Eugene A. Kiyatkin, MD, PhD

In Vivo Electrophysiology Unit National Institute on Drug Abuse 
Drugs of abuse: peripheral actions and cardiovascular effects
"Eugene Kiyatkin"
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R. Aaron Bola research assistant
Michael S. Smirnov research assistant 2007-2009
Ernesto Solis, Jr. grad student
Stephanie Myal research scientist 2013-2013 NIDA
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Bossert JM, Kiyatkin EA, Korah H, et al. (2020) In a Rat Model of Opioid Maintenance, the G Protein-Biased Mu Opioid Receptor Agonist TRV130 Decreases Relapse to Oxycodone Seeking and Taking and Prevents Oxycodone-Induced Brain Hypoxia. Biological Psychiatry
Perekopskiy D, Afzal A, Jackson SN, et al. (2020) The Role of Peripheral Opioid Receptors in Triggering Heroin-induced Brain Hypoxia. Scientific Reports. 10: 833
Solis E, Afzal A, Kiyatkin EA. (2018) Opposing mechanisms underlying differential changes in brain oxygen and temperature induced by intravenous morphine. Journal of Neurophysiology
Solis E, Afzal A, Kiyatkin EA. (2018) Intravenous Cocaine Increases Oxygen Entry into Brain Tissue: Critical Role of Peripheral Drug Actions. Acs Chemical Neuroscience
Solis E, Afzal A, Kiyatkin EA. (2018) Changes in brain oxygen and glucose induced by oxycodone: Relationships with brain temperature and peripheral vascular tone. Neuropharmacology
Bola RA, Kiyatkin EA. (2017) Inflow of oxygen and glucose into brain tissue induced by intravenous norepinephrine: relationships with central metabolic and peripheral vascular responses. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00692.2017
Solis E, Cameron-Burr KT, Kiyatkin EA. (2017) Heroin Contaminated with Fentanyl Dramatically Enhances Brain Hypoxia and Induces Brain Hypothermia. Eneuro. 4
Solis E, Cameron-Burr KT, Shaham Y, et al. (2017) Fentanyl-Induced Brain Hypoxia Triggers Brain Hyperglycemia and Biphasic Changes in Brain Temperature. Neuropsychopharmacology : Official Publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology
Bola RA, Kiyatkin EA. (2017) Brain temperature effects of intravenous heroin: State dependency, environmental modulation, and the effects of dose. Neuropharmacology
Solis E, Cameron-Burr KT, Shaham Y, et al. (2017) Intravenous Heroin Induces Rapid Brain Hypoxia and Hyperglycemia that Precede Brain Metabolic Response. Eneuro. 4
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