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ABSTRACTS OF PRESENTATIONS AT SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS 1. Woolley, Dorothy E., and Paola S. Timiras. Effects of sex hormones on electroshock seizure threshold and on glycogen and electrolyte distribution in brain of rats. The Pharmacologist 1(2):66, 1959. Timiras, Paola S., and Dorothy E. Woolley. Effects of estradiol on brain excitability in male rats. Proceedings of the First International Congress of Endocrinology, Copenhagen, Abstracts of Communications, p. 891-892, 1960. Woolley, D. E., M.R. Rosenzweig, D. Krech, E.L. Bennett, and P. S. Timiras. Strain and sex differences in threshold and pattern of electroshock convulsions in rats. The Physiologist 3(3):182, 1960. Woolley, Dorothy E., Paola S. Timiras, H. H. Srebnik, and Anthony Silva. Threshold and pattern of electroshock convulsions during estrous cycle in the rat. Federation Proceedings 20(l):198d, 1961. Woolley, D. E., and P. S. Timiras. Influences of gonadal hormones on convulsive reactivity. Presented at the Vllth International Congress of Neurology, Rome. Excerpta Medica, International Congress Series No. 38:Abstract No. 175, 1961. Woolley, D. E. Sex differences in pseudo-cholinesterase activity in selected brain areas of the rat. Presented at XXII International Congress of Physiological Sciences, Leiden. Excerpta Medica, International Congress Series No. 48:Abstract No. 815, 1962. Woolley, D E., and A. J. Silva. Prepyriform electrical activity after Metrazol (pentylenetetrazol) and Nembutal (pentobarbital). The Pharmacologist 5(2):273, 1963. Silva, Anthony J., and Dorothy E. Woolley. Spinal cord convulsions in developing rats injected with testosterone. The Pharmacologist 5(2):273, 1963. Woolley, D. E., A. J. Silva, and P. S. Timiras. Alterations in electrical activity of the prepyriform cortex during short-term altitude exposure. The Physiologist 6:299, 1963. 10. Woolley, D. E. Spectral analysis of evoked electrical responses of the prepyriform cortex during high altitude exposure. Federation Proceedings 23:521, 1964. 11. Woolley, D. E. and P. S. Timiras. Electrophysiological relations between the hippocampus and prepyriform cortex in the rat. Presented at the XXIII International Congress of Physiological Sciences, Tokyo, Japan, September 1965. Abstract published in proceedings of the meeting, Abstract No. 1019, 1965. 12. Timiras, P. S., G. Maletta, and D. E. Woolley. Abnormalities of cholinergic systems in the developing brain. Presented at the XXIII International Congress of Physiological Sciences, Tokyo, Japan, September 1965. Abstract published in proceedings of the meeting, Abstract No. 951, 1965. 13. Woolley, D. E., A. L. Runnells, and B. A. Barron. Distribution and electrophysiological effects of DDT in the CNS of the rat. Federation Proceedings 26(2):Abstract No. 966, 1967. 14. Woolley, D. E., C. Holinka, and P. Timiras. 3H -Estradiol distribution in brain and other tissues of adult and developing female rats. Federation Proceedings 27(2):Abstract No. 1584, 1968. 15. Woolley, D. E. Visual and auditory responses in the cerebellum of the rat. Proceedings of the Internatational Union of Physiological Sciences, Volume VII, XXIV International Congress, Washington, D.C.: Abstract No. 1418, 1968. 16. Woolley, D. E. Effects of acute and chronic exposure to DDT and of DDT- drug interactions on experimental seizure responses. Presented at the 6th International American Conference on Toxicology and Occupational Medicine, Coral Gables, Florida, August 1968. Abstract published in Indust. Med. Surg. 37(7):515, 1968. 17. Woolley, Dorothy, Gloria Talens, and Margaret Saari. Distribution of radioactivity after 3H testosterone administration in 4-day-old female rats. The Physiologist 12(3):Abstract No. 400, 1969. 18. McDonald, L. W., Dorothy E. Woolley, and Pamela Barnes. The effects of DDT 1, 1, 1 -trichloro-2,2-bis(p-chlorophenyl) ethane on the developing nervous system of the rat. IN: Proceedings of the Vlth International Congress of Neuropathology, Masson et Cie, Paris, pp. 105 and 130, 1970. 19. Woolley, D. E. Effects of tremorine on brain electrical activity in the rat. The Pharmacologist 12:Abstract No. 295, 1970. 20. Maurer, R. A., and D. E. Woolley. 3H-estradiol binding by "receptors" in rats: differential effects of clomiphene and androgen sterilization. Fed. Proc. 30(2):253, Abstract No. 335, 1971. 