Wayne G. Brake

Affiliations: 
Concordia University (Canada), Montreal, Canada 
Area:
developmental neurobiology
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Evangelista C, Hantson A, Shams WM, et al. (2019) The priming effect of food persists following blockade of dopamine receptors. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Minogianis EA, Shams WM, Mabrouk OS, et al. (2018) Varying the rate of intravenous cocaine infusion influences the temporal dynamics of both drug and dopamine concentrations in the striatum. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Shams WM, Cossette MP, Shizgal P, et al. (2017) 17β-estradiol locally increases phasic dopamine release in the dorsal striatum. Neuroscience Letters. 665: 29-32
Almey A, Arena L, Oliel J, et al. (2017) Interactions between estradiol and haloperidol on perseveration and reversal learning in amphetamine-sensitized female rats. Hormones and Behavior
Gervais NJ, Hamel LM, Brake WG, et al. (2016) Intra-perirhinal cortex administration of estradiol, but not an ERβ agonist, modulates object-recognition memory in ovariectomized rats. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
Shams WM, Sanio C, Quinlan MG, et al. (2016) 17β-Estradiol infusions into the dorsal striatum rapidly increase dorsal striatal dopamine release in vivo. Neuroscience
Hussain D, Hanafi S, Konishi K, et al. (2016) Modulation of spatial and response strategies by phase of the menstrual cycle in women tested in a virtual navigation task. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 70: 108-117
Madularu D, Kulkarni P, Yee JR, et al. (2016) High estrogen and chronic haloperidol lead to greater amphetamine-induced BOLD activation in awake, amphetamine-sensitized female rats. Hormones and Behavior
Almey A, Milner TA, Brake WG. (2016) Estrogen receptor α and G-protein coupled estrogen receptor 1 are localised to GABAergic neurons in the dorsal striatum. Neuroscience Letters
Hussain D, Cossette MP, Brake WG. (2016) High estradiol replacement reverses response memory bias in ovariectomized female rats regardless of dopamine levels in the dorsal striatum. Journal of Neuroendocrinology
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