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Jeffrey Parrilla-carrero

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InstitutionMedical University of South Carolina
DepartmentNeuroscience - Research And PI
AddressP.O. Box MSC 510
Phone843-876-2268
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    1. Li H, Vento PJ, Parrilla-Carrero J, Pullmann D, Chao YS, Eid M, Jhou TC. Three Rostromedial Tegmental Afferents Drive Triply Dissociable Aspects of Punishment Learning and Aversive Valence Encoding. Neuron. 2019 Dec 04; 104(5):987-999.e4. PMID: 31627985.
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    2. Parrilla-Carrero J, Buchta WC, Goswamee P, Culver O, McKendrick G, Harlan B, Moutal A, Penrod R, Lauer A, Ramakrishnan V, Khanna R, Kalivas P, Riegel AC. Restoration of Kv7 Channel-Mediated Inhibition Reduces Cued-Reinstatement of Cocaine Seeking. J Neurosci. 2018 04 25; 38(17):4212-4229. PMID: 29636392.
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    3. Parrilla-Carrero J, Figueroa O, Lugo A, GarcĂ­a-Sosa R, Brito-Vargas P, Cruz B, Rivera M, Barreto-Estrada JL. The anabolic steroids testosterone propionate and nandrolone, but not 17alpha-methyltestosterone, induce conditioned place preference in adult mice. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2009 Feb 01; 100(1-2):122-7. PMID: 19028026.
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    4. Barreto-Estrada JL, Parrilla-Carrero J, Jorge JC. Exposure to an anabolic steroid changes female mice's sexual responses according to sex partner. J Sex Med. 2007 Jul; 4(4 Pt 1):878-85. PMID: 17419814.
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