21. Pearson, T. R., G. A. Morse, and D. E. Woolley. Characteristics of photic-evoked potentials during development. Fed. Proc. 30(2):616, Abstract No. 2349, 1971. 22. Maurer, R. A., and D. E. Woolley. Alterations in receptor binding by 3H- estradiol produced by clomiphene and neonatal androgenization in the rat. Proc. XXV Intern. Congr. Physiol. Sci., July 25-31, 197 1, Munich. Abstract No. 1 1 16, p. 376, 197 1. 23. Reiter, Lawrence, Gloria Talens, and Dorothy E. Woolley. The effects of parathion on one-trial learning in mice. Federation Proceedings 31(2):552, Abstract No. 1908, 1972. 24. Pearson, T. R., G. M. Talens, and D. E. Woolley. Effects of DDT-treatment on visual-evoked potentials in immature monkeys (Macaca radiata). Federation Proceedings 31(2):821, Abstract No. 3422, 1972. 25. Woolley, D. E. The effects of DDT and parathion on development in the rat. Fifth International Congress of Pharmacology, July 23-28, 1972, San Francisco, Abstract No. 1533, p. 256, 1972. 26. Reiter, L., G. Talens, and D. Woolley. Effects of parathion (P) administration on cholinesterase activities and visual discrimination in monkeys. Fed. Proc. 32(3):250, Abstract No. 213, 1973. 27. Pearson, T. R., and D. E. Woolley. Development of visual evoked potentials in the monkey. Fed. Proc. 32(3):339, Abstract No. 688, 1973. 28. Maurer, Richard A., and Dorothy E. Woolley. Blocking effects of diethylstilbestrol on 3H-estradiol uptake in normal and androgenized rats. 55th Annual Meeting of the Endocrine Society, June 20-22, 1973, Chicago, Abstract No. 37, p. A-67, 1973. 29. Maurer, R., M. Vertes, and D. Woolley. Evidence for DES-blockable uptake in various brain areas of male, female, and androgenized female rats. International Society of Psychoneuroendocrinology, 4th International Congress, September 7-11, 1973, Berkeley. Abstracts of Short Communications, 1973. 30. Maurer, R. A., and D. E. Woolley. Receptor-mediated estradiol uptake in tissues of male, female and androgenized female rats at 100 and 200 days of age. Fed. Proc. 33(3):267, Abstract No. 364, 1974. 31. Vertes, M., D. Woolley, and L. Ogren. Brain estradiol (E2) receptors and blocking effects of testosterone administration. V International Congr6ss of Endocrinology, July 18-24, 1976, Hamburg. Published in proceedings of the meeting, 1976. 32. Overmann, S. R., R. L. Bornschein, and D. E. Woolley. Laminar analysis of the distribution of potentials in the hippocampus evoked by electrical stimulation of the septum and prepyriform cortex in the rat. Fed. Proc. 36(3):538, Abstract No. 1414, 1977. 33. Overmann, S., R. Bornschein, D. Woolley, and K. Swanson. Olfactory and septal evoked potentials in the dorsal hippocampus of awake and anesthetized rats. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., 3:203, Abstract No. 634, 1977. 34. Fox, D. A., S. R. Overmann, and D. E. Woolley. Early lead exposure and ontogeny of seizure responses in the rat. Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol. 45:270, Abstract No. 118, 1978. 35. Swanson, K., and D. Woolley. Neurotoxic effects of dieldrin. Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol. 45:339, Abstract No. 280, 1978. 36. Overmann, S., and D. Woolley. Neurobehavioral sequelae of neonatal lead exposure in rats. Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol. 48:A200, Abstract No. 400, 1979. 37. Campbell, J. B., V. K. Vijayan, and D. E. Woolley. Effect of lead exposure on development of hippocampal mossy fiber synapses. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 5:155, Abstract No. 493, 1979. 38. Chandler, D., D. Woolley, and S. Overmann. Evoked potential and electroencephalographic changes characteristic of the stages of kindling. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 5:271, Abstract No. 893, 1979. 39. Swanson, K., and D. Woolley. Evoked hippocampal potentials as a sensitive index of dieldrin's toxicity. Second International Congress on Toxicology, July 6-11, 1980, Brussels. Toxicol. Lett. (special edition). Abstract No. 0.45, p. 38, 1980. 40. Hope, W. G., and D. E. Woolley. Bromocryptine and apomorphine increase [3H]estradiol uptake by specific brain areas and pituitary in the rat. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 6:412, Abstract No. 140.2, 1980. 41. Campbell, J. B., D. E. Woolley, V. K. Vijayan, and S. R. Overmann. Effects of early postnatal lead exposure on hippocampal morphology in the 15-day-old rat. The Toxicologist l(l):61, Abstract No. 222, 1981. 