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Du, K., Markus, E., Fecych, M., Rhodes, J.S., Lee Beverly., J. 2017. Satiety and memory enhancing effects of a high-protein meal depend on the source of protein. Nutritional Neuroscience. In press.
Munroe, M., Pincu, Y., Merritt, J., Cobert, A., Brander, R., Jensen, T., Rhodes, J.S., Boppart, M.D. 2017 Impact of β-hydroxy β-methylbutyrate (HMB) on Age-Related Functional Deficits in Mice. Experimental Gerontology 87:57-66.
Pence, B. D., Bhattacharya, T.K., Park, P., Rytych, J.L., Allen, J.M., Sun, Y., McCusker, R.H., Kelley, K.W., Johnson, R.W., Rhodes, J.S., Woods, J.A. 2017. "Dose-Dependent Decrease in Mortality with No Cognitive or Muscle Function Improvements Due to Dietary EGCG Supplementation in Aged Mice." Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism. In Press.
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Kohman R.A., Rhodes J.S. (2016) Role of adult hippocampal neurogenesis in psychiatric disorders. In Halaris A. and Leonard B. (Eds.), Neuroprogression in Psychiatric Disorders. Karger Verlag.
Mustroph, M.L., Pinardo, H., Merritt, J.R., and Rhodes, J.S. 2016. Parameters for abolishing conditioned place preference for cocaine from running and environmental enrichment in male C57BL/6J mice. Behavioural Brain Research 312:366-373.
Pence, B.D., Gibbons, T.E., Bhattacharya, T.K., Mach, H.M., Ossyra, J.M., Petr, G., Martin, S.A., Wang, L., Rubakhin, S.S., Sweedler, J.V., McCusker, R.H., Kelley, K.W., Rhodes, J.S., Johnson, R.W., and Woods, J.A. 2016. Effects of exercise and dietary EGCG and B-Alanine on skeletal muscle in aged mice. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41:1-10.
Perez, S.D., Du, K., Rendeiro, C., Wang, L., Qian, W., Rubakhin, S.S., Vazhappilly, R. , Baxtere, J.H.., Sweedler, J.V., Rhodes, J.S. 2016. A unique combination of micronutrients rejuvenates cognitive performance in aged mice. Behavioural Brain Research 320:97-112.
Rendeiro, C., Sheriff, A., Bhattacharya, T.K., Gogola, J.V., Baxter, J.H., Chen, H., Helferich, W.G., Roy, E.J., Rhodes, J.S. 2016. Long-lasting impairments in adult neurogenesis, spatial learning and memory from a standard chemotherapy regimen used to treat breast cancer. Behavioural Brain Research. 315:10-22.
Saul, M., Majdak, P., Perez, S., Reilly, M., Garland Jr, T. and Rhodes, J. S. (2016). High motivation for exercise is associated with altered chromatin regulators of monoamine receptor gene expression in the striatum of selectively bred mice. Genes, Brain and Behavior. Genes, Brain and Behavior.
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Conrad, M.S., Harasim, S., Rhodes, J.S., Van Alstine, W.G., and Johnson, R.W. 2015. Early postnatal respiratory viral infection alters hippocampal neurogenesis, cell fate, and neuron morphology in the neonatal piglet. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity 44:82-90.
Hamilton, G.F., Majdak, P., Miller, D.S., Bucko, P.J., Merritt, J.R., Krebs, C.P., and Rhodes, J.S. 2015. Evaluation of a C57BL/6J x 129S1/SvImJ hybrid nestin-thymidine kinase transgenic mouse model for studying exercise-induced adult hippocampal neurogenesis. Brain Plasticity 83-95.
Hamilton, G.F. and Rhodes, J.S. (2015) Animal models of Exercise-Brain Interactions. McMorris T (Eds.), Exercise-Cognition Interaction: Neuroscience Perspectives. Elsevier Science.
Il Park, S., Shin, G., Banks, A., McCall, J.G., Siuda, E.R., Schmidt, M.J., Chung, H.U., Noh, K.N., Mun, J.G., Rhodes, J.S., Bruchas, M.R., and Rogers, J.A. 2015. Ultraminiaturized photovoltaic and radio frequency powered optoelectronic systems for wireless optogenetics. Journal of Neuroengineering.
