Maureen P. Boyle, Ph.D.

Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
Endocrinology and Stress
"Maureen Boyle"
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Louis J. Muglia grad student 2005 Washington University
 (The role of forebrain glucocorticoid receptors in regulation of the hypothalamic -pituitary -adrenal axis and the pathogenesis of depression.)
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Arnett MG, Kolber BJ, Boyle MP, et al. (2011) Behavioral insights from mouse models of forebrain--and amygdala-specific glucocorticoid receptor genetic disruption. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology. 336: 2-5
Kolber BJ, Boyle MP, Wieczorek L, et al. (2010) Transient early-life forebrain corticotropin-releasing hormone elevation causes long-lasting anxiogenic and despair-like changes in mice. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 30: 2571-81
Boyle MP, Kolber BJ, Vogt SK, et al. (2006) Forebrain glucocorticoid receptors modulate anxiety-associated locomotor activation and adrenal responsiveness. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 26: 1971-8
Drenan RM, Doupnik CA, Boyle MP, et al. (2005) Palmitoylation regulates plasma membrane-nuclear shuttling of R7BP, a novel membrane anchor for the RGS7 family. The Journal of Cell Biology. 169: 623-33
Boyle MP, Brewer JA, Funatsu M, et al. (2005) Acquired deficit of forebrain glucocorticoid receptor produces depression-like changes in adrenal axis regulation and behavior. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 102: 473-8
Boyle MP, Brewer JA, Vogt SK, et al. (2004) Genetic dissection of stress response pathways in vivo. Endocrine Research. 30: 859-63
Wozniak DF, Hartman RE, Boyle MP, et al. (2004) Apoptotic neurodegeneration induced by ethanol in neonatal mice is associated with profound learning/memory deficits in juveniles followed by progressive functional recovery in adults. Neurobiology of Disease. 17: 403-14
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