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    1. Schomburg, ED; Steffens, H; Wada, N
      Parallel nociceptive reflex pathways with negative and positive feedback functions to foot extensors in the cat

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    2. Bennett, DJ; Li, YR; Siu, M
      Plateau potentials in sacrocaudal motoneurons of chronic spinal rats, recorded in vitro

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    3. Bennett, DJ; Li, YR; Harvey, PJ; Gorassini, M
      Evidence for plateau potentials in tail motoneurons of awake chronic spinal rats with spasticity

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    4. Giroux, N; Reader, TA; Rossignol, S
      Comparison of the effect of intrathecal administration of clonidine and yohimbine on the locomotion of intact and spinal cats

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    5. Jankowska, E; Hammar, I; Chojnicka, B; Heden, CH
      Effects of monoamines on interneurons in four spinal reflex pathways from group I and/or group II muscle afferents

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Neltner, L; Hansel, D; Mato, G; Meunier, C
      Synchrony in heterogeneous networks of spiking neurons

      NEURAL COMPUTATION
    7. Perrier, JF; Hounsgaard, J
      Development and regulation of response properties in spinal cord motoneurons

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    8. Schomburg, ED; Jankowska, E; Fernstrom, KW
      Nociceptive input to spinal interneurones in reflex pathways from group IImuscle afferents in cats

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    9. McIntyre, CC; Grill, WM
      Selective microstimulation of central nervous system neurons

      ANNALS OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
    10. Paroschy, KL; Shefchyk, SJ
      Non-linear membrane properties of sacral sphincter motoneurones in the decerebrate cat

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    11. Riddell, JS; Hadian, M
      Field potentials generated by group II muscle afferents in the lower-lumbar segments of the feline spinal cord

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    12. Riddell, JS; Hadian, M
      Interneurones in pathways from group II muscle afferents in the lower-lumbar segments of the feline spinal cord

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    13. Steffens, H; Rathelot, JA; Padel, Y
      Effects of noxious skin heating on spontaneous cell activity in the magnocellular red nucleus of the cat

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    14. Kernell, D; Bakels, R; Copray, JCVM
      Discharge properties of motoneurones: How are they matched to the properties and use of their muscle units?

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    15. Schomburg, ED; Steffens, H; Kniffki, KD
      Contribution of group III and IV muscle afferents to multisensorial spinalmotor control in cats

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    16. Hultborn, H
      Plateau potentials and their role in regulating motoneuronal firing

      PERIPHERAL AND SPINAL MECHANISMS IN THE NEURAL CONTROL OF MOVEMENT
    17. Delgado-Lezama, R; Hounsgaard, J
      Adapting motoneurons for motor behavior

      PERIPHERAL AND SPINAL MECHANISMS IN THE NEURAL CONTROL OF MOVEMENT
    18. Alvarez, FJ; Dewey, DE; McMillin, P; Fyffe, REW
      Distribution of cholinergic contacts on Renshaw cells in the rat spinal cord: a light microscopic study

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    19. Gorassini, M; Bennett, DJ; Kiehn, O; Eken, T; Hultborn, H
      Activation patterns of hindlimb motor units in the awake rat and their relation to motoneuron intrinsic properties

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    20. Brustein, E; Rossignol, S
      Recovery of locomotion after ventral and ventrolateral spinal lesions in the cat. II. Effects of noradrenergic and serotoninergic drugs

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    21. Fukunishi, Y; Nagase, Y; Yoshida, A; Moritani, M; Honma, S; Hirose, Y; Shigenaga, Y
      Quantitative analysis of the dendritic architectures of cat hypoglossal motoneurons stained intracellularly with horseradish peroxidase

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    22. Wada, N; Shikaki, N
      Neuronal pathways for spinal reflexes activated by group I and group II muscle afferents in the spinal segment (Co1) innervating the tail in the low spinalized cat

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    23. Delord, B
      Attractors and pathological aspects in excitable cells

      ACTA BIOTHEORETICA
    24. Kiehn, O; Eken, T
      Functional role of plateau potentials in vertebrate motor neurons

