Abstracts from Society for Neuroscience (SFN) New Orleans, Louisiana | November 8-12, 2003

13.3 SPINAL NEURONS THAT POSSESS THE SUBSTANCE P RECEPTOR (SPR) MODULATE DESCENDING SYSTEMS THAT CONTROL EXCITABILITY OF SPINAL NOCICEPTIVE NEURONS.

S.G.Khasabov; J.R.Ghilardi; P.W.Mantyh; D.A.Simone

featuring IT-07 SP-SAP (Slide Presentation)

61.11 PROGRESSIVE EFFECTS OF CHOLINERGIC DEPLETION ON CORTICAL FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES IN THE SOMATOSENSORY CORTEX OF RATS.

P.Herron; N.S.-Ismail

featuring IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (poster)

64.11 ABLATION OF A POPULATION OF NK-1 EXPRESSING NEURONS IN THE DORSAL HORN OF THE SPINAL CORD DOES NOT INDUCE alpha-beta SPROUTING INTO LAMINA II.

M.Woods; G.Whiteside; M.Pearson; J.Pomonis; P.Turchin; K.Walker

featuring IT-07 SP-SAP (poster)

87.3 PURKINJE CELL DEPLETION BY OX7-SAPORIN IMPAIRS EYEBLINK CONDITIONED EXCITATION AND INHIBITION IN RATS.

B.C.Nolan; J.H.Freeman

featuring IT-02 OX7-SAP (poster)

174.15 SELECTIVE DESTRUCTION OF MOR EXPRESSING DORSAL HORN NEURONS USING INTRATHECAL DERMORPHIN-SAPORIN.

R.G.Wiley; S.A.Miller; R.H.Kline, IV

featuring IT-12 Dermorphin-SAP (poster)

174.7 SSP-SAPORIN DECREASES FORMALIN INDUCED C-FOS EXPRESSION THROUGHOUT THE DORSAL HORN.

R.H.Kline IV; R.G.Wiley

featuring IT-11 SSP-SAP (poster)

177.4 A SINGLE ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA (RVM) TREATMENT WITH CHOLECYSTOKININ-SAPORIN (CCK-SAP) PREVENTS THE DEVELOPMENT OF OPIOID-INDUCED PARADOXICAL PAIN AND SPINAL MORPHINE ANTINOCICEPTIVE TOLERANCE.

Y.Xie; T.W.Vanderah; M.H.Ossipov; J.Lai; F.Porreca

featuring CCK-SAP (poster)

177.5 SELECTIVE ELIMINATION OF MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR EXPRESSING NEURONS IN THE ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA (RVM) DOES NOT AFFECT PERIAQUEDUCTAL GRAY (PAG) STIMULATION-PRODUCED ANALGESIA.

I.Harasawa; J.Lai; F.Porreca; H.L.Fields; I.D.Meng

featuring IT-12 Dermorphin-SAP (poster)

255.5 CHOLINERGIC ACTIVITY ENHANCES HIPPOCAMPAL CA1 LONG-TERM POTENTIATION DURING WALKING IN RATS.

L.S.Leung; B.Shen; J.Ma; N.Rajakumar

featuring IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (poster)

296.7 H3 RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS MODULATE BEHAVIOUR IN A VISUAL SPATIAL ATTENTION TASK IN RATS WITH SELECTIVE LESIONS OF THE NUCLEUS BASALIS MAGNOCELLULARIS.

J.L.Muir; F.E.Harrison

featuring IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (poster)

325.15 PRODUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF BIOTINYLATED GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE ANALOGS CONJUGATED TO AVIDINYLATED SAPORIN.

