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Larosa A, Nath M, Srivastava LK.  2019.  The 42nd Annual Meeting of the Canadian College of Neuropsychopharmacology. J Psychiatry Neurosci. 44(6):E21-E30.
[Anonymous].  2021.  Altered circadian rhythms in a mouse model of neurodevelopmental disorders based on prenatal maternal immune activation.. Brain Behav Immun.
Bhardwaj SK, Dodat F, Levesque D, Srivastava LK.  2018.  Altered regulation of Nur77 nuclear receptor gene expression in the mesocorticolimbic regions of rat brain by amphetamine sensitization.. Brain Res.
Liao R, Yan F, Zeng Z, Farhan M, Little P, Quirion R, Srivastava LK, Zheng W.  2016.  Amiodarone-Induced Retinal Neuronal Cell Apoptosis Attenuated by IGF-1 via Counter Regulation of the PI3k/Akt/FoxO3a Pathway.. Mol Neurobiol.
Delorme TC, Srivastava LK, Cermakian N.  2020.  Are Circadian Disturbances a Core Pathophysiological Component of Schizophrenia? J Biol Rhythms. 35(4):325-339.
Zeng Z, Wang X, Bhardwaj SK, Zhou X, Little PJ, Quirion R, Srivastava LK, Zheng W.  2016.  The Atypical Antipsychotic Agent, Clozapine, Protects Against Corticosterone-Induced Death of PC12 Cells by Regulating the Akt/FoxO3a Signaling Pathway.. Mol Neurobiol.
Baldwin CH, Srivastava LK.  2015.  Can the neurodevelopmental theory account for sex differences in schizophrenia across the life span? J Psychiatry Neurosci. 40(2):75-7.
Bhardwaj SK, Stojkovic K, Kiessling S, Srivastava LK, Cermakian N.  2015.  Constant light uncovers behavioral effects of a mutation in the schizophrenia risk gene Dtnbp1 in mice.. Behav Brain Res. 284:58-68.
Bhardwaj SK, Tse YChung, Ryan R, Wong TPan, Srivastava LK.  2014.  Impaired adrenergic-mediated plasticity of prefrontal cortical glutamate synapses in rats with developmental disruption of the ventral hippocampus.. Neuropsychopharmacology. 39(13):2963-73.
Bhardwaj SK, Ryan RT, Wong TPan, Srivastava LK.  2015.  Loss of dysbindin-1, a risk gene for schizophrenia, leads to impaired group 1 metabotropic glutamate receptor function in mice.. Front Behav Neurosci. 9:72.
[Anonymous].  2021.  Mice with dopaminergic neuron-specific deletion of DTNBP-1 gene show blunted nucleus accumbens dopamine release and associated behaviors.. Neuropharmacology. 184:108440.
Hui CWai, Bhardwaj SK, Sharma K, Joseph AT, Bisht K, Picard K, Tremblay M-È, Srivastava LK.  2019.  Microglia in the developing prefrontal cortex of rats show dynamic changes following neonatal disconnection of the ventral hippocampus.. Neuropharmacology. 146:264-275.
Nath M, Wong TPan, Srivastava LK.  2021.  Neurodevelopmental insights into circuit dysconnectivity in schizophrenia.. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry. 104:110047.
Hui CW, St-Pierre A, Hajj HEl, Remy Y, Hébert SS, Luheshi G, Srivastava LK, Tremblay M-È.  2018.  Prenatal Immune Challenge in Mice Leads to Partly Sex-Dependent Behavioral, Microglial, and Molecular Abnormalities Associated with Schizophrenia.. Front Mol Neurosci. 11:13.
Joseph AT, Bhardwaj SK, Srivastava LK.  2018.  Role of Prefrontal Cortex Anti- and Pro-inflammatory Cytokines in the Development of Abnormal Behaviors Induced by Disconnection of the Ventral Hippocampus in Neonate Rats.. Front Behav Neurosci. 12:244.
Mitazaki S, Nakagawasai O, Onogi H, Watanabe K, Takahashi K, Tan-No K, Quirion R, Srivastava LK, Tadano T.  2019.  Role of prefrontal cortical 5-HT receptors and serotonin transporter in the behavioral deficits in post-pubertal rats following neonatal lesion of the ventral hippocampus.. Behav Brain Res. 377:112226.
Al-Shammari AR, Bhardwaj SK, Musaelyan K, Srivastava LK, Szele FG.  2018.  Schizophrenia-related dysbindin-1 gene is required for innate immune response and homeostasis in the developing subventricular zone.. NPJ Schizophr. 4(1):15.
Allard M-J, Bergeron JD, Baharnoori M, Srivastava LK, Fortier L-C, Poyart C, Sébire G.  2017.  A sexually dichotomous, autistic-like phenotype is induced by Group B Streptococcus maternofetal immune activation.. Autism Res. 10(2):233-245.