42. Thompson, M. A., S. Conway, and D. Woolley. Evidence for involvement of dopamine in 3H-estradiol uptake by specific brain areas and pituitary in the rat. Presented at the 63rd Annual Meeting of The Endocrine Society, June 17-19, 1981, Cincinnati. Published in Endocrinology (supplement) 108:84, Abstract No. 6, 1981. 43. Campbell, J. B., D. E. Woolley, V. K. Vijayan, and S. R. Overmann. Morphometric alterations in the hippocampal formation of developing and adult rats following early 44. Gietzen, D. W., D. E. Woolley, and M. A. Thompson. Sex differences in [3H]estradiol uptake in brain and pituitary of the rat after bromocriptine treatment. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 7:722, Abstract No. 232.5, 198 1. 45. Zimmer, L., S. Overmann, and D. Woolley. Ontogeny of electroshock seizure and related behaviors in the rat. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 7:587, Abstract No. 187.14, 1981. 46. Hasan, Z., L. Zimmer, and D. Woolley. Differential effects of trimethyltin (TMT) on evoked potentials in the limbic system of the rat. Fed. Proc. 41(4):1226, Abstract No. 5579,1982. 47. Conway, S. B., D. E. Woolley, M. A. Thompson, and D. W. Gietzen. Serotonergic modulation of tritiated estradiol uptake by brain and pituitary in ovariectomized rats. Published in the Program of the 64th Annual Meeting of The Endocrine Society, June 1982, San Francisco, page 237, abstract No. 629, 1982. 48. Gietzen, D. W. and D. E. Woolley. Sex differences in tritiated estradiol uptake in brain and pituitary of the rat after increased endogenous brain dopamine levels. Published in the Program of the 64th Annual Meeting of The Endocrine Society, June, 1982, San Francisco, page 238, abstract no. 634, 1982. 49. Gietzen, D. W., D. E. Woolley, W. G. Hope, M. A. Thompson, and S. B. Conway. Sex differences in tritiated estradiol uptake in brain and pituitary of the rat after endogenous and exogenous dopaminergic treatments. European Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry Symposia, Bielefeld (FRG), September 811, 1982. Abstracts of the 4th Conference, pages 188-189, 1982. 50. Zimmer, L., Z. Hasan, D. Woolley, and L. Chang. Limbic evoked potentials and brain levels of tin after a single dose of trimethyltin in the rat. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 8:971, Abstract No. 278.6, 1982. 51. Chang, L. W., D. E. Woolley, and L. Zimmer. Dose and time-course effects in neuropathology production in rats following trimethyltin intoxication. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 8: 101 1, Abstract No. 286.PO, 1982. 52. Gietzen, D. W. and D. E. Woolley. Acetylcholinesterase (AChE) activity in the brain of rat pups and dams after exposure to lead via the maternal water supply. NeuroToxicology 3(3):116-117, 1982. 53. Zimmer, L., Z. Hassan, D. Woolley, and L. Chang. Evoked potentials in the limbic system of the rat reveal sites of trimethyltin toxicity. NeuroToxicology 3(3):135-136, 1982. 54. Zimmer, L., Z. Hasan, and D. Woolley. Differential electrophysiological effects of trimethyltin on limbic structures. The Toxicologist 3(l):134, Abstract No. 536, 1983. 55. Woolley-Efigenio, N. D., D. E. Woolley, M. F. Ferrell, and P. M. Dreyfus. Effects of thiamin on the neurotoxicity of lead. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 9(Part 1):671, Abstract No. 198.12, 1983. 56. Woolley, D., Z. Hasan, L. Zimmer, and N. Woolley-Efigenio. Dietary zinc alters the neurotoxicity of lead. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 9(Part 1):671, Abstract No. 198.13, 1983. 57. Zimmer, L. and D. Woolley. Lindane potentiates hippocampal potentials evoked by stimulation of the prepyriform cortx (PPC). Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 10 (Part 2): 1202, Abstract No. 346.14,1984. 58. Woolley, D., L. Zimmer, and Z. Hasan. Trimethyltin (TMT) selectively potentiates hippocampal potentials evoked by stimulation of the prepyriform cortex. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. IO(Part 2):1203, Abstract No. 346.15, 1984. 59. Woolley, D., and L. Zimmer. Effects of organochlorine insecticides: Unsolved problems. NeuroToxicology 5(4):72, 1984. 60. Woolley, D., L. Zimmer and D. Dodge. Time course of various toxicological effects of lindane in the rat. The Toxioxicologist 5(l):85, Abstract No. 339, 1985. 