Abstracts from Society for Neuroscience (SFN) Washington, D.C. • November 12-16, 2005

63.9 ADENOSINE LEVELS DO NOT INCREASE WITH 6 H WAKING IN RATS WITH LESIONS OF THE LATERAL HYPOTHALAMUS

D.Gerashchenko; E.Murillo-Rodriguez; C.Blanco-Centurion; L.Lin; S.Nishino; E.Mignot; P.J.Shiromani*

featuring IT-20 Orexin-SAP (Poster)

148.14 SORTILIN AND P75NTR: LOCALIZATION IN ADULT RAT BRAIN AND THEIR ALTERATIONS FOLLOWING PHARMACOLOGICAL MANIPULATIONS

D.N.Kabogo*; S.Kar

featuring IT-01 192-Saporin (Poster)

157.2 MEDIAL-SEPTAL CHOLINERGIC DENERVATION LEADS TO SYNAPTIC GLUTAMATERGIC DYSFUNCTION IN HIPPOCAMPUS

P.M.Kanju*; C.M.Sims; K.Parameshwaran; K.Huggins; E.M.Josephson; V.Suppiramaniam

featuring IT-01 192-Saporin (Poster)

169.14 SELECTIVE ABLATION OF NON-PEPTIDERGIC C-FIBERS USING IB4-SAPORIN AS A TOOL TO IDENTIFY THE FUNCTIONAL ROLE OF THESE FIBERS IN PAIN TRANSMISSION

A.L.Bailey*; G.Bennett; A.Ribeiro-da-Silva

featuring IT-10 IB4-SAP (Poster)

171.22 ROLE OF IB4-CONTAINING AFFERENTS IN THE EFFECT OF IT CLONIDINE

X.Li; T.Bynum; K.Hayashida*; J.C.Eisenach

featuring IT-10 IB4-SAP (Poster)

214.21 CONTRIBUTIONS OF NMDA RECEPTORS TO CORTICAL PLASTICITY AFTER CHOLINERGIC DEAFFERENTATION

J.E.Buse*; I.Kim; R.E.Wilson; C.L.Wellman

featuring IT-01 192-Saporin (Poster)

304.11 HYPOCRETIN/OREXIN NEURONS AND THE PERIFORNICAL HYPOTHALAMUS PLAY A MORE IMPORTANT ROLE IN CONTEXTUAL FEAR THAN IN RESTRAINT STRESS

T.M.Furlong; P.Carrive*

featuring IT-20 Orexin-SAP (Poster)

308.8 ON THE ROLE OF THE BASAL FOREBRAIN CHOLINERGIC NEURONS IN REGULATION OF RECOVERY SLEEP

A.V.Kalinchuk*; D.Stenberg; P.A.Rosenberg; T.Porkka-Heiskanen

featuring IT-01 192-Saporin (Poster)

321.13 INVOLVEMENT OF LUMBAR SPINOTHALAMIC CELLS IN RELAY OF SENSORY CUES RELATED TO VAGINOCERVICAL STIMULATION IN FEMALE RATS

L.M.Coolen*; K.A.Z.Amstalden; J.Allard

featuring IT-11 SSP-SAP (Poster)

337.9 ABLATION OF NK-1 RECEPTOR-EXPRESSING INTERNEURONS PREVENTS METHAMPHETAMINE-INDUCED APOPTOSIS BUT NOT DOPAMINE TERMINAL TOXICITY IN THE STRIATUM OF MICE

W.Xu*; J.P.Q.Zhu; J.A.Angulo

featuring IT-11 SSP-SAP (Poster)

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394.17 PAIN FACILITATORY CELLS IN THE ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA COEXPRESS OPIOID-µ RECEPTORS AND CHOLECYSTOKININ TYPE 2 RECEPTORS

W.Zhang*; S.E.Gardell; Y.Xie; M.Luo; N.E.Rance; T.W.Vanderah; F.Porreca; J.Lai

featuring IT-12 Dermorphin-SAP, IT-31 CCK-SAP (Poster)

