BADIANI, Aldo
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 4.950
EU - Europa 1.163
AS - Asia 300
SA - Sud America 27
AF - Africa 25
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 2
OC - Oceania 2
Totale 6.469
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 4.926
IT - Italia 342
UA - Ucraina 305
IN - India 183
SE - Svezia 165
FI - Finlandia 98
CN - Cina 92
GB - Regno Unito 76
DE - Germania 61
BG - Bulgaria 33
AR - Argentina 20
CA - Canada 20
RO - Romania 17
IE - Irlanda 16
NL - Olanda 14
TG - Togo 13
TR - Turchia 12
FR - Francia 9
BE - Belgio 8
CL - Cile 7
IL - Israele 6
CM - Camerun 4
NO - Norvegia 4
SG - Singapore 4
AT - Austria 3
ES - Italia 3
MX - Messico 3
NG - Nigeria 3
RU - Federazione Russa 3
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 2
EU - Europa 2
IR - Iran 2
PT - Portogallo 2
ZA - Sudafrica 2
AU - Australia 1
BF - Burkina Faso 1
EG - Egitto 1
JP - Giappone 1
MK - Macedonia 1
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 1
PA - Panama 1
SC - Seychelles 1
SI - Slovenia 1
Totale 6.469
Città #
Fairfield 775
Woodbridge 594
Ashburn 362
Houston 350
Chandler 328
Ann Arbor 325
Seattle 309
Cambridge 265
Wilmington 250
Princeton 144
Rome 129
San Paolo di Civitate 127
Jacksonville 115
Plano 96
Lawrence 85
Millbury 65
Beijing 62
San Diego 58
Grafing 48
Boardman 41
Des Moines 40
Boston 38
Sofia 33
Andover 32
Dearborn 31
Norwalk 22
Federal 20
San Mateo 17
Dublin 15
Lomé 13
New York 13
Toronto 13
Falls Church 11
Helsinki 9
Istanbul 9
Brussels 8
Milan 8
Suceava 8
Amsterdam 6
Coquimbo 6
Ottawa 6
Provo 6
Washington 6
Auburn Hills 5
Bremen 5
Casalbordino 5
Fremont 5
Los Angeles 5
Nanjing 5
Fasano 4
Indiana 4
Philadelphia 4
Phoenix 4
Pune 4
Tappahannock 4
Acireale 3
Bristol 3
Fort Collins 3
Hefei 3
Izmir 3
Kunming 3
London 3
Nanchang 3
Redmond 3
Vienna 3
Abuja 2
Arnsberg 2
Baltimore 2
Baotou 2
Bologna 2
Buffalo 2
Cagliari 2
Chengdu 2
Chicago 2
Chiswick 2
Dallas 2
Doral 2
Florence 2
Huntington Station 2
Jefferson 2
Jerusalem 2
Jinan 2
Leawood 2
Lisbon 2
Mogliano Veneto 2
Oberhausen 2
Olevano Romano 2
Oslo 2
Padova 2
Paris 2
Pomezia 2
Reggio Calabria 2
Salamanca 2
Southend 2
Trondheim 2
Atlanta 1
Basildon 1
Brescia 1
Bühl 1
Cairo 1
Totale 5.047
Nome #
Differential vulnerability to relapse into heroin versus cocaine-seeking as a function of setting 118
Long-lasting sensitization to the accelerating effects of amphetamine on the speed of an internal clock 104
Fimbria-fornix lesions do not block sensitization to the psychomotor activating effects of amphetamine 104
Cardiovascular and hepatic toxicity of cocaine: potential beneficial effects of modulators of oxidative stress 100
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History of Psychopharmacology 97
ENHANCEMENT OF THE PROPHAGIC BUT NOT OF THE ANTIDIPSOGENIC EFFECT OF U-50,488H AFTER CHRONIC AMPHETAMINE 95
Drug induced neurobehavioral plasticity: the role of environmental context 94
Modulation of morphine sensitization in the rat by contextual stimuli 94
Signalled versus unsignalled intravenous amphetamine: Large differences in the acute psychomotor response and sensitization 93
TOLERANCE AND SENSITIZATION TO THE BEHAVIORAL-EFFECTS OF DRUGS 92
Chronic stress induces strain-dependent sensitization to the behavioral effects of amphetamine in the mouse 91
EFFECTS OF ACUTE AND CHRONIC STRESS AND OF GENOTYPE ON OXOTREMORINE-INDUCED LOCOMOTOR DEPRESSION OF MICE 91
CIRCULATING ADRENAL HORMONES ARE NOT NECESSARY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF SENSITIZATION TO THE PSYCHOMOTOR ACTIVATING EFFECTS OF AMPHETAMINE 90
The role of contextual versus discrete drug-associated cues in promoting the induction of psychomotor sensitization to intravenous amphetamine 89
Amphetamine-induced behavior, dopamine release, and c-fos mRNA expression: Modulation by environmental novelty 88
Tobacco smoking and cannabis use in a longitudinal birth cohort: evidence of reciprocal causal relationships 88
INFLUENCE OF NOVEL VERSUS HOME ENVIRONMENTS ON SENSITIZATION TO THE PSYCHOMOTOR STIMULANT EFFECTS OF COCAINE AND AMPHETAMINE 85
Environmental context and drug history modulate amphetamine-induced C-FOS mRNA expression in the basal ganglia, central extended amygdala and associated limbic forebrain 84
Modulation of the induction or expression of psychostimulant sensitization by the the circumstances surrounding drug administration 82
A comparison of two behavioral measures of psychomotor activation following intravenous amphetamine or cocaine: dose- and sensitization-dependent changes 81
