Dr. Robin Lewis Cooper

Dr. Robin Lewis Cooper

Professor
University of Kentucky, USA


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Physiology from Texas Tech University, Texas, USA

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Biography

Dr. Robin Lewis Cooper is currently working as a Professor at Department of Biology, University of Kentucky, Lexington Kentucky, USA. He received his PhD degree in Department of Physiology and BS (double major-Chemistry & Zoology) from Texas Tech University in 1989 & 1983, respectively. He did research training from different institutes and also completed a nursing degree (BSN) as well as produced many laboratory exercises for Animal Physiology and Neurophysiology Labs. He is member in the following scientific societies, Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (Formerly known as American Society of Zoologists), Division of Neurobiology, Society for Neuroscience, Blue Grass Grotto - National Speleological Society as a biologist, National League for Nursing, since 2011, American Nurses Association, since 2011, Southern Nursing Research Society (SNRS), since 2011. Dr. Robin Lewis Cooper received number of grants and also participated in awarded grants. PhD students (10) and MS students (10) received awards under his supervision. He published (2) book chapters, (1) manual, (160) articles in journals, (600) proceedings as author/reviewer. Dr. Robin Lewis Cooper is providing his services as advisor for PhD and MS students in University of Kentucky. He is also providing his services at national and international level as an editor and reviewer. See web pages: http://web.as.uky.edu/Biology/faculty/cooper/

Area of Interest:

Biomedical Sciences
100%
Neurophysiology
62%
Nervous System
90%
Neurobiology
75%
Applied Sciences
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Wu, W.H. and R.L. Cooper, 2013. Physiological separation of vesicle pools in low- and high-output nerve terminals. Neurosci. Res., 75: 275-282.
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  2. Bierbower, S.M., Z.P. Shuranova, K. Viele and R.L. Cooper, 2013. Comparative study of environmental factors influencing motor task learning and memory retention in sighted and blind crayfish. Brain. Behav., 3: 4-13.
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  3. Bierbower, S.M., J. Nadolski and R.L. Cooper, 2013. Sensory systems and environmental change on behavior during social interactions. Int. J. Zool., 2013: 1-16.
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  4. Bierbower, S.M. and R.L. Cooper, 2013. The mechanistic action of carbon dioxide on a neural circuit and NMJ communication. J. Exp. Zool., 319: 340-354.
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  5. Wu, W.H. and R.L. Cooper, 2012. The regulation and packaging of synaptic vesicles as related to recruitment within glutamatergic synapses. Neuroscience, 225: 185-198.
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  6. Wu, W.H. and R.L. Cooper, 2012. Role of serotonin in the regulation of synaptic transmission in invertebrate NMJs. Exp. Neurobiol., 21: 101-112.

  7. Chung, Y.S., R.M. Cooper, J. Graff and R.L. Cooper, 2012. The acute and chronic effect of low temperature on survival, heart rate and neural function in crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) and prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) species. Open J. Mol. Integr. Physiol., 2: 75-86.
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  8. Robinson, M.M., J.M. Martin, H.L. Atwood and R.L. Cooper, 2011. Modeling biological membranes with circuit boards and measuring electrical signals in axons: Student laboratory exercises. J. Vis. Exp., Vol. 47. 10.3791/2325.
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  9. Johnstone, A.F.M., K. Viele and R.L. Cooper, 2011. Structure/Function assessment of crayfish neuromuscular junctions: Stem regions. Synapse, 65: 287-299.

  10. Cooper, R.M., H. Schapker, H. Adami and R.L. Cooper, 2011. Heart and ventilatory measures in crayfish during copulation. Open J. Mol. Integ. Physiol., 1: 36-42.

