PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

  1. Rafal W Ameen, Allison Warshawski, Lucia Fu, Michael C Antle (in press). Early Life Circadian Rhythm Disruption in Mice Alters Brain and Behavior in Adulthood, Scientific Reports. Accepted April 18th, 2022.

  2. Jhenkruthi Vijaya Shankara, Ralph E Mistlberger, Michael C Antle (in press). Anticipation of scheduled feeding in BTBR mice reveals independence and interactions between the light- and food-entrainable circadian clocks. Frontiers in Neuroscience, Accepted April 12th, 2022.

  3. Michael C. Antle, Mahtab Moshirpour, Patricia R. Blakely, Katelyn Horsley, Colin J. Charlton, Victor Hu (2022) Longitudinal Location Influences Preference for Daylight Saving Time. Journal of biological Rhythms.

  4. Dinushan Nesan, Kira M. Feigha, Michael C. Antle, Deborah M. Kurrasch (2021) Gestational low-dose BPA exposure transgenerationally disrupts suprachiasmatic nucleus neurogenesis and impacts circadian activity. Science Advances. 7(22):eabd1159.

  5. Mahtab Moshirpour, Amy S. Nakashima, Nicole Sehn, Victoria M. Smith, Sarah E. Thackray, Richard H. Dyck, Michael C. Antle (2020). Examination of zinc in the circadian system, Neuroscience, 432, 15-29.

  6. Semra Foster, Tom Christiansen, Michael C. Antle (2019). Modeling the influence of synaptic plasticity on after-effects. J Biol Rhythms, 34(6), 645-657.

  7. Glenn R Yamakawa, Himanthri Weerawardhena; Eric Eyolfson; Yannick Griep, Michael C Antle, Richelle Mychasiuk (2019). Investigating the role of the hypothalamus in outcomes to repetitive mild traumatic brain injury: Neonatal monosodium glutamate does not exacerbate deficits. Neuroscience, 413, 264-278.

  8. Kiryanova V, Smith VM, Antle MC, Dyck RH (2018) Behaviour of adult 5-HT1A receptor knockout mice exposed to stress during prenatal development. Neuroscience, 371, 16-28.

  9. Vijaya Shankara J, Orr A, Mychaziuk R. Antle MC (2017) Chronic BMY7378 treatment alters behavioral circadian rhythms. Eur J Neurosci, 46(11), 2782-90.

  10. Burma NE, BoninRP, Leduc-Pessah H, Baimel C, Cairncross ZF, Mousseau M, Vijaya Shankara J, Stemkowski PL, Baimoukhametova D, Bains JS, Antle MC, Zamponi GW, Cahill CM, Borgland SL, DeKoninck Y, Trang T (2017) Blocking microglial pannexin-1 channels alleviates morphine withdrawal in rodents. Nat Med. 23(3), 355-360.

  11. Kiryanova V, Smith VM, Dyck RH, Antle MC (2017). Circadian behavior of adult mice exposed to stress and fluoxetine during development. Psychopharmacology, 234(5), 793-804.

  12. Moshirpour M and Antle MC (2017). Circadian Rhythms. In: Virgil Zeigler-Hill and Todd K. Shackelford (Eds), Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences. Springer, New York.

  13. Farrell JS, Gaxiola-Valdez I, Wolff MD, David LS, Dika HI, Geeraert BL, Wang XR, Singh S, Spanswick SC, Dunn JF, Antle MC, Federico P, Teskey GC (2016). Postictal behavioural impairments are due to a severe prolonged hypoperfusion/hypoxia event that is COX-2 dependent. eLIFE, 5, e19352. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7554/eLife.19352.

  14. Yamakawa GR, Basu P, Cortese F, MacDonnell J, Whalley D, Smith VM, Antle MC (2016). The cholinergic forebrain arousal system acts directly on the circadian pacemaker. PNAS. Accepted Oct 14th, 2016.

  15. Chan RK, Sterniczuk R, Enkhbold Y, Jeffers RT, Basu P, Duong B, Chow S-L, Smith VM, Antle MC (2016). Phase shifts to light are altered by antagonists to neuropeptide receptors. Neuroscience, 327, 115-24.

  16. Basu P, Wensel AL, McKibbon R, Lefebvre N, Antle MC (2016). Activation of M1/4 receptors phase advances the hamster circadian clock during the day. Neurosci Lett, 621, 22-27.

  17. Dattolo T, Coomans CP, van Diepen HC, Patton DF, Power S, Antle MC, Meijer JH, Mistlberger RE (2016). Neural activity in the suprachiasmatic circadian clock of nocturnal mice anticipating a daytime meal, Neuroscience, 315, 91-103.

