Barry L. Jacobs, Ph.D.

Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
"Barry Jacobs"
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Jacobs BL, Fornal CA. (2010) Activity of Brain Serotonergic Neurons in Relation to Physiology and Behavior Handbook of Behavioral Neuroscience. 21: 153-162
Kochman LJ, Fornal CA, Jacobs BL. (2009) Suppression of hippocampal cell proliferation by short-term stimulant drug administration in adult rats. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 29: 2157-65
Takase LF, Fornal CA, Jacobs BL. (2009) Effects of the hypnotic drug zolpidem on cell proliferation and survival in the dentate gyrus of young and old rats. Brain Research. 1259: 26-31
Meerlo P, Mistlberger RE, Jacobs BL, et al. (2009) New neurons in the adult brain: the role of sleep and consequences of sleep loss. Sleep Medicine Reviews. 13: 187-94
Tung A, Herrera S, Fornal CA, et al. (2008) The effect of prolonged anesthesia with isoflurane, propofol, dexmedetomidine, or ketamine on neural cell proliferation in the adult rat. Anesthesia and Analgesia. 106: 1772-7
Jacobs BL, Fornal CA. (2008) Brain serotonergic neuronal activity in behaving cats Serotonin and Sleep: Molecular, Functional and Clinical Aspects. 185-204
Kochman LJ, Weber ET, Fornal CA, et al. (2006) Circadian variation in mouse hippocampal cell proliferation. Neuroscience Letters. 406: 256-9
Kochman LJ, dos Santos AA, Fornal CA, et al. (2006) Despite strong behavioral disruption, Delta9-tetrahydrocannabinol does not affect cell proliferation in the adult mouse dentate gyrus. Brain Research. 1113: 86-93
Fornal CA, Martín-Cora FJ, Jacobs BL. (2006) "Fatigue" of medullary but not mesencephalic raphe serotonergic neurons during locomotion in cats. Brain Research. 1072: 55-61
Martin-Cora FJ, Fornal CA, Jacobs BL. (2005) Single-unit responses of serotonergic medullary raphe neurons to cardiovascular challenges in freely moving cats. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 22: 3195-204
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