Ingredient ID 307 
Chinese Pronunciation SHEXIANG 
English Name Musk  
Latin Name Moschus  
Aliases XiangJiZi
DangMenZi
SheJiXiang
SiWeiChou
LaZi  
Cancers Liver
Nasopharynx
Breast
Skin
Abdomen  
Identified Compounds
12

order by name

1. 5beta-androstan-3alpha,17alpha-diol

   C20H34O2   306.49
  ID:323

2. 5beta-androstan-3alpha,17beta-diol

   C20H34O2   306.49
  ID:324

3. 5alpha-androstan-3,17-dione

   C20H30O2   302.46
  ID:325

4. 5beta-androstan-3,17-dione

   C20H30O2   302.46
  ID:326

5. Androst-4,6-diene-3,17-dione

   C20H26O2   298.42
  ID:327

6. Androst-4-ene-3,17-dione

   C20H28O2   300.44
  ID:328

7. Androsterone

   C19H30O2   290.44
  ID:329

8. Muscone

   C16H30O   238.41
  ID:4533

9. Muscopyridine

   C16H25N   231.38
  ID:4534

10. Normuscone

   C15H28O   224.39
  ID:4769

11. Androstane

   C19H32   260.46
  ID:6965

12. Epiandrosterone

   C19H30O2   290.44
  ID:7203

 
Recipes that contain
SHEXIANG
  1. 4      ShengLiDan
  2. 40      QiChongSan
  3. 81      ShanWuSan
  4. 83      GongJingAiDing
  5. 100      QiXiaoWan
  6. 174      LaoLiuWan
  7. 184      GuLiuFen
  8. 208      ShengLiDan
  9. 228      ShiGuanAiFang
  10. 270      QiChongSan
  11. 285      XiaoAiGaoYao
  12. 333      BiAiFangII
  13. 335      GongJingWan(Fen)
  14. 339      HeiBeiGao
  15. 343      ShanWuSan
  16. 344      ZhengAiPian
  17. 344      ZhengAiPian
  18. 345      GongJingAiDing(San)
  19. 345      GongJingAiDing(San)
  20. 350      506San(Shuan)
  21. 352      YuHuangWan
  22. 354      615San
  23. 362      HeYueSan
  24. 364      HuangBaiSan
  25. 380      QiXiaoWan
  26. 422      LiuXiaoGao
  27. 425      BaiJiangDan
  28. 469      TuoDuWan
  29. 470      NaoLiuWan
  30. 475      GuLiuFen
  31. 478      XiaoZhongYiAiSan
  32. 492      KaiGuanSan
 

Available references (order by impact factor):

1:  DeChiara TM, Bowen DC, Valenzuela DM, Simmons MV, Poueymirou WT, Thomas S, Kinetz E, Compton DL, Rojas E, Park JS, Smith C, DiStefano PS, Glass DJ, Burden SJ, Yancopoulos GD.
The receptor tyrosine kinase MuSK is required for neuromuscular junction formation in vivo.
Cell.    impact factor:   36.242
1996;  85(4): 501-12

2:  Glass DJ, Bowen DC, Stitt TN, Radziejewski C, Bruno J, Ryan TE, Gies DR, Shah S, Mattsson K, Burden SJ, DiStefano PS, Valenzuela DM, DeChiara TM, Yancopoulos GD.
Agrin acts via a MuSK receptor complex.
Cell.    impact factor:   36.242
1996;  85(4): 513-23

3:  DeChiara TM, Kimble RB, Poueymirou WT, Rojas J, Masiakowski P, Valenzuela DM, Yancopoulos GD.
Ror2, encoding a receptor-like tyrosine kinase, is required for cartilage and growth plate development.
Nat Genet.    impact factor:   30.693
2000;  24(3): 271-4

4:  Post E, Forchhammer MC.
Synchronization of animal population dynamics by large-scale climate.
Nature.    impact factor:   29.491
2002;  420(6912): 168-71

5:  Lin W, Burgess RW, Dominguez B, Pfaff SL, Sanes JR, Lee KF.
Distinct roles of nerve and muscle in postsynaptic differentiation of the neuromuscular synapse.
Nature.    impact factor:   29.491
2001;  410(6832): 1057-64

6:  Forrester WC, Dell M, Perens E, Garriga G.
A C. elegans Ror receptor tyrosine kinase regulates cell motility and asymmetric cell division.
Nature.    impact factor:   29.491
1999;  400(6747): 881-5

7:  Slater CR.
Agrin signals at the junction.
Nature.    impact factor:   29.491
1996;  381(6582): 478-9

8:  Hoch W, McConville J, Helms S, Newsom-Davis J, Melms A, Vincent A.
Auto-antibodies to the receptor tyrosine kinase MuSK in patients with myasthenia gravis without acetylcholine receptor antibodies.
Nat Med.    impact factor:   26.584
2001;  7(3): 365-8

9:  Wickelgren I.
Synapse-making molecules revealed.
Science.    impact factor:   24.595
1996;  272(5265): 1100

10:  Ruegg MA, Bixby JL.
Agrin orchestrates synaptic differentiation at the vertebrate neuromuscular junction.
Trends Neurosci.    impact factor:   19.925
1998;  21(1): 22-7

11:  Luo ZG, Wang Q, Zhou JZ, Wang J, Luo Z, Liu M, He X, Wynshaw-Boris A, Xiong WC, Lu B, Mei L.
Regulation of AChR clustering by Dishevelled interacting with MuSK and PAK1.
Neuron.    impact factor:   16.782
2002;  35(3): 489-505

12:  Yang X, Arber S, William C, Li L, Tanabe Y, Jessell TM, Birchmeier C, Burden SJ.
Patterning of muscle acetylcholine receptor gene expression in the absence of motor innervation.
Neuron.    impact factor:   16.782
2001;  30(2): 399-410

13:  Apel ED, Glass DJ, Moscoso LM, Yancopoulos GD, Sanes JR.
Rapsyn is required for MuSK signaling and recruits synaptic components to a MuSK-containing scaffold.
Neuron.    impact factor:   16.782
1997;  18(4): 623-35

14:  Gillespie SK, Balasubramanian S, Fung ET, Huganir RL.
Rapsyn clusters and activates the synapse-specific receptor tyrosine kinase MuSK.
Neuron.    impact factor:   16.782
1996;  16(5): 953-62

15:  Valenzuela DM, Stitt TN, DiStefano PS, Rojas E, Mattsson K, Compton DL, Nunez L, Park JS, Stark JL, Gies DR, et al.
Receptor tyrosine kinase specific for the skeletal muscle lineage: expression in embryonic muscle, at the neuromuscular junction, and after injury.
Neuron.    impact factor:   16.782
1995;  15(3): 573-84

16:  Marangi PA, Forsayeth JR, Mittaud P, Erb-Vogtli S, Blake DJ, Moransard M, Sander A, Fuhrer C.
Acetylcholine receptors are required for agrin-induced clustering of postsynaptic proteins.
EMBO J.    impact factor:   13.973
2001;  20(24): 7060-73

17:  Herbst R, Burden SJ.
The juxtamembrane region of MuSK has a critical role in agrin-mediated signaling.
EMBO J.    impact factor:   13.973
2000;  19(1): 67-77

18:  Fuhrer C, Sugiyama JE, Taylor RG, Hall ZW.
Association of muscle-specific kinase MuSK with the acetylcholine receptor in mammalian muscle.
EMBO J.    impact factor:   13.973
1997;  16(16): 4951-60

19:  Marangi PA, Wieland ST, Fuhrer C.
Laminin-1 redistributes postsynaptic proteins and requires rapsyn, tyrosine phosphorylation, and Src and Fyn to stably cluster acetylcholine receptors.
J Cell Biol.    impact factor:   12.88
2002;  157(5): 883-95

20:  Hagiwara H, Fallon JR.
Shaping membrane architecture: agrins in and out of the synapse.
J Cell Biol.    impact factor:   12.88
2001;  153(7): F39-42

21:  Sander A, Hesser BA, Witzemann V.
MuSK induces in vivo acetylcholine receptor clusters in a ligand-independent manner.
J Cell Biol.    impact factor:   12.88
2001;  155(7): 1287-96

22:  Strochlic L, Cartaud A, Labas V, Hoch W, Rossier J, Cartaud J.
MAGI-1c: a synaptic MAGUK interacting with muSK at the vertebrate neuromuscular junction.
J Cell Biol.    impact factor:   12.88
2001;  153(5): 1127-32

23:  Zhou H, Glass DJ, Yancopoulos GD, Sanes JR.
Distinct domains of MuSK mediate its abilities to induce and to associate with postsynaptic specializations.
J Cell Biol.    impact factor:   12.88
1999;  146(5): 1133-46

24:  Montanaro F, Lindenbaum M, Carbonetto S.
alpha-Dystroglycan is a laminin receptor involved in extracellular matrix assembly on myotubes and muscle cell viability.
J Cell Biol.    impact factor:   12.88
1999;  145(6): 1325-40

25:  Sugiyama JE, Glass DJ, Yancopoulos GD, Hall ZW.
Laminin-induced acetylcholine receptor clustering: an alternative pathway.
J Cell Biol.    impact factor:   12.88
1997;  139(1): 181-91

26:  Xie MH, Yuan J, Adams C, Gurney A.
Direct demonstration of MuSK involvement in acetylcholine receptor clustering through identification of agonist ScFv.
Nat Biotechnol.    impact factor:   10.117
1997;  15(8): 768-71

27:  Wallace B.
scFvs get down to basics: how MuSK makes synapses.
Nat Biotechnol.    impact factor:   10.117
1997;  15(8): 721-2

28:  Herbst R, Avetisova E, Burden SJ.
Restoration of synapse formation in Musk mutant mice expressing a Musk/Trk chimeric receptor.
Development.    impact factor:   10.088
2002;  129(23): 5449-60

29:  Colledge M, Froehner SC.
Signals mediating ion channel clustering at the neuromuscular junction.
Curr Opin Neurobiol.    impact factor:   9.287
1998;  8(3): 357-63

30:  Sanes JR.
Genetic analysis of postsynaptic differentiation at the vertebrate neuromuscular junction.
Curr Opin Neurobiol.    impact factor:   9.287
1997;  7(1): 93-100

31:  Glass DJ, Yancopoulos GD.
Sequential roles of agrin, MuSK and rapsyn during neuromuscular junction formation.
Curr Opin Neurobiol.    impact factor:   9.287
1997;  7(3): 379-84

32:  Mohamed AS, Rivas-Plata KA, Kraas JR, Saleh SM, Swope SL.
Src-class kinases act within the agrin/MuSK pathway to regulate acetylcholine receptor phosphorylation, cytoskeletal anchoring, and clustering.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
2001;  21(11): 3806-18

33:  Terrado J, Burgess RW, DeChiara T, Yancopoulos G, Sanes JR, Kato AC.
Motoneuron survival is enhanced in the absence of neuromuscular junction formation in embryos.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
2001;  21(9): 3144-50

34:  Nguyen QT, Son YJ, Sanes JR, Lichtman JW.
Nerve terminals form but fail to mature when postsynaptic differentiation is blocked: in vivo analysis using mammalian nerve-muscle chimeras.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
2000;  20(16): 6077-86

35:  Trinidad JC, Fischbach GD, Cohen JB.
The Agrin/MuSK signaling pathway is spatially segregated from the neuregulin/ErbB receptor signaling pathway at the neuromuscular junction.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
2000;  20(23): 8762-70

36:  Fuhrer C, Gautam M, Sugiyama JE, Hall ZW.
Roles of rapsyn and agrin in interaction of postsynaptic proteins with acetylcholine receptors.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
1999;  19(15): 6405-16

37:  Jones G, Moore C, Hashemolhosseini S, Brenner HR.
Constitutively active MuSK is clustered in the absence of agrin and induces ectopic postsynaptic-like membranes in skeletal muscle fibers.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
1999;  19(9): 3376-83

38:  Jacobson C, Montanaro F, Lindenbaum M, Carbonetto S, Ferns M.
alpha-Dystroglycan functions in acetylcholine receptor aggregation but is not a coreceptor for agrin-MuSK signaling.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
1998;  18(16): 6340-8

39:  Montanaro F, Gee SH, Jacobson C, Lindenbaum MH, Froehner SC, Carbonetto S.
Laminin and alpha-dystroglycan mediate acetylcholine receptor aggregation via a MuSK-independent pathway.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
1998;  18(4): 1250-60

40:  Meier T, Hauser DM, Chiquet M, Landmann L, Ruegg MA, Brenner HR.
Neural agrin induces ectopic postsynaptic specializations in innervated muscle fibers.
J Neurosci.    impact factor:   8.955
1997;  17(17): 6534-44

41:  Masiakowski P, Yancopoulos GD.
The Wnt receptor CRD domain is also found in MuSK and related orphan receptor tyrosine kinases.
Curr Biol.    impact factor:   8.733
1998;  8(12): R407

42:  Drachman DB, Jones RJ, Brodsky RA.
Treatment of refractory myasthenia: "Rebooting" with high-dose cyclophosphamide.
Ann Neurol.    impact factor:   8.321
2003;  53(1): 29-34

43:  Watty A, Burden SJ.
MuSK Glycosylation Restrains MuSK Activation and Acetylcholine Receptor Clustering.
J Biol Chem.    impact factor:   7.666
2002;  277(52): 50457-62

44:  Mittaud P, Marangi PA, Erb-Vogtli S, Fuhrer C.
Agrin-induced activation of acetylcholine receptor-bound Src family kinases requires Rapsyn and correlates with acetylcholine receptor clustering.
J Biol Chem.    impact factor:   7.666
2001;  276(17): 14505-13

45:  Apel ED, Lewis RM, Grady RM, Sanes JR.
Syne-1, a dystrophin- and Klarsicht-related protein associated with synaptic nuclei at the neuromuscular junction.
J Biol Chem.    impact factor:   7.666
2000;  275(41): 31986-95

46:  Hopf C, Hoch W.
Dimerization of the muscle-specific kinase induces tyrosine phosphorylation of acetylcholine receptors and their aggregation on the surface of myotubes.
J Biol Chem.    impact factor:   7.666
1998;  273(11): 6467-73

47:  Ito T, Hayashi Y, Ohmori S, Oda S, Seo H.
Molecular cloning of sucrase-isomaltase cDNA in the house musk shrew Suncus murinus and identification of a mutation responsible for isolated sucrase deficiency.
J Biol Chem.    impact factor:   7.666
1998;  273(26): 16464-9

48:  Meier T, Wallace BG.
Formation of the neuromuscular junction: molecules and mechanisms.
Bioessays.    impact factor:   7.649
1998;  20(10): 819-29

49:  Wallace BG.
Signaling mechanisms mediating synapse formation.
Bioessays.    impact factor:   7.649
1996;  18(10): 777-80

