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2010 Increased plasma D-lactic acid associated with impaired memory in rats PDF PDF (231k) Hanstock, T.L., Mallet, P.E. & Clayton, E.H.
2010 Effect of early rearing environment on morphine-induced Fos-immunoreactivity in the adult male rat brain PDF PDF (394k) Rana, S. A., Mallet, P. E., Robertson, B.- A., and Wainwright, P. E.
2009 Regional distribution of Ginkgo biloba-induced c-Fos immunoreactivity PDF PDF (795k) Mallet, P. E., Moore, C. A., Collie, M. T. and Satvat, E.
2009 Involvement of hypothalamic peptides in the anorectic action of the CB1 receptor antagonist rimonabant (SR 141716) PDF PDF (720k) Verty, A. N. A., Boon, W. M., Mallet, P. E., McGregor, I. S., and Oldfield, B. J.
2009 Chronic administration of a Ginkgo biloba leaf extract facilitates acquisition but not performance of a working memory task PDF PDF (7.72MB) Satvat, E. and Mallet, P. E.
2008 Adolescent rats find repeated ∆9-THC less aversive than adult rats but display greater residual cognitive deficits and changes in hippocampal protein expression following exposure PDF PDF (225k) Quinn, H., Matsumoto, I., Callaghan, P. D., Long, L. E., Arnold, J. C., Gunasekaran, N., Thompson, M. R., Dawson, B., Mallet, P. E., Kashem, M. A., Matsuda-Matsumoto, H., Iwazaki, T. and McGregor, I. S.
2006 Repeated cannabinoid exposure during perinatal, adolescent, or early adult ages produces similar long-lasting deficits in object recognition and reduced social interaction in rats PDF PDF (115k) O'Shea, M., McGregor, I.S., & Mallet, P.E.
2006 Suppression of feeding, drinking, and locomotion by a cannabinoid receptor “silent antagonist” PDF PDF (543k) Gardner, A. & Mallet, P.E.
2006 Perinatal exposure to ∆9-tetrahydrocannabinol alters heroin-induced place conditioning and Fos-immunoreactivity PDF PDF (404k) Singh, M.E., McGregor, I.S. & Mallet, P.E.
2005 Repeated exposure to ∆9-tetrahydrocannabinol alters heroin-induced locomotor activity and Fos-immunoreactivity PDF PDF (649k) Singh, M.E., McGregor, I.S. & Mallet, P.E.
2005 Paraventricular hypothalamic CB1 cannabinoid receptors are involved in the feeding stimulatory effects of ∆9-tetrahydrocannabinol PDF PDF (321k) Verty, A.N.A., McGregor, I.S. & Mallet, P.E.
2005 9-THC reinstates beer- and sucrose-seeking behaviour in abstinent rats: Comparison with midazolam, food deprivation and predator odor PDF PDF (449k) McGregor, I.S., Dam, K.D.B., Mallet, P.E. & Gallate, J.E.
2005 Impaired learning in adulthood following neonatal ∆9-THC exposure PDF PDF (126k) O'Shea, M. & Mallet, P.E.
2005 Co-administration of THC and MDMA (‘Ecstasy’) synergistically disrupts memory in rats PDF PDF (146k) Young, J.M., McGregor, I.S. & Mallet, P.E.
2004 Chronic cannabinoid exposure produces lasting memory impairment and increased anxiety in adolescent but not adult rats PDF PDF (107k) O’Shea, M., Singh, M.E., McGregor, I.S. & Mallet, P.E.
2004 Combined low dose treatment with opioid and cannabinoid receptor antagonists synergistically reduces alcohol craving and alcohol consumption in rats PDF PDF (548k) Gallate, J., Mallet, P.E. & McGregor, I.S.
2004 Anxiety and aggression associated with the fermentation of carbohydrates in the hind-gut of rats PDF PDF (413k) Hanstock, T.L., Clayton, E.H., Li, K.M. & Mallet, P.E.
2004 Cannabinoids prevent the acute hyperthermia and partially protect against the 5-HT depleting effects of MDMA ('Ecstasy') in rats PDF PDF (488k) Morley, K.C., Li, K.M., Hunt, G.E., Mallet, P.E. & McGregor, I.S.
2004 A cannabinoid receptor antagonist attenuates conditioned place preference but not behavioural sensitization to morphine PDF PDF (334k) Singh, M.E., Verty, A.N.A., McGregor, I.S. & Mallet, P.E.
2004 Modulation of morphine induced Fos-immunoreactivity by the cannabinoid receptor antagonist SR 141716 PDF PDF (688k) Singh, M.E., Verty, A.N.A., Price, I., McGregor, I.S. & Mallet, P.E.
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