Psychiatric Disorders: Methods and Protocols by Firas H. KobeissyPsychiatric Disorders: Methods and Protocols by Firas H. Kobeissy

Psychiatric Disorders: Methods and Protocols

byFiras H. Kobeissy

Hardcover | January 10, 2012

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New high throughput techniques in neuroscience and psychiatry have enhanced the development of experimental, customizable animal models that are predictive of human neuropsychiatric pathology and give vital insights on the mechanisms and pathways involved. In Psychiatric Disorders: Methods and Protocols, key experts have written integrated chapters on neuropsychiatric research sharing their insightful expertise and opinions focusing on both the animal models as well as the cutting edge techniques applied. Beginning with an overview of the animal research in psychiatric illness and substance abuse, this comprehensive volume continues with the modeling of neuropsychiatric illness, drug abuse paradigms and techniques, biomarker identification, autoimmune inflammatory response, and neuroendocrine alteration in the areas of psychiatry, as well as state-of-the-art "Omics approaches" and neurosystems biology/data mining techniques to compute and analyze genomic and proteomics alteration occurring within neuropsychiatric models.  As a part of the highly successful Methods in Molecular BiologyT series, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls.

 

Thorough and easily applicable, Psychiatric Disorders: Methods and Protocols offers the detailed and clearly illustrated tools necessary for neuroscientists and psychiatrists to handle many unanswered scientific questions with a more creative and insightful approach.
Title:Psychiatric Disorders: Methods and ProtocolsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:615 pagesPublished:January 10, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Part I: Overview of the Animal Research in Psychiatric Illness and Substance Abuse

 

1. New Frontiers in Animal Research of Psychiatric Illness

            Arie Kaffman and John J. Krystal

 

2. Experimental Psychiatric Illness and Drug Abuse Models: From Human to Animal, An Overview

            Scott Edwards and George F. Koob

 

3. Qualitative Vs. Quantitative Methods in Psychiatric Research

            Mahdi Razafsha, Hura Behforuzi, Hassan Azari, Zhiqun Zhang,Kevin K. Wang, Firas H. Kobeissy, and Mark S. Gold

 

Part II: Methods in Animal Models of Psychiatric Illness

 

4. Animal Models of Self-Injurious Behavior: An Overview

            Darragh P. Devine

 

5. Rodent Models of Adaptive Decision Making

            Alicia Izquierdo  and Annabelle M. Belcher

 

6. Animal Models of Depression and Neuroplasticity: Assessing Drug Action in Relation to Behavior and Neurogenesis

            Ying Xu, Philip A. Barish, Jianchun Pan, William O. Ogle, and James M. O'Donnell

 

7. Modeling Depression in Animal Models

            David H. Overstreet

 

8. Behavioral Model for Assessing Cognitive Decline

            Michael Guidi and Thomas C. Foster

 

9. The Pemoline Model of Self-Injurious Behavior

            Darragh P. Devine

 

10. Modeling Risky Decision Making in Rodents

            Nicholas W. Simon and Barry Setlow

 

11. Modeling Open Space Anxiety Test in Rodents: The Elevated Platform with Steep Slopes

            Abdelkader Ennaceur

 

12. An Animal Model to Study the Molecular Basis of Tardive Dyskinesia

            Mahendra Bishnoi and Ravneet K. Boparai

 

Part III: Methods in Animal Models of Substance Abuse

 

13. Models of Chronic Alcohol Exposure and Dependence

            Darin J. Knapp and George R. Breese

 

14. Rat Models of Prenatal and Adolescent Cannabis Exposure

            Jennifer A. DiNieri and Yasmin L. Hurd

 

15. Modeling Nicotine Addiction in Rats

            Stephanie Caille, Kelly Clemens, Luis Stinus, and Martine Cador

 

16. Animal Models of Nicotine Withdrawal: Intracranial Self-Stimulation and Somatic Signs of Withdrawal

            Rayna M. Bauzo and Adrie W. Bruijnzeel

 

17. Methods in Drug Abuse Models: Comparison of Different Models of Methamphetamine Paradigms

            Firas H. Kobeissy, Jeremiah D. Mitzelfelt, Irina Fishman, Drake Morgan, Roger Gaskins, Zhiqun Zhang, Mark S Gold, and Kevin Wang

 

18. Cocaine Self-Administration in Rats: Hold Down Procedures

            Benjamin A. Zimmer and David C.S. Roberts

 

