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1: Catecholamine Biosynthesis, Storage, and Release.
2: Intracellular Stability of Tyrosine Hydroxylase: Phosphorylation and Proteasomal Digestion of the Enzyme.
3: Tyrosine Hydroxylase: Regulation by Feedback Inhibition and Phosphorylation.
4: GTP Cyclohydrolase Regulation: Implications for Brain Development and Function.
5: Brain Neurons Partly Expressing Dopaminergic Phenotype: Location, Development, Functional Significance, and Regulation.
6: Granins and Catecholamines: Functional Interaction in Chromaffin Cells and Adipose Tissue.
7: Interactions of Neuropeptide Y, Catecholamines, and Angiotensin at the Vascular Neuroeffector Junction.
8: Catecholamine Circuits and Brain Function.
9: Neural Circuit Mechanism for Learning Dependent on Dopamine Transmission: Roles of Striatal Direct and Indirect Pathways in Sensory Discrimination.
10: Selective Ablation of Dopamine β-Hydroxylase Neurons in the Brain by Immunotoxin-Mediated Neuronal Targeting: New Insights into Brain Catecholaminergic Circuitry and Catecholamine-Related Diseases.
11: Catecholamine/Serotonin Interactions: Systems Thinking for Brain Function and Disease.
12: The Enduring Centrality of Dopamine in the Pathophysiology of Schizophrenia: In Vivo Evidence from the Prodrome to the First Psychotic Episode.
13: Catecholamine Biomarkers, Gene Therapy, and Drug Discovery.
14: Catecholamine Metabolites Affected by the Copper-Dependent Enzyme Dopamine-Beta-Hydroxylase Provide Sensitive Biomarkers for Early Diagnosis of Menkes Disease and Viral-Mediated ATP7A Gene Therapy.
15: Biomarkers, Mechanisms, and Potential Prevention of Catecholamine Neuron Loss in Parkinson Disease.
16: AADC Deficiency: Occurring in Humans, Modeled in Rodents.
17: Role of Hypoxia and HIF2α in Development of the Sympathoadrenal Cell Lineage and Chromaffin Cell Tumors with Distinct Catecholamine Phenotypic Features.
18: Localization and Expression of VMAT2 Aross Mammalian Species: A Translational Guide for Its Visualization and Targeting in Health and Disease.
19: Catecholamine Receptors: Prototypes for GPCR-Based Drug Discovery.
20: Catecholamines and Stress.
21: Stress-Triggered Changes in Peripheral Catecholaminergic Systems.
22: Neuropeptide–Catecholamine Interactions in Stress.
23: Neuropeptide Regulation of the Locus Coeruleus and Opiate-Induced Plasticity of Stress Responses.
24: Identifying Links in the Chain: The Dynamic Coupling of Catecholamines, Peptide Synthesis, and Peptide Release in Hypothalamic Neuroendocrine Neurons.
25: Pituitary Adenylate Cyclase-Activating Polypeptide (PACAP): A Master Regulator in Central and Peripheral Stress Responses.