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    25. GORASSINI MA; BENNETT DJ; YANG JF
      SELF-SUSTAINED FIRING OF HUMAN MOTOR UNITS

      Neuroscience letters
    26. SCHOMBURG ED; STEFFENS H
      COMPARATIVE-ANALYSIS OF L-DOPA ACTIONS ON NOCICEPTIVE AND NONNOCICEPTIVE SPINAL REFLEX PATHWAYS IN THE CAT

      Neuroscience research
    27. GLADDEN MH; JANKOWSKA E; CZARKOWSKABAUCH J
      NEW OBSERVATIONS ON COUPLING BETWEEN GROUP-II MUSCLE AFFERENTS AND FELINE GAMMA-MOTONEURONS

      Journal of physiology
    28. JANKOWSKA E; GLADDEN MH; CZARKOWSKABAUCH J
      MODULATION OF RESPONSES OF FELINE GAMMA-MOTONEURONS BY NORADRENALINE,TIZANIDINE AND CLONIDINE

      Journal of physiology
    29. JANKOWSKA E; SCHOMBURG ED
      A LEU-ENKEPHALIN DEPRESSES TRANSMISSION FROM MUSCLE AND SKIN NON-NOCICEPTORS TO FIRST-ORDER FELINE SPINAL NEURONS

      Journal of physiology
    30. BENNETT DJ; HULTBORN H; FEDIRCHUK B; GORASSINI M
      SYNAPTIC ACTIVATION OF PLATEAUS IN HINDLIMB MOTONEURONS OF DECEREBRATE CATS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    31. LEE RH; HECKMAN CJ
      BISTABILITY IN SPINAL MOTONEURONS IN-VIVO - SYSTEMATIC VARIATIONS IN RHYTHMIC FIRING PATTERNS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    32. LEE RH; HECKMAN CJ
      BISTABILITY IN SPINAL MOTONEURONS IN-VIVO - SYSTEMATIC VARIATIONS IN PERSISTENT INWARD CURRENTS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    33. MALTENFORT MG; HECKMAN CJ; RYMER WZ
      DECORRELATING ACTIONS OF RENSHAW INTERNEURONS ON THE FIRING OF SPINALMOTONEURONS WITHIN A MOTOR NUCLEUS - A SIMULATION STUDY

      Journal of neurophysiology
    34. EKEN T
      SPONTANEOUS ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC ACTIVITY IN ADULT-RAT SOLEUS MUSCLE

      Journal of neurophysiology
    35. HSIAO CF; DELNEGRO CA; TRUEBLOOD PR; CHANDLER SH
      IONIC BASIS FOR SEROTONIN-INDUCED BISTABLE MEMBRANE-PROPERTIES IN GUINEA-PIG TRIGEMINAL MOTONEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    36. BERTRAND S; CAZALETS JR
      POSTINHIBITORY REBOUND DURING LOCOMOTOR-LIKE ACTIVITY IN NEONATAL RATMOTONEURONS IN-VITRO

      Journal of neurophysiology
    37. MCDONAGH JC; GORMAN RB; GILLIAM EE; HORNBY TG; REINKING RM; STUART DG
      PROPERTIES OF SPINAL MOTONEURONS AND INTERNEURONS IN THE ADULT TURTLE- PROVISIONAL CLASSIFICATION BY CLUSTER-ANALYSIS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    38. RIDDELL JS; HADIAN M
      TOPOGRAPHICAL ORGANIZATION OF GROUP-II AFFERENT INPUT IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD

      Journal of comparative neurology
    39. JANKOWSKA E; HAMMAR I; DJOUHRI L; HEDEN C; LACKBERG ZS; YIN XK
      MODULATION OF RESPONSES OF 4 TYPES OF FELINE ASCENDING TRACT NEURONS BY SEROTONIN AND NORADRENALINE

      European journal of neuroscience
    40. MACLEAN JN; SCHMIDT BJ; HOCHMAN S
      NMDA RECEPTOR ACTIVATION TRIGGERS VOLTAGE OSCILLATIONS, PLATEAU POTENTIALS AND BURSTING IN NEONATAL RAT LUMBAR MOTONEURONS IN-VITRO

