Dunn, A. J. Protein synthesis in rat brain. Ph. D. Thesis, University of Cambridge, 1968 icon

Dunn, A. J. Protein synthesis in rat brain. Ph. D. Thesis, University of Cambridge, 1968


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DISSERTATION

Dunn, A.J. Protein synthesis in rat brain. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Cambridge, 1968.

BOOKS

Dunn, A.J. and Bondy, S.C. Functional Chemistry of the Brain. New York: Spectrum Publications, Inc., pp. 1-272 (1974).

Reprinted with minor corrections 1978.

Nemeroff, C.B. and Dunn, A.J., Eds. Peptides, Hormones and Behavior: Molecular and Behavioral Neuroendocrinology. New York: Spectrum Publications, Inc., (1984)

BOOK CHAPTERS and REVIEWS

Dunn, A.J., Entingh, D., Entingh, T., Gispen, W.H., Machlus, B., Perumal, R., Rees, H.D. and Brogan, L. Biochemical correlates of brief behavioral experiences. In: The Neurosciences, Third Study Program (Ed: F.O. Schmitt and F.G. Worden). Cambridge, Mass.: M.I.T. Press, pp. 679-684 (1974).

Dunn, A.J., Giuditta, A., Wilson, J.E. and Glassman, E. The effect of electroshock on brain RNA and protein synthesis and its possible relationship to behavioral effects. In: ^ The Psychobiology of Convulsive Therapy (Ed: M. Fink, J. McGaugh, A. Kety, and T.A. Williams). Washington, D.C.: V.H. Winston and Sons, pp. 185-197 (1974).

Entingh, D., Dunn, A.J., Glassman, E., Wilson, J.E., Hogan, E. and Damstra, T. Biochemical approaches to the biological basis of memory. In: Handbook of Psychobiology (Ed: M.S. Gazzaniga and C. Blakemore). New York: Academic Press, pp. 201-238 (1975).

Dunn, A.J. The chemistry of learning and the formation of memory. In: ^ Molecular and Functional Neurobiology (Ed: W.H. Gispen). Amsterdam: Elsevier Publications, pp. 347-387 (1976).

Dunn, A.J. Biochemical correlates of training experiences: a discussion of the evidence. In: Neural Mechanisms of Learning and Memory (Ed: M. Rosenzweig and E.L. Bennett). Boston: M.I.T. Press, pp. 311-320 (1976).

Dunn, A.J. and Rees, H.D. Brain RNA and protein synthesis during training: the interpretation of changes of precursor incorporation. In: ^ The Neurobiology of Sleep and Memory (Ed: J.L. McGaugh and R.R. Drucker-Colin). New York: Academic Press, pp. 33-55 (1977).

Dunn, A.J. Measurement of the rate of brain protein synthesis. In: Mechanisms, Regulation and Special Functions of Protein Synthesis in the Brain (Ed: A. Lajtha, S. Roberts and W.H. Gispen). Amsterdam: Elsevier Publications, pp. 97-105 (1977).

Dunn, A.J., Kramarcy, N.R. and Delanoy, R.L. Hormonal involvement in footshock-induced changes in catecholamine synthesis in brain slices. In: ^ Function and Regulation of Monoamine Enzymes (Ed: E. Usdin, N. Weiner and M.B.H. Youdim). London: MacMillan, pp. 297-305 (1981).

Dunn, A.J. Macromolecules and Behavior. In: Molecular Approaches to Neurobiology (Ed. I.R. Brown). New York: Academic Press, pp. 317-340 (1982).

Dunn, A.J., Rees, H.D., Iuvone, P.M., Delanoy, R.L. and Kramarcy, N.R. Neurochemical effects of behaviorally active peptides: ACTH and vasopressin. In: ^ Neuronal Plasticity and Memory Formation (Ed: C. Ajmone Marsan and H. Matthies). New York: Raven Press, pp. 113-122 (1982).

Dunn, A.J., Rees, H.D., Iuvone, P.M., Delanoy, R.L. and Kramarcy, N.R. Neurochemical correlates of behavioral effects of ACTH and vasopressin. In: Psychophysiology: Memory, Motivation and Event-related Potentials in Mental Operations (Ed: R. Sinz and M. R. Rosenzweig). Berlin: Gustav Fischer, pp. 53-60 (1983).

Dunn, A.J. Effects of ACTH, -lipotropin and related peptides on the central nervous system. In: ^ Peptides, Hormones and Behavior: Molecular and Behavioral Neuroendocrinology (Ed: C.B. Nemeroff and A.J. Dunn). New York: Spectrum Publications, pp. 273-348 (1984).

Dunn, A.J. and Kramarcy, N.R. Neurochemical responses in stress: relationships between the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal and catecholamine systems. In: ^ Handbook of Psychopharmacology (Ed: L.L. Iversen, S.D. Iversen and S. H. Snyder), vol. 18. New York: Plenum Press, pp. 455-515 (1984).

Dunn, A.J. Whatever happened to the engram? In: Neurobiology of Learning and Memory (Ed: G. Lynch, J.L. McGaugh, and N.M. Weinberger). New York: Guilford Press, pp. 359-362 (1984).

Dunn, A.J. and Schotman, P. Effects of ACTH and related peptides on cerebral RNA and protein synthesis. In: ^ Neuropeptides and Behavior, Volume 1: CNS Effects of ACTH, MSH and Opioid Peptides, (Ed: D. De Wied, W.H. Gispen, and Tj.B. van Wimersma Greidanus). International Encyclopedia of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Section 117, Oxford: Pergamon Press, pp. 165-187 (1986).

Dunn, A.J. Biochemical correlates of learning and memory. In: ^ Learning and Memory: A Biological View (Ed: J.L. Martinez and R.P. Kesner). New York: Academic Press, pp. 165-201 (1986).

Dunn, A.J., Elfvin, K.L. and Berridge, C.W. Changes in cerebral biogenic amine metabolism during passive avoidance behaviour in mice. In: Learning and Memory: Mechanisms of Information Storage in the Nervous System (Ed: H. Matthies), Oxford: Pergamon Press, pp. 315-324 (1986).

Dunn, A.J. and Berridge, C.W. Behavioral tests - their interpretation and significance in the study of peptide action. In: ^ Neuromethods, Volume 6 Peptides, (Ed. A.A. Boulton, B.B. Baker and Q.J. Pittman), Clifton, NJ: Humana Press, 299-347 (1987).

Dunn, A.J., Moreshead, W.V. and Powell, M.L. Responses of cerebral catecholamines and indoleamines to various stressors including injection with Newcastle disease virus. In: ^ Synaptic Transmitters and Receptors, (Ed: S. Tucek), Prague: Acadamia. pp. 341-344 (1987).

Dunn, A.J. Nervous system-immune system interactions: an overview. Journal of Receptor Research 8: 589-607 (1988).

