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Michael J. Bannon

Affiliations: 
Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, United States 
Area:
dopamine transporter, tachykinins, RGSs, drug abuse
Website:
http://www.med.wayne.edu/pharmacology/Bannon.asp
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R Philip Hogan research assistant 1972-1976 Lewis University (Chemistry Tree)
C Harry Jarboe grad student 1976-1978
 (M.S.)
Robert Henry Roth grad student 1978-1982 Yale School of Medicine
Susan Iversen post-doc 1982-1983 Cambridge
Leslie Iversen post-doc 1982-1983 MRC-LMB
Michael Brownstein post-doc 1983-1984 NIH
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Saad MH, Rumschlag M, Guerra MH, et al. (2019) Differentially expressed gene networks, biomarkers, long noncoding RNAs, and shared responses with cocaine identified in the midbrains of human opioid abusers. Scientific Reports. 9: 1534
Saad MH, Savonen CL, Rumschlag M, et al. (2018) Opioid Deaths: Trends, Biomarkers, and Potential Drug Interactions Revealed by Decision Tree Analyses. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 12: 728
Miller ML, Ren Y, Szutorisz H, et al. (2017) Ventral striatal regulation of CREM mediates impulsive action and drug addiction vulnerability. Molecular Psychiatry
Bannon MJ, Savonen CL, Jia H, et al. (2015) Identification of long noncoding RNAs dysregulated in the midbrain of human cocaine abusers. Journal of Neurochemistry. 135: 50-9
Bannon MJ, Savonen CL, Hartley ZJ, et al. (2015) Investigating the potential influence of cause of death and cocaine levels on the differential expression of genes associated with cocaine abuse. Plos One. 10: e0117580
Bannon MJ, Johnson MM, Michelhaugh SK, et al. (2014) A molecular profile of cocaine abuse includes the differential expression of genes that regulate transcription, chromatin, and dopamine cell phenotype. Neuropsychopharmacology : Official Publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology. 39: 2191-9
Zhou Y, Michelhaugh SK, Schmidt CJ, et al. (2014) Ventral midbrain correlation between genetic variation and expression of the dopamine transporter gene in cocaine-abusing versus non-abusing subjects. Addiction Biology. 19: 122-31
Anderson SA, Michaelides M, Zarnegar P, et al. (2013) Impaired periamygdaloid-cortex prodynorphin is characteristic of opiate addiction and depression. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 123: 5334-41
Jacobs MM, Ökvist A, Horvath M, et al. (2013) Dopamine receptor D1 and postsynaptic density gene variants associate with opiate abuse and striatal expression levels. Molecular Psychiatry. 18: 1205-10
Johnson MM, David JA, Michelhaugh SK, et al. (2012) Increased heat shock protein 70 gene expression in the brains of cocaine-related fatalities may be reflective of postdrug survival and intervention rather than excited delirium. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 57: 1519-23
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