Nadine K Gut

Rutgers University -- Newark 
Neuroscience, neurodegeneration, parkinson's disease, basal ganglia, motor circuits, brainstem, pedunculopontine nucleus
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James A. Ainge grad student
Juan Mena-Segovia grad student
Philip Winn grad student
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Gut NK, Mena-Segovia J. (2022) Midbrain cholinergic neurons signal negative feedback to promote behavioral flexibility. Trends in Neurosciences. 45: 502-503
Huerta-Ocampo I, Dautan D, Gut NK, et al. (2021) Whole-brain mapping of monosynaptic inputs to midbrain cholinergic neurons. Scientific Reports. 11: 9055
Dautan D, Huerta-Ocampo I, Gut NK, et al. (2020) Cholinergic midbrain afferents modulate striatal circuits and shape encoding of action strategies. Nature Communications. 11: 1739
Gut NK, Mena-Segovia J. (2018) Dichotomy between motor and cognitive functions of midbrain cholinergic neurons. Neurobiology of Disease
Gut NK, Winn P. (2016) The pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus-A functional hypothesis from the comparative literature. Movement Disorders : Official Journal of the Movement Disorder Society
Gut NK, Winn P. (2015) Deep brain stimulation of different pedunculopontine targets in a novel rodent model of parkinsonism. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 35: 4792-803
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