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2013

Lee LC, Rajkumar R, Dawe GS. (2014) Selective lesioning of nucleus incertus with corticotropin releasing factor-saporin conjugate. Brain Res 1543:179-190. (Targeting Trends 14q1)

2011

See: Society for Neuroscience 2011 Abstracts

2010

Hummel M, Cummons T, Lu P, Mark L, Harrison JE, Kennedy JD, Whiteside GT (2010) Pain is a salient "stressor" that is mediated by corticotropin-releasing factor-1 receptors. Neuropharmacology 59(3):160-166. (Targeting Trends 10q3)

See also: Society for Neuroscience 2010 Abstracts

2007

Pascual J, Heinrichs SC (2007) Olfactory neophobia and seizure susceptibility phenotypes in an animal model of epilepsy are normalized by impairment of brain corticotropin releasing factor. Epilepsia 48:827-833. (Targeting Trends 07q3)

Turner LH, Lim CE, Heinrichs SC (2007) Antisocial and seizure susceptibility phenotypes in an animal model of epilepsy are normalized by impairment of brain corticotropin-releasing factor. Epilepsy Behav 10(1):8-15. (Targeting Trends 07q1)

2006

Chance WT, Dayal R, Friend LA, Sheriff S (2006) Possible role of CRF peptides in burn-induced hypermetabolism. Life Sci 78(7):694-703. (Targeting Trends 05q4)

2004

See: Society for Neuroscience 2004 Abstracts

2003

See: Society for Neuroscience 2003 Abstracts

2002

See: Society for Neuroscience 2002 Abstracts

2001

Maciejewski-Lenoir D, Heinrichs SC, Liu X-J, Ling N, Tucker A, Xie Q, Lappi DA, Grigoriadis DE (2000) Selective impairment of corticotropin-releasing factor1 (CRF1) receptor-mediated function using CRF coupled to saporin. Endocrinol 141:498-504.

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