Ezio Carboni
Ezio Carboni
Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology, University of Cagliari, Italy
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Dopamine and drug addiction: the nucleus accumbens shell connection
G Di Chiara, V Bassareo, S Fenu, MA De Luca, L Spina, C Cadoni, ...
Neuropharmacology 47, 227-241, 2004
Amphetamine, cocaine, phencyclidine and nomifensine increase extracellular dopamine concentrations preferentially in the nucleus accumbens of freely moving rats
E Carboni, A Imperato, L Perezzani, G Di Chiara
Neuroscience 28 (3), 653-661, 1989
Blockade of the noradrenaline carrier increases extracellular dopamine concentrations in the prefrontal cortex: evidence that dopamine is taken up in vivo by noradrenergic …
E Carboni, GL Tanda, R Frau, GD Chiara
Journal of neurochemistry 55 (3), 1067-1070, 1990
Increase of extracellular dopamine in the prefrontal cortex: a trait of drugs with antidepressant potential?
G Tanda, E Carboni, R Frau, G Di Chiara
Psychopharmacology 115, 285-288, 1994
Differential inhibitory effects of a 5-HT3 antagonist on drug-induced stimulation of dopamine release
E Carboni, E Acquas, R Frau, G Di Chiara
European journal of pharmacology 164 (3), 515-519, 1989
Drug addiction as a disorder of associative learning: role of nucleus accumbens shell/extended amygdala dopamine
G DI CHIARA, G Tanda, V BASSAREO, F Pontieri, E Acquas, S FENU, ...
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 877 (1), 461-485, 1999
SCH 23390 blocks drug-conditioned place-preference and place-aversion: anhedonia (lack of reward) or apathy (lack of motivation) after dopamine-receptor blockade?
E Acquas, E Carboni, P Leone, G Di Chiara
Psychopharmacology 99, 151-155, 1989
Cocaine and amphetamine increase extracellular dopamine in the nucleus accumbens of mice lacking the dopamine transporter gene
E Carboni, C Spielewoy, C Vacca, M Nosten-Bertrand, B Giros, ...
The Journal of Neuroscience 21 (9), RC141, 2001
5HT3 receptor antagonists block morphine- and nicotine-but not amphetamine-induced reward
E Carboni, E Acquas, P Leone, G Di Chiara
Psychopharmacology 97, 175-178, 1989
PPAR‐gamma‐mediated neuroprotection in a chronic mouse model of Parkinson’s disease
N Schintu, L Frau, M Ibba, P Caboni, A Garau, E Carboni, AR Carta
European Journal of Neuroscience 29 (5), 954-963, 2009
Stimulation of in vivo dopamine transmission in the bed nucleus of stria terminalis by reinforcing drugs
E Carboni, A Silvagni, MTP Rolando, G Di Chiara
The Journal of Neuroscience 20 (20), RC102, 2000
Serotonin release estimated by transcortical dialysis in freely-moving rats
E Carboni, G Di Chiara
Neuroscience 32 (3), 637-645, 1989
Profound depression of mesolimbic dopamine release after morphine withdrawal in dependent rats
E Acquas, E Carboni, G Di Chiara
Eur J Pharmacol 193 (1), 133-134, 1991
On the preferential release of dopamine in the nucleus accumbens by amphetamine: further evidence obtained by vertically implanted concentric dialysis probes
G Di Chiara, G Tanda, R Frau, E Carboni
Psychopharmacology 112, 398-402, 1993
Rosiglitazone decreases peroxisome proliferator receptor-gamma levels in microglia and inhibits TNF-alpha production: new evidences on neuroprotection in a progressive …
AR Carta, L Frau, A Pisanu, J Wardas, S Spiga, E Carboni
Neuroscience 194, 250-261, 2011
(D-Ala2) deltorphin II: D1-dependent stereotypies and stimulation of dopamine release in the nucleus accumbens
R Longoni, L Spina, A Mulas, E Carboni, L Garau, P Melchiorri, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 11 (6), 1565-1576, 1991
Estimation of in-vivo neurotransmitter release by brain microdialysis: the issue of validity
G Di Chiara, G Tanda, E Carboni
Behavioural pharmacology 7 (7), 640-657, 1996
Dissociation of physical abstinence signs from changes in extracellular dopamine in the nucleus accumbens and in the prefrontal cortex of nicotine dependent rats
E Carboni, L Bortone, C Giua, G Di Chiara
Drug and alcohol dependence 58 (1-2), 93-102, 2000
Dopamine reuptake by norepinephrine neurons: exception or rule?
E Carboni, A Silvagni
Critical Reviews™ in Neurobiology 16 (1&2), 2004
5-HT3 receptor antagonists block morphine-and nicotine-induced place-preference conditioning
E Carboni, E Acquas, P Leone, L Perezzani, G Di Chiara
European journal of pharmacology 151 (1), 159-160, 1988
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