50:  Mikko S, Roed K, Schmutz S, Andersson L.
Monomorphism and polymorphism at Mhc DRB loci in domestic and wild ruminants.
Immunol Rev.    impact factor:   7.27
1999;  167: 169-78

51:  Bennett MR.
Synapse formation molecules in muscle and autonomic ganglia: the dual constraint hypothesis.
Prog Neurobiol.    impact factor:   7.09
1999;  57(2): 225-87

52:  Heathcote RD, Ekman JM, Campbell KP, Godfrey EW.
Dystroglycan overexpression in vivo alters acetylcholine receptor aggregation at the neuromuscular junction.
Dev Biol.    impact factor:   6.049
2000;  227(2): 595-605

53:  Bowen DC, Park JS, Bodine S, Stark JL, Valenzuela DM, Stitt TN, Yancopoulos GD, Lindsay RM, Glass DJ, DiStefano PS.
Localization and regulation of MuSK at the neuromuscular junction.
Dev Biol.    impact factor:   6.049
1998;  199(2): 309-19

54:  Xia B, Martin PT.
Modulation of agrin binding and activity by the CT and related carbohydrate antigens.
Mol Cell Neurosci.    impact factor:   5.654
2002;  19(4): 539-51

55:  Hashemolhosseini S, Moore C, Landmann L, Sander A, Schwarz H, Witzemann V, Sakmann B, Brenner HR.
Electrical activity and postsynapse formation in adult muscle: gamma-AChRs are not required.
Mol Cell Neurosci.    impact factor:   5.654
2000;  16(6): 697-707

56:  Ip FC, Glass DG, Gies DR, Cheung J, Lai KO, Fu AK, Yancopoulos GD, Ip NY.
Cloning and characterization of muscle-specific kinase in chicken.
Mol Cell Neurosci.    impact factor:   5.654
2000;  16(5): 661-73

57:  Jones MA, Werle MJ.
Nitric oxide is a downstream mediator of agrin-induced acetylcholine receptor aggregation.
Mol Cell Neurosci.    impact factor:   5.654
2000;  16(5): 649-60

58:  Luck G, Hoch W, Hopf C, Blottner D.
Nitric oxide synthase (NOS-1) coclustered with agrin-induced AChR-specializations on cultured skeletal myotubes.
Mol Cell Neurosci.    impact factor:   5.654
2000;  16(3): 269-81

59:  Parkhomovskiy N, Kammesheidt A, Martin PT.
N-acetyllactosamine and the CT carbohydrate antigen mediate agrin-dependent activation of MuSK and acetylcholine receptor clustering in skeletal muscle.
Mol Cell Neurosci.    impact factor:   5.654
2000;  15(4): 380-97

60:  Meyer G, Wallace BG.
Recruitment of a nicotinic acetylcholine receptor mutant lacking cytoplasmic tyrosine residues in its beta subunit into agrin-induced aggregates.
Mol Cell Neurosci.    impact factor:   5.654
1998;  11(5-6): 324-33

61:  Huh KH, Fuhrer C.
Clustering of nicotinic acetylcholine receptors: from the neuromuscular junction to interneuronal synapses.
Mol Neurobiol.    impact factor:   5.623
2002;  25(1): 79-112

62:  Daniels MP.
Intercellular communication that mediates formation of the neuromuscular junction.
Mol Neurobiol.    impact factor:   5.623
1997;  14(3): 143-70

63:  Langedijk AC, Spinelli S, Anguille C, Hermans P, Nederlof J, Butenandt J, Honegger A, Cambillau C, Pluckthun A.
Insight into odorant perception: the crystal structure and binding characteristics of antibody fragments directed against the musk odorant traseolide.
J Mol Biol.    impact factor:   5.501
1999;  292(4): 855-69

64:  Langedijk AC, Honegger A, Maat J, Planta RJ, van Schaik RC, Pluckthun A.
The nature of antibody heavy chain residue H6 strongly influences the stability of a VH domain lacking the disulfide bridge.
J Mol Biol.    impact factor:   5.501
1998;  283(1): 95-110

65:  Temple JL, Millar RP, Rissman EF.
An evolutionarily conserved form of gonadotropin-releasing hormone coordinates energy and reproductive behavior.
Endocrinology.    impact factor:   5.365
2003;  144(1): 13-9

66:  Dellovade TL, Ottinger MA, Rissman EF.
Mating alters gonadotropin-releasing hormone cell number and content.
Endocrinology.    impact factor:   5.365
1995;  136(4): 1648-57

67:  Dellovade TL, Rissman EF.
Gonadotropin-releasing hormone-immunoreactive cell numbers change in response to social interactions.
Endocrinology.    impact factor:   5.365
1994;  134(5): 2189-97

68:  Blaustein JD.
Cytoplasmic estrogen receptors in rat brain: immunocytochemical evidence using three antibodies with distinct epitopes.
Endocrinology.    impact factor:   5.365
1992;  131(3): 1336-42

69:  Gatesy J, Arctander P.
Hidden morphological support for the phylogenetic placement of Pseudoryx nghetinhensis with bovine bovids: a combined analysis of gross anatomical evidence and DNA sequences from five genes.
Syst Biol.    impact factor:   5.309
2000;  49(3): 515-38

70:  Plested CP, Tang T, Spreadbury I, Littleton ET, Kishore U, Vincent A.
AChR phosphorylation and indirect inhibition of AChR function in seronegative MG.
Neurology.    impact factor:   5.232
2002;  59(11): 1682-8

71:  Abicht A, Lochmuller H.
What's in the serum of seronegative MG and LEMS?: MuSK et al.
Neurology.    impact factor:   5.232
2002;  59(11): 1672-3

72:  Kafferlein HU, Goen T, Angerer J.
Musk xylene: analysis, occurrence, kinetics, and toxicology.
Crit Rev Toxicol.    impact factor:   4.906
1998;  28(5): 431-76

73:  Gerberick GF, Ryan CA, Von Bargen EC, Stuard SB, Ridder GM.
Examination of tetrachlorosalicylanilide (TCSA) photoallergy using in vitro photohapten-modified Langerhans cell-enriched epidermal cells.
J Invest Dermatol.    impact factor:   4.903
1991;  97(2): 210-8

74:  Gerberick GF, Ryan CA, Fletcher ER, Howard AD, Robinson MK.
Increased number of dendritic cells in draining lymph nodes accompanies the generation of contact photosensitivity.
J Invest Dermatol.    impact factor:   4.903
1991;  96(3): 355-61

75:  Berset JD, Bigler P, Herren D.
Analysis of nitro musk compounds and their amino metabolites in liquid sewage sludges using NMR and mass spectrometry.
Anal Chem.    impact factor:   4.555
2000;  72(9): 2124-31

76:  Scuderi F, Marino M, Colonna L, Mannella F, Evoli A, Provenzano C, Bartoccioni E.
Anti-p110 autoantibodies identify a subtype of "seronegative" myasthenia gravis with prominent oculobulbar involvement.
Lab Invest.    impact factor:   4.53
2002;  82(9): 1139-46

77:  Saldanha J, Singh J, Mahadevan D.
Identification of a Frizzled-like cysteine rich domain in the extracellular region of developmental receptor tyrosine kinases.
Protein Sci.    impact factor:   4.457
1998;  7(8): 1632-5

78:  Saldanha J, Singh J, Mahadevan D.
Identification of a Frizzled-like cysteine rich domain in the extracellular region of developmental receptor tyrosine kinases.
Protein Sci.    impact factor:   4.457
1998;  7(7): 1632-5

79:  Giardina B, Condo SG, Brix O.
The interplay of temperature and protons in the modulation of oxygen binding by squid blood.
Biochem J.    impact factor:   4.349
1992;  281 ( Pt 3): 725-8

80:  Zhao P, Kafer E.
Effects of mutagen-sensitive mus mutations on spontaneous mitotic recombination in Aspergillus.
Genetics.    impact factor:   4.221
1992;  130(4): 717-28

81:  Hu DL, Omoe K, Shimoda Y, Nakane A, Shinagawa K.
Induction of Emetic Response to Staphylococcal Enterotoxins in the House Musk Shrew (Suncus murinus).
Infect Immun.    impact factor:   4.184
2003;  71(1): 567-70

82:  Gardner C, Perren M.
Inhibition of anaesthetic-induced emesis by a NK1 or 5-HT3 receptor antagonist in the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Neuropharmacology.    impact factor:   4.176
1998;  37(12): 1643-4

83:  Tattersall FD, Rycroft W, Marmont N, Cascieri M, Hill RG, Hargreaves RJ.
Enantiospecific inhibition of emesis induced by nicotine in the house musk shrew (Suncus murinus) by the neurokinin1 (NK1) receptor antagonist CP-99,994.
Neuropharmacology.    impact factor:   4.176
1995;  34(12): 1697-9

84:  Tsubura A, Senzaki H, Shikata N, Oishi Y, Morii S.
Induction of tumors in the Japanese house musk shrew, Suncus murinus (Insectivora), by dimethylbenz[a]anthracene.
Carcinogenesis.    impact factor:   4.118
1991;  12(8): 1433-6

85:  Amo H, Kubota H, Lu J, Matsuyama M.
Adenomatous hyperplasia and adenomas in the lung induced by chronic feeding of butylated hydroxyanisole of Japanese house musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
Carcinogenesis.    impact factor:   4.118
1990;  11(1): 151-4

86:  Grow WA, Gordon H.
Acetylcholine receptors are required for postsynaptic aggregation driven by the agrin signalling pathway.
Eur J Neurosci.    impact factor:   3.899
2000;  12(2): 467-72

87:  Fu AK, Smith FD, Zhou H, Chu AH, Tsim KW, Peng BH, Ip NY.
Xenopus muscle-specific kinase: molecular cloning and prominent expression in neural tissues during early embryonic development.
Eur J Neurosci.    impact factor:   3.899
1999;  11(2): 373-82

88:  Campagna JA, Ruegg MA, Bixby JL.
Evidence that agrin directly influences presynaptic differentiation at neuromuscular junctions in vitro.
Eur J Neurosci.    impact factor:   3.899
1997;  9(11): 2269-83

89:  Murphy FA, Tucker K, Fadool DA.
Sexual dimorphism and developmental expression of signal-transduction machinery in the vomeronasal organ.
J Comp Neurol.    impact factor:   3.764
2001;  432(1): 61-74

90:  Kosaka K, Kosaka T.
Nidus and tasseled cell: distinctive neuronal organization of the main olfactory bulb of the laboratory musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
J Comp Neurol.    impact factor:   3.764
2001;  430(4): 542-61

91:  Rissman EF, Alones VE, Craig-Veit CB, Millam JR.
Distribution of chicken-II gonadotropin-releasing hormone in mammalian brain.
J Comp Neurol.    impact factor:   3.764
1995;  357(4): 524-31

92:  Andrews PL, Okada F, Woods AJ, Hagiwara H, Kakaimoto S, Toyoda M, Matsuki N.
The emetic and anti-emetic effects of the capsaicin analogue resiniferatoxin in Suncus murinus, the house musk shrew.
Br J Pharmacol.    impact factor:   3.722
2000;  130(6): 1247-54

93:  Gardner CJ, Twissell DJ, Dale TJ, Gale JD, Jordan CC, Kilpatrick GJ, Bountra C, Ward P.
The broad-spectrum anti-emetic activity of the novel non-peptide tachykinin NK1 receptor antagonist GR203040.
Br J Pharmacol.    impact factor:   3.722
1995;  116(8): 3158-63

94:  Torii Y, Saito H, Matsuki N.
Induction of emesis in Suncus murinus by pyrogallol, a generator of free radicals.
Br J Pharmacol.    impact factor:   3.722
1994;  111(2): 431-4

95:  Hesser BA, Sander A, Witzemann V.
Identification and characterization of a novel splice variant of MuSK.
FEBS Lett.    impact factor:   3.72
1999;  442(2-3): 133-7

96:  Berthier YT, Bruckart WL, Chaboudez P, Luster DG.
Polymorphic restriction patterns of ribosomal internal transcribed spacers in the biocontrol fungus Puccinia carduorum correlate with weed host origin.
Appl Environ Microbiol.    impact factor:   3.541
1996;  62(8): 3037-41

97:  Walker D, Burke VJ, Barak I, Avise JC.
A comparison of mtDNA restriction sites vs. control region sequences in phylogeographic assessment of the musk turtle (Sternotherus minor).
Mol Ecol.    impact factor:   3.442
1995;  4(3): 365-73

98:  Kaneko T, Iida H, Bedford JM, Mori T.
Spermatozoa of the shrew, Suncus murinus, undergo the acrosome reaction and then selectively kill cells in penetrating the cumulus oophorus.
Biol Reprod.    impact factor:   3.417
2001;  65(2): 544-53

99:  Temple JL, Rissman EF.
Acute re-feeding reverses food restriction-induced hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis deficits.
Biol Reprod.    impact factor:   3.417
2000;  63(6): 1721-6

100:  Rissman EF, Li X.
Olfactory bulbectomy blocks mating-induced ovulation in musk shrews (Suncus murinus).
Biol Reprod.    impact factor:   3.417
2000;  62(4): 1052-8

101:  Rissman EF.
Behavioral regulation of gonadotropin-releasing hormone.
Biol Reprod.    impact factor:   3.417
1996;  54(2): 413-9

102:  Bedford JM, Cooper GW, Phillips DM, Dryden GL.
Distinctive features of the gametes and reproductive tracts of the Asian musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Biol Reprod.    impact factor:   3.417
1994;  50(4): 820-34

103:  Rissman EF.
Mating induces puberty in the female musk shrew.
Biol Reprod.    impact factor:   3.417
1992;  47(3): 473-7

104:  Fortune JE, Eppig JJ, Rissman EF.
Mating stimulates estradiol production by ovaries of the musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
Biol Reprod.    impact factor:   3.417
1992;  46(5): 885-91

105:  Sharma SK, Wallace BG.
Lithium inhibits a late step in agrin-induced AChR aggregation.
J Neurobiol.    impact factor:   3.33
2003;  54(2): 346-57

106:  Borges LS, Lee Y, Ferns M.
Dual role for calcium in agrin signaling and acetylcholine receptor clustering.
J Neurobiol.    impact factor:   3.33
2002;  50(1): 69-79

107:  VanSaun M, Werle MJ.
Matrix metalloproteinase-3 removes agrin from synaptic basal lamina.
J Neurobiol.    impact factor:   3.33
2000;  43(2): 140-9

108:  Grow WA, Ferns M, Gordon H.
Agrin-independent activation of the agrin signal transduction pathway.
J Neurobiol.    impact factor:   3.33
1999;  40(3): 356-65

109:  Hoch W.
Formation of the neuromuscular junction. Agrin and its unusual receptors.
Eur J Biochem.    impact factor:   3.307
1999;  265(1): 1-10

