Luis M. Tuesta

2013-2019 Genetics Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
 2019- Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL 
"Luis Tuesta"
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Bhattacherjee A, Djekidel MN, Chen R, et al. (2019) Cell type-specific transcriptional programs in mouse prefrontal cortex during adolescence and addiction. Nature Communications. 10: 4169
Tuesta LM, Djekidel MN, Chen R, et al. (2019) In vivo nuclear capture and molecular profiling identifies Gmeb1 as a transcriptional regulator essential for dopamine neuron function. Nature Communications. 10: 2508
Tuesta LM, Chen Z, Duncan A, et al. (2017) GLP-1 acts on habenular avoidance circuits to control nicotine intake. Nature Neuroscience
Tuesta LM, Zhang Y. (2014) Mechanisms of epigenetic memory and addiction. The Embo Journal. 33: 1091-103
Fowler CD, Tuesta L, Kenny PJ. (2013) Role of α5* nicotinic acetylcholine receptors in the effects of acute and chronic nicotine treatment on brain reward function in mice. Psychopharmacology
Schaal SM, Garg MS, Ghosh M, et al. (2012) The therapeutic profile of rolipram, PDE target and mechanism of action as a neuroprotectant following spinal cord injury. Plos One. 7: e43634
Ghosh M, Tuesta LM, Puentes R, et al. (2012) Extensive cell migration, axon regeneration, and improved function with polysialic acid-modified Schwann cells after spinal cord injury. Glia. 60: 979-92
Tuesta LM, Fowler CD, Kenny PJ. (2011) Recent advances in understanding nicotinic receptor signaling mechanisms that regulate drug self-administration behavior. Biochemical Pharmacology. 82: 984-95
Patel V, Joseph G, Patel A, et al. (2010) Suspension matrices for improved Schwann-cell survival after implantation into the injured rat spinal cord. Journal of Neurotrauma. 27: 789-801
Pendergast JS, Tuesta LM, Bethea JR. (2008) Oestrogen receptor beta contributes to the transient sex difference in tyrosine hydroxylase expression in the mouse locus coeruleus. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. 20: 1155-64
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