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Journal of Amino Acids, ISSN 2090-0104, 2017, Volume 2017, pp. 7021071 - 6
Several evidences support the hypothesis that glutamatergic dysfunction may be implicated in the pathogenesis of schizophrenia and in the last few years great... 
Schizophrenia | Methyl aspartate | Care and treatment | Motivation (Psychology) | Research | Analysis | Studies | Psychotropic drugs | Psychosis | Medical research | Pathogenesis | Cognitive ability | Hallucinations | Physiology | Alzheimers disease | Binding sites | Review
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Current Pharmaceutical Design, ISSN 1381-6128, 2019, Volume 25, Issue 4, pp. 381 - 387
Depressive disorders represent protean psychiatric illnesses with heterogeneous clinical manifestations and a multitude of comorbidities leading to severe... 
Antipsychotics | Mglur | Ketamine | Antidepressants | Nmda | Postsynaptic density | Glutamate | Depressive disorders
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FRONTIERS IN PSYCHIATRY, ISSN 1664-0640, 09/2019, Volume 10
Introduction: Cocaine use disorder (CUD) currently represents a notable public health concern, linked with significant disability, high chances of chronicity,... 
cocaine use disorder | HYPOACTIVITY | EFFICACY | PSYCHIATRY | addiction | transcranial magnetic stimulation | BASIC PRINCIPLES | PREFRONTAL CORTEX | DEPENDENCE | anxiety | anhedonia | depression | TMS | BRAIN | Cocaine | Medicine, Experimental | Medical research | Usage | Analysis | Public health
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JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY, ISSN 0271-0749, 05/2019, Volume 39, Issue 3, pp. 288 - 290
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by Ekhtiari, Hamed and Tavakoli, Hosna and Addolorato, Giovanni and Baeken, Chris and Bonci, Antonello and Campanella, Salvatore and Castelo-Branco, Luis and Challet-Bouju, Gaëlle and Clark, Vincent P and Claus, Eric and Dannon, Pinhas N and Del Felice, Alessandra and den Uyl, Tess and Diana, Marco and di Giannantonio, Massimo and Fedota, John R and Fitzgerald, Paul and Gallimberti, Luigi and Grall-Bronnec, Marie and Herremans, Sarah C and Herrmann, Martin J and Jamil, Asif and Khedr, Eman and Kouimtsidis, Christos and Kozak, Karolina and Krupitsky, Evgeny and Lamm, Claus and Lechner, William V and Madeo, Graziella and Malmir, Nastaran and Martinotti, Giovanni and McDonald, William M and Montemitro, Chiara and Nakamura-Palacios, Ester M and Nasehi, Mohammad and Noël, Xavier and Nosratabadi, Masoud and Paulus, Martin and Pettorruso, Mauro and Pradhan, Basant and Praharaj, Samir K and Rafferty, Haley and Sahlem, Gregory and Salmeron, Betty jo and Sauvaget, Anne and Schluter, Renée S and Sergiou, Carmen and Shahbabaie, Alireza and Sheffer, Christine and Spagnolo, Primavera A and Steele, Vaughn R and Yuan, Ti-fei and van Dongen, Josanne D.M and Van Waes, Vincent and Venkatasubramanian, Ganesan and Verdejo-García, Antonio and Verveer, Ilse and Welsh, Justine W and Wesley, Michael J and Witkiewitz, Katie and Yavari, Fatemeh and Zarrindast, Mohammad-Reza and Zawertailo, Laurie and Zhang, Xiaochu and Cha, Yoon-Hee and George, Tony P and Frohlich, Flavio and Goudriaan, Anna E and Fecteau, Shirley and Daughters, Stacey B and Stein, Elliot A and Fregni, Felipe and Nitsche, Michael A and Zangen, Abraham and Bikson, Marom and Hanlon, Colleen A
Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, ISSN 0149-7634, 09/2019, Volume 104, pp. 118 - 140
