Elliott Albers
Elliott Albers
Regents Professor of Neuroscience, Georgia State University
Verified email at gsu.edu
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Neuropeptide Y: role in light-dark cycle entrainment of hamster circadian rhythms
HE Albers, CF Ferris
Neuroscience letters 50 (1-3), 163-168, 1984
5391984
Vasopressin injected into the hypothalamus triggers a stereotypic behavior in golden hamsters
CF Ferris, HE Albers, SM Wesolowski, BD Goldman, SE Luman
Science 224 (4648), 521-523, 1984
2641984
Interaction of colocalized neuropeptides: functional significance in the circadian timing system
HE Albers, SY Liou, EG Stopa, RT Zoeller
Journal of Neuroscience 11 (3), 846-851, 1991
2321991
Disruption of human circadian and cognitive regulation following a discrete hypothalamic lesion: a case study
RA Cohen, EH Albers
Neurology 41 (5), 726-729, 1991
2311991
The regulation of social recognition, social communication and aggression: vasopressin in the social behavior neural network
HE Albers
Hormones and behavior 61 (3), 283-292, 2012
2042012
Activation of NMDA receptors in the suprachiasmatic nucleus produces light-like phase shifts of the circadian clock in vivo
EM Mintz, CL Marvel, CF Gillespie, KM Price, HE Albers
Journal of Neuroscience 19 (12), 5124-5130, 1999
2011999
Avian pancreatic polypeptide phase shifts hamster circadian rhythms when microinjected into the suprachiasmatic region
HE Albers, CF Ferris, SE Leeman, BD Goldman
Science 223 (4638), 833-835, 1984
1921984
Gonadal hormones organize and modulate the circadian system of the rat
HE Albers
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 1981
1871981
Circadian rhythm of body temperature persists after suprachiasmatic lesions in the squirrel monkey
CA Fuller, R Lydic, FM Sulzman, HE Albers, B Tepper, MC Moore-Ede
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 1981
1801981
Neuropeptide Y microinjected into the suprachiasmatic region phase shifts circadian rhythms in constant darkness
KL Huhman, HE Albers
Peptides 15 (8), 1475-1478, 1994
1421994
Serotonergic regulation of circadian rhythms in Syrian hamsters
EM Mintz, CF Gillespie, CL Marvel, KL Huhman, HE Albers
Neuroscience 79 (2), 563-569, 1997
1371997
Species, sex and individual differences in the vasotocin/vasopressin system: relationship to neurochemical signaling in the social behavior neural network
HE Albers
Frontiers in neuroendocrinology 36, 49-71, 2015
1332015
Effect of reproductive state on circadian periodicity in the rat
EE Albers, AA Gerall, JF Axelson
Physiology & behavior 26 (1), 21-25, 1981
1271981
Day-night variation in prepro vasoactive intestinal peptide/peptide histidine isoleucine mRNA within the rat suprachiasmatic nucleus
HE Albers, EG Stopa, RT Zoeller, JS Kauer, JC King, JS Fink, H Mobtaker, ...
Molecular Brain Research 7 (1), 85-89, 1990
1221990
Scent marking and the maintenance of dominant/subordinate status in male golden hamsters
CF Ferris, JF Axelson, LH Shinto, HE Albers
Physiology & behavior 40 (5), 661-664, 1987
1191987
Cold exposure elevates cellular levels of messenger ribonucleic acid encoding thyrotropin-releasing hormone in paraventricular nucleus despite elevated levels of thyroid hormones
RT ZOELLER, N KABEER, HE ALBERS
Endocrinology 127 (6), 2955-2962, 1990
1161990
A V1-like receptor mediates vasopressin-induced flank marking behavior in hamster hypothalamus
HE Albers, J Pollock, WH Simmons, CF Ferris
Journal of Neuroscience 6 (7), 2085-2089, 1986
1111986
GABAA and GABAB agonists and antagonists alter the phase-shifting effects of light when microinjected into the suprachiasmatic region
CF Gillespie, EM Mintz, CL Marvel, KL Huhman, HE Albers
Brain research 759 (2), 181-189, 1997
1051997
A vasopressin antagonist can reverse dominant/subordinate behavior in hamsters
CF Ferris, DM Meenan, JF Axelson, HE Albers
Physiology & behavior 38 (1), 135-138, 1986
1021986
Effect of photoperiod on vasopressin-induced aggression in Syrian hamsters
HK Caldwell, HE Albers
Hormones and behavior 46 (4), 444-449, 2004
1002004
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