Berridge, C.W. and Dunn, A.J. Norepinephrine-stimulated CRF release mediates stress-induced changes in exploratory behavior. In: ^ Molecular Biology of Stress, UCLA Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology, New Series, Vol 97 (Ed: S. Bresnitz and O. Zinder), New York: Alan R. Liss, pp. 57-66 (1989).

Dunn, A.J. CRF as a mediator of stress responses: Neurochemical and behavioral aspects. In: Stress and Digestive Motility (Ed: L. Buéno and S. Collins) Paris: John Libbey, pp. 13-22 (1989).

Dunn, A.J. Changes in cerebral dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin metabolism during stress and following CRF administration. In: ^ Stress: Neurochemical and Humoral Mechanisms (Ed: G.R. Van Loon, R. Kvetnansky, R. McCarty and J. Axelrod) New York: Gordon & Breach, pp. 79-97 (1989).

Dunn, A.J. and Berridge, C.W. Corticotropin-releasing factor as the mediator of stress responses. In: Psychobiology of Stress (Ed: S. Puglisi-Allegra and A. Oliverio) Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, pp. 81-93 (1990).

Dunn, A.J. A review of nervous system - immune system interactions. In: ^ Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Neuronal Response to Damage (Ed. Rao, B.S.S.R. and Bondy, S.C.) National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences, Bangalore, India, pp. 1-11 (1990).

Dunn, A.J. The role of corticotropin-releasing factor in stress responses. In: Signal Molecules and Behaviour (Ed. W. Winlow, O.S. Vinogradova and D.A. Sakharov) Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 151-166 (1991).

Dunn, A.J., Meyer, E.M. and Kalivas, P.W. Hormonal regulation of neurotransmitter release. In: ^ Presynaptic regulation of Neurotransmitter Release: A Handbook, (Ed. J. Feigenbaum), Freund Publishing House, Ltd., Tel Aviv, Israel, pp. 1333-1356 (1991).

Dunn, A.J. Infection as a stressor: a cytokine-mediated activation of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis? Corticotropin-releasing factor. Ciba Foundation Symposium 172: 226-242 (1993).

Dunn, A.J. Neurochemical methods for evaluating cerebral biogenic amine responses to cytokines and their involvement in the central actions of interleukin-1. In: ^ Methods in Neurosciences Volume 17 Part B Neurobiology of Cytokines (Ed: E. B. De Souza) Academic Press, Inc., San Diego, pp. 209-222 (1993).

Arendash, G.W., Sengstock, G.J., Olanow, C.W., Barone, Jr., S. and Dunn, A.J. Intranigral iron infusion as a model for Parkinson’s Disease. In: ^ Toxin-Induced Models of Neurological Disorders, (Ed. A. Nonneman and M. Woodruff), Plenum Publishing Corporation, New York, pp. 175-212 (1994).

Dunn, A.J. Psychoneuroimmunology: introduction and general perspectives. In: Stress, the Immune System and Psychiatry, (Ed: B.E. Leonard and K. Miller) John Wiley and Sons, Ltd, Chichester, England, pp. 1-16 (1995).

Dunn, A.J. Interactions between the nervous system and the immune system: implications for psychopharmacology. In: ^ Psychopharmacology: The Fourth Generation of Progress, (Ed: F.E. Bloom and D.J. Kupfer) Raven Press, New York, pp. 719-731 (1995).

Dunn, A.J. Psychoneuroimmunology, Stress and Infection. In: Psychoneuroimmunology, Stress and Infection, (Ed: H. Friedman, T.W. Klein and A.L. Friedman) CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, pp. 25-46 (1996).

Dunn, A.J. and Hall, N.R.S. Biogenic amines and the immune system. In: ^ Physiology and Immunity (Ed. J. A. Marsh and M.D. Kendall) CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, pp. 145-156 (1996).

Dunn, A.J. Infection as a stressor: the role of cytokines. In: New Frontiers in Stress Research: Modulation of Brain Function. (Ed: A. Levy, E. Grauer, D. Ben-Nathan and R. de Kloet) Harwood Academic Publishers, Amsterdam, Netherlands, pp. 195-202 (1998).

Dunn, A.J., Wang, J-P and Ando, T. Effects of cytokines on central neurotransmission. Comparison with the effects of stress. In: ^ Cytokines, Stress and Depression (Ed. R. Dantzer, E.E. Wollman and R. Yirmiya) New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 461: 117-127 (1999).

Dunn, A.J. Cytokine effects on neurotransmission. In: The Brain and the Immune System, (Ed. A. Galoyan), Press, Moscow, 1999.

Dunn, A.J. Effects of cytokines and infections on brain neurochemistry. In: ^ Psychoneuroimmunology, Third Edition. (Ed: R. Ader, D.L. Felten and N. Cohen), Academic Press, New York, pp. 649-666 (2001).

Dunn, A.J. and Swiergiel, A.H. Cytokines and stress: neurochemistry, endocrinology and behavior. In: Stress: Neural, Endocrine and Molecular Studies, (Ed. R. McCarty, G. Aguilera, E. Sabban and R. Kvetñansky) Taylor & Francis, London, UK, pp.163-166 (2002).

Dunn, A.J. Mechanisms by which cytokines signal the brain. In: ^ Neurobiology of the Immune System International Review of Neurobiology Vol. 52 (Ed. A. Clow and F. Hucklebridge), Academic Press, Elsevier, USA pp.43-65 (2002).

Dunn, A.J. Effects of cytokines on cerebral neurotransmission and potential relationships to function. In: Cytokines and Mental Health (Ed. Z. Kronfol), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Mass, pp. 55-83, (2003).

Dunn, A.J. Ando, T, Brown, R. F. and Berg, R. D. HPA axis activation and neurochemical responses to bacterial translocation from the gastrointestinal tract. In: Neuroendocrine and Neural Regulation of Autoimmune and Inflammatory Disease: Molecular, Systems, and clinical Insights, (Ed. E. Sternberg, F.G. Haour, and C. C. Smith) Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 992: 21-29 (2003).

Cleeland, C.S., Bennett, G.J., Dantzer, R., Dougherty, P.M., Dunn, A.J., Meyers, C.A., Miller, A.H., Payne, R., Reuben, J.M., Wang, X.S. and Lee, B.-N. Are the symptoms of cancer and cancer treatment due to a shared biologic mechanism? A cytokine-immunologic model of cancer symptoms. Cancer 97: 2919-2925 (2003).

Dunn, A.J. and Scarborough, D.E. Cytokines and anterior pituitary function. In: ^ Encyclopedia of Hormones (Ed. H.L. Henry and A.W. Norman), Elsevier, San Diego. CA., pp. 362-371 (2003).

Lee, B-N, Dantzer, R., Langley, K.E., Bennett, G.J., Dougherty, P.M., Dunn, A.J., Meyers, C.A., Miller, A.H., Payne, R., Reuben, J.M., Wang, X.S. and Cleeland, C.S. A cytokine-based neuroimmunologic model of cancer-related symptoms. Neuroimmunomodulation, in press.