  18. Antle MC and Silver R (2016). Circadian Insights into Motivated Behavior. In: Eleanor H. Simpson and Peter Balsam (Eds), Current Topics in Behavioral Neuroscience: Behavioral Neuroscience of Motivation. Springer, New York.

  19. Smith VM, Jeffers RT Antle MC (2015). Serotonergic enhancement of circadian responses to light: Role of the raphe and intergeniculate leaflet. Eur J Neurosci, 42(10), 2805-2817.

  20. Basu P, Ie N, Wensel AL, Baskerville JD, Smith VM, Antle MC (2015). Triptans attenuate circadian responses to light. Eur J Neurosci, 42(7), 2489-2495.

  21. Smith VM, Jeffers RT, Wu C, Vijaya Shankara J, Antle MC (2015). Temporal changes of light-induced proteins in the SCN following treatment with the serotonin mixed agonist/antagonist BMY7378. Exp Brain Res, 233(9), 2723-2731.

  22. Smith VW, Jeffers RT, McAllister BB, Basu P, Dyck RH, Antle MC (2015). Effects of lighting condition on circadian behavior in 5-HT1A receptor knockout mice. Physiology and Behavior, 139, 136-144.

  23. Antle MC (2015). Sleep: Neural Systems. In: James D. Wright (editor-in-chief), International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol 22. Oxford: Elsevier. pp. 87–93.

  24. Sterniczuk R and Antle M (2015) Alzheimer’s Disease and the Mistiming of Behavior. In: Christopher S. Colwell (Ed.), Circadian Medicine, Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken, NJ. pp. 283-294.

  25. Smith VM, Iannatonne S, Achal S, Jeffers RT, Antle MC (2014). The serotonergic anxiolytic buspirone attenuates circadian responses to light. Eur J Neurosci, 40(10), 3512-3525.

  26. Rakai BD, Chrusch MJ, Spanswick SC, Dyck RH, Antle MC (2014). Survival of adult generated hippocampal neurons is altered in circadian arrhythmic mice. PLoS One, 9(6), e99527.

  27. Webb IC, Antle MC, Mistlberger RE (2014). Regulation of circadian rhythms in mammals by behavioral arousal. Behav Neurosci, 128(3), 304-325.

  28. Garland SN, Carlson LE, Stephens AJ, Antle MC, Samuels C, and Campbell TS (2014). Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Compared to Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for the Treatment of Insomnia Comorbid with Cancer: A Randomized, Partially Blinded, Non-Inferiority Trial. J Clin Oncol, 32(5), 449-457.

  29. Sterniczuk R, Yamakawa GR, Pomeroy T, Antle MC (2014). Phase delays to light and gastrin-releasing peptide require the protein kinase A pathway. Neurosci Lett, 559, 24-29.

  30. Mak GK, Antle MC, Dyck RH, Weiss S (2013). Bi-Parental Care Contributes to Sexually Dimorphic Neural Cell Genesis in the Adult Mammalian Brain. PLoS One, 8(5), e62701.

  31. Scullion K, Boychuk JA, Yamakawa GR, Rodych JTG, Nakanishi ST, Seto A, Smith VM, McCarthy RW, Whelan PJ, Antle MC, Pittman QJ, and Teskey GC (2013). Serotonin1A receptors alter expression of movement representations, J Neurosci, 33(11), 4988-99.

  32. Kiryanova V, Smith VM, Dyck RH, Antle MC (2013). The effects of perinatal fluoxetine treatment on the circadian system of the adult mouse. Psychopharmacology, 225(3), 743-51.

  33. Antle MC, van Diepen HC, Deboer T, Pedram P, Rodrigues Pereira R, Meijer JH (2012). Methylphenidate Modifies the Motion of the Circadian Clock. Neuropsychopharmacology, 37(11), 2446-55.

  34. van Oosterhout F, Lucassen EA, Houben T, vanderLeest H-T, Antle MC, Meijer JH (2012). Amplitude of the SCN clock enhanced by the behavioral activity rhythm. PLoS One, 7(6), e39693.

  35. Rakai BD, Antle MC (2013). Lesion size and behavioral deficits following endothelin-1-induced ischemia are not dependent on time-of-day. J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis, 22(4), 397-405.

  36. Brown AR, Antle MC, Hu B, Teskey GC (2011). High frequency stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus acutely rescues motor deficits and neocortical movement representations following 6-hydroxydopamine administration in rats. Exp Neurol, 231(1), 82-90.

