Publications

 

  • Sollars, S. I., Walker, B. R., Thaw, A. K. & Hill, D. L. (in press). Age-Related Decrease of the Chorda Tympani Nerve Terminal Field in the Nucleus of the Solitary Tract Is Prevented by Dietary Sodium Restriction During Development, Neuroscience.
  • Sollars, S. I. (2005). The tongue does not the taste system make. Invited news review, Physiology News (Journal of Physiology).
  • Sollars, S. I. (2005). Chorda tympani nerve transection at different developmental ages produces differential effects on taste bud volume and papillae morphology in the rat. Journal of Neurobiology, 64: 310–320.
  • Carr, V. McM, Sollars, S. I.& Farbman, A. I. (2005). Neuronal cell death and population dynamics in the developing rat geniculate ganglion. Neuroscience, 134: 1301 ­– 1308.
  • Sollars, S. I. & Hill, D. L. (2005). In vivo recordings from rat geniculate ganglia: taste response properties of individual greater superficial petrosal and chorda tympani neurons. Journal of Physiology, 564.3, 877­–893.
  • Farbman, A. I., Guagliardo, N., Sollars, S. I. & Hill, D. L. (2004). Each sensory nerve arising from the geniculate ganglion expresses a unique fingerprint of neurotrophin receptor genes. Journal of Neuroscience Research., 78: 659–667.
  • Hendricks, S. J., Sollars, S. I. & Hill, D. L. (2002). Injury-induced functional plasticity in the peripheral gustatory system. The Journal of Neuroscience, 22, 8607-8613.
  • Sollars, S. I., Smith, P. C. & Hill, D. L. (2002). Time course of morphological alterations of fungiform papillae and taste buds following chorda tympani transection in neonatal rats. Journal of Neurobiology, 51, 223­–236.
  • Sollars, S. I. & Hill, D. L. (2000). Lack of functional and morphological susceptibility of the greater superficial petrosal nerve to developmental dietary sodium restriction. Chemical Senses, 25, 719­–727.
  • Sollars, S. I. & Bernstein, I. L. (2000). Neonatal chorda tympani transection permanently disrupts fungiform taste bud and papilla structure in the rat. Physiology & Behavior, 69, 439–444.
  • Sollars, S. I. & Hill, D. L. (1998). Taste responses in the greater superficial petrosal nerve: substantial sodium salt and amiloride sensitivities demonstrated in two rat strains. Behavioral Neuroscience, 112, 991–1000.
  • Sollars, S. I. & Bernstein, I. L. (1996). Neonatal chorda tympani transection alters adult preference for ammonium chloride in the rat. Behavioral Neuroscience, 110, 551–558.
  • Sollars, S. I., Tracy, C. J. & Bernstein, I. L. (1996). Retention of conditioned taste aversion to NaCl after chorda tympani transection in Fischer 344 and Wistar rats. Physiology & Behavior, 60, 65–69.
  • Frankmann, S. P., Sollars, S. I. & Bernstein, I. L. (1996). Sodium appetite in the sham-drinking rat after chorda tympani nerve transection. American Journal of Physiology, 271, R339–R345.
  • Schafe, G. E., Sollars, S. I. & Bernstein, I. L. (1995). The CS-US interval and taste aversion learning: a brief look. Behavioral Neuroscience, 109, 799–802.
  • Sollars, S. I. & Bernstein, I. L. (1994). Amiloride sensitivity in the neonatal rat. Behavioral Neuroscience, 108, 981–987.
  • Sollars, S. I. & Bernstein, I. L. (1994). Gustatory deafferentation and desalivation: effects on NaCl preference of Fischer 344 rats. American Journal of Physiology, 266, R510–R517.
  • Sollars, S. I. & Bernstein, I. L. (1992). Sodium appetite after transection of the chorda tympani nerve in Wistar and Fischer 344 rats. Behavioral Neuroscience, 106, 1023–1027.
  • Sollars, S. I., Sollars, P. J. & Bernstein, I. L. (1991). Reversal of the sodium chloride aversion of Fischer 344 rats by chorda tympani nerve transection. Behavioral Neuroscience, 105, 603–605.
  • Sollars, S. I., Midkiff, E. E. & Bernstein, I. L. (1990). Genetic transmission of NaCl aversion in the Fischer 344 rat. Chemical Senses, 15, 521–527.

 

 

Abstract Publications

 

