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    1. Kopka, SL; Spector, AC
      Functional recovery of taste sensitivity to sodium chloride depends on regeneration of the chorda tympani nerve after transection in the rat

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Geran, LC; Spector, AC
      Sodium taste detectability in rats is independent of anion size: The psychophysical characteristics of the transcellular sodium taste transduction pathway

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Geran, LC; Spector, AC
      Amiloride increases sodium chloride taste detection threshold in rats

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Eylam, S; Garcea, M; Spector, AC
      Glossopharyngeal nerve transection does not alter taste reactivity to sucrose conditioned to be aversive

      CHEMICAL SENSES
    5. Kopka, SL; Geran, LC; Spector, AC
      Functional status of the regenerated chorda tympani nerve as assessed in asalt taste discrimination task

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    6. King, CT; Garcea, M; Spector, AC
      Glossopharyngeal nerve regeneration is essential for the complete recoveryof quinine-stimulated oromotor rejection behaviors and central patterns ofneuronal activity in the nucleus of the solitary tract in the rat

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Spector, AC
      Linking gustatory neurobiology to behavior in vertebrates

      NEUROSCIENCE AND BIOBEHAVIORAL REVIEWS
    8. Markison, S; Thompson, BL; Smith, JC; Spector, AC
      Time course and pattern of compensatory ingestive behavioral adjustments to lysine deficiency in rats

      JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    9. Geran, LC; Guagliardo, NA; Spector, AC
      Chorda tympani nerve transection, but not amiloride, increases the KCl taste detection threshold in rats

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    10. King, CT; Travers, SP; Rowland, NE; Garcea, M; Spector, AC
      Glossopharyngeal nerve transection eliminates quinine-stimulated Fos-like immunoreactivity in the nucleus of the solitary tract: Implications for a functional topography of gustatory nerve input in rats

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Markison, S; St John, SJ; Spector, AC
      Glossopharyngeal nerve transection reduces quinine avoidance in rats not given presurgical stimulus exposure

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    12. Markison, S; Gietzen, DW; Spector, AC
      Essential amino acid deficiency enhances long-term intake but not short-term licking of the required nutrient

      JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    13. SPECTOR AC; KLUMPP PA; KAPLAN JM
      ANALYTICAL ISSUES IN THE EVALUATION OF FOOD-DEPRIVATION AND SUCROSE CONCENTRATION EFFECTS ON THE MICROSTRUCTURE OF LICKING BEHAVIOR IN THE RAT

      Behavioral neuroscience
    14. CHAPPELL JP; STJOHN SJ; SPECTOR AC
      AMILORIDE DOES NOT ALTER NACL AVOIDANCE IN FISCHER-344 RATS

      Chemical senses
    15. SPECTOR AC; STJOHN SJ
      ROLE OF TASTE IN THE MICROSTRUCTURE OF QUININE INGESTION BY RATS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    16. STJOHN SJ; SPECTOR AC
      BEHAVIORAL DISCRIMINATION BETWEEN QUININE AND KCI IS DEPENDENT ON INPUT FROM THE 7TH CRANIAL NERVE - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE FUNCTIONAL ROLES OF THE GUSTATORY NERVES IN RATS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    17. JOHN SJS; MARKISON S; GUAGLIARDO NA; HACKENBERG TD; SPECTOR AC
      CHORDA TYMPANI TRANSECTION AND SELECTIVE DESALIVATION DIFFERENTIALLY DISRUPT 2-LEVER SALT DISCRIMINATION PERFORMANCE IN RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    18. JOHN SJS; MARKISON S; SPECTOR AC
      CHORDA TYMPANI NERVE TRANSECTION DISRUPTS TASTE-AVERSION LEARNING TO POTASSIUM-CHLORIDE, BUT NOT SODIUM-CHLORIDE

      Behavioral neuroscience
    19. SPECTOR AC; MARKISON S; STJOHN SJ; GARCEA M
      SUCROSE VS MALTOSE TASTE DISCRIMINATION BY RATS DEPENDS ON THE INPUT OF THE 7TH CRANIAL NERVE

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    20. STJOHN SJ; SPECTOR AC
      COMBINED GLOSSOPHARYNGEAL AND CHORDA TYMPANI NERVE TRANSECTION ELEVATES QUININE DETECTION THRESHOLDS IN RATS (RATTUS-NORVEGICUS)

      Behavioral neuroscience
    21. SPECTOR AC; REDMAN R; GARCEA M
      THE CONSEQUENCES OF GUSTATORY NERVE TRANSECTION ON TASTE-GUIDED LICKING OF SUCROSE AND MALTOSE IN THE RAT

