Riccardo Mozzachiodi

2010- Life Sciences Texas A & M University, College Station, TX, United States 
"Riccardo Mozzachiodi"
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Deng X, Mozzachiodi R. (2021) Using an invertebrate model to investigate the mechanisms of short-term memory deficits induced by food deprivation. Behavioural Brain Research. 418: 113646
Chatterji R, Khoury S, Salas E, et al. (2020) Critical role of protein kinase G in the long-term balance between defensive and appetitive behaviors induced by aversive stimuli in Aplysia. Behavioural Brain Research. 112504
Farruggella J, Acebo J, Lloyd L, et al. (2019) Role of nitric oxide in the induction of the behavioral and cellular changes produced by a common aversive stimulus in Aplysia. Behavioural Brain Research. 360: 341-353
Goldner A, Farruggella J, Wainwright ML, et al. (2018) cGMP mediates short- and long-term modulation of excitability in a decision-making neuron in Aplysia. Neuroscience Letters
Leod KAM, Seas A, Wainwright ML, et al. (2018) Effects of internal and external factors on the budgeting between defensive and non-defensive responses in Aplysia. Behavioural Brain Research
Weisz HA, Wainwright ML, Mozzachiodi R. (2017) A novel in vitro analog expressing learning-induced cellular correlates in distinct neural circuits. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 24: 331-340
Hernandez JS, Wainwright ML, Mozzachiodi R. (2017) Long-term sensitization training in Aplysia decreases the excitability of a decision-making neuron through a sodium-dependent mechanism. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 24: 257-261
Wolfe KD, Wainwright ML, Smee DL, et al. (2016) Eat or be eaten? Modifications of Aplysia californica feeding behaviour in response to natural aversive stimuli Animal Behaviour. 120: 123-133
Dickinson KJ, Wainwright ML, Mozzachiodi R. (2015) Change in excitability of a putative decision-making neuron in Aplysia serves as a mechanism in the decision not to feed following food satiation. Behavioural Brain Research. 281: 131-6
Shields-Johnson ME, Hernandez JS, Torno C, et al. (2013) Effects of aversive stimuli beyond defensive neural circuits: reduced excitability in an identified neuron critical for feeding in Aplysia. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 20: 1-5
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