Paul R Gard
Paul R Gard
Professor of Experimental Therapeutics, University of Brighton
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The role of angiotensin II in cognition and behaviour
PR Gard
European journal of pharmacology 438 (1-2), 1-14, 2002
2302002
A multivariate investigation of postpartum mood disturbance
PR Gard, SL Handley, AD Parsons, G Waldron
The British Journal of Psychiatry 148 (5), 567-575, 1986
1311986
Angiotensin as a target for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease, anxiety and depression
PR Gard
Expert opinion on therapeutic targets 8 (1), 7-14, 2004
1232004
Pharmacy education in the United Kingdom
MH Sosabowski, PR Gard
American journal of pharmaceutical education 72 (6), 2008
1092008
Management of hip dislocation with postural management
T Pountney, A Mandy, E Green, P Gard
Child: care, health and development 28 (2), 179-185, 2002
952002
Captopril and enalapril improve cognition and depressed mood in hypertensive patients
JJ Braszko, W Karwowska-Polecka, D Halicka, PR Gard
Journal of basic and clinical physiology and pharmacology 14 (4), 323-344, 2003
942003
Cognitive-enhancing effects of angiotensin IV
PR Gard
BMC neuroscience 9 (2), 1-6, 2008
932008
Renin–angiotensin-system gene polymorphisms and depression
YB Saab, PR Gard, MS Yeoman, B Mfarrej, H El-Moalem, MJ Ingram
Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry 31 (5), 1113-1118, 2007
932007
Implications of the angiotensin converting enzyme gene insertion/deletion polymorphism in health and disease: a snapshot review
PR Gard
International journal of molecular epidemiology and genetics 1 (2), 145, 2010
852010
Hip subluxation and dislocation in cerebral palsy–a prospective study on the effectiveness of postural management programmes
TE Pountney, A Mandy, E Green, PR Gard
Physiotherapy Research International 14 (2), 116-127, 2009
812009
Evidence of a possible role of altered angiotensin function in the treatment, but not etiology, of depression
PR Gard, A Mandy, MA Sutcliffe
Biological psychiatry 45 (8), 1030-1034, 1999
801999
Angiotensin and Alzheimer´ s disease: therapeutic prospects
PR Gard, JM Rusted
Expert review of neurotherapeutics 4 (1), 87-96, 2004
572004
When does it hurt? Pain during flexible cystoscopy in men
AK Taghizadeh, A El Madani, PR Gard, CY Li, PJ Thomas, SP Denyer
Urologia internationalis 76 (4), 301-303, 2006
552006
Comparison of the effects of the superoxide dismutase mimetics EUK-134 and tempol on paraquat-induced nephrotoxicity
M Samai, MA Sharpe, PR Gard, PK Chatterjee
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 43 (4), 528-534, 2007
532007
Hypertension and inflammation in Alzheimer's disease: close partners in disease development and progression!
L Nelson, P Gard, N Tabet
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 41 (2), 331-343, 2014
502014
The geographic distribution of the ACE II genotype: a novel finding
YB Saab, PR Gard, ADJ Overall
Genetics Research 89 (4), 259-267, 2007
442007
Strain differences in the anxiolytic effects of losartan in the mouse
PR Gard, SJ Haigh, PT Cambursano, CA Warrington
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 69 (1-2), 35-40, 2001
362001
Interactions of angiotensin IV and oxytocin on behaviour in mice
PR Gard, P Daw, Z Sayyad Mashhour, P Tran
Journal of the Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System 8 (3), 133-138, 2007
312007
Changes in the properties of the modulatory cerebral giant cells contribute to aging in the feeding system of Lymnaea
BA Patel, M Arundell, MC Allen, P Gard, D O’Hare, K Parker, MS Yeoman
Neurobiology of aging 27 (12), 1892-1901, 2006
312006
Blockade of pro-cognitive effects of angiotensin IV and physostigmine in mice by oxytocin antagonism
PR Gard, C Naylor, S Ali, C Partington
European journal of pharmacology 683 (1-3), 155-160, 2012
302012
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