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    Philip Groves

    TitleEmeritus Professor
    SchoolUniversity of California, San Diego
    DepartmentPsychiatry
    Address9500 Gilman Drive #0603
    CA La Jolla 92093
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      TRAINING PROGRAM-BASIC SCIENCE FOUNDATIONS OF PSYCHIATRY
      NIH/NIMH T32MH018398Jul 1, 1987 - Jun 30, 1996
      Role: Principal Investigator
      MECHANISM OF ACTION OF DRUGS OF ABUSE--AMPHETAMINE
      NIH/NIDA R01DA002854Jun 1, 1980 - Mar 31, 2006
      Role: Co-Principal Investigator
      NOVEL MODES OF ACTION OF ABUSED DRUGS
      NIH/NIDA K05DA000079Jun 1, 1980 - Aug 31, 2003
      Role: Principal Investigator
      MECHANISMS OF ACTION OF DRUGS OF ABUSE--AMPHETAMINE
      NIH/NIDA R37DA002854Jun 1, 1980 - Mar 31, 1999
      Role: Principal Investigator

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      1. Martone ME, Young SJ, Armstrong DM, Groves P. The distribution of cholinergic perikarya with respect to enkephalin-rich patches in the caudate nucleus of the adult cat. J Chem Neuroanat. 1994 Nov; 8(1):47-59. PMID: 7893420.
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      2. Martone ME, Armstrong DM, Young SJ, Groves P. Cholinergic neurons are distributed preferentially in areas rich in substance P-like immunoreactivity in the caudate nucleus of the adult cat. Neuroscience. 1993 Oct; 56(3):567-79. PMID: 7504794.
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      3. Martone ME, Armstrong DM, Young SJ, Groves P. Ultrastructural examination of enkephalin and substance P input to cholinergic neurons within the rat neostriatum. Brain Res. 1992 Oct 30; 594(2):253-62. PMID: 1280527.
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      4. Sawyer SF, Martone ME, Groves P. A GABA immunocytochemical study of rat motor thalamus: light and electron microscopic observations. Neuroscience. 1991; 42(1):103-24. PMID: 1713652.
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      5. Fisher LJ, Young SJ, Tepper JM, Groves P, Gage FH. Electrophysiological characteristics of cells within mesencephalon suspension grafts. Neuroscience. 1991; 40(1):109-22. PMID: 2052146.
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      6. Gariano RF, Young SJ, Jeste DV, Segal DS, Groves P. Effects of long-term administration of haloperidol on electrophysiologic properties of rat mesencephalic neurons. J Pharmacol Exp Ther. 1990 Oct; 255(1):108-13. PMID: 2213545.
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      7. Fisher LJ, Young SJ, Groves P, Gage FH. Extracellular properties of cells within mesencephalon suspension grafts in rat striatum. Prog Brain Res. 1990; 82:473-9. PMID: 2127113.
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      8. Ryan LJ, Martone ME, Linder JC, Groves P. Continuous amphetamine administration induces tyrosine hydroxylase immunoreactive patches in the adult rat neostriatum. Brain Res Bull. 1988 Jul; 21(1):133-7. PMID: 2905931.
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      9. Groves P, Martone M, Young SJ, Armstrong DM. Three-dimensional pattern of enkephalin-like immunoreactivity in the caudate nucleus of the cat. J Neurosci. 1988 Mar; 8(3):892-900. PMID: 3346727.
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      10. Ryan LJ, Martone ME, Linder JC, Groves P. Cocaine, in contrast to D-amphetamine, does not cause axonal terminal degeneration in neostriatum and agranular frontal cortex of Long-Evans rats. Life Sci. 1988; 43(17):1403-9. PMID: 3185100.
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