Publications

Recent/Representative Journal Articles

Santollo, J., K.L. Volcko, & D. Daniels (2018) Sex differences in the behavioral desensitization of water intake observed after repeated central injections of angiotensin II. Endocrinology, 159(2):676-684[PubMed link]

Postolache, M., J. Santollo, & D. Daniels (2017) Associative learning contributes to the increased water intake observed after daily injections of angiotensin II. Physiology & Behavior, 179:340:345 [PubMed link]

Santollo, J., A-M Torregrossa, & D. Daniels (2017) Sex differences in the drinking response to angiotensin II (AngII): Effect of body weight. Hormones & Behavior, 93:128-136. [PubMed link]

Plyler, K.S. & D. Daniels (2017) Fourth ventricle injection of ghrelin decreases angiotensin II-induced fluid intake and neuronal activation in the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus. Physiology & Behavior, in press [PubMed link]

Santollo, J., A. Marshall, K.S. Curtis, R.C. Speth, S.D. Clark, and D. Daniels (2016) Divergent effects of ERα and ERβ on fluid intake by female rats are not dependent on concomitant changes in AT1R expression or body weight. American Journal of Physiology – Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 311(1):R14-23[PubMed link]

Daniels. D. (2016) Angiotensin II (de)sensitization: fluid intake studies with implications for cardiovascular control. Physiology & Behavior, 162:141-6. [PubMed link]

Santollo, J. and D. Daniels. (2015) Activation of G protein-coupled estrogen receptor 1 (GPER-1) decreases fluid intake in female rats. Hormones and Behavior, 73: 39-46. [PubMed link]

Santollo, J. and D. Daniels.(2015) Multiple estrogen receptor subtypes influence ingestive behavior in female rodents. Physiology & Behavior, 152: 431-437. [PubMed link]

Santollo, J. and D. Daniels. (2015) Control of fluid intake by estradiol in the female rat: role of the hypothalamus. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, 9, 25. [PubMed link]

Gasparini, S., J.V. Menani, and D. Daniels. (2015) Moxonidine into the lateral parabrachial nucleus modifies postingestive signals involved in sodium intake control. Neuroscience, 284:768-774. [PubMed link]

MacLaren, D.A., T. Markovic, D. Daniels, and S.D. Clark. (2015) Enhanced consumption of salient solutions following pedunculopontine tegmental lesions. Neuroscience, 284:381-399. [PubMed link]

McKay, N.J., D.L. Galante, and D. Daniels. (2014) Fluid and food intakes engage separable elements of the endogenous glucagon-like peptide-1 system in rats. Journal of Neuroscience, 34(49):16417-23 [PubMed link]

Santollo, J., P.E. Whalen, R.C. Speth, and D. Daniels. (2014) Properly timed exposure to central angiotensin II prevents behavioral sensitization and changes in angiotensin receptor expression. American Journal of Physiology – Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 307(12):R1396-404. [PubMed link]

Marshall, A., J. Santollo, C. Corteville, T.A. Lutz, and D. Daniels (2014). Roux-en-Y gastric bypass does not affect daily water intake or the drinking response to dipsogenic stimuli in rats. American Journal of Physiology – Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 307:R114-R120.   [PubMed link]

Vento, P.J. and D. Daniels. (2014) The anteroventral third ventricle region is critical for the behavioral desensitization caused by repeated injections of angiotensin II. Behavioural Brain Research, 258: 27-33. [PubMed link]

Santollo, J, A. Marshall, and D. Daniels. (2013) Activation of membrane-associated estrogen receptors decreases food and water intake in ovariectomized rats.  Endocrinology, 154(1):320-329. [PubMed link]

McKay, N.J. and D. Daniels. (2013) Glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonist administration suppresses both water and saline intake in rats. Journal of Neuroendocrinology,25:929-938.  [PubMed link]

Vento, P.J. and D. Daniels. (2012) Mitogen-activated protein kinase is required for the behavioural desensitization that occurs after repeated injections of angiotensin II. Experimental Physiology, 97(12):1305-1314. [PubMed link]

Marshall, A. and D. Daniels. (2012) Evaluating the potential for rostral diffusion in the cerebral ventricles using angiotensin II-induced drinking in rats. Brain Research, 1486: 62-67. [PubMed link]

McKay, N., S. Kanoski, M.R. Hayes, and D. Daniels. (2011) Glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists suppress water intake independent of effects on food intake. American Journal of Physiology – Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 301:R1755-R1764. [PubMed link]

Mietlicki, E.G. and D. Daniels. (2011) Ghrelin reduces hypertonic saline intake in a variety of natriorexigenic conditions. Experimental Physiology. [PubMed link]

Vento, P. and D. Daniels (2010). Repeated administration of angiotensin II reduces its dipsogenic effects without affecting saline intake. Experimental Physiology, 95(6): 736-745. [PubMed link]

Daniels, D., E.G. Mietlicki, E.L. Nowak, & S.J. Fluharty (2009).  Angiotensin II stimulates water and NaCl intake through separate cell signalling pathways in rats. Experimental Physiology, 94(1):130-137. [PubMed link]

Daniels, D., D.K. Yee, L.F. Faulconbridge, and S.J. Fluharty (2005) Divergent behavioral roles of angiotensin receptor intracellular signaling cascades. Endocrinology,146 (12):5552-60. [PubMed link]