B.T.Miller; T.J.Collins

featuring IT-09 Avidinylated-SAP (poster)

325.16 CHOLERA TOXIN B-SAPORIN CYTOTOXICITY IS CORRELATED WITH THE EXTENT OF GM1 EXPRESSION ON THE CELL SURFACE.

M.D.Kohls; D.A.Lappi

featuring IT-14 CTB-SAP (poster)

329 SEROTONERGIC NEURONS AND DEVELOPMENT: IMPLICATIONS FOR NORMAL BRAIN FUNCTION AND HUMAN DISEASE.

G.B.Richerson; E.E.Nattie; E.S.Deneris; J.M.Lauder

featuring IT-23 Anti-SERT-SAP (symposium)

348.9 ALTERED NEUROGENESIS AFTER CHOLINERGIC FOREBRAIN LESION IN THE ADULT RAT.

C.M.Cooper-Kuhn, PhD; J.Winkler, MD; H.Kuhn, PhD

featuring IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (poster)

422.3 THE EFFECTS OF IGG-192-SAPORIN LESIONS OF LIMBIC FOREBRAIN ON RAT COCAINE SELF-ADMINISTRATION.

C.Co; X.Yin; W.E.Johnson; T.J.Martin; J.E.Smith

featuring IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (poster)

423.18 INHIBITION WITHIN THE NUCLEUS TRACTUS SOLITARIUS (NTS) AMELIORATES SOCIAL DEFICITS DUE TO SPECIFIC ACETYLCHOLINE (ACH) OR PURKINJE CELL LESIONS.

T.Parikh; S.Lee; B.R.Walker

featuring IT-02 OX7-SAP; IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (Poster)

425.16 SELECTIVE CHOLINERGIC LESION OF THE MEDIAL SEPTUM IMPAIRS RETENTION BUT NOT ACQUISITION OF A PASSIVE AVOIDANCE MEMORY TASK.

O.T.Ukairo; S.Arshad; R.B.Gibbs; D.A.Johnson

featuring IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (poster)

425.17 AROUSAL ENHANCES DELAYED MATCH TO POSITION T-MAZE PERFORMANCE INDEPENDENT OF SEPTO-HIPPOCAMPAL CHOLINERGIC PROJECTIONS.

N.F.Fitz; R.B.Gibbs; D.A.Johnson

featuring IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (poster)

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425.4 CHOLINERGIC DEAFFERENTATION OF THE ENTORHINAL CORTEX IN RATS IMPAIRS ENCODING OF NOVEL BUT NOT FAMILIAR STIMULI IN A DELAYED NON-MATCH TO SAMPLE TASK (DNMS).

J.A.McGaughy; M.Jindal; H.B.Eichenbaum; M.E.Hasselmo

featuring IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (poster)

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425.5 192 IGG-SAPORIN LESIONS OF THE NUCLEUS BASALIS MAGNOCELLULARIS IN RATS FAIL TO DISRUPT ACQUISITION OR RETENTION OF DIFFERENTIAL REINFORCEMENT OF LOW RATE RESPONDING.

A.E.Butt; S.Corley; S.Cabrera; C.Chavez; M.Kitto; D.Ochetti; A.Renovato; T.Salley; A.Sarpong

featuring IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (poster)

425.8 192-IGG SAPORIN LESIONS OF THE MEDIAL SEPTUM AND VERTICAL DIAGONAL BAND IMPAIR COGNITIVE FLEXIBILITY.

B.R.Fletcher; M.G.Baxter; P.R.Rapp; M.L.Shapiro

featuring IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (poster)

426.13 DISCRETE LESIONING OF OREXIN (HYPOCRETIN)-CONTAINING NEURONS POTENTIATES DEXMEDETOMIDINE- BUT NOT PENTOBARBITAL-INDUCED HYPNOSIS.

L.E.Nelson; N.P.Franks; M.Maze

featuring IT-02 OX7-SAP (poster)

457.11 DENDRITIC DYSGENESIS IN MIDLINE CORTICAL REGIONS FOLLOWING SELECTIVE ACETYLCHOLINE AND DOPAMINE LESIONS IN NEONATAL RATS.