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406.10 IMMUNOTOXIC DESTRUCTION OF CATECHOLAMINERGIC PATHWAYS DISRUPTS THE ONSET OF PUBERTY IN THE FEMALE RAT

E.B.Vander Schaaf; J.D.Lusk; L.E.Jarrard*; H.I’Anson

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

411.16 DISTINCT ROLES FOR AMYGDALA CENTRAL NUCLEUS, MEDIAL PREFRONTAL CORTEX, AND POSTERIOR PARIETAL CORTEX IN ATTENTION FOR LEARNING AND ACTION

J.M.Maddux*; S.Chatterjee; E.C.Kerfoot; P.C.Holland

featuring IT-01 192-Saporin (Poster)

529.7 EXPERIMENTAL DISSOCIATION OF NEURAL CIRCUITS UNDERLYING ANOREXIC AND CONDITIONED AVOIDANCE RESPONSES TO LICL IN RATS

L.Rinaman*; V.Maldovan

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

557.8 CORTICAL CHOLINERGIC DEFICIENCY ENHANCES AMPHETAMINE-INDUCED DOPAMINE RELEASE IN ACCUMBENS

A.Mattsson*; B.Schilstrum; T.H.Svensson; L.Olson

featuring IT-01 192-Saporin (Poster)

559.17 INTRAVENTRICULAR IGG192-SAPORIN LESIONS LEAD TO ALTERED 5-HT2A RECEPTOR LEVELS IN THE HIPPOCAMPUS

A.F.Pedersen; V.Kostova; E.Christensen; L.M.Veng; R.Lohals; G.M.Knudsen*; S.Aznar

featuring IT-01 192-Saporin (Poster)

623.15 INCREASED FORMALIN BEHAVIOR AFTER SELECTIVE DESTRUCTION OF µ OPIATE RECEPTOR-EXPRESSING DORSAL HORN NEURONS: IMPAIRED DESCENDING ANALGESIC CONTROL?

S.Datta*; R.H.Kline IV; R.G.Wiley

featuring IT-12 Dermorphin-SAP (Poster)

623.18 FACILITATORY INFLUENCES FROM THE ROSTRAL VENTROMEDIAL MEDULLA (RVM) ARE REQUIRED FOR PANCREATIC NOCICEPTION

L.P.Vera-Portocarrero*; Y.Xie; T.King; J.Lai; F.Porreca

featuring IT-12 Dermorphin-SAP (Poster)

644.1 WHAT DOES ACETYLCHOLINE DO IN THE POSTERIOR PARIETAL CORTEX (PPC)? ATTENTIONAL PERFORMANCE-ASSOCIATED INCREASES IN PPC ACH EFFLUX

R.Kozak*; V.Parikh; V.Martinez; H.Brown; J.P.Bruno; M.Sarter

featuring IT-01 192-Saporin (Poster)

644.2 BASAL FOREBRAIN CHOLINERGIC LESIONS PRODUCE A DISSOCIATION OF IMPAIRMENT IN DELAY AND TRACE CONDITIONING IN RATS

A.E.Butt*; S.Cabrera; C.Chavez; S.Corley; A.Cortez; J.Figueroa; M.Kitto; E.Torner

featuring IT-01 192-Saporin (Poster)

644.8 OREXIN LESIONS BLOCK FOOD-RELATED INCREASES IN CORTICAL ACETYLCHOLINE RELEASE

J.Fadel*; D.Frederick-Duus; R.Butts

featuring IT-20 Orexin-SAP (Poster)

647.14 ROLE OF THE MEDIAL SEPTUM IN A REPEATED ACQUISITION TASK

T.A.Strait*; D.Montoya; K.C.H.Pang

featuring IT-01 192-Saporin (Poster)

