bicuculine

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bicuculine

[bī′kü·kyə‚lēn]
(organic chemistry)
C20H17NO6 A convulsant alkaloid found in plants of the family Fumariaceae.
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sIPSCs and mIPSCs changes after the neonatal exposure were recorded and confirmed by the application of the GABA[sub]A receptor antagonist bicuculline.
4% when neuronal activity during culture is enhanced with the GABAA receptor blocker bicuculline.
Prenatal exposure to the pesticide dieldrin or the GABAA receptor antagonist bicuculline differentially alters expression at GABAA receptor subunit mRNAs in fetal rat brainstem.
2002) Behavioral consequences of bicuculline injection in the subthalamic nucleus and the zona incerta in rat.
Electrographic, clinical and pathological alterations following systemic administration of kainic acid, bicuculline or pentetrazole: Metabolic mapping using the deoxyglucose method with special reference to the pathology of epilepsy.
Even when the food was at a safe distance from the robot, rats treated with the drug bicuculline, which increases neural activity, were too afraid to venture out for the pellet.
Attenuation of the effect of progesterone and 4'-chlordiazepam on stress-induced immune responses by bicuculline.
Consistently, Kimura (1994) showed that intravenous infusion of bicuculline, a GABAA receptor antagonist, on the morning of proestrus induced a premature surge-like secretion of LH (23).
A] receptors are sensitive to bicuculline and insensitive to baclofen, [GABA.
A calcium channel antagonist stereoselectively decreases ethanol withdrawal hyperexcitability but not that due to bicuculline, in hippocampal slices.
Haloperidol inhibits (-) bicuculline-induced seizures and bicuculline potentiates haloperidol-induced catalepsy in mice.