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John E. Pintar, PhD

Publications since 2011

Cominski, T. P. Ansonoff, M. A. Turchin, C. E. Pintar, J. E. Loss of the mu opioid receptor induces strain specific alterations in hippocampal neurogenesis and spatial learning. Neuroscience, 278:11-19, . (PMID: 25086317)

Grinnell, S. G. Majumdar, S. Narayan, A. Le Rouzic, V. Ansonoff, M. Pintar, J. E. Pasternak, G. W. Pharmacologic Characterization in the Rat of a Potent Analgesic Lacking Respiratory Depression, IBNtxA. J Pharmacol Exp Ther, 350:710-718, . (PMID: 24970924, PMCID: PMC4152881)

Witkin, J. M. Statnick, M. A. Rorick-Kehn, L. M. Pintar, J. E. Ansonoff, M. Chen, Y. Tucker, R. C. Ciccocioppo, R. The biology of Nociceptin/Orphanin FQ (N/OFQ) related to obesity, stress, anxiety, mood, and drug dependence. Pharmacol Ther, 141:283-299, . (PMID: 24189487)

Ziegler, A. N. Schneider, J. S. Qin, M. Tyler, W. A. Pintar, J. E. Fraidenraich, D. Wood, T. L. Levison, S. W. IGF-II promotes stemness of neural restricted precursors. Stem Cells, 30:1265-1276, . (PMID: 22593020)

Cominski, T. P. Turchin, C. E. Hsu, M. S. Ansonoff, M. A. Pintar, J. E. Loss of the mu opioid receptor on different genetic backgrounds leads to increased bromodeoxyuridine labeling in the dentate gyrus only after repeated injection. Neuroscience, 206:49-59, . (PMID: 22280973)