Osvaldo Gaytan, Ph.D.

2000 The University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at Houston 
Neuroscience Biology
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Alan Swann grad student 2000 The University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at Houston
 (Is sensitization to stimulants time dependent and mediated via NMDA receptors?)
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Gaytan O, Swann AC, Dafny N. (2002) Disruption of sensitization to methylphenidate by a single administration of MK-801. Life Sciences. 70: 2271-85
Eckermann K, Beasley A, Yang P, et al. (2001) Methylphenidate sensitization is modulated by valproate. Life Sciences. 69: 47-57
Sripada S, Gaytan O, Swann A, et al. (2001) The role of MK-801 in sensitization to stimulants. Brain Research. Brain Research Reviews. 35: 97-114
Gaytan O, Sripada S, Swann A, et al. (2001) Blockade of sensitization to methylphenidate by MK-801: partial dissociation from motor effects. Neuropharmacology. 40: 298-309
Gaytan O, Yang P, Swann A, et al. (2000) Diurnal differences in sensitization to methylphenidate. Brain Research. 864: 24-39
Gaytan O, Nason R, Alagugurusamy R, et al. (2000) MK-801 blocks the development of sensitization to the locomotor effects of methylphenidate. Brain Research Bulletin. 51: 485-92
Gaytan O, Lewis C, Swann A, et al. (1999) Diurnal differences in amphetamine sensitization. European Journal of Pharmacology. 374: 1-9
Sripada S, Gaytan O, Al-rahim S, et al. (1998) Dose-related effects of MK-801 on acute and chronic methylphenidate administration. Brain Research. 814: 78-85
Bjork JM, Gaytan O, Patt N, et al. (1998) Behavioral tolerance to and withdrawal from multiple fluoxetine administration. The International Journal of Neuroscience. 93: 163-79
Gaytan O, Swann A, Dafny N. (1998) Diurnal differences in rat's motor response to amphetamine. European Journal of Pharmacology. 345: 119-28
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