Martin T. Woodlee

University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
Parkinson's Disease
"Martin Woodlee"
Mean distance: 15.83 (cluster 19)


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Timothy Schallert grad student 2008 UT Austin
 (Mechanisms underlying the dysregulation of postural stability in dopamine-depleted rats.)
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Ciucci MR, Ahrens AM, Ma ST, et al. (2009) Reduction of dopamine synaptic activity: degradation of 50-kHz ultrasonic vocalization in rats. Behavioral Neuroscience. 123: 328-36
Schallert T, Woodlee MT. (2009) Orienting and Placing The Behavior of the Laboratory Rat: a Handbook With Tests
Spinetta MJ, Woodlee MT, Feinberg LM, et al. (2008) Alcohol-induced retrograde memory impairment in rats: prevention by caffeine. Psychopharmacology. 201: 361-71
Woodlee MT, Kane JR, Chang J, et al. (2008) Enhanced function in the good forelimb of hemi-parkinson rats: compensatory adaptation for contralateral postural instability? Experimental Neurology. 211: 511-7
Allred RP, Adkins DL, Woodlee MT, et al. (2008) The vermicelli handling test: a simple quantitative measure of dexterous forepaw function in rats. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 170: 229-44
Anstrom KK, Schallert T, Woodlee MT, et al. (2007) Repetitive vibrissae-elicited forelimb placing before and immediately after unilateral 6-hydroxydopamine improves outcome in a model of Parkinson's disease. Behavioural Brain Research. 179: 183-91
Choi SH, Woodlee MT, Hong JJ, et al. (2006) A simple modification of the water maze test to enhance daily detection of spatial memory in rats and mice. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 156: 182-93
Woodlee MT, Schallert T. (2006) The impact of motor activity and inactivity on the brain: Implications for the prevention and treatment of nervous-system disorders Current Directions in Psychological Science. 15: 203-206
Choi SH, Woodlee MT, Hong JJ, et al. (2006) Corrigendum to "A simple modification of the water maze test to enhance daily detection of spatial memory in rats and mice" [J. Neurosci. Methods 156 (2006) 182-193] (DOI:10.1016/j.jneumeth.2006.03.002) Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 158: 337
Woodlee MT, Asseo-García AM, Zhao X, et al. (2005) Testing forelimb placing "across the midline" reveals distinct, lesion-dependent patterns of recovery in rats. Experimental Neurology. 191: 310-7
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