Preclinical Publications

Representative Publications

Bañuelos, C., Beas, B. S., McQuail, J. A., Gilbert, R. J., Frazier, C. J., Setlow, B., & Bizon, J. L. (2014). Prefrontal cortical GABAergic dysfunction contributes to age-related working memory impairment. The Journal of Neuroscience. 34, 3457-3466.

Bean LA, Kumar A, Rani A, Guidi M, Rosario AM, Cruz PE, Golde TE, Foster TC. Re-opening the critical window for estrogen therapy. J Neurosci. 2015 Dec 9;35(49):16077-93. The Journal of Neuroscience.1890-15.2015.

Hernandez AR, Hernandez CM, Truckenbrod LM, Campos KT, McQuail JA, Bizon JL and Burke SN (2019). Age and ketogenic diet have dissociable effects on synapse-related gene expression between hippocampal subregions. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 13(11):239.

Hernandez AR, Hernandez CM, Campos K, Truckenbrod L, Federico Q, Moon B, McQuail JA, Maurer AP, Bizon JL, Burke SN (2018). A ketogenic diet improves cognition and has biochemical effects in prefrontal cortex that are dissociable from hippocampus. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 10:391.

Hernandez AR, Hernandez CM, Campos KT, Truckenbrod LM, Sakarya Y, McQuail JA, Carter CS, Bizon JL, Maurer AP, Burke SN (2018). The Antiepileptic Ketogenic Diet Alters Hippocampal Transporter Levels and Reduces Adiposity in Aged Rats. Journal of Gerontology, Series A Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, 73(4):450-458.

Hernandez CM, McQuail JA, Schwabe MR, Burke SN, Setlow B, Bizon JL. Age-related declines in prefrontal cortical expression of metabotropic glutamate receptors that support working memory (2018) eNeuro. 2018 Jun 28;5(3).

Kumar A, Rani A, Scheinert RB, Ormerod BK, Foster TC. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, indomethacin improves spatial memory and NMDA receptor function in aged animals. Neurobiol Aging. (2018) Oct; 70:184-193.

McQuail, J. A., Beas, B. S., Kelly, K. B., Simpson, K. L., Frazier, C. J., Setlow, B., & Bizon, J. L. (2016). NR2A-containing NMDARs in the PFC are required for working memory and associated with age-related cognitive decline. The Journal of Neuroscience. 36, 12537-12548.