 479-482, 1991
881991
Spinal cord serotonin: a biochemical and immunohistochemical study following transection
M Hadjiconstantinou, P Panula, Z Lackovic, NH Neff
Brain research 322 (2), 245-254, 1984
841984
Preproenkephalin mRNA and methionine‐enkephalin content are increased in mouse striatum after treatment with nicotine
RK Dhatt, KP Gudehithlu, TA Wemlinger, GA Tejwani, NH Neff, ...
Journal of neurochemistry 64 (4), 1878-1883, 1995
801995
Ascorbic acid could be hazardous to your experiments: a commentary on dopamine receptor binding studies with speculation on a role for ascorbic acid in neuronal function.
M Hadjiconstantinou, NH Neff
Neuropharmacology, 1983
801983
Treatment with GM1 ganglioside restores striatal dopamine in the 1‐methyl‐4‐phenyl‐1, 2, 3, 6‐tetrahydropyridine‐treated mouse
M Hadjiconstantinou, NH Neff
Journal of neurochemistry 51 (4), 1190-1196, 1988
791988
Aromatic L-amino acid decarboxylase activity of the rat retina is modulated in vivo by environmental light.
M Hadjiconstantinou, Z Rossetti, C Silvia, D Krajnc, NH Neff
Journal of neurochemistry 51 (5), 1560-1564, 1988
771988
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