Riquier, A. J & Sollars, S. I. (2017). Microglia density decreases in the rat rostral nucleus of the solitary tract across development and increases in an age-dependent manner following denervation. Neuroscience, 355.
Martin, L. J., & Sollars, S. I. (2017). Contributory role of sex differences in the variations in gustatory function. Journal of Neuroscience Research. 95(1-2), 594-603.
Omelian, J. M., Samson, K. A. & Sollars, S. I. (2016). Chronic oral capsaicin exposure during development leads to adult rats with reduced taste bud volumes. Chemosensory Perception, 9, 95-104.
Omelian, J. M., Berry, M. J., Gomez, A. M., Apa, K. L. & Sollars, S. I. (2016). Developmental time course of peripheral cross-modal sensory interaction of the trigeminal and gustatory systems. Developmental Neurobiology, 76, 626–641.
Martin, L. J. & Sollars, S. I. (2015). Long-term alterations in peripheral taste responses to NaCl in adult rats following neonatal chorda tympani transection. Chemical Senses, 40: 97–108.
Sollars, S. I., Walker, B. R., Thaw, A. K. & Hill, D. L. (2006). 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, 137, 1229–1236.
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.
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