      European journal of neuroscience
    41. NUNEZABADES PA; CAMERON WE
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MEMBRANE-PROPERTIES AND CELL-SIZE OF DEVELOPING RAT GENIOGLOSSAL MOTONEURONS STUDIED IN-VITRO

      Neuroscience letters
    42. KIEHN O; EKEN T
      PROLONGED FIRING IN MOTOR UNITS - EVIDENCE OF PLATEAU POTENTIALS IN HUMAN MOTONEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    43. BOOTH V; RINZEL J; KIEHN O
      COMPARTMENTAL MODEL OF VERTEBRATE MOTONEURONS FOR CA2-DEPENDENT SPIKING AND PLATEAU POTENTIALS UNDER PHARMACOLOGICAL TREATMENT()

      Journal of neurophysiology
    44. REKLING JC; FELDMAN JL
      CALCIUM-DEPENDENT PLATEAU POTENTIALS IN ROSTRAL AMBIGUUS NEURONS IN THE NEWBORN MOUSE-BRAIN STEM IN-VITRO

      Journal of neurophysiology
    45. CAMPBELL DM; ROSE PK
      CONTRIBUTION OF VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT POTASSIUM CHANNELS TO THE SOMATIC SHUNT IN NECK MOTONEURONS OF THE CAT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    46. GONZALEZ M; COLLINS WF
      MODULATION OF MOTONEURON EXCITABILITY BY BRAIN-DERIVED NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR

      Journal of neurophysiology
    47. DICAPRIO RA
      PLATEAU POTENTIALS IN MOTOR-NEURONS IN THE VENTILATORY SYSTEM OF THE CRAB

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    48. CHAIX Y; MARQUE P; MEUNIER S; PIERROTDESEILLIGNY E; SIMONETTAMOREAU M
      FURTHER EVIDENCE FOR NON-MONOYNAPTIC GROUP-I EXCITATION OF MOTONEURONS IN THE HUMAN LOWER-LIMB

      Experimental Brain Research
    49. WADA T; HASEGAWA Y; ONO H
      CHARACTERIZATION OF ALPHA(1)-ADRENOCEPTOR SUBTYPES IN FACILITATION OFRAT SPINAL MOTONEURON ACTIVITY

      European journal of pharmacology
    50. SCHOMBURG ED; STEFFENS H
      BISTABLE CHARACTERISTICS OF MOTONEURON ACTIVITY DURING DOPA INDUCED FICTIVE LOCOMOTION IN SPINAL CATS

      Neuroscience research
    51. KIEHN O; ERDAL J; EKEN T; BRUHN T
      SELECTIVE DEPLETION OF SPINAL MONOAMINES CHANGES THE RAT SOLEUS EMG FROM A TONIC TO A MORE PHASIC PATTERN

      Journal of physiology
    52. LEE RH; HECKMAN CJ
      INFLUENCE OF VOLTAGE-SENSITIVE DENDRITIC CONDUCTANCES ON BISTABLE FIRING AND EFFECTIVE SYNAPTIC CURRENT IN CAT SPINAL MOTONEURONS IN-VIVO

      Journal of neurophysiology
    53. ERIKSSON J; OLAUSSON B; JANKOWSKA E
      ANTISPASTIC EFFECTS OF L-DOPA

      Experimental Brain Research
    54. GOSSARD JP; FLOETER MK; DEGTYARENKO AM; SIMON ES; BURKE RE
      DISYNAPTIC VESTIBULOSPINAL AND RETICULOSPINAL EXCITATION IN CAT LUMBOSACRAL MOTONEURONS - MODULATION DURING FICTIVE LOCOMOTION

      Experimental Brain Research
    55. MARQUE P; PIERROTDESEILLIGNY E; SIMONETTAMOREAU M
      EVIDENCE FOR EXCITATION OF THE HUMAN LOWER-LIMB MOTONEURONS BY GROUP-II MUSCLE AFFERENTS