Merritt, J. and Rhodes, J.S. 2015. Mouse genetic differences involuntary wheel running, adult hippocampal neurogenesis and learning on the multi-strain-adapted plus water maze. Behavioural Brain Research 280:62-71.
Rendeiro, C., Masnik, A.M., Mun, J.G., Du, K., Clark, D., Dilger, R.N., Dilger, A.C., and Rhodes, J.S. 2015. Fructose decreases physical activity and increases body fat without affecting hippocampal neurogenesis and learning relative to an isocaloric glucose diet. Scientific Reports.
Romanova, E.V., Rubakhin, S.S., Ossyra, J.R., Zombeck, Z.A., Nosek, M.R., Sweedler, J.V., and Rhodes, J.S. 2015. Differential peptidomics assessment of strain and age differences in mice in response to acute cocaine administration. Journal of Neurochemistry.
Gibbons, T.E., Pence, B.D., Petr, G, Ossyra, J.M., Mach, H.C., Bhattacharya, T.K., Perez, S., Martina, S.A., McCusker, R.H., Kelley, K.W., Rhodes, J.S., Johnson, R.W., and Woods, J.A. 2014. Voluntary wheel running, but not a diet containing (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate and B-alanine improves learning, memory and hippocampal neurogenesis in aged mice. Behavioural Brain Research 272:131-40.
Kelly, S., Rezende, E., Chappell, M., Gomes, F., Kolb, E., Malisch, J., Rhodes, J., Garlandjr, T. 2014. Exercise training effects on hypoxic and hypercapnic ventilatory responses in mice selected for increased voluntary wheel running. Experimental Physiology 99(2):403-13.
Majdak, P., Bucko, P.J., Holloway, A.L., Bhattacharya, T.K., DeYoung, E.K., Kilby, C.N., Zombeck, J.A., and Rhodes, J.S. 2014. Behavioral and pharmacological evaluation of a selectively bred mouse model of home cage hyperactivity. Behavior Genetics 44:516-534.
Mustroph, M.L., Merritt, J.R., Holloway, A.L., Pinardo, H., Miller, D.S., Kilby, C.N., Bucko, P.J., Wyer, A., and Rhodes, J.S. 2014. Increased adult hippocampal neurogenesis is not necessary for wheel running to abolish conditioned place preference for cocaine in mice. European Journal of Neuroscience 41(2):216-26.
Yaeger, C., Ros, A.M., Cross, V., DeAngelis, R.S., Stobaugh, D.J., and Rhodes, J.S. 2014. Blockade of arginine vasotocin signaling reduces aggressive behavior and c-Fos expression in the preoptic area and periventricular nucleus of the posterior tuberculum in male Amphiprion ocellaris. Neuroscience 267:205-18.
Dabe, E.C., Majdak, P., Bhattacharya, T.K., Miller, D.S., and Rhodes, J.S. 2013. Chronic d-amphetamine administered from childhood to adulthood dose-dependently increases the survival of new neurons in the hippocampus of male C57BL/6J mice. Neuroscience 213:125-135.
Kohman, R.A., Bhattacharya, T.K., Kilby, C., Bucko, P., and Rhodes, J.S. 2013. The effects of minocycline on spatial learning, hippocampal learning and microglia in aged and adult mice. Behavioural Brain Research 242:17-24.
Rhodes, J.S. and Majdak, P. (2013). Physical activity and reward: The role of dopamine. In P. Ekkekakis (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Physical Activity and Mental Health. Routledge International Handbooks.
Clark, P.J., Bhattacharya, T.K., Miller, D.S., Kohman, R.A., DeYoung, E.K., and Rhodes, J.S. 2012. New neurons generated from running are broadly recruited into neuronal activation associated with three different hippocampus-involved tasks. Hippocampus 22(9):1860-7.
Kohman, R.A., Clark, P.J., DeYoung, E.K., Bhattacharya, T.K., Venghaus, C.E., and Rhodes, J.S. 2012. Voluntary wheel running enhances contextual but not trace fear conditioning. Behavioural Brain Research 226(1): 1-7.
Kohman, R.A., DeYoung, E.K., Bhattacharya, T.K., Peterson, L.N., and Rhodes, J.S. 2012. Wheel running attenuates microglia proliferation and increases expression of a proneurogenic phenotype in the hippocampus of aged mice. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity 26 (5): 803-810.