Larson, S.J. and Dunn, A.J. Behavioral mechanisms for defense against pathogens. In: ^ Neuroimmune Biology Vol. 7 Natural Immunity (Ed. I. Berczi and A. Sventivanyi), Elsevier, USA, in press.

Dunn, A.J. Cytokine activation of the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal axis. Handbook of Stress, and the Brain (Ed. T. Steckler and N. Kalin), Elsevier, in press.

de Beaurepaire, R., Swiergiel, A.H. and Dunn, A.J. Neuroimmune mediators: Are cytokines mediators of depression. In: ^ Biology of Depression (Ed. J. Licinio and M-L. Wong), Wiley, Weinheim, in press.

Dunn, A.J., Swiergiel, A.H. and de Beaurepaire, R. Cytokines as mediators of depression; what we can learn from animals studies. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. in press.

Larson, S. J. and Dunn, A. J. Cytokines and behavior: a review. In preparation.


^ PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES IN SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS

Mohan, J., Dunn, A.J. and Casola, L. Ribosomal DNA in the rat. Nature 223: 295-296 (1968).

Dunn, A.J. The limiting factors of a cell-free protein-synthesizing system from rat brain. Biochemical Journal 116: 135-145 (1970).

Dunn, A.J. The effects of sulfhydryl reagents on rat liver ribosomes and polyribosomes. ^ Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 136: 203-211 (1971).

Dunn, A.J. and Giuditta, A. A long-term effect of electroconvulsive shock on the metabolism of glucose in mouse brain. Brain Research 27: 418-421 (1971).

Dunn, A.J., Giuditta, A. and Pagliuca, N. The effect of electroconvulsive shock on protein synthesis in mouse brain. ^ Journal of Neurochemistry 18: 2093-2099 (1971).

Dunn, A.J. Interference of tissue solubilizers with liquid scintillation counting fluors. International Journal of Applied Radiation and Isotopes 22: 212 (1971).

Dunn, A.J. Use of cetyl trimethylammonium bromide for estimation of the in vivo incorporation of radioactive precursors into RNA. Analytical Biochemistry 41: 460-465 (1971).

Dunn, A.J. Brain protein synthesis after electroshock. Brain Research 35: 254-259 (1971).

Dunn, A.J. The dependence of brain ATP content on cerebral electroshock current. ^ Brain Research 61: 442-445 (1973).

Rees, H.D., Brogan, L.L., Entingh, D.J., Dunn, A.J., Shinkman, P.G., Damstra-Entingh, T., Wilson, J.E. and Glassman, E. Effect of sensory stimulation on the uptake and incorporation of radioactive lysine into protein of mouse brain and liver. Brain Research 68: 143-156 (1974).

Entingh, D., Damstra-Entingh, T., Dunn, A.J., Wilson, J.E. and Glassman, E. Brain uridine monophosphate: reduced incorporation of uridine during avoidance learning. ^ Brain Research 70: 131-138 (1974).

Davis, S.D. and Dunn, A.J. Adenine nucleotide content of rat and mouse brain following electric footshock. Brain Research 73: 171-174 (1974).

Dunn, A.J. Brain ganglioside preparation: phosphotungstic acid precipitation as an alternative to dialysis. ^ Journal of Neurochemistry 23: 293-295 (1974).

Harris, R.A., Dunn, A.J. and Harris, L.S. Effect of acute and chronic morphine administration on the incorporation of (3H)-lysine into mouse brain and liver proteins. Research Communications in Chemical Pathology and Pharmacology 9: 299-306 (1974).

Harris, R.A., Harris, L.S. and Dunn, A.J. Effect of narcotic drugs on RNA and nucleotide metabolism in mouse brain. ^ Journal Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 192: 280-287 (1975).

Dunn, A.J. and Hogan, E.L. Brain gangliosides: increased incorporation of [1 3H]glucosamine during training. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 3: 605-612 (1975).

Dunn, A.J. Intracerebral injections inhibit amino acid incorporation into brain protein. ^ Brain Research 99: 405-409 (1975).

Dunn, A.J. and Bergert, B.J. Effects of electroconvulsive shock and cycloheximide on the incorporation of amino acids into proteins of mouse brain subcellular fractions. Journal of Neurochemistry 26: 369-375 (1976).

Lanier, L.P., Dunn, A.J. and Van Hartesveldt, C. Development of neurotransmitters and their function in brain. In: ^ Reviews of Neuroscience (S. Ehrenpreis and I.J. Kopin, eds.), Vol. 2, pp. 195-256. New York: Raven Press (1976).

Isaacson, R.L., Dunn, A.J., Rees, H.D. and Waldock, B. ACTH4-10 and improved use of information in rats. Physiological Psychology 4: 159-162 (1976).

Rees, H.D., Dunn, A.J. and Iuvone, P.M. Behavioral and biochemical responses of mice to the intraventricular administration of ACTH analogs and lysine vasopressin. ^ Life Sciences 18: 1333-1339 (1976).

Dunn, A.J., Iuvone, P.M. and Rees, H.D. Neurochemical responses of mice to ACTH and lysine vasopressin. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior. 5, Suppl. 1: 139-145 (1976).

Rees, H.D. and Dunn, A.J. The role of the pituitary-adrenal system in the footshock-induced increase of [3H]lysine incorporation into mouse brain and liver proteins. ^ Brain Research 120: 317-325 (1977).

Iuvone, P.M., Morasco, J. and Dunn, A.J. Effect of corticosterone on the synthesis of [3H]catecholamines in the brains of CD-1 mice. Brain Research 120: 571-576 (1977).

Dunn, A.J., Gray, H.D. and Iuvone, P.M. Protein synthesis and amnesia: studies with emetine and pactamycin. ^ Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 6: 1-4 (1977).

Dunn, A.J. and Leibmann, S. The amnestic effect of protein synthesis inhibitors is not due to the inhibition of adrenal corticosteroidogenesis. Behavioral Biology 19: 411-416 (1977).

Isaacson, R.L., Street, W.J., Petit, T.L. and Dunn, A.J. Neonatal treatment with 6-OH-DA affects brain NE content but not behavior. Physiological Psychology 5: 49-52 (1977).

Isaacson, R.L., Fish, B.S., Lanier, L.P. and Dunn, A.J. Serotonin reduction early in life and its effects on behavior. ^ Life Sciences 21: 213-222 (1977).

Dunn, A.J. and Gispen, W.H. How ACTH acts on the brain. Biobehavioral Reviews 1: 15-23 (1977).

Rees, H.D., Entingh, D.J. and Dunn, A.J. Stimulation increases incorporation of [3H]lysine into rat brain and liver proteins. ^ Brain Research Bulletin 2: 243-245 (1977).

Dunn, A.J. The biochemical basis of memory. Biomedicine 26: 229-231 (1977).

