Anna Kamitakahara

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    1. Circadian photoperiod alters TREK-1 channel function and expression in dorsal raphe serotonergic neurons via melatonin receptor 1 signaling. J Pineal Res. 2021 Mar; 70(2):e12705. Giannoni-Guzmán MA, Kamitakahara A, Magalong V, Levitt P, McMahon DG. PMID: 33210730.
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    2. Ghrelin Signaling Affects Feeding Behavior, Metabolism, and Memory through the Vagus Nerve. Curr Biol. 2020 11 16; 30(22):4510-4518.e6. Davis EA, Wald HS, Suarez AN, Zubcevic J, Liu CM, Cortella AM, Kamitakahara AK, Polson JW, Arnold M, Grill HJ, de Lartigue G, Kanoski SE. PMID: 32946754.
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    3. A critical period for the trophic actions of leptin on AgRP neurons in the arcuate nucleus of the hypothalamus. J Comp Neurol. 2018 Jan 01; 526(1):133-145. Kamitakahara A, Bouyer K, Wang CH, Simerly R. PMID: 28891045.
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    4. Distinct projection targets define subpopulations of mouse brainstem vagal neurons that express the autism-associated MET receptor tyrosine kinase. J Comp Neurol. 2017 Dec 15; 525(18):3787-3808. Kamitakahara A, Wu HH, Levitt P. PMID: 28758209.
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    5. Ventromedial hypothalamic expression of Bdnf is required to establish normal patterns of afferent GABAergic connectivity and responses to hypoglycemia. Mol Metab. 2016 Feb; 5(2):91-101. Kamitakahara A, Xu B, Simerly R. PMID: 26909317.
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    6. Brain-derived neurotrophic factor is required for axonal growth of selective groups of neurons in the arcuate nucleus. Mol Metab. 2015 Jun; 4(6):471-82. Liao GY, Bouyer K, Kamitakahara A, Sahibzada N, Wang CH, Rutlin M, Simerly RB, Xu B. PMID: 26042201.
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    7. Cyclic adenosine 3',5'-monophosphate responsive element binding protein phosphorylation is required but not sufficient for activation of corticotropin-releasing hormone transcription. Endocrinology. 2008 Jul; 149(7):3512-20. Liu Y, Kamitakahara A, Kim AJ, Aguilera G. PMID: 18372325.
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    8. Negative regulation of corticotropin releasing factor expression and limitation of stress response. Stress. 2007 Jun; 10(2):153-61. Aguilera G, Kiss A, Liu Y, Kamitakahara A. PMID: 17514584.
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