The Biomedical Sciences Faculty Research and Publications Series is comprised of books and articles published by Marquette University's biomedical sciences faculty.

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Submissions from 2013

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Primary Blast Traumatic Brain Injury in the Rat: Relating Diffusion Tensor Imaging and Behavior, Matthew D. Budde, Alok Shah, Michael McCrea, William E. Cullinan, Frank A. Pintar, and Brian D. Stemper

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Intrahypothalamic Pituitary Adenylate Cyclase-Activating Polypeptide Regulates Energy Balance via Site-Specific Actions on Feeding and Metabolism, Sujean Choi

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Oral Branched-Chain Amino Acid Supplements That Reduce Brain Serotonin During Exercise in Rats Also Lower Brain Catecholamines, Sujean Choi, Briana DiSilvio, Madelyn H. Fernstrom, and John D. Fernstrom

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Suprachiasmatic Astrocytes Modulate the Circadian Clock in Response to TNF-α, Jennifer A. Evans

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Corticosterone Acts in the Nucleus Accumbens to Enhance Dopamine Signaling and Potentiate Reinstatement of Cocaine Seeking, Evan N. Graf, Robert A. Wheeler, David Baker, Amanda L. Ebben, Jonathan E. Hill, Jayme R. McReynolds, Mykel A. Robble, Daniel S. Wheeler, John Mantsch, and Paul J. Gasser

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Conserved Extracellular Cysteines Differentially Regulate the Potentiation Produced by Zn2+ in Rat P2X4 Receptors, Chao-Ying Li, Ke-Ming Xiong, Yu-Xiang Wu, Yu-Wei Liu, Lin Chen, Randall B. Stewart, Robert Peoples, and Chu-Li Yi

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Reduction in Phencyclidine Induced Sensorimotor Gating Deficits in the Rat Following Increased System Xc − Activity in the Medial Prefrontal Cortex, Victoria Lutgen, Krista Qualmann, Jon M. Resch, Linghai Kong, Sujean Choi, and David Baker

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A Novel Alcohol-Sensitive Position in the N-Methyl-d-Aspartate Receptor GluN2A Subunit M3 Domain Regulates Agonist Affinity and Ion Channel Gating, Robert Peoples

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A Novel Alcohol-Sensitive Position in the M3 Domain of the NMDA Receptor GluN2B Subunit, Robert Peoples

Submissions from 2012

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Thinking Outside the Cleft to Understand Synaptic Activity: Contribution of the Cystine-Glutamate Antiporter (System xc−) to Normal and Pathological Glutamatergic Signaling, Richard Bridges, Victoria Lutgen, Doug Lobner, and David Baker

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Time Course of Cocaine-Induced Behavioral and Neurochemical Plasticity, Victoria Lutgen, Linghai Kong, Kristen S. Kau, Aric Madayag, John Mantsch, and David Baker

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A Novel Alcohol-Sensitive Site in the M3 Domain of the NMDA Receptor GluN2A Subunit, Hong Ren and Robert Peoples

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A Site of Alcohol Action at the NMDA Receptor M3-M4 Domain Interface, Hong Ren, Yuanhao Zhao, D.S Dwyer, and Robert Peoples

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Cannabinoid Receptor Involvement in Stress-Induced Cocaine Reinstatement: Potential Interaction with Noradrenergic Pathways, Linda K. Vaughn, John Mantsch, Oliver Vranjkovic, G. Stroh, M. LaCourt, M. Kreutter, and Cecilia J. Hillard

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l-Tetrahydropalamatine: A Potential New Medication for the Treatment of Cocaine Addiction, Jia Bei Wang​ and John Mantsch

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Catecholamines in the Bed Nucleus of the Stria Terminalis Reciprocally Respond to Reward and Aversion, Robert A. Wheeler

Submissions from 2011

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Serotonin mediated changes in corticotropin releasing factor mRNA expression and feeding behavior isolated to the hypothalamic paraventricular nuclei, Joanne P. Boisvert, Tyler J. Boschuetz, Jon M. Resch, Christopher R. Mueller, and Sujean Choi

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Glutamatergic plasticity in medial prefrontal cortex and ventral tegmental area following extended-access cocaine self-administration, Behnam Ghasemzadeh, Preethi Vasudevan, Chad Giles, Anthony Purgianto, Chad Seubert, and John Mantsch

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Adrenal Activity during Repeated Long-Access Cocaine Self-Administration is Required for Later CRF-Induced and CRF-Dependent Stressor-Induced Reinstatement in Rats, Evan N. Graf, Michael A. Hoks, Jean Baumgardner, Jose Sierra, Oliver Vranjkovic, Colin Bohr, David Baker, and John Mantsch

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Augmented Cocaine Seeking in Response to Stress or CRF Delivered into the Ventral Tegmental Area Following Long-Access Self-Administration Is Mediated by CRF Receptor Type 1 But Not CRF Receptor Type 2, John Mantsch, Jordan M. Blacktop, Chad Seubert, Nathan Ferda, Geng Lee, Evan N. Graf, and David Baker

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A Single Phenylalanine Residue in the Main Intracellular Loop of α1 γ-Aminobutyric Acid Type A and Glycine Receptors Influences Their Sensitivity to Propofol, Gustavo Moraga-Cid, Gonzalo E. Yevenes, Günther Schmalzing, Robert Peoples, and Luis G. Aguayo

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Ethanol Is a Fast Channel Inhibitor of P2X4 Receptors, Olga Ostrovskaya, Liana Asatryan, Letisha Wyatt, Maya Popova, Kaixun Li, Robert Peoples, Ronald L. Alkana, and Daryl L. Davies

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Stimulation of the hypothalamic ventromedial nuclei by pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating polypeptide induces hypophagia and thermogenesis, Jon M. Resch, Joanne P. Boisvert, Allison E. Hourigan, Christopher R. Mueller, Sun Shin Yi, and Sujean Choi

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Forebrain Origins of Glutamatergic Innervation to the Rat Paraventricular Nucleus of the Hypothalamus: Differential Inputs to the Anterior Versus Posterior Subregions, Yvonne M. Ulrich-Lai, Kenneth R. Jones, Dana R. Ziegler, William E. Cullinan, and James P. Herman

Submissions from 2010

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Involvement of Noradrenergic Neurotransmission in the Stress- but not Cocaine-Induced Reinstatement of Extinguished Cocaine-Induced Conditioned Place Preference in Mice: Role for β-2 Adrenergic Receptors, John Mantsch, Andy Meyer, Oliver Vranjkovic, Chad E. Beyer, David A. Baker, and Holly Caretta

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Levo-Tetrahydropalmatine Attenuates Cocaine Self-Administration under a Progressive-Ratio Schedule and Cocaine Discrimination in Rats, John Mantsch, Samantha Wisniewski, Oliver Vranjkovic, Corey Peters, Amanda Becker, Abbey Valentine, Shi-Jiang Li, David Baker, and Zheng Yang

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Synaptotoxicity of Alzheimer Beta Amyloid Can Be Explained by Its Membrane Perforating Property, Fernando Sepulveda, Jorge Parodi, Robert Peoples, Carlos Opazo, and Luis G. Aguayo