Susan Plock Travers, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
1986- Ohio State University College of Dentistry 
Area:
Taste
Website:
https://dentistry.osu.edu/faculty/susan-travers-ms-phd
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Kalyanasundar B, Blonde GD, Spector AC, et al. (2020) Electrophysiological responses to sugars and amino acids in the nucleus of the solitary tract of type 1 taste receptor double knockout mice. Journal of Neurophysiology
Blonde GD, Travers SP, Spector AC. (2018) Taste sensitivity to a mixture of monosodium glutamate and inosine 5'-monophosphate by mice lacking both subunits of the T1R1+T1R3 amino acid receptor. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology
Chen Z, Travers SP, Travers JB. (2016) Inhibitory Modulation of Optogenetically-Identified Neuron Subtypes in the Rostral Solitary Nucleus. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00168.2016
Breza JM, Travers SP. (2016) P2X2 Receptor Terminal Field Demarcates a "Transition Zone" for Gustatory and Mechanosensory Processing in the Mouse Nucleus Tractus Solitarius. Chemical Senses
Spector AC, le Roux CW, Munger SD, et al. (2015) Proceedings of the 2015 A.S.P.E.N. Research Workshop-Taste Signaling: Impact on Food Selection, Intake, and Health. Jpen. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition
Boxwell AJ, Chen Z, Mathes CM, et al. (2015) Effects of high-fat diet and gastric bypass on neurons in the caudal solitary nucleus. Physiology & Behavior
Travers SP, Frank ME. (2015) Taste bud leptin: sweet dampened at initiation site. Chemical Senses. 40: 213-5
Geran L, Travers S. (2013) Temporal Characteristics of Gustatory Responses in Rat Parabrachial Neurons Vary by Stimulus and Chemosensitive Neuron Type Plos One. 8
Boxwell AJ, Yanagawa Y, Travers SP, et al. (2013) The μ-opioid receptor agonist DAMGO presynaptically suppresses solitary tract-evoked input to neurons in the rostral solitary nucleus. Journal of Neurophysiology. 109: 2815-26
Chen Z, Travers SP, Travers JB. (2012) Activation of NPY receptors suppresses excitatory synaptic transmission in a taste-feeding network in the lower brain stem. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 302: R1401-10
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