110:  Hopf C, Hoch W.
Tyrosine phosphorylation of the muscle-specific kinase is exclusively induced by acetylcholine receptor-aggregating agrin fragments.
Eur J Biochem.    impact factor:   3.307
1998;  253(2): 382-9

111:  Watanabe K, Nishiyama M.
Characterization of a novel brain neutral glycosphingolipid composition in house musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
Eur J Biochem.    impact factor:   3.307
1995;  230(3): 971-6

112:  Coletta M, Clementi ME, Ascenzi P, Petruzzelli R, Condo SG, Giardina B.
A comparative study of the temperature dependence of the oxygen-binding properties of mammalian hemoglobins.
Eur J Biochem.    impact factor:   3.307
1992;  204(3): 1155-7

113:  Giardina B, Brix O, Colosimo A, Petruzzelli R, Cerroni L, Condo SG.
Interaction of hemoglobin with chloride and 2,3-bisphosphoglycerate. A comparative approach.
Eur J Biochem.    impact factor:   3.307
1990;  194(1): 61-5

114:  Yoshida N, Omoya H, Ito T.
DAT-582, a novel serotonin3 receptor antagonist, is a potent and long-lasting antiemetic agent in the ferret and dog.
J Pharmacol Exp Ther.    impact factor:   3.3
1992;  260(3): 1159-65

115:  Veney SL, Rissman EF.
Immunolocalization of androgen receptors and aromatase enzyme in the adult musk shrew brain.
Neuroendocrinology.    impact factor:   3.214
2000;  72(1): 29-36

116:  Dellovade TL, Hunter E, Rissman EF.
Interactions with males promote rapid changes in gonadotropin-releasing hormone immunoreactive cells.
Neuroendocrinology.    impact factor:   3.214
1995;  62(4): 385-95

117:  Dellovade TL, King JA, Millar RP, Rissman EF.
Presence and differential distribution of distinct forms of immunoreactive gonadotropin-releasing hormone in the musk shrew brain.
Neuroendocrinology.    impact factor:   3.214
1993;  58(2): 166-77

118:  Rissman EF, Clendenon AL, Krohmer RW.
Role of androgens in the regulation of sexual behavior in the female musk shrew.
Neuroendocrinology.    impact factor:   3.214
1990;  51(4): 468-73

119:  Lehman-McKeeman LD, Caudill D, Young JA, Dierckman TA.
Musk xylene induces and inhibits mouse hepatic cytochrome P-450 2B enzymes.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
1995;  206(3): 975-80

120:  Iwata N, Minegishi K, Suzuki K, Ohno Y, Kawanishi T, Takahashi A.
Musk xylene is a novel specific inducer of cytochrome P-450IA2.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
1992;  184(1): 149-53

121:  Su B, Wang YX, Lan H, Wang W, Zhang Y.
Phylogenetic study of complete cytochrome b genes in musk deer (genus Moschus) using museum samples.
Mol Phylogenet Evol.    impact factor:   3.127
1999;  12(3): 241-9

122:  Gatesy J, Amato G, Vrba E, Schaller G, DeSalle R.
A cladistic analysis of mitochondrial ribosomal DNA from the Bovidae.
Mol Phylogenet Evol.    impact factor:   3.127
1997;  7(3): 303-19

123:  Willmann R, Fuhrer C.
Neuromuscular synaptogenesis: clustering of acetylcholine receptors revisited.
Cell Mol Life Sci.    impact factor:   2.891
2002;  59(8): 1296-316

124:  Forrester WC.
The Ror receptor tyrosine kinase family.
Cell Mol Life Sci.    impact factor:   2.891
2002;  59(1): 83-96

125:  DeLeo VA, Suarez SM, Maso MJ.
Photoallergic contact dermatitis. Results of photopatch testing in New York, 1985 to 1990.
Arch Dermatol.    impact factor:   2.889
1992;  128(11): 1513-8

126:  Temple JL, Rissman EF.
Brief refeeding restores reproductive readiness in food-restricted female musk shrews (Suncus murinus).
Horm Behav.    impact factor:   2.775
2000;  38(1): 21-8

127:  Schiml PA, Rissman EF.
Effects of gonadotropin-releasing hormones, corticotropin-releasing hormone, and vasopressin on female sexual behavior.
Horm Behav.    impact factor:   2.775
2000;  37(3): 212-20

128:  Freeman LM, Arora T, Rissman EF.
Neonatal androgen affects copulatory behavior in the female musk shrew.
Horm Behav.    impact factor:   2.775
1998;  34(3): 231-8

129:  Veney SL, Rissman EF.
Co-localization of estrogen receptor and aromatase enzyme immunoreactivities in adult musk shrew brain.
Horm Behav.    impact factor:   2.775
1998;  33(3): 151-62

130:  Fortman M, Dellovade TL, Rissman EF.
Adrenal contribution to the induction of sexual behavior in the female musk shrew.
Horm Behav.    impact factor:   2.775
1992;  26(1): 76-86

131:  Rissman EF.
Frank A. Beach Award. Behavioral endocrinology of the female musk shrew.
Horm Behav.    impact factor:   2.775
1991;  25(2): 125-7

132:  Iwata N, Minegishi K, Suzuki K, Ohno Y, Igarashi T, Satoh T, Takahashi A.
An unusual profile of musk xylene-induced drug-metabolizing enzymes in rat liver.
Biochem Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.755
1993;  45(8): 1659-65

133:  Nakura H, Itoh S, Kusano H, Ishizone H, Imaoka S, Funae Y, Yokoi T, Kamataki T.
Decrease in the content of cytochrome P450IIE by fasting in liver microsomes of house musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
Biochem Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.755
1992;  43(9): 1907-10

134:  Schreurs RH, Quaedackers ME, Seinen W, van der Burg B.
Transcriptional activation of estrogen receptor ERalpha and ERbeta by polycyclic musks is cell type dependent.
Toxicol Appl Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.73
2002;  183(1): 1-9

135:  Riedel J, Dekant W.
Biotransformation and toxicokinetics of musk xylene in humans.
Toxicol Appl Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.73
1999;  157(2): 145-55

136:  Lehman-McKeeman LD, Johnson DR, Caudill D.
Induction and inhibition of mouse cytochrome P-450 2B enzymes by musk xylene.
Toxicol Appl Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.73
1997;  142(1): 169-77

137:  Schiml PA, Rissman EF.
Cortisol facilitates induction of sexual behavior in the female musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
Behav Neurosci.    impact factor:   2.719
1999;  113(1): 166-75

138:  Parker LA, Kemp SW.
Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) interferes with conditioned retching in Suncus murinus: an animal model of anticipatory nausea and vomiting (ANV).
Neuroreport.    impact factor:   2.682
2001;  12(4): 749-51

139:  Veney SL, Rissman EF, Freeman LM.
Perinatal organization of a sexually dimorphic aromatase enzyme-containing immunoreactive nucleus.
Neuroreport.    impact factor:   2.682
2000;  11(15): 3409-12

140:  Gardner CJ, Armour DR, Beattie DT, Gale JD, Hawcock AB, Kilpatrick GJ, Twissell DJ, Ward P.
GR205171: a novel antagonist with high affinity for the tachykinin NK1 receptor, and potent broad-spectrum anti-emetic activity.
Regul Pept.    impact factor:   2.634
1996;  65(1): 45-53

141:  King JA, Steneveld AA, Curlewis JD, Rissman EF, Millar RP.
Identification of chicken GnRH II in brains of metatherian and early-evolved eutherian species of mammals.
Regul Pept.    impact factor:   2.634
1994;  54(2-3): 467-77

142:  Takesue Y, Yokota K, Oda S, Takesue S.
Comparison of sucrase-free isomaltase with sucrase-isomaltase purified from the house musk shrew Suncus murinus.
Biochim Biophys Acta.    impact factor:   2.59
2001;  1544(1-2): 341-9

143:  Lehman-McKeeman LD, Stuard SB, Caudill D, Johnson DR.
Induction of mouse cytochrome P450 2B enzymes by amine metabolites of musk xylene: contribution of microsomal enzyme induction to the hepatocarcinogenicity of musk xylene.
Mol Carcinog.    impact factor:   2.589
1997;  20(3): 308-16

144:  Tsukahara F, Muraki T, Nomoto T.
Serum concentrations of thyroid hormones and activity of iodothyronine deiodinase in peripheral tissues of the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
J Endocrinol.    impact factor:   2.58
1990;  125(1): 117-22

145:  Grow WA, Ferns M, Gordon H.
A mechanism for acetylcholine receptor clustering distinct from agrin signaling.
Dev Neurosci.    impact factor:   2.523
1999;  21(6): 436-43

146:  Garcia-Jares C, Llompart M, Polo M, Salgado C, Macias S, Cela R.
Optimisation of a solid-phase microextraction method for synthetic musk compounds in water.
J Chromatogr A.    impact factor:   2.52
2002;  963(1-2): 277-85

147:  Osemwengi LI, Steinberg S.
On-site solid-phase extraction and laboratory analysis of ultra-trace synthetic musks in municipal sewage effluent using gas chromatography-mass spectrometry in the full-scan mode.
J Chromatogr A.    impact factor:   2.52
2001;  932(1-2): 107-18

148:  Winkler M, Headley JV, Peru KM.
Optimization of solid-phase microextraction for the gas chromatographic-mass spectrometric determination of synthetic musk fragrances in water samples.
J Chromatogr A.    impact factor:   2.52
2000;  903(1-2): 203-10

149:  Draisci R, Marchiafava C, Ferretti E, Palleschi L, Catellani G, Anastasio A.
Evaluation of musk contamination of freshwater fish in Italy by accelerated solvent extraction and gas chromatography with mass spectrometric detection.
J Chromatogr A.    impact factor:   2.52
1998;  814(1-2): 187-97

150:  Lehman-McKeeman LD, Johnson DR, Caudill D, Stuard SB.
Mechanism-based inactivation of mouse hepatic cytochrome P4502B enzymes by amine metabolites of musk xylene.
Drug Metab Dispos.    impact factor:   2.519
1997;  25(3): 384-9

151:  Grow WA, Gordon H.
Sialic acid inhibits agrin signaling in C2 myotubes.
Cell Tissue Res.    impact factor:   2.488
2000;  299(2): 273-9

152:  Hirano N, Shiino M.
Co-existence of gonadotrophins (FSH, LH) and thyrotrophin (TSH) in single anterior pituitary cells of the musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Cell Tissue Res.    impact factor:   2.488
1993;  272(2): 315-20

153:  Temple JL, Schneider JE, Scott DK, Korutz A, Rissman EF.
Mating behavior is controlled by acute changes in metabolic fuels.
Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol.    impact factor:   2.453
2002;  282(3): R782-90

154:  Veney SL, Rissman EF.
Steroid implants in the medial preoptic area or ventromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus activate female sexual behaviour in the musk shrew.
J Neuroendocrinol.    impact factor:   2.377
2000;  12(11): 1124-32

155:  Rissman EF, Harada N, Roselli CE.
Effect of vorozole, an aromatase enzyme inhibitor, on sexual behavior, aromatase activity and neural immunoreactivity.
J Neuroendocrinol.    impact factor:   2.377
1996;  8(3): 199-210

156:  Sharma UR, Rissman EF.
Testosterone implants in specific neural sites activate female sexual behaviour.
J Neuroendocrinol.    impact factor:   2.377
1994;  6(4): 423-32

157:  Fadool DA, Wachowiak M, Brann JH.
Patch-clamp analysis of voltage-activated and chemically activated currents in the vomeronasal organ of Sternotherus odoratus (stinkpot/musk turtle).
J Exp Biol.    impact factor:   2.354
2001;  204(Pt 24): 4199-212

158:  Takeuchi T, Sitizyo K, Harada E.
Postnatal development of EEG patterns, catecholamine contents and myelination, and effect of hyperthyroidism in Suncus brain.
Behav Brain Res.    impact factor:   2.318
1998;  91(1-2): 193-206

159:  Gill CJ, Wersinger SR, Veney SL, Rissman EF.
Induction of fos-like immunoreactivity in musk shrews after mating.
Brain Res.    impact factor:   2.302
1998;  811(1-2): 21-8

160:  Tai VC, Schiml PA, Li X, Rissman EF.
Behavioral interactions have rapid effects on immunoreactivity of prohormone and gonadotropin-releasing hormone peptide.
Brain Res.    impact factor:   2.302
1997;  772(1-2): 87-94

161:  Veney SL, Rissman EF.
Axon sparing lesions of the medial preoptic area block female sexual behavior.
Brain Res.    impact factor:   2.302
1997;  756(1-2): 273-7

162:  Dellovade TL, Harada N, Rissman EF.
Distribution and steroid dependence of aromatase enzyme immunoreactivity in limbic nuclei of the female musk shrew brain.
Brain Res.    impact factor:   2.302
1994;  634(1): 141-9

163:  Dellovade TL, Blaustein JD, Rissman EF.
Neural distribution of estrogen receptor immunoreactive cells in the female musk shrew.
Brain Res.    impact factor:   2.302
1992;  595(2): 189-94

164:  Zheng GQ, Kenney PM, Lam LK.
Isolation and biological evaluation of potential cancer chemopreventive agents from ambrette musk residue.
J Pharm Sci.    impact factor:   2.27
1992;  81(9): 950-3

165:  Al-Shawi R, Ashton SV, Underwood C, Simons JP.
Expression of the Ror1 and Ror2 receptor tyrosine kinase genes during mouse development.
Dev Genes Evol.    impact factor:   2.269
2001;  211(4): 161-71

166:  Darvay A, White IR, Rycroft RJ, Jones AB, Hawk JL, McFadden JP.
Photoallergic contact dermatitis is uncommon.
Br J Dermatol.    impact factor:   2.23
2001;  145(4): 597-601

167:  Menage H, Ross JS, Norris PG, Hawk JL, White IR.
Contact and photocontact sensitization in chronic actinic dermatitis: sesquiterpene lactone mix is an important allergen.
Br J Dermatol.    impact factor:   2.23
1995;  132(4): 543-7

168:  Gilbert AN, Kemp SE.
Odor perception phenotypes: multiple, specific hyperosmias to musks.
Chem Senses.    impact factor:   2.163
1996;  21(4): 411-6

169:  Fujita Y, Oyaizu T, Takahashi H, Oishi Y, Tsubura A.
Morphogenesis of esophageal carcinoma induced by N-methyl-N'-nitro-N-nitrosoguanidine in the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus (Insectivora).
Jpn J Cancer Res.    impact factor:   2.12
1994;  85(12): 1208-13

170:  Mersch-Sundermann V, Schneider H, Freywald C, Jenter C, Parzefall W, Knasmuller S.
Musk ketone enhances benzo(a)pyrene induced mutagenicity in human derived Hep G2 cells.
Mutat Res.    impact factor:   2.107
2001;  495(1-2): 89-96