  37. Garland SN, Carlson LE, Antle MC, Samuels C, Campbell T (2011). I-CAN SLEEP: Rationale and design of a non-inferiority RCT of Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for the treatment of Insomnia in CANcer survivors. Contemp Clin Trials, 32(5), 747-54.

  38. Mistlberger RE, Antle MC (2011). Entrainment of circadian clocks in mammals by arousal and food. Essays Biochem, 49, 119-136.

  39. Sterniczuk R, Antle MC, LaFerla FM, Dyck RH (2010). Characterization of the 3xTg-AD Mouse Model of Alzheimer's Disease: Part 2. Behavioral and Cognitive Changes. Brain Res, 1348, 149-55.

  40. Sterniczuk R, Dyck RH, LaFerla FM, Antle MC (2010). Characterization of the 3xTg-AD Mouse Model of Alzheimer's Disease: Part 1. Circadian Changes. Brain Res, 1348, 139-48.

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  41. Smith VM, Hagel K, Antle MC (2010). Serotonergic potentiation of photic phase shifts: Examination of receptor contributions and early biochemical / molecular events. Neuroscience, 165(1), 16-27.

  42. Sterniczuk R, Colijn MA, Nunez M, Antle MC (2010). Investigating the role of substance P in photic responses of the circadian system: Individual and combined actions with gastrin-releasing peptide. Neuropharmacology, 58(1), 277-285.

  43. Antle MC, Smith VM, Sterniczuk R, Yamakawa GR, Rakai BD (2009). Physiological responses of the circadian clock to acute light exposure at night. Rev Endocr Metab Disord, 10(4), 279-291.

  44. Antle MC, Silver R (2009). Neural basis of timing and anticipatory behaviors. Eur J Neurosci, 30(9), 1643-1649.

  45. Brown AR, Hu B, Antle MC, Teskey GC (2009). Neocortical movement representations are reduced and reorganized following bilateral intrastriatal 6-hydroxydopamine infusion and dopamine type-2 receptor antagonism. Exp Neurol, 220(1), 162-70

  46. Phillips CI, Smith VM, Antle MC, Dyck RH (2009). Neonatal medial frontal cortex lesions disrupt circadian activity patterns. Dev Neurosci, 31(5), 412-419.

  47. Smith VM, Baserman J, Hagel K, Teskey GC, Antle MC (2009). A single generalized seizure alters the amplitude, but not phase, of the circadian activity rhythm of the hamster. Chronobiol Int, 26(1), 1-13.

  48. Jackson J, Bland BH, Antle MC (2009). Non-serotonergic projection neurons in the midbrain raphe nuclei contain the vesicular glutamate transporter VGLUT3. Synapse, 63(1), 31-41.

  49. Antle MC, Tse F, Koke SJ, Sterniczuk R, and Hagel K (2008). Non-photic phase shifting of the circadian clock: Role of the extracellular signal-responsive kinases I/II / mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway. Eur J Neurosci, 28, 2511-2518.

  50. Smith VM, Sterniczuk R, Phillips C, Antle MC (2008). Altered responses to photic and non-photic treatments in 5HT1A knockout mice. Neuroscience, 157(3), 513-523.

  51. Sterniczuk R, Stepkowski A, Jones M, Antle MC (2008). Enhancement of photic shifts with 5-HT1A mixed agonist/antagonists NAN-190: Intra SCN pathway. Neuroscience, 153(3), 571-580.

  52. Antle MC (2008). The circadian clock: Physiology, genes and disease. In J. Tombran-Tink and C. Barnstable (eds), The Visual Transduction Cascade: Basic and Clinical Principles. Series: Ophthalmology Research. pp. 481-499. The Humana Press Inc: Totowa, NJ

  53. Antle MC, Sterniczuk R, Smith VM, Hagel K (2007). Non-photic modulation of phase shifts to long light pulses. J Biol Rhythms, 22 (6), 524-533.

  54. Indic P, Schwartz WJ, Herzog ED, Foley NC, Antle MC (2007). Modeling the behavior of coupled cellular circadian oscillators in the suprachiasmatic nucleus. J Biol Rhythms, 22 (3), 211-219.

  55. Antle MC, Foley NC, Foley DK, Silver R (2007). Gates and oscillators II: Zeitgebers and the network model of the brain clock. J Biol Rhythms, 22 (1), 14-25.

  56. Mistlberger RE, Antle MC (2006). The enigma of behavioral inputs to the circadian clock: a test of function using restraint. Physiol Behav, 87 (5), 948-54.

  57. Antle MC, LeSauter J, Silver R (2005). Neurogenesis and ontogeny of specific cell phenotypes within the hamster suprachiasmatic nucleus, Dev Brain Res, 119 (1), 8-18.

