Hilary Little

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Rose AK, Shaw SG, Prendergast MA, et al. (2010) The importance of glucocorticoids in alcohol dependence and neurotoxicity. Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research. 34: 2011-8
Brooks SP, Croft AP, Norman G, et al. (2008) Nimodipine prior to alcohol withdrawal prevents memory deficits during the abstinence phase. Neuroscience. 157: 376-84
Jacquot C, Croft AP, Prendergast MA, et al. (2008) Effects of the glucocorticoid antagonist, mifepristone, on the consequences of withdrawal from long term alcohol consumption. Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research. 32: 2107-16
Little HJ, Croft AP, O'Callaghan MJ, et al. (2008) Selective increases in regional brain glucocorticoid: a novel effect of chronic alcohol. Neuroscience. 156: 1017-27
Croft AP, O'Callaghan MJ, Shaw SG, et al. (2008) Effects of minor laboratory procedures, adrenalectomy, social defeat or acute alcohol on regional brain concentrations of corticosterone. Brain Research. 1238: 12-22
Little HJ, McKinzie DL, Setnik B, et al. (2008) Pharmacotherapy of alcohol dependence: Improving translation from the bench to the clinic Animal and Translational Models For Cns Drug Discovery. 3: 91-178
Prendergast MA, Little HJ. (2007) Adolescence, glucocorticoids and alcohol. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 86: 234-45
Little HJ. (2007) Introduction to special issue of Alcohol and Alcoholism on alcohol and nicotine Alcohol and Alcoholism. 42: 165-166
Mulholland PJ, Self RL, Hensley AK, et al. (2006) A 24 h corticosterone exposure exacerbates excitotoxic insult in rat hippocampal slice cultures independently of glucocorticoid receptor activation or protein synthesis. Brain Research. 1082: 165-72
O'Callaghan MJ, Croft AP, Jacquot C, et al. (2005) The hypothalamopituitary-adrenal axis and alcohol preference. Brain Research Bulletin. 68: 171-8
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