19. Cocaine Self-Administration in Rats: Discrete Trials Procedures

            Carson V. Dobrin and David C.S. Roberts

 

20. Cocaine Self-Administration in Rats: Threshold Procedures

            Erik B. Oleson and David C.S. Roberts

 

21. Assessing Locomotor-Stimulating Effects of Cocaine in Rodents

            Drake Morgan, Jameson P. DuPree, Alex D. Bibbey, and Glen M. Sizemore

 

22. Methods in Tobacco Abuse: Proteomic Changes Following Second-Hand Smoke Exposure

            Joy Guingab-Cagmat, Rayna M. Bauzo, Adrie W. Bruijnzeel, Kevin Wang, Mark S. Gold, and Firas H. Kobeissy

 

Part IV: Methods in Animal Models of Eating Disorders

 

23. Animal Models of Sugar and Fat Bingeing: Relationship to Food Addiction and Increased Body Weight

            Nicole M. Avena, Miriam E. Bocarsly, and Bartley G. Hoebel

 

24. Animal Models of Overeating

            Neil E. Rowland

 

25. The Activity-Based Anorexia Mouse Model

            Stephanie J. Klenotich and Stephanie C. Dulawa

 

Part V: Biomarkers, Neuroendocrine and Inflammatory Profiles Relevant to Neuropsychiatric Disorders

 

26. Dissociating Behavioral, Autonomic, and Neuroendocrine Effects of Androgen Steroids in Animal Models

            Amy S. Kohtz and Cheryl A. Frye

 

27. Interleukin-2 and the Septohippocampal System: Intrinsic Actions and Autoimmune Processes Relevant to Neuropsychiatric Disorders

            John M. Petitto, Zhi Huang, Danielle Meola, Grace K. Ha, and Daniel Dauer

 

28. Experimental Schizophrenia Models in Rodents Established with Inflammatory Agents and Cytokines

            Hiroyuki Nawa and Kiyofumi Yamada

 

29. P11: A Potential Biomarker for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

            Lei Zhang and He Li

 

Part VI: "Omics" Analysis and Systems Biology Applications in Psychiatric Disorders

 

30. Investigation of Age-Specific Behavioral and Proteomic Changes in an Animal Model of Chronic Ethanol Exposure

            Antoniette M. Maldonado-Devincci, Stanley M. Stevens, Jr., and Cheryl L. Kirstein

 

31. Quantitative Peptidomics to Measure Neuropeptide Levels in Animal Models Relevant to Psychiatric Disorders

            Julia S. Gelman, Jonathan Wardman, Vadiraja B. Bhat, Fabio C. Gozzo, and Lloyd D. Fricker

 

32. ADHD Animal Model Characterization: Transcriptomics and Proteomics Analyses

            Yoshinori Masuo, Junko Shibato, and Randeep Rakwal

 

33. Psychiatric Disorder Biomarker Discovery Using Quantitative Proteomics

            Michaela D. Filiou and Christoph W. Turck

 

34. Gene Profiling of Laser-Microdissected Brain Regions and Individual Cells in Drug Abuse and Schizophrenia Research

            Pietro Paolo Sanna, Vez Repunte-Canonigo, and Alessandro Guidotti

 

35. Stable Isotope Labeling with Amino Acids in Cell Culture (SILAC)-Based Proteomic Analysis of Ethanol-Induced Protein Expression Profiles in Microglia

            Bin Liu, David S. Barber, and Stanley M. Stevens, Jr.

 

36. Systems Biology in Psychiatric Research: From Complex Data Sets Over Wiring Diagrams to Computer Simulations

            Felix Tretter and Peter J. Gebicke-Haerter

 

37. Data Mining in Psychiatric Research

            Diego Tovar, Eduardo Cornejo, Petros Xanthopoulos, Mario R. Guarracino, and Panos M. Pardalos

Editorial Reviews

From the reviews:"This is a comprehensive compilation of in vivo and in vitro neuropsychiatric research methods and protocols on animal models and cutting-edge techniques in the wide spectrum of psychiatric illnesses. . It is written for graduates, postdoctoral workers, and established scientists working on behavioral and molecular neuropsychiatric research. . The detailed methods and protocols make this a quality book for any researcher in the field of neuroscience and psychiatry." (Valerie E. Mathis-Allen, Doody's Book Reviews, May, 2012)