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    1. Roberts, AA; Pleger, GL; Kellogg, CK
      Effect of prenatal exposure to diazepam on brain GABA(A) receptor mRNA levels in rats examined at late fetal or adult ages

      DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Kellogg, CK; Yao, J; Pleger, GL
      Sex-specific effects of in utero manipulation of GABA(A) receptors on pre-and postnatal expression of BDNF in rats

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    3. Roberts, AA; Kellogg, CK
      Synchronous postnatal increase in alpha 1 and gamma 2L GABA(A) receptor mRNAs and high affinity zolpidem binding across three regions of rat brain

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    4. Kellogg, CK; Frye, CA
      Endogenous levels of 5 alpha-reduced progestins and androgens in fetal vs.adult rat brains

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    5. Kellogg, CK
      Sex differences in long-term consequences of prenatal diazepam exposure: Possible underlying mechanisms

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    6. Kellogg, CK; Barrett, KA
      Reduced progesterone metabolites are not critical for plus-maze performance of lactating female rats

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    7. Kellogg, CK; Lundin, A
      Brain androgen-inducible aromatase is critical for adolescent organizationof environment-specific social interaction in male rats

      HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR
    8. KELLOGG CK
      EARLY DEVELOPMENTAL MODULATION OF GABA(A) RECEPTOR FUNCTION - INFLUENCE ON ADAPTIVE RESPONSES

      Perspectives on developmental neurobiology
    9. KELLOGG CK; AWATRAMANI GB; PIEKUT DT
      ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT ALTERS STRESSOR-INDUCED FOS IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN RAT-BRAIN

      Neuroscience
    10. KELLOGG CK; OLSON VG; PLEGER GL
      NEUROSTEROID ACTION AT THE GABA(A) RECEPTOR IN FETAL-RAT FOREBRAIN

      Developmental brain research
    11. CHOI SJ; WEISBERG SN; KELLOGG CK
      CONTROL OF ENDOGENOUS NOREPINEPHRINE RELEASE IN THE HYPOTHALAMUS OF MALE-RATS CHANGES OVER ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT

      Developmental brain research
    12. LIN D; KELLOGG CK
      NEONATAL EXPOSURE TO COCAINE ENHANCES THE REWARD-POTENTIATING PROPERTIES OF THE DRUG IN YOUNG-ADULT ANIMALS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    13. CHOI SJ; KELLOGG CK
      ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT INFLUENCES FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIVENESS OF NORADRENERGIC PROJECTIONS TO THE HYPOTHALAMUS IN MALE-RATS

      Developmental brain research
    14. INGLEFIELD JR; SIEGHART W; KELLOGG CK
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL AND NEUROCHEMICAL EVIDENCE FOR GABA(A) RECEPTOR HETEROGENEITY BETWEEN THE HYPOTHALAMUS AND CORTEX

      Journal of chemical neuroanatomy
    15. INGLEFIELD JR; SCHWARZKOPF SB; KELLOGG CK
      ALTERATIONS IN BEHAVIORAL-RESPONSES TO STRESSORS FOLLOWING EXCITOTOXIN LESIONS OF DORSOMEDIAL HYPOTHALAMIC REGIONS

      Brain research
    16. INGLEFIELD JR; KELLOGG CK
      HYPOTHALAMIC GABA(A) RECEPTOR BLOCKADE MODULATES CEREBRAL CORTICAL SYSTEMS SENSITIVE TO ACUTE STRESSORS

      Psychopharmacology
    17. BITRAN D; PURDY RH; KELLOGG CK
      ANXIOLYTIC EFFECT OF PROGESTERONE IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASES IN CORTICAL ALLOPREGNANOLONE AND GABA(A) RECEPTOR FUNCTION

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    18. BITRAN D; KELLOGG CK; HILVERS RJ
      TREATMENT WITH AN ANABOLIC-ANDROGENIC STEROID AFFECTS ANXIETY-RELATEDBEHAVIOR AND ALTERS THE SENSITIVITY OF CORTICAL GABA(A) RECEPTORS IN THE RAT

      Hormones and behavior
    19. KELLOGG CK; INGLEFIELD JR; TAYLOR MK; PLEGER GL
      IMPORTANCE OF HYPOTHALAMIC FUNCTION TO STRESSOR-INDUCED RESPONSIVENESS OF THE GABA-A RECEPTOR IN THE CEREBRAL-CORTEX - A NON-CORTICOSTERONEINFLUENCE

      Brain research
    20. CHOI S; KELLOGG CK
      NOREPINEPHRINE UTILIZATION IN THE HYPOTHALAMUS OF THE MALE-RAT DURINGADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT

      Developmental neuroscience


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