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John Valenta

  • M.S.
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Research Interests

Addiction Reward Behavioral Neuroscience Alcohol Opioids Dopamine Behavioral Pharmacology Neurobiology and Brain Physiology Neuropharmacology Stereotaxic Surgery Neurochemistry Immunohistochemistry Rat Handling Microdialysis Conditioned Place Preference P

About

I investigate which brain mechanisms motivate alcohol drinking and the transition from healthy to unhealthy drinking behavior, with the goal of developing new treatment options for alcoholics. I am currently working on a project that will test the ability of the brain’s immune system to regulate alcohol consumption. University of Texas Psychology http://www.utexas.edu/cola/depts/psychology/graduate/profile.php?id=jv9596 Google+ https://plus.google.com/+JohnValentaPHD Google Scholar http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=btzz0SoAAAAJ LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/johnvalenta ResearchGate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/John_Valenta/ Fronteirs http://community.frontiersin.org/people/JohnValenta/130967 Facebook https://www.facebook.com/john.valenta

Publications

Μ-opioid receptors in the stimulation of mesolimbic dopamine activity by ethanol and morphine in Long-Evans rats: a delayed effect of ethanol.

  • Valenta J
  • Job M
  • Mangieri R
  • Schier C
  • Howard E
  • Gonzales R
Psychopharmacology (2013)
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Effects of the adenosine A 2A antagonist KW 6002 (istradefylline) on pimozide-induced oral tremor and striatal c-Fos expression: comparisons with the muscarinic antagonist tropicamide.

  • Betz A
  • Vontell R
  • Valenta J
  • Worden L
  • Sink K
  • Font L
  • Correa M
  • Sager T
  • Salamone J
Neuroscience (2009)
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Injections of the selective adenosine A2A antagonist MSX-3 into the nucleus accumbens core attenuate the locomotor suppression induced by haloperidol in rats.

  • Ishiwari K
  • Madson L
  • Farrar A
  • Mingote S
  • Valenta J
  • DiGianvittorio M
  • Frank L
  • Correa M
  • Hockemeyer J
  • Müller C
  • Salamone J
Behavioural brain research (2007)
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