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G-protein coupled receptors in lipid rafts and caveolae: how, when and why do they go there?
B Chini, M Parenti
Journal of molecular endocrinology 32 (2), 325-338, 2004
Oxytocin and vasopressin agonists and antagonists as research tools and potential therapeutics
M Manning, A Misicka, A Olma, K Bankowski, S Stoev, B Chini, T Durroux, ...
Journal of neuroendocrinology 24 (4), 609-628, 2012
The Concise Guide to PHARMACOLOGY 2021/22: G protein‐coupled receptors
SPH Alexander, A Christopoulos, AP Davenport, E Kelly, A Mathie, ...
British journal of pharmacology 178, S27-S156, 2021
A new population of parvocellular oxytocin neurons controlling magnocellular neuron activity and inflammatory pain processing
M Eliava, M Melchior, HS Knobloch-Bollmann, J Wahis, ...
Neuron 89 (6), 1291-1304, 2016
Pharmacologic rescue of impaired cognitive flexibility, social deficits, increased aggression, and seizure susceptibility in oxytocin receptor null mice: a neurobehavioral …
M Sala, D Braida, D Lentini, M Busnelli, E Bulgheroni, V Capurro, ...
Biological psychiatry 69 (9), 875-882, 2011
Peptide and non-peptide agonists and antagonists for the vasopressin and oxytocin V1a, V1b, V2 and OT receptors: research tools and potential therapeutic agents
M Manning, S Stoev, B Chini, T Durroux, B Mouillac, G Guillon
Progress in brain research 170, 473-512, 2008
Assembling the puzzle: pathways of oxytocin signaling in the brain
V Grinevich, HS Knobloch-Bollmann, M Eliava, M Busnelli, B Chini
Biological psychiatry 79 (3), 155-164, 2016
The Binding Site of Neuropeptide Vasopressin V1a Receptor: EVIDENCE FOR A MAJOR LOCALIZATION WITHIN TRANSMEMBRANE REGIONS (∗)
B Mouillac, B Chini, MN Balestre, J Elands, S Trumpp-Kallmeyer, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 270 (43), 25771-25777, 1995
Chronic and acute intranasal oxytocin produce divergent social effects in mice
H Huang, C Michetti, M Busnelli, F Manago, S Sannino, D Scheggia, ...
Neuropsychopharmacology 39 (5), 1102-1114, 2014
Tyr115 is the key residue for determining agonist selectivity in the V1a vasopressin receptor.
B Chini, B Mouillac, Y Ala, MN Balestre, S Trumpp‐Kallmeyer, J Hoflack, ...
The EMBO journal 14 (10), 2176-2182, 1995
G-protein-coupled receptors, cholesterol and palmitoylation: facts about fats
B Chini, M Parenti
Journal of molecular endocrinology 42 (5), 371-379, 2009
Functional selective oxytocin-derived agonists discriminate between individual G protein family subtypes
M Busnelli, A Saulière, M Manning, M Bouvier, C Galés, B Chini
Journal of Biological Chemistry 287 (6), 3617-3629, 2012
Distribution of nicotinic receptors in the human hippocampus and thalamus
F Rubboli, JA Court, C Sala, C Morris, B Chini, E Perry, F Clementi
European Journal of Neuroscience 6 (10), 1596-1604, 1994
The timing of the excitatory-to-inhibitory GABA switch is regulated by the oxytocin receptor via KCC2
M Leonzino, M Busnelli, F Antonucci, C Verderio, M Mazzanti, B Chini
Cell reports 15 (1), 96-103, 2016
Oxytocin signaling in the central amygdala modulates emotion discrimination in mice
V Ferretti, F Maltese, G Contarini, M Nigro, A Bonavia, H Huang, ...
Current Biology 29 (12), 1938-1953. e6, 2019
Oxytocin receptor elicits different EGFR/MAPK activation patterns depending on its localization in caveolin-1 enriched domains
V Rimoldi, A Reversi, E Taverna, P Rosa, M Francolini, P Cassoni, ...
Oncogene 22 (38), 6054-6060, 2003
Oxytocin receptors in the anteromedial bed nucleus of the stria terminalis promote stress-induced social avoidance in female California mice
N Duque-Wilckens, MQ Steinman, M Busnelli, B Chini, S Yokoyama, ...
Biological psychiatry 83 (3), 203-213, 2018
Molecular cloning and chromosomal localization of the human α7-nicotinic receptor subunit gene (CHRNA7)
B Chini, E Raimond, AB Elgoyhen, D Moralli, M Balzaretti, S Heinemann
Genomics 19 (2), 379-381, 1994
Oxytocin and oxytocin receptors in cancer cells and proliferation
P Cassoni, A Sapino, T Marrocco, B Chini, G Bussolati
Journal of neuroendocrinology 16 (4), 362-364, 2004
The oxytocin receptor antagonist atosiban inhibits cell growth via a “biased agonist” mechanism
A Reversi, V Rimoldi, T Marrocco, P Cassoni, G Bussolati, M Parenti, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 280 (16), 16311-16318, 2005
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