David Weinshenker

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Human Bacterial Artificial Chromosome (BAC) Transgenesis Fully Rescues Noradrenergic Function in Dopamine beta-Hydroxylase Knockout Mice

by Joseph Cubells; Jason Schroeder; Elizabeth S. Barrie; Daniel F. Manvich; Wolfgang Sadee; Tiina Berg; Kristina Mercer; Taylor A. Stowe; L. Cameron Liles; Katherine E. Squires; Andrew Mezher; Patrick Curtin; Dannie L. Perdomo; Patricia Szot; David Weinshenker



Noradrenergic regulation of plasticity marker expression in the adult rodent piriform cortex

by Krishna C. Vadodaria; Sudhirkumar U. Yanpallewar; Mayur Vadhvani; Devyani Toshniwal; L. Cameron Liles; Karen Rommelfanger; David Weinshenker; Vidita A. Vaidya



Selective Loss of Noradrenaline Exacerbates Early Cognitive Dysfunction and Synaptic Deficits in APP/PS1 Mice

by Thea Hammerschmidt; Markus P. Kummer; Dick Terwel; Ana Martinez; Ali Gorji; Hans-Christian Pape; Karen Rommelfanger; Jason Schroeder; Monika Stoll; Joachim Schultze; David Weinshenker; Michael T. Heneka



A Method for Psychosocial Stress-Induced Reinstatement of Cocaine Seeking in Rats

by Daniel F Manvich; Taylor A Stowe; Jodi R Godfrey; David Weinshenker



Bacterial adrenergic sensors regulate virulence of enteric pathogens in the gut

by Cristiano G. Moreira; Regan Russell; Animesh Anand Mishra; Sanjeev Narayanan; Jennifer M. Ritchie; Matthew K. Waldor; Meredith M. Curtis; Sebastian E. Winter; David Weinshenker; Vanessa Sperandio