653.5 CHOLINERGIC THERAPY DOES NOT RESCUE SPATIAL LEARNING DEFICITS INDUCED BY ICV INJECTION OF 192 IGG-SAPORIN

R.Lohals; L.M.Veng*

featuring IT-01 192-Saporin (Poster)

659.10 THE POTENTIAL ROLE OF THE CORTICOPETAL CHOLINERGIC SYSTEM IN MEDIATING ANXIOGENIC STATES IN RATS

D.K.Knox*; G.G.Berntson

featuring IT-01 192-Saporin (Poster)

664.9 CHARACTERIZATION OF AN IMMUNOTOXIN MODEL OF PARKINSON’S DISEASE IN MICE

S.Stead*; N.Trottier; L.C.Doering

featuring IT-25 Anti-DAT-SAP (Poster)

672.8 TESTOSTERONE TREATMENT PREVENTS DEFICITS IN MOTOR ACTIVATION CAUSED BY PARTIAL LOSS OF MOTONEURONS

K.N.Fargo*; D.R.Sengelaub

featuring IT-14 CTB-SAP (Poster)

758.7 IMMUNOLESIONS OF GLUCORESPONSIVE PROJECTIONS TO THE ARCUATE NUCLEUS ALTER GLUCOPRIVIC FEEDING AND LUTEINIZING HORMONE SECRETION BUT NOT SEX BEHAVIOR IN ADULT MALE RATS

G.S.Fraley*

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

766.18 IMMUNOLESION OF P75 NGF RECEPTOR IN THE MOUSE SCN ATTENUATED LIGHT-INDUCED PHASE SHIFT OF THE CIRCADIAN WHEEL-RUNNING RHYTHM

S.Vijayakumar; A.Masood; M.Smith; J.P.Clark; D.E.Nelson; J.M.Ding*

featuring IT-16 mu p75-SAP (Poster)

796.10 NEUROTOXIC LESIONS OF SEROTONIN CELLS IN THE DORSAL RAPHE REDUCE COMPULSIVE-LIKE NEST BUILDING IN MICE

D.M.Greene*; M.R.Castillo; K.A.Alexander; A.McMahan; D.K.Raap; A.Bult-Ito

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

796.12 NEUROKININ 1 RECEPTOR CONTAINING INTERNEURONS OF THE BLA ARE PUTATIVE CANDIDATES FOR THE INHIBITORY COMPONENT OF FEED-FORWARD INHIBITION FROM THE MPFC TO THE BLA

W.A.Truitt*; B.G.Oberlin; A.D.Dietrich; S.D.Fitz; A.Shekhar

featuring IT-11 SSP-SAP (Poster)

881.1 CHOLINERGIC LESIONS PRODUCE SELECTIVE EFFECTS ON COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE IN RATS

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

featuring IT-01 192-Saporin (Poster)

881.2 192 IGG-SAPORIN LESIONS TO THE NUCLEUS BASALIS MAGNOCELLULARIS (NBM) DO NOT DISRUPT THE RETENTION OF LEARNING SET FORMATION

A.M.Bailey*; J.St. Germain; M.M.Tyler

featuring IT-01 192-Saporin (Poster)

881.6 FACILITATION OF CONDITIONED ODOR AVERSION BY ENTORHINAL CORTEX LESION IN THE RAT IS REVERSED BY CHOLINERGIC LESION IN THE BASAL FOREBRAIN

B.Ferry; K.Herbeaux; N.Petoukhova-Traissard; R.Galani; J.Cassel; M.Majchrzak

featuring IT-01 192-Saporin (Poster)

1004.4 TIME-DEPENDENT NEUROTROPHINS EFFECT ON CHOLINERGIC DENERVATION AND HIPPOCAMPAL SYMPATHETIC INGROWTH FOLLOWING 192 IGG-SAPORIN LESIONING OF MEDIAL SEPTUM

K.Kolasa*; D.Parsons; L.E.Harrell

featuring IT-01 192-Saporin (Poster)