Iuvone, P.M., Boast, C.A., Gray, H.E. and Dunn, A.J. Pentylenetetrazol: inhibitory avoidance behavior, brain seizure activity and [3H]lysine incorporation into brain proteins of different mouse strains. Behavioral Biology 21: 236-250 (1977).

Iuvone, P.M., Morasco, J., Delanoy, R.L. and Dunn, A.J. Peptides and the conversion of [3H]tyrosine to catecholamines: effects of ACTH-analogs melanocyte-stimulating hormones and lysine-vasopressin. ^ Brain Research 139: 131-139 (1978).

Dunn, A.J., Rees, H.D. and Iuvone, P.M. ACTH and the stress-induced changes of lysine incorporation into brain and liver proteins. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 8: 455-465 (1978).

Dunn, A.J., Gildersleeve, N.B. and Gray H.E. Mouse brain tyrosine hydroxylase and glutamic acid decarboxylase following treatment with adrenocorticotrophic hormone, vasopressin or corticosterone. ^ Journal of Neurochemistry 31: 977-982 (1978).

Delanoy, R.L. and Dunn, A.J. Mouse brain deoxyglucose uptake after footshock, ACTH analogs, -MSH, corticosterone or lysine vasopressin. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 9: 21-26 (1978).

Dunn, A.J. The neurochemistry of learning and memory. ^ Environmental Health Perspectives 26: 143-147 (1978).

Liebeskind, J.C., Dismukes, R.K., Barker, J.L., Berger, P.A., Creese, I., Dunn, A.J., Segal, D.S., Stein, L. and Vale, W.W. Peptides and behavior: a critical analysis of research strategies. Neurosciences Research Program Bulletin 16: 490-635 (1978).

Delanoy, R.L., Dunn, A.J. and Tintner, R. Behavioral responses to intracerebroventricularly administered neurohypophyseal peptides in mice. ^ Hormones and Behavior 11: 348-362 (1978).

Dunn, A.J., Green, E.J. and Isaacson, R.L. Intracerebral adrenocorticotropic hormone mediates novelty-induced grooming in the rat. Science 203: 281-283 (1979).

Delanoy, R.L., Dunn, A.J. and Walter, R. Neurohypophyseal hormones and behavior: effects of intracerebroventricularly injected hormone analogs in mice. ^ Life Sciences 24: 651-658 (1979).

Wiegant, V.M., Dunn, A.J., Schotman, P. and Gispen, W.H. ACTH-like neurotropic peptides: possible regulators of rat brain cyclic AMP. Brain Research 168: 565-584 (1979).

Abraham, W.C., Delanoy, R.L., Dunn, A.J. and Zornetzer, S.F. Locus coeruleus stimulation decreases deoxyglucose uptake in ipsilateral mouse cerebral cortex. ^ Brain Research 172: 387-392 (1979).

Reinstein, D.K., Isaacson, R.L. and Dunn, A.J. Regional changes in 2-deoxyglucose uptake after neocortical and hippocampal destruction. Brain Research 175: 392-397 (1979).

Tintner, R., Dunn, A.J., Iuvone, P.M., Shukla, J.B. and Rennert, O.M. Corticotrophin increases cerebral polyamine content. ^ Journal of Neurochemistry 33: 1067-1073 (1979).

Green, E.J., Isaacson, R.L., Dunn, A.J. and Lanthorn, T. Naloxone and haloperidol reduce grooming occurring as an aftereffect of novelty. Behavioral and Neural Biology 27: 546-551 (1979).

Dunn, A.J. Molecular signals released by neurons. Commentary on: New concepts of molecular communication among neurons, by R.K. Dismukes. ^ Brain and Behavioral Sciences 2: 422-423 (1979).

Dunn, A.J. Neurochemistry of learning and memory: an evaluation of recent data. Annual Review of Psychology 31: 343-390 (1980).

Dunn, A.J. and Gildersleeve, N.B. Corticotrophin-induced changes in protein labelling: lack of molecular specificity. ^ Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 13: 823-827 (1980).

Dunn, A.J., Steelman, S. and Delanoy, R.L. Intraventricular ACTH and vasopressin cause regionally specific changes in cerebral deoxyglucose uptake. Journal of Neuroscience Research 5: 485-495 (1980).

Dunn, A.J., Childers, S.R., Kramarcy, N.R. and Villiger, J.W. ACTH-induced grooming involves high-affinity opiate receptors. ^ Behavioral and Neural Biology 31: 105-109 (1981).

Dunn, A.J. and Schotman, P. Effects of ACTH and related peptides on cerebral RNA and protein synthesis. Pharmacology and Therapeutics 12: 353-372 (1981).

Villiger, J.W. and Dunn, A.J. Phosphodiesterase inhibitors facilitate memory for passive avoidance conditioning. ^ Behavioral and Neural Biology 31: 354-359 (1981).

Willmore, L.J., Dunn, A.J. and Rubin, J.J. Changes in [3H]lysine incorporation into protein in a seizure focus in rat isocortex. Brain Research Bulletin 6: 463-466 (1981).

Hunter, G.D., Wiegant, V.M. and Dunn, A.J. Interspecies comparison of brain ganglioside patterns studied by two-dimensional thin-layer chromatography. ^ Journal of Neurochemistry 37: 1025-1031 (1981).

Dunn, A.J., Guild, A.L., Kramarcy, N.R. and Ware, M.D. Benzodiazepines decrease grooming in response to novelty but not ACTH or -endorphin. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 15: 605-608 (1981).

Delanoy, R.L., Kramarcy, N.R. and Dunn, A.J. ACTH1-24 and lysine vasopressin selectively activate dopamine synthesis in frontal cortex. ^ Brain Research 231: 117-129 (1982).

Snijders, R., Kramarcy, N.R., Hurd, R.W., Nemeroff, C.B. and Dunn, A.J. Neurotensin induces catalepsy in mice. Neuropharmacology 21: 465-468 (1982).

Guild, A.L. and Dunn, A.J. Dopamine involvement in ACTH-induced grooming behavior. ^ Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 17: 31-36 (1982).

Dunn, A.J. and Hurd, R.W. Regional glucose metabolism in mouse brain following ACTH peptides and naloxone. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 17: 37-41 (1982).

Delanoy, R.L., Hunter, G.D. and Dunn, A.J. Catecholamine metabolism in brain slices: determination of relevant precursor pool and the effects of elevated K+. ^ Biochemical Pharmacology 31: 3289-3296 (1982).

Delanoy, R.L. and Dunn, A.J. Effects of haloperidol and apomorphine on catecholamine metabolism in brain slices: reserpine-like effects of haloperidol. Biochemical Pharmacology 31: 3297-3305 (1982).

Dunn, A.J., Snijders, R., Hurd, R.W. and Kramarcy, N.R. Induction of catalepsy by CNS administration of neurotensin. In: ^ Neurotensin, a brain and gastrointestinal peptide. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 400: 345-353 (1982).