171:  Api AM, Gudi R.
An in vivo mouse micronucleus assay on musk ketone.
Mutat Res.    impact factor:   2.107
2000;  464(2): 263-7

172:  Kevekordes S, Mersch-Sundermann V, Diez M, Dunkelberg H.
In vitro genotoxicity of polycyclic musk fragrances in the micronucleus test.
Mutat Res.    impact factor:   2.107
1997;  395(2-3): 145-50

173:  Mersch-Sundermann V, Emig M, Reinhardt A.
Nitro musks are cogenotoxicants by inducing toxifying enzymes in the rat.
Mutat Res.    impact factor:   2.107
1996;  356(2): 237-45

174:  Strominger NL, Hori N, Carpenter DO, Tan Y, Folger WH.
Effects of acetylcholine and GABA on neurons in the area postrema of Suncus murinus brainstem slices.
Neurosci Lett.    impact factor:   2.085
2001;  309(2): 77-80

175:  Mizuno N, Sumi MU, Tashiro T, Takahashi O, Satoda T.
Retinofugal projections in the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Neurosci Lett.    impact factor:   2.085
1991;  125(2): 133-5

176:  Rudd JA, Wai MK.
Genital grooming and emesis induced by vanilloids in Suncus murinus, the house musk shrew.
Eur J Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.047
2001;  422(1-3): 185-95

177:  Rudd JA, Ngan MP, Wai MK.
Inhibition of emesis by tachykinin NK1 receptor antagonists in Suncus murinus (house musk shrew).
Eur J Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.047
1999;  366(2-3): 243-52

178:  Rudd JA, Cheng CH, Naylor RJ, Ngan MP, Wai MK.
Modulation of emesis by fentanyl and opioid receptor antagonists in Suncus murinus (house musk shrew).
Eur J Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.047
1999;  374(1): 77-84

179:  Andrews P, Torii Y, Saito H, Matsuki N.
The pharmacology of the emetic response to upper gastrointestinal tract stimulation in Suncus murinus.
Eur J Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.047
1996;  307(3): 305-13

180:  Selve N, Friderichs E, Reimann W, Reinartz S.
Absence of emetic effects of morphine and loperamide in Suncus murinus.
Eur J Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.047
1994;  256(3): 287-93

181:  Torii Y, Mutoh M, Saito H, Matsuki N.
Involvement of free radicals in cisplatin-induced emesis in Suncus murinus.
Eur J Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.047
1993;  248(2): 131-5

182:  Iwata N, Suzuki K, Minegishi K, Kawanishi T, Hara S, Endo T, Takahashi A.
Induction of cytochrome P450 1A2 by musk analogues and other inducing agents in rat liver.
Eur J Pharmacol.    impact factor:   2.047
1993;  248(3): 243-50

183:  Rissman EF, Li X, King JA, Millar RP.
Behavioral regulation of gonadotropin-releasing hormone production.
Brain Res Bull.    impact factor:   1.977
1997;  44(4): 459-64

184:  Godeluck B, Duplantier JM, Ba K, Trape JF.
A longitudinal survey of Borrelia crocidurae prevalence in rodents and insectivores in Senegal.
Am J Trop Med Hyg.    impact factor:   1.932
1994;  50(2): 165-8

185:  Rogatcheva M, Hayashi Y, Oda S, Seo H, Cua K, Refetoff S, Murakami M, Mori M, Murata Y.
Type 1 iodothyronine deiodinase in the house musk shrew (Suncus murinus, Insectivora: Soricidae): cloning and characterization of complementary DNA, unique tissue distribution and regulation by T(3).
Gen Comp Endocrinol.    impact factor:   1.912
2002;  127(1): 48-58

186:  Schiml-Webb PA, Temple JL, Rissman EF.
Glucocorticoids affect gonadotropin-releasing hormone immunoreactivity in musk shrew brain.
Gen Comp Endocrinol.    impact factor:   1.912
2001;  123(2): 163-9

187:  Rissman EF, Li X.
Sex differences in mammalian and chicken-II gonadotropin-releasing hormone immunoreactivity in musk shrew brain.
Gen Comp Endocrinol.    impact factor:   1.912
1998;  112(3): 346-55

188:  Dellovade T, Schwanzel-Fukuda M, Gordan J, Pfaff D.
Aspects of GnRH neurobiology conserved across vertebrate forms.
Gen Comp Endocrinol.    impact factor:   1.912
1998;  112(3): 276-82

189:  Mohanty N, Chainy GB.
Morphometric analysis of small follicles in the ovary of the musk shrew (Suncus murinus L.) at different ages.
Gen Comp Endocrinol.    impact factor:   1.912
1992;  85(2): 169-78

190:  Mohanty N, Chainy GB.
Effects of estradiol valerate on the uterus of the musk shrew (Suncus murinus L.).
Gen Comp Endocrinol.    impact factor:   1.912
1992;  88(1): 91-9

191:  Naik DR, Shirasawa N, Nogami H, Ishikawa H.
Immunohistochemistry of the pituitary pars distalis of the musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Gen Comp Endocrinol.    impact factor:   1.912
1991;  84(1): 27-35

192:  Iida H, Kaneko T, Tanaka S, Mori T.
Association of the developing acrosome with multiple small Golgi units, the Golgi satellites, in spermatids of the musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
J Reprod Fertil.    impact factor:   1.908
2000;  119(1): 49-58

193:  Rogatcheva MB, Oda SI, Zhelezova AI, Borodin PM.
An XXY sex chromosome constitution in a house musk shrew (Suncus murinus L.) with testicular hypoplasia.
J Reprod Fertil.    impact factor:   1.908
1998;  113(1): 91-3

194:  Bedford JM, Mori T, Oda S.
The unusual state of the cumulus oophorus and of sperm behaviour within it, in the musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
J Reprod Fertil.    impact factor:   1.908
1997;  110(1): 127-34

195:  Bedford JM, Mori T, Oda S.
Ovulation induction and gamete transport in the female tract of the musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
J Reprod Fertil.    impact factor:   1.908
1997;  110(1): 115-25

196:  Wayne NL, Wade GN, Rissman EF.
Effects of food restriction and social cues on sexual maturation and growth in male musk shrews (Suncus murinus).
J Reprod Fertil.    impact factor:   1.908
1991;  91(1): 385-92

197:  Rissman EF, Taymans SE, Wayne NL.
Social cues influence growth and sexual maturation of the male musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
J Reprod Fertil.    impact factor:   1.908
1990;  89(2): 697-706

198:  Wayne NL, Rissman EF.
Effects of photoperiod and social variables on reproduction and growth in the male musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
J Reprod Fertil.    impact factor:   1.908
1990;  89(2): 707-15

199:  Gardeazabal J, Arregui MA, Gil N, Landa N, Raton JA, Diaz-Perez JL.
Successful treatment of musk ketone-induced chronic actinic dermatitis with cyclosporine and PUVA.
J Am Acad Dermatol.    impact factor:   1.905
1992;  27(5 Pt 2): 838-42

200:  Liyanage Y, Hoch W, Beeson D, Vincent A.
The agrin/muscle-specific kinase pathway: new targets for autoimmune and genetic disorders at the neuromuscular junction.
Muscle Nerve.    impact factor:   1.898
2002;  25(1): 4-16

201:  Kong J, Anderson JE.
Dynamic restoration of dystrophin to dystrophin-deficient myotubes.
Muscle Nerve.    impact factor:   1.898
2001;  24(1): 77-88

202:  Ibebunjo C, Martyn J.
Disparate dysfunction of skeletal muscles located near and distant from burn site in the rat.
Muscle Nerve.    impact factor:   1.898
2001;  24(10): 1283-94

203:  Kafer E, Chae SK.
Phenotypic and epistatic grouping of hypo- and hyper-rec mus mutants in Aspergillus.
Curr Genet.    impact factor:   1.889
1994;  25(3): 223-32

204:  Gutierrez-Espeleta GA, Hedrick PW, Kalinowski ST, Garrigan D, Boyce WM.
Is the decline of desert bighorn sheep from infectious disease the result of low MHC variation?
Heredity.    impact factor:   1.875
2001;  86(Pt 4): 439-50

205:  Rogatcheva MB, Oda S, Axenovich TI, Aulchenko YS, Searle JB, Borodin PM.
Chromosomal segregation and fertility in Robertsonian chromosomal heterozygotes of the house musk shrew (Suncus murinus, Insectivora, Soricidae).
Heredity.    impact factor:   1.875
1998;  81 ( Pt 3): 335-41

206:  Tohya K, Kimura M, Kakudo K, Kawamata J.
Immunohistochemical studies on the distribution of lymphocytes in the peripheral and mucosal lymphoid tissues of laboratory musk shrews (Suncus murinus).
Dev Comp Immunol.    impact factor:   1.857
1992;  16(6): 473-83

207:  Axenovich TI, Rogatcheva MB, Oda S, Borodin PM.
Inheritance of male hybrid sterility in the house musk shrew (Suncus murinus, Insectivora, Soricidae).
Genome.    impact factor:   1.847
1998;  41(6): 825-31

208:  Borodin PM, Rogatcheva MB, Zhelezova AI, Oda S.
Chromosome pairing in inter-racial hybrids of the house musk shrew (Suncus murinus, Insectivora, Soricidae).
Genome.    impact factor:   1.847
1998;  41(1): 79-90

209:  Rogatcheva MB, Borodin PM, Oda SI, Searle JB.
Robertsonian chromosomal variation in the house musk shrew (Suncus murinus, Insectivora:Soricidae) and the colonization history of the species.
Genome.    impact factor:   1.847
1997;  40(1): 18-24

210:  Ohno T, Horio F, Tanaka S, Terada M, Namikawa T, Kitoh J.
Fatty liver and hyperlipidemia in IDDM (insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus) of streptozotocin-treated shrews.
Life Sci.    impact factor:   1.774
2000;  66(2): 125-31

211:  Ohno T, Kitoh J, Yamashita K, Ichikawa Y, Horio F, Terada M, Tanaka S, Namikawa T.
Toxin-induced IDDM (insulin dependent diabetes mellitus) in the musk shrew.
Life Sci.    impact factor:   1.774
1998;  63(6): 455-62

212:  Ohno T, Yoshida F, Ichikawa Y, Matsuo S, Hotta N, Terada M, Tanaka S, Yamashita K, Namikawa T, Kitoh J.
A new spontaneous animal model of NIDDM without obesity in the musk shrew.
Life Sci.    impact factor:   1.774
1998;  62(11): 995-1006

213:  Chen Y, Saito H, Matsuki N.
Ethanol-induced emesis in the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Life Sci.    impact factor:   1.774
1997;  60(4-5): 253-61

214:  Yamaguchi T, Yamagata A.
Serotonergic ligand binding in aging brain of experimental animals.
Neurochem Res.    impact factor:   1.755
1991;  16(4): 469-73

215:  Fromme H, Otto T, Pilz K.
Polycyclic musk fragrances in different environmental compartments in Berlin (Germany).
Water Res.    impact factor:   1.748
2001;  35(1): 121-8

216:  Steinberg P, Zschaler I, Thom E, Kuna M, Wust G, Schafer-Schwebel A, Muller R, Kramer PJ, Weisse G.
The polycyclic musk 7-acetyl-1,1,3,4,4,6-hexamethyl-1,2,3,4-tetrahydronaphthaline lacks liver tumor initiating and promoting activity in rats exposed to human-relevant doses.
Arch Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.683
2001;  75(9): 562-8

217:  Jinno H, Hanioka N, Nishikawa S, Yoda R, Toyo'oka T, Nishimura T, Ando M.
Hepatotoxicity of diisopropyl ester of malonic acid and chloromalonic acids, disinfection by-products of the fungicide isoprothiolane.
Arch Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.683
1997;  71(9): 550-5

218:  Minegishi K, Nambaru S, Fukuoka M, Tanaka A, Nishimaki-Mogami T.
Distribution, metabolism, and excretion of musk xylene in rats.
Arch Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.683
1991;  65(4): 273-82

219:  Aulchenko YuS, Oda SI, Rogatcheva MB, Borodin PM, Axenovich TI.
Inheritance of litter size at birth in the house musk shrew (Suncus murinus, Insectivora, Soricidae).
Genet Res.    impact factor:   1.663
1998;  71(1): 65-72

220:  Eisenhardt S, Runnebaum B, Bauer K, Gerhard I.
Nitromusk compounds in women with gynecological and endocrine dysfunction.
Environ Res.    impact factor:   1.617
2001;  87(3): 123-30

221:  Matsubara K, Ishikawa A, Kuroiwa A, Nagase T, Nomura N, Namikawa T, Matsuda Y.
Comparative FISH mapping of human cDNA clones to chromosomes of the musk shrew (Suncus murinus, Insectivora).
Cytogenet Cell Genet.    impact factor:   1.604
2001;  93(3-4): 258-62

222:  Suzuki T, Kansaku N, Kurosaki T, Shimada K, Zadworny D, Koide M, Mano T, Namikawa T, Matsuda Y.
Comparative FISH mapping on Z chromosomes of chicken and Japanese quail.
Cytogenet Cell Genet.    impact factor:   1.604
1999;  87(1-2): 22-6

223:  Tsubura A, Shikata N, Oyaizu T, Takahashi H.
Experimental models for carcinogenesis in the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus, Insectivora.
Histol Histopathol.    impact factor:   1.601
1995;  10(4): 1047-55

224:  Kitamura N, Yamada J, Watanabe T, Yamashita T.
An immunohistochemical study on the distribution of endocrine cells in the gastrointestinal tract of the musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Histol Histopathol.    impact factor:   1.601
1990;  5(1): 83-8

225:  Kuroiwa A, Matsubara K, Nagase T, Nomura N, Seong JK, Ishikawa A, Anunciado RV, Tanaka K, Yamagata T, Masangkay JS, Dang VB, Namikawa T, Matsuda Y.
Chromosomal mapping of 18S-28S rRNA genes and 10 cDNA clones of human chromosome 1 in the musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
J Hered.    impact factor:   1.577
2001;  92(3): 282-7

226:  Kurohmaru M, Maeda S, Suda A, Hondo E, Ogawa K, Endo H, Kimura J, Yamada J, Rerkamnuaychoke W, Chungsamarnyart N, Hayashi Y, Nishida T.
An ultrastructural and lectin-histochemical study on the seminiferous epithelium of the common tree shrew (Tupaia glis).
J Anat.    impact factor:   1.573
1996;  189 ( Pt 1): 87-95

227:  Kurohmaru M, Kobayashi H, Kanai Y, Hattori S, Nishida T, Hayashi Y.
Distribution of lectin binding in the testes of the musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
J Anat.    impact factor:   1.573
1995;  187 ( Pt 2): 323-9

