Kristin Gosselink, PhD

Affiliations: 
Biological Sciences University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX, United States 
Area:
neuroendocrinology, neuroanatomy, stress, hypertension, drug abuse
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Jameel Hamdan grad student 2011- UT El Paso (Neurotree)
Jaidee K. Zavala grad student 2011 UT El Paso (Neurotree)
Christina D'Arcy grad student 2015 UT El Paso (Neurotree)
Kristina I. Barron grad student 2012-2015 University of Texas ElPaso (Neurotree)
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Grigoruta M, Chavez-Solano M, Varela-Ramirez A, et al. (2020) Maternal separation induces retinal and peripheral blood mononuclear cell alterations across the lifespan of female rats. Brain Research. 1749: 147117
Sierra-Fonseca JA, Gosselink KL. (2018) Tauopathy and neurodegeneration: A role for stress. Neurobiology of Stress. 9: 105-112
Flores IE, Sierra-Fonseca JA, Davalos O, et al. (2017) Stress alters the expression of cancer-related genes in the prostate. Bmc Cancer. 17: 621
D'Arcy C, Luevano JE, Miranda-Arango M, et al. (2015) Extended access to methamphetamine self-administration up-regulates dopamine transporter levels 72hours after withdrawal in rats. Behavioural Brain Research. 296: 125-128
Mejia-Carmona GE, Gosselink KL, Pérez-Ishiwara G, et al. (2015) Oxidant/antioxidant effects of chronic exposure to predator odor in prefrontal cortex, amygdala, and hypothalamus. Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry. 406: 121-9
Mejia-Carmona GE, Gosselink KL, de la Rosa LA, et al. (2014) Evaluation of antioxidant enzymes in response to predator odor stress in prefrontal cortex and amygdala Neurochemical Journal. 8: 125-128
Dayangac A, Gosselink KL, Yilmaz O. (2012) Fasting and postprandial conditions affect both fatty acids and lipid compositions in the hypothalamus and fat-soluble vitamins in the serum of male rats Animal Biology. 62: 157-169
Gosselink KL. (2011) Online mentoring through MentorNet.net. The Physiologist. 54: 191-2
Zavala JK, Fernandez AA, Gosselink KL. (2011) Female responses to acute and repeated restraint stress differ from those in males. Physiology & Behavior. 104: 215-21
Chagra SL, Zavala JK, Hall MV, et al. (2011) Acute and repeated restraint differentially activate orexigenic pathways in the rat hypothalamus. Regulatory Peptides. 167: 70-8
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