Michiru Hirasawa

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2003- Biomedical Sciences Memorial University, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada 
Area:
neurophysiology
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Linehan V, Fang LZ, Parsons MP, et al. (2020) High-fat diet induces time-dependent synaptic plasticity of the lateral hypothalamus. Molecular Metabolism. 100977
Fifield KE, Rowe TM, Raman-Nair JB, et al. (2019) Prolonged High Fat Diet Worsens the Cellular Response to a Small, Covert-like Ischemic Stroke. Neuroscience
Briggs C, Bowes SC, Semba K, et al. (2018) Sleep deprivation-induced pre- and postsynaptic modulation of orexin neurons. Neuropharmacology
Linehan V, Rowe TM, Hirasawa M. (2018) Dopamine modulates excitatory transmission to orexin neurons in a receptor subtype-specific manner. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology
Linehan V, Hirasawa M. (2018) Electrophysiological Properties of Melanin-Concentrating Hormone and Orexin Neurons in Adolescent Rats. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 12: 70
Briggs C, Hirasawa M, Semba K. (2018) Sleep deprivation distinctly alters glutamate transporter 1 apposition and excitatory transmission to orexin and MCH neurons. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Linehan V, Fang L, Hirasawa M. (2017) Short-term high-fat diet primes excitatory synapses for long-term depression in orexin neurons. The Journal of Physiology
Licursi M, Alberto CO, Dias A, et al. (2016) High-fat diet-induced downregulation of anorexic leukemia inhibitory factor in the brain stem. Obesity (Silver Spring, Md.)
Belanger-Willoughby N, Linehan V, Hirasawa M. (2016) Thermosensing mechanisms and their impairment by high-fat diet in orexin neurons. Neuroscience
Muram S, Rowe TM, Hirasawa M. (2015) Presynaptic G protein-coupled receptors differentially modulate spontaneous glutamate release in the supraoptic nucleus. Journal of Neuroendocrinology
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