Tomoko Inagaki, Ph.D.

2010 Psychology City University of New York, New York, NY, United States 
gonadal hormones, adrenal hormones, monoamines, memory, lordosis
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Victoria N. Luine grad student 2010 CUNY
 (Acute effects of estrogen and bisphenol -A, an environmental chemical, on cognitive and neural function.)
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Inagaki T, Etgen AM. (2013) Neuroprotective action of acute estrogens: animal models of brain ischemia and clinical implications. Steroids. 78: 597-606
Inagaki T, Kaneko N, Zukin RS, et al. (2012) Estradiol attenuates ischemia-induced death of hippocampal neurons and enhances synaptic transmission in aged, long-term hormone-deprived female rats. Plos One. 7: e38018
Inagaki T, Frankfurt M, Luine V. (2012) Estrogen-induced memory enhancements are blocked by acute bisphenol A in adult female rats: Role of dendritic spines Endocrinology. 153: 3357-3367
Jacome LF, Gautreaux C, Inagaki T, et al. (2010) Estradiol and ERβ agonists enhance recognition memory, and DPN, an ERβ agonist, alters brain monoamines. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 94: 488-98
Inagaki T, Gautreaux C, Luine V. (2010) Acute estrogen treatment facilitates recognition memory consolidation and alters monoamine levels in memory-related brain areas Hormones and Behavior. 58: 415-426
Wallace M, Frankfurt M, Arellanos A, et al. (2007) Impaired recognition memory and decreased prefrontal cortex spine density in aged female rats. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1097: 54-7
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