  11. Cooper, A.S., B. Leksrisawat, A.J. Mercier, A.B. Gilberts and R.L. Cooper, 2011. Physiological experimentations with the crayfish hindgut. J. Visual. Exp., Vol. 18. 10.3791/2324.
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  12. Baierlein, B., A.L. Thurow, H.L. Atwood and R.L. Cooper, 2011. Membrane potentials, synaptic responses, neuronal circuitry, neuromodulation and muscle histology using the crayfish: Student laboratory exercises. J. Visual. Exp., Vol. 18. 10.3791/2322.
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  13. Wu, W.H. and R.L. Cooper, 2010. Physiological recordings of high and low output NMJs on the crayfish leg extensor muscle. J. Vis. Exp. Vol. 45. 10.3791/2319.
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  14. Wigginton, A.J., R.L. Cooper, E.M. Fryman-Gripshover and W.J. Birge, 2010. Effects of cadmium and body mass on the anti-predator behaviors of five species of crayfish. Int. J. Zool. Res., 6: 39-51.
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  15. Leksrisawat, B., A.S. Cooper, A.B. Gilberts and R.L. Cooper, 2010. Muscle receptor organs in the crayfish abdomen: A student laboratory exercise in proprioception. J. Vis. Exp., Vol. 45. 10.3791/2323.
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  16. Desai-Shah, M., A.R. Papoy, M. Ward and R.L. Cooper, 2010. Roles of the sarcoplasmic/Endoplasmic reticulum Ca2+-ATPase, plasma membrane Ca2+-ATPase and Na+/Ca2+ exchanger in regulation of heart rate in larval Drosophila. Open Physiol. J., 3: 16 -36.
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  17. Desai-Shah, M. and R.L. Cooper, 2010. Actions of NCX, PMCA and SERCA on short-term facilitation and maintenance of transmission in nerve terminals. Open Physiol. J., 3: 37-50.
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  18. Bierbower, S.M. and R.L. Cooper, 2010. The effects of acute carbon dioxide on behavior and physiology in Procambarus clarkia. J. Exp. Zool., 313A: 484-497.
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  19. Lee, J.Y., D. Bhatt, D. Bhatt, W.Y. Chung and R.L. Cooper, 2009. Furthering pharmacological and physiological assessment of the glutamatergic receptors at the Drosophila neuromuscular junction. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. Part C: Toxicol. Pharmacol., 150: 546-557.
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  20. Desai-Shah, M. and R.L. Cooper, 2009. Different mechanisms of Ca2+ regulation that influence synaptic transmission: Comparison between crayfish and Drosophila neuromuscular junctions. Synapse, 63: 1100-1121.
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  21. Dasari, S., L. Wang, D.A. Harrison and R.L. Cooper, 2009. Reduced and misexpression of 5-HT2 receptors alters development, behavior and CNS activity in Drosophila melanogaster. Int. J. Zool., 51: 101-114.
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  22. Cooper, A.S., R.L. Cooper, 2009. Historical view and physiology demonstration at the NMJ of the crayfish opener muscle. J. Vis. Exp., Vol. 33. 10.3791/1595.
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  23. Bierbower, S.M. and R.L. Cooper, 2009. Measures of heart and ventilatory rates in freely moving crayfish. J. Visualized Exp., Vol. 32. 10.3791/1595.
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  24. Johnstone, A.F.M., S. Kellie and R.L. Cooper, 2008. Presynaptic depression in phasic motor nerve terminals and influence of 5-HT on docked vesicles. Open Neurosci. J., 2: 16-23.
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  25. Desai-Shah, M., K. Viele, G. Sparks, J. Nadolski, B. Hayden, V.K. Srinivasan and R.L. Cooper, 2008. Assessment of synaptic function during short-term facilitation in motor nerve terminals in the crayfish. Open Neurosci. J., 2: 24-35.
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  26. Cooper, R.L., 2008. Mapping proprioceptive neurons on chordotonal organs in the crab, Cancer magister. Crustaceana, 81: 447-475.
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  27. Badre, N.H. and R.L. Cooper, 2008. Reduced calcium channel function in drosophila disrupts associative learning in larva and behavior in adults. Int. J. Zool. Res., 4: 152-164.
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  28. Page, M.P., W. Hailes and R.L. Cooper, 2007. Modification of the tail flip escape response in crayfish by neuromodulation and behavioral state with and without descending CNS input. Int. J. Zool. Res., 3: 132-144.
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  29. Lancaster, M., K. Viele, A.F.M. Johnstone and R.L. Cooper, 2007. Automated classification of evoked quantal events. J. Neurosci. Methods, 159: 325-336.
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  30. Dasari, S., K. Viele, A.C. Turner and R.L. Cooper, 2007. Influence of p-CPA and MDMA (ecatasy) on physiology, development and behavior in Drosophila melanogaster. Euro. J. Neurosci., 26: 424-438.
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  31. Viele, K., M. Lancaster and R.L. Cooper, 2006. Self-modeling structure of evoked postsynaptic potentials. Synapse, 60: 32-44.
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  32. Shuranova, Z.P., Y.M. Burmistrov, J.R. Strawn and R.L. Cooper, 2006. Evidence for an autonomic nervous system in decapod crustaceans. Int. J. Zool. Res., 2: 242-283.
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  33. Logsdon, S., A.F.M. Johnstone, K. Viele and R.L. Cooper, 2006. Regulation of synaptic vesicles pools within motor nerve terminals during short-term facilitation and neuromodulation. J. Applied Physiol., 100: 662-671.
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  34. Johnstone, A.F.M. and R.L. Cooper, 2006. Direct innervation of the Drosophila melanogaster larval aorta. Brain Res., 1083: 159-163.
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  35. Dasari, S. and R.L. Cooper, 2006. Direct influence of serotonin on the larval heart of Drosophila melanogaster. J. Comp. Physiol. B, 176: 349-357.
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  36. Xing, B., A.A. Long, D.A. Harrison and R.L. Cooper, 2005. Developmental consequences of NMJs with reduced presynaptic calcium channel function. Synapse, 57: 132-147.
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  37. Dropic, A.J., E. Brailoiu and R.L. Cooper, 2005. Presynaptic mechanism of action induced by 5-HT in nerve terminals: Possible involvement of ryanodine and IP3 sensitive Ca2+ stores. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A Mol. Integr. Physiol., 142: 355-361.
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  38. Bhatt, D. and R.L. Cooper, 2005. The pharmacological and physiological profile of glutamate receptors at the Drosophila larval neuromuscular junction. Physiol. Entomol., 30: 205-210.
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  39. Badre, N.H., M.E. Martin and R.L. Cooper, 2005. The physiological and behavioral effects of carbon dioxide on Drosophila melanogaster larvae. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A Mol. Integr. Physiol., 140: 363-376.
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  40. Sparks, G.M., S. Dasari and R.L. Cooper, 2004. Actions of MDMA at glutamatergic neuromuscular junctions. Neurosci. Res., 48: 431-438.
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  41. Sparks, G. and R.L. Cooper, 2004. 5-HT offsets homeostasis of synaptic transmission during short-term facilitation. J. Applied Physiol., 96: 1681-1690.
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  42. Page, M.P. and R.L. Cooper, 2004. Novelty stress and reproductive state alters responsiveness to sensory stimuli and 5-HT neuromodulation. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A, 139: 149-158.
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  43. Dasari, S. and R.L. Cooper, 2004. Monitoring heart rate in Drosophila larvae by various approaches. Drosophila Inform. Serv., 87: 91-96.

