Ming-Hu Han, Ph.D.
Ming-Hu Han, Ph.D.
Department of Mental Health and Public Health, Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology
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Molecular Adaptations Underlying Susceptibility and Resistance to Social Defeat in Brain Reward Regions
V Krishnan, MH Han, DL Graham, O Berton, W Renthal, SJ Russo, ...
Cell 131, 391-404, 2007
Neurobiology of resilience
SJ Russo, JW Murrough, MH Han, DS Charney, EJ Nestler
Nature Neuroscience 15 (11), 1475-84, 2012
Rapid regulation of depression-related behaviours by control of midbrain dopamine neurons
D Chaudhury, JJ Walsh, AK Friedman, B Juarez, SM Ku, JW Koo, ...
Nature 493 (7433), 532-536, 2013
Cell type-specific loss of BDNF signaling mimics optogenetic control of cocaine reward
MK Lobo, HE Covington III, D Chaudhury, AK Friedman, HS Sun, ...
Science 330 (6002), 385-90, 2010
Enhancing depression mechanisms in midbrain dopamine neurons achieves homeostatic resilience
AK Friedman, JJ Walsh, B Juarez, SM Ku, D Chaudhury, J Wang, X Li, ...
Science 344 (6181), 313-319, 2014
Ventral hippocampal afferents to the nucleus accumbens regulate susceptibility to depression
RC Bagot, EM Parise, CJ Peña, HX Zhang, I Maze, D Chaudhury, ...
Nature Communications 6, 7062, 2015
Mesolimbic dopamine neurons in the brain reward circuit mediate susceptibility to social defeat and antidepressant action
JL Cao, HE Covington, AK Friedman, MB Wilkinson, JJ Walsh, ...
The Journal of Neuroscience 30 (49), 16453-16458, 2010
CREB regulation of nucleus accumbens excitability mediates social isolation–induced behavioral deficits
DL Wallace, MH Han, DL Graham, TA Green, V Vialou, SD Iñiguez, ...
Nature Neuroscience 12 (2), 200-209, 2009
Dopaminergic dynamics underlying sex-specific cocaine reward
ES Calipari, B Juarez, C Morel, DM Walker, ME Cahill, E Ribeiro, ...
Nature Communications 8, 13877, 2017
IκB kinase regulates social defeat stress-induced synaptic and behavioral plasticity
DJ Christoffel, SA Golden, D Dumitriu, AJ Robison, WG Janssen, HF Ahn, ...
The Journal of Neuroscience 31 (1), 314-321, 2011
HDAC2 regulates atypical antipsychotic responses through the modulation of mGlu2 promoter activity
M Kurita, T Holloway, A García-Bea, A Kozlenkov, AK Friedman, ...
Nature Neuroscience 15 (9), 1245-1254, 2012
Stress and CRF gate neural activation of BDNF in the mesolimbic reward pathway
JJ Walsh, AK Friedman, H Sun, EA Heller, SM Ku, B Juarez, VL Burnham, ...
Nature Neuroscience 17 (1), 27-29, 2014
ΔFosB induction in striatal medium spiny neuron subtypes in response to chronic pharmacological, emotional, and optogenetic stimuli
MK Lobo, S Zaman, DM Damez-Werno, JW Koo, RC Bagot, JA DiNieri, ...
The Journal of Neuroscience 33 (47), 18381-18395, 2013
Essential Role of Mesolimbic Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor in Chronic Social Stress–Induced Depressive Behaviors
JW Koo, B Labonté, O Engmann, ES Calipari, B Juarez, Z Lorsch, ...
Biological Psychiatry 80 (6), 469-478, 2015
Locus-specific epigenetic remodeling controls addiction-and depression-related behaviors
EA Heller, HM Cates, CJ Peña, H Sun, N Shao, J Feng, SA Golden, ...
Nature Neuroscience 17 (12), 1720-1727, 2014
Neurobiology of resilience: Interface between mind and body
F Cathomas, JW Murrough, EJ Nestler, MH Han, SJ Russo
Biological Psychiatry 40 (32), 6228-6233, 2019
Epigenetic modulation of inflammation and synaptic plasticity promotes resilience against stress in mice
J Wang, GE Hodes, H Zhang, S Zhang, W Zhao, SA Golden, W Bi, ...
Nature Communications 9 (1), 477, 2018
Basal forebrain projections to the lateral habenula modulate aggression reward
SA Golden, M Heshmati, M Flanigan, DJ Christoffel, K Guise, ML Pfau, ...
Nature 534 (7609), 688-692, 2016
Establishment of a repeated social defeat stress model in female mice
A Takahashi, JR Chung, S Zhang, H Zhang, Y Grossman, H Aleyasin, ...
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 12838, 2017
BDNF Is a Negative Modulator of Morphine Action
JW Koo, MS Mazei-Robison, D Chaudhury, B Juarez, Q LaPlant, ...
Science 338 (6103), 124-8, 2012
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