Biotechnology Publications

  • Zemp, J.W., Middaugh L.D., Grover T.A., and Simpson, L.W. (1978). Prenatal maternal phenobarbital reduces conversation of tyrosine to catecholamines in brains of young offspring. Society For Neuroscience Abstracts, 4, 437.
  • Tolbert, L.C., Simpson, L.W., Thomas, T.N., and Zemp, J.W. (1979). Ascorbate affects conversation of tyrosine to dopamine in mouse brain. Transactions of the American Society of Neurochemistry, 10, 184.
  • Simpson, L.W. (1979). Functional differences in brain catecholamine systems of DBA and C57 mice. Transactions of the American Society of Neurochemistry, 10, 185.
  • Middaugh, L.D. and Simpson, L.W. (1979). Methadone effects on two types of behavior; relation to catecholamines. Society For Neuroscience Abstracts, 5, 2238.
  • Zemp, J.W., Platt, G., Simpson, L.W., Thomas, T.N., and Middaugh, L.D. (1980). Neonatal corticosterone affects behavior, corticosterone and serotonin. Transactions of the American Society of Neurochemistry, 11, 267.
  • Middaugh, L.D. and Simpson, L.W. (1980). Prenatal maternal methadone effects on pregnant C57/BL6J mice and their offspring. Neurobehavioral Toxicology, 2, 307-313.
  • Middaugh, L.W., Simpson, L.W., Thomas, T.N., and Zemp, J.W. (1980). Effects of prenatal exposure to methadone on reaction to methadone and environmental stimuli. Society For Neuroscience Abstracts, 6, 312.
  • Middaugh, L.D., Thomas, T.N., Simpson, L.W., and Zemp, J.W. (1981). Effects of prenatal maternal injections of phenobarbital on brain neurotransmitters and behavior of C57/BL6J mice. Neurobehavioral Toxicology and Teratology, 3, 271-275.
  • Middaugh, L.D. Simpson, L.W., and Zemp, J.W. (1981). Prenatal maternal phenobarbital increases reactivity and retards habituation of mature offspring to environmental stimuli. Psycopharmacology, 74, 349-352.
  • Middaugh, L.D., Simpson, L.W., and Zemp, J.W. (1983). Reaction of mature mice to phenobarbital after in utero exposure. Teratology 27, 2.

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