Galanin Agonists

Tamas Bartfai (Inventor), Susana Conde Ceide (Inventor), Gebhard Haberhauer (Inventor), Somogyi Laszlo (Inventor), Julius, Jr Rebek (Inventor), Laurent Alain Claude Trembleau (Inventor)

Research output: Patent

Abstract

Galmic, a non-peptide galanin receptor agonist, affects behaviors in seizure, pain and forced swim tests.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2006

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Galanin Receptors
Galanin
Seizures
Pain
galmic

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Bartfai, T., Conde Ceide, S., Haberhauer, G., Laszlo, S., Rebek, J. J., & Trembleau, L. A. C. (2006). Galanin Agonists.

Galanin Agonists. / Bartfai, Tamas (Inventor); Conde Ceide, Susana (Inventor); Haberhauer, Gebhard (Inventor); Laszlo, Somogyi (Inventor); Rebek, Julius, Jr (Inventor); Trembleau, Laurent Alain Claude (Inventor).

Research output: Patent

Bartfai, T, Conde Ceide, S, Haberhauer, G, Laszlo, S, Rebek, JJ & Trembleau, LAC 2006, Galanin Agonists.
Bartfai T, Conde Ceide S, Haberhauer G, Laszlo S, Rebek JJ, Trembleau LAC, inventors. Galanin Agonists. 2006.
Bartfai, Tamas (Inventor) ; Conde Ceide, Susana (Inventor) ; Haberhauer, Gebhard (Inventor) ; Laszlo, Somogyi (Inventor) ; Rebek, Julius, Jr (Inventor) ; Trembleau, Laurent Alain Claude (Inventor). / Galanin Agonists.
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