228:  Niida S, Okada N, Wakisaka H, Miyata K, Maeda N.
Occipital roof development in the Japanese musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
J Anat.    impact factor:   1.573
1994;  185 ( Pt 2): 433-7

229:  Kurohmaru M, Kobayashi H, Hattori S, Nishida T, Hayashi Y.
Spermatogenesis and ultrastructure of a peculiar acrosomal formation in the musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
J Anat.    impact factor:   1.573
1994;  185 ( Pt 3): 503-9

230:  Schiml PA, Douris N, Isaac AC, Rissman EF.
Temporal aspects of female musk shrew (Suncus murinus) sexual behavior.
J Comp Psychol.    impact factor:   1.57
1999;  113(1): 85-90

231:  Matsuda Y, Toyoda H, Sawabe A, Maeda K, Shimizu N, Fujita N, Fujita T, Nonomura T, Ouchi S.
A hairy root culture of melon produces aroma compounds.
J Agric Food Chem.    impact factor:   1.56
2000;  48(4): 1417-20

232:  Takata T, Matsuura M, Murashima M, Miyauchi M, Nikai H.
Periodontitis in the house musk shrew (Suncus murinus): a potential animal model for human periodontal disease.
J Periodontol.    impact factor:   1.537
1999;  70(2): 195-200

233:  Ascenzi P, Coletta M, Desideri A, Petruzzelli R, Polizio F, Bolognesi M, Condo SG, Giardina B.
Spectroscopic properties of the nitric oxide derivative of ferrous man, horse, and ruminant hemoglobins: a comparative study.
J Inorg Biochem.    impact factor:   1.463
1992;  45(1): 31-7

234:  Dolmatova IIu, Saitbatalov TF, Gareev FT.
[RAPD-analysis of genetic polymorphism of ducks: differences in breeds]
Genetika.    impact factor:   1.44
2000;  36(5): 682-7

235:  Bitsch N, Dudas C, Korner W, Failing K, Biselli S, Rimkus G, Brunn H.
Estrogenic activity of musk fragrances detected by the E-screen assay using human mcf-7 cells.
Arch Environ Contam Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.437
2002;  43(3): 257-64

236:  Gatermann R, Biselli S, Huhnerfuss H, Rimkus GG, Hecker M, Karbe L.
Synthetic musks in the environment. Part 1: Species-dependent bioaccumulation of polycyclic and nitro musk fragrances in freshwater fish and mussels.
Arch Environ Contam Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.437
2002;  42(4): 437-46

237:  Gatermann R, Biselli S, Huhnerfuss H, Rimkus GG, Franke S, Hecker M, Kallenborn R, Karbe L, Konig WA.
Synthetic musks in the environment. Part 2: Enantioselective transformation of the polycyclic musk fragrances HHCB, AHTN, AHDI, and ATII in freshwater fish.
Arch Environ Contam Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.437
2002;  42(4): 447-53

238:  Mok MH, Knight GE, Andrews PL, Hoyle CH, Burnstock G.
The effects of cyclophosphamide on neurotransmission in the urinary bladder of Suncus murinus, the house musk shrew.
J Auton Nerv Syst.    impact factor:   1.386
2000;  80(3): 130-6

239:  Hoyle CH, Chakrabarti G, Pendleton NP, Andrews PL.
Neuromuscular transmission and innervation in the urinary bladder of the insectivore Suncus murinus.
J Auton Nerv Syst.    impact factor:   1.386
1998;  69(1): 31-8

240:  Won MH, Matsuo K, Oh YS, Kitoh J.
Brainstem topology of the vagal motoneurons projecting to the esophagus and stomach in the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
J Auton Nerv Syst.    impact factor:   1.386
1998;  68(3): 171-81

241:  Won MH, Matsuo K, Jo SM, Kang TC, Oh YS, Choi CD, Kitoh J.
Brainstem origin of the efferent components of the cervical vagus nerve in the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
J Auton Nerv Syst.    impact factor:   1.386
1998;  71(1): 55-63

242:  Kevekordes S, Mersch-Sundermann V, Diez M, Bolten C, Dunkelberg H.
Genotoxicity of polycyclic musk fragrances in the sister-chromatid exchange test.
Anticancer Res.    impact factor:   1.375
1998;  18(1A): 449-52

243:  Mersch-Sundermann V, Emig M.
Salmonella mutagenicity of musk ambrette depends on both microsomal and bacterial enzyme activity.
Anticancer Res.    impact factor:   1.375
1998;  18(2A): 829-31

244:  Lalueza-Fox C, Bertranpetit J, Alcover JA, Shailer N, Hagelberg E.
Mitochondrial DNA from Myotragus balearicus, an extinct bovid from the Balearic Islands.
J Exp Zool.    impact factor:   1.353
2000;  288(1): 56-62

245:  Saunders DK, Roberts AC, Ultsch GR.
Blood viscosity and hematological changes during prolonged submergence in normoxic water of northern and southern musk turtles (Sternotherus odoratus).
J Exp Zool.    impact factor:   1.353
2000;  287(7): 459-66

246:  Sanes JR, Apel ED, Burgess RW, Emerson RB, Feng G, Gautam M, Glass D, Grady RM, Krejci E, Lichtman JW, Lu JT, Massoulie J, Miner JH, Moscoso LM, Nguyen Q, Nichol M, Noakes PG, Patton BL, Son YJ, Yancopoulos GD, Zhou H.
Development of the neuromuscular junction: genetic analysis in mice.
J Physiol Paris.    impact factor:   1.339
1998;  92(3-4): 167-72

247:  Riedel J, Birner G, van Dorp C, Neumann HG, Dekant W.
Haemoglobin binding of a musk xylene metabolite in man.
Xenobiotica.    impact factor:   1.335
1999;  29(6): 573-82

248:  Kraft P, Frater G.
Enantioselectivity of the musk odor sensation.
Chirality.    impact factor:   1.327
2001;  13(8): 388-94

249:  Franke S, Meyer C, Heinzel N, Gatermann R, Huhnerfuss H, Rimkus G, Konig WA, Francke W.
Enantiomeric composition of the polycyclic musks HHCB and AHTN in different aquatic species
Chirality.    impact factor:   1.327
1999;  11(10): 795-801

250:  Ikegaya Y, Matsuki N.
Vasopressin induces emesis in Suncus murinus.
Jpn J Pharmacol.    impact factor:   1.317
2002;  89(3): 324-6

251:  Smith JE, Friedman MI, Andrews PL.
Conditioned food aversion in Suncus murinus (house musk shrew) - a new model for the study of nausea in a species with an emetic reflex.
Physiol Behav.    impact factor:   1.285
2001;  73(4): 593-8

252:  Gill CJ, Rissman EF.
Female sexual behavior is inhibited by short- and long-term food restriction.
Physiol Behav.    impact factor:   1.285
1997;  61(3): 387-94

253:  Wayne NL, Rissman EF.
Tropical photoperiods affect reproductive development in the musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Physiol Behav.    impact factor:   1.285
1991;  50(3): 549-53

254:  Clendenon AL, Rissman EF.
Prolonged copulatory behavior facilitates pregnancy success in the musk shrew.
Physiol Behav.    impact factor:   1.285
1990;  47(5): 831-5

255:  Kok LT, Abad RG, Baudoin ABAM.
Effects of Puccinia carduorum on Musk Thistle Herbivores
Biol Control.    impact factor:   1.272
1996;  57(3): 123-9

256:  Bruckart WL, Politis DJ, Defago G, Rosenthal SS, Supkoff DM.
Susceptibility of Carduus, Cirsium, and Cynara Species Artificially Inoculated with Puccinia carduorum from Musk Thistle
Biol Control.    impact factor:   1.272
1996;  6(2): 215-21

257:  Herren D, Berset JD.
Nitro musks, nitro musk amino metabolites and polycyclic musks in sewage sludges. Quantitative determination by HRGC-ion-trap-MS/MS and mass spectral characterization of the amino metabolites.
Chemosphere.    impact factor:   1.255
2000;  40(5): 565-74

258:  Schwartz S, Berding V, Matthies M.
Aquatic fate assessment of the polycyclic musk fragrance HHCB. Scenario and variability analysis in accordance with the EU risk assessment guidelines.
Chemosphere.    impact factor:   1.255
2000;  41(5): 671-9

259:  Neamtu M, Siminiceanu I, Kettrup A.
Kinetics of nitromusk compounds degradation in water by ultraviolet radiation and hydrogen peroxide.
Chemosphere.    impact factor:   1.255
2000;  40(12): 1407-10

260:  Ott M, Failing K, Lang U, Schubring C, Gent HJ, Georgii S, Brunn H.
Contamination of human milk in Middle Hesse, Germany--a cross-sectional study on the changing levels of chlorinated pesticides, PCB congeners and recent levels of nitro musks.
Chemosphere.    impact factor:   1.255
1999;  38(1): 13-32

261:  Fromme H, Otto T, Pilz K, Neugebauer F.
Levels of synthetic musks; bromocyclene and PCBs in eel (Anguilla anguilla) and PCBs in sediment samples from some waters of Berlin/Germany.
Chemosphere.    impact factor:   1.255
1999;  39(10): 1723-35

262:  Suter-Eichenbeger R, Altorfer H, Lichtensteiger W, Schlumpf M.
Bioaccumulation of musk xylene (MX) in developing and adult rats of both sexes.
Chemosphere.    impact factor:   1.255
1998;  36(13): 2747-62

263:  Tas JW, Balk F, Ford RA, van de Plassche EJ.
Environmental risk assessment of musk ketone and musk xylene in The Netherlands in accordance with the EU-TGD.
Chemosphere.    impact factor:   1.255
1997;  35(12): 2973-3002

264:  Rimkus GG, Wolf M.
Polycyclic musk fragrances in human adipose tissue and human milk.
Chemosphere.    impact factor:   1.255
1996;  33(10): 2033-43

265:  Muller S, Schmid P, Schlatter C.
Occurrence of nitro and non-nitro benzenoid musk compounds in human adipose tissue.
Chemosphere.    impact factor:   1.255
1996;  33(1): 17-28

266:  Helbling KS, Schmid P, Schlatter C.
The trace analysis of musk xylene in biological samples: problems associated with its ubiquitous occurrence.
Chemosphere.    impact factor:   1.255
1994;  29(3): 477-84

267:  Hood HL, Kraeling ME, Robl MG, Bronaugh RL.
The effects of an alpha hydroxy acid (glycolic acid) on hairless guinea pig skin permeability.
Food Chem Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.243
1999;  37(11): 1105-11

268:  Hood HL, Wickett RR, Bronaugh RL.
In vitro percutaneous absorption of the fragrance ingredient musk xylol.
Food Chem Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.243
1996;  34(5): 483-8

269:  Api AM, Pfitzer EA, San RH.
An evaluation of genotoxicity tests with Musk ketone.
Food Chem Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.243
1996;  34(7): 633-8

270:  Api AM, Ford RA, San RH.
An evaluation of musk xylene in a battery of genotoxicity tests.
Food Chem Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.243
1995;  33(12): 1039-45

271:  Maekawa A, Matsushima Y, Onodera H, Shibutani M, Ogasawara H, Kodama Y, Kurokawa Y, Hayashi Y.
Long-term toxicity/carcinogenicity of musk xylol in B6C3F1 mice.
Food Chem Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.243
1990;  28(8): 581-6

272:  Gerberick GF, Ryan CA.
A predictive mouse ear-swelling model for investigating topical photoallergy.
Food Chem Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.243
1990;  28(5): 361-8

273:  Ford RA, Api AM, Newberne PM.
90-day dermal toxicity study and neurotoxicity evaluation of nitromusks in the albino rat.
Food Chem Toxicol.    impact factor:   1.243
1990;  28(1): 55-61

274:  Rogatcheva MB, Ono T, Sonta S, Oda S, Borodin PM.
Robertsonian metacentrics of the house musk shrew (Suncus murinus, Insectivora, Soricidae) lose the telomeric sequences in the centromeric area.
Genes Genet Syst.    impact factor:   1.206
2000;  75(3): 155-8

275:  Yamagata T, Namikawa T.
Sequence variation and evolution of the mitochondrial DNA control region in the musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Genes Genet Syst.    impact factor:   1.206
1999;  74(5): 257-66

276:  Axenovich TI, Aulchenko YS, Rogatcheva MB, Oda S, Inouye M, Borodin PM.
Segregation analysis of animal pedigree data from inter-population crosses.
Genes Genet Syst.    impact factor:   1.206
1997;  72(5): 291-6

277:  Rogatcheva MB, Serdyukova NA, Biltueva LS, Perelman PL, Borodin PM, Oda S, Graphodatsky AS.
Localization of the genes for major ribosomal RNA on chromosomes of the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus, at meiotic and mitotic cells by fluorescence in situ hybridization and silver staining.
Genes Genet Syst.    impact factor:   1.206
1997;  72(4): 215-8

278:  Smith JE, Paton JF, Andrews PL.
An arterially perfused decerebrate preparation of Suncus murinus (house musk shrew) for the study of emesis and swallowing.
Exp Physiol.    impact factor:   1.17
2002;  87(5): 563-74

279:  Goto K, Ohashi H, Takakura A, Itoh T.
Current status of Helicobacter contamination of laboratory mice, rats, gerbils, and house musk shrews in Japan.
Curr Microbiol.    impact factor:   1.165
2000;  41(3): 161-6

280:  Goto K, Ohashi H, Ebukuro S, Itoh K, Tohma Y, Takakura A, Wakana S, Ito M, Itoh T.
Isolation and characterization of Helicobacter species from the stomach of the house musk shrew (Suncus murinus) with chronic gastritis.
Curr Microbiol.    impact factor:   1.165
1998;  37(1): 44-51

281:  Song H, Guo T, Bi K, Wang H, Zhang R.
Determination of resibufogenin and cinobufagin in heart-protecting musk pill by HPLC.
Biomed Chromatogr.    impact factor:   1.145
2000;  14(2): 130-2

282:  Oh SR, Lee JP, Chang SY, Shin DH, Ahn KS, Min BS, Lee HK.
Androstane alkaloids from musk of Moschus moschiferus.
Chem Pharm Bull (Tokyo).    impact factor:   1.117
2002;  50(5): 663-4

283:  Ishikawa T, Mori M, Ichikawa Y, Kitoh J, Yamashita K.
Three-dimensional observations of spatial arrangement of hepatic zonation and vein system in mice and house musk shrews.
Anat Rec.    impact factor:   1.111
2000;  260(3): 228-37

284:  Torii Y, Shikita M, Saito H, Matsuki N.
X-irradiation-induced emesis in Suncus murinus.
J Radiat Res (Tokyo).    impact factor:   1.111
1993;  34(2): 164-70

285:  Shiino M, Hirano N, Miyajima M.
Distribution of gonadotrophins within the anterior pituitary cells of the musk shrew (Suncus murinus L.).
Anat Rec.    impact factor:   1.111
1992;  233(1): 83-8

