LE WE PMID CA
Lithium3606Lithium

5 Aminosalicylate

Alcohol

Amphetamines

Anticonvulsive agents

Autophagy

Barbiturate

Benzodiazepine

Beta adrenergic antagonists

Calcium antagonists

CO (Carbonic monoxide)

Cocain

Cyanide

Depression

Gamma hydroxybutyric acid

GSK3

Inositol monophosphatase

Kidney (Toxicology)

Lithium

Methemoglobinemia

Neuroprotective agents

Neurotrophin

Opioid (BASKET)

Organophosphorous compounds

Paracetamole

Pesticides

Phencyclidine

PTH (Hyperparathyreoidism BASKET)

ssRI

Theophylline

Toxicology (BASKET)

Wnt beta Catenin TCF

2003  
1
Lithium augmentation therapy in refractory depression: clinical evidence and neurobiological mechanisms.
[12971013] Can J Psychiatry 48(7): 440-8 (2003)
2003  
2
The antisuicidal and mortality-reducing effect of lithium prophylaxis: consequences for guidelines in clinical psychiatry.
[12971012] Can J Psychiatry 48(7): 433-9 (2003)
2001  
3
1998  
4
Lithium: a molecular transducer of mood-stabilization in the treatment of bipolar disorder.
[9741960] Neuropsychopharmacology 19(3): 161-6 (1998)
1998  
5
Behavioral reversal of lithium effects by four inositol isomers correlates perfectly with biochemical effects on the PI cycle: depletion by chronic lithium of brain inositol is specific to hypothalamus, and inositol levels may be abnormal in postmortem brain from bipolar patients.
[9653710] Neuropsychopharmacology 19(3): 220-32 (1998)
1998  
6
Beyond lithium in the treatment of bipolar illness.
[9653709] Neuropsychopharmacology 19(3): 206-19 (1998)
1998  
7
Lithium--early development, toxicity, and renal function.
[9653708] Neuropsychopharmacology 19(3): 200-5 (1998)
1998  
8
Has the effectiveness of lithium changed? Impact of the variety of lithium's effects.
[9653705] Neuropsychopharmacology 19(3): 183-8 (1998)
1998  
9
The lithium ion: a foundation for psychopharmacological specificity.
[9653704] Neuropsychopharmacology 19(3): 167-82 (1998)
2007  
10
Update: new uses for lithium and anticonvulsants.
[17984856] CNS Spectr 12(11): 831-41 (2007)
2002  
11
Lithium: occurrence, dietary intakes, nutritional essentiality.
[11838882] J Am Coll Nutr 21(1): 14-21 (2002)
2003  
12
Adult toxicology in critical care: Part II: specific poisonings.
[12628894] Chest 123(3): 897-922 (2003)
2011  
13
Lithium use and primary hyperparathyroidism.
[21247849] Endocr Pract 17 Suppl 1(-): 31-5 (2011)
2009  
14
Lithium and neuropsychiatric therapeutics: neuroplasticity via glycogen synthase kinase-3beta, beta-catenin, and neurotrophin cascades.
[19423950] J Pharmacol Sci 110(1): 14-28 (2009)
2006  
15
Inositol and IP3 levels regulate autophagy: biology and therapeutic speculations.
[16874097] Autophagy 2(2): 132-4 (2006)
2005  
16
Glycogen synthase kinase-3: a putative molecular target for lithium mimetic drugs.
[15827567] Neuropsychopharmacology 30(7): 1223-37 (2005)
2010  
17
2010  
18
Lithium's emerging role in the treatment of refractory major depressive episodes: augmentation of antidepressants.
[20453533] Neuropsychobiology 62(1): 36-42 (2010)
2010  
19
Novel insights into lithium's mechanism of action: neurotrophic and neuroprotective effects.
[20453535] Neuropsychobiology 62(1): 50-60 (2010)
2007  
20
In search of the Holy Grail for the treatment of neurodegenerative disorders: has a simple cation been overlooked?
[17572175] Biol Psychiatry 62(1): 4-6 (2007)

Downloaded from http://www.kidney.de - The Database of Free Medical Reviews - The Metatextbook of Medicine - Ossip Groth

All Medline data shown were primarily retrieved from MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.



Search PubMed and many other databases on the combined search terms

GG: lithium

  • Lithium

  • The BDOM Bibliographic Dictionary of Medicine is a curated collection of free medical articles tagged to concepts.
    Contents until 2011 are reviews from PubMed, contents flagged 'PMC' are regular articles from PubMed Central.
    Search BDOM
    Nephrology Collection
    Radiology Locator

    PubMedCentral monthly collection of free medical articles by major subject

    The framed wikipedia articles are from en.wikipedia.org and they are the actual versions; the first is from Nephropedia