      Behavioral neuroscience
    22. SPECTOR AC; GUAGLIARDO NA; STJOHN SJ
      AMILORIDE DISRUPTS NACL VERSUS KCL DISCRIMINATION PERFORMANCE - IMPLICATIONS FOR SALT TASTE CODING IN RATS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    23. SPECTOR AC; GRILL HJ; SCALERA G; NORGREN R
      GUSTATORY DETECTION THRESHOLDS AFTER PARABRACHIAL NUCLEI LESIONS IN RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    24. SCALERA G; SPECTOR AC; NORGREN R
      EXCITOTOXIC LESIONS OF THE PARABRACHIAL NUCLEI PREVENT CONDITIONED TASTE-AVERSIONS AND SODIUM APPETITE IN RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    25. SPECTOR AC
      GUSTATORY PARABRACHIAL LESIONS DISRUPT TASTE-GUIDED QUININE RESPONSIVENESS IN RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    26. KLUMPP PA; KAPLAN JM; SPECTOR AC
      CHANGES IN LICKING MICROSTRUCTURE DURING SUCROSE MEALS IN THE RAT

      Chemical senses
    27. MARKISON S; SPECTOR AC
      AMILORIDE IS A POOR CONDITIONED-STIMULUS IN TASTE-AVERSION LEARNING

      Chemical senses
    28. STJOHN SJ; SPECTOR AC
      CHORDA TYMPANI OR GLOSSOPHARYNGEAL NERVE-SECTION DOES NOT ALTER QUININE DETECTION THRESHOLDS IN RATS

      Chemical senses
    29. MARKISON S; SPECTOR AC
      AMILORIDE IS AN INEFFECTIVE CONDITIONED-STIMULUS IN TASTE-AVERSION LEARNING

      Chemical senses
    30. BRESLIN PAS; SPECTOR AC; GRILL HJ
      SODIUM SPECIFICITY OF SALT APPETITE IN FISCHER-344 AND WISTAR RATS ISIMPAIRED BY CHORDA TYMPANI NERVE TRANSECTION

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    31. STJOHN SJ; MARKISON S; SPECTOR AC
      SALT DISCRIMINABILITY IS RELATED TO NUMBER OF REGENERATED TASTE-BUDS AFTER CHORDA TYMPANI NERVE-SECTION IN RATS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    32. MARKISON S; STJOHN SJ; SPECTOR AC
      GLOSSOPHARYNGEAL NERVE TRANSECTION DOES NOT COMPROMISE THE SPECIFICITY OF TASTE-GUIDED SODIUM APPETITE IN RATS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    33. SPECTOR AC; SCALERA G; GRILL HJ; NORGREN R
      TASTE DETECTION THRESHOLDS IN RATS WITH ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICALLY-GUIDEDPARABRACHIAL NUCLEUS LESIONS

      Appetite
    34. OSSENKOPP KP; PARKER LA; SPECTOR AC
      BEHAVIORAL, NEURAL, AND PHARMACOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF PALATABILITY - AN INTRODUCTION TO THE SYMPOSIUM

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    35. GRIGSON PS; SPECTOR AC; NORGREN R
      LESIONS OF THE PONTINE PARABRACHIAL NUCLEI ELIMINATE SUCCESSIVE NEGATIVE CONTRAST EFFECTS IN RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    36. STJOHN SJ; GARCEA M; SPECTOR AC
      COMBINED, BUT NOT SINGLE, GUSTATORY NERVE TRANSECTION SUBSTANTIALLY ALTERS TASTE-GUIDED LICKING BEHAVIOR TO QUININE IN RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    37. LI BH; SPECTOR AC; ROWLAND NE
      REVERSAL OF DEXFENFLURAMINE-INDUCED ANOREXIA AND C-FOS C-JUN EXPRESSION BY LESION IN THE LATERAL PARABRACHIAL NUCLEUS

      Brain research
    38. SPECTOR AC; TRAVERS SP; NORGREN R
      TASTE RECEPTORS ON THE ANTERIOR TONGUE AND NASOINCISOR DUCTS OF RATS CONTRIBUTE SYNERGISTICALLY TO BEHAVIORAL-RESPONSES TO SUCROSE

      Behavioral neuroscience
    39. GRIGSON PS; SPECTOR AC; NORGREN R
      MICROSTRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF SUCCESSIVE NEGATIVE CONTRAST IN FREE-FEEDING AND DEPRIVED RATS

      Physiology & behavior


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