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Kieffer BL.  2019.  An Anti-Opioid System, Courtesy of a Worm Model.. N Engl J Med. 381(21):2067-2069.
Varga AG, Reid BT, Kieffer BL, Levitt ES.  2019.  Differential impact of two critical respiratory centres in opioid-induced respiratory depression in awake mice.. J Physiol.
Dripps IJ, Bertels Z, Moye LS, Tipton AF, Siegersma K, Baca SM, Kieffer BL, Pradhan AA.  2020.  Forebrain delta opioid receptors regulate the response of delta agonist in models of migraine and opioid-induced hyperalgesia.. Sci Rep. 10(1):17629.
Martínez-Navarro M, Cabañero D, Wawrzczak-Bargiela A, Robé A, Gaveriaux-Ruff C, Kieffer BL, Przewlocki R, Baños JE, Maldonado R.  2019.  Mu and delta opioid receptors play opposite nociceptive and behavioural roles on nerve-injured mice.. Br J Pharmacol.
Targowska-Duda KM, Ozawa A, Bertels Z, Cippitelli A, Marcus JL, Mielke-Maday HK, Zribi G, Rainey AN, Kieffer BL, Pradhan AA et al..  2020.  NOP receptor agonist attenuates nitroglycerin-induced migraine-like symptoms in mice.. Neuropharmacology. 170:108029.
Nasseef MTaufiq, Singh JPuneet, Ehrlich AT, McNicholas M, Park DWoon, Ma W, Kulkarni P, Kieffer BL, Darcq E.  2019.  Oxycodone-Mediated Activation of the Mu Opioid Receptor Reduces Whole Brain Functional Connectivity in Mice.. ACS Pharmacol Transl Sci. 2(4):264-274.
Sikora J, Kieffer BL, Paoletti P, Ouagazzal A-M.  2019.  Synaptic zinc contributes to motor and cognitive deficits in 6-hydroxydopamine mouse models of Parkinson's disease.. Neurobiol Dis. 134:104681.
Bailly J, Del Rossi N, Runtz L, Li J-J, Park DW, Scherrer G, Tanti A, Birling M-C, Darcq E, Kieffer BL.  2020.  Targeting Morphine-Responsive Neurons: Generation of a Knock-In Mouse Line Expressing Cre Recombinase from the Mu-Opioid Receptor Gene Locus.. eNeuro. 7(3)
Severino AL, Mittal N, Hakimian JK, Velarde N, Minasyan A, Albert R, Torres C, Romaneschi N, Johnston C, Tiwari S et al..  2020.  μ-Opioid Receptors on Distinct Neuronal Populations Mediate Different Aspects of Opioid Reward-Related Behaviors.. eNeuro. 7(5)