Stephan Steidl, PhD

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Steidl S, Wasserman DI, Blaha CD, et al. (2017) Opioid-induced Rewards, Locomotion, and Dopamine Activation: A Proposed Model for Control by Mesopontine and Rostromedial Tegmental Neurons. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Steidl S, Wasserman DI, Blaha CD, et al. (2016) Muscarinic receptor gene transfections and in vivo dopamine electrochemistry: Muscarinic receptor control of dopamine-dependent reward and locomotion Neuromethods. 107: 261-282
Steidl S, Myal S, Wise RA. (2015) Supplemental morphine infusion into the posterior ventral tegmentum extends the satiating effects of self-administered intravenous heroin. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 134: 1-5
Steidl S, Veverka K. (2015) Optogenetic excitation of LDTg axons in the VTA reinforces operant responding in rats. Brain Research. 1614: 86-93
Steidl S, Cardiff KM, Wise RA. (2015) Increased latencies to initiate cocaine self-administration following laterodorsal tegmental nucleus lesions. Behavioural Brain Research. 287: 82-8
Steidl S, Wang H, Wise RA. (2014) Lesions of cholinergic pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus neurons fail to affect cocaine or heroin self-administration or conditioned place preference in rats. Plos One. 9: e84412
Steidl S, Lee E, Wasserman D, et al. (2013) Acute food deprivation reverses morphine-induced locomotion deficits in M5 muscarinic receptor knockout mice. Behavioural Brain Research. 252: 176-9
Steidl S, Miller AD, Blaha CD, et al. (2011) M₅ muscarinic receptors mediate striatal dopamine activation by ventral tegmental morphine and pedunculopontine stimulation in mice. Plos One. 6: e27538
Steidl S, Razik F, Anderson AK. (2011) Emotion enhanced retention of cognitive skill learning. Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 11: 12-9
Steidl S, Yeomans JS. (2009) M5 muscarinic receptor knockout mice show reduced morphine-induced locomotion but increased locomotion after cholinergic antagonism in the ventral tegmental area. The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. 328: 263-75
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