  58. Antle MC, Kriegsfeld LJ, Silver R (2005). Signaling within the brain's master clock: Localized activation of MAP kinase by gastrin-releasing peptide, J Neurosci, 25 (10), 2447-2454.

  59. Antle MC, Silver R (2005). Orchestrating time: Arrangements of the brain circadian clock, TINS, 28 (3), 145-151.

  60. Antle MC and Mistlberger RE (2005). Circadian rhythms. In I.Q. Whishaw and B. Kolb (eds), The Behaviour of the Laboratory Rat: A Handbook With Tests. pp.183-194, Oxford University Press: Toronto, ON

  61. Hamada T, Antle MC, Silver R (2004). The role of Period1 in non-photic resetting of the hamster circadian pacemaker in the suprachiasmatic nucleus, Neuro Letters, 362 (2), 87-90

  62. Hamada T, Antle MC, Silver R (2004). Temporal/spatial expression patterns of canonical clock genes and clock-controlled genes in the suprachiasmatic nucleus, Eur J Neurosci, 19 (7), 1741-8.

  63. Mistlberger RE, Antle MC, Webb IC, Jones M, Weinberg J, Pollock MS (2003). Circadian clock resetting by arousal in Syrian hamsters: The role of stress and activity. Am J Physiol, 285, R917-R925.

  64. Antle MC, Foley DK, Foley NC, Silver R (2003). Gates and oscillators: A network model of the brain clock. J Biol Rhythms, 18, 339-50.

  65. Mistlberger RE, Antle MC, Kilduff T, Jones M (2003). Food- and light-entrained circadian rhythms in rats with hypocretin-2-saporin ablations of the lateral hypothalamus. Brain Res, 980 (2), 161-68.

  66. Antle MC, Ogilvie MD, Pickard GE, Mistlberger RE (2003). Response of the mouse circadian system to serotonin 1A/2/7 agonists in vivo: Surprisingly little. J Biol Rhythms, 18, 145-58.

  67. Mistlberger RE, Belcourt J, Antle MC (2002). Circadian clock resetting by sleep deprivation without exercise in Syrian hamsters: dark pulses revisited. J Biol Rhythms, 17, 227-37.

  68. Antle MC, Ludgate SA, Mistlberger RE (2002). Activity-induced circadian clock resetting in the Syrian hamster: Effects of melatonin. Neuro Letters, 317, 5-8.

  69. Mistlberger RE, Antle MC, Oliverio MI, Coffman TM, Morris M. (2001). Circadian rhythms of activity and drinking in mice lacking angiotensin II 1a receptors. Physiol Behav, 74, 457-64.

  70. Antle MC, Steen, NM, Mistlberger, RE (2001). Adenosine and caffeine modulate circadian rhythms in the Syrian hamster. NeuroReport, 12 (13), 2901-6.

  71. Antle MC, Mistlberger RE (2000). Circadian clock resetting by sleep deprivation without exercise in the Syrian hamster, J Neurosci, 20 (24), 9326-32.

  72. Mistlberger RE, Antle MC, Glass JD, Miller JD (2000). Behavioral and serotonergic regulation of circadian rhythms. Biol Rhythm Res, 31(3), 240-83.

  73. Grossman GH, Antle MC, Mistlberger RE, JC Ehlen, Glass JD (2000). Sleep deprivation stimulates serotonin release in the suprachiasmatic nucleus. Neuroreport, 11 (09), 1929-32.

  74. Antle MC, Glass JD, Mistlberger RE (2000). 5-HT1A autoreceptor antagonist-induced 5-HT release in the hamster suprachiasmatic nuclei: effects on circadian clock resetting. Neuro Letters, 828 (1-2), 97-100.

  75. Mistlberger RE, Antle MC (1999). Neonatal monosodium glutamate alters circadian organization of feeding, food anticipatory activity and photic masking in the rat. Brain Res, 842 (1), 73-83.

  76. Antle MC, Marchant EG, Niel L, Mistlberger RE (1998). Serotonin antagonists do not attenuate activity-induced phase shifts of circadian rhythms in the Syrian hamster. Brain Res, 813 (1), 139-49.

  77. Mistlberger RE, Antle MC (1998). Behavioral inhibition of light-induced phase shifts of circadian rhythms is phase and serotonin dependent. Brain Res, 786, 31-8.

  78. Piggins HD, Antle MC, Rusak B (1995). Neuropeptides phase shift the mammalian circadian pacemaker. J Neurosci, 15 (8), 5612-22.