Mackenzie E. Hofmann, Ph.D.

Physiology and Pharmacology Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR 
"Mackenzie Hofmann"
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Hofmann ME, Andresen MC. (2017) Dynasore blocks evoked release while augmenting spontaneous synaptic transmission from primary visceral afferents. Plos One. 12: e0174915
Fawley JA, Hofmann ME, Andresen MC. (2016) Distinct Calcium Sources Support Multiple Modes of Synaptic Release from Cranial Sensory Afferents. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 8957-66
Hofmann ME, Andresen MC. (2015) Vanilloids selectively sensitize thermal glutamate release from TRPV1 expressing solitary tract afferents. Neuropharmacology. 101: 401-411
Fawley JA, Hofmann ME, Largent-Milnes TM, et al. (2015) Temperature differentially facilitates spontaneous but not evoked glutamate release from cranial visceral primary afferents. Plos One. 10: e0127764
Hofmann ME, Largent-Milnes TM, Fawley JA, et al. (2014) External QX-314 inhibits evoked cranial primary afferent synaptic transmission independent of TRPV1. Journal of Neurophysiology. 112: 2697-706
Fawley JA, Hofmann ME, Andresen MC. (2014) Cannabinoid 1 and transient receptor potential vanilloid 1 receptors discretely modulate evoked glutamate separately from spontaneous glutamate transmission. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 8324-32
Hofmann ME, Frazier CJ. (2013) Marijuana, endocannabinoids, and epilepsy: potential and challenges for improved therapeutic intervention. Experimental Neurology. 244: 43-50
Andresen MC, Fawley JA, Hofmann ME. (2012) Peptide and lipid modulation of glutamatergic afferent synaptic transmission in the solitary tract nucleus. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 6: 191
Andresen MC, Hofmann ME, Fawley JA. (2012) The unsilent majority-TRPV1 drives "spontaneous" transmission of unmyelinated primary afferents within cardiorespiratory NTS. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 303: R1207-16
Hofmann ME, Bhatia C, Frazier CJ. (2011) Cannabinoid receptor agonists potentiate action potential-independent release of GABA in the dentate gyrus through a CB1 receptor-independent mechanism. The Journal of Physiology. 589: 3801-21
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