Paul M. Plotsky

Emory University, Atlanta, GA 
stress neurobiology
"Paul Plotsky"
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Park AY, Plotsky PM, Pham TD, et al. (2018) Blood collection in unstressed, conscious, and freely moving mice through implantation of catheters in the jugular vein: a new simplified protocol. Physiological Reports. 6: e13904
Torner L, Plotsky PM, Neumann ID, et al. (2016) Forced swimming-induced oxytocin release into blood and brain: Effects of adrenalectomy and corticosterone treatment. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 77: 165-174
Lazo-Fernandez Y, Aguilera G, Pham TD, et al. (2015) Pendrin localizes to the adrenal medulla and modulates catecholamine release. American Journal of Physiology. Endocrinology and Metabolism. 309: E534-45
Caldji C, Liu D, Sharma S, et al. (2011) Development of Individual Differences in Behavioral and Endocrine Responses to Stress: Role of the Postnatal Environment Comprehensive Physiology. 271-292
Walker C, Anand KJS, Plotsky PM. (2011) Development of the Hypothalamic‐Pituitary‐Adrenal Axis and the Stress Response Comprehensive Physiology
Pulliam JV, Dawaghreh AM, Alema-Mensah E, et al. (2010) Social defeat stress produces prolonged alterations in acoustic startle and body weight gain in male Long Evans rats. Journal of Psychiatric Research. 44: 106-11
Ladd CO, Plotsky PM, Davis M. (2010) Startle Response Encyclopedia of Stress. 561-568
Huot RL, Ladd CO, Plotsky PM. (2010) Maternal Deprivation Encyclopedia of Stress. 667-674
Gardner KL, Hale MW, Lightman SL, et al. (2009) Adverse early life experience and social stress during adulthood interact to increase serotonin transporter mRNA expression. Brain Research. 1305: 47-63
Gardner KL, Hale MW, Oldfield S, et al. (2009) Adverse experience during early life and adulthood interact to elevate tph2 mRNA expression in serotonergic neurons within the dorsal raphe nucleus. Neuroscience. 163: 991-1001
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