286:  Kallenborn R, Gatermann R, Rimkus GG.
Synthetic musks in environmental samples: indicator compounds with relevant properties for environmental monitoring.
J Environ Monit.    impact factor:   1.068
1999;  1(4): 70N-74N

287:  Carlsson G, Orn S, Andersson PL, Soderstrom H, Norrgren L.
The impact of musk ketone on reproduction in zebrafish (Danio rerio).
Mar Environ Res.    impact factor:   1.049
2000;  50(1-5): 237-41

288:  Fujimoto S, Yoshikawa K, Itoh M, Kitaharai T.
Synthesis of (R)- and (S)- muscone.
Biosci Biotechnol Biochem.    impact factor:   1.039
2002;  66(6): 1389-92

289:  Hirano N, Shiino M.
Significance of the localization of large granules in the thyrogonadotrophs of the musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
Tissue Cell.    impact factor:   1.028
1997;  29(3): 375-81

290:  Kerschbaum HH, Singh SK, Hermann A.
Lymphoid tissue in the kidney of the musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Tissue Cell.    impact factor:   1.028
1995;  27(4): 421-4

291:  Yokota K, Oda S, Takesue S, Takesue Y.
Intestinal disaccharidases in the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus: occurrence of sucrase deficiency.
Comp Biochem Physiol B.    impact factor:   1.015
1992;  103(3): 629-34

292:  Miura Y, Hisaki H, Fukushima B, Oda S, Nagai T.
Comparative aspects of microsomal cytochrome P-450-dependent monooxygenase activities in musk shrew (Suncus murinus), Mongolian gerbil (Meriones unguiculatus), harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) and rat.
Comp Biochem Physiol B.    impact factor:   1.015
1991;  100(2): 249-52

293:  Matsuzaki O.
The force driving mating behavior in the house musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
Zoolog Sci.    impact factor:   .969
2002;  19(8): 851-69

294:  Onuma M, Kusakabe T, Kusakabe S.
Phylogenetic positions of insectivora in eutheria inferred from mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit II gene.
Zoolog Sci.    impact factor:   .969
1998;  15(1): 139-45

295:  Wisneski HH.
Determination of musk ambrette, musk xylol, and musk ketone in fragrance products by capillary gas chromatography with electron capture detection.
J AOAC Int.    impact factor:   .95
2001;  84(2): 376-81

296:  Wisneski HH, Yates RL, Havery DC.
Determination of musk ambrette in fragrance products by capillary gas chromatography with electron capture detection: interlaboratory study.
J AOAC Int.    impact factor:   .95
1994;  77(6): 1467-71

297:  Kafferlein HU, Angerer J.
Trends in the musk xylene concentrations in plasma samples from the general population from 1992/1993 to 1998 and the relevance of dermal uptake.
Int Arch Occup Environ Health.    impact factor:   .928
2001;  74(7): 470-6

298:  Ippen H.
Nitro musk.
Int Arch Occup Environ Health.    impact factor:   .928
1994;  66(4): 283-5

299:  Anderson WI, Cummings JF, Steinberg H, deLahunta A, King JM.
Subclinical lumbar polyradiculopathy, polyneuritis and ganglionitis in aged wild and exotic mammalians.
J Comp Pathol.    impact factor:   .901
1993;  109(1): 89-91

300:  Sprando RL, Branis M, Dryden GL.
Retinal cysts in the eye of the Asian musk shrew, Suncus murinus, (Mammalia, Insectivora).
J Comp Pathol.    impact factor:   .901
1990;  102(2): 245-8

301:  Afshar A, Heckert RA, Dulac GC, Trotter HC, Myers DJ.
Application of a competitive ELISA for the detection of bluetongue virus antibodies in llamas and wild ruminants.
J Wildl Dis.    impact factor:   .898
1995;  31(3): 327-30

302:  Takei H, Yan JL, ul Quraish A, Kakuta S.
Origin and migration of interneurons of the olfactory bulb in the musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Arch Histol Cytol.    impact factor:   .883
2002;  65(2): 159-68

303:  Tachibana T, Fujiwara N, Nawa T.
The ultrastructure of the ganglionated nerve plexus in the nasal vestibular mucosa of the musk shrew (Suncus murinus, insectivora).
Arch Histol Cytol.    impact factor:   .883
1990;  53(2): 147-56

304:  Fromme H, Otto T, Pilz K.
Polycyclic musk fragrances in fish samples from Berlin waterways, Germany.
Food Addit Contam.    impact factor:   .879
2001;  18(11): 937-44

305:  Zehringer M.
Use of laminar cup liners for the preparation of fatty samples for pesticide analysis.
Food Addit Contam.    impact factor:   .879
2001;  18(10): 859-65

306:  Ahn KS, Hahn BS, Lee JP, Chang SY, Lee HK, Jeong CS, Kim YS.
Evaluation of musk by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay.
Biol Pharm Bull.    impact factor:   .844
2002;  25(4): 418-21

307:  Ohno T, Namikawa T.
Development of a laboratory colony of the musk shrew (Suncus murinus, insectivora) exhibiting a high incidence of spontaneous diabetes mellitus.
Lab Anim Sci.    impact factor:   .815
1996;  46(1): 107-8

308:  Karita K, Nishizaki K, Nomiya S, Masuda Y.
Calbindin and calmodulin localization in the developing vestibular organ of the musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
Acta Otolaryngol Suppl.    impact factor:   .812
1999;  540: 16-21

309:  Tohya K, Kimura M.
Preference of lymphocyte-homing to high endothelial venules in palatine tonsils of musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
Acta Otolaryngol Suppl.    impact factor:   .812
1996;  523: 25-7

310:  Grinde B, Olsaker I, Tjotta E.
CAG repeats in various organisms studied by Southern blot analysis.
Biochem Genet.    impact factor:   .797
1999;  37(3-4): 109-17

311:  Yamagata T, Tanaka Y, Ishikawa A, Namikawa T, Tomita T.
Genetic relationship among the musk shrews, Suncus murinus Insectivora, inhabiting islands and the continent based on mitochondrial DNA types.
Biochem Genet.    impact factor:   .797
1990;  28(3-4): 185-95

312:  Tsubura A, Takahashi H, Morii S.
DMBA-induced intestinal tumors in the Japanese house musk shrew, Suncus murinus (Insectivora).
In Vivo.    impact factor:   .794
1992;  6(3): 255-60

313:  Wayne NL, Rissman EF.
Environmental regulation of reproduction in an opportunistic breeder: the musk shrew (Insectivora: Suncus murinus).
Prog Clin Biol Res.    impact factor:   .782
1990;  342: 668-72

314:  Hawkins DR, Elsom LF, Kirkpatrick D, Ford RA, Api AM.
Dermal absorption and disposition of musk ambrette, musk ketone and musk xylene in human subjects.
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
2002;  131(3): 147-51

315:  Abramsson-Zetterberg L, Slanina P.
Macrocyclic musk compounds--an absence of genotoxicity in the Ames test and the in vivo Micronucleus assay.
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
2002;  135(1-2): 155-63

316:  Suter-Eichenberger R, Boelsterli UA, Conscience-Egli M, Lichtensteiger W, Schlumpf M.
CYP 450 enzyme induction by chronic oral musk xylene in adult and developing rats.
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
2000;  115(1): 73-87

317:  Hawkins DR, Ford RA.
Dermal absorption and disposition of musk ambrette, musk ketone and musk xylene in rats.
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
1999;  111(1-2): 95-103

318:  Lehman-McKeeman LD, Caudill D, Vassallo JD, Pearce RE, Madan A, Parkinson A.
Effects of musk xylene and musk ketone on rat hepatic cytochrome P450 enzymes.
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
1999;  111(1-2): 105-15

319:  Suter-Eichenberger R, Boelsterli UA, Conscience-Egli M, Lichtensteiger W, Schlumpf M.
CYP 450 enzyme induction by chronic oral musk xylene in adult and developing rats.
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
1999;  111(1-2): 117-32

320:  Ford RA, Hawkins DR, Schwarzenbach R, Api AM.
The systemic exposure to the polycyclic musks, AHTN and HHCB, under conditions of use as fragrance ingredients: evidence of lack of complete absorption from a skin reservoir.
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
1999;  111(1-2): 133-42

321:  Api AM, Ford RA.
Evaluation of the oral subchronic toxicity of HHCB (1,3,4,6,7,8-hexahydro-4,6,6,7,8,8-hexamethylcyclopenta-gamma-2 -benzopyran) in the rat.
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
1999;  111(1-2): 143-9

322:  Steinberg P, Fischer T, Arand M, Park E, Elmadfa I, Rimkus G, Brunn H, Dienes HP.
Acute hepatotoxicity of the polycyclic musk 7-acetyl-1,1,3,4,4,6-hexamethyl-1,2,3,4-tetrahydronaphtaline (AHTN).
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
1999;  111(1-2): 151-60

323:  Seinen W, Lemmen JG, Pieters RH, Verbruggen EM, van der Burg B.
AHTN and HHCB show weak estrogenic--but no uterotrophic activity.
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
1999;  111(1-2): 161-8

324:  Christian MS, Parker RM, Hoberman AM, Diener RM, Api AM.
Developmental toxicity studies of four fragrances in rats.
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
1999;  111(1-2): 169-74

325:  Fukayama MY, Easterday OD, Serafino PA, Renskers KJ, North-Root H, Schrankel KR.
Subchronic inhalation studies of complex fragrance mixtures in rats and hamsters.
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
1999;  111(1-2): 175-87

326:  Balk F, Ford RA.
Environmental risk assessment for the polycyclic musks, AHTN and HHCB. II. Effect assessment and risk characterisation.
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
1999;  111(1-2): 81-94

327:  Rimkus GG, Gatermann R, Huhnerfuss H.
Musk xylene and musk ketone amino metabolites in the aquatic environment.
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
1999;  111(1-2): 5-15

328:  Chou YJ, Dietrich DR.
Toxicity of nitromusks in early lifestages of South African clawed frog (Xenopus laevis) and zebrafish (Danio rerio).
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
1999;  111(1-2): 17-25

329:  Chou YJ, Dietrich DR.
Interactions of nitromusk parent compounds and their amino-metabolites with the estrogen receptors of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and the South African clawed frog (Xenopus laevis).
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
1999;  111(1-2): 27-36

330:  Rimkus GG.
Polycyclic musk fragrances in the aquatic environment.
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
1999;  111(1-2): 37-56

331:  Balk F, Ford RA.
Environmental risk assessment for the polycyclic musks AHTN and HHCB in the EU. I. Fate and exposure assessment.
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
1999;  111(1-2): 57-79

332:  Mersch-Sundermann V, Kevekordes S, Jenter C.
Testing of SOS induction of artificial polycyclic musk fragrances in E. coli PQ37 (SOS chromotest).
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
1998;  95(3): 147-54

333:  Kevekordes S, Zaulig A, Dunkelberg H.
Genotoxicity of nitro musks in the micronucleus test with human lymphocytes in vitro and the human hepatoma cell line Hep G2.
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
1997;  91(1): 13-7

334:  Emig M, Reinhardt A, Mersch-Sundermann V.
A comparative study of five nitro musk compounds for genotoxicity in the SOS chromotest and Salmonella mutagenicity.
Toxicol Lett.    impact factor:   .773
1996;  85(3): 151-6

335:  Nakura H, Itoh S, Kusano H, Ishizone H, Kamataki T.
Opposite effects of isoniazid and fasting on the expression of CYP2E1 protein and mRNA in house musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
Biochem Mol Biol Int.    impact factor:   .77
1997;  41(2): 293-301

336:  Jain SK, Agrawal SC.
Fungistatic activity of some perfumes against otomycotic pathogens.
Mycoses.    impact factor:   .75
2002;  45(3-4): 88-90

337:  Parry EJ, Beck MH.
Contact allergy to musk moskene in a perfumed moisturizing cream.
Contact Dermatitis.    impact factor:   .741
1997;  37(5): 236

338:  Frosch PJ, Pilz B, Andersen KE, Burrows D, Camarasa JG, Dooms-Goossens A, Ducombs G, Fuchs T, Hannuksela M, Lachapelle JM, et al.
Patch testing with fragrances: results of a multicenter study of the European Environmental and Contact Dermatitis Research Group with 48 frequently used constituents of perfumes.
Contact Dermatitis.    impact factor:   .741
1995;  33(5): 333-42

339:  Leow YH, Wong WK, Ng SK, Goh CL.
2 years experience of photopatch testing in Singapore.
Contact Dermatitis.    impact factor:   .741
1994;  31(3): 181-2

340:  Goncalo S, Gil J, Goncalo M, Baptista AP.
Pigmented photoallergic contact dermatitis from musk ambrette.
Contact Dermatitis.    impact factor:   .741
1991;  24(3): 229-31

341:  Barbaud A, Mougeolle JM, Tang JQ, Protois JC.
Contact allergy to colophony in Chinese Musk and Tiger-Bone Plaster.
Contact Dermatitis.    impact factor:   .741
1991;  25(5): 324-6

342:  Fontana F, Rubini M.
Chromosomal evolution in Cervidae.
Biosystems.    impact factor:   .714
1990;  24(2): 157-74

343:  Flach EJ, Reid H, Pow I, Klemt A.
Gamma herpesvirus carrier status of captive artiodactyls.
Res Vet Sci.    impact factor:   .64
2002;  73(1): 93-9

344:  Shikata N, Oyaizu T, Senzaki H, Uemura Y, Tsubura A.
Liver apoptosis after dimethylnitrosamine administration in shrews.
Exp Toxicol Pathol.    impact factor:   .603
1996;  48(4): 307-11

345:  Chen JH, Ho HO, Yen KY, Yan LL.
Hepatoprotection by "dangqui-long-hwei-wan" in male mice.
Am J Chin Med.    impact factor:   .583
2000;  28(1): 115-21

346:  Mizukam T, Kuwahara S, Ohmura M, Iinuma Y, Izumikubo J, Hagiwara M, Kurohmaru M, Hayashi Y, Nishida T.
The cycle of the seminiferous epithelium in the greater Japanese shrew mole, Urotrichus talpoides.
J Vet Med Sci.    impact factor:   .567
2001;  63(1): 31-5

347:  Rerkamnuaychoke W, Yokota K, Kurohmaru M, Hayashi Y, Watanabe G, Taya K, Isomura G, Nishida T.
Morphological features of the spermatic cord in the musk shrew (Suncus murinus) with special reference to extratesticular Leydig cells.
J Vet Med Sci.    impact factor:   .567
1999;  61(11): 1209-14

348:  Endo H, Kurohmaru M, Nishida T, Hattori S, Hayashi Y.
Cardiac musculature of the intrapulmonary vein in the musk shrew.
J Vet Med Sci.    impact factor:   .567
1992;  54(1): 119-23

