Carol Kellogg

University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
"Carol Kellogg"
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Merritt Kearny DeLano-Taylor research assistant 1990-1993 Rochester
Rajesh C. Miranda grad student 1984-1989 Rochester
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Kellogg CK, Kenjarski TP, Pleger GL, et al. (2006) Region-, age-, and sex-specific effects of fetal diazepam exposure on the postnatal development of neurosteroids. Brain Research. 1067: 115-25
Roberts AA, Pleger GL, Kellogg CK. (2001) Effect of prenatal exposure to diazepam on brain GABA(A) receptor mRNA levels in rats examined at late fetal or adult ages. Developmental Neuroscience. 23: 135-44
Kellogg CK, Yao J, Pleger GL. (2000) Sex-specific effects of in utero manipulation of GABA(A) receptors on pre- and postnatal expression of BDNF in rats. Brain Research. Developmental Brain Research. 121: 157-67
Roberts AA, Kellogg CK. (2000) Synchronous postnatal increase in alpha1 and gamma2L GABA(A) receptor mRNAs and high affinity zolpidem binding across three regions of rat brain. Brain Research. Developmental Brain Research. 119: 21-32
Kellogg CK. (1999) Sex differences in long-term consequences of prenatal diazepam exposure: possible underlying mechanisms. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 64: 673-80
Kellogg CK, Barrett KA. (1999) Reduced progesterone metabolites are not critical for plus-maze performance of lactating female rats. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 63: 441-8
Kellogg CK, Frye CA. (1999) Endogenous levels of 5 alpha-reduced progestins and androgens in fetal vs. adult rat brains. Brain Research. Developmental Brain Research. 115: 17-24
Kellogg CK, Lundin A. (1999) Brain androgen-inducible aromatase is critical for adolescent organization of environment-specific social interaction in male rats. Hormones and Behavior. 35: 155-62
Kellogg CK. (1998) Early developmental modulation of GABAA receptor function. Influence on adaptive responses. Perspectives On Developmental Neurobiology. 5: 219-34
Kellogg CK, Olson VG, Pleger GL. (1998) Neurosteroid action at the GABAA receptor in fetal rat forebrain. Brain Research. Developmental Brain Research. 108: 131-7
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