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    1. Iqbal, J; Pompolo, S; Sakurai, T; Clarke, IJ
      Evidence that orexin-containing neurones provide direct input to gonadotropin-releasing hormone neurones in the ovine hypothalamus

      JOURNAL OF NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    2. Clarke, IJ; Pompolo, S; Scott, CJ; Rawson, JA; Caddy, D; Jakubowska, AE; Pereira, AM
      Cells of the arcuate nucleus and ventromedial nucleus of the ovariectomized ewe that respond to oestrogen: A study using Fos immunohistochemistry

      JOURNAL OF NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    3. Tobin, VA; Pompolo, S; Clarke, IJ
      The percentage of pituitary gonadotropes with immunoreactive oestradiol receptors increases in the follicular phase of the ovine oestrous cycle

      JOURNAL OF NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    4. Lincoln, GA; Rhind, SM; Pompolo, S; Clarke, IJ
      Hypothalamic control of photoperiod-induced cycles in food intake, body weight, and metabolic hormones in rams

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Iqbal, J; Pompolo, S; Dumont, LM; Wu, CS; Mountjoy, KG; Henry, BA; Clarke, IJ
      Long-term alterations in body weight do not affect the expression of melanocortin receptor-3 and-4 mRNA in the ovine hypothalamus

      NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Pompolo, S; Harley, VR
      Localisation of the SRY-related HMG box protein, SOX9, in rodent brain

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    7. Pompolo, S; Rawson, JA; Clarke, IJ
      Projections from the arcuate/ventromedial region of the hypothalamus to the preoptic area and bed nucleus of stria terminalis in the brain of the ewe; lack of direct input to gonadotropin-releasing hormone neurons

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    8. Clarke, IJ; Scott, CJ; Rao, A; Pompolo, S; Barker-Gibb, ML
      Seasonal changes in the expression of neuropeptide Y and pro-opiomelanocortin mRNA in the arcuate nucleus of the ovariectomized ewe: Relationship to the seasonal appetite and breeding cycles

      JOURNAL OF NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    9. Iqbal, J; Pompolo, S; Considine, RV; Clarke, IJ
      Localization of leptin receptor-like immunoreactivity in the corticotropes, somatotropes, and gonadotropes in the ovine anterior pituitary

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    10. Iqbal, J; Pompolo, S; Murakami, T; Clarke, IJ
      Localization of long-form leptin receptor in the somatostatin-containing neurons in the sheep hypothalamus

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    11. POMPOLO S; FURNESS JB
      QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF INPUTS TO SOMATOSTATIN-IMMUNOREACTIVE DESCENDING INTERNEURONS IN THE MYENTERIC PLEXUS OF THE GUINEA-PIG SMALL-INTESTINE

      Cell and tissue research
    12. UEMURA S; POMPOLO S; FURNESS JB; HARDY KJ
      NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE IN NEURONS OF THE HUMAN GALLBLADDER AND ITS COLOCALIZATION WITH NEUROPEPTIDES

      Journal of gastroenterology and hepatology
    13. WILLIAMSON S; POMPOLO S; FURNESS JB
      GABA AND NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE IMMUNOREACTIVITIES ARE COLOCALIZED IN A SUBSET OF INHIBITORY MOTOR-NEURONS OF THE GUINEA-PIG SMALL-INTESTINE

      Cell and tissue research
    14. WINTOUR EM; ALCORN D; BUTKUS A; CONGIU M; EARNEST L; POMPOLO S; POTOCNIK SJ
      ONTOGENY OF HORMONAL AND EXCRETORY FUNCTION OF THE MESONEPHROS AND METANEPHROS IN THE OVINE FETUS

      Kidney international
    15. WILLIAMSON S; POMPOLO S; FURNESS JB
      CHEMICAL CODING AND PROJECTIONS OF GABA NEURONS IN THE GUINEA-PIG SMALL AND LARGE-INTESTINE

      Gastroenterology
    16. WINTOUR EM; BUTKUS A; EARNEST L; POMPOLO S
      THE ERYTHROPOIETIN GENE IS EXPRESSED STRONGLY IN THE MAMMALIAN MESONEPHRIC KIDNEY

      Blood
    17. FURNESS JB; JOHNSON PJ; POMPOLO S; BORNSTEIN JC
      EVIDENCE THAT ENTERIC MOTILITY REFLEXES CAN BE INITIATED THROUGH ENTIRELY INTRINSIC MECHANISMS IN THE GUINEA-PIG SMALL-INTESTINE

      Neurogastroenterology and motility
    18. UEMURA S; POMPOLO S; FURNESS JB
      COLOCALIZATION OF NEUROPEPTIDE-Y WITH OTHER NEUROCHEMICAL MARKERS IN THE GUINEA-PIG SMALL-INTESTINE

      Archives of histology and cytology
    19. POMPOLO S; FURNESS JB
      SOURCES OF INPUTS TO LONGITUDINAL MUSCLE MOTOR-NEURONS AND ASCENDING INTERNEURONS IN THE GUINEA-PIG SMALL-INTESTINE

      Cell and tissue research
    20. MANN PT; FURNESS JB; POMPOLO S; MADER M
      CHEMICAL CODING OF NEURONS THAT PROJECT FROM DIFFERENT REGIONS OF INTESTINE TO THE CELIAC GANGLION OF THE GUINEA-PIG

      Journal of the autonomic nervous system
    21. PORTBURY AL; POMPOLO S; FURNESS JB; STEBBING MJ; KUNZE WAA; BORNSTEIN JC; HUGHES S
      CHOLINERGIC, SOMATOSTATIN-IMMUNOREACTIVE INTERNEURONS IN THE GUINEA-PIG INTESTINE - MORPHOLOGY, ULTRASTRUCTURE, CONNECTIONS AND PROJECTIONS

      Journal of Anatomy
    22. FURNESS JB; YOUNG HM; POMPOLO S; BORNSTEIN JC; KUNZE WAA; MCCONALOGUE K
      PLURICHEMICAL TRANSMISSION AND CHEMICAL CODING OF NEURONS IN THE DIGESTIVE-TRACT

      Gastroenterology
    23. POMPOLO S
      AN IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL STUDY OF NEUROPEPTIDES AND NEURON-SPECIFIC PROTEINS PRESENT IN THE SMALL-INTESTINE OF THE BLACK-CAPPED CAPUCHIN (CEBUS-APPELA)

      Neurogastroenterology and motility
    24. FURNESS JB; BORNSTEIN JC; POMPOLO S; YOUNG HM; KUNZE WAA; KELLY H
      THE CIRCUITRY OF THE ENTERIC NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Neurogastroenterology and motility
    25. TRUDRUNG P; FURNESS JB; POMPOLO S; MESSENGER JP
      LOCATIONS AND CHEMISTRIES OF SYMPATHETIC-NERVE CELLS THAT PROJECT TO THE GASTROINTESTINAL-TRACT AND SPLEEN

      Archives of histology and cytology
    26. YOUNG HM; KUNZE WAA; POMPOLO S; FURNESS JB; BORNSTEIN JC
      COMBINED INTRACELLULAR INJECTION OF NEUROBIOTIN AND PREEMBEDDING IMMUNOCYTOCHEMISTRY USING SILVER-INTENSIFIED GOLD PROBES IN MYENTERIC NEURONS

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    27. POMPOLO S; FURNESS JB
      ORIGINS OF SYNAPTIC INPUTS TO CALRETININ IMMUNOREACTIVE NEURONS IN THE GUINEA-PIG SMALL-INTESTINE

      Journal of neurocytology


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