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Publications

Publications

Journal Articles

1. Swatzwelder HS. Risher ML, Miller KM, Winder DG, Wills TA (2016). Changes in the adult GluN2B associated proteome following adolescent intermittent Ethanol exposure. PLoS One, 11(5) PMID:27213757.

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2. Wills TA, Baucum AJ, Holleran KM, Chen Y, Pasek JG, Delpire E, Tabb DL, Colbran RJ, Winder DG (2015). Chronic intermittent alcohol disrupts the GluN2B-associated proteome and specifically regulates group I mGlu receptor-dependent long-term depression. Addiction Biology. Online.

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3. Risher ML, Fleming RL, Risher WC, Miller KM, Klein RC, Wills TA, Acheson SK, Moore SD, Eroglu C, Swartzwelder (2015). Adolescent intermittent alcohol exposure: persistence of structural and functional hippocampal abnormalities into adulthood. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 39: 989-97.

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4. Louderback KM, Wills TA, Muglia LJ, and Winder DG (2013). Knockdown of BNST GluN2B-containing NMDA receptors mimics the actions of ketamine on novelty-induced hypophagia. Transl Psychiatry, 3: e331.  PMID: 24301649.

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 5.  Wills TA, Kash TL, and Winder DG (2013). Developmental changes in the acute ethanol sensitivity of glutamatergic and GABAergic transmission in the BNST. Alcohol, 47:  531-7.  PMID: 24103431. 

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6.  Wieczorek L, Majumdar D, Wills TA, Hu L, Winder DG, Webb DJ, Muglia LJ (2012). Absence of Ca2+-stimulated adenylyl cyclases leads to reduced synaptic plasticity and impaired experience-dependent fear memory. Transl Psychiatry, 2: e126.

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7. Wills TA, Klug JR, Silberman Y, Baucum AJ, Weitlauf C, Colbran RJ, Delpire E, Winder DG (2012).  GluN2B subunit deletion reveals key role in acute and chronic ethanol sensitivity of glutamate synapses in bed nucleus of the stria terminalis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.,109:  E278-87. PMID:  22219357

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8. Knapp DJ, Overstreet DH, Huang MM, Wills TA, Whitman BA, Angel RA, Sinnett SE, Breese GR (2011). Effects of a Stressor and Corticotrophin Releasing Factor on Ethanol Deprivation-Induced Ethanol Intake and Anxiety-Like Behavior in Alcohol-Preferring P Rats. Psychopharmacology, 218: 179-89. PMID: 21643675

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9. Knapp DJ, Whitman BA, Wills TA, Angel RA, Overstreet DH, Criswell HE, Ming Z, Breese GR (2011).  Cytokine involvement in stress may depend on corticotrophin releasing factor to sensitize ethanol withdrawal anxiety. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 25: S146-S154, PMID: 21377524.

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10.  Wills TA, Knapp DJ, Overstreet DH, Breese, GR (2010).  Interactions of stress and CRF in ethanol-withdrawal induced anxiety in adolescent and adult rats.  Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 34: 1603-12, PMCID: PMC2948468.

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11. Huang MM, Overtstreet DH, Knapp DJ, Angel R, Wills TA, Navarro M, Rivier J, Vale W, Breese GR (2009).  Corticotropin releasing factor (CRF) sensitization of ethanol withdrawal-induced anxiety-like behavior is brain site specific and mediated by CRF-1 receptors: relation to stress-induced sensitization.  Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, 332: 298-307, PMCID: PMC2802475.

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12. Wills TA, Knapp DJ, Overstreet DH, Breese, GR (2009). Sensitization, duration, and pharmacological blockade of anxiety-like behavior following repeated withdrawals in adolescent and adult rats. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 33: 455-63, PMCID: PMC2847263.

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13.  Wills TA, Knapp DJ, Overstreet DH, Breese, GR (2008). Differential dietary ethanol intake and blood ethanol levels in adolescent and adult rats: Effects on anxiety-like behavior and seizure thresholds. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 32:  1350-1360, PMCID: PMC2855489.

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14. Breese GR, Knapp DJ, Overstreet DH, Navarro M, Wills TA, Angel RA (2008).  Repeated lipopolysaccharide (LPS) or cytokine treatments sensitize ethanol withdrawal-induced anxiety-like behavior. Neuropsychopharmacology, 33: 867-876, PMCID: PMC2268634.

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15. Parnell SE, Dehart DB, Wills TA, Chen S-Y, Hodge CW, Besheer J, Waage-Baudet HG, Charness ME, Sulik KK (2006).  Maternal Oral Intake Mouse Model for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: Ocular Defects as a Measure of Effect.  Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 30: 1791-1798.

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Reviews/Book Chapters

Wills TA, Winder DG (2012). Ethanol effects on NMDA Receptors in the Bed Nucleus of the Stria Terminalis. Addiction: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press.

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