The passage of 14C-delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol into the milk of lactating squirrel monkeys.      (abst – 1976)                            


Mammary excretion of cannabidiol in rabbits after intravenous administration. (abst – 1994) plus


Born with the munchies                     (news – 2000)    (may need registration)


Critical role of the endogenous cannabinoid system in mouse pup suckling and growth (abst – 2001)                                


The endocannabinoid system: function in survival of the embryo, the newborn and the neuron.    (abst – 2002)                       


Milk intake and survival in newborn cannabinoid CB1 receptor knockout mice: evidence for a “CB3” receptor.                                                  (abst – 2003)


Effect of maternal under-nutrition on pup body weight and hypothalamic endocannabinoid levels.          (abst – 2003)                                  


The endocannabinoid-CB(1) receptor system in pre- and postnatal life.            (abst – 2004)


The endocannabinoid-CB receptor system: Importance for development and in pediatric disease. (abst – 2004)               


Endocannabinoids and food intake: newborn suckling and appetite regulation in adulthood.        (full – 2005)       =&fullt   ext=cannabinoid&searchid=1&FIRSTINDEX=1040&resourcetype=HWCIT


The cannabinoid system and its importance in the perinatal period              (abst – 2005)


Endocannabinoids, feeding and suckling – from our perspective             (full – 2006)


Inhibition of milk ingestion and growth after administration of a neutral cannabinoid CB1 receptor antagonist on the first postnatal day in the mouse.                                                     (abst – 2007)


Classical Values: Mothers Drugging Newborns                (news – 2009)


Commentary: Functional Neuronal CB2 Cannabinoid Receptors in the CNS. (full – 2011)                         


Father: Medical marijuana eased pain of my cancer-battling son              (anecdotal – 2011)


Cannabinoid modulation of mother-infant interaction: is it just about milk? (abst – 2012)  0074.xml?rskey=wRYgJd&result=1&q=cannabinoid


Cannabinoids, like those found in marijuana, occur naturally in human breast milk (news – 2012)                             


Cannnabinoids, Breast Milk, and Development                (news – 2012)


Cannabinoids: Common to Marijuana and Human Breast Milk                (news – 2012)


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