61. Griffith, J.A. and D. E. Woolley. Lindane-induced hypothermia and anorexia: effects of route of administration and antagonism by type 1, but not type 11, benzodiazepine agonists in the rat. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 12(Part 1):663, Abstract No. 181.17, 1986. 62. Drummer, Lynn, L. Zimmer, and D. Woolley. Do GABAergic systems modulate the responsiveness of the dentate gyrus to the input from the prepyriform cortex? Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 12(Part 1):668, Abstract No. 183.7, 1986. 63. Woolley, D.E. and H.L. Drummer. Toxicokinetics of lindane, picrotoxin and Ro54864 compared. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 14(Part 2):1219, Abstract No. 492.8, 1988. 64. Hasan, Z., D. Woolley, K-S. Dai, L. Drummer. Chlordane alters limbic evoked potentials. The Toxicologist 9(l): 148, Abstract No. 593, 1989. 65. Dai, K.-S., Z.A. Hasan and D.E. Woolley. Effects of Ro 5-4864 and chlordane on limbic evoked potentials in the freely behaving female rat. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 15 (part 1): p. 669, 1989. 66. Drummer, H.L. and D.E. Woolley. PK 11195 and Ro 15-1788 alter the toxicity of Ro 5-4864 and lindane. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 15 (part 1): 669, Abstract No. 272.17, 1989. 67. Woolley, D.E., K.-S. Dai and H.L. Drummer. Kinetics of Ro 5-4864-induced changes in limbic evoked potentials in the freely behaving rat. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 16(Part 1): 125, Abstract No. 54.6, 1990. 68. Woolley, D.E., K.-S. Dai and G.L. Rosenquist. The CCK antagonist MK-329 (MK) exacerbates lindane-induced seizures. The Pharmacologist 33(3): 146, Abstract No. 50, 1991. 69. Dai, K.-S., D.E. Woolley, L. Zimmer and Z.A. Hasan. Duration of lindane-induced changes in dentate evoked responses depends on input path. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 18(Part 1): Abstract No. 141.21, 1992. 70. Gietzen, D.W., Z. Hasan, and D.E. Woolley. Neuronal responses in the pyriform cortex and recognition of essential amino acid deficiency. 1lth Int. Conf. on Physiol. of Food and Fluid Intake (ICPFFI I 1), Oxford, July 28-30, 1993. Abstract on p. 31. 71. Woolley, D.E., K.-S. Dai, D.W. Gietzen and M. Skupinsky. Relative effects of devazepide on food intake and body weight. Proc. West. Pharmacol. Soc. 38: 165, 1995. 72. Skupinsky, M. and D.E. Woolley. Delayed effects of devazepide, a CCK antagonist, on food and water intake and body weight. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 21(Part 1): 460, Abstract No. 188.10, 1995. 73. Hasan, Z.A. and D.E. Woolley. Limbic evoked potentials during propofol-induced sleep and recovery. The Pharmacologist 39(l): 1 10, Abstract No. 484, 1997. 74. Hasan, Z.A. and D.E. Woolley. Propofol produces biphasic effects - depression and withdrawal rebound - on some but not all - limbic evoked potentials. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 23(Part 2): No. 818.20, p. 2107, 1997. 75. Garcia, E., L. Drummer and D.E. Woolley. PK 11195 exacerbates the hypothermic effect of lindane and of RO 5-4864, and directly inhibits intestinal motility to slow lindane absorption. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 24 (Part1): No. 92.15, p. 42, 1998. 76. Woolley, D., E. Garcia, L. Drummer, K. Dai. Lindane per os inhibits its own absorption; PK 11195 exacerbates and devazepide antagonizes this. The Toxicologist 54 (No. 1): abs. # 1250, p. 266, 2000. 77. Garcia, E.F., V.T. Hoang, B.K. So and D.E. Woolley. Time course of the effects of acute exposure to heptachlor on [3H]PK11195 binding in the rat brain. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 26 (No. 1): abs # 94.6, p. 264, 2000. 78. Garcia, E.F., B.K. So, V.T. Hoang, and D.E. Woolley. First increased and then decreased peripheral benzodiazepine receptor (PBR) binding in brain follow both electroshock- and heptachlor-induced seizures. The Toxicologist 60 (No. 1): abs. # 1167, p. 245, 2001. 79. Woolley, D.E. and Z.A. Hasan. Long-lasting proconvulsant and anticonvulsant changes in limbic evoked responses are produced by the GABA-antagonist heptachlor. Soc. Neurosci. Abs. 27 (No.1): abs # 759.5, 2001. 80. Garcia, E.F., B.J. Baliwas, T.T. Tran and D.E. Woolley. Sex differences in expression of peripheral benzodiazepine receptor (PBR) binding sites in rat brain after the administration of heptachlor and heptachlor epoxide during development. The Toxicologist, 2003.

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