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Kwon, B.S. and T. A. Houpt. A combined method of laser capture microdissection and X-Gal histology to analyze gene expression in c-Fos-specific neurons. J. Neurosci. Methods, submitted.
Rivera, H.M. Oberbeck, D.R. , Kwon, B.S. , Houpt, T.A. , Eckel, L.A. Estradiol increases Pet-1 and serotonin transporter mRNA in the raphe nuclei of ovariectomized rats. Brain Res., submitted.
Golden, G.J. K.A. Houpt, and T.A. Houpt. Quantitative analysis of a clinical canine aggression screen. JAVMA, submitted.
Second Set of Reviews: 8/27/08
Cason, A.M., B.S. Kwon, J.C. Smith, and T.A. Houpt. Labyrinthectomy abolishes the behavioral and neural response of rats to a high-strength static magnetic field. Physiol. Behav., submitted.
Proofs submitted 6/17/08
Freeman, M.E., D. Grattan, and T.A. Houpt. The Hypothalamus. In "Neuroscience in Medicine", Ed. P.M. Conn, New York: Humana Press
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Second Reviews: 9/19/08
Davenport, R.A. and T.A. Houpt. D-cycloserine enhances short-delay, but not long-delay, conditioned taste aversion learning in rats. Pharmacol. Biochem. Behav. submitted.
Cason, A.M., B.S. Kwon, J.C. Smith, and T.A. Houpt. Labyrinthectomy abolishes the behavioral and neural response of rats to a high-strength static magnetic field. J. Neurosci., submitted.
Requested Extension: 9/6/07
Revision submitted: 11/19/07
Revision submitted: 1/2/08
Proofs submitted: 3/18/08
Kwon, B.S., M. Goltz, and T.A. Houpt. Expression of AP-1 family transcription factors in the amygdala during conditioned taste aversion learning: role for Fra-2, has been given a new ID. Brain Research, submitted.
Revision submitted: 9/4/07
Copy edits submitted: 6/4/08"
Proofs submitted: 7/16/08
Houpt, T.A . and J.C. Smith. Conditioned taste aversion induced by exposure to high magnetic fields. To appear in “Conditioned Taste Aversion: Behavioral and Neural Processes,” edited by Steve Reilly and Todd R. Schachtman, Oxford University Press.
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