Steven J. St. John

Research & Publications

35.  St. John SJ, McBrayer A, Kruskopf EE (2017).  Sodium Carbonate Is Saltier Than Sodium Chloride To Sodium-Depleted Rats.  Chemical Senses, 42, 647-653.
 
34.  St. John SJ, Lu L, Williams RW, Saputra J, Boughter JD (2017).  Genetic control of oromotor phenotypes:  A survey of licking and ingestive behaviors in highly diverse strains of mice.  Physiology & Behavior, 177, 34-43. 
 
33.  St. John SJ (2017).  The perceptual characteristics of sodium chloride to sodium-depleted rats.  Chemical Senses, 42, 93-103.

32.  Glatt, RA, St. John SJ, Lu L., Boughter JD (2016).  Temporal and qualitative dynamics of conditioned taste aversions in C57BL/6J and DBA/2J mice self-administering LiCl.  Physiology & Behavior, 153, 97-108.
 
31.  Sinclair MS, Perea-Martinez I, Abouyared M, St. John SJ, Chaudhari N (2015).  Oxytocin decreases sweet taste sensitivity in mice.  Physiology & Behavior, 141, 103-110.
 
30.  Tokita K, Armstrong WE, St. John SJ, Boughter JD (2014).  Activation of lateral hypothalamus-projecting parabrachial neurons by intraorally delivered gustatory stimuli.  Frontiers in Neural Circuits, 8, 1-8. 
 
29.  Boughter JD, Mulligan MK, St. John SJ, Tokita K, Lu L, Heck DH, Williams RW (2012). Genetic control of a central pattern generator: rhythmic oromotor movement in mice is controlled by a major locus near Atp1a2. PloS One, 7(5):e38169. Epub 2012 May 31.
 
28.  St. John SJ, Boughter JD (2009).  Orosensory responsiveness to and preference for hydroxide-containing salts in mice.  Chemical Senses, 34, 487-498.

27.  St. John SJ, Boughter JD (2008).  The Gustatory System (chapter 25).  In:  Neuroscience in Medicine, 3rd Ed., Ed: Conn PM, Humana Press, Towata, N.J. 
 
26.  St. John SJ, Spector AC (2008).  Behavioral Analysis Of Taste In Rodent Models.  In:  Allan I. Basbaum, Akimichi Kaneko, Gordon M. Shepherd and Gerald Westheimer, editors.  The Senses: A Comprehensive Reference, Vol. 4, Olfaction & Taste, Ed: Firestein S, Beauchamp GK.  San Diego, Academic Press. 
 
25.  Boughter JD, Baird JP, Bryant J, St. John SJ, & Heck DH (2007).  C57BL/6J and DBA/2J mice vary in lick rate and ingestive microstructure.  Genes, Brain, and Behavior, 6, 619-627.
 
24.  Baird JP, St. John SJ, Nguyen EA (2005).  Temporal and qualitative dynamics of conditioned taste aversion processing: combined generalization testing and licking microstructure analysis.  Behavioral Neuroscience, 119, 983-1003.
 
23.  St. John SJ, Pour L, Boughter JD (2005).  Phenylthiocarbamide produces conditioned taste aversions in mice.  Chemical Senses, 30, 377-382. 
  
22.  St. John SJ, Hallagan L (2005).  Psychophysical investigations of cetylpyridinium chloride in rats:  Its inherent taste and modifying effects on salt taste.  Behavioral Neuroscience, 119, 265-279.
 
21.  St. John SJ, Boughter JD (2004).  The contribution of taste bud populations to bitter avoidance in mouse strains differentially sensitive to sucrose octa-acetate and quinine.  Chemical Senses, 29, 775-787.
 
20.  St. John SJ, Garcea M, Spector AC (2003).  The time course of taste bud regeneration after glossopharyngeal or greater superficial petrosal nerve transection in rats.  Chemical Senses, 28, 33-43. 
 
