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Kevin B. Baker

Lexicon Pharmaceuticals, The Woodlands, TX, United States 
Behavioral Pharmacology
"Kevin Baker"
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Ye GL, Savelieva KV, Vogel P, et al. (2015) Ligation of mouse L4 and L5 spinal nerves produces robust allodynia without major motor function deficit. Behavioural Brain Research. 276: 99-110
Zhang W, Savelieva KV, Tran DT, et al. (2012) Characterization of PTPRG in knockdown and phosphatase-inactive mutant mice and substrate trapping analysis of PTPRG in mammalian cells. Plos One. 7: e45500
Read R, Savelieva K, Baker K, et al. (2011) Histopathological and neurological features of Atg4b knockout mice Veterinary Pathology. 48: 486-494
Baker KB, Wray SP, Ritter R, et al. (2010) Male and female Fmr1 knockout mice on C57 albino background exhibit spatial learning and memory impairments. Genes, Brain, and Behavior. 9: 562-74
Ye GL, Baker KB, Mason SM, et al. (2010) GABAA receptor α1 subunit (Gabra1) knockout mice: Review and new results Neuromethods. 44: 65-90
Mason SS, Baker KB, Davis KW, et al. (2009) Differential sensitivity to SSRI and tricyclic antidepressants in juvenile and adult mice of three strains. European Journal of Pharmacology. 602: 306-15
Savelieva KV, Rajan I, Baker KB, et al. (2008) Learning and memory impairment in Eph receptor A6 knockout mice. Neuroscience Letters. 438: 205-9
Pogorelov VM, Baker KB, Malbari MM, et al. (2008) A standardized behavioral test battery to identify and validate targets for neuropsychiatric diseases and pain Experimental Animal Models in Neurobehavioral Research. 17-46
Baker KB, Kim JJ. (2004) Amygdalar lateralization in fear conditioning: evidence for greater involvement of the right amygdala. Behavioral Neuroscience. 118: 15-23
Baker KB, Kim JJ. (2002) Effects of stress and hippocampal NMDA receptor antagonism on recognition memory in rats. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 9: 58-65
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