  • Gomez, A. M. and Sollars, S. I. (2005).Developmental susceptibility of fungiform papillae following lingual nerve transection in rats. Chemical Senses, 30.
  • Lane, A. H. and Sollars, S. I. (2005).Development of gustatory nerve terminal field volumes following neonatal chorda tympani nerve transection.Chemical Senses, 30.
  • Carr, V. McM, Sollars, S. & Farbman, A. I. (2005). Neuronal death in the developing rat geniculate ganglion. Chemical Senses, 30.
  • Lane, A. H., Szlachetka, A. M. and Sollars, S. I. (2004). Greater superficial petrosal and glossopharyngeal terminal field following neonatal chorda tympani transection. Society for Neurosciences Abstracts, 30.
  • Carr, V. M., Sollars, S. I., Farbman, A. I. (2004). Neuronal cell death in the rat geniculate ganglion during development. Chemical Senses, 29. 
  • Sollars, S. I. (2003). Age-related differences in the susceptibility of fungiform papillae to chorda tympani nerve transection. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 29. 
  • Sollars, S. I. & Engelhardt, P. E. (2003). Golgi analysis of neurons in the nucleus of the solitary tract of neonatal chorda tympani transected rats. Chemical Senses, 28, A10.
  • Farbman, A. I., Sollars, S. I., Guagliardo, N. & Hill, D. L. (2003). Each sensory nerve arising from the geniculate ganglion (GG) expresses a unique fingerprint of neurotrophin receptor genes. Chemical Senses, 28, A94.
  • Hill, D. L., Sollars, S. I., & May, O. L. (2003). Plasticity in the developing central gustatory brainstem. Chemical Senses, 28, 81.
  • Hill, D. L., Sollars, S. I., & May, O. L. (2002). Development and plasticity of the gustatory terminal fields in the rat nucleus of the solitary tract. Japanese Association for Study of Taste and Smell Annual Conference, JASTS, 9.
  • Farbman, A. I., Sollars, S. I., Guagliardo, N. & Hill, D. L. (2002). Chorda tympani (CT) neurons express neurotrophin receptor genes different from greater superficial petrosal (GSP) neurons. Chemical Senses, 27, A96.
  • Sollars, S. I. & Hill, D. L. (2001). Neurophysiological taste responses of single geniculate ganglion cells recorded in vivo in the rat. Chemical Senses, 26, 1084.
  • Sollars, S. I. & Hill, D. L. (2000). In vivo neurophysiological responses of single geniculate ganglion cells in the rat. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 26, 1973.
  • Hendricks, S. J., Sollars, S. I. & Hill, D. L. (2000). Effects of injury on chorda tympani sodium salt responses. Chemical Senses, 25, 682.
  • Sollars, S. I. & Hill, D. L. (1999). Suppression of greater superficial petrosal nerve responses to sodium following acute sodium depletion in the rat. Appetite, 33, 260.
  • Guagliardo, N. A., Sollars, S. I. & Hill, D. L. (1999). Degeneration of fungiform papillae after selective denervation of the lingual nerve in 10-day-old rats. Chemical Senses, 24, 590.
  • Guagliardo, N. A., Sollars, S. I., & Hill, D. L. (1999). Continual neural rearrangement in adult rat fungiform taste buds. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 24, 2291.
  • Sollars, S. I. & Hill, D. L. (1998). Greater superficial petrosal nerve responses in Sprague-Dawley, Fischer 344, and developmentally sodium restricted rats. European Chemoreception Research Organization Conference, Siena, Italy. Chemical Senses, 24, 114.
  • Sollars, S. I. & Hill, D. L. (1998). Greater superficial petrosal responses and terminal field morphology are not altered by developmental sodium restriction in rats. Chemical Senses, 23, 617.
  • Sollars, S. I. & Hill, D. L. (1997). Amiloride sensitivity of the greater superficial petrosal nerve in Sprague-Dawley and Fischer 344 rats. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 23, 1037.
  • Sollars, S. I., Shuler, M. G. & Hill, D. L. (1996). Disappearance of fungiform papillae and taste pores in rats with unilateral chorda tympani section at 10 days postnatal. Chemical Senses,21, 673.
  • Sollars, S. I., Renehan, W. E. & Hill, D. L. (1996). In vivo extracellular and intracellular recordings from rat geniculate ganglion cells. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 22, 1827.
  • Sollars, S. I., Schafe, G. E. & Bernstein, I. L. (1994). Development of the enhanced neural response to NaCl in Fischer 344 rats. Chemical Senses, 19 (5).
  • Sollars, S. I., Tracy, C. J. & Bernstein, I. L. (1994). Retention of conditioned taste aversion to NaCl after chorda tympani transection. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 20, 583.
  • Sollars, S. I. & Bernstein, I. L. (1993). Chorda tympani section in neonatal rats permanently alters taste preference and taste bud morphology. Chemical Senses, 18 (5).
  • Sollars, S. I. & Bernstein, I. L. (1992). Neonatal chorda tympani transection alters adult preference for NH 4Cl in the rat. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 18, 1231.
  • Frankmann, S. P., Sollars, S. I., Dokko, J. D., Veltuna, D. & Bernstein, I. L. (1992). Sodium appetite in the sham drinking rat after chorda tympani transection. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 18, 742.
  • Sollars, S. I. & Bernstein, I. L. (1992). Sodium appetite after chorda tympani nerve transection in Wistar and Fischer 344 rats. Chemical Senses, 17 (5).
  • Sollars, S. I., Taylor, E. M. & Bernstein, I. L. (1991). Chorda tympani nerve transection eliminates amiloride-sensitivity of the ingestive response to NaCl in the rat. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 17, 884.
  • Sollars, P. J., Sollars, S. I. & Pickard, G. E. (1991). Rat-to-hamster heterographs of fetal anterior hypothalamic (AH) tissue do not differ from mouse-to-hamster heterographs in the restoration of circadian period. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 17, 665.
  • Sollars, S. I. & Bernstein, I. L. (1991). Chorda tympani nerve sectioning and salt preference of preweaning rats. Chemical Senses, 16, 583.
  • Sollars, S. I. & Bernstein, I. L. (1990). The reversal of the sodium chloride aversion of Fischer 344 rats by chorda tympani nerve transection. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 16, 1242.
  • Sollars, S. I. & Bernstein, I. L. (1989). Amiloride-sensitive sodium channels and salt preference of preweaning rats. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 15, 1277.
  • Sollars, S. I., Midkiff, E. E. & Bernstein, I. L. (1988). Heritability of Fischer 344 NaCl aversion. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 14, 362.