Mustroph, M.L., Chen, S., Desai, S.C., Cay, E.B., DeYoung, E.K., and Rhodes, J.S. 2012. Aerobic exercise is the critical variable in an enriched environment that increases hippocampal neurogenesis and water maze learning in male C57BL/6J mice. Neuroscience 219:62-71.
Bulwa, Z.B., Sharlin, J.A., Clark, P.J., Bhattacharya, T.K., Kilby, C.N., Wang, Y., and Rhodes, J.S. 2011. Increased consumption of ethanol and sugar water in mice lacking the dopamine D2 long receptor. Alcohol 45(7): 631-9.
Clark, P.J., Kohman, R.A., Miller, D.S., Bhattacharya, T.K., Brzezinska, W.J. and Rhodes, J.S. 2011. Genetics influences on exercise-induced adult-hippocampal neurogenesis across 12 divergent mouse strains. Genes, Brain, and Behavior 10(3): 345-53.
Clark, P.J., Bhattacharya, T.K., Miller, D.S., and Rhodes, J.S. 2011. Induction of c-fos, Zif268, and Arc from acute bouts of voluntary wheel running in new and pre-existing adult mouse hippocampal granule neurons. Neuroscience 184,16-27.
Mulligan, M.K., Rhodes, J.S., Crabbe, J.C., Mayfield, R.D., Harris, R.A., Ponomarev, I. 2011. Molecular profiles of drinking alcohol to intoxication in C57BL/6J mice. Alcholism-Clinical and Experimental Research 35, (4), 659-670.
Mustroph, M.L., Stobaugh, D.J., Miller, D.S., DeYoung, E.K., and Rhodes, J.S. 2011. Wheel running can accelerate or delay extinction of conditioned place preference for cocaine in male C57BL/6J mice depending on timing of wheel access. European Journal of Neuroscience 34(7): 1161-9.
Clark P.J., Kohman R.A., Miller D.S., Bhattacharya T.K., Haferkamp E.H., Rhodes J.S. 2010. Adult hippocampal neurogenesis and c-Fos induction during escalation of voluntary wheel running in C57BL/6J mice. Behavioural Brain Research 213, 246-252.
Johnson Z.V., Revis A.A., Burdick M.A., Rhodes J.S. 2010. A similar pattern of neuronal Fos activation in 10 brain regions following exposure to reward- or aversion-associated contextual cues in mice. Physiology & Behavior 99(3),414-418.
Zombeck, J.A., DeYoung, E. K., Brzezinska, W.J., Rhodes, J.S. 2010. Selective breeding for increased home cage physical activity in collaborative cross and Hsd:ICR mice. Behavior Genetics 41(4): 571-82.
Zombeck J.A., Lewicki A.D., Patel K., Gupta T., Rhodes J.S. 2010. Patterns of neural activity associated with differential acute locomotor stimulation to cocaine and methamphetamine in adolescent versus adult male C57BL/6J mice. Neuroscience 165(4), 1087-99.
Clark, P. J., Brezezinska, W. J., Puchalski, E. K., Krone, D. A., & Rhodes, J. S. 2009. Functional analysis of neurovascular adaptations to exercise in the dentate gyrus of young adult mice associated with cognitive gain. Hippocampus 19(10), 937-50.
Crabbe, J.C., Metten, P., Rhodes, J.S., Yu, C., Brown, L.L., Phillips, T.J., and Finn, D.A. 2009. A line of mice selected for high blood ethanol concentrations shows drinking in the dark to intoxication. Biological Psychiatry 65(8): 662-670.
Clark, P. J., Brzezinska, W. J., Thomas, M. W., Ryzhenko, N. A., Toshkov, S. A., & Rhodes, J. S. 2008. Intact neurogenesis is required for benefits of exercise on spatial memory but not motor performance or contextual fear conditioning in C57BL/6J mice. Neuroscience 155(4), 1048-1058.
Gupta, T., Syed, Y. M., Revis, A. A., Miller, S. A., Martinez, M., Cohn, K. A., et al. 2008. Acute effects of acamprosate and MPEP on ethanol Drinking-in-the-Dark in male C57BL/6J mice. Alcohol Clinical and Experimental Research 32(11), 1992-1998.
Zombeck J.A., Chen G., Johnson Z.V., Rosenberg D.M., Craig A.B., Rhodes J.S. 2008. Neuroanatomical specificity of conditioned responses to cocaine versus food in mice. Physiology & Behavior 93: 637-650.
