Brian A. Baldo

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University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
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Jesus D. Mena grad student 2012 UW Madison
Sarah K. Baisley grad student 2013 UW Madison
Ryan A Selleck grad student 2010-2016 UW Madison
Robert C. Twining post-doc 2008-2009 UW Madison
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Baldo BA, Rose MA. (2022) Mechanisms of opioid-induced respiratory depression. Archives of Toxicology
Diaz JC, Dunaway K, Sheil E, et al. (2022) Delayed but not immediate effects of estrogen curtail gamma-aminobutyric acid-mediated feeding responses elicited from the nucleus accumbens shell. Behavioral Neuroscience
Giacomini JL, Sadeghian K, Baldo BA. (2022) Eating driven by the gustatory insula: contrasting regulation by infralimbic vs. prelimbic cortices. Neuropsychopharmacology : Official Publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology
Giacomini JL, Geiduschek E, Selleck RA, et al. (2021) Dissociable control of μ-opioid-driven hyperphagia vs. food impulsivity across subregions of medial prefrontal, orbitofrontal, and insular cortex. Neuropsychopharmacology : Official Publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology
Baldo BA. (2021) Toxicities of opioid analgesics: respiratory depression, histamine release, hemodynamic changes, hypersensitivity, serotonin toxicity. Archives of Toxicology
Chang L, Kigar SL, Ho JH, et al. (2018) Early life stress alters opioid receptor mRNA levels within the nucleus accumbens in a sex-dependent manner. Brain Research
Selleck RA, Giacomini J, Buchholtz BD, et al. (2018) Modulation of appetitive motivation by prefrontal cortical mu-opioid receptors is dependent upon local dopamine D1 receptor signaling. Neuropharmacology
Selleck RA, Giacomini J, Buchholtz BD, et al. (2018) Modulation of appetitive motivation by prefrontal cortical mu-opioid receptors is dependent upon local dopamine D1 receptor signaling. Neuropharmacology
Ye H, Wang J, Tian Z, et al. (2017) Quantitative Mass Spectrometry Reveals Food Intake-Induced Neuropeptide Level Changes in Rat Brain: Functional Assessment of Selected Neuropeptides as Feeding Regulators. Molecular & Cellular Proteomics : McP
Selleck RA, Baldo BA. (2017) Feeding-modulatory effects of mu-opioids in the medial prefrontal cortex: a review of recent findings and comparison to opioid actions in the nucleus accumbens. Psychopharmacology
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