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D. R. Zamzow, Elias, V., Legette, L. C. L., Choi, J., J Stevens, F., and Magnusson, K. R., Xanthohumol improved cognitive flexibility in young mice., Behav Brain Res, vol. 275, pp. 1-10, 2014.
M. Garcia-Jaramillo, Beaver, L. M., Truong, L., Axton, E. R., Keller, R. M., Prater, M. C., Magnusson, K. R., Tanguay, R. L., Stevens, J. F., and Hord, N. G., Nitrate and nitrite exposure leads to mild anxiogenic-like behavior and alters brain metabolomic profile in zebrafish., PLoS One, vol. 15, no. 12, p. e0240070, 2020.
D. R. Zamzow, Elias, V., Acosta, V. A., Escobedo, E., and Magnusson, K. R., Higher Levels of Protein Palmitoylation in the Frontal Cortex across Aging Were Associated with Reference Memory and Executive Function Declines., eNeuro, vol. 6, no. 1, 2019.
D. R. Zamzow, Elias, V., Acosta, V. A., Escobedo, E., and Magnusson, K. R., Higher levels of phosphorylated Y1472 on GluN2B subunits in the frontal cortex of aged mice are associated with good spatial reference memory, but not cognitive flexibility., Age (Dordr), vol. 38, no. 3, p. 50, 2016.
C. P. Wong, Magnusson, K. R., Sharpton, T. J., and Ho, E., Effects of zinc status on age-related T cell dysfunction and chronic inflammation., Biometals, vol. 34, no. 2, pp. 291-301, 2021.
A. Márquez Loza, Elias, V., Wong, C. P., Ho, E., Bermudez, M., and Magnusson, K. R., Effects of ibuprofen on cognition and NMDA receptor subunit expression across aging., Neuroscience, vol. 344, pp. 276-292, 2017.
J. Y. Zhong, Magnusson, K. R., Swarts, M. E., Clendinen, C. A., Reynolds, N. C., and Moffat, S. D., The application of a rodent-based Morris water maze (MWM) protocol to an investigation of age-related differences in human spatial learning., Behav Neurosci, vol. 131, no. 6, pp. 470-482, 2017.
N. C. Reynolds, Zhong, J. Y., Clendinen, C. A., Moffat, S. D., and Magnusson, K. R., Age-related differences in brain activations during spatial memory formation in a well-learned virtual Morris water maze (vMWM) task., Neuroimage, vol. 202, p. 116069, 2019.