Eliot A. Brenowitz

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University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
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Larson TA, Tokareva Y, Cole MM, et al. (2020) Inflammation induced by natural neuronal death and LPS regulates neural progenitor cell proliferation in the healthy adult brain. Eneuro
Miller KE, Wood WE, Brenowitz EA, et al. (2019) Brain-derived neurotrophic factor has a transsynaptic trophic effect on neural activity in an adult forebrain circuit. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Kranz TM, Lent KL, Miller KE, et al. (2019) Rapamycin blocks the neuroprotective effects of sex steroids in the adult birdsong system. Developmental Neurobiology
Larson TA, Thatra NM, Hou D, et al. (2018) Seasonal changes in neuronal turnover in a forebrain nucleus in adult songbirds. The Journal of Comparative Neurology
Cohen RE, Macedo-Lima M, Miller KE, et al. (2016) Adult Neurogenesis Leads to the Functional Reconstruction of a Telencephalic Neural Circuit. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 8947-56
Brenowitz EA, Remage-Healey L. (2016) It takes a seasoned bird to be a good listener: communication between the sexes. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 38: 12-17
Larson TA, Lent KL, Bammler TK, et al. (2015) Network analysis of microRNA and mRNA seasonal dynamics in a highly plastic sensorimotor neural circuit. Bmc Genomics. 16: 905
Small TW, Brenowitz EA, Wojtenek W, et al. (2015) Testosterone Mediates Seasonal Growth of the Song Control Nuclei in a Tropical Bird. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 86: 110-21
Brenowitz EA, Larson TA. (2015) Neurogenesis in the Adult Avian Song-Control System. Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology. 7
Brenowitz EA, Zakon HH. (2015) Emerging from the bottleneck: benefits of the comparative approach to modern neuroscience. Trends in Neurosciences. 38: 273-8
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