  44. Dasari, S. and R.L. Cooper, 2004. Modulation of sensory-CNS-motor circuits by serotonin, octopamine and dopamine in semi-intact Drosophila larva. Neurosci. Res., 48: 221-227.
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  45. Cooper, R.L. and D.N. McLetchie, 2004. Monitoring carbon dioxide production by Drosophila larvae. Drosophila Inform. Serv., 87: 88-91.

  46. Cooper, A.S. and R.L. Cooper, 2004. Monitoring activity of Drosophila larvae: Impedance and video microscopy measures. Drosophila Inform. Ser., 87: 85-87.
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  47. Cooper, A.S. and R.L. Cooper, 2004. Growth of troglobitic (Orconectes australis packardi) and epigean (Oroconectes juvenilis) species of crayfish maintained in laboratory conditions. J. Kentucky Acad. Sci., 65: 108-115.

  48. Ziemba, R., A. Simpson, R. Hopper and R.L. Cooper, 2003. Comparisons of aesthetasc sensilla on the lateral antennules between two epigean (surface) species and the blind cave crayfish Orconectes australis packardi. Crustaceana, 76: 859-869.

  49. Viele, K., A. Stromberg and R.L. Cooper, 2003. Determining the number of release sites within the nerve terminal by statistical analysis of synaptic current characteristics. Synapse, 47: 15-25.

  50. Tilden, A.R., R. Brauch, R. Ball, A.M. Janze and A.H. Ghaffari et al., 2003. Modulatory effects of melatonin on behavior, hemolymph metabolites and neurotransmitter release in crayfish. Brain Res., 992: 252-262.
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  51. Sparks, G.M., E. Brailoiu, G.C. Brailoiu, N.J. Dun, J. Tabor and R.L. Cooper, 2003. Effects of m-CPP in altering neuronal function: Blocking depolarization in invertebrate motor and sensory neurons but exciting rat sensory neurons. Brain Res., 969: 14-26.
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  52. Shuranova, Z.P., Y.M. Burmistrov and R.L. Cooper, 2003. Activity of the ventilatory muscles in the crayfish. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A, 134: 461-469.

