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Professor Colin Ingram
A Digital Repository and Execution Platform for Interactive Scholarly Publications in Neuroscience2016
Professor Colin Ingram
Adaptive changes in basal and stress-induced HPA activity in lactating and post-lactating female rats2013
Graciela Rocha
Dr Johnny Roughan
Dr Matthew Leach
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Professor Colin Ingram
et al.
Antinociceptive Activities of Hyptis crenata Pohl2013
Professor Colin Ingram
Acute glucocorticoid administration rapidly suppresses basal and stress-induced hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal axis activity2012
Professor Colin Ingram
Reduced stress responsiveness in pregnancy: Relationship with pattern of forebrain c-fos mRNA expression2010
Dr Sasha Gartside
Dr Vikas Kaura
Professor Colin Ingram
The neurosteroid dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) and its metabolites alter 5-HT neuronal activity via modulation of GABAA receptors2010
Dr Claire Troakes
Professor Colin Ingram
Anxiety behaviour of the male rat on the elevated plus maze: associated regional increase in c-fos mRNA expression and modulation by early maternal separation2009
Professor Colin Ingram
Fluoxetine inhibits corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF)-induced behavioural responses in rats2009
Dr Daniel Johnson
Professor Colin Ingram
Dr Sasha Gartside
Glucocorticoid receptor antagonism augments fluoxetine-induced downregulation of the 5-HT transporter2009
Gareth Minton
Professor Allan Young
Dr Richard McQuade
Graeme Fairchild
Professor Colin Ingram
et al.
Profound changes in dopaminergic neurotransmission in the prefrontal cortex in response to flattening of the diurnal glucocorticoid rhythm: implications for bipolar disorder2009
Graciela Rocha
Dr Johnny Roughan
Dr Matthew Leach
Emeritus Professor Paul Flecknell
Professor Colin Ingram
et al.
Traditional use, chemical analysis and antinociceptive effects of Hyptis crenato Pohl2009
Dr Sasha Gartside
Mel Leitch
Angela Young
Professor Colin Ingram
Denise Johnson
et al.
Glucocorticoid modulation of SSRI action2008
Dr Daniel Johnson
Professor Colin Ingram
Dr Sasha Gartside
Effects of a glucocorticoid receptor antagonist and an SSRI on 5-HT transporter binding and 5-HT1A receptor mRNA2007
Dr Daniel Johnson
Professor Colin Ingram
Dr Sasha Gartside
Glucocorticoid receptor antagonists hasten and augment neurochemical responses to a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor antidepressant2007
Professor Colin Ingram
Histamine controls food intake in sheep via H1 receptors2007
Dr Vikas Kaura
Professor Colin Ingram
Dr Sasha Gartside
Professor Allan Young
Dr Sarah Judge
et al.
The progesterone metabolite allopregnanolone potentiates GABAA receptor-mediated inhibition of 5-HT neuronal activity2007
Dr Daniel Johnson
Dr Sasha Gartside
Professor Colin Ingram
Effects of concurrent glucocorticoid receptor blockade using Org34850 on the neurochemical actions of fluoxetine: indications for adjunct therapeutic potential2006
Professor Colin Ingram
Gonadal steroid modulation of stress-induced hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal activity and anxiety behavior: Role of central oxytocin2006
Dr Claire Troakes
Professor Colin Ingram
Anxiety behaviour on the elevated plus maze: associated regional increase in c-fos mRNA expression and modulation by early maternal separation2005
Dr Claire Troakes
Professor Colin Ingram
c-fos mRNA expression within the rat brain after exposure to the elevated plus maze: effect of prior treatment with anxiogenic and anxiolytic drugs2005
Professor Colin Ingram
Chapter 4.11 Pathways and transmitter interactions mediating an integrated stress response2005
Professor Colin Ingram
Differential excitatory responses to oxytocin in sub-divisions of the bed nuclei of the stria terminalis2005
Professor Colin Ingram
Philip Berry
Dr John Ingram
Differential expression of GABA-A receptor sub-unit and glutamic acid decarboxylase (GAD) mRNAs in the forebrain of Fischer and Lewis rats2005
Dr Sarah Judge
Professor Colin Ingram
Dr Sasha Gartside
Glucocorticoids and the receptor regulation of 5-HT neuronal activity2005
Professor Colin Ingram
Oxytocin-induced excitation of neurones in the rat central and medial amygdaloid nuclei2005
Dr Varun Kaura
Professor Colin Ingram
Dr Sasha Gartside
Professor Allan Young
Dr Sarah Judge
et al.
