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Bailey, S. J. and McCaffery, P. J., 2010. Vulnerability of the brain to neuropsychiatric disorders resulting from abnormal thyroid hormone or vitamin D homeostasis. In: Ritsner, M., ed. Brain Protection in Schizophrenia, Mood and Cognitive Disorders. Netherlands: Springer, pp. 105-133.

Bailey, S. J. and McCaffery, P. J., 2009. Retinoic acid signalling in neuropsychiatric disease: possible markers and treatment agents. In: Ritsner, M. S., ed. The Handbook of Neuropsychiatric Biomarkers, Endophenotypes, and Genes. Volume III: Metabolic and Peripheral Biomarkers.Vol. 3. Netherlands: Springer, pp. 171-189.

Articles

Jackson, M., Wickens, R., Bailey, S. and Mackenzie, A., 2016. The profile of P2X7 receptor expression and properties in polarized primary mouse microglia cultures. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 30 (Abstract Supplement ), A98.

Wickens, R., Ver Donck, L., Mackenzie, A. and Bailey, S., 2015. The effect of housing conditions on lipopolysaccharide-induced depressive-like behaviour in mice. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 29 (8 (Abstract Suppleme), A08.

Casal-Dominguez, J. J., Furkert, D., Ostovar, M., Teintang, L., Clarke, M. J., Traynor, J. R., Husbands, S. M. and Bailey, S. J., 2014. Characterization of BU09059:A novel potent selective κ-receptor antagonist. ACS Chemical Neuroscience, 5 (3), pp. 177-184.

O'Reilly, K. C., Shumake, J., Bailey, S. J., Gonzalez-Lima, F. and Lane, M. A., 2009. Chronic 13-cis-retinoic acid administration disrupts network interactions between the raphe nuclei and the hippocampal system in young adult mice. European Journal of Pharmacology, 605 (1-3), pp. 68-77.

O'Reilly, K., Bailey, S. J. and Lane, M. A., 2008. Retinoid-mediated regulation of mood: Possible cellular mechanisms. Experimental Biology and Medicine, 233 (3), pp. 251-258.

O'Reilly, K. C., Bailey, S. J. and Lane, M. A., 2007. 13-Cis-retinoic acid alters serotonin reuptake transporter levels in RN46A-B14 raphe nuclei cells. FASEB Journal, 21 (6), A1178-A1178.

O'Reilly, K. C., Trent, S., Bailey, S. J. and Lane, M. A., 2007. 13-cis-retinoic acid alters intracellular serotonin, increases 5-HT1A receptor, and serotonin reuptake transporter levels in vitro. Experimental Biology and Medicine, 232, pp. 1195-1203.

O'Reilly, K. C., Shumake, J., Gonzalez-Lima, F., Lane, M. A. and Bailey, S. J., 2006. Chronic administration of 13-cis-retinoic acid increases depression-related behavior in mice. Neuropsychopharmacology, 31 (9), pp. 1919-1927.

Slater, C. R., Fawcett, P. R. W., Walls, T. J., Lyons, P. R., Bailey, S. J., Beeson, D., Young, C. and Gardner-Medwin, D., 2006. Pre- and post-synaptic abnormalities associated with impaired neuromuscular transmission in a group of patients with 'limb-girdle myasthenia'. Brain, 129, pp. 2061-2076.

Lane, M. A. and Bailey, S. J., 2005. Role of retinoid signalling in the adult brain. Progress in Neurobiology, 75, pp. 275-293.

Wood, S. J. and Toth, M., 2001. Molecular pathways of anxiety revealed by knockout mice. Molecular Neurobiology, 23 (2-3), pp. 101-119.

Wood, S. and Slater, C. R., 2001. Safety factor at the neuromuscular junction. Progress in Neurobiology, 64 (4), pp. 393-429.

Olivier, B., Pattij, T., Wood, S. J., Oosting, R., Sarnyai, Z. and Toth, M., 2001. The 5-HT1A receptor knockout mouse and anxiety. Behavioural Pharmacology, 12 (6-7), pp. 439-450.

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