Dunn, A.J. and File, S.E. Cold restraint alters dopamine metabolism in frontal cortex, nucleus accumbens and neostriatum. Physiology and Behavior, 31: 511-513 (1983).

Kramarcy, N.R., Delanoy, R.L. and Dunn, A.J. Footshock treatment activates catecholamine synthesis in slices of mouse brain regions. ^ Brain Research 290: 311-319 (1984).

Dunn, A.J. La neurotransmission point-clé du viellissement? Le Quotidien du Médecin 3154 Supplement, pp. 37-40, April 1984.

Dunn, A.J. and Hurd, R.W. Cerebral 2-deoxyglucose accumulation in mice following chronic treatment with an ACTH4-9 analog, ORG 2766. ^ Brain Research Bulletin 12: 369-371 (1984).

Dunn, A.J., Alpert, J.E., Iversen, S.D. Dopamine denervation of frontal cortex or nucleus accumbens does not affect ACTH-induced grooming behaviour. Behavioural Brain Research, 12: 307-315 (1984).

Dunn, A.J. Pharmacological approaches to the treatment of aging and cerebral degeneration. ^ Circulation et Métabolisme du Cerveau 2 Suppl. 1: 129-155 (1985).

Dunn, A.J. and G. Vigle. Grooming behavior induced by ACTH involves cerebral cholinergic neurons and muscarinic receptors. Neuropharmacology, 24: 329-331 (1985).

Dunn, A.J., Webster, E.L. and Nemeroff, C.B. Neonatal treatment with monosodium glutamate does not alter grooming behavior induced by novelty or ACTH. ^ Behavioral and Neural Biology, 44: 80-89 (1985).

Iuvone, P.M. and Dunn, A.J. Tyrosine hydroxylase activation in mesocortical 3,4-dihydroxyphenylethylamine neurons following footshock. Journal of Neurochemistry 47: 837-844 (1986).

Dunn, A.J. and Hurd, R.W. ACTH acts via an anterior ventral third ventricle site to elicit grooming behavior. Peptides 7: 651-657 (1986).

Berridge, C.W. and Dunn, A.J. Corticotropin-releasing factor elicits naloxone-sensitive stress-like alterations in exploratory behavior in mice. ^ Regulatory Peptides 16: 83-93 (1986).

Dunn, A.J., Elfvin, K.L. and Berridge, C.W. Changes in plasma corticosterone and cerebral biogenic amine catabolites during training and testing of mice in passive avoidance behavior. Behavioral and Neural Biology, 46: 410-423 (1986).

Spangelo, B.L., Hall, N.R., Dunn, A.J. & Goldstein, A.L. Thymosin fraction 5 stimulates the release of prolactin from cultured GH3 cells. ^ Life Sciences 40: 283-288 (1987).

Dunn, A.J. and Berridge, C.W. Corticotropin-releasing factor administration elicits a stress-like activation of cerebral catecholaminergic systems. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 27: 685-691 (1987).

Dunn, A.J. and File, S.E. Corticotropin-releasing factor has an anxiogenic action in the social interaction test. ^ Hormones and Behavior 21: 193-202 (1987)

Dunn, A.J. and Hall, N.R. Thymic extracts and lymphokine-containing supernatant fluids stimulate the pituitary-adrenal axis, but not cerebral catecholamine or indoleamine metabolism. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity 1: 113-122 (1987).

Berridge, C.W. and Dunn, A.J. A corticotropin-releasing factor antagonist reverses the stress-induced decrease in exploratory behavior in mice. ^ Hormones and Behavior 21: 393-401 (1987).

Dunn, A.J., Berridge, C.W., Lai, Y.I. and Yachabach, T.L. CRF-induced excessive grooming behavior in rats and mice. Peptides 8: 841-844 (1987).

Arendash, G.W., Millard, W.J., Dunn, A.J. and Meyer, E.M. Long-term neuropathological and neurochemical effects of nucleus basalis lesions in the rat. Science 238: 952-956 (1987).

Dunn, A.J., Powell, M.L. and Gaskin, J.M. Virus-induced increases in plasma corticosterone. A technical comment on Smith, Meyer and Blalock. Science 238: 1423-1424 (1987).

Berridge, C.W. and Dunn, A.J. 2-noradrenergic agonists and antagonists alter exploratory behavior in mice. ^ Neuroscience Research Communications 1: 97-103 (1987).

Dunn, A.J., Powell, M.L., Moreshead, W.V., Gaskin, J.M. and Hall, N.R. Effects of Newcastle disease virus administration to mice on the metabolism of cerebral biogenic amines, plasma corticosterone, and lymphocyte proliferation. ^ Brain, Behavior, and Immunity 1: 216-230 (1987).

Eaker, E.Y. Bixler, G.B., Dunn, A.J. Moreshead, W.V. and Mathias, J.R. Chronic alterations in intestinal myolelectric activity due to MPTP. American Journal of Physiology 253: G809-815 (1987).

Eaker, E.Y., Bixler, G.B., Dunn, A.J., Moreshead, W.V. and Mathias, J.R. Dopamine and norepinephrine in the gastrointestinal tract of mice and the effects of neurotoxins. ^ Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 244: 438-442 (1988).

Baumgartner, T.S., Knudsen, A., Dunn, A.J. and Kilroy, R. Norepinephrine stability in saline solutions. Hospital Pharmacy 23: 44-59 (1988).

Mouton, P.R., Meyer, E.M., Dunn, A.J., Millard, W. and Arendash, G.W. Induction of cortical cholinergic hypofunction and memory retention deficits through intracortical AF64A infusions. ^ Brain Research 444: 104-118 (1988).

Dunn, A.J. Changes in plasma and brain tryptophan and brain serotonin and 5 hydroxyindoleacetic acid after footshock stress. Life Sciences 42: 1847-1853 (1988).

Dunn, A.J. Studies on the neurochemical mechanisms and significance of ACTH-induced grooming behavior. ^ Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 525: 150-168 (1988).

Dunn, A.J. Berridge, C.W., Lai, Y.I., Yachabach, T.L. and File, S.E. Corticotropin-releasing factor-induced grooming behavior in rats and mice. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 525: 391-393 (1988).

Dunn, A.J. and Hurd, R.W. Location of the ventricular site of action of ACTH to elicit grooming behavior. ^ Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 525: 394-396 (1988).

Dunn, A.J. Stress-related changes in cerebral catecholamine and indoleamine metabolism: lack of effect of adrenalectomy and corticosterone. Journal of Neurochemistry 51: 406-412 (1988).

Dunn, A.J. Systemic interleukin-1 administration stimulates hypothalamic norepinephrine metabolism parallelling the increased plasma corticosterone. ^ Life Sciences 43: 429-435 (1988).

Dunn, A.J. Stress-related activation of cerebral dopaminergic systems. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 537: 188-205 (1988).