Environmental novelty differentially affects c-fos mRNA expression induced by amphetamine or cocaine in subregions of the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis and amygdala 81
Susceptibility to amphetamine-induced locomotor sensitization is modulated by environmental stimuli 80
Environmental modulation of amphetamine-induced c-fos expression in D1 versus D2 striatal neurons 80
Dissociation in the modulatory effects of environmental novelty on the locomotor, analgesic, and eating response to acute and repeated morphine in the rat 79
Opposite environmental gating of the experienced utility (‘liking’) and decision utility (‘wanting’) of heroin versus cocaine in animals and humans: implications for computational neuroscience 79
INTRA-VTA INJECTIONS OF THE MU-OPIOID ANTAGONIST CTOP ENHANCE LOCOMOTOR-ACTIVITY 77
A 6-Hydroxydopamine lesion of the mesostriatal dopamine system decreases the expression of corticotropin releasing hormone and neurotensin mRNAs in the amygdala and bed nucleus of the stria terminalis 77
Amphetamine and cocaine induce different patterns of c-fos mRNA expression in the striatum and subthalamic nucleus depending on environmental context 77
The affective and neural correlates of heroin versus cocaine use in addiction are Influenced by environmental setting but in opposite directions 75
Intravenous self-administration of benzydamine, a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug with a central cannabinoidergic mechanism of action 75
THE DEVELOPMENT OF SENSITIZATION TO THE PSYCHOMOTOR STIMULANT EFFECTS OF AMPHETAMINE IS ENHANCED IN A NOVEL ENVIRONMENT 75
The effect of environment on the changes in calmodulin in rat brain produced by repeated amphetamine treatment 74
Drug Addiction: Behavioral Pharmacology of Drug Addiction in Rats 74
Addiction research and theory: a commentary on the surgeon general's report on alcohol, drugs, and health 74
Environmental modulation of the response to amphetamine: dissociation between changes in behavior and changes in dopamine and glutamate overflow in the rat striatal complex 74
Effect of alcohol on the sense of agency in healthy humans 73
Effect of repeated administrations of heroin, naltrexone, methadone, and alcohol on morphine glucuronidation in the rat 72
Cardiovascular mitochondrial dysfunction induced by cocaine: biomarkers and possible beneficial effects of modulators of oxidative stress 72
Sensitization of stress-induced feeding in rats repeatedly exposed to brief restraint: The role of corticosterone 72
A computerized system for the continuous recording and analysis of feeding, drinking, diuresis, and locomotor activity 72
Non-opioid induction of morphine-6-glucuronide synthesis is elicited by prolonged exposure of rat hepatocytes to heroin 72
The active heroin metabolite 6-acetylmorphine has robust reinforcing effects as assessed by self-administration in the rat 70
REDUCTION OF OXOTREMORINE-INDUCED ANALGESIA AFTER CHRONIC BUT NOT ACUTE RESTRAINT STRESS 70
The ability of environmental context to facilitate psychomotor sensitization to amphetamine can be dissociated from its effect on acute drug responsiveness and on conditioned responding 69
Rewarding effects of benzydamine in human and rats. 69
Dissociation in the effects of the D2/D3 dopaminergic agonist quinpirole on drinking and on vasopressin levels in the rat 68
Ketamine self-administration in the rat: evidence for a critical role of setting 68
Injection of the protein kinase C inhibitor Ro31-8220 into the nucleus accumbens attenuates the acute response to amphetamine: tissue and behavioral studies 67
The influence of environment on the induction of sensitization to the psychomotor activating effects of intravenous cocaine in rats is dose-dependent 67
Drug context differently regulates cocaine versus heroin self-administration and cocaine- versus heroin-induced Fos mRNA expression in the rat 65
Modeling the role of environment in addiction 64
The role of setting in the oral self-administration of alcohol in the rat 64
Induction of morphine-6-glucuronide synthesis by heroin self-administration in the rat 64
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VENTRAL TEGMENTAL AREA OPIOID MECHANISMS AND MODULATION OF INGESTIVE BEHAVIOR 63
Compulsive-like effects of repeated administration of quinpirole on drinking behavior in rats 63
Modulation of food intake by the k opioid U-50,488H: evidence for an effect on satiation 62
PREPARTAL CHRONIC STRESS INCREASES ANXIETY AND DECREASES AGGRESSION IN LACTATING FEMALE MICE 62
Compulsive-like effects of quinpirole on drinking behavior in rats are inhibited by substituting ethanol for water 61
