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Venton Lab Publications:

Refereed Publications (from Venton lab)

30.) A.E. Ross, M.D. Nguyen, E. Privman,  B.J. Venton. Mechanical stimulation evokes rapid increases in adenosine concentration in the prefrontal cortex, Journal of Neurochemistry. in press. 
 
29.) M. Ngyuen, S.L. Lee, A.E. Ross, M. Ryals, V.I. Choudhry, B.J. Venton.  Characterization of spontaneous, transient adenosine release in the caudate-putamen and prefrontal cortex. PLOS One. 2014. 9(1): e87165.
 
28.) T.L. Vickrey, N. Xiao, B.J. Venton.  Kinetics of the dopamine transporter in Drosophila larva.  ACS Chemical Neuroscience. 2013, 4, 832-837.  PMC3656763
 
27.) H. Fang, M.L. Pajski, A.E. Ross, B.J. Venton.  Quantitation of dopamine, serotonin and adenosine content in a tissue punch from a brain slice using capillary electrophoresis with fast-scan cyclic voltammetry detection.  Analytical Methods, 2013, 5, 2704-2711. PMC3686531. 
 
26.) A.G. Zestos, M.D. Nguyen, B.L. Poe, C.B. Jacobs, and B.J. Venton.  Epoxy insulated carbon fiber and carbon nanotube fiber microelectrodes.  Sensors and Actuators B, 2013, 182, 652–658.

25.) M.L. Pajski and B.J. Venton.  The Mechanism of Electrically Stimulated Adenosine Release Varies by Brain Region. Purinergic Signaling, 2012.in press.  


24.) K.M. Glanowska, B.J. Venton, S.M. Moenter.  Fast Scan Cyclic Voltammetry (FSCV) as a novel method for detection of real time gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) release in mouse brain slices. Journal of Neuroscience, 2012. 32 (42), 14664-14669. 
PMC3492948.

23.) N. Xiao and B.J. Venton.  Rapid, sensitive detection of neurotransmitters at microelectrodes modified with self-assembled SWCNT forests.  Analytical Chemistry, 2012, in press.   

 

22.) A.E. Ross and B.J. Venton.  Nafion-CNT coated carbon-fiber microelectrodes for enhanced detection of adenosine.  Analyst, 2012, 137 (13), 3045 – 3051. PMC3392196.

 

21.) T.L. Vickrey and B.J. Venton.  Drosophila have functioning D2 autoreceptors.  ACS Chemical Neuroscience, 2011, 2, 723-729.  PMC: 330532.


20.) M.J. Peairs, A.E. Ross, and B.J. Venton.  Comparison of Nafion- and overoxidizedpolypyrrole-carbon nanotube electrodes for neurotransmitter detection.  Anal. Methods, 2011, 3, 2379 - 2386 .

19.) C.B. Jacobs, T.L. Vickrey, B.J. Venton. Functional groups modulate the sensitivity and electron transfer kinetics of neurochemicals at carbon nanotube modified microelectrodes. Analyst. 2011, 136, 3557 – 3565.
 
18.) H. Fang, T.L. Vickrey, and B.J. Venton.  Analysis of biogenic amines in a single Drosophila larva brain by capillary electrophoresis with fast-scan cyclic voltammetry detection.  Analytical Chemistry. 2011, 83, 2258–2264. PMC3058613.
 
17.) M.L. Pajski, B.J. Venton. Adenosine release evoked by short electrical stimulations in striatal brain slices is primarily activity dependent.  ACS Chemical Neuroscience. 2010, 1, 775-787. PMC3016054
 
16.) S. Cechova, A.M. Elsobky, B.J. Venton.  Adenosine A1 receptors self-regulate adenosine release in the striatum: evidence of autoreceptor characteristics.  Neuroscience.  2010, 171, 1006-1015. PMC2991493
 
15.) Y. Xu and B.J. Venton.  Rapid determination of adenosine deaminase kinetics using fast-scan cyclic voltammetry.  Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2010, 12, 10027-10032.
 
14.) C.B. Jacobs, M.J. Peairs, and B.J. Venton.  Carbon nanotube based electrochemical sensors for biomolecules.  Analytica Chimica Acta. 2010, 662, 105-127.
 
13.) X. Borue, B. Condron, B.J. Venton.  Both synthesis and reuptake are critical for replenishing the releasable serotonin pool in Drosophila.  Journal of Neurochemistry.  2010, 113, 188-199.  PMC2860618.

12.) Y. Xu and B.J. Venton.  Microelectrode Sensing of Adenosine/Adenosine-5’-triphosphate with Fast-Scan Cyclic Voltammetry.  Electroanalysis. 2010, 22, 1167-1174. 
 
11.) T. L. Vickrey, B. Condron, B.J. Venton.  Detection of endogenous dopamine changes in Drosophila using fast-scan cyclic voltammetry.  Analytical Chemistry.  2009, 81, 9306–9313.
 
10.) G. Shambat, A. Deberardinis, P. Reinke, B.J. Venton, L. Pu, J. Bean, B. Chen, J. Tour.  Addition Reaction and Characterization of Chlorotris(triphenylphosphine)iridium(I) on Silicon(111) Surfaces.  Applied Surface Science.  2009, 255, 8533-8538.

9.) S.E. Cooper and B.J. Venton. Fast-scan cyclic voltammetry for the detection of tyramine and octopamine.  Analytical Bioanalytical Chemistry, 2009, 394, 329-336. 

8.) X. Borue, S.E. Cooper, J. Hirsh, B. Condron, B.J. Venton.  Quantitative evaluation of serotonin release and reuptake in Drosophila.  Journal Neuroscience Methods, 2009, 179, 300-308. 

7.) M.L. Huffman and B.J. Venton.  Carbon fiber microelectrodes for in vivo applications. 
Analyst, 2009, 134, 18-24.
 
6.) M.L. Huffman and B.J. Venton.  Electrochemical properties of different carbon-fiber microelectrodes using fast-scan cyclic voltammetry.  Electroanalysis. 2008, 20, 2422-2428.
 
5.) C. B. Jacobs, T.L. Vickrey, and B.J. Venton.  Measuring chemical events in neurotransmission.  In “Encyclopedia of Chemical Biology”, Wiley, 2008. 

4.) A.M. Strand and B.J. Venton.  Flame etching enhances the sensitivity of carbon-fiber microelectrodes.  Analytical Chemistry, 2008, 80, 3708–3715.
 

3.) S. Cechova and B.J. Venton. Transient adenosine efflux in the rat caudate-putamen.  Journal of Neurochemistry, 2008, 105, 1253-1263.

2.) B.E. Kumara Swamy and B.J. VentonCarbon nanotube-modified microelectrodes for simultaneous detection of dopamine and serotonin in vivo.  Analyst, 2007, 132, 876-894.
* this article was highlighted in Chemical Technology, 2007, 4, T66.

1.) B.E. Kumara Swamy and B.J. Venton.  Subsecond detection of physiological adenosine concentrations using fast-scan cyclic voltammetry. Analytical Chemistry2007, 79, 744-750.

Book chapters

M.G. Roper, C. Guillo, and B.J. Venton.  High speed electrophoretic separations.  In “Handbook of Capillary and Microchip Electrophoresis and Associated Microtechniques” CRC Press: New York. J.P. Landers, editor, 2008. 


For Prof. Venton's publications previous to University of Virginia, please see her CV.


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