Dunn, A.J., Powell, M.L., Meitin, C. and Small, P.A. Virus infection as a stressor: Influenza virus elevates plasma concentrations of corticosterone, and brain concentrations of MHPG and tryptophan. ^ Physiology and Behavior 45: 591-594 (1989).

Arendash, G.W., Millard, W.J., Dawson, R., Dunn, A.J. and Meyer, E.M. Different long-term effects of bilateral and unilateral nucleus basalis lesions on rat cerebral cortical neurotransmitter content. Neurochemical Research, 14: 1113-1118 (1989).

Dunn, A.J. Psychoneuroimmunology for the psychoneuroendocrinologist. A review of animal studies of nervous system-immune system interactions. Psychoneuroendocrinology 14: 251-274 (1989).

Berridge, C.W. and Dunn, A.J. Restraint-stress-induced changes in exploratory behavior appear to be mediated by norepinephrine-stimulated release of CRF. ^ Journal of Neuroscience 9: 3513-3521 (1989).

Berridge, C.W. and Dunn, A.J. CRF and restraint-stress decrease exploratory behavior in hypophysectomized mice. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior, 34: 517-519 (1989).

Berridge, C.W. and Dunn, A.J. DSP-4-induced depletions of mouse brain norepinephrine produces opposite effects on exploratory behavior 3 and 14 days after treatment. Psychopharmacology, 100: 504-508 (1990).

Dunn, A.J. and Berridge, C.W. Is corticotropin-releasing factor a mediator of stress responses? In: ^ A Decade of Neuropeptides Past, Present, and Future (Edited by G.F. Koob, C.A. Sandman and F.L. Strand) Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 579: 183-191 (1990).

Dunn, A.J. Recent advances in psychoneuroimmunology. Current Opinion in Psychiatry 3: 103-107 (1990).

Spadaro, F., Berridge, C.W., Baldwin, H.A. and Dunn, A.J. Corticotropin-releasing factor acts via a third ventricle site to reduce exploratory behavior in rats. ^ Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior, 36: 305-309 (1990).

Dunn, A.J. Interleukin-1 as a stimulator of hormone secretion. Progress in NeuroEndocrinImmunology, 3: 26-34 (1990).

Millard, W.J., Arendash, G.W., Dunn, A.J. and Meyer, E.M. Effects of nucleus basalis lesions on cerebral cortical concentrations of corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH)-like immunoreactivity in the rat. ^ Neuroscience Letters, 113: 233-239 (1990).

Yang, X.M. and Dunn, A.J. Central 1-adrenergic receptors are involved in CRF-induced defensive-withdrawal. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior, 36: 847-851 (1990).

Dunn, A.J. Action de l'interleukine sur les sécrétions hormonales. ^ Nutrition Clinique et Métabolisme, 4: 75-82 (1990).

Dunn, A.J. and Berridge, C.W. Physiological and behavioral responses to corticotropin-releasing factor administration: is CRF a mediator of anxiety or stress responses? Brain Research Reviews, 15: 71-100 (1990).

Yang, X.M., Gorman, A.L. and Dunn, A.J. The involvement of central noradrenergic systems and corticotropin-releasing factor in defensive-withdrawal in rats. ^ Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 255: 1064-1070 (1990).

Spadaro, F. and Dunn, A.J. Intracerebroventricular administration of interleukin-1 to mice alters investigation of stimuli in a novel environment. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity 4: 308-322 (1990).

Dunn, A.J., Antoon, M. and Chapman, Y. Reduction of exploratory behavior by intraperitoneal injection of interleukin-1 involves brain corticotropin-releasing factor. ^ Brain Research Bulletin 26: 539-542 (1991).

Spadaro, F. and Dunn, A.J. Effects of neuropeptides on cells of the immune system. Clinical Immunology Newsletter, 11: 105-111 (1991).

Dunn, A.J. and Welch, J. Stress- and endotoxin-induced increases in brain tryptophan and serotonin metabolism depend on sympathetic nervous system activity. ^ Journal of Neurochemistry 57: 1615-1622 (1991).

Spadaro, F., Drago, F., Rapisarda, V. and Dunn, A.J. Brief review on effects of neuropeptides on cells of the immune system. Formazione Psichiatrica, XII: 49-66 (1991).

Yang, X-M, Gorman, L.A., Dunn, A.J. and Goeders, N.E. Anxiogenic effects of acute and chronic cocaine administration: neurochemical and behavioral studies. ^ Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior, 41: 643-650 (1992).

Dunn, A.J., Chapman, Y. and Antoon, M. Endotoxin-induced behavioral changes of mice in the multicompartment chamber are distinct from those of interleukin-1. Neuroscience Research Communications 10: 63-69 (1992).

Sengstock, G.J., Olanow, C.W., Dunn, A.J. and Arendash, G.W. Iron Induces Degeneration of Nigrostriatal Neurons. ^ Brain Research Bulletin 28: 645-649 (1992).

Dempsey, C.A., Lavicky, J. and Dunn, A.J. Apparent inter-channel interference in dual-electrode electrochemical detection. Journal of Chromatography 596: 110-113 (1992).

Dunn, A.J. Endotoxin-induced activation of cerebral catecholamine and serotonin systems; comparison with interleukin-1. ^ Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 261: 964-969 (1992).

Dunn, A.J. and Chuluyan, H.E. The role of cyclo-oxygenase and lipoxygenase in the interleukin-1-induced activation of the HPA axis: dependence on the route of injection. Life Sciences 51: 219-225 (1992).

Chuluyan, H.E., Saphier, D., Rohn, W.M. and Dunn, A.J. Noradrenergic innervation of the hypothalamus participates in the adrenocortical responses to interleukin-1. Neuroendocrinology 56: 106-111 (1992).

Sengstock, G.J., Johnson, K.B., Jantzen, P.T., Meyer, E.M., Dunn, A.J. and Arendash, G.W. Nucleus basalis lesions in neonate rats induce a selective cortical cholinergic hypofunction and cognitive deficits during adulthood. ^ Experimental Brain Research 90: 163-174 (1992).

Dunn, A.J. The role of interleukin-1 and tumor necrosis factor  in the neurochemical and neuroendocrine responses to endotoxin. Brain Research Bulletin 29: 807-812 (1992).

Lavicky, J. and Dunn, A.J. Corticotropin-releasing factor stimulates catecholamine release in hypothalamus and prefrontal cortex in freely moving rats as assessed by microdialysis. ^ Journal of Neurochemistry 60: 602-612 (1993).

Gorman, A.L. and Dunn, A.J. -Adrenergic mechanisms are involved in stress-related behavioral changes. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 45: 1-7 (1993).

Welch, J.E., Farrar, G.E., Dunn, A.J. and Saphier, D. Central 5-HT1A receptors inhibit adrenocortical secretion. Neuroendocrinology 57: 272-281 (1993).