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by Bucci, P and Galderisi, S and Mucci, A and Rossi, A and Rocca, P and Bertolino, A and Aguglia, E and Amore, M and Andriola, I and Bellomo, A and Biondi, M and Cuomo, A and dell'Osso, L and Favaro, A and Gambi, F and Giordano, G. M and Girardi, P and Marchesi, C and Monteleone, P and Montemagni, C and Niolu, C and Oldani, L and Pacitti, F and Pinna, F and Roncone, R and Vita, A and Zeppegno, P and Maj, M and Patriarca, Sara and Pietrafesa, Daria and Aiello, Carmen and Longo, Luisa and Barone, Marina and Romano, Raffaella and Atti, Anna Rita and Barlati, Stefano and Deste, Giacomo and Valsecchi, Paolo and Carpiniello, Bernardo and Tusconi, Massimo and Puddu, Laura and Signorelli, Maria Salvina and Cannavò, Dario and Minutolo, Giuseppe and Corbo, Mariangela and Montemitro, Chiara and Baroni, Gaia and Altamura, Mario and La Montagna, Maddalena and Carnevale, Raffaella and Murri, Martino Belvederi and Calcagno, Pietro and Bugliani, Michele and Pizziconi, Giulia and Logozzo, Francesca and Rossi, Rodolfo and Giusti, Laura and Salza, Anna and Malavolta, Maurizio and Orsenigo, Giulia and Grassi, Silvia and Bartolomeis, Andrea and Gramaglia, Carla and Gattoni, Eleonora and Gambaro, Eleonora and Tenconi, Elena and Ferronato, Luisa and Collantoni, Enrico and Tonna, Matteo and Ossola, Paolo and Gerra, Maria Lidia and Carmassi, Claudia and Cremone, Ivan Mirko and Carpita, Barbara and Buzzanca, Antonio and Girardi, Nicoletta and Frascarelli, Marianna and Casale, Antonio and Comparelli, Anna and Corigliano, Valentina and Siracusano, Alberto and Lorenzo, Giorgio and Ribolsi, Michele and Corrivetti, Giulio and Bartoli, Luca and Buono, Gianfranco and Fagiolini, Andrea and Bolognesi, Simone and Goracci, Arianna and Mancini, Irene and Bava, Irene and Cardillo, Simona and Italian Network Res Psychoses and Italian Network for Research on Psychoses
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, ISSN 0001-690X, 09/2018, Volume 138, Issue 3, pp. 253 - 266
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by Ekhtiari, Hamed and Tavakoli, Hosna and Addolorato, Giovanni and Baeken, Chris and Bonci, Antonello and Campanella, Salvatore and Castelo-Branco, Luis and Challet-Bouju, Gaëlle and Clark, Vincent P and Claus, Eric and Dannon, Pinhas N and del Felice, Alessana and den Uyl, Tess and Diana, Marco and di Giannantonio, Massimo and Fedota, John R and Fitzgerald, Paul and Gallimberti, Luigi and Grall-Bronnec, Marie and Herremans, Sarah C and Herrmann, Martin J and Jamil, Asif and Khe, Eman and Kouimtsidis, Christos and Kozak, Karolina and Krupitsky, Evgeny and Lamm, Claus and Lechner, William V and Madeo, Graziella and Malmir, Nastaran and Martinotti, Giovanni and McDonald, William M and Montemitro, Chiara and Nakamura-Palacios, Ester M and Nasehi, Mohammad and Noël, Xavier and Nosratabadi, Masoud and Paulus, Martin and Pettorruso, Mauro and Pradhan, Basant and Praharaj, Samir K and Rafferty, Haley and Sahlem, Gregory and Salmeron, Betty jo and Sauvaget, Anne and Schluter, Renée S and Sergiou, Carmen and Shahbabaie, Alireza and Sheffer, Christine and Spagnolo, Primavera A and Steele, Vaughn R and Yuan, Ti-fei and van Dongen, Josanne D. M and van Waes, Vincent and Venkatasubramanian, Ganesan and Verdejo-García, Antonio and Verveer, Ilse and Welsh, Justine W and Wesley, Michael J and Witkiewitz, Katie and Yavari, Fateme and Zarrindast, Mohammad-Reza and Zawertailo, Laurie and Zhang, Xiaochu and Cha, Yoon-Hee and George, Tony P and Frohlich, Flavio and Gouiaan, Anna E and Fecteau, Shirley and Daughters, Stacey B and Stein, Elliot A and Fregni, Felipe and Nitsche, Michael A and Zangen, Abraham and Bikson, Marom and Hanlon, Colleen A
07/2019, Volume 104
There is growing interest in non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) as a novel treatment option for substance-use disorders (SUDs). Recent momentum stems from a... 
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JAMA Psychiatry, ISSN 2168-622X, 04/2018, Volume 75, Issue 4, pp. 396 - 404
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