Acute administration of the progesterone metabolite allopregnanolone enhances GABA(A) receptor modulation of 5-HT neuronal activity2004
Dr Sarah Judge
Professor Colin Ingram
Dr Sasha Gartside
GABA receptor modulation of 5-HT neuronal firing and its sensitivity to circulating corticosterone2004
Dr Sarah Judge
Professor Colin Ingram
Dr Sasha Gartside
GABA receptor modulation of 5-HT neuronal firing in the dorsal raphe nucleus and its sensitivity to moderate variations in corticosterone levels2004
Dr Sarah Judge
Professor Colin Ingram
Dr Sasha Gartside
GABA receptor modulation of 5-HT neuronal firing: characterization and effect of moderate in vivo variations in glucocorticoid levels2004
Professor Colin Ingram
Gonadectomy reverses the sexually diergic patterns of circadian and stress-induced hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis activity in male and female rats2004
Dr Sarah Judge
Professor Colin Ingram
Dr Sasha Gartside
Moderate differences in circulating corticosterone alter receptor-mediated regulation of 5-hydroxytryptamine neuronal activity2004
Professor Colin Ingram
Oxytocin Attenuates Stress-Induced c-fos mRNA Expression in Specific Forebrain Regions Associated with Modulation of Hypothalamo-Pituitary-Adrenal Activity2004
Graeme Fairchild
Mel Leitch
Professor Colin Ingram
Acute and chronic effects of corticosterone on 5-HT1A receptor-mediated autoinhibition in the rat dorsal raphe nucleus2003
Professor Colin Ingram
Anatomical and functional evidence for a stress-responsive, monoamine-accumulating area in the dorsomedial hypothalamus of adult rat brain2003
Dr Sarah Judge
Professor Colin Ingram
Dr Sasha Gartside
Changes in glucocorticoid levels within the diurnal range alter alpha(1)-adrenoceptor and 5-HT1A receptor modulation of 5-HT neuronal firing2003
Professor Colin Ingram
Dr Sasha Gartside
Mel Leitch
Graeme Fairchild
Chronic corticosterone attenuates 5-HT1A-mediated but not GABA-mediated inhibition of rat dorsal raphe neurones2003
Professor Colin Ingram
Convergent effects of oxytocin and a δ-opioid agonist in the bed nuclei of the stria terminalis of the peripartum rat2003
Graeme Fairchild
Mel Leitch
Dr Sasha Gartside
Professor Colin Ingram
Corticosterone administration selectively alters 5-HT1A receptor function in the rat dorsal raphe nucleus2003
Dr Sasha Gartside
Dr Daniel Johnson
Mel Leitch
Dr Claire Troakes
Professor Colin Ingram
et al.
Early life adversity programs changes in central 5-HT neuronal function in adulthood2003
Professor Colin Ingram
Effects of environmental manipulations on CRF system activity2003
Mel Leitch
Professor Colin Ingram
Professor Allan Young
Dr Richard McQuade
Dr Sasha Gartside
et al.
Flattening the corticosterone rhythm attenuates 5-HT1A autoreceptor function in the rat: relevance for depression2003
Denise Johnson
Dr Sarah Judge
Dr Sasha Gartside
Professor Colin Ingram
The effects of dopamine on dorsal raphe 5-HT neuronal firing: In vitro electrophysiological studies2003
Dr Claire Troakes
Dr Sasha Gartside
Mel Leitch
Professor Colin Ingram
The effects of early life adversity on 5-HT1A receptor binding in the rat brain2003
Dr Sasha Gartside
Mel Leitch
Dr Daniel Johnson
Professor Colin Ingram
Early life adversity and 5-HT neuronal function in adulthood2002
Deborah Johnson
Professor Colin Ingram
Dr Sasha Gartside
Early life adversity programmes changes in regulators of central 5-HT neuronal firing in adulthood2002
Dr Daniel Johnson
Dr Sasha Gartside
Professor Colin Ingram
Evidence that 5-HT1A receptor-mediated autoinhibition does not function at physiological firing rates2002
Graeme Fairchild
Mel Leitch
Professor Colin Ingram
G protein-linked inwardly rectifying K+ channel (GIRK) mRNA expression in the rat dorsal raphe nucleus: Distribution and effect of chronic corticosterone2002
Professor Colin Ingram
Gender and gonadal steroids: Influence on HPA activity and emotional neuroactivity [abstract]2002
Professor Colin Ingram
Habituation and cross-sensitization of stress-induced hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal activity: effect of lesions in the paraventricular nucleus of the thalamus or bed nuclei of the stria terminalis2002
Professor Colin Ingram
Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal function2002
Professor Colin Ingram
New genomic avenues in behavioural neuroendocrinology2002
Professor Colin Ingram
The neuroendocrine-behaviour interface in the post-genome era2002
Professor Colin Ingram
Brain preparations for maternity - Adaptive changes in behavioral and neuroendocrine systems during pregnancy and lactation. An overview2001
Professor Colin Ingram
Chapter 8 Peripartum plasticity within the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal axis2001
Professor Colin Ingram
Hypothalamic and amygdaloid corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) and CRH receptor-1 mRNA expression in the stress-hyporesponsive late pregnant and early lactating rat2001
Professor Colin Ingram
Increased corticosterone pulse frequency during adjuvant-induced arthritis and its relationship to alterations in stress responsiveness2001
Professor Colin Ingram
Lack of effect of protein deprivation-induced intrauterine growth retardation on behavior and corticosterone and growth hormone secretion in adult male rats: a long-term follow-up study2001
Professor Colin Ingram
The maternal brain: Neurobiological and neuroendocrine adaptation and disorders in pregnancy and post partum. [Preface]2001
Professor Colin Ingram
Chronic iodine deprivation attenuates stress-induced and diurnal variation in corticosterone secretion in female Wistar rats2000
Professor Colin Ingram
Corticotropin-releasing factor increases in vitro firing rates of serotonergic neurons in the rat dorsal raphe nucleus: Evidence for activation of a topographically organized mesolimbocortical serotonergic system2000
Professor Colin Ingram
Early-life exposure to endotoxin alters hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal function and predisposition to inflammation2000
Professor Colin Ingram
Significance of pulsatility in the HPA axis2000
Professor Colin Ingram
Chronic treatment with oestradiol does not alter in vitro LTP in subfield CA1 of the female rat hippocampus1999
Professor Colin Ingram
Differential effects of psychological and immunological challenge on the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal axis function in adjuvant-induced arthritis1999
Professor Colin Ingram
Effect of gonadal steroids on the oxytocin-induced excitation of neurons in the bed nuclei of the stria terminalis at parturition in the rat1999
Professor Colin Ingram
Hypothalamo-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis Responses to Lipopolysaccharide in Male and Female Rats with Adjuvant-Induced Arthritis1999