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Jeffrey L. Weiner, PhD

Jeffrey L. Weiner, PhD - Recent Publications

Silberman Y, Bajo M, Chappell AM, Christian DT, Cruz M, Diaz MR, Kash T, Lack AK, Messing RO, Siggins GR, Winder D, Roberto M, McCool BA, Weiner JL (2009) Neurobiological mechanisms contributing to alcohol-stress-anxiety interactions.Alcohol, 43: 509-519.

Silberman Y, Ariwodola OJ, Weiner JL (2009) Differential Effects of GABAB Autoreceptor Activation on Ethanol Potentiation of Local and Lateral Paracapsular GABAergic Synapses in the Rat Basolateral Amygdala.Neuropharmacology, 56: 886-895.

Chappell AM, Weiner JL (2008) Relationship between ethanol's acute locomotor effects and ethanol self-administration in male Long-Evans rats.Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 32: 2088-2099.

Silberman Y, Shi L, Brunso-Bechtold JK, Weiner JL (2008) Distinct mechanisms of ethanol potentiation of local and paracapsular GABAergic synapses in the rat basolateral amygdala.Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, 324: 251-260.

Läck AK, Ariwodola OJ, Chappell AM, Weiner JL, McCool BA (2008) Ethanol inhibition of kainate receptor-mediated excitatory neurotransmission in the rat basolateral nucleus of the amygdala.Neuropharmacology, 55: 661-668

Werner DF, Blednov YA, Ariwodola OJ, Silberman Y, Logan E, Berry RB, Borghese CM, Matthews D, Weiner JL, Harrison NL, Harris RA, Homanics GE (2006) Knock-in mice with ethanol-insensitive alpha1-containing GABAA receptors display selective alterations in behavioral responses to ethanol.Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, 319: 219-227.

Dubois D, Perlegas A, Floyd D, Weiner J, McCool B (2006) Distinct functional characteristics of the lateral/basolateral amygdala GABAergic system in C57BL/6J and DBA/2J mice.Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, 318: 629-640.

Weiner JL, Valenzuela CF (2006) Ethanol modulation of GABAergic inhibition: The view from the slice, Pharmacology and Therapeutics111: 533-554.

Crowder TL, Ariwodola OJ, WeinerJL (2006) Kainate receptor activation potentiates GABAergic synaptic transmission in the nucleus accumbens core.Brain Research, 1088: 73-82.

Roberto M, Treistman SN, Pietrykowski AZ, Weiner JL, Galindo MM, Valenzuela CF, Zhu P, Lovinger D, Zhang TA, Hendricson AH, Morrisett R and Siggins GR (2006) Actions of acute and chronic ethanol on presynaptic terminals, Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Therapeutics, 30: 222-232.

Ramsey MM, Ariwodola OJ, Sonntag WE, Weiner JL (2005) Functional characterization of DES-IGF-1 action at excitatory synapses in the CA1 region of rat hippocampus. Journal of Neurophysiology, 94: 247-254.

Ariwodola OJ, Weiner JL (2004) Ethanol potentiation of GABAergic synaptic transmission may be self-limiting: role of presynaptic GABAB receptors. Journal of Neuroscience, 24: 10679-10686.

Ariwodola OJ, Crowder TL, Grant KA, Daunais JB, Friedman DP, Weiner JL (2003) Ethanol modulation of excitatory and inhibitory synaptic transmission in rat and monkey dentate granule neurons.Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 27:1632-1639.

Carta M, Ariwodola OJ, Weiner JL, Valenzuela CF (2003) Alcohol potently inhibits the kainate receptor-dependent excitatory drive of hippocampal interneurons. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 100: 6813-6818.

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