Sengstock, G.J., Olanow, C.W., Menzies, R.A., Dunn, A.J. and Arendash, G.W. Infusion of iron into the rat substantia nigra: nigral pathology and dose-dependent loss of striatal dopaminergic markers. ^ Journal of Neuroscience Research 35: 67-82 (1993).

Dunn, A.J. Role of cytokines in infection-induced stress. In: Corticotropin-Releasing Factor and Cytokines: Role in the Stress Response (Ed. Y. Taché and C. Rivier). Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 697: 189-202 (1993).

Dunn A.J. Nitric oxide synthase inhibitors prevent the cerebral tryptophan and serotonergic responses to endotoxin and interleukin-1. ^ Neuroscience Research Communications 13: 149-156 (1993).

Dunn A.J. and Chuluyan, H.C. Endotoxin elicits normal tryptophan and indolamine responses but impaired catecholamine and pituitary-adrenal responses in endotoxin-resistant mice. Life Sciences 54: 847-853 (1994).

Smagin, G.N., Swiergiel, A.H. and Dunn, A.J. Sodium nitroprusside infusions activate cortical and hypothalamic noradrenergic systems in rats. ^ Neuroscience Research Communications 14: 85-91 (1994).

Dunn, A.J. and Vickers, S. L. Neurochemical and neuroendocrine responses to Newcastle disease virus administration in mice. Brain Research 645: 103-112 (1994).

Sengstock, G.J., Olanow, C.W., Dunn, A.J., Barone, S. and Arendash, G.W. Progressive changes in striatal dopaminergic markers, nigral volume, and rotational behavior following iron infusion into the rat substantia nigra. ^ Experimental Neurology 130: 82-94 (1994).

Oestreicher, E., Sengstock, G.J., Riederer, P., Olanow, C.W., Dunn, A.J. and Arendash, G.W. Degeneration of nigrostriatal dopaminergic neurons increases iron within the substantia nigra: a histochemical and neurochemical study. Brain Research 660: 8-18 (1994).

Smagin, G.N., Swiergiel, A.H., and Dunn, A.J. Corticotropin-releasing factor administered into the locus coeruleus, but not the parabrachial nucleus, stimulates norepinephrine release in the prefrontal cortex. ^ Brain Research Bulletin 36: 71-76 (1994).

Lavicky, J. and Dunn, A.J. Endotoxin administration stimulates cerebral catecholamine release in freely moving rats as assessed by microdialysis. Journal of Neuroscience Research 40: 407-413 (1995).

Rowland, N.E. and Dunn, A.J. Effect of dexfenfluramine on metabolic and neurochemical measures in restraint-stressed Ob/Ob mice. ^ Physiology and Behavior 58: 749-754 (1995).

Dunn, A.J., and Wang, J.P. Cytokine effects on CNS biogenic amines. NeuroImmunoModulation 2: 319-328 (1995).

Smagin, G.N., Swiergiel, A.H., and Dunn, A.J. Peripheral administration of interleukin-1 increases extracellular concentrations of norepinephrine in rat hypothalamus: comparison with plasma corticosterone. Psychoneuroendocrinology 21: 83-93 (1996).

Swiergiel, A.H., Dunn, A.J., and Stone, E.A. The role of cerebral noradrenergic systems in the Fos response to interleukin-1. ^ Brain Research Bulletin 41: 61-64 (1996).

Dunn, A.J. Cytokines as mediators of infection-induced stress. Journal of Neuroimmunology 69: 25-39 (1996).

Swiergiel, A.H., Palamarchouk, V.S. and Dunn, A.J. A new design of carbon fiber microelectrode for in vivo voltammetry using fused silica. ^ Journal of Neuroscience Methods 73: 29-33 (1997).

Swiergiel, A.H., Smagin, G.N., and Dunn, A.J. Influenza virus infection of mice induces anorexia: comparison with endotoxin and interleukin-1 and the effects of indomethacin. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 57: 389-396 (1997).

Swiergiel, A.H., Smagin, G.N., Johnson, L.J. and Dunn, A.J. The role of cytokines in the behavioral responses to endotoxin and influenza virus infection in mice: effects of acute and chronic administration of the interleukin-1-receptor antagonist (IL-1ra). Brain Research 776: 96-104 (1997).

Wang, J., Ando, T. and Dunn, A.J. The effect of homologous interleukin-1, interleukin-6 and tumor necrosis factor- on the core body temperature of mice. Neuroimmunomodulation 4: 230-236 (1997).

Sengstock, G.J., Zawia, N., Olanow, C.W., Dunn, A.J. and Arendash, G.W. Intranigral iron infusion in the rat: acute elevations in nigral lipid peroxidation and striatal dopaminergic markers with ensuing nigral degeneration. ^ Biological Trace Element Research 58: 177-195 (1997).

Swiergiel, A.H., Palamarchouk, V.S. and Dunn, A.J. Cortical catecholamine secretion following intravenous nitroprusside infusion: a voltammetric study. Brain Research Bulletin, 45: 125-129 (1998).

Dunn, A.J. and Swiergiel, A.H. The role of cytokines in infection-related behavior. ^ Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 840: 577-585, (1998).

Wang, J.-P. and Dunn, A.J. Mouse interleukin-6 stimulates the HPA axis and increases brain tryptophan and serotonin metabolism. Neurochemistry International 33: 143-154 (1998).

Zhang, J.-J., Swiergiel, A.H., Palamarchouk, V.S. and Dunn, A.J. Intracerebroventricular infusion of CRF increases extracellular concentrations of norepinephrine in the hippocampus and cortex as determined by in vivo voltammetry. Brain Research Bulletin, 47: 277-284 (1998).

Dunn, A.J. Brain catecholaminergic and tryptophan responses to restraint are attenuated by nitric oxide synthase inhibition. ^ Neurochemistry International 33: 551-557 (1998).

Wang, J.-P. and Dunn, A.J. The role of interleukin-6 in the activation of the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenocortical axis and brain indoleamines induced by endotoxin and interleukin-1 Brain Research 815: 337-348 (1999).

Weninger, S.C., Dunn, A.J., Muglia, L.J., Miczek, M.A., Swiergiel, A.H., Berridge, C.W., and Majzoub, J.A. CRH-deficient mice display normal behaviors during stress and in response to CRH. ^ Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 96: 8283-8288 (1999).

Swiergiel, A.H., Burunda, T., Patterson, B. and Dunn, A.J. Endotoxin- and interleukin-1-induced hypophagia are not affected by noradrenergic, dopaminergic, histaminergic and muscarinic antagonists. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 63: 629-637 (1999).

Swiergiel, A.H. and Dunn, A. J. CRF-deficient mice respond like wild type mice to hypophagic stimuli. ^ Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 64: 59-64 (1999).

Barkhudaryan, N. and Dunn, A.J. Molecular mechanisms of actions of interleukin-6 on the brain, with special reference to serotonin and the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenocortical axis. Neurochemical Research 24: 1169-1180 (1999).

