Benjamin Kest

Psychology City University of New York, New York, NY, United States 
Neuroscience Biology
"Benjamin Kest"
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Eileen Hopkins grad student 2004 CUNY
Aaron N. Juni grad student 2008 CUNY
Gad Klein grad student 2008 CUNY
Amanda R. Waxman grad student 2012 CUNY
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Arout CA, Caldwell M, Rossi G, et al. (2015) Spinal and supraspinal N-methyl-D-aspartate and melanocortin-1 receptors contribute to a qualitative sex difference in morphine-induced hyperalgesia. Physiology & Behavior. 147: 364-72
Xu J, Lu Z, Xu M, et al. (2014) Differential expressions of the alternatively spliced variant mRNAs of the µ opioid receptor gene, OPRM1, in brain regions of four inbred mouse strains. Plos One. 9: e111267
Arout CA, Caldwell M, McCloskey DP, et al. (2014) C-Fos activation in the periaqueductal gray following acute morphine-3β-D-glucuronide or morphine administration. Physiology & Behavior. 130: 28-33
Swartjes M, Mooren RA, Waxman AR, et al. (2012) Morphine induces hyperalgesia without involvement of μ-opioid receptor or morphine-3-glucuronide. Molecular Medicine (Cambridge, Mass.). 18: 1320-6
Waxman AR, Juni A, Kowalczyk W, et al. (2010) Progesterone rapidly recruits female-typical opioid-induced hyperalgesic mechanisms. Physiology & Behavior. 101: 759-63
Niesters M, Dahan A, Kest B, et al. (2010) Do sex differences exist in opioid analgesia? A systematic review and meta-analysis of human experimental and clinical studies. Pain. 151: 61-8
Juni A, Cai M, Stankova M, et al. (2010) Sex-specific mediation of opioid-induced hyperalgesia by the melanocortin-1 receptor. Anesthesiology. 112: 181-8
Bodnar RJ, Kest B. (2010) Sex differences in opioid analgesia, hyperalgesia, tolerance and withdrawal: central mechanisms of action and roles of gonadal hormones. Hormones and Behavior. 58: 72-81
Sigtermans M, Dahan A, Mooren R, et al. (2009) S(+)-ketamine effect on experimental pain and cardiac output: a population pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic modeling study in healthy volunteers. Anesthesiology. 111: 892-903
Waxman AR, Arout C, Caldwell M, et al. (2009) Acute and chronic fentanyl administration causes hyperalgesia independently of opioid receptor activity in mice. Neuroscience Letters. 462: 68-72
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