N.Sherren; B.A.Pappas

featuring IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (poster)

501.11 DESTRUCTION OF BRAINSTEM CATECHOLAMINE NEURONS ATTENUATES SOMATOSYMPATHETIC REFLEX AND RESPONSES TO CHOLECYSTOKININ.

J.J.Neale; A.K.Goodchild; R.A.L.Dampney; P.M.Pilowsky

featuring IT-03 Anti-DBH-SAP (poster)

510.19 TUBEROMAMMILLARY NUCLEUS LESION DECREASES THE ANTICIPATORY EVENTS INDUCED BY RESTRICTED FEEDING IN RATS.

M.P.Recabarren; J.L.Valdes; M.Seron-Ferre; F.Torrealba

featuring IT-20 Orexin-SAP (poster)

527.15 NEUROINFLAMMATORY RESPONSE TO MU P75-SAPORIN IMMUNOTOXIN-INDUCED DEGENERATION OF BASAL FOREBRAIN CHOLINERGIC NEURONS.

C.L.Hunter; E.M.Quintero; L.Gilstrap; N.R.Bhat; A.E.Granholm

featuring IT-16 mu p75-SAP (poster)

602.2 TESTOSTERONE TREATMENT PROTECTS MOTONEURONS FROM DENDRITIC ATROPHY FOLLOWING CONTRALATERAL MOTONEURON DEPLETION.

K.N.Fargo; D.R.Sengelaub

featuring IT-14 CTB-SAP (poster)

614.5 NORMALIZATION OF BURN-INDUCED HYPERMETABOLISM FOLLOWING 3RD VENTRICLE INJECTION OF SAPORIN-CRF CONJUGATE.

W.T.Chance; R.Dayal; L.A.Friend; S.Sheriff

featuring IT-13 CRF-SAP (poster)

615.7 2-DEOXY-D-GLUCOSE (2DG) INCREASES NPY mRNA EXPRESSION IN HINDBRAIN NEURONS.

A.J.Li; S.Ritter

featuring NPY-SAP (poster)

616.2 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CSF HYPOCRETIN LEVELS AND HYPOCRETIN NEURONAL LOSS.

D.Gerashchenko; E.Murillo-Rodriguez; L.Lin; M.Xu; L.Hallett; S.Nishino; E.Mignot; P.J.Shiromani

featuring IT-20 Orexin-SAP (poster)

616.21 SLEEP DEPRIVATION IMPAIRS RETENTION PERFORMANCE ON AN OLFACTORY DISCRIMINATION TASK.

S.Pan; T.Borowski; S.de Lacalle

featuring IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (poster)

616.5 VENTRAL TEGMENTAL AREA LESIONS ALTER EEG POWER SPECTRUM ACROSS THE SLEEP/WAKE CYCLE.

R.Lee; R.A.Gallegos; E.F.Crawford; D.N.Wills; V.I.Zhukov; S.Huitron-Resendiz; J.R.Criado; S.J.Henriksen

featuring IT-12 Dermorphin-SAP (poster)

626.11 A NOVEL NITRATE ESTER ENHANCES PERFORMANCE IN A SPATIAL MEMORY TASK IN RATS WITH FOREBRAIN CHOLINERGIC DEPLETION.

J.N.Reynolds; J.M.Sutherland; R.J.Sutherland

featuring IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (poster)

626.8 IMPAIRMENTS OF WORKING MEMORY PROCESSES ON A MODEL OF ALZHEIMERÕS DISEASE IN MONKEYS.

K.N.Dudkin; I.V.Chueva; F.N.Makarov; T.G.Beach; A.E.Roher

featuring IT-15 ME20.4-SAP (poster)

633.9 CHOLINERGIC DEAFFERENTATION INCREASES EXPRESSION OF THE GLUR-1 SUBUNIT OF THE AMPA RECEPTOR IN FRONTAL CORTEX OF YOUNG ADULT BUT NOT AGING RATS.