  53. Shuranova, Z.P., Y.M. Burmistrov and R.L. Cooper, 2003. A hundred years ago and now: A short essay on the study of the crustacean hindgut. Crustaceana, 76: 755-770.

  54. Harrison, D.A. and R.L. Cooper, 2003. Characterization of development, behavior and neuromuscular physiology in the phorid fly: Megaselia scalaris. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A Mol. Integr. Physiol., 136: 427-439.
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  55. Cooper, R.L., E. Ward, R. Braxton, H. Li and W.M. Warren, 2003. The effects of serotonin and ecdysone on primary sensory neurons in crayfish. Microsc. Res. Tech., 60: 336-345.
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  56. Cooper, R.L., A. Donmezer and J. Shearer, 2003. Intrinsic differences in sensitivity to 5-HT between high- and low-output terminals innervating the same target. Neurosci. Res., 45: 163-172.
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  57. Ball, R., B. Xing, P. Bonner, J. Shearer and R.L. Cooper, 2003. Long-term in vitro maintenance of neuromuscular junction activity of Drosophila larvae. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A Mol. Integr. Physiol., 134: 247-255.
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  58. Winslow, J.L., R.L. Cooper and H.L. Atwood, 2002. Sodium in presynaptic nerve terminals in response to stimulation. J. Neurosci. Methods, 118: 163-175.

  59. Tabor, J. and R.L. Cooper, 2002. Physiologically identified 5-HT2 -like receptors at the crayfish neuromuscular junction. Brain Res., 932: 91-98.

  60. Strawn, J.R. and R.L. Cooper, 2002. The effects of ethanol on pre-synaptic components of synaptic transmission in a model glutamatergic synapse: The crayfish neuromuscular junction. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. C Toxicol. Pharmacol., 131: 395-404.
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  61. Schapker, H., T. Breithaupt, Z. Shuranova, Y. Burmistrov and R.L. Cooper, 2002. Heart rate and ventilatory correlative measures in crayfish during environmental disturbances and social interactions. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A, 131: 397-407.
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  62. Mykles, D.L., S. Medler, A. Koenders and R. Cooper, 2002. Myofibrillar protein isoform expression is correlated with synaptic efficacy in slow fibres of the claw and leg opener muscles of crayfish and lobster. J. Exp. Biol., 205: 513-522.
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  63. Li, H., X. Peng and R.L. Cooper, 2002. Development of Drosophila larval neuromuscular junctions: Maintaining synaptic strength. Neuroscience, 115: 505-513.
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  64. Li, H. and R.L. Cooper, 2002. The effect of ambient light on blind cave crayfish: Social interactions. J. Crustacean Biol., 22: 449-458.
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  65. Cooper, R.L., R.C. Southard, P. He, and S.W. Whiteheart, 2002. Influence of Neuromodulators and Vesicle Docking Related Proteins on Quantal Release. In: The Crustacean Nervous System, Wiese, K. (Ed.). Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany, pp: 63-82.

  66. Brailoiu, E., R.L. Cooper and N.J. Dun, 2002. Sphingosine 1-phosphate enhances spontaneous transmitter release at the frog neuromuscular junction. Br. J. Pharmacol., 136: 1093-1097.
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  67. Li, H., D. Harrison, G. Jones, D. Jones and R.L. Cooper, 2001. Alterations in development, behavior, and physiology in Drosophila larva that have reduced ecdysone production. J. Neurophysiol., 85: 98-104.
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  68. Li, H. and R.L. Cooper, 2001. Spatial familiarity in the blind cave crayfish, Orconectes australis packardi. Crustaceana, 74: 417-433.
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  69. Li, H. and R.L. Cooper, 2001. Maintaining synaptic efficacy at the neuromuscular junction in Drosophila larva during normal development and prolonged life with the ecdysoneless mutant. Neuroscience, 106: 193-200.

