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(50) Production(s) de VIGNES M.

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+ Excitatory amino acid metabotropic receptor subtypes and calcium regulation. hal link

Auteur(s): Vignes M.

(Article) Publié: Annals Of The New York Academy Of Sciences, vol. 757 p.418-29 (1995)


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+ Location of profilin at presynaptic sites in the cerebellar cortex; implication for the regulation of the actin-polymerization state during axonal elongation and synaptogenesis. hal link

Auteur(s): Faivre-Sarrailh C., Lena J. Y., Had L., Vignes M., Lindberg U.

(Article) Publié: Journal Of Neurocytology, vol. 22 p.1060-72 (1993)


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+ Effect of thiol reagents on phosphoinositide hydrolysis in rat brain synaptoneurosomes. hal link

Auteur(s): Vignes M., Guiramand J., Sassetti Isabelle, Récasens Max

(Article) Publié: European Journal Of Neuroscience, vol. 5 p.327-34 (1993)


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+ Dithiotreitol specifically inhibits metabotropic responses of glutamate and depolarizing agents in rat brain synaptoneurosomes. hal link

Auteur(s): Vignes M., Guiramand J., Sassetti Isabelle, Recasens Max

(Article) Publié: Neurochemistry International, vol. 21 p.229-35 (1992)


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+ A specific transduction mechanism for the glutamate action on phosphoinositide metabolism via the quisqualate metabotropic receptor in rat brain synaptoneurosomes: I. External Na+ requirement. hal link

Auteur(s): Guiramand J., Vignes M., Mayat Ebrahim, Lebrun Fabienne, Sassetti Isabelle, Récasens Max

(Article) Publié: Journal Of Neurochemistry, vol. 57 p.1488-500 (1991)


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+ A specific transduction mechanism for the glutamate action on phosphoinositide metabolism via the quisqualate metabotropic receptor in rat brain synaptoneurosomes: II. Calcium dependency, cadmium inhibition. hal link

Auteur(s): Guiramand J., Vignes M., Récasens Max

(Article) Publié: Journal Of Neurochemistry, vol. 57 p.1501-9 (1991)


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+ The putative molecular mechanism(s) responsible for the enhanced inositol phosphate synthesis by excitatory amino acids: an overview. hal link

Auteur(s): Vignes M.

(Article) Publié: Neurochemical Research, vol. 16 p.659-68 (1991)


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