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Myt1l safeguards neuronal identity by actively repressing many non-neuronal fates.

Mall M., Kareta M.S., Chanda S., Ahlenius H., Perotti N., Zhou B., Grieder S.D., Ge X., Drake S., Euong Ang C. et al.

Nature 544:245-249(2017) · UniProtKB (2) · Mapped (18)

kappa-opioid receptors are implicated in the increased potency of intra-accumbens nalmefene in ethanol-dependent rats.

Nealey K.A., Smith A.W., Davis S.M., Smith D.G., Walker B.M.

Neuropharmacology 61:35-42(2011) · Mapped (1)

Affective cue-induced escalation of alcohol self-administration and increased 22-kHz ultrasonic vocalizations during alcohol withdrawal: role of kappa-opioid receptors.

Berger A.L., Williams A.M., McGinnis M.M., Walker B.M.

Neuropsychopharmacology 38:647-654(2013) · Mapped (1)

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