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Heart rate and QT interval variability: abnormal alpha-2 adrenergic function in patients with panic disorder.
Alpha-2 adrenergic receptor binding in platelets and brains of nervous and normal pointer dogs.
Biological alterations in the primary affective disorders and other tricyclic-responsive disorders.
Alpha 2-adrenergic receptor function in patients with unipolar and bipolar affective disorders.
[Biochemical aspects of anxiety].
Alpha-adrenergic receptor function in schizophrenia, affective disorders and some neurological diseases.
Growth hormone response to clonidine as a probe of noradrenergic receptor responsiveness in affective disorder patients and controls.
Possible subsensitization of alpha 2-adrenergic receptors by chronic monoamine oxidase inhibitor treatment in psychiatric patients.
Evaluation of alpha-adrenergic responsiveness to clonidine challenge and noradrenergic metabolism in the affective disorders and their treatment.
Extreme elevations in plasma norepinephrine associated with decreased alpha-adrenergic responsiveness in major depressive disorder: two case reports.
Clinical studies of monoamine receptors in the affective disorders and receptor changes with antidepressant treatment.
Normal urinary free cortisol and plasma MHPG in panic disorder: clinical and theoretical implications.
Cortisol response to clonidine in panic disorder: comparison with depressed patients and normal controls.
Platelet alpha-adrenergic receptor function in affective disorders and schizophrenia.
Effects of carbamazepine on noradrenergic mechanisms in affectively ill patients.
New studies and perspectives on the noradrenergic receptor system in depression: effects of the alpha 2-adrenergic agonist clonidine.
Differential inhibitory noradrenergic responses to clonidine in 25 depressed patients and 25 normal control subjects.
Receptors, Adrenergic, alpha
Receptors, Adrenergic, alpha-2