349:  Trueb RM.
[Shampoos: composition and clinical applications]
Hautarzt.    impact factor:   .552
1998;  49(12): 895-901

350:  Song H, Guo T, Zhang R, Zheng C, Ma Y, Li X, Bi K, Tang X.
Preparation of the traditional Chinese medicine compound recipe heart-protecting musk pH-dependent gradient-release pellets.
Drug Dev Ind Pharm.    impact factor:   .497
2002;  28(10): 1261-73

351:  Khoo SW, Tay YK, Tham SN.
Photodermatoses in a Singapore skin referral centre.
Clin Exp Dermatol.    impact factor:   .493
1996;  21(4): 263-8

352:  Rao KS, Maikhuri RK, Nautiyal S, Saxena KG.
Crop damage and livestock depredation by wildlife: a case study from Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve, India.
J Environ Manage.    impact factor:   .488
2002;  66(3): 317-27

353:  Machet L, Vaillant L, Bensaid P, Muller C, Lorette G.
[Persistent photosensitivity: treatment with puvatherapy and prednisolone (corticopuvatherapy)]
Ann Dermatol Venereol.    impact factor:   .466
1992;  119(10): 737-43

354:  Fisher AA.
Consort contact dermatitis due to musk ambrette.
Cutis.    impact factor:   .452
1995;  55(4): 199-200

355:  Lan LR, Lee JY, Kao HF, Wang BJ, Chen HC.
Persistent light reaction with erythroderma caused by musk ambrette: a case report.
Cutis.    impact factor:   .452
1994;  54(3): 167-70

356:  Liebl B, Mayer R, Ommer S, Sonnichsen C, Koletzko B.
Transition of nitro musks and polycyclic musks into human milk.
Adv Exp Med Biol.    impact factor:   .446
2000;  478: 289-305

357:  Bedford JM.
Effects of elevated temperature on the epididymis and testis: experimental studies.
Adv Exp Med Biol.    impact factor:   .446
1991;  286: 19-32

358:  Fehr C, Chaptal-Gradoz N, Galindo J.
Synthesis of (-)-Vulcanolide by enantioselective protonation.
Chemistry.    impact factor:   0
2002;  8(4): 853-8

359:  Yoshida M, Kitoh J, Yanagita N.
Structure of the palate and pharynx in the house musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
Cells Tissues Organs.    impact factor:   0
2002;  171(4): 286-92

360:  Parker LA, Corrick ML, Limebeer CL, Kwiatkowska M.
Amphetamine and morphine produce a conditioned taste and place preference in the house musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process.    impact factor:   0
2002;  28(1): 75-82

361:  Ito H, Nishibayashi M, Kawabata K, Maeda S, Seki M, Ebukuro S.
Immunohistochemical demonstration of c-fos protein in neurons of the medulla oblongata of the musk shrew (Suncus murinus) after veratrine administration.
Exp Anim.    impact factor:   0
2002;  51(1): 19-25

362:  McConville J, Vincent A.
Diseases of the neuromuscular junction.
Curr Opin Pharmacol.    impact factor:   0
2002;  2(3): 296-301

363:  Ishikawa T, Ichikawa Y, Abe Y, Kitoh J, Yamashita K.
Three-dimensional distribution patterns of PRL, GH and ACTH cells in the house musk shrew ( Suncus murinus).
Anat Embryol (Berl).    impact factor:   0
2002;  205(2): 159-67

364:  Mann SS, Maini S, Nageswari KS, Mohan H, Handa A.
Assessment of olfactory status in allergic and non-allergic rhinitis patients.
Indian J Physiol Pharmacol.    impact factor:   0
2002;  46(2): 186-94

365:  de Kerchove D'Exaerde A, Cartaud J, Ravel-Chapuis A, Seroz T, Pasteau F, Angus LM, Jasmin BJ, Changeux JP, Schaeffer L.
Expression of mutant Ets protein at the neuromuscular synapse causes alterations in morphology and gene expression.
EMBO Rep.    impact factor:   0
2002;  3(11): 1075-81

366:  Till JH, Becerra M, Watty A, Lu Y, Ma Y, Neubert TA, Burden SJ, Hubbard SR.
Crystal structure of the MuSK tyrosine kinase: insights into receptor autoregulation.
Structure (Camb).    impact factor:   0
2002;  10(9): 1187-96

367:  Ishii K, Uchino M, Kuwahara M, Tsubone H, Ebukuro S.
Diurnal fluctuations of heart rate, body temperature and locomotor activity in the house musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
Exp Anim.    impact factor:   0
2002;  51(1): 57-62

368:  Sela BA.
[Agrin acts at the nerve-muscle synapse in the glomerular basal membrane and on T-lymphocytes]
Harefuah.    impact factor:   0
2002;  141(5): 448-52, 498, 497

369:  Dauberschmidt C, Hoffmann L.
Distribution of persistent lipophilic contaminants in fish from the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
Bull Environ Contam Toxicol.    impact factor:   0
2001;  66(2): 222-30

370:  Fu AK, Cheung J, Smith FD, Ip FC, Ip NY.
Overexpression of muscle specific kinase increases the transcription and aggregation of acetylcholine receptors in Xenopus embryos.
Brain Res Mol Brain Res.    impact factor:   0
2001;  96(1-2): 21-9

371:  Kakuta S, Oda S, Gotoh Y, Kishi K.
Calbindin-D28k and calretinin immunoreactive neurons in the olfactory bulb of the musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Brain Res Dev Brain Res.    impact factor:   0
2001;  129(1): 11-25

372:  Iwaniuk AN, Nelson JE.
A comparative analysis of relative brain size in waterfowl (Anseriformes).
Brain Behav Evol.    impact factor:   0
2001;  57(2): 87-97

373:  Smith JE, Paton JF, Andrews PL.
Cardiorespiratory reflexes in a working heart-brainstem preparation of the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Auton Neurosci.    impact factor:   0
2001;  89(1-2): 54-9

374:  Sanes JR, Lichtman JW.
Induction, assembly, maturation and maintenance of a postsynaptic apparatus.
Nat Rev Neurosci.    impact factor:   0
2001;  2(11): 791-805

375:  Moore C, Leu M, Muller U, Brenner HR.
Induction of multiple signaling loops by MuSK during neuromuscular synapse formation.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.    impact factor:   0
2001;  98(25): 14655-60

376:  Uchibayashi M.
[The nutmeg story]
Yakushigaku Zasshi.    impact factor:   0
2001;  36(1): 76-9

377:  Schmeiser HH, Gminski R, Mersch-Sundermann V.
Evaluation of health risks caused by musk ketone.
Int J Hyg Environ Health.    impact factor:   0
2001;  203(4): 293-9

378:  Ohno T, Kitoh J, Tanaka S, Nishimura M, Namikawa T.
Diabetic cataract of the musk shrew (Suncus murinus, Insectivora) exhibiting spontaneous non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM).
Exp Anim.    impact factor:   0
2001;  50(5): 431-3

379:  Ohno T, Horio F, Kitoh J, Tanaka S, Nishimura M, Namikawa T.
Blood and liver lipid concentrations in EDS shrews exhibiting spontaneous non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM).
Exp Anim.    impact factor:   0
2001;  50(5): 427-9

380:  Kraft P, Cadalbert R.
Constructing conformationally constrained macrobicyclic musks.
Chemistry.    impact factor:   0
2001;  7(15): 3254-62

381:  Mushiroda T, Yokoi T, Itoh K, Nunoya K, Nakagawa T, Kubota M, Takahara E, Nagata O, Kato H, Kamataki T.
The house musk shrew (Suncus murinus): a unique animal with extremely low level of expression of mRNAs for CYP3A and flavin-containing monooxygenase.
Comp Biochem Physiol C Toxicol Pharmacol.    impact factor:   0
2000;  126(3): 225-34

382:  Goto K, Ebukuro S, Ohashi H, Itoh T.
Pathogenicity of Helicobacter species isolated from the stomach of the house musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
Comp Med.    impact factor:   0
2000;  50(1): 73-7

383:  Ebukuro S, Wakana S, Hioki K, Nomura T.
Selective breeding of house musk shrew (Suncus murinus) lines in relation to emesis induced by veratrine sulfate.
Comp Med.    impact factor:   0
2000;  50(3): 281-3

384:  Andrews P, Dovey E, Hockaday J, Hoyle CH, Woods AJ, Matsuki N.
The development of the emetic reflex in the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Brain Res Dev Brain Res.    impact factor:   0
2000;  121(1): 29-34

385:  Yoshida M, Kitoh J, Yanagita N.
Structure of the middle ear and auditory tube in the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Cells Tissues Organs.    impact factor:   0
2000;  167(4): 290-6

386:  Moriguchi K, Utsumi M, Hanamura H, Ohno N.
Peroxidase activity in the submandibular gland of the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus (Soricidae, Insectivora).
Okajimas Folia Anat Jpn.    impact factor:   0
2000;  77(1): 29-33

387:  Bagatto B, Henry RP.
Bimodal respiration and ventilatory behavior in two species of central American turtles: effects of forced submergence.
Comp Biochem Physiol A Mol Integr Physiol.    impact factor:   0
2000;  126(1): 57-63

388:  Watty A, Neubauer G, Dreger M, Zimmer M, Wilm M, Burden SJ.
The in vitro and in vivo phosphotyrosine map of activated MuSK.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.    impact factor:   0
2000;  97(9): 4585-90

389:  Bentley MG, Watson GJ.
Making scents of sex underwater.
Biologist (London).    impact factor:   0
2000;  47(5): 251-4

390:  Gautam M, DeChiara TM, Glass DJ, Yancopoulos GD, Sanes JR.
Distinct phenotypes of mutant mice lacking agrin, MuSK, or rapsyn.
Brain Res Dev Brain Res.    impact factor:   0
1999;  114(2): 171-8

391:  Si J, Mei L.
ERK MAP kinase activation is required for acetylcholine receptor inducing activity-induced increase in all five acetylcholine receptor subunit mRNAs as well as synapse-specific expression of acetylcholine receptor varepsilon-transgene.
Brain Res Mol Brain Res.    impact factor:   0
1999;  67(1): 18-27

392:  Matsuura A, Ohno T, Matsushima T, Namikawa T, Ishikawa A.
Delayed development of reflexes and hyperactive locomotion in the spontaneous mutant "waltzing" of the musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Exp Anim.    impact factor:   0
1999;  48(3): 191-7

393:  Ito H, Maeda S, Hayakawa T, Seki M.
A parasympathetic ganglion innervating the harderian gland and lacrimal gland of the musk shrew (Suncus murinus): fluorescent tracing and immunohistochemical studies.
Exp Anim.    impact factor:   0
1999;  48(3): 145-52

394:  Visser NV, Smit-Kingma IE.
Antigen-antibody interactions: binding studies with fluorescence and surface plasmon resonance exemplified by acid-traseolide as antigen.
Spectrochim Acta A Mol Biomol Spectrosc.    impact factor:   0
1999;  55A(11): 2271-9

395:  Sukontason K, Piangjai S, Sukontason K, Chaithong U.
Potassium permanganate staining for differentiation the surface morphology of Opisthorchis viverrini, Haplorchis taichui and Phaneropsolus bonnei eggs.
Southeast Asian J Trop Med Public Health.    impact factor:   0
1999;  30(2): 371-4

396:  Mushiroda T, Yokoi T, Takahara E, Nagata O, Kato H, Kamataki T.
Sensitive assay of trimethylamine N-oxide in liver microsomes by headspace gas chromatography with flame thermionic detection.
J Chromatogr B Biomed Sci Appl.    impact factor:   0
1999;  734(2): 319-23

397:  Kondo S, Hanamura H, Ishikawa A, Namikawa T, Wakatsuki E.
An odontometrical difference in the mandibular molars of two laboratory strains of the musk shrew, Suncus murinus, derived from Bangladesh and Tokunoshima Island of Japan.
Okajimas Folia Anat Jpn.    impact factor:   0
1999;  76(5): 231-9

398:  Chanteau S, Rahalison L, Duplantier JM, Rasoamanana B, Ratsitorahina M, Dromigny JA, Laventure S, Duchemin JB, Boisier P, Rabeson D, Roux J.
[Update on plague in Madagascar]
Med Trop (Mars).    impact factor:   0
1998;  58(2 Suppl): 25-31

399:  Roveri P, Andrisano V, Di Pietra AM, Cavrini V.
GC-MS analysis of incenses for possible presence of allergenic nitromusks.
J Pharm Biomed Anal.    impact factor:   0
1998;  17(3): 393-8

400:  Burden SJ.
The formation of neuromuscular synapses.
Genes Dev.    impact factor:   0
1998;  12(2): 133-48

401:  Miura Y, Oda S.
Oxidation of fatty acids by kidney microsomes of musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
Comp Biochem Physiol B Biochem Mol Biol.    impact factor:   0
1998;  119(1): 107-12

402:  Sokolov VE, Prikhod'ko VI.
[Taxonomy of the musk deer (Artiodactyla, Mammalia)]
Izv Akad Nauk Ser Biol.    impact factor:   0
1998;  (1): 37-46

403:  Wang S, Dai R, Jin C.
[Clinical observation on artificial shexiang baoxin pill in treating 112 patients of coronary heart disease with angina pectoris]
Zhongguo Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1998;  18(4): 204-7

404:  Gill CJ, Rissman EF.
Mast cells in the neonate musk shrew brain: implications for neuroendocrine immune interactions.
Brain Res Dev Brain Res.    impact factor:   0
1998;  111(1): 129-36

405:  Bhiwgade DA, Panse CS, Taskar S, Uthaman D, Bhatnagar KP.
The endotheliochorial interhemal membrane of the Indian musk shrew, Suncus murinus: an ultrastructural study.
Ital J Anat Embryol.    impact factor:   0
1998;  103(2): 83-93

406:  Nomiya S, Nishizaki K, Anniko M, Karita K, Ogawa T, Masuda Y.
Appearance and distribution of two Ca2+-binding proteins during development of the cochlea in the musk shrew.
Brain Res Dev Brain Res.    impact factor:   0
1998;  110(1): 7-19

407:  Schroder HD.
[The problem of Q fever in zoo ungulates]
Berl Munch Tierarztl Wochenschr.    impact factor:   0
1998;  111(5): 173-4

408:  Kakuta S, Oda S, Takayanagi M, Kishi K.
Parvalbumin immunoreactive neurons in the main olfactory bulb of the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Brain Behav Evol.    impact factor:   0
1998;  52(6): 285-91

409:  Ishikawa A, Naito J, Namikawa T.
Open eyelids at birth, a new mutation in the musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Exp Anim.    impact factor:   0
1998;  47(2): 105-10

