Jamie Lynn Peters

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InstitutionMedical University of South Carolina
DepartmentNeuroscience
AddressP.O. Box MSC 510
BSB 416C
Basic Science Building - 173 Ashley Ave.
Phone843-792-3995
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    1. Peters J, Scofield MD, Ghee SM, Heinsbroek JA, Reichel CM. Perirhinal Cortex mGlu5 Receptor Activation Reduces Relapse to Methamphetamine Seeking by Restoring Novelty Salience. Neuropsychopharmacology. 2016 May; 41(6):1477-85. PMID: 26365953.
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    2. Scofield MD, Trantham-Davidson H, Schwendt M, Leong KC, Peters J, See RE, Reichel CM. Failure to Recognize Novelty after Extended Methamphetamine Self-Administration Results from Loss of Long-Term Depression in the Perirhinal Cortex. Neuropsychopharmacology. 2015 Oct; 40(11):2526-35. PMID: 25865928.
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    3. Barker JM, Taylor JR, De Vries TJ, Peters J. Brain-derived neurotrophic factor and addiction: Pathological versus therapeutic effects on drug seeking. Brain Res. 2015 Dec 02; 1628(Pt A):68-81. PMID: 25451116.
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    4. Peters J, LaLumiere RT, Kalivas PW. Infralimbic prefrontal cortex is responsible for inhibiting cocaine seeking in extinguished rats. J Neurosci. 2008 Jun 04; 28(23):6046-53. PMID: 18524910.
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    5. Peters J, Vallone J, Laurendi K, Kalivas PW. Opposing roles for the ventral prefrontal cortex and the basolateral amygdala on the spontaneous recovery of cocaine-seeking in rats. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 2008 Apr; 197(2):319-26. PMID: 18066533.
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    6. Kalivas PW, Peters J, Knackstedt L. Animal models and brain circuits in drug addiction. Mol Interv. 2006 Dec; 6(6):339-44. PMID: 17200461.
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    7. Peters J, Kalivas PW. The group II metabotropic glutamate receptor agonist, LY379268, inhibits both cocaine- and food-seeking behavior in rats. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 2006 Jun; 186(2):143-9. PMID: 16703399.
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    8. Toda S, Shen HW, Peters J, Cagle S, Kalivas PW. Cocaine increases actin cycling: effects in the reinstatement model of drug seeking. J Neurosci. 2006 Feb 01; 26(5):1579-87. PMID: 16452681.
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