- research article | New Research, Integrative Systems Locus Coeruleus and Tuberomammillary Nuclei Ablations Attenuate Hypocretin/Orexin Antagonist-Mediated REM Sleep
Published February 28, 2016
- research article | New Research, Integrative Systems Social Stress Engages Neurochemically-Distinct Afferents to the Rat Locus Coeruleus Depending on Coping Strategy
Published November 1, 2015
- research article | New Research, Integrative Systems Distribution, Amplitude, Incidence, Co-Occurrence, and Propagation of Human K-Complexes in Focal Transcortical Recordings
Published September 2, 2015
- research article | New Research, Integrative Systems Estradiol Preferentially Induces Progestin Receptor-A (PR-A) Over PR-B in Cells Expressing Nuclear Receptor Coactivators in the Female Mouse Hypothalamus
Published July 31, 2015
- review article | Review, Integrative Systems Growth Hormone Secretagogue Receptor Dimers: A New Pharmacological Target
The growth hormone secretagogue receptor, a key component of the ghrelin system, is important in many processes, including feeding behavior, stress, and reward. Recent data have revealed a variety of receptors that show the ability to dimerize with the ghrelin receptor, resulting in signal modulation, alterations in signaling cascades, and changes in trafficking and internalization of both protomers of the dimer complex.
Published April 14, 2015
- review article | Review, Integrative Systems A Path to Sleep Is through the Eye
Sleep is expressed as a circadian rhythm and the two phenomena exist in a poorly understood relationship. Light affects each, simultaneously influencing rhythm phase and rapidly inducing sleep.
Published March 5, 2015