  70. Kellie, S., J. Greer and R.L. Cooper, 2001. Alterations in habituation of the tail flip response in epigean and troglobitic crayfish. J. Exp. Zool., 290: 163-176.
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  71. Griffis, B., S.B. Moffett and R.L. Cooper, 2001. Muscle phenotype remains unaltered after limb autotomy and unloading. J. Exp. Zool., 289: 10-22.
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  72. Djokaj, S., R.L. Cooper and W. Rathmayer, 2001. Effects of octopamine, serotonin and cocktails of the two modulators on synaptic transmission at crustacean neuromuscular junctions. J. Comp. Physiol. A, 187: 145-154.
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  73. Cooper, R.L., R.J. Chase and J. Tabor, 2001. Altered responsiveness to 5-HT at the crayfish neuromuscular junction due to chronic p-CPA and m-CPP treatment. Brain Res., 916: 143-151.
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  74. Cooper, R.L., H. Li, L.Y. Long, J.L. Cole and H.L. Hopper, 2001. Anatomical comparisons of neural systems in sighted epigean and troglobitic crayfish species. J. Crustacean Biol., 21: 360-374.
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  75. Strawn, J.R., W.S. Neckameyer and R.L. Cooper, 2000. The effects of 5-HT on sensory, central and motor neurons driving the abdominal superficial flexor muscles in the crayfish. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. B Biochem. Mol. Biol., 127: 533-550.
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  76. Southard, R.C., J. Haggard, M.E. Crider, S.W. Whitheart and R.L. Cooper, 2000. Influence of serotonin on the kinetics of vesicular release. Brain Res., 871: 16-28.
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  77. Sohn, J., D.L. Mykles and R.L. Cooper, 2000. The anatomical, physiological and biochemical characterization of muscles associated with the articulating membrane in the dorsal surface of the crayfish abdomen. J. Exp. Zool., 287: 353-377.