Enduring enhancement of amphetamine sensitization by drug-associated environmental stimuli 60
Heroin versus cocaine: opposite choice as a function of context but not of drug history in the rat 60
The kappa opioid U-50,488H suppresses the initiation of nocturnal spontaneous drinking in normally hydrated rats 59
Opiate versus psychostimulant addiction: the differences do matter 58
Environmental modulation of drug taking 58
Environmental context modulates the ability of cocaine and amphetamine to induce c-fos mRNA expression in the neocortex, caudate nucleus, and nucleus accumbens 58
Ambience and Drug Choice: Cocaine- and Heroin-Taking as a Function of Environmental Context in Humans and Rats 56
PATOLOGIE IATROGENE DA FARMACI 55
Repeated Exposures to Heroin and/or Cadmium Alter the Rate of Formation of Morphine Glucuronides in the Rat 55
Polydrug abuse by intravenous use of heroin and tropicamide-containing eyedrops 55
In vivo chronic exposure to heroin or naltrexone selectively inhibits liver microsome formation of estradiol-3-glucuronide in the rat 54
The role of setting for ketamine abuse: clinical and preclinical evidence 54
Increased heroin intake and relapse vulnerability in intermittent relative to continuous self‐administration: sex differences in rats 54
Is a 'general' theory of addiction possible? A commentary on: a multistep general theory of transition to addiction. 53
Ultrasonic vocalization in rats self-administering heroin and cocaine in different settings: evidence of substance-specific interactions between drug and setting 53
Opposite environmental regulation of heroin and amphetamine self-administration in the rat 52
Substance-specific environmental influences on drug use and drug preference in animals and humans 52
Role of Environmental Factors in Cocaine Addiction 51
Social isolation selectively reduces hippocampal brain-derived neurotrophic factor without altering plasma corticosterone 51
Increased drinking after intra-striatal injection of the dopamine D2/D3 receptor agonist quinpirole in the rat 49
Modulatory effect of environmental context and drug history on heroin-induced psychomotor activity and fos protein expression in the rat brain 49
Potential use of modulators of oxidative stress as add-on therapy in patients with anxiety disorders 48
Environmental modulation of cocaine self-administration in the rat 48
The influence of cost manipulation on water contrafreeloading induced by repeated exposure to quinpirole in the rat 47
Distinct populations of neurons activated by heroin and cocaine in the striatum as assessed by catFISH 47
Modulatory effect of environmental stimuli on the susceptibility to amphetamine sensitization: A dose-effect study in rats 44
The cost-effectiveness of naloxone programmes for the treatment of heroin overdoses ‘on the street': a 2-year data collection by the Street Unit of the Villa Maraini Foundation 42
Environmental modulation of the interoceptive effects of amphetamine in the rat 41
Drug-induced adaptation in the catecholamine systems: on the inevitability of sensitization 37
NOVITA' IN FARMACOLOGIA 36
The role of prokineticin 2 in oxidative stress and in neuropathological processes 35
The role of environmental context in the vulnerability to relapse into heroin and cocaine seeking: a pre-clinical investigation. 29
Environmental modulation of the choice between cocaine and heroin. 27
Self-administration of the anti-inflammatory drug benzydamine in the rat: electrophysiological evidence of central glutamatergic mechanisms of action. 26
Farmacologia 26
Heroin and its metabolites: relevance to heroin use disorder 26
Substance-specific influences of setting on drug reward: an ultrasonic vocalization study in rats self-administering heroin and cocaine. 25
Context dependent effects of heroin self administration on nucleus accumbens synaptic plasticity 24
Differential reinstatement of cocaine vs. heroin seeking in rats trained to self-administer both drugs as a function of the setting of drug taking. 23
What makes heroin different: the case of morphine glcuronidation 23
Totale 6.524
Categoria #
all - tutte 15.117
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 15.117


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019730 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 154 323 253
2019/20201.678 219 60 57 92 172 214 198 209 194 123 103 37
2020/2021617 79 77 24 44 7 51 8 35 123 114 40 15
2021/20221.082 8 80 127 27 129 19 41 105 76 89 186 195
2022/20231.177 222 250 57 154 139 142 10 49 91 15 34 14
2023/2024352 29 82 25 39 28 80 33 31 2 3 0 0
Totale 6.591