      Experimental Brain Research
    56. SKOOG B
      A COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF 2 ANTISPASTIC DRUGS, TIZANIDINE AND BACLOFEN, ON SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION FROM MUSCLE-SPINDLE AFFERENTS TO SPINAL INTERNEURONS IN CATS

      Acta Physiologica Scandinavica
    57. BOOTH V; RINZEL J
      A MINIMAL, COMPARTMENTAL MODEL FOR A DENDRITIC ORIGIN OF BISTABILITY OF MOTONEURON FIRING PATTERNS

      Journal of computational neuroscience
    58. JANKOWSKA E; KRUTKI P; LACKBERG ZS; HAMMAR I
      EFFECTS OF SEROTONIN ON DORSAL HORN DORSAL SPINOCEREBELLAR TRACT NEURONS

      Neuroscience
    59. WINDHORST U; BOORMAN G; KIRMAYER D
      RENSHAW CELLS AND RECURRENT INHIBITION - COMPARISON OF RESPONSES TO CYCLIC INPUTS

      Neuroscience
    60. KERAI B; GREENSMITH L; VRBOVA G; NAVARRETE R
      EFFECT OF TRANSIENT NEONATAL MUSCLE PARALYSIS ON THE GROWTH OF SOLEUSMOTONEURONS IN THE RAT

      Developmental brain research
    61. LIU RH; YAMUY J; XI MC; MORALES FR; CHASE MH
      CHANGES IN THE ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF CAT SPINAL MOTONEURONS FOLLOWING THE INTRAMUSCULAR INJECTION OF ADRIAMYCIN COMPARED WITH CHANGES IN THE PROPERTIES OF MOTONEURONS IN AGED CATS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    62. NUNEZABADES PA; CAMERON WE
      MORPHOLOGY OF DEVELOPING RAT GENIOGLOSSAL MOTONEURONS STUDIED IN-VITRO - RELATIVE CHANGES IN DIAMETER AND SURFACE-AREA OF SOMATA AND DENDRITES

      Journal of comparative neurology
    63. WESTCOTT SL; POWERS RK; ROBINSON FR; BINDER MD
      DISTRIBUTION OF VESTIBULOSPINAL SYNAPTIC INPUT TO CAT TRICEPS SURAE MOTONEURONS

      Experimental Brain Research
    64. HECKMAN CJ
      ALTERATIONS IN SYNAPTIC INPUT TO MOTONEURONS DURING PARTIAL SPINAL-CORD INJURY

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    65. WESTERGA J; GRAMSBERGEN A
      DEVELOPMENT OF THE EMG OF THE SOLEUS MUSCLE IN THE RAT

      Developmental brain research
    66. JANKOWSKA E; RIDDELL JS
      INTERNEURONS IN PATHWAYS FROM GROUP-II MUSCLE AFFERENTS IN SACRAL SEGMENTS OF THE FELINE SPINAL-CORD

      Journal of physiology
    67. CHARPIER S; BEHRENDS JC; CHANG YT; SUR C; KORN H
      SYNCHRONOUS BURSTING IN A SUBSET OF INTERNEURONS INHIBITORY TO THE GOLDFISH MAUTHNER CELL - SYNAPTIC MEDIATION AND PLASTICITY

      Journal of neurophysiology
    68. MCCURDY ML; HAMM TM
      SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL FEATURES OF RECURRENT FACILITATION AMONG MOTONEURONS INNERVATING SYNERGISTIC MUSCLES OF THE CAT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    69. HECKMAN CJ
      COMPUTER-SIMULATIONS OF THE EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT SYNAPTIC INPUT SYSTEMS ON THE STEADY-STATE INPUT-OUTPUT STRUCTURE OF THE MOTONEURON POOL

      Journal of neurophysiology
    70. HOCHMAN S; MCCREA DA
      EFFECTS OF CHRONIC SPINALIZATION ON ANKLE EXTENSOR MOTONEURONS .2. MOTONEURON ELECTRICAL-PROPERTIES

      Journal of neurophysiology
    71. HOCHMAN S; MCCREA DA
      EFFECTS OF CHRONIC SPINALIZATION ON ANKLE EXTENSOR MOTONEURONS .3. COMPOSITE IA EPSPS IN MOTONEURONS SEPARATED INTO MOTOR UNIT TYPES

