Biography

Dr. Manoj P. Dandekar

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

McGovern Medical School

The University of Texas Health Science Center, USA


Email: md_manoj1@rediffmail.com


Qualifications

2009 Ph. D., R. T. M. Nagpur University, India


Publications

1. Dandekar MP, Luse D, Hoffmann C, Cotton P, Peery T, Ruiz C, Hussey C, Giridharan VV, Soares JC, Quevedo J, Fenoy AJ (2017). Increased dopamine receptor expression and antidepressant response following deep brain stimulation of the medial forebrain bundle. Journal of Affective Disorders 217, 80-88.

2. Bhorkar AA, Dandekar MP, Nakhate KT, Kokare DM, Subhedar NK (2014). Involvement of the central melanocortin system in the effects of caffeine on anxiety-like behavior in mice. Life Sciences 95, 72-80.

3. Dandekar MP, Nakhate KT, Kokare DM, Subhedar NK (2012). Involvement of CART in estradiol-induced anorexia. Physiology and Behavior 105, 460-469.

4. Dandekar MP, Nakhate KT, Kokare DM, Subhedar NK (2011). Effect of nicotine on feeding and body weight in rats: involvement of cocaine- and amphetamine-regulated transcript peptide. Behavioural Brain Research 16, 31-38.

5. Upadhya MA, Dandekar MP, Kokare DM, Singru PS, Subhedar NK (2011). Evidence for the participation of cocaine- and amphetamine-regulated transcript peptide (CART) in the fluoxetine-induced anti-hyperalgesia in neuropathic rats. Peptides 32, 317-326.

6. Kokare DM1, Dandekar MP1, Singru PS, Chopde CT and Subhedar NK (2010). Involvement of α-MSH in the social isolation induced anxiety- and depression-like behaviors in rat. 1These two authors contributed equally to the work. Neuropharmacology 58, 1009-1018.

7. Gajanan Deo, Dandekar MP, Kokare DM, and Subhedar NK (2010). Neuropeptide Y Y1 receptors in the central nucleus of amygdala mediate the anxiolytic-like effect of allopregnanolone in mice: Behavioral and immunocytochemical evidences. Brain Research 1318, 77-86.

8. Dandekar MP, Singru PS, Kokare DM and Subhedar NK (2009). Cocaine- and amphetamine-regulated transcript peptide (CART) plays a role in the manifestation of depression: social isolation and olfactory bulbectomy models reveal unifying principles. Neuropsychopharmacology 34, 1288-1300.

9. Nakhate KT, Dandekar MP, Kokare DM, Subhedar NK (2009). Involvement of neuropeptide Y Y1 receptors in the acute, chronic and withdrawal effects of nicotine on feeding and body weight in rats. European Journal of Pharmacology 609, 78-87.

10. Upadhya MA, Dandekar MP, Kokare DM, Singru PS and Subhedar NK (2009). Involvement of neuropeptide Y in the acute, chronic and withdrawal responses of morphine in nociception in neuropathic rats: behavioral and neuroanatomical correlates. Neuropeptides 43, 303-314.

11. Kamdi S, Nakhate KT, Dandekar MP, Kokare DM, Subhedar NK (2009). Participation of corticotropin-releasing factor type 2 receptors in the acute, chronic and withdrawal actions of nicotine associated with feeding behavior in rats. Appetite 53, 354-362.

12. Dandekar MP, Singru PS, Kokare DM, Lechan RM, Thim L, Clausen JT and Subhedar NK (2008). Importance of cocaine- and amphetamine-regulated transcript peptide (CART) in the central nucleus of amygdala in anxiogenic responses induced by ethanol withdrawal. Neuropsychopharmacology 33, 1127-1136.

13. Dandekar MP, Singru PS, Kokare DM and Subhedar NK (2008). Transient up-regulation of cocaine- and amphetamine-regulated transcript peptide (CART) immunoreactivity following ethanol withdrawal in rat hypothalamus. Brain Research 1240, 119-131.

14. Kokare DM, Singru PS, Dandekar MP, Chopde CT and Subhedar NK (2008). Involvement of alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone in ethanol exposure and withdrawal related depression in rat: anatomical-behavioral correlates. Brain Research 1216, 53-67.

15. Kokare DM, Dandekar MP, Chopde CT and Subhedar N (2005). Interaction between neuropeptide Y and alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone in amygdala regulates anxiety in rats. Brain Research 1043, 107-114.


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