Michael J. Kuhar

Affiliations: 
Emory University, Atlanta, GA 
Area:
Neuropharmacology, Drug Abuse
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Children

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Richard G. Hunter grad student Emory
W Scott Young grad student 1977-1980 Johns Hopkins
Stephanie D. Adams grad student 2002 Emory
George Rogge grad student 2010 Emory
Darlene D. Francis post-doc Emory
Heather L. Kimmel post-doc 1997-2000 Emory
Martin O. Job post-doc 2009-2013

Collaborators

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Larry J. Young collaborator Emory
Elias Aizenman collaborator 1981-1983 Johns Hopkins
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Kuhar MJ, Job MO. (2017) CART Peptide Regulates Psychostimulant-Induced Activity and Exhibits a Rate Dependency. Journal of Drug and Alcohol Research. 6
Job MO, Kuhar MJ. (2017) Cart Peptide in the Nucleus Accumbens Regulates Psychostimulants: Correlations Between Psychostimulant and Cart Peptide Effects. Neuroscience
Abels M, Riva M, Bennet H, et al. (2016) CART is overexpressed in human type 2 diabetic islets and inhibits glucagon secretion and increases insulin secretion. Diabetologia
Job MO, Perry J, Shen LL, et al. (2014) Cocaine-and-Amphetamine Regulated Transcript (CART) peptide attenuates dopamine- and cocaine-mediated locomotor activity in both male and female rats: lack of sex differences. Neuropeptides. 48: 75-81
Wong FC, Boja J, Ho B, et al. (2013) Affinity labeling of membrane receptors using tissue-penetrating radiations. Biomed Research International. 2013: 503095
Job MO, Shen LL, Kuhar MJ. (2013) The inhibition of cocaine-induced locomotor activity by CART 55-102 is lost after repeated cocaine administration. Neuroscience Letters. 550: 179-83
Kuhar MJ, Cross D. (2013) Collegial ethics: supporting our colleagues. Science and Engineering Ethics. 19: 677-84
Job MO, Kuhar MJ. (2012) Intraperitoneal Administration of CART 55-102 Inhibits Psychostimulant-Induced Locomotion. Journal of Drug and Alcohol Research. 1
Job MO, Licata J, Hubert GW, et al. (2012) Intra-accumbal administration of shRNAs against CART peptides cause increases in body weight and cocaine-induced locomotor activity in rats. Brain Research. 1482: 47-54
Balkan B, Gozen O, Koylu EO, et al. (2012) Region- and sex-specific changes in CART mRNA in rat hypothalamic nuclei induced by forced swim stress. Brain Research. 1479: 62-71
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