Peter Lovell

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Daytona Beach College, Daytona Beach, FL, United States 
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Lovell PV, Kasimi B, Carleton J, et al. (2015) Living without DAT: Loss and compensation of the dopamine transporter gene in sauropsids (birds and reptiles). Scientific Reports. 5: 14093
Lovell PV, Wirthlin M, Carbone L, et al. (2015) Response to Hron et al. Genome Biology. 16
Pfenning AR, Hara E, Whitney O, et al. (2014) Convergent transcriptional specializations in the brains of humans and song-learning birds. Science (New York, N.Y.). 346: 1256846
Wirthlin M, Lovell PV, Jarvis ED, et al. (2014) Comparative genomics reveals molecular features unique to the songbird lineage. Bmc Genomics. 15: 1082
Carleton JB, Lovell PV, McHugh A, et al. (2014) An optimized protocol for high-throughput in situ hybridization of zebra finch brain. Cold Spring Harbor Protocols. 2014: 1249-58
Olson CR, Wirthlin M, Lovell PV, et al. (2014) Proper care, husbandry, and breeding guidelines for the zebra finch, Taeniopygia guttata. Cold Spring Harbor Protocols. 2014: 1243-8
Karten HJ, Brzozowska-Prechtl A, Lovell PV, et al. (2013) Digital atlas of the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata) brain: a high-resolution photo atlas. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 521: 3702-15
Lovell PV, Carleton JB, Mello CV. (2013) Genomics analysis of potassium channel genes in songbirds reveals molecular specializations of brain circuits for the maintenance and production of learned vocalizations. Bmc Genomics. 14: 470
Drnevich J, Replogle KL, Lovell P, et al. (2012) Impact of experience-dependent and -independent factors on gene expression in songbird brain. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109: 17245-52
Wood WE, Lovell PV, Mello CV, et al. (2011) Serotonin, via HTR2 receptors, excites neurons in a cortical-like premotor nucleus necessary for song learning and production. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 31: 13808-15
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