Treistman Lab Publications

 
This collection showcases the journal articles and other publications authored by researchers in the Treistman Lab. The Treistman Lab was located at the University of Massachusetts Medical School from 2001-2005, in the Department of Neurobiology. The Treistman Lab relocated to the University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine, San Juan, PR. Dr. Treistman is now retired from UPR and is an affiliated member of the Department of Neurobiology, see http://profiles.umassmed.edu/Profiles/display/130725.

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Publications from 2011

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The relationship between duration of initial alcohol exposure and persistence of molecular tolerance is markedly nonlinear, Cristina M. Velazquez-Marrero, Patricia M. Wynne, Alexandra Bernardo, Stephanie Palacio, Gilles E. Martin, and Steven N. Treistman

Publications from 2009

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Compartmentalized beta subunit distribution determines characteristics and ethanol sensitivity of somatic, dendritic, and terminal large-conductance calcium-activated potassium channels in the rat central nervous system, Patricia M. Wynne, Sylvie I. Puig, Gilles E. Martin, and Steven N. Treistman

Publications from 2008

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BK channel subunit composition modulates molecular tolerance to ethanol, Paula Leslie Feinberg-Zadek, Gilles E. Martin, and Steven N. Treistman

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Posttranscriptional regulation of BK channel splice variant stability by miR-9 underlies neuroadaptation to alcohol, Andrzej Z. Pietrzykowski, Ryan M. Friesen, Gilles E. Martin, Sylvie I. Puig, Cheryl L. Nowak, Patricia M. Wynne, Hava T. Siegelmann, and Steven N. Treistman

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Ethanol Sensitivity and Tolerance of Rat Neuronal BK Channels: A Dissertation, Patricia M. Wynne

Publications from 2007

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Beta-subunits are important modulators of the acute response to alcohol in human BK channels, Paula Leslie Feinberg-Zadek and Steven N. Treistman

Publications from 2005

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Distinct structural features of phospholipids differentially determine ethanol sensitivity and basal function of BK channels, John J. Crowley, Steven N. Treistman, and Alejandro M. Dopico

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Chronic ethanol exposure induces an N-type calcium channel splice variant with altered channel kinetics, Philip M. Newton, Keith Tully, Thomas McMahon, Jackie Connolly, Jahan Dadgar, Steven N. Treistman, and Robert O. Messing

Publications from 2004

Alcohol Modulation of Human BK Channels Evidence for β-Subunit Dependent Plasticity in Functional Ethanol Tolerance: A Dissertation, Paula Leslie Feinberg-Zadek

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Somatic localization of a specific large-conductance calcium-activated potassium channel subtype controls compartmentalized ethanol sensitivity in the nucleus accumbens, Gilles E. Martin, Sylvie I. Puig, Andrzej Z. Pietrzykowski, Paula L. Feinberg-Zadek, Patrick Emery, and Steven N. Treistman

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Channel Specific Calcium Dynamics in PC12 Cells: A Dissertation, Keith Tully

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Distinct intracellular calcium profiles following influx through N- versus L-type calcium channels: role of Ca2+-induced Ca2+ release, Keith Tully and Steven N. Treistman

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Bilayer thickness modulates the conductance of the BK channel in model membranes, Chunbo Yuan, Robert J. O'Connell, Paula Leslie Feinberg-Zadek, Linda J. Johnston, and Steven N. Treistman

Publications from 2003

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Cholesterol and Phospholipid Modulation of BK[subscript Ca] Channel Activity and Ethanol Sensitivity: a dissertation, John J. Crowley

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Cholesterol antagonizes ethanol potentiation of human brain BKCa channels reconstituted into phospholipid bilayers, John J. Crowley, Steven N. Treistman, and Alejandro M. Dopico

Publications from 2000

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A plasticizer released from IV drip chambers elevates calcium levels in neurosecretory terminals, Keith Tully, David Kupfer, Alejandro M. Dopico, and Steven N. Treistman