Steve Mague

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
"Steve Mague"
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Block CL, Eroglu O, Mague SD, et al. (2022) Prenatal environmental stressors impair postnatal microglia function and adult behavior in males. Cell Reports. 40: 111161
Mague SD, Talbot A, Blount C, et al. (2022) Brain-wide electrical dynamics encode individual appetitive social behavior. Neuron
Hultman R, Ulrich K, Sachs BD, et al. (2018) Brain-wide Electrical Spatiotemporal Dynamics Encode Depression Vulnerability. Cell
Carlson D, David LK, Gallagher NM, et al. (2017) Dynamically Timed Stimulation of Corticolimbic Circuitry Activates a Stress-Compensatory Pathway. Biological Psychiatry
Hultman R, Mague SD, Li Q, et al. (2016) Dysregulation of Prefrontal Cortex-Mediated Slow-Evolving Limbic Dynamics Drives Stress-Induced Emotional Pathology. Neuron
Wang X, Bey AL, Katz BM, et al. (2016) Altered mGluR5-Homer scaffolds and corticostriatal connectivity in a Shank3 complete knockout model of autism. Nature Communications. 7: 11459
Mague SD, Port RG, McMullen ME, et al. (2015) Mouse model of OPRM1 (A118G) polymorphism has altered hippocampal function. Neuropharmacology
Huang P, Chen C, Mague SD, et al. (2012) A common single nucleotide polymorphism A118G of the μ opioid receptor alters its N-glycosylation and protein stability. The Biochemical Journal. 441: 379-86
Mague SD, Blendy JA. (2010) OPRM1 SNP (A118G): involvement in disease development, treatment response, and animal models. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 108: 172-82
Mague SD, Isiegas C, Huang P, et al. (2009) Mouse model of OPRM1 (A118G) polymorphism has sex-specific effects on drug-mediated behavior. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 106: 10847-52
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