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Martynhak, BJ, Hogben, AL, Zanos, P, Georgiou, P, Andreatini, R, Kitchen, I, Archer, SN, von Schantz, M, Bailey, A and Van Der Veen, DR (2017) Transient anhedonia phenotype and altered circadian timing of behaviour during night-time dim light exposure in Per3-/- mice, but not wildtype mice Scientific Reports, 7, 40399.

Keyworth, Helen, Georgiou, Polymnia, Zanos, Panos, Veloso Rueda, Andre, Chen, Ying, Kitchen, Ian, Camarini, Rosana, Cropley, Mark and Bailey, Alexis (2017) Wheel running during chronic nicotine exposure is protective against mecamylamine-precipitated withdrawal and upregulates hippocampal a7 nACh receptors in mice British Journal of Pharmacology.

Zanos, P, Georgiou, P, Gonzalez, LR, Hourani, S, Chen, Y, Kitchen, I, Kieffer, BL, Winsky-Sommerer, R and Bailey, A (2016) Emotional Impairment and Persistent Upregulation of mGlu(5) Receptor following Morphine Abstinence: Implications of an mGlu(5)-MOPr Interaction INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY, 19 (7).

Georgiou, P, Zanos, P, Garcia-Carmona, J-A, Hourani, S, Kitchen, I, Laorden, M-L and Bailey, A (2016) Methamphetamine abstinence induces changes in mu-opioid receptor, oxytocin and CRF systems: Association with an anxiogenic phenotype NEUROPHARMACOLOGY, 105. pp. 520-532.

Georgiou, P, Zanos, P, Garcia-Carmona, J-A, Hourani, S, Kitchen, I, Kieffer, BL, Laorden, M-L and Bailey, A (2015) The oxytocin analogue carbetocin prevents priming-induced reinstatement of morphine-seeking: Involvement of dopaminergic, noradrenergic and MOPr systems EUROPEAN NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY, 25 (12). pp. 2459-2464.

Georgiou, P, Zanos, P, Ehteramyan, M, Hourani, S, Kitchen, I, Maldonado, R and Bailey, A (2015) Differential regulation of mGlu(5)R and MOPr by priming- and cue-induced reinstatement of cocaine-seeking behaviour in mice ADDICTION BIOLOGY, 20 (5). pp. 902-912.

Zanos, P, Georgiou, P, Metaxas, A, Kitchen, I, Winsky-Sommerer, R and Bailey, A (2015) Region-specific up-regulation of oxytocin receptor binding in the brain of mice following chronic nicotine administration NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS, 600. pp. 33-37.

Wright, SR, Zanos, P, Georgiou, P, Yoo, JH, Ledent, C, Hourani, SM, Kitchen, I, Winsky-Sommerer, R and Bailey, A (2015) A critical role of striatal A2A R-mGlu5 R interactions in modulating the psychomotor and drug-seeking effects of methamphetamine. ADDICT BIOL.

Chao, M-R, Fragou, D, Zanos, P, Hu, C-W, Bailey, A, Kouidou, S and Kovatsi, L (2014) Epigenetically modified nucleotides in chronic heroin and cocaine treated mice TOXICOLOGY LETTERS, 229 (3). pp. 451-457.

Zanos, P, Wright, SR, Georgiou, P, Yoo, JH, Hourani, SM, Kitchen, I, Winsky-Sommerer, R, Bailey, A and Ledent, C (2014) Chronic methamphetamine treatment induces oxytocin receptor up-regulation in the amygdala and hypothalamus via an adenosine A receptor-independent mechanism Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior, 119. pp. 72-79.

Zanos, P, Georgiou, P, Wright, SR, Hourani, SM, Kitchen, I, Winsky-Sommerer, R and Bailey, A (2014) The oxytocin analogue carbetocin prevents emotional impairment and stress-induced reinstatement of opioid-seeking in morphine-abstinent mice Neuropsychopharmacology, 39 (4). pp. 855-865.

Fragou, D, Zanos, P, Kouidou, S, Njau, S, Kitchen, I, Bailey, A and Kovatsi, L (2013) Effect of chronic heroin and cocaine administration on global DNA methylation in brain and liver TOXICOLOGY LETTERS, 218 (3). pp. 260-265.

Zanos, P, Alshehri, M, Sahabandu, T, Winsky-Sommerer, R, Kitchen, I and Bailey, A (2011) Persistent brain region-specific upregulation of vasopressin (V1ar) and oxytocin receptors in chronic intermittent escalating dose morphine administration in mice PHARMACOL REP, 63 (1). p. 252.

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