  78. Listerman, L.R., J. Deskins, H. Bradacs and R.L. Cooper, 2000. Heart rate within male crayfish: Social interactions and effects of 5-HT. Compa. Biochem. Physiol. Part A: Mol. Integr. Physiol., 125: 251-263.
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  79. Li, H., L.R. Listerman, D. Doshi and R.L. Cooper, 2000. Use of heart rate to measure intrinsic state of blind cave crayfish during social interactions. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A, 127: 55-70.
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  80. LaFramboise, W.A., B. Griffis, P. Bonner, W. Warren, D. Scalise, R.D. Guthrie and R.L. Cooper, 2000. Muscle type-specific myosin isoforms in crustacean muscles. J. Exp. Zool., 286: 36-48.
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  81. Kim, S., H.L. Atwood and R.L. Cooper, 2000. Assessing accurate sizes of synaptic vesicles in nerve terminals. Brain Res., 877: 209-217.
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  82. Griffis, B., P. Bonner and R.L. Cooper, 2000. Sensitivity of transformed (phasic to tonic) motor neurons to the neuromodulator 5-HT. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A Mol. Integr. Physiol., 127: 495-504.
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  83. Feuerverger, A., M. Menzinger, H.L. Atwood and R.L. Cooper, 2000. Statistical methods for assessing the dimensions of synaptic vesicles in nerve terminals. J. Neurosci. Methods, 103: 181-190.
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  84. Crider, M.E. and R.L. Cooper, 2000. Differential facilitation of high- and low-output nerve terminals from a single motoneuron. J. Applied Physiol., 88: 987-996.
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  85. Ruffner, M.E., S.I. Cromarty and R.L. Cooper, 1999. Depression of synaptic efficacy in Drosophila neuromuscular junctions by the molting hormone (20-HE). J. Neurophysiol., 81: 788-794.
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  86. He, P., R.C. Southard, D. Chen, S.W. Whiteheart and R.L. Cooper, 1999. Role of α-SNAP in promoting efficient neurotransmission at the crayfish neuromuscular junction. J. Neurophysiol., 82: 3406-3416.
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  87. Crider, M.E. and R.L. Cooper, 1999. Importance of stimulation paradigm in determining facilitation and effects of neuromodulation. Brain Res., 842: 324-331.
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  88. Cooper, R.L. and W.S. Neckameyer, 1999. Dopaminergic modulation of motor neuron activity and neuromuscular function in Drosophila melanogaster. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. B Biochem. Mol. Biol., 122: 199-210.
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  89. Cooper, R.L. and H.B. Hartman, 1999. Quantification of responses from proprioceptive neurons in the limbs of the crab, Cancer magister. J. Exp. Zool., 284: 629-636.
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  90. Neckameyer, W.S. and R.L. Cooper, 1998. GABA transporters in Drosophila melanogaster: : molecular cloning, behavior and physiology. Invert. Neurosci., 3: 279-294.
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  91. Cooper, R.L., W.M. Warren and H.E. Ashby, 1998. Activity of phasic motor neurons partially transforms the neuronal and muscle phenotype to a tonic-like state. Muscle Nerve, 21: 921-931.
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  92. Cooper, R.L., 1998. Development of sensory processes during limb regeneration in adult crayfish. J. Exp. Biol., 201: 1745-1752.
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  93. Cooper, R.L. and M.E. Ruffner, 1998. Depression of synaptic efficacy at intermolt in crayfish neuromuscular junctions by 20-Hydroxyecdysone, a molting hormone. J. Neurophysiol., 79: 1931-1941.
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  94. Rastogi, K.S., R.L. Cooper, Z.Q. Shi and M. Vranic, 1997. Quantitative measurement of islet glucagon response to hypoglycemia by confocal fluorescence imaging in diabetic rats. Endrocrine, 7: 367-375.
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  95. Bradacs, H., R.L. Cooper, M. Msghina and H.L. Atwood, 1997. Differential physiology and morphology of phasic and tonic motor axons in a crayfish limb extensor muscle. J. Exp. Biol., 200: 677-691.
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  96. Pekhletsky, R., R.L. Cooper, H.L. Atwood and D. Hampson, 1996. Expression profiling of mRNA obtained from single identified crustacean motor neurons: Determination of specificity of hybridization. Invert. Neurosci., 1: 341-349.
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  97. Cooper, R.L., J. Winslow, C.K. Govind and H.L. Atwood, 1996. Synaptic structural complexity as a factor enhancing probability of calcium-mediated transmitter release. J. Neurophysiol., 75: 2451-2466.
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  98. Cooper, R.L., C. Harrington, L. Marin and H.L. Atwood, 1996. Quantal release at visualized terminals of crayfish motor axon: Intraterminal and regional differences. J. Comp. Neurol., 375: 583-600.
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  99. Cooper, R.L. and M.M. Cooper, 1996. Red pepper induced dermatitis in breast fed infants. Dermatology, 93: 61-62.
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  100. Atwood, H.L. and R.L. Cooper, 1996. Synaptic diversity and differentiation: Crustacean neuromuscular junctions. Invert. Neurosci., 1: 291-307.
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  101. Atwood, H.L. and R.L. Cooper, 1996. Assessing ultrastructure of crustacean and insect neuromuscular junctions. J. Neurosci. Methods, 69: 51-58.
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  102. Cooper, R.L., L. Marin and H.L. Atwood, 1995. Synaptic differentiation of a single motor neuron: Conjoint definition of transmitter release, presynaptic calcium signals and ultrastructure. J. Neurosci., 15: 4209-4222.
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  103. Cooper, R.L., D. Hampson and H.L. Atwood, 1995. Synaptotagmin-like expression in the motor nerve terminals of crayfish. Brain Res., 703: 214-216.
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  104. Cooper, R.L., B.A. Stewart, J.M. Wojtowicz, S. Wang and H.L. Atwood, 1995. Quantal measurement and analysis methods compared for crayfish and Drosophila neuromuscular junctions and rat hippocampus. J. Neurosci. Methods, 61: 67-78.
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  105. Atwood, H.L. and R.L. Cooper, 1995. Functional and structural parallels in crustacean and Drosophila neuromuscular systems. Am. Zool., 35: 556-565.
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  106. Hartman, H.B. and R.L. Cooper, 1994. Regeneration and molting effects on a proprioceptor organ in the Dungeness crab, Cancer magister. J. Neurobiol., 25: 461-471.
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  107. Cooper, R.L. and H.B. Hartman, 1994. Responses of the bender apodeme tension receptors in the Dungeness crab, Cancer magister. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A, 109: 479-486.
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  108. Atwood, H.L., R.L. Cooper and J.M. Wojtowicz, 1994. Non-Uniformity and Plasticity of Quantal Release at Crustacean Motor Nerve Terminals. In: Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Neurotransmitter Release, Stjarne, L., P. Greengard, S.E. Grillner, T.G.M. Hokfelt and D.R. Ottoson (Eds.). Raven Press, New York, pp: 363-382.

  109. Fernandez-de-Miguel, F., R.L. Cooper and W.B. Adams, 1992. Synaptogenesis and calcium current distribution in cultured leech neurons. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B, 247: 215-221.
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