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Chi-Ya Kao

Dr. Chi-Ya Kao

GSN Alumna WS 15/16

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Nationality: Taiwan

Topic of Thesis: Pathway and biomarker discovery in a posttraumatic stress disorder mouse model

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Christoph W. Turck


Kao CY, He Z, Henes K, Asara JM, Webhofer C, Filiou MD, Khaitovich P, Wotjak CT and Turck CW. (2016) Fluoxetine treatment rescues energy metabolism pathway alterations in a posttraumatic stress disorder mouse model. Mol Neuropsychiatry (in press).

Kao CY, He Z, Zannas AS, Hahn O, Khne C, Reichel JM, Binder EB, Wotjak CT, Khaitovich P and Turck CW. (2016) Fluoxetine treatment prevents the inflammatory response in a mouse model of posttraumatic stress disorder. J Psychiatr Res 76: 74-83.

Kao CY, Anderzhanova E, Asara JM, Wotjak CT andTurck CW. (2015) NextGen brain microdialysis: applying modern metabolomics technology to the analysis of extracellular fluid in the central nervous system. Mol Neuropsychiatry 1: 60-67.

Kao CY, Stalla G, Stalla J, Wotjak CT and Anderzhanova E. (2015) Norepinephrine and corticosterone in the medial prefrontal cortex and hippocampus predict PTSD-like symptoms in mice. Eur J Neurosci 41(9): 1139-1148.

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