Gary A. Oltmans, PhD

Professor Emeritus, Pharmaceutical Sciences
College of Pharmacy
Building: HSB
Room: 2.623
Phone: 847-578-8676
Email: Gary.Oltmans@rosalindfranklin.edu 

Recent Publications

Drengler, S.M., Lorden, J.F., Billitz, M.S., and Oltmans, G.A. (1996)  Adrenergic Agents inhibit rapid increases in cerebellar Purkinje cell glutamic acid decarboxylase (GAD67) mRNA levels after climbing fiber lesions or reserpine treatment.  J. Neuroscience, 615:1844-1851.

Drengler, S.M. and Oltmans, G.A. (1993)  Rapid increases in cerebellar Purkinje cell glutamic acid decarboxylase (GAD67) mRNA after lesion-induced increases in cell firing.  Brain Research, 615:175-179.

Lutes, J., Lorden, J.F., Davis, B.J., and Oltmans, G.A. (1992)  GABA levels and GAD immunoreactivity in the deep cerebellar nuclei of rats with altered olivo-cerebellar function.  Brain Res. Bull., 29:329-336.

Litwak, J., Mercugliano, M., Chesselet, M.-F., and Oltmans, G. (1990)  Increased glutamic acid decarboxylase (GAD) mRNA and GAD activity in cerebellar Purkinje cells following lesion-induced increases in cell firing.  Neuroscience Letters, 116:179-183.

Beales, M., Lorden, J.F.,Walz, E., and Oltmans, G.A. (1990)  Quantitative autoradiography reveals selective changes in cerebellar GABA receptors of the rat mutant dystonic.  J. Neuroscience, 10:1874-1885.

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