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James M Otis

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InstitutionMedical University of South Carolina
DepartmentNeuroscience
AddressP.O. Box MSC 510
CRI 404
Children's Research Inst. - 173 Ashley Ave.
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    1. Resendez SL, Namboodiri VMK, Otis JM, Eckman LEH, Rodriguez-Romaguera J, Ung RL, Basiri ML, Kosyk O, Rossi MA, Dichter GS, Stuber GD. Social stimuli induce activation of oxytocin neurons within the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus to promote social behavior in male mice. J Neurosci. 2020 Feb 05. PMID: 32024781.
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    2. Guo J, Otis JM, Suciu SK, Catalano C, Xing L, Constable S, Wachten D, Gupton S, Lee J, Lee A, Blackley KH, Ptacek T, Simon JM, Schurmans S, Stuber GD, Caspary T, Anton ES. Primary Cilia Signaling Promotes Axonal Tract Development and Is Disrupted in Joubert Syndrome-Related Disorders Models. Dev Cell. 2019 Dec 16; 51(6):759-774.e5. PMID: 31846650.
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    3. Parker KE, Pedersen CE, Gomez AM, Spangler SM, Walicki MC, Feng SY, Stewart SL, Otis JM, Al-Hasani R, McCall JG, Sakers K, Bhatti DL, Copits BA, Gereau RW, Jhou T, Kash TJ, Dougherty JD, Stuber GD, Bruchas MR. A Paranigral VTA Nociceptin Circuit that Constrains Motivation for Reward. Cell. 2019 Jul 25; 178(3):653-671.e19. PMID: 31348890.
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    4. Rossi MA, Basiri ML, McHenry JA, Kosyk O, Otis JM, van den Munkhof HE, Bryois J, Hübel C, Breen G, Guo W, Bulik CM, Sullivan PF, Stuber GD. Obesity remodels activity and transcriptional state of a lateral hypothalamic brake on feeding. Science. 2019 06 28; 364(6447):1271-1274. PMID: 31249056.
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    5. Otis JM, Zhu M, Namboodiri VMK, Cook CA, Kosyk O, Matan AM, Ying R, Hashikawa Y, Hashikawa K, Trujillo-Pisanty I, Guo J, Ung RL, Rodriguez-Romaguera J, Anton ES, Stuber GD. Paraventricular Thalamus Projection Neurons Integrate Cortical and Hypothalamic Signals for Cue-Reward Processing. Neuron. 2019 08 07; 103(3):423-431.e4. PMID: 31196673.
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    6. Namboodiri VMK, Otis JM, van Heeswijk K, Voets ES, Alghorazi RA, Rodriguez-Romaguera J, Mihalas S, Stuber GD. Single-cell activity tracking reveals that orbitofrontal neurons acquire and maintain a long-term memory to guide behavioral adaptation. Nat Neurosci. 2019 07; 22(7):1110-1121. PMID: 31160741.
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    7. Otis JM, Fitzgerald MK, Yousuf H, Burkard JL, Drake M, Mueller D. Prefrontal Neuronal Excitability Maintains Cocaine-Associated Memory During Retrieval. Front Behav Neurosci. 2018; 12:119. PMID: 29962941.
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    8. McHenry JA, Otis JM, Rossi MA, Robinson JE, Kosyk O, Miller NW, McElligott ZA, Budygin EA, Rubinow DR, Stuber GD. Corrigendum: Hormonal gain control of a medial preoptic area social reward circuit. Nat Neurosci. 2017 Sep 28; 20(10):1427-1430. PMID: 28949330.
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    9. Guo J, Otis JM, Higginbotham H, Monckton C, Cheng J, Asokan A, Mykytyn K, Caspary T, Stuber GD, Anton ES. Primary Cilia Signaling Shapes the Development of Interneuronal Connectivity. Dev Cell. 2017 08 07; 42(3):286-300.e4. PMID: 28787594.
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    10. Hutton SR, Otis JM, Kim EM, Lamsal Y, Stuber GD, Snider WD. ERK/MAPK Signaling Is Required for Pathway-Specific Striatal Motor Functions. J Neurosci. 2017 08 23; 37(34):8102-8115. PMID: 28733355.
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    11. Otis JM, Mueller D. Reversal of Cocaine-Associated Synaptic Plasticity in Medial Prefrontal Cortex Parallels Elimination of Memory Retrieval. Neuropsychopharmacology. 2017 Sep; 42(10):2000-2010. PMID: 28466871.
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    12. Otis JM, Namboodiri VM, Matan AM, Voets ES, Mohorn EP, Kosyk O, McHenry JA, Robinson JE, Resendez SL, Rossi MA, Stuber GD. Prefrontal cortex output circuits guide reward seeking through divergent cue encoding. Nature. 2017 03 02; 543(7643):103-107. PMID: 28225752.
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    13. McHenry JA, Otis JM, Rossi MA, Robinson JE, Kosyk O, Miller NW, McElligott ZA, Budygin EA, Rubinow DR, Stuber GD. Hormonal gain control of a medial preoptic area social reward circuit. Nat Neurosci. 2017 Mar; 20(3):449-458. PMID: 28135243.
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    14. Resendez SL, Jennings JH, Ung RL, Namboodiri VM, Zhou ZC, Otis JM, Nomura H, McHenry JA, Kosyk O, Stuber GD. Visualization of cortical, subcortical and deep brain neural circuit dynamics during naturalistic mammalian behavior with head-mounted microscopes and chronically implanted lenses. Nat Protoc. 2016 Mar; 11(3):566-97. PMID: 26914316.
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    15. Fitzgerald MK, Otis JM, Mueller D. Dissociation of ß1- and ß2-adrenergic receptor subtypes in the retrieval of cocaine-associated memory. Behav Brain Res. 2016 Jan 01; 296:94-99. PMID: 26318933.
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    16. Otis JM, Werner CT, Mueller D. Noradrenergic regulation of fear and drug-associated memory reconsolidation. Neuropsychopharmacology. 2015 Mar; 40(4):793-803. PMID: 25315025.
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    17. Otis JM, Fitzgerald MK, Mueller D. Infralimbic BDNF/TrkB enhancement of GluN2B currents facilitates extinction of a cocaine-conditioned place preference. J Neurosci. 2014 Apr 23; 34(17):6057-64. PMID: 24760865.
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    18. Otis JM, Fitzgerald MK, Mueller D. Inhibition of hippocampal ß-adrenergic receptors impairs retrieval but not reconsolidation of cocaine-associated memory and prevents subsequent reinstatement. Neuropsychopharmacology. 2014 Jan; 39(2):303-10. PMID: 23907403.
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    19. Otis JM, Dashew KB, Mueller D. Neurobiological dissociation of retrieval and reconsolidation of cocaine-associated memory. J Neurosci. 2013 Jan 16; 33(3):1271-81a. PMID: 23325262.
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    20. Otis JM, Mueller D. Inhibition of ß-adrenergic receptors induces a persistent deficit in retrieval of a cocaine-associated memory providing protection against reinstatement. Neuropsychopharmacology. 2011 Aug; 36(9):1912-20. PMID: 21544069.
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