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Katumi Sumikawa, Ph.D.

University of California, Irvine # of Grants: 1

Grants

The role of nicotine receptors in nicotine dependence 1997 (Cycle 6) $381,317
Nicotine Dependence Research Project Awards
Publications

Acute and chronic nicotine exposure differentially facilitate the induction of LTP
Periodical: Brain Research Index Medicus:
Authors: Fujii S, Ji Z, Morita N, Sumikawa K ART
Yr: 1999 Vol: 846 Nbr: Abs: Pg: 137-143

Inactivation of alpha7 ACh receptors and activation of non-alpha7 ACh receptors both contribute to long term potentiation induction in the hippocampal CA1 region
Periodical: Neuroscience Letters Index Medicus:
Authors: Fujii S, Ji Z, Sumikawa K ART
Yr: 2000 Vol: 286 Nbr: Abs: Pg: 134-138

Nicotine reverses GABAergic inhibition of long-term potentiation induction in the hippocampal CA1 region
Periodical: Brain Research Index Medicus:
Authors: Fujii S, Jia Y, Yang A, Sumikawa K ART
Yr: 2000 Vol: 863 Nbr: Abs: Pg: 259-265

Nicotine accelerates reversal of long-term potentiation and enhances long-term depression in the rat hippocampal CA1 region
Periodical: Brain Research Index Medicus:
Authors: Fujii S, Sumikawa K ART
Yr: 2001 Vol: 894 Nbr: Abs: Pg: 340-346

Acute and chronic nicotine exposure reverse age-related declines in the induction of LTP in the hippocampus of aged rats
Periodical: Brain Research Index Medicus:
Authors: Fujii S, Sumikawa K ART
Yr: 2001 Vol: 894 Nbr: Abs: Pg: 347-353