I.Kim; R.E.Wilson; C.L.Wellman

featuring IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (poster)

676.26 COMBINED BILATERAL PERFORANT PATH LESIONS WITH LESIONS OF THE CHOLINERGIC SYSTEM: AN ULTRASTRUCTURAL IMMUNOGOLD ANALYSIS OF NMDAR1 REPRESENTATION WITHIN THE DENTATE GYRUS.

W.G.Janssen; G.Andrews; M.I.Tomey; M.G.Baxter; J.H.Morrison

featuring IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (poster)

719.19 MEDIAL SEPTAL AND ENTORHINAL CORTICAL INVOLVEMENT IN HIPPOCAMPAL THETA RHYTHM.

R.M.Yoder; K.C.H.Pang

featuring IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (poster)

799.7 EFFECT OF SELECTIVE CHOLINERGIC LESION OF THE SEPTOHIPPOCAMPAL PATHWAY ON THE CARBACHOL STIMULATED GTPS BINDING IN RAT HIPPOCAMPUS.

V.N.Pokala; P.A.Witt-Enderby; D.A.Johnson

featuring IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (poster)

826.7 SUBSTANCE P-SAPORIN LESIONS OF NK1-RECEPTOR EXPRESSING NEURONS IN THE MEDULLARY RAPHE REDUCE CENTRAL CHEMORECEPTION IN SLEEP AND WAKEFULNESS.

E.E.Nattie; A.Li

featuring IT-07 SP-SAP (poster)

827.13 IMMUNOTOXIC DESTRUCTION OF DISTINCT CATECHOLAMINERGIC NEURON POPULATIONS DISRUPTS THE REPRODUCTIVE RESPONSE TO GLUCOPRIVATION IN FEMALE RATS.

T.T.Dinh; H.I’Anson; S.Ritter

featuring IT-03 Anti-DBH-SAP (poster)

830.3 HYPOTHALAMIC INJECTION OF TARGETED TOXIN FOR CHOLECYSTOKININ RECEPTIVE NEURONS LEADS TO INCREASED 24 HOUR FOOD INTAKE AND WEIGHT GAIN.

J.Zhang; R.C.Speth; S.Simasko; R.C.Ritter

featuring CCK-SAP (poster)

830.5 ALTERED CCK BINDING IN THE DORSAL VAGAL COMPLEX FOLLOWING CYTOTOXIC LESION OF THE NODOSE GANGLION.

B.R.Treece; R.C.Speth; R.C.Ritter; G.A.Burns

featuring CCK-SAP (poster)

842.6 COMBINED LESIONS OF CENTRAL CHOLINERGIC AND NORADRENERGIC DENERVATION IN THE RAT USING 192 IGG-SAPORIN AND DSP-4 AS AN ANIMAL MODEL OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE.

K.Kolasa; L.E.Harrell

featuring IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (poster)

859.16 THE EFFECTS OF ETHANOL AND CHOLINERGIC LESIONS ON ANXIETY IN MICE.

T.A.Hummer; A.D.Johnson; B.Givens

featuring IT-16 mu p75-SAP (poster)

908.2 REDUCED SCRATCHING IN RATS RECEIVING INTRACISTERNAL SUBSTANCE P-SAPORIN TO ABLATE CERVICAL SUPERFICIAL DORSAL HORN NEURONS THAT EXPRESS NK-1 RECEPTORS.

E.E.Carstens; M.Iodi-Carstens; C.T.Simons

featuring IT-07 SP-SAP (poster)

921.20 LATERALIZATION OF THE ATTENTIONAL FUNCTIONS MEDIATED VIA CORTICAL CHOLINERGIC INPUTS.

M.F.Sarter; V.Martinez; J.P.Bruno

featuring IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (poster)

940.7 NORADRENERGIC, BUT NOT CHOLINERGIC, DEAFFERENTATION OF THE INFRALIMBIC/PRELIMBIC CORTEX IMPAIRS ATTENTIONAL SET-SHIFTING.

H.B.Eichenbaum; R.Ross; A.Raji; J.A.McGaughy

featuring IT-01 192-IgG-SAP (poster)