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Nándor Lipták

Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences

My name is Lipták, Nándor. I am a research fellow in the Animal Biotechnology Department, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences, in Gödöllő, Hungary. Our goal is to establish and characterize transgenic and knock-out rabbit and mouse lines for modeling human diseases. We also develop new methods for secretion of recombinant protein into different biological fluids of transgenic rabbits. During my PhD studies, I participated in the Neuroendocrine Program of the Doctoral School of Theoretical Medicine, University of Szeged. My research topic was to investigate the analgesic tolerance to morphine, neuropeptide-morphine interactions and anxiety-like behavior in mice and rats.

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Parallel valence processing alterations associated with compulsive behavior in SAPAP3 knockout mice and human OCD

Bridget L. Kajs, Peter J. van Roessel, Gwynne L. Davis, et al.



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Sex differences in behavioral and brainstem transcriptomic neuroadaptations following neonatal opioid exposure in outbred mice

Kristyn N. Borrelli, Emily J. Yao, Will W. Yen, et al.



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Fetal estrogens are not involved in sex determination but critical for early ovarian differentiation in rabbits

Geneviève Jolivet, Nathalie Daniel-Carlier, Erwana Harscoët, et al.



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Comparison of morphine, oxycodone and the biased MOR agonist SR-17018 for tolerance and efficacy in mouse models of pain

Fani Pantouli, Travis W. Grim, Cullen L. Schmid, et al.



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Hydroxychloroquine increased psychiatric-like behaviors and disrupted the expression of related genes in the mouse brain

H Xu, XY Zhang, WW Wang, et al.



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PACAP induces light aversion in mice by an inheritable mechanism independent of CGRP

Adisa Kuburas, Bianca N. Mason, Benjamin Hing, et al.



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Increased SGK1 activity potentiates mineralocorticoid/NaCl-induced hypertension and kidney injury

Catalina Sierra-Ramos, Silvia Velazquez-Garcia, Ayse G. Keskus, et al.



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Facilitating mGluR4 activity reverses the long-term deleterious consequences of chronic morphine exposure

Jerome AJ Becker, Lucie P Pellissier, Yannick Corde, et al.



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