Jordan M. Blacktop, Ph.D

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Biomedical Sciences Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI, United States 
Area:
Addiction, stress, relapse
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John R. Mantsch grad student 2014 Marquette University
 (Ventral tegmental area regulation of stress-induced reinstatement of cocaine-seeking behavior.)
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McReynolds JR, Christianson JP, Blacktop JM, et al. (2018) What does the Fos say? Using Fos-based approaches to understand the contribution of stress to substance use disorders. Neurobiology of Stress. 9: 271-285
Vranjkovic O, Van Newenhizen E, Nordness ME, et al. (2018) Enhanced CRFR1-dependent regulation of a ventral tegmental area to prelimbic cortex projection establishes susceptibility to stress-induced cocaine seeking. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Slaker M, Blacktop JM, Sorg BA. (2016) Caught in the Net: Perineuronal Nets and Addiction. Neural Plasticity. 2016: 7538208
Blacktop JM, Vranjkovic O, Mayer M, et al. (2015) Antagonism of GABA-B but not GABA-A receptors in the VTA prevents stress- and intra-VTA CRF-induced reinstatement of extinguished cocaine seeking in rats. Neuropharmacology
Slaker M, Churchill L, Todd RP, et al. (2015) Removal of perineuronal nets in the medial prefrontal cortex impairs the acquisition and reconsolidation of a cocaine-induced conditioned place preference memory. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 35: 4190-202
McReynolds JR, Peña DF, Blacktop JM, et al. (2014) Neurobiological mechanisms underlying relapse to cocaine use: contributions of CRF and noradrenergic systems and regulation by glucocorticoids. Stress (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 17: 22-38
Mantsch JR, Vranjkovic O, Twining RC, et al. (2014) Neurobiological mechanisms that contribute to stress-related cocaine use. Neuropharmacology. 76: 383-94
Blacktop JM, Seubert C, Baker DA, et al. (2011) Augmented cocaine seeking in response to stress or CRF delivered into the ventral tegmental area following long-access self-administration is mediated by CRF receptor type 1 but not CRF receptor type 2. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 31: 11396-403
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