Darin J. Knapp

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
Neuropsychopharmacology, alcohol
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Harper KM, Knapp DJ, Todd CA, et al. (2020) Phenotyping CCL2 Containing Central Amygdala Neurons Controlling Alcohol Withdrawal-Induced Anxiety. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 14: 580583
Harper KM, Knapp DJ, Butler RK, et al. (2019) Amygdala arginine vasopressin modulates chronic ethanol withdrawal anxiety-like behavior in the social interaction task. Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research
Harper KM, Knapp DJ, Criswell HE, et al. (2018) Vasopressin and alcohol: a multifaceted relationship. Psychopharmacology
Knapp DJ, Harper KM, Melton J, et al. (2018) Comparative effects of stressors on behavioral and neuroimmune responses of fawn-hooded (FH/Wjd) and Wistar rats: Implications for models of depression. Journal of Neuroimmunology. 322: 74-80
Harper KM, Knapp DJ, Park MA, et al. (2018) Differential effects of single versus repeated minocycline administration-Lack of significant interaction with chronic alcohol history. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior
Butler RK, Knapp DJ, Ulici V, et al. (2016) A mouse model for chronic pain-induced increase in ethanol consumption. Pain
Harper KM, Knapp DJ, Park MA, et al. (2016) Age-related differences in anxiety-like behavior and amygdalar CCL2 responsiveness to stress following alcohol withdrawal in male Wistar rats. Psychopharmacology
Knapp DJ, Harper KM, Whitman BA, et al. (2016) Stress and Withdrawal from Chronic Ethanol Induce Selective Changes in Neuroimmune mRNAs in Differing Brain Sites. Brain Sciences. 6
Breese GR, Knapp DJ. (2016) Persistent adaptation by chronic alcohol is facilitated by neuroimmune activation linked to stress and CRF. Alcohol (Fayetteville, N.Y.). 52: 9-23
Knapp DJ, Breese GR. (2016) The Use of Perinatal 6-Hydroxydopamine to Produce a Rodent Model of Lesch-Nyhan Disease. Current Topics in Behavioral Neurosciences
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