19.  Smith DV, St. John SJ, Boughter JD (2003).  The Gustatory System.  In:  Neuroscience in Medicine, 2nd Ed., Ed.: Conn, P.M., Humana Press, Towata, N.J.   
  
18.  Boughter JD, St. John SJ, Noel DT, Ndubuizu O, & Smith DV (2002).  A brief access test for bitter taste in mice, Chemical Senses, 27, 133-142.
 
17.  Smith DV, St. John SJ, Boughter JD (2000).  Neuronal cell types and taste quality coding.   Physiology and Behavior, 69, 77-85.
 
16.  St. John SJ, Smith DV (2000).  Neural representation of salts in the rat solitary nucleus: brain stem correlates of taste discrimination.  Journal of Neurophysiology. 84, 628-638.

15.  Smith DV, St. John SJ (1999).  Neural coding of gustatory information.  Current Opinion In Neurobiology, 9, 427-435. 
 
14.  Boughter JD, St. John SJ, Smith DV (1999).  Neural representation of the taste of NaCl and KCl in gustatory neurons of the hamster solitary nucleus, Journal of Neurophysiology, 81, 2636-2646. 
 
13.  Smith DV, Som J, Boughter JD, St. John SJ, Yu C, Christy RC (1999).  Cellular expression of a-gustducin and the A blood group antigen in rat fungiform taste buds cross-reinnervated by the IXth nerve, Journal of Comparative Neurology, 409, 118-130.

12.  Markison S, St. John SJ, Spector AC (1999). Glossopharyngeal nerve transection reduces quinine avoidance in rats not given presurgical stimulus exposure.  Physiology & Behavior, 65, 773-778.
 
11.  St. John SJ, Spector AC (1998).  Behavioral discrimination between quinine and KCl is dependent upon input from the seventh cranial nerve: Implications for the functional roles of the gustatory nerves in rats.  Journal of Neuroscience, 18, 4353 - 4362.
 
10. Spector AC, St. John SJ (1998).  Role of taste in the microstructure of quinine ingestion by rats.  American Journal of Physiology, 274, R1687 - R1703.
 
9. Chappell JP, St. John SJ, Spector AC (1998).  Amiloride does not alter NaCl avoidance in Fischer-344 rats.  Chemical Senses, 23, 151 - 157.
 
8. St. John SJ, Markison S, Guagliardo NA, Hackenberg TD, Spector AC (1997).  Chorda tympani transection and selective desalivation differentially disrupt two-lever salt discrimination in rats, Behavioral Neuroscience, 111, 450 - 459. 
 
7. Spector AC, Markison S, St. John SJ, Garcea M (1997).  Sucrose vs. maltose taste discrimination by rats depends on the input of the seventh cranial nerve, American Journal of Physiology, 272, R1210 - R1218.

6. St. John SJ, Markison S, Spector AC (1997).  Chorda tympani transection disrupts taste aversion learning to potassium chloride, but not sodium chloride, Behavioral Neuroscience, 111, 188 - 194.
 
5. St. John SJ, Spector AC (1996).  Combined glossopharyngeal and chorda tympani nerve transection elevates quinine detection thresholds in rats.  Behavioral Neuroscience, 110, 1456 - 1468.  
 
4. Spector AC, Guagliardo NA, St. John SJ (1996).  Amiloride disrupts NaCl versus KCl discrimination performance: implications for salt taste coding in the rat, Journal of Neuroscience, 16, 8115-8122.
 
3. Markison S, St. John SJ, Spector AC (1995). Glossopharyngeal nerve transection does not compromise the specificity of taste‑guided sodium appetite in rats. American Journal of Physiology, 269, R215‑R221.
 
2. St. John SJ, Markison S, Spector AC (1995). Salt discriminability is related to number of regenerated taste buds after chorda tympani nerve transection in rats. American Journal of Physiology, 269, R141‑R153. 
 
1. St. John SJ, Garcea M, Spector AC (1994). Combined, but not single gustatory nerve transection substantially alters taste‑guided licking behavior to quinine in rats.  Behavioral Neuroscience, 108, 131‑140.
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