Helle M. Sickmann, Ph.D.

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University of Copenhagen, København, Denmark 
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Fontaine CJ, Patten AR, Sickmann HM, et al. (2016) Effects of pre-natal alcohol exposure on hippocampal synaptic plasticity: Sex, age and methodological considerations. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Patten AR, Sickmann HM, Dyer RA, et al. (2016) Corrigendum to "Omega-3 fatty acids can reverse the long-term deficits in hippocampal synaptic plasticity caused by prenatal ethanol exposure" [Neurosci. Lett. 551C (2013) 7-11] Neuroscience Letters
Sickmann HM, Arentzen TS, Dyrby TB, et al. (2015) Prenatal stress produces sex-specific changes in depression-like behavior in rats: implications for increased vulnerability in females. Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease. 1-13
Sickmann HM, Waagepetersen HS. (2015) Effects of diabetes on brain metabolism--is brain glycogen a significant player? Metabolic Brain Disease. 30: 335-43
Sickmann HM, Li Y, Mørk A, et al. (2014) Does stress elicit depression? Evidence from clinical and preclinical studies. Current Topics in Behavioral Neurosciences. 18: 123-59
Sickmann HM, Patten AR, Morch K, et al. (2014) Prenatal ethanol exposure has sex-specific effects on hippocampal long-term potentiation. Hippocampus. 24: 54-64
Patten AR, Sickmann H, Hryciw BN, et al. (2013) Long-term exercise is needed to enhance synaptic plasticity in the hippocampus. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 20: 642-7
Patten AR, Sickmann HM, Dyer RA, et al. (2013) Omega-3 fatty acids can reverse the long-term deficits in hippocampal synaptic plasticity caused by prenatal ethanol exposure. Neuroscience Letters. 551: 7-11
Obel LF, Müller MS, Walls AB, et al. (2012) Brain glycogen-new perspectives on its metabolic function and regulation at the subcellular level. Frontiers in Neuroenergetics. 4: 3
Sickmann HM, Waagepetersen HS, Schousboe A, et al. (2012) Brain glycogen and its role in supporting glutamate and GABA homeostasis in a type 2 diabetes rat model. Neurochemistry International. 60: 267-75
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