Eero Vasar
Eero Vasar
Professor of Physiology, University of Tartu
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Strain and gender differences in the behavior of mouse lines commonly used in transgenic studies
V Võikar, S Kõks, E Vasar, H Rauvala
Physiology & behavior 72 (1-2), 271-281, 2001
Long‐term individual housing in C57BL/6J and DBA/2 mice: assessment of behavioral consequences
V Voikar, A Polus, E Vasar, H Rauvala
Genes, Brain and Behavior 4 (4), 240-252, 2005
CCK in animal and human research on anxiety
J Harro, E Vasar, J Bradwejn
Trends in Pharmacological Sciences 14 (6), 244-249, 1993
Behavioral alterations induced by repeated testing in C57BL/6J and 129S2/Sv mice: implications for phenotyping screens
V Voikar, E Vasar, H Rauvala
Genes, Brain and Behavior 3 (1), 27-38, 2004
Antidepressant-and anxiolytic-like effects of selective neuronal NOS inhibitor 1-(2-trifluoromethylphenyl)-imidazole in mice
V Volke, G Wegener, M Bourin, E Vasar
Behavioural brain research 140 (1-2), 141-147, 2003
Evaluation of viscoelastic parameters of the skeletal muscles in junior triathletes
G Gavronski, A Veraksitš, E Vasar, J Maaroos
Physiological Measurement 28 (6), 625, 2007
7-Nitroindazole, a nitric oxide synthase inhibitor, has anxiolytic-like properties in exploratory models of anxiety
V Volke, A Soosaar, S Ko˜ ks, M Bourin, PT Männistö, E Vasar
Psychopharmacology 131, 399-405, 1997
Rats with anxious or non-anxious type of exploratory behaviour differ in their brain CCK-8 and benzodiazepine receptor characteristics
J Harro, RA Kiivet, A Lang, E Vasar
Behavioural brain research 39 (1), 63-71, 1990
Role of mitochondrial dynamics in neuronal development: mechanism for Wolfram syndrome
M Cagalinec, M Liiv, Z Hodurova, MA Hickey, A Vaarmann, M Mandel, ...
PLoS biology 14 (7), e1002511, 2016
Evidence that CCKB receptors mediate the regulation of exploratory behaviour in the rat
J Harro, E Vasar
European journal of pharmacology 193 (3), 379-381, 1991
Anxiogenic-like action of caerulein, a CCK-8 receptor agonist, in the mouse: influence of acute and subchronic diazepam treatment
J Harro, M Põld, E Vasar
Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology 341, 62-67, 1990
Association study of 90 candidate gene polymorphisms in panic disorder
E Maron, T Nikopensius, S Koks, S Altmäe, E Heinaste, K Vabrit, ...
Psychiatric genetics 15 (1), 17-24, 2005
Effects of citalopram treatment on behavioural, cardiovascular and neuroendocrine response to cholecystokinin tetrapeptide challenge in patients with panic disorder.
J Shlik, A Aluoja, V Vasar, E Vasar, T Podar, J Bradwejn
Journal of Psychiatry and Neuroscience 22 (5), 332, 1997
Impaired exploratory behaviour after DSP-4 treatment in rats: implications for the increased anxiety after noradrenergic denervation
J Harro, L Oreland, E Vasar, J Bradwejn
European Neuropsychopharmacology 5 (4), 447-455, 1995
Inhibition of nitric oxide synthase causes anxiolytic-like behaviour in an elevated plus-maze
V Volke, S Kõks, E Vasar, M Bourin, J Bradwejn, PT Männistö
Neuroreport 6 (10), 1413-1416, 1995
Behavioural differences between C57BL/6 and 129S6/SvEv strains are reinforced by environmental enrichment
U Abramov, T Puussaar, S Raud, K Kurrikoff, E Vasar
Neuroscience letters 443 (3), 223-227, 2008
Distribution of Wfs1 protein in the central nervous system of the mouse and its relation to clinical symptoms of the Wolfram syndrome
H Luuk, S Koks, M Plaas, J Hannibal, JF Rehfeld, E Vasar
Journal of Comparative Neurology 509 (6), 642-660, 2008
Long-term diazepam treatment produces changes in cholecystokinin receptor binding in rat brain
J Harro, A Lang, E Vasar
European journal of pharmacology 180 (1), 77-83, 1990
Possible relations between the polymorphisms of the cytokines IL-19, IL-20 and IL-24 and plaque-type psoriasis
S Koks, K Kingo, K Vabrit, R Rätsep, M Karelson, H Silm, E Vasar
Genes & Immunity 6 (5), 407-415, 2005
IL-10 promoter polymorphisms influence disease severity and course in psoriasis
K Kingo, S Koks, H Silm, E Vasar
Genes & Immunity 4 (6), 455-457, 2003
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