Testen, R. Kim, K.J. Reissner (2020) High‐Resolution Three‐Dimensional Imaging of Individual Astrocytes Using Confocal Microscopy. Current Protocols in Neuroscience, 91 (1), e92

K.L. Healey, S. Kibble, S. Hodges, K.J. Reissner, A. Testen…(2020) Enduring alterations in hippocampal astrocyte-synaptic proximity following adolescent alcohol exposure: reversal by gabapentin Neural Regeneration Research, 15 (8), 1496

E.A. Witt, K.J. Reissner.(2020) The effects of nicotinamide on reinstatement to cocaine seeking in male and female Sprague Dawley rats. Psychopharmacology, 237 (3), 669-680.

A Testen, M Ali, HG Sexton, S Hodges, K Dubester…(2019) Region-specific differences in morphometric features and synaptic colocalization of astrocytes during development Neuroscience, 388, 45-56

Testen, M.T.Sepulveda-Orengo, C.H. Gaines, K.J. Reissner. (2018) Region-specific reductions in morphometric properties and synaptic colocalization of astrocytes following cocaine self-administration and extinction. Frontiers in cellular neuroscience, 12, 246

R.L. Kim, K.L. Healey, M.T. Sepulveda-Orengo, K.J. Reissner (2018) Emerging Evidence for Astroglial Deficits in Neuropsychiatric Disease. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry, in press.

M.T. Sepulveda-Orengo, K.L. Healey, R. Kim, A.C. Auriemma, J. Rojas, N. Woronoff, R. Hyppolite, K.J. Reissner (2018) Riluzole Impairs Cocaine Reinstatement and Restores Intrinsic Excitability in the Prefrontal Cortex. Neuropsychopharmacology 43(6):1212-1223.

M. E. Jones, C.L. Lebonville, J.E. Paniccia, K.J. Reissner, and D.T. Lysle (2018) Hippocampal astrocyte- derived interleukin-1b mediates the development of stress-enhanced fear learning. Brain Behav Immunity 67:355-363.

R. Kim, M.T. Sepulveda-Orengo, K.L. Healey, E.A. Williams, K.J. Reissner (2018) Regulation of Glutamate Transporter 1 (GLT-1) Gene Expression by Cocaine Self-Administration and Withdrawal</strong>. Neuropharmacology, 128:1-10.

A.L. LaCrosse, S.M. O’Donovan, M.T. Sepulveda-Orengo, R.E. McCullumsmith, K.J. Reissner, M. Schwendt, L.A. Knackstedt (2017) Contrasting the Role of xCT and GLT-1 Upregulation in the Ability of Ceftriaxone to Attenuate the Cue-Induced Reinstatement of Cocaine Seeking and Normalize AMPA Receptor Subunit Expression. Journal of Neuroscience, 37(24): 5809-5821.

A.C. Madayag, S.J. Stringfield, K.J. Reissner, C.A. Boettiger, D.L. Robinson (2017) <strong>Sex and Adolescent Ethanol Exposure Influence Pavlovian Conditioned Approach. Alcohol Clin Exp Res, 41(4): 846-856.</strong

M.D. Scofield, H. Li, B. Siemsen, K.L. Healey, P.K. Tran, N. Woronoff, H.A. Boger, P.W. Kalivas, K.J. Reissner (2016) Cocaine self-administration and extinction leads to reduced GFAP expression and morphometric features of astrocytes in the nucleus accumbens core. Biological Psychiatry, 80(3): 207-215. [Cover]

K.J. Reissner, C.D. Gipson, P.K. Tran, L.A. Knackstedt, M.D. Scofield, P.W. Kalivas (2015) Glutamate transporter GLT-1 mediates N-acetylcysteine inhibition of cocaine reinstatement. Addiction Biology, 20(2):316-23.

K.J. Reissner (2014) The cystine/glutamate antiporter: when too much of a good thing goes bad. Journal of Clinical Investigation 124(8): 3279-81.

S. Spencer, R.M. Brown, G.C. Quintero, Y.M. Kupchik, C.A. Thomas, K.J. Reissner, and P.W. Kalivas (2014) α2δ-1 Signaling in Nucleus Accumbens Is Necessary for Cocaine-Induced Relapse. Journal of Neuroscience 34(25): 8605-8611.

K.J. Reissner, R.M. Brown, S. Spencer, P.K. Tran, C.A. Thomas, P.W. Kalivas. (2014) Chronic administration of the methylxanthine propentofylline impairs reinstatement to cocaine by a GLT-1 dependent mechanism. Neuropsychopharmacology 39(2):499-506.

C.D. Gipson, K.J. Reissner, Y.M. Kupchik, A.W. Smith, N.M. Stankeviciute, M.E. Hensley-Simon, and P.W. Kalivas (2013) Reinstatement of nicotine seeking is mediated by glutamatergic plasticity. Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences 110(22):9124-9.

C.D. Gipson, H. Shen, Y.M. Kupchik, K.J. Reissner, C.A. Thomas, and P.W. Kalivas (2013) Cue-induced relapse causes rapid, reversible synaptic potentiation. Neuron 77(5):867-72.