Our latest publications
- Our first full publication on our neurodevelopmental rat model for schizophrenia, maternal immune activation (mIA): Murray et al, 2019
- Kowash et al have shown that Invivogen supply Poly I:C of a known molecular weight and without contamination with endotoxin (LPS). An important refinement for the model.
- Wood et al have conducted high resolution ex vivo imaging of mIA offspring at post-natal day 21.
Sub-chronic PCP model
- The scPCP model works very well in mice! See Gigg et al for analysis of cognitive deficits plus biomarker changes.
- Doostdar et al have performed high resolution ex vivo imaging combined with behaviour in the scPCP model.
- Kassab and colleagues revealed a cognitive deficit in their diabetic rat model combined with metabolomic and proteomic changes.
- Cognition and depression. See Atique & Neill for our in-depth analysis of cognitive deficits in major depressive disorder.
- Review of the scPCP model: Neill et al, 2010; Neill et al, 2014; Cadinu et al, 2017
- Commentary on the scPCP model: Reynolds and Neill, 2016
- Review of novel object recognition: Grayson et al, 2015
- Effects of cariprazine in the scPCP model incorporating reversal learning, novel object recognition, social interaction: Neill et al, 2016
- Attentional set shifting for executive function. McLean et al, 2011
- What Where Which task for episodic memory: Davis et al, 2013
- 5-choice continuous performance task-5CCPT-for attention and vigilance: Barnes et al, 2016; Hayward et al, 2017
- Separation of rats into high and low attentive in the 5CCPT for ADHD: Hayward et al, 2016
- Optimistic and affective bias: Sahin et al, 2016
- Novel object recognition with dopamine measured in the prefrontal cortex by microdialysis: Mclean et al, 2017
- In vivo hippocampal electrophysiology: Davis et al, 2014
- Immunohistochemistry of parvalbumin in the prefrontal cortex and hippocampus: Jenkins et al, 2010; McKibben et al, 2010
- HPLC measurement of N-acetyl aspartate (NAA): Harte et al, 2005