Zombeck, J. A., Gupta, T., & Rhodes, J. S. 2008. Evaluation of a pharmacokinetic hypothesis for reduced locomotor stimulation from methamphetamine and cocaine in adolescent versus adult male C57BL/6J mice. Psychopharmacology (Berl), 201(4), 589-599.
Kamdar N.K., Miller S.A., Syed Y.M., Bhayana R., Gupta T., Rhodes J.S. 2007. Acute effects of Naltrexone and GBR 12909 on ethanol drinking-in-the-dark in C57BL/6J mice. Psychopharmacology 192:207-217.
Blednov Y.A., Metten P., Finn D.A., Rhodes J.S., Bergeson S.E., Harris R.A., Crabbe J.C. 2005. Hybrid C57BL/6J x FVB/NJ mice drink more alcohol than do C57BL/6J mice. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 29:1949-1958.
Swallow J.G., Rhodes J.S., Garland T., Jr. 2005. Phenotypic and evolutionary plasticity of organ masses in response to voluntary exercise in house mice. Integrative and Comparative Biology 45:426-437.
Bronikowski A.M., Rhodes J.S., Garland T., Jr., Prolla T.A., Awad T., Gammie S.C. 2004. The evolution of gene expression in mouse hippocampus in response to selective breeding for increased locomotor activity. Evolution 58:2079-2086.
Crabbe J.C., Cotnam C.J., Cameron A.J., Schlumbohm J.P., Rhodes J.S., Metten P., Wahlsten D. 2003. Strain differences in three measures of ethanol intoxication in mice: the screen, dowel, and grip strength tests. Genes, Brain and Behavior 2:201-213.
Gammie S.C., Hasen N.S., Rhodes J.S., Girard I., Garland T., Jr. 2003 Predatory aggression, but not maternal or intermale aggression, is associated with high voluntary wheel-running behavior in mice. Hormones and Behavior 44:209-221.
Johnson R.A., Rhodes J.S., Jeffrey S.L., Garland T., Jr., Mitchell G.S. 2003. Hippocampal brain-derived neurotrophic factor but not neurotrophin-3 increases more in mice selected for increased voluntary wheel running. Neuroscience 121:1-7.
Rhodes J.S., Garland T., Jr. 2003. Differential sensitivity to acute administration of Ritalin, apomorphine, SCH 23390, but not raclopride in mice selectively bred for hyperactive wheel-running behavior. Psychopharmacology 167:242-250.
Rhodes J.S., van Praag H., Jeffrey S., Girard I., Mitchell G.S., Garland T., Jr., Gage F.H. 2003. Exercise increases hippocampal neurogenesis to high levels but does not improve spatial learning in mice bred for increased voluntary wheel running. Behavioral Neuroscience 117:10061016.
Garland T., Jr., Morgan M.T., Swallow J.G., Rhodes J.S., Girard I., Belter J.G., Carter P.A. 2002. Evolution of a small-muscle polymorphism in lines of house mice selected for high activity levels. Evolution 56:1267-1275.
Girard I., Swallow J.G., Carter P.A., Koteja P., Rhodes J.S., Garland T., Jr. 2002. Maternal-care behavior and life-history traits in house mice (Mus domesticus) artificially selected for high voluntary wheel-running activity. Behavioural Processes 57:37-50.
Bronikowski A.M., Carter P.A., Swallow J.G., Girard I.A., Rhodes J.S., Garland T., Jr. 2001. Open-field behavior of house mice selectively bred for high voluntary wheel-running. Behavior Genetics 31:309-316.
Dumke C.L., Rhodes J.S., Garland T., Jr., Maslowski E., Swallow J.G., Wetter A.C., Cartee G.D. 2001. Genetic selection of mice for high voluntary wheel running: effect on skeletal muscle glucose uptake. Journal of Applied Physiology 91:1289-1297.
Girard I., McAleer M.W., Rhodes J.S., Garland T., Jr. 2001. Selection for high voluntary wheel-running increases speed and intermittency in house mice (Mus domesticus). Journal of Experimental Biology 204:4311-4320.
Rhodes J.S., Hosack G.R., Girard I., Kelley A.E., Mitchell G.S., Garland T., Jr. 2001. Differential sensitivity to acute administration of cocaine, GBR 12909, and fluoxetine in mice selectively bred for hyperactive wheel-running behavior. Psychopharmacology 158:120-131.
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