Jeffrey G Tasker
Jeffrey G Tasker
Professor, Department of Cell and Molecular Biology, Tulane University
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Nongenomic glucocorticoid inhibition via endocannabinoid release in the hypothalamus: a fast feedback mechanism
S Di, R Malcher-Lopes, KC Halmos, JG Tasker
Journal of neuroscience 23 (12), 4850-4857, 2003
Rapid glucocorticoid signaling via membrane-associated receptors
JG Tasker, S Di, R Malcher-Lopes
Endocrinology 147 (12), 5549-5556, 2006
Physiological mapping of local inhibitory inputs to the hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus
C Boudaba, K Szabó, JG Tasker
Journal of Neuroscience 16 (22), 7151-7160, 1996
Local circuit regulation of paraventricular nucleus stress integration: glutamate–GABA connections
JP Herman, JG Tasker, DR Ziegler, WE Cullinan
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 71 (3), 457-468, 2002
Fast feedback inhibition of the HPA axis by glucocorticoids is mediated by endocannabinoid signaling
NK Evanson, JG Tasker, MN Hill, CJ Hillard, JP Herman
Endocrinology 151 (10), 4811-4819, 2010
Rapid glucocorticoid-mediated endocannabinoid release and opposing regulation of glutamate and γ-aminobutyric acid inputs to hypothalamic magnocellular neurons
S Di, R Malcher-Lopes, VL Marcheselli, NG Bazan, JG Tasker
Endocrinology 146 (10), 4292-4301, 2005
Endocannabinoid signaling, glucocorticoid-mediated negative feedback, and regulation of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis
MN Hill, JG Tasker
Neuroscience 204, 5-16, 2012
Opposing crosstalk between leptin and glucocorticoids rapidly modulates synaptic excitation via endocannabinoid release
R Malcher-Lopes, S Di, VS Marcheselli, FJ Weng, CT Stuart, NG Bazan, ...
Journal of neuroscience 26 (24), 6643-6650, 2006
Mechanisms of rapid glucocorticoid feedback inhibition of the hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis
JG Tasker, JP Herman
Stress 14 (4), 398-406, 2011
Electrophysiological properties of neurones in the region of the paraventricular nucleus in slices of rat hypothalamus.
JG Tasker, FE Dudek
The Journal of physiology 434 (1), 271-293, 1991
Functional interactions between stress and the endocannabinoid system: from synaptic signaling to behavioral output
MN Hill, S Patel, P Campolongo, JG Tasker, CT Wotjak, JS Bains
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (45), 14980-14986, 2010
Glucocorticoids regulate glutamate and GABA synapse-specific retrograde transmission via divergent nongenomic signaling pathways
S Di, MM Maxson, A Franco, JG Tasker
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (2), 393-401, 2009
Role of the paraventricular nucleus microenvironment in stress integration
JP Herman, WE Cullinan, DR Ziegler, JG Tasker
European Journal of Neuroscience 16 (3), 381-385, 2002
Physiological evidence for local excitatory synaptic circuits in the rat hypothalamus
C Boudaba, LA Schrader, JG Tasker
Journal of neurophysiology 77 (6), 3396-3400, 1997
Osmolality-induced changes in extracellular volume alter epileptiform bursts independent of chemical synapses in the rat: importance of non-synaptic mechanisms in hippocampal …
FE Dudek, A Obenaus, JG Tasker
Neuroscience letters 120 (2), 267-270, 1990
Presynaptic modulation by metabotropic glutamate receptors of excitatory and inhibitory synaptic inputs to hypothalamic magnocellular neurons
LA Schrader, JG Tasker
Journal of neurophysiology 77 (2), 527-527, 1997
Noradrenergic excitation of magnocellular neurons in the rat hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus via intranuclear glutamatergic circuits
SS Daftary, C Boudaba, K Szabo, JG Tasker
Journal of Neuroscience 18 (24), 10619-10628, 1998
Voltage‐gated currents distinguish parvocellular from magnocellular neurones in the rat hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus
JA Luther, JG Tasker
The Journal of Physiology 523 (1), 193-209, 2000
Neurosteroid modulation of GABA IPSCs is phosphorylation dependent
A Fáncsik, DM Linn, JG Tasker
Journal of Neuroscience 20 (9), 3067-3075, 2000
Chronic stress‐induced neurotransmitter plasticity in the PVN
JN Flak, MM Ostrander, JG Tasker, JP Herman
Journal of Comparative Neurology 517 (2), 156-165, 2009
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