Derek van der Kooy

University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
"Derek van der Kooy"
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Yee M, Maal-Bared G, Ting-A-Kee R, et al. (2020) Segregation of caffeine reward and aversion in the rat nucleus accumbens shell versus core. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Ballios BG, Khalili S, Shoichet MS, et al. (2019) Induction of Rod and Cone Photoreceptor-Specific Progenitors from Stem Cells. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. 1185: 551-555
Grieder TE, Besson M, Maal-Bared G, et al. (2019) β2* nAChRs on VTA dopamine and GABA neurons separately mediate nicotine aversion and reward. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Baakdhah T, van der Kooy D. (2019) Expansion of Retinal Stem Cells and their Progeny Using Cell Microcarriers in a Bioreactor. Biotechnology Progress. e2800
Coles BLK, van der Kooy D. (2017) P-Cadherin is necessary for retinal stem cell behavior in vitro, but not in vivo. Stem Cell Research. 21: 141-147
Huroy S, Kanawaty A, Magomedova L, et al. (2016) Corrigendum to "EphB2 reverse signaling regulates learned opiate tolerance via hippocampal function" [Behav. Brain Res. 300 (2016) 85-96]. Behavioural Brain Research
Umebayashi D, Coles B, van der Kooy D. (2016) Enrichment of Oligodendrocyte Progenitors from Differentiated Neural Precursors by Clonal Sphere Preparations. Stem Cells and Development
Reeve RL, Yammine SZ, De Veale B, et al. (2016) Targeted Activation of Primitive Neural Stem Cells in the Mouse Brain. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Huroy S, Kanawaty A, Magomedova L, et al. (2015) EphB2 Reverse Signaling Regulates Learned Opiate Tolerance via Hippocampal Function. Behavioural Brain Research
Ting-A-Kee R, Heinmiller A, van der Kooy D. (2015) A proposed resolution to the paradox of drug reward: Dopamine's evolution from an aversive signal to a facilitator of drug reward via negative reinforcement. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 56: 50-61
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