Martin Lab Student Publications

 

This collection showcases the journal articles and other publications authored by researchers in the Martin Lab. The Martin Lab at the University of Massachusetts Medical School was established in 2001, in the Brudnick Neuropsychiatric Research Institute, in the Department of Psychiatry. In 2017, the Martin Lab moved to the Department of Neurobiology. Student authors are Jenya Kolpakova (Neuroscience Program).

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Publications from 2019

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Conditional, inducible gene silencing in dopamine neurons reveals a sex-specific role for Rit2 GTPase in acute cocaine response and striatal function, Carolyn G. Sweeney, Patrick Kearney, Rita R. Fagan, Lindsey A. Smith, Nicholas C. Bolden, Rubing Zhao-Shea, Iris V. Rivera, Jenya Kolpakova, Jun Xie, Guangping Gao, Andrew R. Tapper, Gilles E. Martin, and Haley Melikian

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Conditional, inducible gene silencing in dopamine neurons reveals a sex-specific role for Rit2 GTPase in acute cocaine response and striatal function, Carolyn G. Sweeney, Patrick J. Kearney, Rita R. Fagan, Lindsey A. Smith, Nicholas C. Bolden, Rubing Zhao-Shea, Iris V. Rivera, Jenya Kolpakova, Jun Xie, Guangping Gao, Andrew R. Tapper, Gilles E. Martin, and Haley Melikian

Publications from 2017

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Luciferase shRNA Presents off-Target Effects on Voltage-Gated Ion Channels in Mouse Hippocampal Pyramidal Neurons, Yuto Hasegawa, Wenjie Mao, Sucharita Saha, Georgia Gunner, Jenya Kolpakova, Gilles E. Martin, and Kensuke Futai

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The Sodium Channel beta4 Auxiliary Subunit Selectively Controls Long-Term Depression in Core Nucleus Accumbens Medium Spiny Neurons, Xincai Ji, Sucharita Saha, Guangping Gao, Amy W. Lasek, Gregg E. Homanics, Melissa Guildford Derner, Andrew R. Tapper, and Gilles E. Martin

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Dopamine Receptors Differentially Control Binge Alcohol Drinking-Mediated Synaptic Plasticity of the Core Nucleus Accumbens Direct and Indirect Pathways, Xincai Ji, Sucharita Saha, Jenya Kolpakova, Melissa Guildford, Andrew R. Tapper, and Gilles E. Martin

Publications from 2015

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Increased CRF signalling in a ventral tegmental area-interpeduncular nucleus-medial habenula circuit induces anxiety during nicotine withdrawal, Rubing Zhao-Shea, Steven Degroot, Liwang Liu, Markus Vallaster, Xueyan Pang, Qin Su, Guangping Gao, Oliver J. Rando, Gilles E. Martin, Olivier George, Paul D. Gardner, and Andrew R. Tapper

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

Publications from 2004

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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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Alcohol tolerance in large-conductance, calcium-activated potassium channels of CNS terminals is intrinsic and includes two components: decreased ethanol potentiation and decreased channel density, Andrzej Z. Pietrzykowski, Gilles E. Martin, Sylvie I. Puig, Thomas K. Knott, Jose R. Lemos, and Steven N. Treistman