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Kelly Lei, PhD

Title(s)SRA 2, Neurology
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    1. Wegner SA, Hu B, De Oliveira Sergio T, Darevsky D, Kwok CC, Lei K, Hopf FW. A novel NMDA receptor-based intervention to suppress compulsion-like alcohol drinking. Neuropharmacology. 2019 Jun 25; 157:107681. PMID: 31251994.
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    2. Lei K, Kwok C, Darevsky D, Wegner SA, Yu J, Nakayama L, Pedrozo V, Anderson L, Ghotra S, Fouad M, Hopf FW. Nucleus Accumbens Shell Orexin-1 Receptors Are Critical Mediators of Binge Intake in Excessive-Drinking Individuals. Front Neurosci. 2019; 13:88. PMID: 30814925.
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    3. Pomrenze MB, Tovar-Diaz J, Blasio A, Maiya R, Giovanetti SM, Lei K, Morikawa H, Hopf FW, Messing RO. A Corticotropin Releasing Factor Network in the Extended Amygdala for Anxiety. J Neurosci. 2019 Feb 06; 39(6):1030-1043. PMID: 30530860.
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    4. Lei K, Wegner SA, Yu JH, Mototake A, Hu B, Hopf FW. Nucleus Accumbens Shell and mPFC but Not Insula Orexin-1 Receptors Promote Excessive Alcohol Drinking. Front Neurosci. 2016; 10:400. PMID: 27625592.
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    5. Lei K, Wegner SA, Yu JH, Simms JA, Hopf FW. A single alcohol drinking session is sufficient to enable subsequent aversion-resistant consumption in mice. Alcohol. 2016 09; 55:9-16. PMID: 27788780.
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    6. Lei K, Wegner SA, Yu JH, Hopf FW. Orexin-1 receptor blockade suppresses compulsive-like alcohol drinking in mice. Neuropharmacology. 2016 11; 110(Pt A):431-437. PMID: 27523303.
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    7. Seif T, Simms JA, Lei K, Wegner S, Bonci A, Messing RO, Hopf FW. D-Serine and D-Cycloserine Reduce Compulsive Alcohol Intake in Rats. Neuropsychopharmacology. 2015 Sep; 40(10):2357-67. PMID: 25801502; PMCID: PMC4538350.
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