C. Andrew Chapman

Concordia University (Canada), Montreal, Canada 
"C. Andrew Chapman"
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Tremblay SA, Chapman CA, Courtemanche R. (2019) State-Dependent Entrainment of Prefrontal Cortex Local Field Potential Activity Following Patterned Stimulation of the Cerebellar Vermis. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 13: 60
Glovaci I, Chapman CA. (2019) Dopamine induces release of calcium from internal stores in layer II lateral entorhinal cortex fan cells. Cell Calcium. 80: 103-111
Plourde G, Reed SJ, Chapman CA. (2016) Attenuation of High-Frequency (50-200 Hz) Thalamocortical Electroencephalographic Rhythms by Isoflurane in Rats Is More Pronounced for the Thalamus than for the Cortex. Anesthesia and Analgesia
Glovaci I, Chapman CA. (2015) Activation of Phosphatidylinositol-Linked Dopamine Receptors Induces a Facilitation of Glutamate-Mediated Synaptic Transmission in the Lateral Entorhinal Cortex. Plos One. 10: e0131948
Nesbitt C, Amukotuwa S, Chapman C, et al. (2015) Lumbar blood patching for proximal CSF leaks: Where does the blood go? Bmj Case Reports. 2015
Frederick A, Bourget-Murray J, Chapman CA, et al. (2014) Diurnal influences on electrophysiological oscillations and coupling in the dorsal striatum and cerebellar cortex of the anesthetized rat. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 8: 145
Sparks DW, Chapman CA. (2014) Contribution of Ih to the relative facilitation of synaptic responses induced by carbachol in the entorhinal cortex during repetitive stimulation of the parasubiculum. Neuroscience. 278: 81-92
Glovaci I, Caruana DA, Chapman CA. (2014) Dopaminergic enhancement of excitatory synaptic transmission in layer II entorhinal neurons is dependent on D₁-like receptor-mediated signaling. Neuroscience. 258: 74-83
Hutter JA, Chapman CA. (2013) Exposure to cues associated with palatable food reward results in a dopamine Dâ‚‚ receptor-dependent suppression of evoked synaptic responses in the entorhinal cortex. Behavioral and Brain Functions : Bbf. 9: 37
Barrett SG, Chapman CA. (2013) Contribution of muscarinic M1 receptors to the cholinergic suppression of synaptic responses in layer II of the entorhinal cortex. Neuroscience Letters. 554: 11-5
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