      Journal of neurophysiology
    72. BROWNSTONE RM; GOSSARD JP; HULTBORN H
      VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT EXCITATION OF MOTONEURONS FROM SPINAL LOCOMOTOR CENTERS IN THE CAT

      Experimental Brain Research
    73. BALDISSERA F; CAVALLARI P; DWORZAK F
      MOTOR-NEURON BISTABILITY - A PATHOGENETIC MECHANISM FOR CRAMPS AND MYOKYMIA

      Brain
    74. DURAND J
      SYNAPTIC EXCITATION TRIGGERS OSCILLATIONS DURING NMDA RECEPTOR ACTIVATION IN RAT ABDUCENS MOTONEURONS

      European journal of neuroscience
    75. HUMMELSHEIM H; MAURITZ KH
      NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS UNDERLYING PHYSIOTHERAPY IN HEMIPARETICSTROKE PATIENTS

      Fortschritte der Neurologie, Psychiatrie
    76. JANKOWSKA E; RIDDELL JS
      A RELAY FOR INPUT FROM GROUP-II MUSCLE AFFERENTS IN SACRAL SEGMENTS OF THE CAT SPINAL-CORD

      Journal of physiology
    77. SPIELMANN JM; LAOURIS Y; NORDSTROM MA; ROBINSON GA; REINKING RM; STUART DG
      ADAPTATION OF CAT MOTONEURONS TO SUSTAINED AND INTERMITTENT EXTRACELLULAR ACTIVATION

      Journal of physiology
    78. LAFLEUR J; ZYTNICKI D; HORCHOLLEBOSSAVIT G; JAMI L
      DECLINING INHIBITION ELICITED IN CAT LUMBAR MOTONEURONS BY REPETITIVESTIMULATION OF GROUP-II MUSCLE AFFERENTS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    79. HECKMAN CJ; BINDER MD
      COMPUTER-SIMULATIONS OF THE EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT SYNAPTIC INPUT SYSTEMS ON MOTOR UNIT RECRUITMENT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    80. RAMIREZ JM; PEARSON KG
      ALTERATION OF BURSTING PROPERTIES IN INTERNEURONS DURING LOCUST FLIGHT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    81. POWERS RK; ROBINSON FR; KONODI MA; BINDER MD
      DISTRIBUTION OF RUBROSPINAL SYNAPTIC INPUT TO CAT TRICEPS SURAE MOTONEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    82. POWERS RK
      A VARIABLE-THRESHOLD MOTONEURON MODEL THAT INCORPORATES TIME-DEPENDENT AND VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT POTASSIUM AND CALCIUM CONDUCTANCES

      Journal of neurophysiology
    83. GARDINER PF
      PHYSIOLOGICAL-PROPERTIES OF MOTONEURONS INNERVATING DIFFERENT MUSCLE UNIT TYPES IN RAT GASTROCNEMIUS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    84. CLELAND CL; RYMER WZ
      FUNCTIONAL-PROPERTIES OF SPINAL INTERNEURONS ACTIVATED BY MUSCULAR FREE NERVE-ENDINGS AND THEIR POTENTIAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE CLASP-KNIFE REFLEX

      Journal of neurophysiology
    85. RAMIREZLEON V; ULFHAKE B
      GABA-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVE INNERVATION AND DENDRO-DENDRITIC CONTACTS INTHE VENTROLATERAL DENDRITIC BUNDLE IN THE CAT S1 SPINAL-CORD SEGMENT - AN ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC STUDY

      Experimental Brain Research
    86. SHUPLIAKOV O; ORNUNG G; BRODIN L; ULFHAKE B; OTTERSEN OP; STORMMATHISEN J; CULLHEIM S
      IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OF AMINO-ACID NEUROTRANSMITTER CANDIDATES IN THE VENTRAL HORN OF THE CAT SPINAL-CORD - A LIGHT-MICROSCOPIC STUDY

      Experimental Brain Research


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