410:  Wang W, Bai J, Cheng G, Zhu X.
[Effects of the glucoprotein component of musk on functions of rat polymorphonuclear leukocytes activated by LTB4 in vitro]
Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1998;  23(4): 238-40, inside back cover

411:  Yamasaki M.
Comparative anatomical studies on the thyroid and thymic arteries. V. House musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
Okajimas Folia Anat Jpn.    impact factor:   0
1997;  73(6): 293-300

412:  Weissenstein E.
Budget musk is in the air. Here's what the healthcare players want as Washington engages in its yearly ritual.
Mod Healthc.    impact factor:   0
1997;  27(20): 30

413:  Glass DJ, Apel ED, Shah S, Bowen DC, DeChiara TM, Stitt TN, Sanes JR, Yancopoulos GD.
Kinase domain of the muscle-specific receptor tyrosine kinase (MuSK) is sufficient for phosphorylation but not clustering of acetylcholine receptors: required role for the MuSK ectodomain?
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.    impact factor:   0
1997;  94(16): 8848-53

414:  Wang W, Bai J, Cheng G, Zhu X.
[The effect of glucoprotein component of musk on arachidonic acid metabolizing enzymes in rat polymorphonuclear leukocytes]
Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1997;  22(5): 301-3, 320 inside back cover

415:  Wang W, Bai J, Cheng G, Zhu X.
[Effects of the glucoprotein component of musk on the functions of rat polymorphonuclear leukocytes activated by fMLP in vitro]
Zhongguo Yi Xue Ke Xue Yuan Xue Bao.    impact factor:   0
1997;  19(3): 222-6

416:  Angerer J, Kafferlein HU.
Gas chromatographic method using electron-capture detection for the determination of musk xylene in human blood samples. Biological monitoring of the general population.
J Chromatogr B Biomed Sci Appl.    impact factor:   0
1997;  693(1): 71-8

417:  Narita Y, Oda S, Moriyama A, Takenaka O, Kageyama T.
Pepsinogens and pepsins from house musk shrew, Suncus murinus: purification, characterization, determination of the amino-acid sequences of the activation segments, and analysis of proteolytic specificities.
J Biochem (Tokyo).    impact factor:   0
1997;  121(6): 1010-7

418:  Sokolov VE, Prikhod'ko VI.
[The taxonomy of the musk deer (Artiodactyla, Mammalia)]
Izv Akad Nauk Ser Biol.    impact factor:   0
1997;  (6): 677-87

419:  Stuard SB, Caudill D, Lehman-McKeeman LD.
Characterization of the effects of musk ketone on mouse hepatic cytochrome P450 enzymes.
Fundam Appl Toxicol.    impact factor:   0
1997;  40(2): 264-71

420:  Wang Y, Dong Z, Yang Z.
[The effects of menthol, borneolum and moschus on nasal airflow sensation and nasal resistance]
Zhonghua Er Bi Yan Hou Ke Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1997;  32(2): 112-4

421:  Matsuzaki T, Matsuzaki K, Yokoyama M, Yamada S, Saito M.
Superovulation induction in the house musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
Exp Anim.    impact factor:   0
1997;  46(3): 183-9

422:  Matsuzaki T, Matsuzaki K, Yokoyama M, Saito M.
The period of ovulation and presence of the first polar body of ova ovulated in the house musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
Exp Anim.    impact factor:   0
1997;  46(4): 291-6

423:  Luo HM, Dai RH, Wang SY.
[Study on heart-protecting musk pill in improving myocardial ischemia evaluated by nuclear myocardial imaging]
Zhongguo Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1996;  16(6): 323-5

424:  Wang SY, Dai RH, Jin C.
[Clinical observation of shexiang baoxinwan for treatment of coronary heart disease with angina pectoris]
Zhongguo Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1996;  16(12): 717-20

425:  Gao Y, Wang G, Wang L, Jin Y, Lu Q.
[Studies on the mutagenicity of artificial musk]
Zhongguo Yi Xue Ke Xue Yuan Xue Bao.    impact factor:   0
1996;  18(6): 435-8

426:  [No authors listed]
Musk ambrette and musk xylene.
IARC Monogr Eval Carcinog Risks Hum.    impact factor:   0
1996;  65: 477-95

427:  Boleas S, Fernandez C, Tarazona JV.
Toxicological and kinetic study of musk xylene in rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss.
Bull Environ Contam Toxicol.    impact factor:   0
1996;  57(2): 217-22

428:  Ishikawa A, Hashimoto T.
Hair growth and skin in the kinky-coat (kc) musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Exp Anim.    impact factor:   0
1996;  45(3): 227-32

429:  Hirano N, Tanaka S, Shiino M.
Distribution of alpha- and beta-subunits of glycoprotein hormones in thyrogonadotroph in the anterior pituitary cells of the musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
Acta Anat (Basel).    impact factor:   0
1996;  156(2): 87-93

430:  Aoki-Komori S, Saito TR, Sugiyama M, Takahashi KW, Taniguchi K.
[Histological studies on postnatal development of the musk gland in house musk shrews (Suncus murinus)]
Exp Anim.    impact factor:   0
1995;  43(5): 663-70

431:  Hirunagi K, Ishikawa A, Namikawa T, Uryu K.
Immunocytochemical identification of serotonergic supraependymal nerve fibers in the third ventricle of the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Anat Anz.    impact factor:   0
1995;  177(4): 297-304

432:  Ditto AM, Grammer LC, Kern RC.
Direct laryngoscopy with provocation: a useful method to distinguish acute laryngeal edema from nonorganic disease.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol.    impact factor:   0
1995;  75(1): 25-8

433:  Tagawa M, Hara Y, Ejima H, Komori S, Saito TR, Takahashi KW, Hioki K, Ebukuro S.
Sedative effect of medetomidine and its reversal by atipamezole in house musk shrews (Suncus murinus).
Exp Anim.    impact factor:   0
1995;  44(1): 49-55

434:  Niida S, Okada N, Wakisaka H, Maeda N, Kuratani S.
Development of the chondrocranial base of the musk shrew, Suncus murinus (Insectivora).
Exp Anim.    impact factor:   0
1995;  44(2): 79-86

435:  Zhao L, Zhang Y, Xu ZX.
[Clinical effect and experimental study of xijian tongshuan pill]
Zhongguo Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1994;  14(2): 71-3, 67

436:  Koelega HS.
Prepubescent children may have specific deficits in olfactory sensitivity.
Percept Mot Skills.    impact factor:   0
1994;  78(1): 191-9

437:  Tohya K, Kimura M.
[High endothelial venule and lymphocyte homing of the musk shrew palatine tonsil]
Kaibogaku Zasshi.    impact factor:   0
1994;  69(5): 661-8

438:  Zou QG, Su JJ.
[Quantitative analysis of muscone in shexiang baoxin pills by gas chromatography]
Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1994;  19(7): 418-9, 447

439:  Tohya K, Kimura M.
Immunohistochemical characterization of B cells and T cells in musk shrew (Suncus murinus) lymphoid tissues using monoclonal antibodies.
Histochemistry.    impact factor:   0
1994;  102(6): 445-50

440:  Neumann NJ, Holzle E, Lehmann P, Benedikter S, Tapernoux B, Plewig G.
Pattern analysis of photopatch test reactions.
Photodermatol Photoimmunol Photomed.    impact factor:   0
1994;  10(2): 65-73

441:  Wang CD, Guo YP.
[Effects of T4 monomer of Tripterygium wilfordii and artificial musk on experimental allergic neuritis]
Zhongguo Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1994;  14(4): 224-6, 197

442:  Takahashi Y, Kimura K.
Muscle study of the musk shrew (Suncus murinus riukiuanus). I. Gluteal and thigh muscles.
Kaibogaku Zasshi.    impact factor:   0
1993;  68(1): 58-66

443:  Tsubura A, Senzaki H, Takahashi H, Oyaizu T, Morii S.
Esophageal carcinoma in house musk shrews, Suncus murinus (Insectivora), induced by N-methyl-N'-nitro-N-nitrosoguanidine.
J Cancer Res Clin Oncol.    impact factor:   0
1993;  119(12): 717-20

444:  Ueno N, Sudo H, Hattori Y, Yuge K, Miyaki T, Ito H.
[Innervation of the external ear in humans and the musk shrew]
Nippon Jibiinkoka Gakkai Kaiho.    impact factor:   0
1993;  96(2): 212-8

445:  Mohanty N, Chainy GB.
Follicular growth rate and lack of influence of oestradiol valerate, testosterone propionate and aminoglutethimide phosphate on ovarian follicular development in the musk shrew, Suncus murinus L.
Indian J Exp Biol.    impact factor:   0
1993;  31(11): 869-73

446:  Leaman DW, Roberts RM.
Genes for the trophoblast interferons in sheep, goat, and musk ox and distribution of related genes among mammals.
J Interferon Res.    impact factor:   0
1992;  12(1): 1-11

447:  Cheng G.
[Pharmacological activities of musk. IV. Effects of musk on arachidonic acid metabolism in leukocytes from rat inflammatory exudate]
Zhongguo Yi Xue Ke Xue Yuan Xue Bao.    impact factor:   0
1992;  14(5): 346-50

448:  Tokunaga A, Ono K, Kondo S, Tanaka H, Kurose K, Nagai H.
Retinal projections in the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus, as determined by anterograde transport of WGA-HRP.
Brain Behav Evol.    impact factor:   0
1992;  40(6): 321-9

449:  Tohya K, Kimura M.
Ultrastructural study of postnatal development of the tonsillar crypt epithelium of the musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Anat Embryol (Berl).    impact factor:   0
1992;  186(4): 335-40

450:  Zahng H.
[Clinical research on the pain syndrome due to prolapsed lumbar intervertebral disk treated by moxibustion with shexiang dan (musk pill)]
Zhen Ci Yan Jiu.    impact factor:   0
1992;  17(4): 246-9

451:  Smals AG, Weusten JJ.
16-Ene-steroids in the human testis.
J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol.    impact factor:   0
1991;  40(4-6): 587-92

452:  Meyer TA, Powell JB.
Quantitation of the nitrosamine 2-ethylhexyl-4-(N-methyl-N-nitrosoamino) benzoate (NPABAO) in sunscreen products.
J Assoc Off Anal Chem.    impact factor:   0
1991;  74(5): 766-71

453:  Piccinini M, Kleinschmidt T, Gorr T, Weber RE, Kunzle H, Braunitzer G.
Primary structure and oxygen-binding properties of the hemoglobin from the lesser hedgehog tenrec (Echinops telfairi, Zalambdodonta). Evidence for phylogenetic isolation.
Biol Chem Hoppe Seyler.    impact factor:   0
1991;  372(11): 975-89

454:  Irie K, Furukawa K, Muraki T, Oike N, Nomoto T.
Response to opioids of isolated small intestine in the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Comp Biochem Physiol C.    impact factor:   0
1991;  99(3): 573-8

455:  Hirunagi K, Fujioka T, Furumura K, Yokoyama A.
Scanning electron microscopy of the ovary in the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Anat Anz.    impact factor:   0
1991;  172(4): 241-6

456:  Zhao L, Liu ZM, Piao ZZ.
[Clinical and experimental study on cerebral thrombosis treated with antithrombotic xinmaining]
Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1991;  11(6): 327-30, 323

457:  Megahed M, Holzle E, Plewig G.
Persistent light reaction associated with photoallergic contact dermatitis to musk ambrette and allergic contact dermatitis to fragrance mix.
Dermatologica.    impact factor:   0
1991;  182(3): 199-202

458:  Hong X, Wang Z.
[A preliminary research on the quality of musk]
Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1991;  16(4): 230-2, 255

459:  Hayakawa R, Hirose O, Arima Y.
Pigmented contact dermatitis due to musk moskene.
J Dermatol.    impact factor:   0
1991;  18(7): 420-4

460:  Mallet AI, Holland KT, Rennie PJ, Watkins WJ, Gower DB.
Applications of gas chromatography-mass spectrometry in the study of androgen and odorous 16-androstene metabolism by human axillary bacteria.
J Chromatogr.    impact factor:   0
1991;  562(1-2): 647-58

461:  Tesana S, Srisawangwonk T, Kaewkes S, Sithithaworn P, Kanla P, Arunyanart C.
Eggshell morphology of the small eggs of human trematodes in Thailand.
Southeast Asian J Trop Med Public Health.    impact factor:   0
1991;  22(4): 631-6

462:  Scholes EW, Basketter DA, Lovell WW, Sarll AE, Pendlington RU.
The identification of photoallergic potential in the local lymph node assay.
Photodermatol Photoimmunol Photomed.    impact factor:   0
1991;  8(6): 249-54

463:  Hong SY, Wang XL.
[Clinical effects and immune regulation of musk-moxa-string therapy in 39 patients with scrofula]
Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1991;  11(8): 465-7, 451-2

464:  Torii Y, Saito H, Matsuki N.
5-Hydroxytryptamine is emetogenic in the house musk shrew, Suncus murinus.
Naunyn Schmiedebergs Arch Pharmacol.    impact factor:   0
1991;  344(5): 564-7

465:  Wang CY, Zhang DY, Huang LZ.
[Synthesis of muscopyridine and its analogs]
Yao Xue Xue Bao.    impact factor:   0
1991;  26(5): 379-82

466:  Wu Q, Qiu NY, Ge ZH.
[Analysis of musk rheumatic oil by GC/FTIR]
Yao Xue Xue Bao.    impact factor:   0
1990;  25(1): 44-8

467:  Iwama Y, Nakano T, Hasegawa K.
Immunohistochemical study of adenohypophysial gonadotropes in the musk shrew, Suncus murinus L. (Insectivora).
Okajimas Folia Anat Jpn.    impact factor:   0
1990;  67(5): 333-7

468:  Sokolov VE, Ushakova NA, Prikhod'ko VI, Nekliudova TI, Gromov VS, Beolusova IP.
[Characteristics of microbial association in secretions of various mammalian sebaceous glands]
Mikrobiologiia.    impact factor:   0
1990;  59(3): 472-81

469:  Ding M, Lin W.
[Analgesic anti-inflammatory effects of moschus bone-setting liquor in local traumatic ecchymosis]
Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1990;  15(1): 49-51, 65

470:  Hijikata T, Sakai T, Yohro T.
Lower axial skeleton of the musk shrew (Suncus murinus).
Kaibogaku Zasshi.    impact factor:   0
1990;  65(4): 159-75

471:  Ng SK.
Common environmental contact allergens in Singapore.
Singapore Med J.    impact factor:   0
1990;  31(6): 616-8

472:  Gerberick GF, Ryan CA.
Use of UVB and UVA to induce and elicit contact photoallergy in the mouse.
Photodermatol Photoimmunol Photomed.    impact factor:   0
1990;  7(1): 13-9

 

Responsed in 4484 milliseconds.

Webpage designed by Dr. Xueliang Fang, last updated on 3/10/2005