Sade M. Spencer

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, United States 
Circdadian rhythms, bipolar disorder
"Sade Spencer"
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Rinehart L, Spencer S. (2020) Which came first: Cannabis use or deficits in impulse control? Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry. 110066
Neuhofer D, Spencer SM, Chioma VC, et al. (2019) The loss of NMDAR-dependent LTD following cannabinoid self-administration is restored by positive allosteric modulation of CB1 receptors. Addiction Biology. e12843
Namba MD, Kupchik YM, Spencer SM, et al. (2019) Accumbens neuroimmune signaling and dysregulation of astrocytic glutamate transport underlie conditioned nicotine-seeking behavior. Addiction Biology. e12797
Roberts-Wolfe DJ, Heinsbroek JA, Spencer SM, et al. (2019) Transient synaptic potentiation in nucleus accumbens shell during refraining from cocaine seeking. Addiction Biology. e12759
Siemsen BM, Reichel CM, Leong KC, et al. (2019) Effects of Methamphetamine Self-Administration and Extinction on Astrocyte Structure and Function in the Nucleus Accumbens Core. Neuroscience
Powell GL, Leyrer-Jackson JM, Goenaga J, et al. (2019) Chronic treatment with N-acetylcysteine decreases extinction responding and reduces cue-induced nicotine-seeking. Physiological Reports. 7: e13958
Spencer S, Kalivas PW. (2017) Glutamate transport: a new bench to bedside mechanism for treating drug abuse. The International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology
Melis M, Frau R, Kalivas PW, et al. (2017) New vistas on cannabis use disorder. Neuropharmacology
Smith AC, Scofield MD, Heinsbroek JA, et al. (2017) Accumbens nNOS Interneurons Regulate Cocaine Relapse. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 37: 742-756
Spencer S, Garcia-Keller C, Roberts-Wolfe D, et al. (2016) Cocaine Use Reverses Striatal Plasticity Produced During Cocaine Seeking. Biological Psychiatry
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