Isabella Maita

Title(s)Lecturer, Neurobiology
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Address9500 Gilman Drive #
La Jolla CA 92093
Emailimaita@ucsd.edu
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    1. Chemogenetic activation of corticotropin-releasing factor-expressing neurons in the anterior bed nucleus of the stria terminalis reduces effortful motivation behaviors. Neuropsychopharmacology. 2024 Jan; 49(2):377-385. Maita I, Bazer A, Chae K, Parida A, Mirza M, Sucher J, Phan M, Liu T, Hu P, Soni R, Roepke TA, Samuels BA. PMID: 37452139; PMCID: PMC10724138.
      View in: PubMed   Mentions: 2     Fields:    Translation:AnimalsCells
    2. Chronic stress-induced synaptic changes to corticotropin-releasing factor-signaling in the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis. Front Behav Neurosci. 2022; 16:903782. Maita I, Roepke TA, Samuels BA. PMID: 35983475; PMCID: PMC9378865.
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    3. Elevated levels of tripeptidyl peptidase 1 do not ameliorate pathogenesis in a mouse model of Alzheimer disease. Neurobiol Aging. 2022 10; 118:106-107. Sleat DE, Maita I, Banach-Petrosky W, Larrimore KE, Liu T, Cruz D, Baker L, Maxfield FR, Samuels B, Lobel P. PMID: 35914472.
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    4. Functional anatomy of the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis-hypothalamus neural circuitry: Implications for valence surveillance, addiction, feeding, and social behaviors. Handb Clin Neurol. 2021; 179:403-418. Maita I, Bazer A, Blackford JU, Samuels BA. PMID: 34225978.
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    5. Early-life stress alters affective behaviors in adult mice through persistent activation of CRH-BDNF signaling in the oval bed nucleus of the stria terminalis. Transl Psychiatry. 2020 11 11; 10(1):396. Hu P, Maita I, Phan ML, Gu E, Kwok C, Dieterich A, Gergues MM, Yohn CN, Wang Y, Zhou JN, Qi XR, Swaab DF, Pang ZP, Lucassen PJ, Roepke TA, Samuels BA. PMID: 33177511; PMCID: PMC7658214.
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    6. Behavioral response to fluoxetine in both female and male mice is modulated by dentate gyrus granule cell activity. Neurobiol Stress. 2020 Nov; 13:100257. Yohn CN, Dieterich A, Maita I, Bazer AS, Diethorn E, Ma D, Gergues MM, Hu P, Samuels BA. PMID: 33344712; PMCID: PMC7739193.
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    7. Chronic Stress Induces Maladaptive Behaviors by Activating Corticotropin-Releasing Hormone Signaling in the Mouse Oval Bed Nucleus of the Stria Terminalis. J Neurosci. 2020 03 18; 40(12):2519-2537. Hu P, Liu J, Maita I, Kwok C, Gu E, Gergues MM, Kelada F, Phan M, Zhou JN, Swaab DF, Pang ZP, Lucassen PJ, Roepke TA, Samuels BA. PMID: 32054675; PMCID: PMC7083537.
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    8. Chronic non-discriminatory social defeat is an effective chronic stress paradigm for both male and female mice. Neuropsychopharmacology. 2019 12; 44(13):2220-2229. Yohn CN, Dieterich A, Bazer AS, Maita I, Giedraitis M, Samuels BA. PMID: 31493767; PMCID: PMC6898575.
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    9. Inhibition of EphA/Ephrin-A signaling using genetic and pharmacologic approaches improves recovery following traumatic brain injury in mice. Brain Inj. 2019; 33(10):1385-1401. Teng S, Palmieri A, Maita I, Zheng C, Das G, Park J, Zhou R, Alder J, Thakker-Varia S. PMID: 31319723.
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    10. Negative Effects of Chronic Rapamycin Treatment on Behavior in a Mouse Model of Fragile X Syndrome. Front Mol Neurosci. 2017; 10:452. Saré RM, Song A, Loutaev I, Cook A, Maita I, Lemons A, Sheeler C, Smith CB. PMID: 29375310; PMCID: PMC5770365.
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