Ando, T. and Dunn, A.J. Mouse tumor necrosis factor  increases brain tryptophan concentrations and norepinephrine metabolism in mice. Neuroimmunomodulation 6: 319-329 (1999).

Swiergiel, A.H. and Dunn, A.J. The roles of IL-1, IL-6 and TNF in the feeding responses to endotoxin and influenza virus infection in mice. ^ Brain, Behavior and Immunity 13: 252-265 (1999).

Dunn, A.J. and Swiergiel, A.H. Behavioral responses are intact in CRF-deficient mice. Brain Research 845: 14-20 (1999).

Dunn, A.J. Effects of the interleukin-1 (IL-1) receptor antagonist on the IL-1- and endotoxin-induced activation of the HPA axis and cerebral biogenic amines in mice. Neuroimmunomodulation 7: 36-45 (2000).

Swiergiel, A.H. and Dunn, A.J. Lack of evidence for a role of serotonin in interleukin-1-induced hypophagia. ^ Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 65: 531-537 (2000).

Palamarchouk, V.S., Zhang, J., Zhou, G., Swiergiel, A.H. and Dunn, A.J. Hippocampal norepinephrine-like voltammetric responses to infusion of CRF into the locus coeruleus. Brain Research Bulletin 51: 319-326 (2000).

Dunn, A.J. Footshock-induced changes in brain catecholamines and indoleamines are not mediated by CRF or ACTH. ^ Neurochemistry International 37: 61-69 (2000).

Dunn, A. J. and Swiergiel, A. H. The role of cyclooxygenases in endotoxin- and interleukin-1-induced hypophagia. Brain, Behavior and Immunity 14: 141-152 (2000).

Smagin, G.N. and Dunn, A.J. The role of corticotropin-releasing factor receptor subtypes in stress-induced behavioural responses. ^ European Journal of Pharmacology 405: 199-206 (2000).

Ando, T, Brown, R. F., Berg, R. D. and Dunn, A. J. Bacterial translocation can increase plasma corticosterone and brain catecholamine and indoleamine metabolism. American Journal of Physiology, 279: R2164-R2172 (2000).

Dunn, A.J. Cytokine activation of the HPA axis. ^ Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 917: (Neuroimmunomodulation at the New Millenium) 608-617 (2000).

Chuluyan, H. E., Wolcott, R. M., Chervenak, R. and Dunn, A.J. Catecholamine, indoleamine and corticosteroid responses in mice bearing tumors. Neuroimmunomodulation 8: 107-113 (2000).

Zhang, J-J, Terreni, L. De Simoni, M-G, and Dunn, A.J. Peripheral interleukin-6 administration increases extracellular concentrations of serotonin and the evoked release of serotonin in the rat striatum. ^ Neurochemistry International 38: 303-308 (2001).

Smagin, G.N., Heinrichs, S.C. and Dunn, A.J. The role of CRH in behavioral responses to stress. Peptides 22: 713-724 (2001).

Swiergiel, A. H. and Dunn, A. J. Cyclooxygenase 1 is not necessary for hypophagic responses to interleukin-1 and endotoxin in mice. ^ Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 69: 659-663 (2001).

Dunn, A. J. and Swiergiel, A. H. The reductions in sweetened milk intake induced by interleukin-1 and endotoxin are not prevented by chronic antidepressant treatment. Neuroimmunomodulation 9: 163-169 (2001).

Larson, S. J. and Dunn, A. J. Behavioral effects of cytokines. ^ Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 15: 371-387 (2001).

Larson, S. J., Romanoff, R.L., Dunn, A.J. and Glowa, J. R. Effects of interleukin-1 on food-maintained behavior in the mouse. Brain, Behavior and Immunity 16: 398-410 (2002).

Swiergiel, A. H. and Dunn, A. J. Distinct roles for cyclooxygenases 1 and 2 in interleukin-1-induced behavioral changes. ^ Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. 302: 1031-1036 (2002).

Palamarchouk, V., Swiergiel, A. H. and Dunn, A.J. Hippocampal noradrenergic responses to CRF injected into the locus coeruleus of unanesthetized rats. Brain Research 950: 31-38 (2002).

Olariu, A., Croiset, G., van Bergen, P., Hefco, V.P., Dunn, A.J. and Wiegant, V.M. Involvement of the autonomic nervous system in CRF-induced corticosterone secretion. ^ Journal of Neuroendocrinology. Submitted for publication.

Lenard, N. R., Gettys, T. W. and Dunn, A. J. Activation of 2- and 3-adrenergic receptors increases brain tryptophan. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 305: 653-659 (2003).

Lenard, N. R. and Dunn, A. J. The potential role of free fatty acids in the -adrenergic agonist-mediated increases in brain tryptophan. ^ Neurochemistry International, submitted for publication.

Dunn, A.J., Swiergiel, A.H. and Palamarchouk, V. Brain circuits involved in corticotropin-releasing factor-norepinephrine interactions during stress. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences,, 1018: 25-34 (2004).

Lenard, N. R. and Dunn, A. J. Increased insulin is not required for 2-adrenoceptor-induced increases in mouse brain tryptophan. ^ European Journal of Pharmacology, in press.

Lenard, N. R. and Dunn, A. J. The potential role of free fatty acids in the -adrenergic agonist-mediated increases in brain tryptophan. Neurochemistry International, submitted for publication.

Wieczorek, M and Dunn, A.J. Relationships among the febrile, behavioral, noradrenergic and endocrine responses to interleukin-1 in the rat: the effects of indomethacin. ^ Brain Research, in submission.

Dunn, A.J., Swiergiel, A.H. and Quan, N. Induction of COX2 in the cerebral vasculature following intraperitoneal administration of interleukin-1 to mice. In submission.

Wieczorek, M and Dunn, A.J. The role of the vagus nerve in the febrile, behavioral, noradrenergic and endocrine responses to interleukin-1 in the rat. In submission.

Dunn, A.J. The role of NO synthase subtypes in the indoleaminergic responses to interleukin-1 and lipopolysaccharide. ^ Neurochemistry International, in submission.

Nazarloo, H.P. and Dunn, A.J. The roles of corticotropin-releasing factor-related peptides and their receptors in the cardiovascular system. Cardiovascular Biology. In submission.

Swiergiel, A.H. and Dunn, A.J. Neurochemical and behavioral studies in interleukin-6 knockout mice. In preparation.

Dunn, A.J. The role of the pituitary and of corticotropin-releasing factor in HPA responses to interleukin-1 and endotoxin. In preparation.

Dunn, A.J. Effects of benzodiazepines on catecholamine metabolism during stress: typical and atypical benzodiazepines. In preparation.

Li, Y., Swiergiel, A.H. and Dunn, A.J. Effects of local and systemic chlordiazepoxide on footshock-induced cortical norepinephrine release. In preparation.





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