Abigail M. Polter, Ph.D.

2010 Neurobiology University of Alabama, Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, United States 
Clinical Psychology, Physiological Psychology, Psychobiology Psychology, Mental Health
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Xiaohua Li grad student 2010 UAB
 (Regulation of GSK3 in the pathophysiology and treatment of mood disorders.)
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Kauer JA, Polter AM. (2014) Yin and Yang: unsilencing synapses to control cocaine seeking. Neuron. 83: 1234-6
Polter AM, Bishop RA, Briand LA, et al. (2014) Poststress block of kappa opioid receptors rescues long-term potentiation of inhibitory synapses and prevents reinstatement of cocaine seeking. Biological Psychiatry. 76: 785-93
Polter AM, Kauer JA. (2014) Stress and VTA synapses: implications for addiction and depression. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 39: 1179-88
Graziane NM, Polter AM, Briand LA, et al. (2013) Kappa opioid receptors regulate stress-induced cocaine seeking and synaptic plasticity. Neuron. 77: 942-54
Polter AM, Yang S, Jope RS, et al. (2012) Functional significance of glycogen synthase kinase-3 regulation by serotonin. Cellular Signalling. 24: 265-71
Polter AM, Li X. (2011) Glycogen Synthase Kinase-3 is an Intermediate Modulator of Serotonin Neurotransmission. Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience. 4: 31
Polter AM, Li X. (2010) 5-HT1A receptor-regulated signal transduction pathways in brain. Cellular Signalling. 22: 1406-12
Polter A, Beurel E, Yang S, et al. (2010) Deficiency in the inhibitory serine-phosphorylation of glycogen synthase kinase-3 increases sensitivity to mood disturbances. Neuropsychopharmacology : Official Publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology. 35: 1761-74
Polter A, Yang S, Zmijewska AA, et al. (2009) Forkhead box, class O transcription factors in brain: regulation and behavioral manifestation. Biological Psychiatry. 65: 150-9
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